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Las Palmas: Sacred Mountains, Artenara, and Tejeda Village

1. Las Palmas: Sacred Mountains, Artenara, and Tejeda Village

After departing from Las Palmas, visit the charming villages and stunning green landscapes of Gran Canaria, quoted as a “Continent in Miniature”. Visit Moya, complete with the Tomás Morales Museum. Continue through the Fontanales region to the crater of the Gáldar pines and the Black Mountain range, and learn about unique Canarian endemism flora. Visit the Museum and a replica of a Risco Caído cave-dwelling, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit Artenara, one of the highest villages in the Canary Islands that is home to many cave houses. After lunch, finish your tour with a visit to Tejeda, one of the most beautiful villages in Spain. Marvel at the Bentaya and Roque Nublo rocks, and learn about its famous almond candy production.

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What people are saying about Gáldar

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 14 reviews

Really good tour: very lively and filled with lots of interesting facts and stories. And the views! Omg, the views are stunning. We've had a lot of stops for pictures - which was really great. I felt like we were a bunch of friends travelling rather than a tour group. The guide, Francisco, was really friendly and very knowledgeable. If you want to see the north and central part of the island then this hassle free experience is the best for it. Highly recommend.

Wonderful tour through the green north to see what is really original on the big island up to 1700 m above sea level. Great insights and views into the land of volcanoes! It is recommended to make sure that you get a local guide. The people here are incredibly hard working, full of insider knowledge and very well trained! A great day!

Magnificent, not to be missed! In addition guide you driver (it's a lady) at the top. Being in charge of a small group (14 people) is a plus

The sacred mountains are impressive and the 2 towns very nice. Enjoyed the testing of almond cakes Bruno our guide set up too.

Nice tour. Reliable provider. Informative and very friendly guide.