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Gran Canaria: Winery Tour, Wine Museum, and Tasting

1. Gran Canaria: Winery Tour, Wine Museum, and Tasting

Immerse yourself in Spanish wine culture as you tour a winery that dates back 5 generations on the island of Gran Canaria. Appreciate the depth and complexity of local flavors as you try local cheese and wine. Meet your guide at the winery and begin your journey. Learn the history of the family as you look at old photos. Take a stroll through the organic vineyards where the grapes are ripened to perfection in the sun. Discover endemic grape varieties and hear about the importance of the unique volcanic soil. Discuss the work that it takes to keep the crop in optimal conditions. Look at a piece of history as you view a 100-year-old stone lagares where grapes where once trodden on. Uncover how the wine-making process has evolved at the small wine museum where you can see old machinery. Take in the smells of the old wine cellar. Compare the old with the new at the modern facility. At the end of the guided tour, enjoy two wines in the tasting area which are accompanied by Gran Canaria cheese and toasted bread.

Las Palmas: Old City Private Walking Tour

2. Las Palmas: Old City Private Walking Tour

Visit your choice of great tourist places, combining culture and fun, such as the Columbus House, cathedral and shopping area.  Get a personal service from a real live local, official, and professional guide. They will help guide you to the local secret and best-loved places of Las Palmas and answer all your questions.

Gran Canaria: Guided Scenic Segway Tour

3. Gran Canaria: Guided Scenic Segway Tour

Explore Maspalomas and Meloneras as you travel by Segway accompanied by your guide. See some of the best scenery on Gran Canaria's south side and learn all about the area. Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the Segway's controls. Then, set off along a beautiful stretch of the coast until you reach Meloneras Beach and enter Maspalomas, admiring the squares, parks, and palm groves. Keep your eyes peeled for woodpeckers, ducks, and macaws along the way. Return through the ravine, reaching the Dunas de Maspalomas Protected Natural Park. Admire the park's pond and the oasis of palm trees before finally arriving at the imposing Maspalomas lighthouse.

Puerto de Mogán and Market with Optional Boat Ride

4. Puerto de Mogán and Market with Optional Boat Ride

Discover one of the most attractive destinations in Gran Canaria with a visit to the pretty fishing village of Puerto de Mogán at the mouth of a steep-sided valley on the south-west coast of the island.  Marvel at the multicolored bougainvillea plants and colonial-style architecture as you explore the streets and canals. Stroll around the modern sports marina and pop into the typical shops and cafés. On Fridays, take advantage of the market selling fresh produce and all kinds of useful items as it stretches along the harbor wall and through the town center! Depending on the tour option you select, you can also choose to take a 1-way, scenic boat ride from Puerto Rico to Puerto de Mogán. Stop to take souvenir photos and stretch your legs with a stroll in the popular resort town of Puerto Rico before the return trip to your pick-up point.

Gran Canaria: 6-Hour Teror and San Mateo Markets Tour

5. Gran Canaria: 6-Hour Teror and San Mateo Markets Tour

Visit 2 markets for the price of 1 on this 6-hour tour. Travel to the green heart of the island to the village of San Mateo. Explore its traditional market to see typical Canarian handicrafts, and visit a flea market and flower market as well. The second stop is the pilgrimage village of Teror. Admire its narrow streets and wooden houses with typical Canarian balconies. Visit the church dedicated to the Lady of the Pine. Around the church and the town square is one of the most popular markets in the Canary Islands. Find local specialties such as chorizo de Teror, cheeses, Canarian wines and sweets from the Cistercian Order of Teror and more.

Gran Canaria: Guided Day Tour of the South

6. Gran Canaria: Guided Day Tour of the South

Discover the south of the island of Gran Canaria on this guided day tour. Explore its popular destinations and be one with nature as you stop by the Maspalomas Dunes natural reserve and Mogán port. After being picked up at your hotel, head to the Maspalomas Dunes lookout. Enjoy some time for photos before continuing to the Maspalomas Lighthouse to visit its museum and admire the views from the terrace. Next, embark from Puerto Rico to Mogán on a glass-bottom ferry (tickets not included) and take in the views of the underwater world. Upon arrival at the famous port of Mogán, visit its small canals and take photos of one of the most beautiful tourist corners of the Canary Islands. After lunch, return to your hotel.

Arrecife: North Lanzarote Half-Day Trip

7. Arrecife: North Lanzarote Half-Day Trip

See the most beautiful sites in the northern part of Lanzarote by bus. Visit breathtaking caves and cliffs with your tour guide. Start off by admiring the church and cobblestone streets in the old village of Teguise. Cross through the town of Los Valles and head toward Haría to take in wonderful views of the palm grove known as "The Valley of a Thousand Palms." Arrive at Mirador del Río on the steep Famara Cliff and catch a glimpse of Graciosa Island. Admire the rest of the Chinijo Archipelago from a spectacular perspective. Make a final stop at Jameos del Agua, a cave of undeniable beauty whose landscape was formed by volcanic eruptions.

Las Palmas: Vegueta Old Town Walking Tour

8. Las Palmas: Vegueta Old Town Walking Tour

Explore the old town district of Vegueta in Las Palmas to learn about a historical settlement founded in 1478 by Castilian troops. Set off from Plaza de las Ranas to discover the Old Quarter’s links to Atlantic maritime navigation. Currently under submission for UNESCO World Heritage status, the areas of Vegueta and Triana include many beautiful sights, including the historic Guiniguada Theater, a former movie theater that recently underwent a restoration project. Walk down cobblestone streets, passing close to the Cathedral of Santa Ana, one of the most important monuments of Canarian architecture. Behind the cathedral lies the Plaza del Pilar Neuvo, a former gathering place for local women to collect water from the central well. Admire the balconies of traditional houses of the nobility en route to Plaza de San Antonio Abad. Here, you will get access to the Casa Museo de Colón (optional for €4), dedicated to the history of Christopher Columbus and the discovery of the American continent by Europeans.

Las Palmas: 3.5-Hour Full City Guided Taxi and Walking Tour

9. Las Palmas: 3.5-Hour Full City Guided Taxi and Walking Tour

Take a guided tour of the volcanic isle departing from near Santa Catalina Bus station and close to the Port of Las Palmas to experience the stunning nature, buildings, and panoramic views of the island. Visit three hot spots where you can feel the lively heart of the city. The beach is like a city park that is active the whole day with tens of thousands of locals enjoying a nice walk along the promenade.   While enjoying the panoramic views over the bay, try to spot your ship. Visit a park filled with tropical flowers and plants, and see also the oldest hotel on the island. Then, you’ll visit the harbor where many people prepare to follow the route of Columbus. There will be a long stop in the Old Town where your guide will lead you through the colorful streets visiting key places and introducing friendly locals who work in the area, and go back to the times of pirates and Colombus. You may also have time for some museums or relaxing free time before heading back to the ship.   Alternatively, you can be dropped off a 10-minute walk from ship at the main shopping center of the Canary Islands where you can walk the boulevards enjoying the best deals of many famous brands or relax at one of the many local coffee shops.

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What people are saying about Gran Canaria

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 107 reviews

Maria was a fantastic guide. It's a beautiful place & so interesting to see the inner workings of a vineyard from old to new. We loved the wine & snacks afterwards, it was so serene. We would highly recommend. Thank you for a lovely experience.

Fantastic visit, well worth it. Really interesting site steeped in history and some amazing equipment. The tour guide certainly knew her stuff and the tasting at the end was great. We purchased some wine and cheese. No pressure to purchase.

It's just worth driving. 2 different markets, with music, tasting (on your own), plenty of time to look, shop, taste and... dance. There you can see how the people live there. No mass tourism

Alex was really good and experienced showing us clearly and thoroughly. He made me confident even at my age to try and was just so warm and caring.

Brilliant guide very informative. Loved the place so booking here next year many thanks.