Islanders in pre-Hispanic times were particularly fond of the fertile Barranco Jinamar, a ravine where many remains of ... More
Llano de las Brujas
Islanders in pre-Hispanic times were particularly fond of the fertile Barranco Jinamar, a ravine where many remains of settlements have been discovered. Llano de las Brujas (Witches' Plain) is one of them. Located next to the Gran Canaria-1 motorway, there are three structures built from basalt and carved stone, superimposed on top of each other, that gives some idea of the successive settlements in the area. The archeological site has information panels. For further details, contact the Tourism Office.
The Centro de Artesanía de la Comunidad Valenciana houses a permanent exhibition of traditional local crafts, including the famous Valencian
ceramics. You can buy some of the goods on display along with their quality guaranteed certificates. There's also a ...
Widely considered one of the best beaches in the area, this four kilometer stretch of sand is protected from the
Atlantic's fury by an attractive rock and sandstone breakwater. It is the ideal place to watch the sun set ...
The "ugly duckling" of beaches in the city of Las Palmas is conversely an important leisure area for thousands of
people, as it offers the best conditions for bathing, fishing and watersports every day. As well as the imposing ...