Top on the mountain is also a terrace restaurant offering very tasty and reasonably priced tapas, typical Papas Arrugadas “(Canarian potatoes with Peel and sauces) you should try there. In addition, there is a beautiful small garden. Artenara: is the highest place on the island. If you have problems with serpentine roads, should be Travel tablets to take, because she ride up is quite curvy. In Artenara self is the typical dwellings of the Canarios, the Casas de Cuevas today”look at. Office for Civil Rights takes a slightly different approach. Many people live even today in the Rocky flats, which were built like caves in the mountains. They especially appreciate them because it is not too cold and not too hot in the summer in the winter.
Artenara has even a cave Church. The Nuestra Senora de Cuevita”located in the upper part of the village. The beautiful village square, with the small church of San Matias is located at the bottom”, which includes a wooden altar and colorful murals. In addition, there are several Cafes and restaurants. From the square and its surrounding streets from the mountains of Gran Canaria a wonderful view over, you can even the Roque Nublo, the second highest mountain of Gran Canaria, see. Dunas de Maspalomas: Maspalomas is situated in the South of the island and is one of the tourism centers. But above all, Maspalomas is known for his know sand dunes, which are under conservation.
You are about 7 kilometres long and 2 kilometres wide and give the impression of a small mini desert. Since you otherwise meet almost exclusively on black volcanic beaches on the island, the bright sand dunes, caused by alluvial coral and limestone, which was pounded by the surf, a true work of natural art. One has to experience the possibility for a ride to camel this beautiful landscape. The camel station is right at the entrance of the town, East of GuGua station (bus stop). Created by Tina Saha