In Gran Canaria

South and North Package – Half Day

Gran Canaria is known as a ‘miniature continent’ and the best way to find out why is through these two convenient excursions. Southern Route – Maspalomas Sand Dunes and Puerto de Mogán You’ll start with a visit to Maspalomas Sand Dunes, Maspalomas Pond (listed as a Special Nature Reserve since 1994), and Maspalomas Lighthouse. You’ll continue on to Puerto de Mogán, a seaside neighbourhood that’s now one of the loveliest resorts in the Canary Islands thanks to its setting and natural beauty. It’s also nicknamed ‘Little Venice’ due to the number of canals criss-crossing the resort. On this excursion, you’ll go on a 30-minute boat ride from Puerto de Mogán to Puerto Rico or vice versa along the island’s southern coastline where you’ll get the chance to take in the stunning cliffs, caves and beaches of volcanic origin from the sea. Northern Route – Arucas and Bandama Heading north, the itinerary starts with a visit to Pico de Bandama, which – with an altitude of 564 m, an area of 325 hectares and approximately 1 km in diameter – is the largest of the volcanoes with recent volcanic activity on Gran Canaria. Then you’ll go to Arucas for a walking tour of its town centre, which was declared to be of historic/artistic interest. You’ll also visit the parish church of San Juan Bautista, sculpted entirely in stone from Arucas. The last visit will be to La ReKompensa Banana Farm and Museum in the municipality of Arucas, which is home to 18 different banana varieties. You’ll get a guided tour of the plantation and a tasting of different products made of banana.


Bus, Official guide, Boat trip, Banana Museum entrance and tasting

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