Are you looking for ideas on what to do and see in Gran Canaria? The capital island of Las Palmas province in Spain has a lot to offer when it comes to enjoyingnature, either alone or with your travel buddies, and most of it will take you back in time to discover how Canarian aborigines lived. A good example of this is found in the Guayadeque Ravine, between the southeastern municipalities of Ingenio and Agüimes, an area of the island boasting a large concentration of archaeological sites. The ravine itself extends for fifteen kilometers along which you can visit cave houses, dine in restaurants carved into the rock, hike through natural caverns, learn about the customs of the first inhabitants and walk along a hiking trail towards the volcanic crater known as Los Marteles.
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