Roughly speaking, Museo de la Zafra covers an agricultural topic, though a special attention is paid to the growing of tomatoes. The museum tries to unveil the traditional ways of Canarian agriculture, and it provides an insight into how sundry plants, such as vegetables and cereals, were cultivated in the particular climatic and geographic circumstances of Gran Canaria. A special emphasis is laid on the history of tomato growing, since the moment this precious vegetable was brought on the island.
The Cueva Pintada Museum and Archeological Park is located in the municipality of Galdar in Gran Canaria, and it is an important archeological site.
The Viera y Clavijo Botanical Garden is the largest botanical garden in the entire Spain. It is located in Las Palmas, the capital city of Gran Canaria.
The Tamabada Nature Park is one of the most impressive nature spots in Gran Canaria, filling an area of more than 7,538 square meters.