Stretching on almost 3,000 hectares, the Guigui Nature Reserve is located in southwest Gran Canaria, and it is valuable both in terms of floristic and faunal assets. Tourists who venture in this part of the island can admire the beauty of the place, but they should also mind the cultural worth of the reserve, since the venue is pegged out by several archeological sites.
The Cueva Pintada Museum and Archeological Park is located in the municipality of Galdar in Gran Canaria, and it is an important archeological site.
Trekking and hiking in Gran Canaria are recommendable for people keen on active vacations. The island is well endowed for meeting tourists' expectations.
The Pilancones Nature Park is located in San Bartolome de Tirajana, and this location enhances its tourist visibility and magnetism.