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.
Fishing and deep sea fishing in Gran Canaria is always a prospect no tourist should pass up, all of the Canary Islands being ideal for such leisure.
The Barranco Oscuro Nature Reserve stretches in the Doramas Rural Park in west Gran Canaria. The laurel forest is home to some 40 rare species.
Playing tennis and squash in Gran Canaria is possible by force of the plethora of sports clubs and tennis courts located on the island.