The Inagua Integral Nature Park fills a surface of 3,920.3 hectares, and it stretches between Tejeda, Mogan and San Nicolas. The reserve stands out by its stunning landscape yielded by mountains, ravines, pastures and pine forests. In fact, the reserve is said to represent the best preserved pine forest in Gran Canaria. Several endangered endemic species of plants and birds spawn throughout the reserve.
The Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art offers visitors an encounter with how sacred art materialized in Gran Canaria. It is located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
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.
All that is implied in the traditional wine making in Gran Canaria can now be understood by visiting the Museum of Wine, an edifice located in Santa Brigida