As the name suggests, Cactualdea Park is a sort of botanical garden focusing on the display of hundreds of species of cacti, more precisely, 1,200 of them. Several palm trees and dragon trees peg out the garden strategically, but visitors should rest assured: there is much more to Cactualdea Park than meets the eye. Thus, the Guanche cave is one definite highlight of the park. Furthermore, the tempting restaurant located in the park, as well as the large cellar might complement the visits of those who want to indulge in gastronomic and oenological samplings. On top of that, the park attains its peak of popularity during the so-called Lucha Canaria, which is hosted by the generous amphitheater of the park.
Located in Puerto Rico, in the municipality of Mogan, Atlantida is a water park capitalizing upon the mythological motifs of the sunken Atlantis.
The Inagua Nature Reserve is a significant protected area in Gran Canaria by force of the fact it contains the best preserved pine forest in Gran Canaria.
Surfing and windsurfing in Gran Canaria are at their best, as compared with the specific opportunities available in the rest of the Canary Islands world.