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Finca Los Castanos is a farm that grows coffee, located in the Valley of Agaete, only one place of Europe where coffee is grown traditionally (XIX). On our farm you can meet growing coffee, and all the processes before to drinking from a cup. Come...more
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Camino Romeros s/n, 35489 Agaete, Gran Canaria, Spain
We have enjoyed the tour in Los Castanos
For myself , an addict of coffee , it was really interesting to see the process of coffee.
We tasted raw coffee beans , espresso made by Antonio the owner of the farm.
Tour took like 30...More
We stumbled upon this small, family-run, coffee plantation when searching for Finca La Lafa (which is just 100 metres further up the road).
We first had a taste of the coffee they grow along with a home-made biscuit and freshly squeezed orange juice for the...More
Interesting to see how coffee is harvested, dried in the sun, roasted and so on. Got a small taste....wish it was more. Met the mother of the family who baked the small cakes. Saw avocado and passionfruits as well as sitrus. Got to see aloeflowers....More
What a great hour.
€10 each to wonder around the plantation with the lovely Santiago who had an obvious passion for the crops he was growing.
We learnt a lot about the making of coffee, saw the numerous other fruits that grow locally and capped...More
the Place is truly Amazing: the landscape, the fruit everywhere (grapes, oranges, bananas, passion fruit, and more). The whole setting is idyllic.
so idyllic that you don't mind paying lots for their home-made coffee, wine and different sweet and savoury preserves.
SHAME that preserves ARE...More
Great tour. Super friendly hosts. Yoloed a bunch of from them. Worth going.
Their plantation is mainly about coffee but they also grow oranges grapefruits avocado mango grapes. Learn about the history of coffee in gran canaria.
Go up probably the lushest valley on the island to find tropical fruit as well as oranges and lemons growing in this amazing narrow but fertile farming area. At the top you park and then walk on up under about 100 yards of vine pergola...More