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We took a cruise excursion to see Puerto de las Nieves and an Agaete wine tasting tour.
Arguably one of the best days we had.
From Las Palmas, the journey to the area is 30-40 minutes, quite manageable and very pretty, especially on the coastal...More
A lush, green valley perfect for cyclists or walkers. A lot of houses and the village of San Pedro early on, then gets increasingly remote.
Cycle on tarmacced roads to 1,700 ft (yep the last bit is steep). Paths go off the edge and, at...More
The west coast of Gran Canaria boasts astonishing views out over the Atlantic Ocean. To take in these breathtaking vistas, however, prepare to climb. The blue Global bus lines take hikers to the village of Agaete. From there it is one great climb into a...More
Full of history, Agaete, also offers the option to visit "Cueva Pintada". Museum where the pre-spanic indigenous inhabitants of the area seem to have a place in history: Pottery and artifacts used during the time they lived in the island before the Spanish colonization and...More
The Agaete valley is just beautiful and becomes even more so when you arrive at this peaceful finca. There is a short tour describing key features of the coffee and wine production, both made in small quantities annually.
Following the tour there is an opportunity...More
Had an organised trip here from our cruise ship. The journey there was a bit boring but as soon as you got into the valley it changed dramatically, lush plants, so green and so beautiful. The finca has been owned by the same family for...More
We were on a bus trip thru the Valle de Agaete when we stopped in to visit the Finca La Laja coffee plantation and wine celler. This farm has been in the family for over 200 years. They grow grapes, coffee plants, oranges, mangos, avacados,...More
My friends from Gran Canaria drive me to Agaete today and I was very impressed; it is my favourite place in Gran Canaria so far. I really liked the natural pools, the water was quite warm and very clean! We even saw some crabs! The...More