The Guayadeque Ravine (in Spanish Barranco de Guayadeque) is probably the most important valley where the paths start to go to the interior of the island. It's located in the Ingenio and Aguimes municipalities of Gran Canaria. It's one of the largest ravines on the archipelago, rich of archaeological remains and a lot of species of flora … Continue reading The “Green Path”: Guayadeque Cave Houses to Crater Los Marteles!
According to the description of Leonardo Torriani in "Descrizione e Storia del Regno delle Isole Canarie" (1588) the island of Gran Canaria in the past it was so fertile and abundant of goods that it was enough to sustain almost sixty thousand souls in such a small space of land, without any help from another place. … Continue reading The Origins of Gran Canaria