The best Canarian coffee… is in Agaete!

There is a place, a valley near Agaete that recently (in the historical context) has acquired a unique connotation: it's the only European area where coffee is produced! The first plantations were introduced in Gran Canaria and in the rest of the islands at the end of the 19th century, nevertheless, around the 30s and … Continue reading The best Canarian coffee… is in Agaete!

Las Coloradas: a new village in the city!

The small village/district of Las Coloradas is a nice neighborhood of the city Las Palmas, located in the North of La Isleta. It receives its name from the homonymous mountain, which is also the highest peak in the city. If you watch it on the Google Maps, there is also small complex of houses just … Continue reading Las Coloradas: a new village in the city!

Caldera de Los Marteles, the quiet volcano

On the island of Gran Canaria it isn't always easy to define the geological era in which certain events have developed and rise the places as we know today... but in the case of the Crater de Los Marteles we know that it's quite recent, less than a million years, and that was originated from … Continue reading Caldera de Los Marteles, the quiet volcano

La Isleta: the beautiful labyrinth!

Welcome to Gran Canaria! If you're just arrived in the city, and you're on this page, it means that maybe you'd like to know something more of what you have around! 😉 Well, the island of Gran Canaria is a perfect place to explore and discover new cultures and lifestyles. But if you don't have … Continue reading La Isleta: the beautiful labyrinth!

Our low-prices list!

Vehicles are sponsored by Moustache Van. → MOTORHOME "AMELIA" (The Witch) 1.9 TDI Diesel Fiat Escudo 2003, with homemade kitchen, WC, antenna. 1-2 people. 50 €/day → CAMPERVAN "PAMPURIO" (The Donkey) 1.9 TDI Diesel Fiat Ducato 1991, with Granduca Home. 1 to 4 people. 70 €/day Personal discounts can be applied only under particular conditions. Contact … Continue reading Our low-prices list!

Spanish Laws for Parking: “Estacionar o Acampar”?

It's very important to understand what you CAN or you CAN'T do with your car according to the Spanish Legislation. For example, I'm talking about where you can park in the cities like Las Palmas: blue lines (you have to pay at the cashier), green lines (online subscribe here, only for residents) and white lines … Continue reading Spanish Laws for Parking: “Estacionar o Acampar”?