The west side of Gran Canaria

Giants of Tamadaba and Andén Verde take the west side of Gran Canaria as an insurmountable Wall. The spectacular mountain range landscape reveals a dizzying falls on the deep blue Atlantic, witness of geological events that changed the face of this land. A spectacle of nature that has virginity, provided by its own strength of an unassailable castle. Capricious mountains rising to the sky for the gods that once upon a time shaped it. At the foot of Tamadaba, the main door of the giants Andén Verde, we can find Agaete, a village of inmmaculate whiteness, of incalculable charm, overlooking the sea in a sober harbor protected by its magnificient cliffs where the Dedo de Dios rises and points as an eternal lighthouse the destiny of their fishermen.

In the past, land of guanches and conquerors, Agaete preserves one of the most important guanche necropolis of Gran Canaria. In the midst of a volcanic wash, indigenous people worshiped their dead, as evidenced by the numerous burial mounds that remain in the malpais that simulates the pantheon of black lava.

Across the mountains, the village of La Aldea de San Nicolás de Tolentino, town of workers who have made the dry land its wealth. Delving into the streets supposed to reunite with a rich Canarian architecture of the sixteenth and seventeenth century and a wide cultural offer. The village retains the best aboriginal traditions. His Fiesta del Charco evokes the distant past of a people playing with the elements: earth, sea and sky.


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Solidarity night race, San Juan 2015

The Educational and Social Association and Tagoror Ajei have decided to conduct a joint night race in the night of San Juan, with a main objective, which is raising funds for children with cancer association Small Valiente, an event that takes place next June 23 at 22:15.

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Foundational Festival of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 2015

Foundational Festival of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria celebrate the anniversary of the city, it will begin next 5 June.

This will be the official start of the Programme twenty days of cultural , sports and leisure activities that will culminate on Tuesday, June 23 , with the busiest night of San Juan on the beach at Las Canteras and fireworks from La Puntilla .

Not to be missed!


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La Ruta del Vino – Bike & Run Challenge 2015

La Ruta del Vino – Bike & Run Challenge

The new lifestyle event on the volcanic island Gran Canariastrong> will be celebrated in St.Brigida on16.-17.October 2015 .La Ruta del Vino – bike & run challenge , with 2 different distances for everybody (30/15 km bike,20/10km run)) , including 5 km charity- walking ,guided bodega visits, wine-tasting and a big market of vine , cheese & honey .with life music and folcloric dance.

In this third edition , the new highlight will be the category horse-trecking – Horseriders from all over the island will participate on the 15 km track- dedicated to the horse culture of Pino Santo , part of St.Brigida incl. a demonstration of a horse-dance-competition.The Organizers have prepared special Bike & Gourmet package-for the Bikefinca Villa del Monte and the Hotel Gloria Palace San Agustin- not only for this weekend but also during the rest of the year in St.Brigida & surroundings.

The Charity Event of 5 km walk or ride passing by the park and old part of the village, will be fundraising for a local ONG . This part is adapted to the whole family .

Starting numbers will be provided in the “Villa del Monte “ from 18.-20.00 .Briefing is obligatory for all lon-categories. n . .After a short resume of the rules and actual weather conditions, everybody is invited for a night-run across the village and finish in a bodega for a welcome- drink a glass of best gran canaria wine- and enjoying the jazz-concert in the bodega will be the best start for the “Ruta del vino –weekend “There will be timecontrol for all categories and prices for the top three over all winners,couple category available for the long distance.

The philosophy of the Ruta del Vino -Bike & Run challengestrong> is not concentrated on a normal race- but beautifull day in a wonderfull landscape and in company of friends & family emjoing wine , cheese ,honey and canarian artcrafts-market. Viva la Vida & carpe diem, - Enjoy life and live the momente -welcome to Gran Canaria..




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