Las Palmas, islands of a thousand landscapes
The Canary Islands, in their entirety, are a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor activities. In its easternmost part, the one made up of the province of Las Palmas, there are countless spectacular landscapes that every year receive millions of tourists interested in these things; besides, of course, on its beaches and coves.
Gran Canaria is the most visited island. Its beaches are very well known by surfers and scuba divers. But also, inland, there is a set of mountains, volcanoes and ravines that serve as a framework for many other activities in nature in Las Palmas.
The paths and trails that run through the island allow you to enjoy hiking and cycling routes while admiring its curious and varied nature. It is said of Gran Canaria that it is a continent in miniature, and it seems true. It is possible to pass in a moment from the sea to the mountains, to walk among pine forests, to cross ravines and to go through small villages of peaceful customs.
Those who seek activities with more action can also dedicate themselves to climbing. Large walls and spaces suitable for this activity are hidden throughout the island. In addition, its great weather and gentle winds also make it ideal for practicing aerial sports, such as paragliding.