The Guayadeque ravine is in the Canary island of Gran Canaria. Natural separation of the municipalities of Ingenio and Agüimes, is one of the largest in the archipelago ravines. Noted for its pre-Hispanic archaeological remains and for valuable endemic flora and fauna. Also notable for the large number of cave houses there, including a chapel and several restaurants dug into the rock. The existing plant is native Barranco and numerous endemic Canarian and Macaronesian.
The area is important to archaeological level, since there are hundreds of caves that housed many Aborigines. The largest collection of mummies and Aboriginal tools found here are in the Museo Canario in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. These caves can be named: "Many Caves" Cave word, the "Risco del Canario", The "Risco Vicentico", The "Risco of Black", etc..
The population is small ravine Guayadeque but todavían nuclei are determined. The first core poblacinal called "Cueva Bermeja", whose name comes from the color of the stone. The second main town is called "Mountain Lands" or also the area of "The Marteles" where the hermitage of San Juan Bautista.
In both nuclei are service areas, parking lots, restaurants, souvenirs etc. In the two areas can taste the typical local wine and fried pork meat and potatoes.
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