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When it is clear, the views are fantastic - but it isn't always clear. It took two visits before we saw anything from the top!
It can also be very cold at this altitude even when it is very hot on the coast - so...More
Miradors by the score in Gran Canaria and this was another one where the views were stunning and the effort to drive there worthwhile. Beautiful views of mountains and valleys and reasonable parking facilities.
We drove up WOW what a drive, drove up the GC 120 not for a novice!, and came down the GC60 a great drive.
We got to the car park early and had parking but was full when we left so be aware.
We went up the hill with Opel Zafira Tourer, 7 seats full of people. We were driving from south side, so it was a lot of fun. Small roads bit dangerous, but views were breath taking and that definitely was one of the best roads...More
Pico de las Nieves (Peak of the Snow, in English) is a the biggest mountain of the Gran Canaria island. In fact, it is located in the center of the island, where you can go by car. From here, you can do hiking, walk around...More
We hired a car on a partly cloudy day and went off exploring.
We tried to stop at Roque Nublo but it was too busy so decided to drive on.
We were so glad we did, the drive itself was beautiful, cherry trees in full...More
Yes the view is amazing, but the journey there is what it's about. Drive to the top, then walk 50 meters to the peak. There was a snack truck parked there. Only about room for 10 cars, so best to go early. Don't go if...More
Unfortunately unless you drive or know the bus routes as a local there is no way to get this location using public transport, even going on a guided tour took us 2 hours to reach the summit, whilst you are in resort ask your... More
Unfortunately unless you drive or know the bus routes as a local there is no way to get this location using public transport, even going on a guided tour took us 2 hours to reach the summit, whilst you are in resort ask your reps about the 'summit sunset tour' which is how we got up there. It is a fully guided tour with tapas at the end of the night and cost around 90€ for 2 of us. If you have gone with Thompson/TUI there should be able to sort it out for you