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Found in the centre of the island in the town of San Bartolome de Tirajana. Very large car park and free entrance. Open Mon - Fri 10-4 and Sat / Sunday 10-2. Tours can be booked or just turned up for a tasting. Small glass to try costs 1 euro...more
C/ Las Lagunas, 35290, San Bartolome de Tirajana, Gran Canaria, Spain
Bodegas las Tirajanas is a winery located in San Bartolomé de Tirajana, a small town located in the center of Gran Canaria Island. The winery is new and it is very big. Also here it is possible to taste some wines. In fact, in the...More
Working in the wine trade, I was excited to take a tour and learn of how these extreme Gran Canarian wines are produced. As advised, I did prebook ahead via email. However, that did not seem to matter as they still had "no record" of...More
We didn’t realise that you had to pre-book for the wine tour which was frustrating after travelling a significant distance - completely our own fault. Anyway, we did some wine tasting which was very reasonably priced with food pairings. Really good day out and a...More
We picked up the leaflet in our hotel as we are always interested in local wines, we booked the tour & tasting via email. We arrived a little early but were welcomed anyway by the hostess. We had a brief tour of the winery &...More
After a visit today with 2 of my best customers I discovered there was only 1 girl that was already involved with 2 Spanish tourists, after a small wait the lady who was with me had to get the attention of the girl who was...More
The vine tour was very interesting and the guide friendly and helpfull. The wines we tasted were very good so we bought some bottles. Fresh bread, olive oil and some olives in mojo sauce were included!
We were trying to visit as many bodegas on the Island and Las Tirajanas is worthy of inclusion despite being a fair way away from the main Gran Canarian wine region around Sta Brigida, because it is the only one also open on Sundays and...More
Regular bodega, clean and geared towards bus loads of tourists. We visited on a Monday, and we were attended to by a very nice young Canarian girl. Tasting menus are available with cheese and olives, which was a resonable 15€ for 5 adults with 3...More