The epic, cliff-edge GC-200 road that runs between La Aldea and Agaete on Gran Canaria's west coast is now closed permanently after a 300-tonne rockfall.
If you're worried about driving in Gran Canaria because you've heard stories of crazy local drivers, we've got good news. Driving in Gran Canaria is perfectly safe provided that you know the local motoring idiosyncracies.
A new cheese, wine and craft shop at Las Lagunetas puts the sleepy highland village right on the Gran Canaria tour map.
When we found a waterfall just a few minutes from popular Tejeda village, we had to put on our flip flops and go check it out. Here's what we found...
Even in Gran Canaria, you can't get a suntan in prison so here's how to stay on the right side of the law during your visit.
Wind: 40.23 km/h
Tipping in Gran Canaria and all over the Canary Islands is straightforward and the rules are the same for locals and tourists.
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