Ask LIU! Exploring the north of Gran Canaria

Today in Ask LIU! we share the answers to the question; what can we explore in the north of Gran Canaria? Which cities are a must, which highlights do we need to visit?

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Please note that these are answers and recommendations from community members and their personal experiences. Answers can be slightly edited for clarity.


Any recommendations for places to explore in the north of Gran Canaria?

I recommend to visit Gáldar, Arucas, Moya, Agaete, Teror (in random order and I’m sure I forgot some other nice places to explore in the north of the island).
Nelleke | 27-09-22

The hikes starting in Agaete are spectacular. The most popular one is the “San Pedro circle”, with good reason. If you’re a bit more ambitious and can take 2-3000 meters’ climb in a day, Agaete to Artenara and beyond (Cruz de Tejeda, Tejeda) is glorious.
Matthew | 27-09-22

Go early in the morning and have an amazing breakfast at Hondo Cafe in Agaete.
Martin | 14-10-22

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