Activities Surf Camp Gran Canaria

Surfing holidays Canary Islands: discover the unknown spots of the island where most tourists never get to

The Gran Canaria day trips are for everybody who considers him or herself as a traveler and less as a tourist. With our  daytrips we organize different tours to less known places, full of little secrets. We know the best parts of the island: villages without any tourists, little hidden bars and the prettiest untouched places. The places where you wouldn’t get to with a tourist guide and where locals enjoy their time among themselves.

What will you see on your one day trip?

The north of Gran Canaria is marked by it’s steep and rocky coast, where you won’t see many sandy beaches, but many waves and beautiful hidden places instead. A lot of spots along the north coast are perfect for taking a bath in one of the various natural swimming pools, which come into being during low tide. The natural swimming pools are filled with water from the ocean and it`s an amazing place to go for enjoyment and
The natural reserve Tamadaba with its canarian forests of 1200 meters height is a very spectacular conservation area. The entire zone has a great amount of hiking routes for all levels of skill and a stunning view. In the picnic area it is also possible to barbeacue in the shadows of pine trees.

The old brine baths that are out of service in Bañaderos radiate a unique atmosphere. La Peña del Elefante is a fascinating arched rock formation. Bath is however only possible when the ocean is calm, so it’s perfect for times with less waves. The trip ends with a remarkable sunset at Charco de la Paloma, a swimming pool surrounded by volcanic stones.

A very famous route, which you can find in every guidebook. The Roque Nublo is a noted place in Gran Canaria and is placed in the center of the island 2000 meters high.
By using of abbreviations through a green prosperous bucolic environment we get to the center of the island to Artenara, where you can find 700 cave houses. From the overlook Mirador de Faneque, a 200 meters high and steep ravine, we can gaze at the eastern direction and at the peak of the Teide, a mountain of the neighbour island Tenerife.
A spectacular natural area; brilliant green colour and its rich vegetation, flora and fauna make this impressing location even more beautiful. Moreover there is a cave house at the route to this area which is used as a restaurant since a long time.
If you want to learn more about the canarian culture, this Gran Canaria day trip to the east is the right for you. The historical villages are located near the ocean, so you can relax while taking a refreshing bath at the beach of Bocabarranco or in one of the natural bathing pools.
El Confital is a magical place of the city Las Palmas. Tracks between volcanic rocks, crystal clear water and a always shining sun make the El Confital to the perfect place to enjoy the day outside.

This is one of the most beautiful tours because it unites the very best of the east coast. The lighthouse El Faro is surrounded by volcanic lava. It doesn’t seem very inviting but it’s nevertheless a breath taking place. El Puerto de las Nieves, a small fishing village with small blue and white houses and lots of restaurants with terraces where you can have a drink and just enjoy the lovely view. This spot is regarded as the starting point of the most beautiful routes of the island. The coastal road leads through the Andén Verde and you reach Aldea de San Nicolás by driving along the ocean surrounded by montains and dramatic looking cliff formations .
is the place to be for those who are looking for a calm spot to escape the big city’s noises. You can take a bath and have a picnic at the beach, far away from everything else.