HAVE A REDONDO EXPERIENCE
HAVE A REDONDO EXPERIENCE
Redondo de Guayedra and its surroundings offer a wide range of activities and experiences to make each day different. Here are some of our recommendations!
Probably some of the most beautiful sunsets in Europe. The EcoResort faces west, perfectly located between high cliffs and two beautiful beaches, giving you an unforgettable light show each evening. As the sun sets behind the island of Tenerife, the silhouette of Mount Teide can be seen across the sea. There are many intimate vista points where you can delight in a magical moment as the waves break at your feet.
The west coast of Grand Canary Island is full of hidden small beaches and unspoiled coves that are nearly empty all year round. At the foot of our property, you have Sotavento and Guayedra, with direct access from the EcoResort. These beaches are transformed with every tide. Black sand and pebbles are the two faces of these dynamic beaches that will always surprise you.
Redondo de Guayedra is a hidden paradise for those who love the mountains, countryside and hiking. There are all sorts of trails that leave from the EcoResort and we will be happy to help you find the right one. We can guarantee that the panoramic views of the sea and mountains will not leave you indifferent.
Just 10 minutes from the EcoResort, at Las Salinas de Agaete, you’ll find a natural gem. Three excellent natural seawater pools, protected from the open ocean and connected by lava tubes. They have everything you need to enjoy a relaxing family dip, with great views of the cliffs on the north-west coast.
Tamadaba Natural Park
We are located in the foothills of the Tamadaba Natural Park, home to one of the most well-preserved natural pine forests on the island. Tamadaba is home to most of the Risco Caído and the Sacred Mountains of Gran Canaria Cultural Landscape, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are picnic areas and a host of hiking or biking trails just a few kilometres from Redondo de Guayedra.
It is worth getting a first-hand look at some of the archaeological sites open to the public. Here you’ll get a glimpse of the pre-European culture of the island, known for its unique adaptations to the island environment and its peculiar technology. We recommend Maipez de Agaete, Cueva Pintada de Gáldar, Cenobio de Valerón, Risco Caído and Guayadeque, among others.
Just 5 km from Redondo de Guayedra is the fishing port of Las Nieves, in Agaete, where you can catch a boat to Tenerife or enjoy its famous restaurants. You can also stroll along its beautiful promenade and admire the imposing panoramic view of the Guayedra Valley and the north-west coast of Grand Canary Island.