Mindful Hiking: The Aboriginal Inhabitants

Guayedra Beach, Agaete, Spagna


  • Use solar protection
  • Footwear required
  • Guided visit included


Guayedra Round Territory is an area of the island which remained independent after the conquest thanks to Tenesor Semidán. Discover the history of Gran Canaria with this hiking route. Some archeological sites have witnessed the Aboriginal past.

This is a private experience.

The guide only accepts one booking per day.

The activity depends on weather conditions. The customer and the guide might agree on changing the route or postponing it.

Transport is not included.

Length: 6.5 hours, loop hike. / Difficulty: average-high. / Distance: 11 km. / Positive slope: 630. / Negative slope: 630.

By the time the Crown of Castile conquered the island of Gran Canaria, there was a place in the western area known as Guayedra Round Territory where an Aboriginal community lived. Tenesor Semidán, the king or guanarteme of Gáldar, fostered an agreement with the Catholic Monarchs in 1483 to respect the independence of that part of the island. Walk along this path you will see traces of the life and customs of the Aboriginal inhabitants.  

Leave behind the things you do not need. Breath the aromas of the path. Embrace a tree, listen to the sounds of nature and let yourself fuse with it. This hiking activity offers you an alternative way to enjoy your trip with conscience and connect with your inner self. Experience the amazing feeling of being part of the environment on an island which will play the main role in your story.

It is required: hiking shoes, water, snack, piece of fruit and a mobile phone.

Turist Intermediation Code I-0003963.1

Registration - tourism code TA-1-0007801.36

Claim forms are available to customers

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