Anden Verde, La Aldea de San Nicolas de Tolentino

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  • Once on the GC-200 along the West Coast is an experience in itself. Cliff miles only. Behind every turn a surprise. We were completely amazed. Exciting, we found the viewpoint of Andean Verde. Unfortunately no parking or backup, this village has a special charm. There is a fossilized beach views. Didn't know we so well yet...
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  • The best view in the West of the island of Gran Canaria. The problem is that from Mogán curves are tremendous for those who suffer them. If do not create you problems, you will enjoy up to the road, with cliffs, cut and green in winter and tremendous photos valleys. Halfway (about 2 hours) there was a restaurant with many unemployed cars, you should not eat badly. There is much more to eat since you leave Mogan until you get to the village. To get there, don't expect more than what it really is, a vantage point 200 metres above the sea, from which you go to shooting the Teide Tenerife from Gran canaria and get you some beautiful pictures. The road that continues until Agaete was cut this Christmas 2016 by landslides, I don't know if they will have already opened it. And they were doing a new road, that probably will not even be open. Anyway, it's your choice, but it is worthy to hike. If you has been helpful to our opinion give us a useful vote, please. Thank you!
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  • The road from Agaete leads to Mogan is spectacular. In some places it is narrow but nothing scary. Splendid views and, to make the most of, I recommend to go counterclockwise so the sea remains on the right and "closer". There are many countries or places to eat or drink or get gas ... so leave with everything you need. Although not many km, since opportunities for stopping to take pictures are numerous, it is convenient to think of devoting at least 4 hours route.
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