Centro de Interpretacion Del Roque Bentayga, Tejeda

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  • Another superb view from this stunning canyon style scene. I am slowly being wowed by Gran Canaria and it,s ever changing landscapes. 
  • Centro de Interpretacion Del Roque Bentayga lies beneath the Holy rock of Guanches, Roque Bentayga, from its połudnowo-East side. It is a museum dedicated to the importance of rocks, Roque Bantayga for the Guanches and their lives. The Museum has five rooms equipped with panels, screens and interactive 3D reconstruction, with the help of which you can get any interesting information. The Museum is open from Monday to Friday from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 6 pm. Admission to the Museum is free. Being here I should switch to rock Roque Bentayga, which can be a very long route. After the ok. 15-20 minutes, reaches to the end where you can admire the magnificent views. From Maspalomas can be reached by bus line 18 to the Las Moradas and further go on foot by GC-607 and GC-671. However, the easiest way to get here by car, going first to the North by GC-60 and then turning it on GC-607. After the ok. 1.5 km we arrive to the fork, where skrecamy left on the Roque Bentayga. By GC-671 jeziemy until we get to the next fork, where we turn right and uphill.
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  • Very informative centre: a 10 minute visit will allow you to find out about the history of the island's people and then you can enjoy the amazing views and walk up the rocky path to the peak , and mor...  more »