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Gáldar «Agaldar», Northern Gran Canaria
The name Galdar comes from «Agaldar», which means «royal city». Once it was the center of the civilization of the indigenous inhabitants of the island of Guanches, so there are many archaeological sites here. Having conquered this island, the Spaniards founded their Galdar in 1484. And earlier here was the residence of Tenesor Semidan (later known as Fernando Guanartemé), one of the two rulers of the Guanches on the island. Galdar can rightfully be proud of his heritage: even the names of the local streets testify to the history of the Guanches. This city, located in the north of the island, was its capital until Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
Today’s Galdar is a fairly large and lively city located at the foot of the Pico de Galdar volcano. In its picturesque Plaza de Santiago stands the Church of Santiago de los Caballeros , just opposite the place where the royal residence used to be. There is also a small Spanish fort. The construction of this large-scale church with three naves began in 1778 and was completed only by the middle of the 19th century. Its 16th-century green font and sculptures of Christ and the Virgin Mary by José Lujan Pérez deserve special attention.
On the same square is City Council building , in the courtyard of which you can see a huge dragon tree. It is believed that it was planted no later than 1718 and, therefore, is one of the oldest in the entire archipelago.
However, the biggest attraction of Galdar is Cueva Pintada Archaeological Museum and Park (“Painted Cave”). This cave was discovered only in 1873, it turned out to be a lot of color geometric images created by the Guanches. At 1970-1974 work was carried out in the cave aimed at preserving it, and in 1982 it was completely closed to the public — in order to protect the drawings from destruction, which threatened due to increasing humidity. In July 2006, the cave reopened to the general public.
Beach lovers should also visit Sardina del Norte. This is a real miniature pearl in the crown of the beaches of the north coast. Inviting golden sand and delicious freshly caught sardines await you here, served in numerous restaurants.
On the road leading to Artenara, you will come across Caldera de los Pinos de Galdar , a huge volcanic crater formed during the last volcanic eruptions on the island. From here you can enjoy wonderful views of the entire northern coast.
Just 2 km north of Galdara is another important Guanche heritage site, the cemetery Tumulo de la Guancha dating back to the 11th century. In 1936, as a result of archaeological excavations, the last known burial site of the Guanche aristocracy was discovered here. The tomb, called «royal» and built from huge blocks of volcanic lava, rests the bodies of 42 Guanches, who, presumably, belonged to the royal family that ruled at that time. There are also 30 other archaeological sites in Tumulo de la Guancha.
Archaeological Heritage — Official Tourism Site of Gran Canaria
Senobio de Valerón (Santa Maria de Guia)
This is one of the most impressive archaeological sites in the Canary Islands. The huge collective storage for grain is a clear indication of how important agriculture was for the inhabitants of the Canary Islands and how great was the power of the ruling caste.
Cueva Pintada (Galdar)
One of the most important heritage sites of the Canary Islands, not only because of its size, but also because it preserves the finest examples of Canarian aboriginal art. In the cave of Cueva Pintada, which gave its name to the whole complex, you can see the painting with geometric motifs, presented in red, black and white. There are many different assumptions about what this cave served for: whether there was a place for a funeral ceremony, a sanctuary, housing …
Maipes de Agaete Archaeological Park
Maipes de Agaete is a unique element of the historical heritage of the island, today open to the general public. Due to its high archaeological value, the site was declared of cultural interest in 1974. An information and educational center is offered to the attention of visitors.
There is an ancient cemetery in the park, which has about 700 graves. They are located in large mounds built of volcanic stone with a diameter of 8 meters and a height of 3 meters.
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Necropolis of Arteara (San Bartolome de Tirajana)
Archaeological site of a prehistoric burial site with more than a thousand burial mounds. It occupies an area of two kilometers in length and one in width.
Punta Mujeres (San Bartolome de Tirajana)
One of the many seaside settlements on the coast of the island. It has an extensive structure.
Poblado de Tunte (San Bartolome de Tirajana)
The largest cave complex in the Canary Islands. A large settlement made of stone, including residential buildings, granaries, graves and rock art.
Las Fortales (San Bartolome de Tirajana)
An excellent example of a fortified settlement, which consists of natural and artificial caves carved into the rock.
La Audiencia (Temisas)
Settlement of artificial caves carved into the rock, which were used for various functions: bedroom, kitchen, various types of granaries…
Los Letreros de Balos (Agüimes)
The largest complex of rock art in Gran Canaria, which contains almost all types of drawings found in the Canaries: anthropomorphic, zoomorphic, geometric, letter inscriptions…
Risco del Canario (Agüimes)
The complex, which includes about thirty artificial caves, is located in the Barranco de Guayadeque Gorge, in an inaccessible place that could easily be defended in the event of an attack.
El Dragillo (Telde — Ingenio)
Archaeological site with carved stone paintings, granaries, funerary and residential caves.
Almogaren de Amurga
One of the most complete and impressive archaeological sites, interpreted as a place of religious worship.
Cuatro Puertas (Telde)
Large hand-carved cave in volcanic rock. Its distinguishing feature is four large doors opening a passage to a horizontal platform. It is believed that it is associated with the magical and religious rites of the Canary aborigines.
Poblado de Tufia (Telde)
A complex with several caves and various stone houses arranged in separate groups, as well as burial mounds.
Poblado de Tara (Telde)
Here are the largest artificial caves in Gran Canaria. Numerous objects of past times were found in this space at different times, including tools and accessories that served the Canary aborigines in everyday life.
La Restinga / Llano de las Brujas (Telde)
This village contains buildings that served as housing for local Aboriginal people, burial mounds, as well as other structures that apparently stored grain . In Llano there are buildings built on top of the older ones: this testifies to how long the settlement existed here.
Bandama (Santa Brigida)
One of the most special archaeological sites on the island is the caves of Cuevas de los Canarios. This is a series of residential caves and collective storage for grain, located on the inner slope of the caldera. Their most significant characteristic is the rock carvings.
Cuevas de los Canarios (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)
This archaeological site consists of two large artificial caves used as dwellings and other smaller ones where grain was stored. The caves were carved in two levels, under a natural arcade protecting them.
La Serera (Arucas)
Aboriginal dwellings and caves. They are located in one of the most fertile areas of the island, located close to the sea.
Bocabarranco / El Agujero / La Guancha (Galdar)
The ruins of one of the most representative above-ground settlements of Gran Canaria’s indigenous inhabitants are preserved in this area. In addition to many houses, there are also burial mounds — the largest of all preserved on the island.
Poblado de Acusa (Artenara)
This is a complex of settlements located in one of those parts of the island where the land is best suited for growing various crops. Most settlements contain painted dwellings, burial caves, and large grain storage facilities.
Cuevas de Caballero (Artenara)
A complex of caves where the indigenous inhabitants of the island lived. In three of them you can see examples of rock art — triangles and other shapes. It is believed that there was an important place for performing magical and religious rites.
Cueva de los Candiles (Artenara)
An artificial cave that holds a place of honor in the archeology of the Canary Islands. Six small niches were carved into the rock inside the cave. They are covered with dozens of inverted triangles carved in stone or in bas-relief. It is believed that these images are associated with the idea of fertility and procreation.
Bentayga / Cuevas del Rey (Tejeda)
There are three clusters of peculiar archaeological sites lined up here. Among them are interesting examples of residential caves, burial spaces, granaries, places for religious rites, as well as a large almogaren sanctuary.
Poblado de Caserones (La Aldea de San Nicolás)
These are the ruins of one of the largest settlements on the island of Gran Canaria, with a huge cluster of houses and burial mounds.
Castillete de Tabaibales (Mogán)
In addition to residential areas, defensive towers and ramparts stand out. Unlike other archaeological sites, all structures here are ordered.
Mahada Alta (Mogan)
A small cave in which you can see anthropomorphic pictograms painted in red ocher. They are unique in the technique of painting, as well as in the figures presented here.