Jardín Botánico Canario Viera y Clavijo

Gardens in Eastern Gran Canaria

About 9km southwest of Las Palmas, this vast botanical garden – Spain’s largest, encompassing 27 hectares – hosts a broad range of Macronesian flora from across the Canary Islands, including many species on the verge of extinction. The garden clings to the walls of the Guiniguada Ravine and has plenty of information boards in English and Spanish. There's a restaurant at the upper entrance (on the GC-110 road).

Buses 301, 302 and 303 pass by the garden’s upper entrance. The lower entrance is on the GC-310.

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