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Teror, many towns and villages have their own market and Teror is no exception. Market day in Teror is a Sunday morning and the Teror market is very busy. You will be able to purchase Chorizo (a soft and spicy pork sausage) and sweets hand made by the local nuns from the Cistercian order. Teror, is just one more, very good reason to visit Gran Canaria.
The typical snacks that you must try in Teror – an aromatic pork paste with bread (photo on the right – Chorizo de Teror), doughnuts of anise (Bollos de anis) and the water of Teror that comes from the local spring.
The Guayadeque Valley is one of the most beautiful and green island cliffs. This valley makes separation between the municipalities of Ingenio and Agüimes, located in the southeast of Gran Canaria. The canyon extends from the centre of Round Island to the sea, where cacti, agaves, poppies, palm, pine and almond canaries and over 80 endemic species grow abundantly in its steep slopes. In the fauna lives the Canarian lizard that is of a considerable size, although it is harmless.
This natural wonder was declared a National Monument and is within the network of protected natural areas ensuring the survival of this beautiful place. In it we find numerous caves inhabited in ancient aboriginal or Guanches, the first inhabitants of the Canary Islands. Some of these caves are now converted into homes or restaurants, but not as traditional, but as "cave house" or "Cave Restaurant" although there are many caves that are inhabited.
In Veguetta the Christopher Columbus Museum provides an interesting diversion, while above the city the Bandama Crater reveals the island's volcanic past. With tranquil beaches of volcanic sand, you can combine a leisurely stroll to view the Portuguese-influenced architecture with a few hour's sunbathing to take it all in.
Calle Mayor de Triana in the heart of the old Triana district, with a medley of shops, ranging from tiny fabric stores to old-fashioned tobacconists and international franchise outlets. Calle Triana is a pedestrianised street now but in places you can still see the old tram lines from the days when this was a busy road through the centre of Las Palmas.The narrow side streets off Triana are filled with small shops selling all kinds of things, many of them are antique dealers and well worth a look.
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