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Roque Nublo

GC150, 35368, Gran Canaria, Spain
+34 602 41 02 33
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GC150, 35368, Gran Canaria, Spain
+34 602 41 02 33
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful views to all around island and also You can view a Tenerife Island. Huge rocks and good trekking patch.

Thank DominikDJ
Reviewed 1 week ago

The hike/trail to the Roque takes about half an hour, the first 15-20 minutes are rather steep so you have to have a little training otherwise it will take a bit longer. The views are great and you can see Tenerife, El Teide in the...More

1  Thank OlandaEspana
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The views up there are amazing! Really worth visiting. The road itself to the Roque Nublo might be challenging at some points but also offers incredible views!

1  Thank Ruta G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Escape the resorts and head out for a walk. Head our of playa/maspalomas towards fataga (halfway point) and keep heading north following the brown signs. You can park in layby or on side of road. The path is a big but crumbly and steep at...More

1  Thank RichCymrufach
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Go rent a car and visit this place. It gives you a really nice hiking trail to the top of Roque Nublo which provides some unique views of the island. Just make sure you have your hiking boots with you. The hike will take you...More

Thank StevenNL02
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited this Roque as part of a day trip ( island delights with tuition). It's name is derived from the fact that a majority of the time it is shrouded in cloud so the meaning is ~ rock in the clouds. The day we...More

Thank Karen L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We decided to go and visit Roque Nublo witch was a bit far of Playa del Ingles but it was worth it! After getting there we have to walk for a bit to see it closer but it is a nice walk and not difficult,...More

Thank Veronica S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We saw this place while on a day-tour with a local touring bus. It was a fantanstic and impressive view. Definitely a sight you should see when on Gran Canaria. Hope it will leave the same great impression as we had.

Thank Richard v
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This place is actually amazing! If you are going to go there though get a hire car and drive yourself. There's so much to see on the way up. Loads of little old Spanish towns and view points to stop and take pics. But do...More

Thank Antpk
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

Went on a road trip into the centre of Gran Canaria. Stunning scenery. The roads are a little scary as sheer drops on one side and a rock face on the other with the occasional rock fall in the road. Watch out for the buses...More

Thank Lesley-Jeanine
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Is it possible to get there by public transport?
6 August 2016|
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Response from Paul S | Reviewed this property |
No, can get a cab to the car park but then it's a hike up to the top.
Can anyone give me advice on getting information regards serious walks on Gran Canaria, 5 to 8 miles. We are regular walkers with our local group (Scunthorpe Wednesday Walkers) but mature in years, 60's & 70's. Are there any "National Routes" on Gran Canaria, like there are in Lanzarote? Thank you for any help, Alan
3 April 2015|
Response from Sun-seekers5870 |
A friend who has been walking on Gran Canaria for many years recommends Rambling Roger's website as a good source of information on walks. We have just returned and completed a couple of walks from Tasarte to Mogan and... More