Los Gigantes – Barranco Mancha de los Díaz – Galería de la Junquera – Tamaimo – Guama.
This path is approximately 20 kilometres long and runs along the beginning of the cliffs along the coast from Los Gigantes. The difficulty is not excessive, but it does have some areas of considerable height, so it is not particularly recommended for people with vertigo problems. It also has three tunnels with no lighting, so people with claustrophobia may have some difficulties.
Galleries, tunnels, pebble beach, ravines, cliffs and viewpoints. A very complete walk that will help us to get to know the true essence of this natural environment.
Circular route of Barranco Seco – Túnel del agua – Acantilados Los Gigantes
A circular trail a little shorter than the previous one, slightly longer than 15 kilometres. The starting point is the Archduke’s viewpoint and we will pass by such emblematic points as the Guamar mountain, a geographical feature 877 metres above sea level.
It is a simple and very beautiful trail where we will go through a kilometre-long tunnel that will leave us at the gates of the cliffs to go down slightly to the municipality along the coast. We will finish at the same point where we started our journey.
Los Gigantes – San Juan Beach
If the sea is your favourite thing, this is one of the routes you can follow to keep it in sight all the way. Leaving Los Gigantes, you’ll reach Playa San Juan, skirting the coast and stopping as often as necessary for a dip in the Atlantic.
The route is 11.5 kilometres long and mixes urban and maritime scenery. We will be able to see the Charco del Diablo, Playa de la Jaquita and several natural pools that form on the southern coasts of the island. As you know, you’ll need your swimming costume for this walk.
These are just some of the many trails that can be found in and around Los Gigantes. Sea and mountains complement each other perfectly to offer visitors a unique landscape. You can consult, as we have done to give you these recommendations, the Wikiloc website. Many thanks to all the users and walkers who leave a comment about their adventures on it.