1. E-Scooter or E-Bike : 4 Hour Sightseeing Tour in Maspalomas
Enjoy an ecological e-Bike or e-Scooter experience outdoors and away from city traffic. Take a 4-hour guided tour with the whole family and thanks to the information provided by a local guide you will learn many curiosities and a bit of local history. Only over 16 years old can participate in this 2 by choosing between two options: either ride an electric bike with pedal assistance or ride an electric scooter equipped with an accelerator. Minors must be accompanied on the tour by at least one paying parent. The tour is absolutely safe, in fact, the route only includes the use of cycle paths and pedestrian areas far from the city traffic. You will never drive off the road or on the sand Your tour begins first in Playa del Ingles: here you will travel along the scenic waterfront called the "Costa Canaria" and see the wonderful dunes of Maspalomas. These amazing dunes have been declared a special nature reserve and protected area. Your guide will explain to you how these dunes were formed and why they are so special for the biosphere. The next stop is the Maspalomas Botanical Garden, where the local guide will teach you to recognize the endemic plants and trees of the canary islands: you will be able to see and touch banana trees, coconut palms, Aloe Vera plants up close. Then you will be shown the most important part of the Maspalomas dunes called "Charca" , a small lagoon closed and surrounded by sand where 40 types of different migratory birds land and which forms an ecosystem characterized by a strong biodiversity because it is populated by many fishes and an endemic lizard . You will arrive at the southernmost point of the island where the famous Maspalomas lighthouse is located. Here you will have about 45 minutes of free time where you can independently visit the old and iconic lighthouse. In fact, inside the Lighthouse there is an interesting ethnographic museum composed of multilingual interactive monitors touch screen and several rooms with inside the reconstruction of clothes, work tools and utensils, traditional musical instruments typical of the Canarian islands. There is also a short stop at the "Punta Mujeres" Archaeological Site: an ancient site made up of ancient circular houses made of stone only dating the pre-Columbian age. Once these primitive houses were inhabited by the Guanches, the indigenous people who populated the island before the Spanish conquest. After you will travel along the " Meloneras Promenade" bike paths along the sea that will lead you to Meloneras Beach. This is a very beautiful promenade because it runs along beautiful volcanic beach, characterized by its typical black sand At the halfway point you will stop for a short 20-minute break so have a drink on the beach before . The return will be faster and without stopping where we will drive inside the safe cycle paths immersed in the beautiful green area of Campo Internacional.