Gáldar is situated in the north of Gran Canaria and is a small, cozy and authentic village. It was built between bare volcano hills. You can walk between small streets and sniff the culture. Visit the archeological museum Cueva Pintada to witness ancient wall paintings.

The church of Gáldar is located on the central square Plaza de Santiago. Across the church are two local authentic bars where beer, wine and tapas are centeral.

Nice to know:

  • On Sundays, a market is held where a lot of local products can be purchased, such as vegetables and local cheese

  • On Thursdays there is a market from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. where you can find stitching products as well as clothing and sunglasses