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As others mentioned already, this is one amazing place to visit. Fantastic views of the island from the highest point. You can reach Pico by a car, there is a small parking available free of charge, drive to the top is not for 'sunday drivers'...More
Road goes straight to the peak, the roads can be tough in places to get up sometimes but, definitely worth the trip. Seeing the view was the highlight of our trip. We rented a car for €30 and drove there, very easy and definitely worth...More
We hired a car for the day and visited a number of the natural attractions in the mountainous centre of GC. You can see for miles here. You can drive to the top. No walking required. Theres a small snack van selling drinks and local...More
I just wanted to find the highest place on the island and had a look at google maps and saw this place.
It was a bit of a trek up with windy roads but there were many places to stop and take in the views....More
Unfortunately we didn't get to the top of Pico De Las Nico as Wayne was driving a rented car and the roads did become a little bit scary 😂 we got so far up the mountain and took a few photos! But if you want...More
When it is clear, the views are fantastic - but it isn't always clear. It took two visits before we saw anything from the top!
It can also be very cold at this altitude even when it is very hot on the coast - so...More
Miradors by the score in Gran Canaria and this was another one where the views were stunning and the effort to drive there worthwhile. Beautiful views of mountains and valleys and reasonable parking facilities.
Unfortunately unless you drive or know the bus routes as a local there is no way to get this location using public transport, even going on a guided tour took us 2 hours to reach the summit, whilst you are in resort ask your... More
Unfortunately unless you drive or know the bus routes as a local there is no way to get this location using public transport, even going on a guided tour took us 2 hours to reach the summit, whilst you are in resort ask your reps about the 'summit sunset tour' which is how we got up there. It is a fully guided tour with tapas at the end of the night and cost around 90€ for 2 of us. If you have gone with Thompson/TUI there should be able to sort it out for you