Walk through an aboriginal village
The Cueva Pintada archaeological park is in Galdar in north Gran Canaria and centres around a settlement built by the areas preHispanic inhabitants. It’s a must see for anyone interested in the island’s history as visitors walk on boardwalks through the entire village and can enter the painted cave to see the famous geometric wall paintings. This is a striking opportunity to walk amongst genuine archaeological discoveries.
A museum where you get up close to cave paintings
The Cueva Pintada park is open to the public Tuesday to Sunday and offers guided walks that explain the secrets of the archaeological park and its conservation. The museum has a glass bubble that allows visitors to see the cave paintings without damaging them and also offers workshops for the kids. Informative panels and audiovisual resources help guide you through the experience.
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