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Nature tourism gaining momentum in Gran Canaria 

The Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce of the Government of the Canary Islands, directed by Yaiza Castilla, will invest 213,638.08 euros in the execution of the first phase of the conditioning works of the tourist-landscape corridor between Playa de La Aldea and Andén Verde, in the municipality of La Aldea de San Nicolás de Tolentino, Gran Canaria.

Yaiza Castilla said that this action is part of the framework of collaboration that the Ministry maintains with the different municipalities of the autonomous community to improve and rehabilitate infrastructure in order to enhance the visit to the different tourist sites offered by the islands.
“The landscape routes and itineraries, such as La Aldea, are gaining prominence in the design of the tourism offer, especially in rural areas,” she said. “They also represent a claim for nature tourism, as evidenced by the fact that it is increasingly common for visitors to travel around the islands in search of elements of interest.”
The works, whose execution period will end in November, will condition the free space located on the old GC-200 general road between kilometres 27 and 30, of the town of La Aldea de San Nicolás. The action will affect a total area of 3,100 metres in length with a variable width around 6.5 metres.