Las Palmas Bus: Galdar / Agaete / La Aldea de San Nicolas (No.101)
Galdar / Agaete / La Aldea de San Nicolas
Monday - Friday 7:30, 11:15, 15:45, 19:30
Saturday & Sunday 7:30, 11:15, 15:45, 19:30
Bank Holidays 7:60, 15:45
La Aldea de San Nicolas / Agaete / Galdar
Monday - Friday 5:45, 7:30, 9:00, 14:05, 17:30
Saturday - Sunday 5:45, 9:00, 14:05, 17:30
Bank Holidays 9:00, 17:30
Galdar - Agaete - La Aldea de San Nicolas
La Aldea de San Nicolas - Agaete - Galdar
La Aldea de San Nicolas or simply 'La Aldea' as we call it here,
is the most isolated municipality of Gran Canaria.
This is probably because of its difficult access. It's said that there are over 300 bend from Agaete to La Aldea! This is also probably why there is so few tourists here.
Las Palmas bus No.101 leaves from platform 4 in Galdar's bus station. See what not to miss in Galdar.
From here it heads to Agaete and after making a stop in Las Nieves the long bendy road starts. But, the views on the way are stunning.
If you were driving we would suggest you make a couple of stops to both relax and enjoy of these amazing views.
After many bends you will get to El Risco which is a small village mid-way between Agaete and La Aldea. And after a few more bends you'll finally get to La Aldea Gran Canaria.
In La Aldea you'll see lots of green houses as this is where most tomatoes - which are then exported to England - are produced. In La Aldea se would suggest you visit its beaches, but also Cactualdea Park and Museo Vivo.