Playa de Guayedra, Agaete

Roque Faneque is a majestic natural monument that stands tall at 1027 meters, making it the highest sea cliff in Europe and the seventh in the world. Its imposing presence serves as a guardian to the Agaete coast and is often referred to as the head of the “dragon’s tail.” Hiking trails lead to the summit of Roque Faneque, where visitors can marvel at the breathtaking panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the rugged coastline. The trek to the top can be challenging but is well worth the effort for the opportunity to witness the stunning landscape and natural beauty of the area. Roque Faneque is a must-see attraction for anyone visiting Agaete and offers an unforgettable experience that will leave a lasting impression.






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14 reviews
    a year ago

    Life is an Adventure, and Enjoying what Nature offers is a Gift. Gran Canaria offers it to you and Sharing is a pleasure and a duty.

  • Yeray MC
    Yeray MC
    2 years ago

    It is a cliff like the old ones, very traditional but you can have innovative experiences. Look at it from top to bottom, or from bottom to top, you can choose. Not advisable to perform parkour on it. The visit is highly recommended. You do not need reservations. It is hard, not very comfortable to sleep. Vegan and animal friendly.

  • Redondo de Guayedra - Bioresort & Events

    The Risco Faneque with its 1,027 meters high is the highest coastal cliff in Europe and 7th in the world

  • Roland Souilliart
    Roland Souilliart
    4 years ago

    Impressive views from its top. The fall to the coast is brutal. One of those places that are special.

  • Gory Mejias
    Gory Mejias
    a year ago


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