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San Bartolomé de Tirajana

Byvåben San Bartolome de Tirajana

San Bartolomé de Tirajana kommune

San Bartolome de Tirajanas lokale flag

Municipality


Ayuntamiento de San Bartolomé de Tirajana
Plaza de la Constitución
35100 Maspalomas
Tel. 928 72 34 00


Other localities in the Municipality


Aldea Blanca; Juan Grande; Castillo del Romeral; Bahía Feliz; Playa del Águila; San Agustín; Playa del Inglés; San Fernando de Maspalomas; Montaña La Data; Ayagaures; El Tablero; El Salobre; Calderín; Pastito Blanco; El Pajar; Montaña La Arena; Cercados de Espino; Fataga; Tunte; Ayacata; Cercados de Araña; Taidía; Lomito de Taidía; Los Sitios; El Matorral; La Culata; Hoya de Tunte; Hoya Grande; Las Crucitas; Lomo Galeón; Risco Blanco; Agualatente; Casas Blancas; El Sequero; La Plata; Arteara

Municipality Information


Area: 334,70 km²
Population: 46.428
Height of the City: 850 MSL.
Highest point: 1949 MSL.
Coastal length: 17 km.
Distance to Las Palmas: 54,5 km.

Tourist Information


Oficina de Turismo Oficina de Información Turística
Centro Comercial Anexo II. Local 20
Paseo Maritimo, 35100 Playa del Inglés
Tel. 928 76 84 09

Open: Monday - Friday. 09.00 - 21.00
Saturday 09.00 - 13.00


Oficina de Turismo Centro Insular de Turismo
Avda. de España, esq. Avda. EEUU
(Junto Ctro. Comercial Yumbo)
35100 Playa del Inglés
Tel. 928 76 25 91

Open: Monday - Friday 09.00 - 14.00 and 15.00 - 20.00
Saturday  09.00 - 13.00


Mirador del Golf
Avda. Touroperador Tui s/n
35100 Playa del Inglés
Tel. 928 76 95 85

Sightseeing


Map San Bartolomé de Tirajana


Police / Emergency / Court

Policia Lokal
Plaza de Santiago s/n
Tel. 928 12 30 16 / 928 12 72 74
Emergency Telephone 092

Guardia Civil
Tel. 928 12 72 66 / 928 76 28 98
Emergency Telephone 062

Emergency call   Tel. 112

Fire-fighting Service ( Bomberos )
Tel. 928 76 26 71
Fax. 928 77 42 75
Emergency Telephone 080


Cruz Roja ( Red Cross )
San Bartolomé de Tirajana
Tel. 928 12 72 68


Protección Civil
Tel. 928 77 38 00


Taxi

Cooperativa de Taxis
Tel. 902 19 20 19 / 928 15 47 77


Busses

See different routes:  Salcai/Utinsa Global.


Hospital / Doctor

Complejo Hospitalario Materno-Insular
Avda. Maritima del Sur, 35016 Las Palmas
Tel. 928 44 45 00 / 928 44 40 00 - Fax. 928 44 42 88


Hospital Clínica Roca
Buganvilla 1
35100 San Agustín
Tel. 928 76 90 04
Fax. 928 76 12 48

Centro de Salud
Tel. 928 12 73 86 / 928 14 19 48


Pharmacy

Look under Worth Knowing - Pharmacy


Post Office

 

Library

Biblioteca Pública
Municipal de San Bartolomé de Tirajana
Casa de la Cultura
León y Castillo 5,  35290 San Bartolomé de Tirajana

Open: Monday - Friday 17.00 - 20.00

Digital Library


Theatre / Cinema


Auditorio Centro Cultural Pancho Guerra
Plaza de Santiago s/n
San Bartolomé de Tirajana
Tel. 928 12 71 33


Worth seeing

Parroquia de San Bartolomé
Plaza de San Bartolomé
35290 San Bartolomé
Tel. 928 12 71 36

Parroquia de San José
35108 Fataga

Parroquia de Jesús Salvador
Carretera General
35290 Risco Blanco

Casa Condal de Maspalomas

Monumento del Cementerio
Monte Pibre
35290 San Bartolomé de Tirajana

Zona Arqueológica Necrópolis de Arteara

La Cumbre

Cueva de las Magarzas

La Gambuesa

Huesa Bermeja

Excusabarajas

Montaña de Santidad

Llano del Corral y Mesa de Soria

La Caldera de Las Tirajanas

Morros de Santiago y los Canalizos de Chira

Llanos de Pargana

Cueva del Silo, Lalmogarén y el Cementerio

Punta Mujeres

Necrópolis de Maspalomas

Museo Nester

Degollada de las Yeguas
 

Viewpoint with a view over Barranco de Fataga 470 MSL.


Beaches

Playa Boca Las Casillas
Length about 1700 m.
Breadth about 20 m.
Degree of coverage: Low

 

Playa Corral de Espino
Length about 1450 m.
Breadth about 20 m.
Degree of coverage
: Low

 

Playa El Cardon
Length about 1500 m.
Breadth about 27 m.
Degree of coverage
: Low

 

Playa Tarajalillo
Length about 2240 m.
Breadth about 30 m.
Degree of coverage
: Medium

 

Playa El Aguila
Length about 430 m.
Breadth about. 40 m.
Degree of coverage
: High

 

Playa El Besudo
Length about 170 m.
Breadth about 35 m.
Degree of coverage
: High

 

Playa San Agustin
Length ca. 670 m.
Breadth about 70 m.
Degree of coverage
: High


Playa El Cochino
Length about 250 m.
Breadth about 20 m.
Degree of coverage
: High

 

Playa del Ingles
Length about 2700 m.
Breadth about 50 m.
Degree of coverage
: High
Naturist Area

Naturistområde

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Playa Maspalomas
Length about 2710 m.
Breadth about 75 m.
Degree of coverage
: High
Naturist Area

Naturistområde

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Playa El Faro
Length about 560 m.
Breadth about 20 m.
Degree of coverage
: High

 

Playa Las Mujeres
Length about 500 m.
Breadth about 30 m.
Degree of coverage
: High
Naturist Area

Naturistområde

Playa Las Meloneras
Length about 460 m.
Breadth about 75 m.
Degree of coverage
: High
Rocky Area

 

Playa Pasito Blanco
Length about 450 m.
Breadth about 40 m.
Degree of coverage
: High

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Playa Montaña de Arena
Length about 250 m.
Breadth about. 38 m.
Degree of coverage
: High
Naturist Area

Naturistområde

Playa Las Carpinteras
Length about 160 m.
Breadth about 24 m.
Degree of coverage
: Medium
Rocky Area

 

Playa Triana
Length about 490 m.
Breadth about 20 m.
Degree of coverage
: High
Rocky Area

 

Playa Los Bigotes
Length about 75 m.
Breadth about 21 m.
Degree of coverage
: Medium

 

Playa Llanillo
Length about 280 m.
Breadth about 20 m.
Degree of coverage
: Medium

 

Playa El Lomo Galeon
Length about 50 m.
Breadth about 18 m.
Degree of coverage
: Medium
Naturist Area

Naturistområde

Playa El Molinero
Length about 180 m.
Breadth about 18 m.
Degree of coverage
: Medium
Naturist Area

Naturistområde

Playa Santa Agueda
Length about 240 m.
Breadth about 24 m.
Degree of coverage
: Medium

 

Playa Ganaguin
Length about 90 m.
Breadth about 25 m.
Degree of coverage
: High

 

Park / Square

Plaza de Josefita Alemán
Corazón de Jesús s/n
Fataga


Plaza de Santiago
San Bartolomé de Tirajana


Trip suggestions

Presa de Chira
Cercados de Araña
35369 San Bartolomé de Tirajana

Gran Canaria has an extensive network of dams and reservoirs with a view to making the most of all the rainfall here. Presa de Chira, the largest dam on the island, has lost part of its past splendour, but is still a magical place to spend a few days relaxing. You can reach it from San Bartolomé de Tirajana or Ayacata, as it's half-way between the two.
Here the Jeep Safari normally comes by, and in the summer there's a possibility to bath in the lake.


Mundo Aborigen
Parque Natural de Ayagaures
Carretera Playa del Inglés - Fataga, Km 6
Tel. 928 17 22 95
Opening hours:
Monday - Sunday  09.00 - 18.00

Admission:
10 € - Children free
 

Mundo Aborigen is an outdoor Museum on at least 110.000 m². In a protected National Park, a setting of incomparable beauty, and through a carefully planned itinerary we will se before our very eyes the different aspects of their life: the social hierarchy, the world of magic and religion, burial rites, the most deeply rooted social customs, different types of dwellings, ornamentation, manual skills, food, agriculture and live animals.

All of which is presented with more than one hundred life-size figures showing the aborigines in a setting of a large variety of endemic flora which make the visit even more pleasant. In order to pay special attention to the most important aspects, we have created a small archaeological museum which, together with the different shows and demonstrations of the island's sports, complete this fascinating visit.
 
Mundo Aborigen has been declared, "A place of Cultural, Social and Historical Interest" by the Canarian Government.

Unfortunately there are no shows or such, as was the case in the beginning, and the adjoining kiosk is closed, so you'll have to bring your own food and drink.


 

Ayagaures

The south of Gran Canaria is a barren, arid landscape combed with many dramatic ravines and is easily accessible from the main tourist resorts. If you follow the small road from Palmitos Park to the south of the Island you will eventually arrive at the village of Ayagaures in the Barranco de la Data. Here you can see the dams over the adjacent reservoir, 'Embalse de Ayagaures' and, hopefully, enjoy a leisurely break in the shady square next to the church.


 

Pico de las Nieves

Pico de las Nieves is with it's 1949 m the highest mountain on Gran Canaria.


 

Pozo de las Nieves

This name means 'well of snow', and in the old days people used to gather snow, collect it in a well and use it as some kind of refrigerator.

This place is situated close to Pico de las Nieves that is the highest mountain on Gran Canaria.

It's not so often that it snows here, but when it did the people came from many of the nearby areas to put the snow in the well.
There is an amazing view to the south of the island from here. It's incredible to stand in snow and look down at the beach of Maspalomas!


Parque Rural del Nublo

 

Is the biggest protected natural area on the Island. The area is  26.307 ha. about the same size as La Gomera, and it is spread out between 8 Municipalities, Tejeda, La Aldea de San Nicolás, Mogán, San Bartolomé de Tirajana, Artenara, San Mateo, Valleseco and Moya


Los Pechos

 

Fataga

Fataga and Barranco de Fataga also named "Valley of the thousand Palm Trees"  is certainly a place to be explored. It is a picture postcard sort of place and a showpiece of a traditional Canarian village, surrounded by orchards, vines, palm trees and smart newly white washed cottages.

There are a number of well stocked souvenir shops on the main road and they and they also stock locally produced wine. Aim towards the well maintained village church where you can sit in shady square for a while and absorb the beautiful surroundings.


Barranco del Salobre

Barranco de El Hornillo

Harbour / Ferries

See under Maspalomas


History

San Bartolomé de Tirajana is the biggest Municipality on the Island, about 2000 hectares with a costal line on 17 km., a costal line with a wonderful climate. In the older days the City's name was Tunte, a name still used once in a while.


 

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Link to other webpage's about Maspalomas

What happens in the City - and what happened....
Pictures from discothèques a.m.

 


 

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