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Life at EcoTara

 

Organic Garden

Organic Garden

In our own organic garden we grow vegetables all year around without any use of chemicals. From Onions, Tomatoes, Salads, Potatoes, Cabbage, to Zucchini, Pumpkin and Kale we try to live as much from the garden as possible. All over our property we additionally have Orange, Mandarin, Lemon, Banana and Olive trees. During the stay our guests are welcome to pick and process our crops for their own delicious snacks and meals. For guests who are interested about how we handle our garden we always appreciate a hand and are happy to share our knowledge.
Pool

Pool

Our Pool area is wide and spaciously situated one the lower terrace, surrounded by fruit trees and the picturesque landscape of the Valley. Sunbeds, outdoor shower and relaxing areas provide the perfect setting for a relaxing day. On request we prepare our Jacuzzi, we recommend to enjoy the warm bubble bath under the amazing night sky at EcoTara.
Little Corners

Little Corners

All over EcoTara our guests will find small areas and corners to enjoy the silence and view of the nature. Hammocks and benches under trees, at the waterfall, in the bushes, or at a viewpoint invite to connect to nature, read and enjoy, or watching the stars at night.

 

 

Activities 

 

Yoga

Yoga

To connect with nature and oneself we start the day offering morning yoga classes with a stunning view over the Fataga Valley. The Yoga classes are for free and our yoga teacher adapts each class to the level of the group. On request our teacher is happy to provide private yoga classes or additional meditation classes. Read more about Yoga and its benefits in our Blog.
Massage

Massage

Aligning with ourselves and nature at EcoTara is additionally supported by massage therapies on request. We have different masseur specialists visiting around the year. Massages can either be held inside our buildings or outside in the green nature.
Hiking & Climbing

Hiking & Climbing

Directly from EcoTara start several hikes to explore the different landscapes of Gran Canaria: a short 10 minute walk through the Barranco (Spanish for ravine) to the town of Fataga, a uphill hike to the village of Tunte, a longer hike to the town of Santa Lucia de Tirajana which is situated in the parallel valley, and many more. Just a 15 minutes’ walk down the valley from EcoTara is a rock perfectly suited to do some outdoor climbing, allowing you a stunning view over the valley.