Only 70 of the Europe's rarest tree, the Gran Canaria dragon tree (Dracaena tamaranae), survive on the cliffs of the Arguineguin Valley just minutes drive from the island's main resorts.
For an island with 80 beaches, there aren't many spots in the resorts where you can eat this close to the beach and the sea.
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