Finca Condal VEGA GRANDE

The Finca Condal Vega Grande, is a historical complex sited in Juan Grande, in the Municipal District of San Bartolomé de Tirajana, in the south of the Island of Gran Canaria.

This architectural site sits in over 20,000 m2 of grounds, in which the buildings, gardens, squares and courtyards blend together in harmony.

In 1996, it was listed as an Historic-Artistic Site in the Town Planning Master Plan of San Bartolomé de Tirajana.

The first recorded references to the buildings that form part of this estate date back to 1691, when building started on the Church devoted to Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe.

The historical buildings that form part of the Finca Condal Vega Grande have been reformed and re-built on numerous occasions in the course of their history and have now recovered the splendour of the past after the Del Castillo family recently restored them, turning them into an icon of the historic architecture of the south of Gran Canaria.  

The gardens of the Finca Condal Vega Grande house specimens of olive trees and Canary Island palms over 200 years old and have recently added many species of native Canary Island flora to the collection (dragon trees, needle vines, etc.).

The Finca Condal Vega Grande is now an ethnographic complex that we can enjoy with the wines of the family winery (“Vinos Vega Grande”), stroll through well-cared for gardens or organise corporate or private events in a complex full of character, apart from gaining an insight into the history and culture of Gran Canaria.

The Finca Condal Vega Grande is located very close to the main holiday resort of Gran Canaria, making it a landmark for visitors wishing to discover the history and culture of the island.

The Finca Condal Vega Grande consists of the following spaces:

  • The Church of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
  • La Plaza de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
  • The Manor House
  • The Ageing Cellar
  • The Tasting Room
  • The Reception Hall
  • The Olive Garden
  • The Palm Garden

When night falls, a warm light illuminates the crowns of the palm and olive trees, as well as the frontages of the different buildings that make up the Finca Condal Vega Grande, giving the whole complex a spectacular image, ideal for making visitors feel they are in a unique setting.