Spring Break from 60 €/night – Lopesan Hotels, Gran Canaria
Book your Spring Break at Lopesan Hotels in Gran Canaria from 60 €/night.
– IFA Faro Hotel
– IFA Beach Hotel
– Lopesan Lopesan Villa del Conde Resort & Corallium Thalasso.
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Amazing places in Canary Islands
In the north of Tenerife and close to the city of La Laguna, Tegueste has an historic centre that has been labelled a Place of Cultural Interest. Not all towns can pride themselves on this honour, but the unique nature of its historic and artistic collections more than justifies this title. Situated between ravines and close to the Anaga Rural Park – a natural treasure of Tenerife – this town has evolved into a reference point for wine tourism and its rural landscape is a veritable sea of vineyards.
Visit bodegas and discover Tegueste's history
Getting to know the history of this picturesque town is about going deeper into its wine tourism. Through the local tourism office, you can book a place on guided wine tours, which will bring you to the agricultural corners of the town and, to the bodegas where the town’s excellent wines are produced. Tegueste also has a complete network of well-signposted nature trails which will bring you to the most important sites of interest such as the emblematic foundational site of the town at La Arañita or the interpretation and ethnographic centre at Casa de los Zamoranos.
The island is varied and full of protected areas, which provide the perfect setting for many striking postcard
scenes. The Nublo and Bentayga are two stunning volcanic rocks that loom tall over the misty summit, thanks to a
spectacular natural meteorogical phenomenon called the sea of clouds. Legions of pine trees await visitors at the
lush green hills over Tamadaba, Inagua and Pilancones, while the volcanic craters of Bandama and Los Marteles,
with their sheer drops, cast a huge chasm, reducing man to a mere speck up against these natural elements.
Gran Canaria has a troglodyte past, of which some important vestiges remain. The first dwellers on the island left behind an archaeological and cultural legacy which lives on today in its gastronomy, traditions and sports handed down from generation to generation. Following the conquest of the island and its incorporation into the Castilian Crown at the end of the 15th century, the island and its capital city, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, became the political, economical and administrative centre of the Archipielago.