An English-speaking guide takes you around the Museo y Parque Arqueologico Cueva Pintada, or Painted Cave Museum and Archaeological Park. You’ll learn about the history of the island through artefacts and an audio-visual display. See how people lived in caves and see the painted cave discovered in 1873.
Tamadaba National Park covers a large section of the north west of the island and is wonderful walking country. There are organised trails to follow, which ensure you'll take in the breathtaking mountains,...
14.3 Km to Museo y Parque Arqueologico Cueva Pintada
The ‘Rock in the Clouds’ is a huge, ancient volcanic rock that has long served as a place of worship and ritual for the island’s native people. It’s over 1800 metres above sea level and stands 80 metres tall....
20.0 Km to Museo y Parque Arqueologico Cueva Pintada
This three-kilometre stretch of golden sand is the heart and soul of Las Palmas. Its offshore lava reef makes it a protected bay, safe for children and thriving with marine life. The southern end is a hotspot...
21.1 Km to Museo y Parque Arqueologico Cueva Pintada