What is there to see?

What is there to see?
2nd September 2020 Chris Healey

Museo y Parque Arqueologico Cueva Pintada
Located in Gálda, this museum and archaeological park is somewhere of high interest and historical content. If you’re interested in the more informative side of tourism then this attraction will be a benefit to you. Once inside you’re presented with a series of films to give you an idea about what’s gone on in the area and can take the option of a self or guided tour and discover the history of the Canary Islands. Of course don’t forget to appreciate the ancient architecture on your entrance, an all-round family day out.

Puerto Rico Diving
No matter what your experience of diving, this place offers an opportunity for all. This five star diving centre, located in the South of the island in Puerto Rico, even offers free pick-ups from main areas of the island meaning missing out is not an option. Whilst here the friendly instructors guide you into the deep blue warm waters along the coastline and teach you a variety of dives depending on your confidence level. With the equipment on and the world at your oyster you can let loose and go where the waters take you, a life changing experience.

Roque Nublo
Situated in Tejeda in the centre of the island, Roque Nublo is particularly spectacular on a clear day, if not all year round. Another picturesque walking area, much like that of Palmitos Park, here you can spend quality time with loved ones whilst taking a slow hike in order to reach the summit. The main pulling power behind this attraction is in the scenery, there’s no place you’d rather be when looking down at the island below. So much to see and well worth the effort.