Discover the best top things to do in Candelaria, Spain including Chuchango Tenerife, Basilica de Nuestra Senora de Candelaria, Plaza de Patrona de Canarias, The Escape Area, Rambla de los Menceyes, New Beach Caletillas.
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5.0 based on 154 reviews
A GUIDED RAMBLING through old tracks crossing typical canariens villages. among beautiful nature, but with cultural and ethnographic interest too,enjoying of a quality local food tasting and ending up with a fantastic time in a jacuzzi or sauna.
4.5 based on 1,032 reviews
Beautiful basilica, albeit only about 80 years old, but the story and history of the statue and its interaction with the Guanches (the original indigenous people of the Canaries) is fascinating. A fine line of modern statues adorns the sea wall.
4.5 based on 207 reviews
A nice setting for a little history lesson of the people of the island. The statues are Kings of the Tenerife (Guanches) and placed strategically on the sea side beside the Basilica of Candelaria in the large Square of Saint Patron of the Canary Islands. The area is a great place to walk around and take photos. Aside from the Basilica and statues there are plenty of cafes, restaurants, and other shops to visit. Parking is limited around the area as it does get pretty busy. If you're looking to learn a little history of Tenerife, admire the architecture of a Basilica, and grab a bite or a coffee this is a great spot to spend a few hours, for all ages.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
The Escape Area is a real escape game live You will be locked in a room that hides a mystery that must be solved, you will feel like real detectives! You and your team are the protagonists so working together will be key to achieving your goal...ESCAPE!
4.5 based on 127 reviews
These 9 statues near the Basilica represent 9 kings of Tenerife. The wind was making the waves extra wild and so this added to the atmosphere. There is a lovely promenade seafront walk from here to the Catalonia Punta Del Rey hotel which takes less than 1 hour and is mostly flat. I also recommend the little weaving/lacework and pottery museum as it is a fascinating look into the history of Tenerife. There is a good tourist information centre where they speak an excellent level of English and they very helpfully gave me a historic walking map of Candelaria. I spent a very enjoyable afternoon here!
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