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, Ermita de San Blas, Oficina de Turismo de Candelaria, Tasiri, Museo Alfarero de Candelaria "Casa las Miquelas".
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5 based on 127 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.
I did this walk on Fri Mar 21st 2014, it was a really good experience, plenty of information about the local countryside, a nice easy walk with wonderful scenery which finished with cheese and wine at the top of a mountain. When the walk finished, we were brought to a local town for a one hour visit to a spa where we swam, took a sauna and jacuzzi. Perfect way to finish the day :)) Would thoroughly recommend it.
Anthony and his wife Julia are very friendly and professional. There were six people in total on the tour, four spoke French and myself and my sister in law spoke English so Anthony guided us on the walk and his wife guided the French speaking visitors.
4.5 based on 789 reviews
This is a stunning church don’t for get your camera lots of fantastic photos large square with stalls around
4.5 based on 156 reviews
Lovely square with statues of city rulers with their backs to the sea and the beautiful, majestic basilica. If the weather is good, the views are fascinating. When we went there, there only were 8 statues (instead of promoted 9). And I was massively dissapointed as it was not allowed to go up in the bell tower to have a nice view of the square. However, we walked up some narrow streets and had maybe a better view than we would have had from the tower ;-)
4.5 based on 54 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!
We found a very nice decorated room. Challenging ridles and tasks. We met very dedicated People. In total we had a lot of fun and would recommend this place very much to you !!!!
4.5 based on 45 reviews
The town is surrounded by prehistoric caves, where burials have been found containing mummies of the Guanches who were the aboriginal inhabitants of the Canary Islands. The statues are in their honour. There are 9 statues which are on display since August 1993.
4 based on 31 reviews
4.5 based on 12 reviews
The cave was used since aboriginal times since about 6th century BC. It was used by the Guanches as a place for the milking the cattle.
The cave is at the back of the Candelaria Basilica, it is hidden by a small building. It is 14 meters long and 6 wide.The building is in Canarian traditional architecture, is square and about ten meters high, with an Arab tile roof. The interior ceiling is made of wood.
In the main altar is a replica in bronze of the original image of the Virgin of Candelaria.
There are lovely views from the front of the cave of the Candelaria Basilica and the coast.
4 based on 20 reviews
The lady in this office was very helpful supplying advice, leaflets and maps. Her English was excellent.
4 based on 36 reviews
Having been seriously disappointed with our hotel and resort we stumbled upon this little gem whilst out a walk. Really nice chilled vibe and great cocktails at reasonable prices. The view was stunning when the sun went down. Well worth a visit. Pleasant staff too
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Nada mas llegar una Sra. nos puso una película para que viéramos como hacían el trabajo antiguamente y después nos llevo al taller alfarero para que viéramos que lo siguen haciendo utilizando los mismos medios que antes había dos Sra. muy profesionales que nos dieron toda clase de detalles e información un 10 para las tres porque son unas buenas profesionales luego nos abrieron la tienda para que viéramos lo que podíamos comprar
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