Tribal Terenife still shows influence from the aboriginal Gaunches people. Visitors clamber to conquer Mount Teide (Spain’s tallest peak) and to stretch out on the sands of Los Gigantes. Squawk hello to the playful parrots of Loro Park, or brave the petrifying drive to beautiful Masca Valley. For a true taste of Terenife, sample fresh farmhouse cheese and local bananas. A piece of delicate calado canario lace makes a special souvenir.
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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.
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Very beautiful church with great architecture. You can go there for Sunday praying but also as a tourist
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If you get the chance while here take a walking tour of this little town visit the Old Church and stroll over to the market as it has a wide choice of everything and it is a very clean and safe place maybe keep an eye out for pick pockets I did not see any but always be a were
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