What to do in Gúïmar ?
PYRAMIDES of GÜÍMAR
The Pyramids of Güímar refer to six rectangular structures in the form of pyramids and terraces built of lava stone without mortar. The structures were dated from the 19th century. Special price entrance for Casona guests!
Moringa Oleifera is a very fast growing tree. Its leaves are used with almost infinite properties for therapeutic purposes.
Visit this plantation open to the public to learn more about this magical tree ...
A volcanic landscape of Tenerife that seems to be from another planet ... The Malpais nature reserve seems straight out of a sci-fi movie in a black mixture of solidified lava and red sand. There are many places where one can appreciate the lava flows coming out of the cracks of the volcano.
The valley of Guimar is known for its many quality wines. Visit the cellars of Güímar and enjoy ...
Güímar is close to several natural beaches. Playa del Socorro and playa de la Viuda will enchant you with their black volcanic sand and offer you a panoramic view of the coast of Güímar Valley.
A small walk is needed on this small Sunday morning market. You will find local products and a simple and warm atmosphere, specific to the population.
30m from the Casona, every Sunday morning.
MILLS AND LAVIERS
Los molinos and Lavaderos de Chacaica are of cultural interest and ethnological site located in the district of Chacaica `San Pedro de arriba, in the high part of the historical center of Güímar.
According to historians, it was the cave-palace of Mencey Acaimo (Guanche King of Güímar)
BASILICA OF CANDELARIA
Ten minutes from Güímar, do not miss the opportunity to visit the pedestrian streets and the esplanade where is posed this majestic basilica of the Virgin of Candelaria, guarded by the statues of the Guanche Kings.