Small house plot of 10,000 square meters designed in typical Canarian architecture, with beautiful sea views, the Orotava Valley and Mount Teide.
Fully equipped, linen, towels, cutlery, crockery and cooking equipment. Full kitchen, with electric hobs, ovens, grills, microwaves, kettles and toasters, refrigerator and washing machine.
With a quiet terrace, offering beautiful panoramic views of the ocean and the Orotava Valley and Mount Teide.
Restaurants and shops within a 10 minute drive and the Orotava and Santa Ursula. Its location is in the middle of these two municipalities.
La Orotava, whose center is listed as a historic-artistic monuments, contains many heritage sites is a must visit in Tenerife. Through a journey through the streets of their two historic districts, the Villa de Abajo and Villa de Arriba, visitors can discover a city full of tradition and culture. At dusk, the lighting enhances the majesty of some of its buildings.
Sights and attractions
• Parish of Nuestra Señora de la Concepción (National Monument). The building was built in the second half of the eighteenth century.
• Parish of San Juan Bautista . In the district of Farrobo in Villa de Arriba. Was secreted as a parish in 1681.
• Hospital of the Holy Trinity and the Church of San Francisco.
• Parish of Santo Domingo and Ex- convent of San Benito . Today the monastery is home to the Museum of Arts Hispano de Tenerife ( MAIT ) .
• San Isidro Labrador Parish ( Calvary ) , designed by Mariano Estanca in 1917 (replacing an earlier seventeenth century)
• San Agustin Church and Ex- Convent of Our Lady of Grace (House of Culture).
• Church of the Candelaria del Lomo
• Ermita de Santa Catalina, the sixteenth century
• Shrine of Our Lady of Carmen , the sixteenth century
• Ermita de San Felipe
• Chapel of the Pieta
• Shrine of the Immaculate Conception of the Miraculous Medal
• Shrine of Mary Help of Christians (Salesian Fathers) buildings
• "La Casa de los Balcones " or Fonseca
• Stately homes such as Lercaro, Zárate- Machado, Mesa, Monteverde, Frenchy Ponte and spread through the old town.
• "Ruta de los Molinos ". La Orotava had a network of water mills ditches formed by raised wooden arches and stone and mortar. The falling water made them run, using the slope of the hill where the Valley is locked. In these cereals were ground to gofio. At its peak, the route came to have a total of thirteen mills, of which stand ten although only three are currently in operation, employing relatively modern technologies.
• House Torre hermosa.
• Ayuntamiento (City Hall).
• Lyceum Taoro (ex Falansterio Taoro).
• Colegio San Isidro. Founded by Don Nincandro Gonzalez Borges, run by the Salesian Fathers
Other places to visit
• Constitution Square (which was known in the past as " Alameda " and is known among the slum dwellers as " Kiosk " for the one in the center or " Anita " by the popular sale of snuff and sweets on its side ) .
• The acclimation Hijuela Botanic Garden.
• The Gardens of the Marquis of Quinta Roja or " Victoria Gardens". They were designed to house the tombs of D. Diego Ponte , Marquis of Quinta Roja, Mason recognized the Grand Lodge Taoro. The Pantheon was built by his mother, Mrs. Sebastiana de Castillo, in response to the refusal of burial in the local cemetery, given its status as a Mason (although finally gave permission, so the monument remains empty). They are staggered, built taking advantage of the outstanding gardens. They are crossed by roads that go up through the different terraces. The drawing tracing these paths is the representation of the energy channels, including so-called energy centers or chakras, typical of Eastern culture and assumed by la masonería. The mausoleum was designed and built in France by the Neoclassical artist Adolphe Coquet.
• Casa Doña Chana.
• Square Franchy Alfaro (popularly known as "Llano").
• Square Casañas.
• Plaza de San Francisco.
• Bollullo beach.
• Playa de los Patos.
• Playa del Ancon.
• Teide National Park: It is the largest and oldest national park in the Canary Islands, is the most visited place of the town and the island, as it reflects the Teide has, which at 3,718 meters is the highest peak in Spain.
As featured in USA TODAY and recommended by Travel + Leisure in its annual Villa Guide:
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