Situated in the North-East corner of the island, Garachico offers outstanding views of the area's magnificent mountainous landscapes and unique rocky coastline. The town boasts an architectural heritage and a historical landscape, conserved through the centuries.


A stroll around Garachico is a feast for the eyes and soul: quaint architecture, authentic culture and a blissfully calm atmosphere.


El Caletón - The last eruption of Trevejo volcano in 1706 buried most of the town of Garachico. The lava, upon reaching the sea, created these natural pools that today are among the main tourist attractions of the low island area.


Hiking, mountain biking, diving, fishing, surfing and golf are just some examples of how to pass the time in this privileged corner of the island, where the temperature is constantly mild (an average of 22ºC).