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Really lovely place with a lot of opportunities to sit and relax with all the beauty around you. You can go here also for a picnic (a lot of grills also). Very well-equipped place (toilette, grill, water, litter bins, parking lot, etc.)
Press las niñas is a great spot in the mountains to get away from the busy beaches and have a picnic or a BBQ (during the month that you’re allowed to make a fire) and relax (with some music). Idillyc views on the way to...More
Away from the playas, the bars, the fiestas and perhaps the darkrooms (!) lies this gem.
The drive takes you trough winding mountain roads - not for the faint hearted- with spectacular views. We went after the midday high sun and that was perfect.
Just over an hour drive from Puerto Rico there is this lovely picturesque area in the middle of the mountains called Las Ninas.
It is called a recreational area & is used to the full by the local Canarians that have BBQs & parties on...More
This is a pretty spot well set up for tourists with toilets, BBQ pits and walks down both sides of the lake (but you can't cross the barrage and go all the way round). Popular with locals at weekends. Camping is possible.
The road from Mogan was spectacular but not for the fainthearted as it was narrow and very bendy. We enjoyed visiting the town of Mogan(as opposed to the Port which is also well worth a visit) where we saw some delightful mosaics of Canary costumes....More
Beautiful location to park up and unwind.
Went here on a Friday afternoon to walk off breakfast. The road from the north is easy to drive.
There is ample parking, toilets, BBQ and picnic benches made of stone and a large reservoir that's a short...More
It's a long snaky drive to get here but you'll be treated to scenes of the island most fail to appreciate from their 24-hour beach confinement.
There are several routes you can take. Bear in mind, though, that although the locals know this reservoir as...More