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The first settlers of the Canary Islands made ceramic pieces using techniques that have been passed down to us through the ages. The most curious feature is that even today, this pottery is made without a wheel, using the same technique as that employed by the indigenous people: urdido, a method consisting of modelling using rolls or “churros”. The pieces, with a multitude of shapes depending on the uses, are made using clay from volcanic soils. Discovering the ceramics, and even taking part in the courses organised by the potters in their workshops, is a wonderful experience for connecting to the essence of the Canary Islands.