A walk through the traditional architecture of the south of Tenerife
Located in the south of Tenerife, this rural route goes through the hamlet of Las Vegas and lets us see the unique characteristics of the traditional Canarian architecture. The route also takes in water springs and infiltration galleries with take the water to the higher areas of the island. This natural scene includes areas of Canarian pine, species of island undergrowth like rockrose and “retama del Teide” as well as native plant species like Canary Island Giant Burgloss, Klenia Nerifolia and Canary Island Spurge.
Two hours of enjoyment on an easy rural walk
This almost flat eight kilomentre long route has its starting and finishing point at the Hermitage of Our Lady of Hope (Virgen de la Esperanza). The trek through the hamlet of Las Vegas goes along its tarred streets and then onto cobbled lanes and forest tracks until we reach the vicinity of the natural park of Corona Forestal. Due to its lack of difficulty, this walk can be done in two and a half hours. Wear suitable clothing and footwear and take food and liquids.
2 h 30'
All year round