Barranco de Fataga is a spectacular ravine in which hundreds of palm trees grow. In the ravine is a small hill village. It is a fairytale-like village between palm and citrus trees. The village is a typical reflection of the Canary Islands:small, hardened streets and local architecture. There are also diagonal roofs with bent red roof tiles, beautiful balconies and walls made out of black lava rocks between the white walls making it a part of the culture.
When you drive to the south, you’ll encounter an astonishing viewpoint of the ravine.
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