Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Garachico may be the least spoiled coastal area of the island of Tenerife. The coastline isn’t sand but rather volcanic debris. An early 18th-century eruption destroyed the town’s viability as a seaport. Here you’ll find natural rock pools to swim in, charming family-run restaurants and shops, and pleasant walks and hikes. Check the official website to see if any local cultural events or fiestas coincide with your visit. To pick a restaurant, try strolling the streets and seeing where your nose leads you. Put Garachico into our Garachico trip itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Lugar con varias piscinas naturales , muy limpio , recomendable ir pronto porque se llena de gente y es pequeñoPlace with several natural pools, very clean, recommended to go soon because it is filled with people and is smallshow original
Pueblo precioso para visitar de medio día. Muy tranquilo con vistas inmejorables. Te puedes bañar en piscinas naturales y hacer distintos deportes acuáticos. Es un pueblo tipicoBeautiful village to visit in half a day. Very quiet with unbeatable views. You can swim in natural pools and do various water sports. It is a typical villageshow original
Pueblo pequeño y acogedor, entre la falda del Teide y el mar. Con unas piscinas naturales en el mar increibles, sencillas pero muy bien realizadas.Small and cosy village between the skirt of the Teide and the sea. With a few natural pools in the incredible sea, simple but very well made.show original
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