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Taganana, Taganana

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With a population of just 151, the rural village of Taganana offers a chance to hike the countryside and to see traditional architecture, including homes, wineries, a church, and the hermitage of Santa Catalina, which contains important works of art. Before the Europeans came, the Guanche people lived on this site. Although many current residents work in tourism or the service industry, the village maintains subsistence agriculture based on potatoes and vegetables. Plan to eat in a local restaurant. If they lack a menu and don’t speak English, they may just take you inside the kitchen and show you what’s cooking. Add Taganana to your Taganana travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Taganana vacation planner.
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  • An exceptional point of view in the North is the island of Tenerife. Green wish, this lush vegetation facing the sea breathless you! Far, very far from the concrete blocks and the beaches of the South West Coast, Taganana is a beautiful site.
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  • We booked a coach trip to Taganana in the north of the islands, through Viator. The booking was easy, but things started to go wrong from there. Viator's instructions were to phone the trip organising...  more »
  • Taganana is a good place to start for those who love hiking, out of the box. By elsewhere this village although any little still has two small inns / bistros, a grocery store... we stayed there for a peaceful and pleasant stay.
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