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Barranco de los Cernicalos, Telde
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Barranco de los Cernicalos is located in Telde. Plan to visit Barranco de los Cernicalos and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Telde attractions using our Telde trip itinerary planner.
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Una ruta muy sencilla, ya sea para pasear o para pasar un día inmerso en la naturaleza. Cerca de zonas urbanas pero escondida totalmente. Ya sea en invierno o en verano (aunque más caluroso) se puede ... read more »A route very easily, either to walk or spend a day immersed in nature. Near urban areas but completely hidden. Whether in winter or in summer (although most hot) you can access and spend a different day!show original
If you want to experience more than the nice beaches then rent a car and have a day trip to this fantastic place. Wear proper shoes and bring water and lunch in your backpack and you're ready to explo... read more »
Barranco de los Cernicalos to wąwóz, który rozpoczyna się tuż przy kalderze Caldera de Los Marteles i biegnie w kierunku północno-wschodnim łącząc się z innym wąwozem, Barranco de la Brena w pobliżu m... read more »Barranco de los Cernicalos is a Gorge that begins right at the caldera the Caldera de Los Marteles and runs in a north-easterly direction connecting with another ravine Barranco de la Brena near the village of Los Arenales, a few kilometres southwest of Telde. The Gorge has a length of 12 km and its uniqueness lies in the fact that the bottom year round flowing water flowing from two sources. With water flow has created here a peculiar ecosystem, with up to three levels of vegetation and it is considered the last green Reduta in the South-East of Gran Canaria. Flowing water creates numerous waterfalls and ponds allowing bytowanie many species of plants. Here you can meet Sage, lavender, rzeżuchę, Echium vulgare, lilies, and even Willow Canary Islands, which is a unique species in the Canary Islands and Madeira. Living here also several species of birds of prey (Kestrels) and numerous reptiles. The easiest way to get here by car, leaving him in a parking lot in the Los Arenales, and further go on foot specially planned dziesięciokilometrową path. We're going from the town of Telde on the Southwest the road GC-131 and then GC-132 coming to Los Arenales.show original
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