Islanders in pre-Hispanic times were particularly fond of the fertile Barranco Jinamar, a ravine where many remains of ... More
Llano de las Brujas
Islanders in pre-Hispanic times were particularly fond of the fertile Barranco Jinamar, a ravine where many remains of settlements have been discovered. Llano de las Brujas (Witches' Plain) is one of them. Located next to the Gran Canaria-1 motorway, there are three structures built from basalt and carved stone, superimposed on top of each other, that gives some idea of the successive settlements in the area. The archeological site has information panels. For further details, contact the Tourism Office.
Located at the peak of the so called Bermeja mountain, this archeological site strongly reflects the close relationship between the
Prehispanic Canary Islanders and their religious beliefs. It's formed by a room with four large doors, hence the name ...
The first inhabitants of Telde lived on the northern slope of the cliff, where the Prehispanic settlements of Tara and
Cendra are now located. In reality, it's a group of very primitive buildings formed from cave dwellings dug out ...
This district was established at the same time as the neighbouring San Juan district, around 24 June 1483. As a
small hill known as Santa María la Antigua, it was the place chosen by (or relegated to) craftsmen and ...
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