Discover the wildest side of the island through bay forests with ancient rock engravings, “fayas” and heather, to reach the viewpoint of Doña Pola, named for being Doña Pola, the closest neighbor who has always taken care of the place. From here we will observe the picturesque village of el Tablado on top of the two deepest ravines of the island which, when crossing, we will feel like doing a high mountain route next to the sea. In the North the economic development of the island began to have areas of culture and more water than the other parts of the island, nowadays with the water transfers to the drier areas this situation has changed and there are only a few neighbors left, that still inhabit these small towns.

Available departures

Unfortunately, no places are available on this tour at the moment