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Rte Alameda
198 m
66 prs
  922 880989 
28 05' 33" -17 06' 40"
Bar Bertermann
198 m
30 prs
28 05' 26" -17 06' 42"
Rte Los Chochos 
201 m
60 prs
  922 146166 
28 05' 29" -17 06' 44"
Bar Lila
197 m
15 prs
28 05' 28" -17 06' 37"
Rte Roque Blanco
765 m
56 prs
  922 800482 
28 05' 04" -17 07' 10"
Rte Vieja Escuela
211 m
19 prs
  922 146004 
28 05' 36" -17 06' 43"
Rte La Zula
207 m
120 prs
  922 146109 
28 05' 38" -17 06' 44"
Bar Casa Luis
554 m
14 prs
  922 800779 
28 06' 18" -17 12' 50"

This spacious building was formerly a single house, which due to its large size was rehabilitated and converted into two houses having duplex distribution. The living room and kitchen are located downstairs, while the bedroom, bathroom and terrace are found upstairs. Access to the entrance is along a typical track that runs through the neighborhood, bordered by small houses and banana plantations. At one end of the building there is a common area for gardens, with terraces and grill offering a relaxed atmosphere with excellent views of the cultivated crops, the sea, Tenerife and El Teide. At the rear both houses have a terrace partially separated by a wall with stunning ocean views.

The district of Lepe, belonging to the municipality of Agulo, is situated on top of a cliff of considerable size and offers the visitor a magnificent view from any point of location. Access can only be done by car via the road along the beach of Hermigua, which offers incomparable views of the same and the old davit. Also if desired, from Agulo the house can be reached on foot, which is a more traditional alternative.


This old house, originally belonging to and lived in by the Señor de los Dávila from which it takes its name, is a wonderful example of both the architectural style and prevailing sobreity of its era. The thick stone walls enclose a spacious interior with large rooms with Canarian pine floors and ceilings. Many original features such as larders and window seats have been preserved and blend well with the more modern, rustic style furniture. The views from all windows and the typical Canarian balcony next to the kitchen are spectacular with clear views of the beach at Hermigua, Tenerife and Teide. Hidden amongst plants, a Canarian patio with wooden gallery provides access to the main entrance.

The house is surrounded on all sides by a large fruit and vegetable garden which can be worked in by guests, should they desire. Lepe falls inside the municipality of Agulo and access is posible via the beach road in Hermigua, the only road access to the area.


This large house has a very particular distribution which conserves the architectural style of the old houses of the island. There is a spacious open gallery with a tile and stone covered patio on which are the entrance doors to all the rooms. The bedroom and other rooms have traditional interiors with thick stone walls and big wooden ceilings. Part of the decoration involves shelves with traditional pottery pieces. The atractive surroundings seen from the patio are the main feature of the house.

Situated between the villages of Las Rosas and La Palmita, areas with an ideal climate for the cultivation of fruit and vegetables, this place gives visitors the chance to use the many footpaths in the area, and to appreciate the high palm trees and generous vegetation typical of this National Park area. Not far from the house is the Visitors Centre of Juego de Bolas, where one can learn about the National Park.


A very peaceful house just outside the National Park surrounded by a large garden with tall pines and laurel forest species. The inside of the house offers a spacious living/dining room, a large chimney, big comfortable sofas, wooden tables and picture windows. From the garden there are views from the green mountains down to the blue sea, Teide and Tenerife. From the road to the house there are only 24 steps.

The village of La Palmita is situated in a valley flanked on both sides by isolated houses. The Visitors Centre of Juego de Bolas is only 1km from the house and is recommended visit for those who wish to receive infomation about the Garajonay National Park and the island.

  • 104 CASA RAMÓN

This medium-sized country house offers some of the prettiest views of the hamlet of Las Rosas and the spacious patio at the back offers views of farmland with large cultivated terraces dotted with palm trees. The simple and functional interior with its wooden ceilings is furnished in rustic style. The combined effect is one of tranquility, inviting a relaxing stay.

Located between the hamlets of Las Rosas and La Palmita, an area with an ideal climate for fruit and vegetable cultivation, the visitor has the possibility to walk along the numerous paths that run through this area, so rich in vegetation and palms due to its closeness to the Garajonay National Park. The Visitors Centre at Juego de Bolas isn't far from the house. From the parking place until the entrance of the house you have to go down by a footpath (parts with steps) of a length of about 16 metres.


This house was renovated by its present owner, the grandson of its original builder. It was enlarged but has kept its tile and wood roof, the interior and rooms are spacious and the living/dining room has a large window with views of all the valley, Las Rosas and the ridge of El Cepo. The same view can be seen from the large exterior patio, which has a garden area and a barbeque and direct access to the surrounding farmland. From where you park the car until the house you have to walk 50 metres over a plain path.

Located on the middle of a hill there are two access paths, one from the owner's house and the other from the honey house. Its location is ideal for walking with many footpaths passing the area. The Lomo del Cepo opposite the house is an ideal place to visit, with impressive volcanic landscapes visible from its summit.


This small country house, situated in an ideal place for all those who seek the total and absolute tranquility, offers the possibility of having direct contact with the rural surroundings, with local people, their customs, and ultimately, with their way of life. The interior of the house is simply decorated but has modern equipment, so that the visitors can enjoy a comfortable stay.

This cozy cottage is located at Las Rosas, near the Amalagüise dam, in direct contact with the countryside. Recently refurbished, with an antiquity of about 90 years, the predominant material in ceilings or in furniture is wood, with rustic decoration. With excellent views, the tranquility is only broken by the singing of the birds in the morning and the croaking of the frogs at night.

  • 145 LA MANZANA

La Manzana is a traditional country house with stone walls and tiled roof which is located high up on a hillside. It is quiet, without noise and has splendid views over the sparsely populated rural hamlet amidst the mountains. At one end of the big, wood and tile covered patio is the small and equipped kitchen. It leads to the spacious and convenient living/dining room, decorated with rustic furniture. Traditional elements have been preserved, like the niche that houses a typical water container made of clay. Between the house and an old shed is the terrace with barbecue.

From the National Park's Visitors Centre Juego de Bolas follow the road towards the hamlet of La Palmita. After having passed the square of the church San Isidro Labrador, you'll find the detour to the area called La Manzana. Follow the descending bed of the valley which goes through La Palmita and after 1 km on paved road and another 300 m on dirt road you'll reach a point where the precipice narrows. Right there leave the car and begin to ascend the way up to the house (200 m with steps).