Los Lavaderos Park
This park is one of the municipality's most charming spots. Located near to the town centre on top of a 200 m (655 ft) cliff, its name (meaning The Washing Place) comes from the fountains that people would use to do their washing in times gone by. Today, it is a leisure area with gardens, paths, waterfalls and spectacular views of the sea and Mount Teide. Don't miss the chance to take an evening stroll through this park as the sun sets in the north of the Island.