Routes around the municipality
there are guided tours
in several languages around the historic quarter of Tegueste
, which add to the routes that visitors can take on their own and to the guided tours that are offered at specific times of year, enabling visitors to learn all about the idiosyncrasies
of the area, particularly its cultural and natural riches and its local produce.
Tegueste has several walking routes that have been designed for visitors to discover the aspects of the region they are most interested in, whilst getting to know the countryside, the local people and the area's great climate.
The trail of Travesía de los Viñedos and La Campiña de Tegueste has been designed to be taken by car, and there are several points along the way where it is safe to pull over and enjoy the scenery, which looks like a green sea of vineyards. Another option is a walk along Los Caminos del Agua, a circular route that is just 2 km (1.24 miles) long, making it great for exploring on foot. The route named Un Cauce de Historia (A Flow of History) is also a circular route and is equally as long, leading walkers to discover the cultural and historical identity of Tegueste, from the ravine of Agua de Dios to Plaza de La Arañita.
Approved trails in the municipality
There are several approved trails crossing the municipal area of Tegueste, such as the PR-TF 12
, which sets off from the Cruz del Carmen Visitor Centre to Bajamar
, and branches off onto the PR-TF 12.1 and PR-TF 12.2
trails. These trails are a great way of exploring Tegueste's landscapes, countryside and surroundings, helping visitors to truly take in the agricultural essence of the region and understand the need to build good transport systems that would link it to the municipality of San Cristóbal de la Laguna.