known by many by the famous Roque of the same name, sits on the lava of the Trevejo Volcano of 1706.
It has the title of Villa y Puerto, granted by King Alfonso XIII in 1916. The natural pools of El Caletón are one of the most popular bathing areas in the north of the island.
Annexed to these is the Castle Fortress of San Miguel (BIC), built in 1575, used to defend the coast and town of Garachico.
In addition, after a swim in the Atlantic, you can enjoy the rich gastronomy of the Canary Islands at the foot of the sea.
A very particular place is the Puerta de la Tierra Park.
There is the arch of the entrance door of the old Port of Garachico (XVI century). Surrounded by green areas you can see an old press of the Hacienda de San Juan Degollado.