In the valley we can find numerous farms engaged in growing fruit trees and tropical fruits like papaya, mango, avocado, guavas and the delicious and precious coffee of Agaete.
Juncal is a small natural bay that protects the beach from the swell of the area. It is formed by large blocks of rocks and its crystalline and calm waters invite you to the bath.
El Puerto de Las Nieves is the seaside area of Agaete. It has a great promenade with restaurants specialized in fresh fish. There’re also some wind protected beaches.
Commonly known by the name “Las Salinas”, they are formed by three natural swimming pools connected by underwater tunnels. They are protected from waves specially during the low tide and allows watching some of the marine fauna of the area.
Maipez is a sacred place that seems hidden by the lava of a volcano, a cemetery with about 700 tombs in large mounds of 8 meters in diameter and 3 meters high, built with volcanic stones.
The garden was founded in the late nineteenth century. It was originally the garden of the De Armas family. They wanted an exotic plants garden and they gathered more than 100 species from all over the world.
Just 3km away from the center of Agaete is the natural beach of Guayedra. It is strongly recommended walking by the hiking trails to reach it, but there is also a road access if you prefer.
Visit the farms which grow Agaete coffee. It is unique in Europe for its flavour and quality. It is grown in Agaete Valley and its production is limited because it is grown in a traditional way.
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