Charco de San Ginés
Iglesia de San Ginés
Dating from 1665 and featuring a statue of the island’s patron saint, who originated in Cuba.
Museo de Historia de Arrecife
Located on a little islet just off the seafront promenade, this small museum is based in the 16th-century Castillo de San Gabriel....
Centro Insular de Cultura El Almacén
At the time of research this gallery and cinema had been closed for refurbishment for some time. Check with the tourist office for...
Across from the Iglesia de San Ginés, with good wines and tapas, including some Cuban-inspired choices like yucca frita (fried yucca).
Open since 1960, this side-street bar oozes charm with its Andalucian tiles, paintings for sale and straight-from-Seville tapas, such as...
Avenida César Manrique · interesting places nearby
Charco de San Ginés information
This attractive small lake with its colourful boats and resident seagulls could have been as overwrought as picture-perfect Portofino. Instead, the buildings and restaurants here are a beguiling combo of mildly down-at-heel and freshly whitewashed (with blue trim).