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.
Castillo de San Gabriel
Located on a little islet just off the seafront promenade, this castle is scheduled to re-open as a history museum, but no fixed date...
Centro Insular de Cultura El Almacén
Another vibrant gallery space is this cultural centre housed in a former warehouse that has had a stylish makeover, once again...
Across from the Iglesia de San Ginés, with good wines and tapas, including some Cuban-inspired choices like yucca frita (fried yucca).
La Tavernetta has all-day fussy-family appeal with a vast menu that includes bacon-and-egg breakfasts, healthy salads, juicy steaks and...
Lonely Planet review
This attractive small lake with its colourful boats and resident seagulls could be a picture postcard, Portofino-style place. Instead, the buildings and restaurants here are a beguiling combo of mildly down-at-heel and freshly whitewashed, with blue trim.