Fuencaliente attractions

Top Choice Visitor Centre in Fuencaliente

Volcán San Antonio Visitor Centre & Volcán San Antonio

The visitor centre is your first stop if you want to explore the volcanoes. Displays are well-captioned and informative, but the layout is not very imaginative and rather dated. It's far more interesting to head out…
Salt Pans in Fuencaliente

Salinas de Fuencaliente

Beyond the lighthouse at the south of the island are the Salinas de Fuencaliente (salt pans of Fuencaliente), which you can explore along a self-guided path; explanations on boards tell you all about the processes o…
Volcano in Fuencaliente

Volcán Teneguía

Volcán Teneguía's 1971 eruption was the most recent in the archipelago. A signposted trail from Volcán San Antonio, near the visitor centre, leads you here on a downhill hike over scrunchy volcanic gravel (wear stur…
Winery in Fuencaliente

Bodegas Teneguía

Fuencaliente is famous for the wines made from the grapes that flourish in its volcanic soil. Founded in 1947, Bodegas Teneguía is well known for its white and red wines, as well as its famous sweet malvasía (Malmse…
Beach in Fuencaliente

Playa de la Zamora & Playa Chica

Two pleasant beaches are Playa de la Zamora and Playa Chica, black-sand beaches tucked side by side in coves and divided by a large rock. They’re no secret but are rarely crowded, so you may find them quiet. To get …
Beach in Fuencaliente

Playa del Faro

Scattered with a few boats, this south-facing black-sand beach is slung out right by the lighthouse.