Attractions

Winery in San Bartolomé & Around

Museo del Vino El Grifo

This is the oldest winery in the Canary Islands, founded in 1775. There's an interesting museum showcasing old winemaking equipment. Most is from the 19th and 20th centuries, though there are some older pieces. Prob…
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Museo Agricola El Patio

This open-air museum recreates a 19th-century traditional farmer’s house (complete with wine cellar) and provides an insight into traditional aspects of the island’s culture. Signage – including some irritatingly ed…
Museum in San Bartolomé & Around

Museo del Tanit

Set in an 18th-century Canarian house, this rambling place has exhibits covering just about every aspect of island life from the past 200 years. English explanations are available. It's badly signposted – to get clo…
Winery in San Bartolomé & Around

Bodegas La Florida

Taste up to six wines in this beautifully restored farmhouse, dating back 150 years. Vineyard and winery tours (€7 per person including tasting) are also available but should be booked in advance.
Winery in San Bartolomé & Around

Bodegas Vega de Yuco

South of Masdache, heading towards Tías, the terrace here is a lovely spot to sip and admire the landscape. There's a botanical garden to explore once you've sampled the wines.
Museum in San Bartolomé & Around

Museo del Campesino

Not so much a museum as a scattering of craft workshops, including weaving and ceramics. Most people come for the attached restaurant.