Within the historical walls of the graceful 18th-century Palacio Spínola, this entertaining museum is dedicated to the timple, a traditional Canarian stringed instrument similar to a ukulele. Spanish-language displa…
Perched on the palm-studded main plaza, Teguise's church has its roots in the 15th century but was restored in the 20th century after a disastrous fire and a series of pirate attacks.
Rebuilt after a 1618 fire, the 17th-century Convento de San Francisco houses a modest collection of religious art, a lovely artesonado ceiling and a fine baroque main altar.
The rotating exhibitions of local contemporary art hosted by Teguise's town hall contrast wonderfully with the stark 17th-century monastery it occupies.