您是否会将该景点推荐给文化 & 建筑爱好者？
The town looks nice. But it very small and everywhere are restaurants. Wich try to pull you in. This place is where they catch the fish so normally good and cheap to eat fish. But the prices are high and the quality is low it is just mass production. It is nice to take a look it very small so... 更多
Lovely little port about 1 hour (103 bus) from Las Palmas. Seems to be popular with locals and other islanders - not too many tourists around. A few decent beachside restaurants with good value Menu del Dia A nice interlude from the bustle of Las Palmas
Stopped here for a bite to eat, had a wander through the streets, on the promenade and down to the pier. The drive from Las Palmas was spectacular and worth the effort to do - but is an easy drive. Puerto de las Nieves was not busy, likely due to the season we travelled in but a nice place to... 更多
This is an important port for the ferries to Teneriffa. But aside from that, it is a nice little village with some restaurants and bars where you can eat fresh fish for little momey while watching the ferries dock and load or unload. Nothing spectacular but so far less traveled and therefore nice and quiet.
This is a small fishing village that also has the ferry terminal to Tenerife. There are a few restaurants and shops, fairly poor beaches and not much else. Don't go out of your way to visit it.
This is a quaint little village with a few small restaurants and a handful of shops. The beach is very pebbley but the water is crystal clear and very enjoyable to swim in.
This is a place where you can hide from Playa del Inglés! Visited by locals you can have a relaxed stay on the black vulcanic stone beaches . You have a view on the rock that was called 'God's finger' / El Dedo de Dios. After a day at the seaside you will be hungry. Then the best part of... 更多