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Like the rest of Garafía the area of Las Tricias is only sparsely populated
The small centre is arranged close together around the little church and two bars.
Small, typical Canary country houses are tucked in between almond trees, which from January to mid of February are "dressed" in lovely pink-white blossoms.
The few new houses also blend harmoniously with the extensive gardens and fields.
In this area local people and residents grow wine, potatoes, vegetable and oranges.
During summer this area in the district of Garafía is hot and dry and in winter, at lower temperatures, there may also be a chance of precipitation.
You can relax and hike in every season
The well maintained trails start at the church square or directly at your holiday home.
Trails lead through idyllic landscapes to places which seem almost forgotten.
A special one is the dream path that leads to the caves of Buracas, where the Guanchen, native people of La Palma, once lived.
They left undecodable messages carved in stone.
The path also leads to ancient dragon trees and an antique Gofio mill.
This place makes it easy to let your spirits flow while your eyes wander over the deep canyons down to the Atlantic ocean or observe a hawk watching out for an incautious lizard.
Accommodations in Las Tricias
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