On the road (FC-30) between the 2 former capitals Antigua and Betancuria, on the top of the mountain Morro Velosa (675m) has been built on plans of Cesar Manrique, a Mirador with amazing views on the whole island. Unfortunately the access road to the Mirador was closed, as so many attractions in winter (e.g. Museum of Salt close to Costa Caleta, te Centro Atalayita on the aborigenes near Pozo Negro .......), what is a pity for the winter tourists. On the main road a parking with the statues of Guize and Ayosa, the two last kings of the Canaries until the occupation by Norsemen in 1402. I guess that from this point the view is less breathtaking than from the Mirador itself, but the view is still amazing.
Btw, a car trip including Antigua, Betancuria, Rio Palmas and Pajara (a less known original village) should be the minimum of any visit outside the hotel.
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