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The San Miguel Ravine is a protected space because of its floristic and landscape values. The ravine was slowly carved out of the ancient intra-canyon crevices, resulting in the drainage channel of the Tenteniguada Crater. 

Practically the entire ravine can be covered along the numerous footpaths and rough tracks that are to be found, thus enjoying the opportunity to appreciate its landscape and historical value, given that very close to the ravine itself a sedimentary terrace is seated, known as the El Colmenar Homestead, dating more than four centuries and one of the most important pre-Hispanic settlements in the caves of the municipality.
Numerous gofio mills, which are currently abandoned, are located here, witnesses to the permanent presence of water in the past along the course of the ravine.

  • Barranco de Coruña

    The Coruña Ravine

  • Roque Grande

    Roque Grande

  • Lomito de La Retama

    View from Lomito de La Retama

  • Era de La Mota

    Era de la Mota

  • Cruz del Saucillo

    Cruz del Saucillo

  • Huertas de Sardina

    Huertas de Sardina

  • Las Cañadas

    Las Cañadas

  • Barranco de la Capellanía

    La Capellanía Ravine

  • Barranco de Correa

    Correa Ravine

  • Barranco de los Mocanes

    Los Mocanes Ravine

  • Roque Jincao

    Roque Jincao

  • Las Haciendas

    Las Haciendas

  • Roque Saucillo

    Roque Saucillo

  • Lomo Fregenal

    Lomo del Fregenal

  • El Montañon

    El Montañon

  • Cuevas Negras

    Cuevas Negras

  • Barranco de Tenteniguada

    The Tenteniguada Ravine

  • Roque del Pino

    Roque del Pino

  • Barranco de Los Cernícalos

    Los Cernícalos Ravine

  • Roque de La Vela

    Roque de la Vela

  • Barranco de La Pasadera

    La Pasadera Ravine

  • Barranco del Agua

    Barranco del Agua Ravine

  • Barranco de La Umbría

    La Umbría Ravine

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