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Located in the small town of Teror, the unassuming exterior of the church protects a beautiful interior that is very impressive. Make sure you look up at the wooden ceiling - it's very unique and beautiful. Enjoy the quaint town of Teror and this impressive...More
Unexpectedly high in the mountains but a really lovely town. It's significantly cooler here than lower down so dress accordingly - the air is moist and you feel like you're in the clouds. Rained while we were here a little, for the Sunday market. The...More
You have the see the adoration of the Virgin of the pines. Photos not allowed so you’ll need to visit it for yourself. But it takes your breath away when you round the corner.
Traditional Catholic Church so dress accordingly.
During our trips along the island we reach a small town which we didn't heard about. We stopped for a quick meal and started to walk around. First thing we observed it was the nice architecture of the houses, with wooden balconies and colored facades....More
The Basilica de la Virgen del Pino is the centerpiece of the small town of Teror in Gran Canaria. Everything about Teror is worth visiting, including this beautiful church. It may not be as grand a scale as other churches in Europe and the Canaries,...More
Couldn't get into the church, it was being cleaned, the doors were open and we did get peek at beautiful interior. The town itself is lovely, really just the one main street with pretty buildings and some nice little shops. Worth taking the effort to...More
This church (Basilica) is beautiful in its simplicity. Its has some beutiful decorations and particularly the statue of the Virgin of Pino. Opposite side of the main entrance there is a basilica museum where one can find an amazingly beautiful statue of the Virgin as...More