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Piscina Natural La Maceta

Piscina Natural La Maceta (38000 Frontera) – located on the northern part of the island, in the municipality of Frontera, we find La Maceta: a group of perfect natural pools for enjoying a day with the family. An area sculpted out by nature that is a great place to disconnect. There is a comfortable area […]

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Roque de la Bonanza

Roque de la Bonanza (HI-2, 38910 Villa de Valverde) — this peculiarly shaped rock surged upwards from the marine depths in Las Playas. There is a volcanic jetty and underneath, there is a wealth of flora and fauna. Tourists with cars can also drive closer to this large rock which is supposed to resemble a […]

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Mirador de Isora

Mirador de Isora (Highway HI-30) – this panoramic site, towards the town of Isora, located in the municipality of El Pinar, is at the southeast part of the island. Isora is certainly one of the island’s spots where first-time visitors can forget the stress of big city life, and enjoy the views of its white […]

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 Parque Cultural de El Julán

Parque Cultural de El Julán (HI-400, 38914 El Pinar) — apart from the incredible coastal views on offer from this site, the exhibition center holds the most important cultural findings of El Hierro – petroglyphs scratched into the lava flow by the native Bimbache people (the ancient inhabitants of El Hierro). To this day, no-one […]

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Mirador de El Tacorón

Mirador de El Tacorón (Highway HI-410) – located in the southern part of the island (toward Playa de Tacorón), is one of many spots at El Hierro that offer panoramic views of the island. The waters within this area are among the most beautiful anywhere in EL Hierro.

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Pozo de Los Padrones

Pozo de Los Padrones (38911 La Frontera) – this is a well combined with a gallery drilled into the cliff that allows access to an underground aquifer that supplies most of the water consumed on El Hierro. This construction is a great feat of engineering, due to the dramatic times of drought for the islanders […]