This historic city centre, one of the most typical examples of the type of urban structure that was developed in Latin America during the process of colonisation, has maintained its grid layout intact.In the late 16 century, during the reign of King Phillip II, engineer Torriani, drew his plans of La Laguna, with an urban structure consisting of 400 buildings that have been listed with different degrees of monumental or environmental protection.The central tower rises 45 m (150 ft) high and features a Canarian balcony.The main chapel houses a figure of the virgin of Candelaria, who was proclaimed the Patron Saint of the archipelago by Pope Clement VIII in 1599, which was ratified by Pope Pius IX in 1867.If the departure and arrival points are in Spain, the "large family" option will be shown.If you also choose anywhere in the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands or Melilla, the option of "resident" in that region will be shown.
A golden, sandy beach is lapped gently by the beautiful blue waters of the Mediterranean and flanked by a pretty promenade and a town square that is home to restaurants serving some great local food.
Nestled between the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, Sa Pedrissa is a romantic retreat on Mallorca’s northwest coast.
Located in a beautifully renovated 17th-century house full of rustic charm, Sa Pedrissa has just nine rooms and is known for its stunning clifftop pool with panoramic sea and mountain views and lush gardens.
It is also notable as an excellent place to indulge in activity pastimes such as rockclimbing and the its beaches offer important locations for SCUBA diving.
Eating Out Tasquita El Pimentón is the only restaurant in the village, so it's just as well that it's an excellent one.