Flora & Fauna.
The Cauldron of Pedro Gil (La Caldera de Pedro Gil), together with the volcano of Las Arenas or Arafo’s volcano, are both good examples of an erosive cauldron, inside of which a historical volcanic edifice appears (1705), that is of natural interest including its landscape values.
The canyons that descend from the rear, enclose enclaves of high natural significance such as the Añavingo, with outstanding endemic botanical species and a great wealth of Canary’s flora.
Protected Natural Spaces
The Seven Hills Protected landscape. Shared with Candelaria and Güímar
Forest Crown Natural Park . Shared with Los Realejos, Adeje, Vilaflor, Guía de Isora, Santiago del Teide, Garachico, Icod de los Vinos, La Orotava, La Guancha, San Juan de la Rambla Granadilla, Arico, Fasnia, El Tanque, Güímar and Candelaria.