6th Mar 2024 @ 9:45 am

Haría has been selected as one of the most beautiful towns in Spain by the Viajes National Geographic magazine.

The magazine chose 100 locations in Spain, of which four were in the Canaries. Haría was listed as No 26, and the article described its famous palm trees, its rich heritage of crafts and the beauty of nearby natural attractions such as Jameos del Agua and the Montaña de Corona. 

It also described how César Manrique retired to Haría in later life when “fame and the rise in tourism started to threaten his tranquillity.” Manrique’s Casa-Museo is open to the public and is an unmissable visit for those interested in the artist.

The other Canarian towns selected were Betancuria, a gorgeous village nestling in the hills of Fuerteventura; Tejeda in the mountains of Gran Canaria, and Valle Gran Rey, a seaside town at the foot of a spectacular valley that is the closest thing La Gomera has to a tourist resort. 

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