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It is one of the oldest municipalities in Tenerife.

Guide Isora.

It is located in the southwestern part of the island and shares its limits with the cities of Santiago del Teide, Adeje, Vilaflor and Fasnia.

Guía de Isora is located 500 meters above sea level, offering its population an always warm and sunny climate.

This city is famous for its beautiful landscapes, colorful celebrations, unique gastronomy and a rich cultural and historical heritage.

The old town of Guía de Isora is an emblematic area, which is home to several religious and historical buildings, such as the church of Nuestra Señora de la Luz, founded in the 17th century.

This municipality is known for its patron saint festivals, particularly Nuestra Señora de la Luz in August.

It is also known for its production of banana trees that grow on the slopes.

After all, it is an absolute treasure trove of history, culture, and natural beauty.

In this section of the Ven de Visita a Tenerife blog, you will be able to visit the most picturesque corners of this municipality.