Place of worship for the aborigines of the island, the “Maho” called the
Tindaya mountain is the result of a process of intrusion of materials
old who have been exposed to intense erosion. His
location makes it visible from many points in northern Fuerteventura, and
recognizable by its peculiar shape, chromaticism and beauty.
It is therefore a very important geomorphological structure
scientific, while a cultural interest for its values
archaeological. It also has the presence of some rare endemic
Caralluma burchardii as protected by regional legislation.
- Address: Calle Majada de las Casas, 18, 35649 La Oliva, Las Palmas, Spain
- GPS: 28.596678503997104,-13.977199005371062
- Phone: 928 86 11 15
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