Mirador Amogoje

Located at the kilometre 2 of the TF-134 Bailadero-Benijo road via Taganana, within the Anaga Rural Park. It offers a view of scattered hamlets and small terraces for self-consumption farming that are a symbol of the hard labour people have to endure in order to survive in such spots. A hoist in the vicinity of the viewpoint is used for transporting heavy equipment to the houses located at the bottom of the ravine.

The Roques de Anaga rock formations stand out in the stunningly deep blue sea, as a reminder of the past of the island


The above  was originally posted by Discover Tenerife
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