We continue to explore the best landscapes, villages, towns and customs of Tenerife, and today we are going up to the municipality of La Orotava, with beautiful views surrounded by mountains and trees, but not very known for the bulk of international tourism. Main attractions in la Orotava include its historic centre, the adjoining valley and botanical gardens, crowned by the landscape of mountains and the tranquility and kindness of the people of the interior. Located at the northern end of the island of Tenerife, we stroll among banana plantations, architectural structures of all kinds, old mansions, squares and parks filled with birds and paths where you can breathe the leisurely pace of a village away from the bustling capital. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Boxing champion. In the historical centre are the most important buildings, such as the parish church of the conception and the Casa de los Balcones, or the cemetery of La Orotava, a beautiful structure that recalls the romantic style and is even today used to bury the dead from a population in constant growth. The Casa de los Balcones has an care carved in wood that have earned him his name, and was built in 1632. There you can buy typical products of the region of the Canary Islands, from embroidery and ceramics up to clothing and much more. It is an ideal visit to get our travel memories or gifts for a loved one. Also the natural scenarios have their place in Tenerife, and in la Orotava in particular are near the Parque Nacional del Teide, the most ancient and largest of all in the region of Canary Islands. In terms of traditional celebrations and festivals, they are conducted between late May and early June and include days where carpets, a so-called dance of the Magi and the Sunday of Romeria of San Isidro Labrador where praises to the patron saint of the city are made.