"La Cueva Pintada", or the Painted Cave, is one of the most important sites in the Canary Islands, because of its size and interest from a scientific point of view, and because it houses a unique example of aboriginal art from the Canary Islands: the Painted Cave.
One of the caves that stands out in this site is the one that gives the site its name - the Painted Cave - discovered in 1873 thanks to agricultural work. It is "decorated" with red and white paintings on a black background, with exclusively geometric motifs.
- Construction: Prehistoric cave
- Artistic period: Prehistory
- From Sep 16 to Jun 14
- From Tuesday to Saturday From 10:00 to 18:00
- Public holidays and Sunday From 11:00 to 18:00
- From Jun 15 to Sep 15
- From Tuesday to Saturday From 10:30 to 19:30
- Public holidays and Sunday From 11:00 to 19:00
- Closing days: Monday
- General: €6
- Retired persons: €3
- Groups: €4
- Large families: €4
- Children: Admission free