The historical and cultural heritage of the Canary Islands is a treasure of a rich and varied architectural production ranging from the most traditional buildings to the most modern and avant-garde.
Guía de Isora – Tenerife
Strolling through the cities and towns of the Canary Islands is one of the best ways to soak up its history and culture, and the wide range of beaches, nature, leisure activity and gastronomy of the Islands is complemented by a rich architectural heritage waiting to be discovered by the most curious visitors and those who are always looking for that something different to take home as a souvenir.
THE TRADITIONAL IS ALWAYS A TREND Stately homes, domestic architecture, churches, monuments, castles and mansions are just an example of the traditional and classic constructions that you can find during your stay in any of the islands of the Archipelago. In addition, it should be added that the architectural heritage is not only formed by isolated buildings of exceptional value, but also by the old areas and neighborhoods of the cities and towns.
Santa Cruz de La Palma.
AVANT-GARDE ARCHITECTURE But the Canary Islands are no stranger to new trends in architecture and there are a growing number of avant-garde or contemporary buildings to be admired here. To enjoy this article and all the content of Magazine Plaza del Duque in its digital version from any electronic device click here, no download required.