Though nowadays declared a protected natural area, Rambla de Castro owes its existence to the initiative of a 16th century Portuguese farmer who was given the land and turned it into a plantation. Nowadays, the area is filled with banana tree plantations pegged out by the presence of palm trees and dragon trees. It is to the fertility of the land that the plantation owes its existence. The park is located in north Tenerife, in the municipality of Los Realejos, just north from the Teide National Park.

Rambla de Castro
Los Realejos, Tenerife, Spain
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