Cuevas de Bandama - Sta. Brígida, Gran Canaria, España
N 28° 02.131 W 015° 27.392
28R E 455127 N 3101221
Quick Description: Prehispanic cave village in the north face of Bandama Crater.
Location: Islas Canarias, Spain
Date Posted: 2/11/2019 11:11:28 PM
Waymark Code: WM102F9
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Torgut
Views: 3

Long Description:
In the north wall of the Caldera there is a cave village from prehispanic times. The so-called Cuevas de Bandama (also known as Cuevas de los Canarios) essentially consist of a storage silo with adjoining caves. These were equipped by the Canarian natives, the Guanches, with stairs, chambers, windows and corridors and thus developed into a cave settlement.

The way to the caves is not signposted, but marked on maps (see Access wayoint).
As the "path" partly leads over loose volcanic rock scree, surefootedness is a must.

Parking: N 28° 02.154 W 015° 27.615

Recommended access: N 28° 02.112 W 015° 27.501

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