The newly opened Nature Centre at Masca, inaugurated on 27 March, aims to provide information that will bring the area, its culture and people to public notice in the rest of the island and to visitors, while preserving a privileged environment, Teno Rural Park, for future generations.

The centre is open to the public and is destined to providing information about Barranco de Masca (ravine) and Teno Rural Park. The exhibition is essentially theme-based and is equipped with multimedia material about the area surrounding Masca and its main natural, environmental (geology, geomorphology, fauna and flora) and cultural values and is displayed through a series of informational and interactive panels and audiovisual media. A guide is also present. Read more