Gran Canaria sightseeing, attractions and online travel guide
The Cenobio de Valeron Caves consists of rows of somewhere between 200-300 round and rectangular chambers dug out of volcanic rock with stone or animal bone tools for use as granaries. Connected by steps and passages and were, according to documents from the Spanish conquest, once flanked by towers. Because of preservation and safety issues the chambers themselves are now off limits but it is still possible to see the extent of this amazing feet of human engineering from a rail staircase built to accommodate visitors.
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