This route starts in the neighborhood of Risco de Agaete, the walk is about 30 minutes and at the end of it we will find some waterfalls that flow directly from the top of Tamadaba.
There is no cellular data available (even in the village) so be sure to check everything out before you get there.
When you get to the big rock and small water (that’s what we visited, without knowing there is much more to see) you need to keep walking in order to get to the waterfall.
You definitely need comfy shoes and a stick to move the grass. Drinkable water and sunscreen also! It was beautiful, quiet and we swam in that little pond. It was amazing seeing he we were alone there! But I’m sad we missed the waterfall
A short but beautiful hike that we can absolutely recommend. Requires a little bit of climbing and good shoes, but its not hard at all. Just make sure you go to the very end, some people may turn around to early thinking there is no waterfall altough there might be one... We saw it and loved it.
For us the hike was 3,23 km long with approx. 1 hour in motion, starting from the parking lot in town.
Stunning area. Water was dried up alot when we got there in July. But a nice hike. Very easy! Only took us 25mins to get from car park too the waterfall
Very tricky path. It was fun for one kilometer, but after you have to go through the stones, water and slippery path. At one point you have to climb up. I saw a lot of people couldn’t do it. Also might be not a proper thing to do for kids and old people. For the rest - go for it and try!
Very disappointed from the “real” aspect of this cascade. Where all of the internet pictures are photoshopped.
The hike from the village is only 30min long and very easy.
Quite nice scenery overall and sadly a busy place, with families, kids and pets.
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