The island capital is in the east of the island and has the commercial port of this. It is a small but endearing city that has been declared in its entirety as a Property of Cultural Interest with the category of Historic-Artistic Set. Such a statement gives us a very good idea of the valuable buildings and corners it houses.
Its main artery, Calle Real (Calles O’Daly and A.Pérez de Brito) along with Avenida Marítima, Virgen de la Luz and Calle San Sebastián, are lively and open exhibitions of these valuable elements. The set consists of the Town Hall, the Plaza de España, the fountain and the church of El Salvador; The placeta del Borrero; The Plaza de la Alameda with the Boat of the Virgin; The Plaza de San Francisco with the Insular Museum; The Castle of Santa Catalina; The balconies; The Theater Circus of Mars … will make you can not stop giving the button of your camera