home of Queso de Flor

Santa María de Guía (locals called only Guía) is a pretty old town with cobbled streets and traditional houses is dominated by the triple-nave parochial church Iglesia de Santa María de Guía which was built in 1607. With its neoclassical façade flanked by two lateral towers. Guía is however best known for its Queso de Flor (Flower Cheese), made of milk mixed with the juice of the thistle-like flowers of the artichoke, giving this cheese its unusual, distinctive flavour.

Distance from Playa del Ingles:

77 km, 61 min

Recommended route:

North route

Playa del Ingles Apartments:

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