Forest Los Tilos
Los Tilos houses one of the most important laurel forests of the Canary Islands. There are several trails, a scepter of interpretation, picnic areas and a restaurant.
The environmental main attraction of the area is an important conservation laurel forest where endemism of the flora and fauna island refuge.
Down the road and after the picnic, we will find an iron gate along the canal that will take us to a place of fairy tale: the waterfall of Tilos falling into the Barranco del Agua, from the hydroelectric plant of El Mulato. It is an artificial waterfall, but not ceases to be less beautiful.
There is an interpretation center with a permanent exhibition explaining the natural values of the environment. The area is ideal for a walk and offers great hiking options. The longest route reaches those of Marcos and Cordero, through the approved path PR LP 6. And the shorter versions would be up to the Mirador del Espigón Atravesado (also by the PR LP 6) or to the Mirador of the Handrails ( PR LP 7).