This place forms part of the Martiánez Complex, and it is the work of art of Manrique in Tenerife. He, our genius, was able to create an oasis next to the sea, made of volcanic rock, palm trees, cactuses and a spectacle of lights strategically located and sculptures worthy of praise. In fact, these pools were inaugurated in 1977, and in 2005 they were declared “Historical Garden”. By 2008 it had received 26 million visitors.
One of my favorite characteristics is that under the restaurant that is located in the central island there was a recreation room with a great spectacle called Andrómoda. It is now in the Casino de Tenerife, which used to be in the Taoro Hotel, which will see further along.