Betancuria is travel back in time and discover the first city of the Canary Islands after colonization. The origin of the name of Betancuria is due to Jean de Béthencourt, French conqueror of the Canary Islands.
The Villa de Santa María was founded in 1404 and is considered as the first capital of the Canary Islands. Located in the Centre of the island is where you can find more historical relics together with the Church of Santa Maria, which was the first cathedral of the entire archipelago.
Visiting Betancuria is mandatory where you can see characteristic corners of rural architecture.