There are numerous pre-Hispanic remains in Tacoronte. One outstanding example of these is the settlement of Riscos de Tacoronte, set in the Guayonje ravine, just past Risco del Señorito, up to Punta del Viento. Many dwelling and burial caves have been found here.
The parish church of Santa Catalina Mártir de Alejandría should be high on your list of sites. It is the oldest church in Tacoronte. The church is located in the oldest part of the town, where visitors can still see beautiful Canary Island style houses: the current church dates back to the 17th and 18th centuries. It was built on the foundations of the original church, built by early settlers at the beginning of the 15th century.
Another interesting site is the convent of the Augustine friars: the church of Cristo de los Dolores, built in the mid-17th century. The Cultural Centre is currently located on the right side, which used to be the Town Hall. The churches of Caridad, San Juan and San Jerónimo, all from the 17th century, are examples of the valuable heritage of Tacoronte.
Another area worth visiting is the part around the Calvary, the Corn Exchange and the old houses.