Palm Grove of la Madre del Agua

Small palm grove whose name is due to the permanent water spring on which it sits and which is considered the mightiest on the island. It occupies a narrow and short ravine. At its exit there are several farming gavias and an abandoned well that used to take advantage of its underground waters.
In addition to its natural importance, it is also of great historical interest, as the Norman conquerors rested there on their first incursion into Fuerteventura in 1402. His chronicles speak of 900 palm trees and permanent streams of water from here to Betancuria.