Finca Las Margaritas is based on extensive volcanic wasteland that since 3 or 4 million years ago covered the coastal platform of Las Galletas. In this large agricultural area of 825 Ha is located the largest bananas plantations in greenhouse of Tenerife, where moves a volume of more than 26 thousand tons for export anually.
FINCA LAS MARGARITAS began with the cultivation of banana in Las Galletas in the year 1977, the union and several family members of Adolfo Guerra González entrepreneurship and Margarita Hernández Pérez, later named the estate, being 86 years old in 2012. Both came from a long family generation of farmers in S/C de La Palma and San Andrés y Sauces.
On this farm are produces 2 cultivars of Canary Island banana, the great dwarf and the thick Palm or small dwarf, the Dwarf Cavendish variety, reaching an average of 45-50 klg per bunch, and can find copies that they exceed the 70 klg. The acreage is of approximately 7 Ha with 98% of bananas and 2% of fruit trees such as: mango, papaya and avocado.
If you would like a guided tour. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or just call +34 922 716 645.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10h. to 13h.
Saturdays from 10h to 12h. Location: Finca Las Margaritas in Las Galletas.
Approximate duration Self-guided visit: 60 min.
Approximate duration Guided tour: 75-90 min.
Anti-COVID-19 preventive measures:
All clients must bring their own masks.
Maintain the safe distance.
Restricted capacity in the facilities.
Disinfectant gel will be available for continuous hand hygiene.
Frequent disinfection of facilities.
The use of masks and gloves in the facilities is optional.
One person at a time in the toilets and in the shop.
They will take data from each person: name, phone and place of residence. This information will remain in our database exclusively and will only be used in the event that any possible contagion is detected.