Tacoronte ( Spanish: Tacoronte ) - a city and municipality in Spain , is part of the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife as part of the autonomous community of the Canary Islands . Located on the island of Tenerife . It covers an area of 30.09 km². The population of 23772 people for 2016 . The town is famous for its wine Tacoronte-Asentejo Tacoronte - Acentejo . It is located 21 km from the capital, however, adjacent to La Laguna; therefore, in 1904 - 1951 there was a tram to Tacoronte. Despite the small territory, the town stretches from the sea to an altitude of 1302.
|Autonomous community||Canary Islands|
|Provinces||Santa Cruz de Tenerife|
|The mayor||Ermogenes Perez|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 0 , in summer UTC + 1|
|Population||23,722 people ( 2016 )|
- 1 History
- 2 Attractions
- 3 notes
- 4 References
The city was founded in 1497. In 1812, according to the Constitution of Cadiz, it became an independent municipality. March 23, 1911, when King Alfonso XIII visited Tenerife, granted Tacoronte the status of a city, substantiating his action with "the development of agriculture, industry, trade ..." [ 1] .
- Alhondiga is the home of the Tacoronte Wine Week every year.
- Christ Square - the most popular holidays of the city are held here.
- Church of St. Catalina - one of the most famous churches of the city; located on the street of the same name.