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The Puerto de Mog嫕, with a black sand beach, is a fishing district that, due to its unique enclave and natural beauty, has given rise to one of the most beautiful urbanizations in the Canary Islands.

Its sports dock, a meeting point for many international boating enthusiasts, has 225 berths, with its optimal marine environment, making Puerto de Mog嫕 an unforgettable place.

If you opt for a cultural visit, we recommend a walk through the streets of the town, where you can see the Church of San Antonio, built in 1814. In it you can admire a beautiful coffered ceiling of labarada wood, as well as the images of San Antonio de Padua and the Immaculate Conception.

The natural environment of Mog嫕 is well worth another visit. Thus, the Southwest Massif is a space of great geomorphological and botanical interest, as well as of unique landscape and archaeological values.

In this area it is possible to appreciate large areas of tabaibals, endemic plants of the Island. The Barranco de Veneguera begins at the foot of the spectacular rock formation of Los Azulejos, a great wall of rocks whose colors range from dark red to blue, going through various yellow tones.

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El Puerto de Mog嫕, con playa de arena negra, es un barrio marinero que por su singular enclave y belleza natural, ha dado origen a una de las urbanizaciones m嫳 bellas de Canarias.

Su muelle deportivo, punto de encuentro de numerosos entusiastas de la n嫠tica internacional, dispone de 225 atraques, con su 鏕timo ambiente marinero, haciendo del Puerto de Mog嫕, un lugar inolvidable.

Si se opta por una visita cultural, es recomendable un paseo por las calles del casco, donde se puede contemplar la Iglesia de San Antonio, levantada en 1814. En ella se puede admirar un bello artesonado de madera labarada, as como las im墔enes de San Antonio de Padua y de la Inmaculada Concepci鏮.

El entorno natural de Mog嫕 bien merece otra visita. As, el Macizo del Suroeste es un espacio de gran inter廥 geomorfol鏬ico y bot嫕ico, as como de singulares valores paisaj疄ticos y arqueol鏬icos.

En esta zona es posible apreciar amplias extensiones de tabaibales, plantas end幦icas de la Isla. El Barranco de Veneguera comienza a los pies de la espectacular formaci鏮 rocosa de Los Azulejos, una grandiosa pared de rocas cuyos colores van desde el rojo oscuro hasta el azul, pasando por varios tonos amarillos.

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