A spectacle of nature in a series of cliffs that were created when magma reached the sea and became solidified rock. These blowholes and caves dating of volcanic eruptions of 1730-1736 and have been sculpted by erosion. The force of the waves creates a burst of water rising to the surface through the holes and crevices in the rocks, as if boiling water and hence its name “Los Hervideros” or, translated literally “The Boilers”. Visitors can enjoy this natural wonder from the trails. It is a tourist attraction for visitors, much frequented by its paths surrounded by the curious forms of solidified lava from where you can witness the force of the sea. The stone paths allow a safe visit, with a kind of balcony that allows you to see the immensity of the sea and when, on occasion, the Atlantic is rough, you can see surges in the sea in which foam is projected into the sky and is accompanied by a blast worthy of remembering. These points are used for taking photos or record a video with a unique and incomparable background. “Los Hervideros” are located north of the town of Playa Blanca, in the direction of El Golfo. A few kilometers drive from Las Salinas de Janubio. It takes part of the space of the Natural Park of the Volcanoes. It is important to follow the marked paths, especially if you go with children. Don’t miss the chance to visit this unique volcanic coast! You can visit at any time and free of charge. It has plenty of parking space, paper and good signage.