The Basilica de Nuestra Senora de Pino is one of the most important churches on the island. According to legend, the Virgin Mary appeared in a pine tree nearby in the 15th Century. Our Lady of the Pine became the island`s patron saint. This fine church has a wooden ceiling, stained glass windows and an ornate Rococo altarpiece. Above the altar is a 15th Century statue of the Virgin Mary. Pilgrimages are made here every year and there is a procession on the 8 September. A room in the church contains the Virgin`s clothes.
If you lift your eye and look at the balconies you will find something marvellous. The wodden wonder is fantastic and they give you a lot of pleasure for your eye.
This is a small and historical town, with plenty of religious history. In Teror you will see the traditional Canarian architecture, white houses with grey, exposed stonework and hand-crafted carved wooden balconies, along cobbled streets.
It's so beautiful and peaceful to go walking in this quiet city, and just admiring the architecture.