Cliff of Famara

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Cliff of Famara
Cliff of Famara
The Famara Risco  is a large cliff that develops longitudinally along 22 kilometers from Punta Fariones, the far north of the island,
to Morro Hueso near Teguise. Throughout its orography is reached the point of highest elevation of the island, Peñas del Chache, of 671 meters.
The vertical alignment of Risco runs almost parallel to the coast of Graciosa, which is separated by a narrow strip of sea called the River.
Of great environmental interest, the Risco de Famara, La Graciosa and islets close to it, including the seabed, form a unit declared Natural Park of the Archipelago Chinijo.
 

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