The Jardín de Cactus is found on the outskirts of Guatiza, on the road to Mala.
In this tourist centre, an abandoned volcanic ash quarry in the shape of an amphitheatre has been used, in whose terraces one can admire more than 10,000 different kinds of cacti from the Canary Islands, America and Madagascar.
In the centre, stick up stone monoliths that complement the design of the garden. On one side, rises up an old windmill, restored in 1973 by Manrique, in which is produced 'gofio' (corn flour), consumed by the islanders' ancestors. The garden offers visitors several services and a bar-restaurant.