We stayed in a small cabin with a smidgeon of outside smack in the middle of town.
We had a great walk up the the valley, through a ravine with a river flowing down. It was crossed by numerous rickety bridges with lovely views to dawdle over.
The walk down the other side of the valley was not as good but pleasant enough. It is graced by the magnificent tall palm trees. Sadly, where the ground has been cleared for grazing and farming, there are NO young trees only struggling older ones and increasing numbers of bare trunks. In the as yet uncleared ravines, the palms appear to be flourishing still, with many younger palms apparent.
The town was pleasant and had a buzzy, quirky tourist street that was fun for early evening promenading.
We treated ourselves to a meal in this fantastically decorated restaurant.