Over half a million euros is being invested in improving the volcano interpretation centre at Cueva de las Palomas, which should be completed in five months time.
New additions will include interpretive elements, audio visual installations, lighting equipment, projection room and furniture. The intention is to provide visitors with a visually clear image with models and soundscapes.
One innovative idea is the Glass Cave for visitors to sea different volcanic cavities more closely. There will the three levels with a cafeteria, large glazed veranda and exhibition room, and a projection room for up to 70 people. The upper floor has a viewpoint terrace with views of the surrounding area of Las Manchas and the entire Valle de Aridane.
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