The Vallebrón Protected Landscape is characterised by an elongated ridge with a razor-back relief, flanked by two large U-shaped ravines. The easternmost vortex of the ridge is Mount Muda, a place of historic interest as it contains an archaeological site with a peculiar burial system.
Most of the hermitages to be found on Fuerteventura were built during the 18th century, and they were in large part the work of significant groups of residents. The Villaverde, Tindaya and Vallebrón hermitages, and possibly the beginnings of the Ermita de La Caldereta, date from the 18th century.
Drove through and stopped to take a few pictures, very nice, peaceful place, with very little traffic or people, seemed a lot greener than the surrounding area.