In this cool town near Malabo you'll discover the most typical side of the country.
Small town, big culture.
This is the first village on the road from Malabo to Riaba. With fewer than 10,000 inhabitants, it is located on a small hill crowned by a church from which you can enjoy magnificent views of the town. You'll find plenty of houses typical of Equatorial Guinea on the hillside, with yellow walls and red and brown roofs. Among its main attractions is a large ceiba tree of South American origin, which sports beautiful reddish flowers. The Cacao Festival, held every April 27, is also quite popular, with hundreds of people singing and dancing through the streets, while going through the village from house to house.