What to see?
- The historic centre was declared a National Historic–Artistic Monument in 1982. Highlights of the buildings include the Parish Church, with its neoclassical façade flanked by two lateral towers. Inside there are some major works of art, including altarpieces and statuary by the sculptor José Luján Pérez, native of the municipality.
- La Casa de Los Quintana, located in la Plaza Mayor de Guía and dating from the seventeenth century, is another example of the typical architecture of the municipality. It has a particularly attractive balcony in the Canary Islands–Mudejar style, as well as a coat of arms with the surnames Guanarteme and Quintana.
- La House of Néstor Álamo in la calle San José is another place worth visiting. This is a house built in the seventeenth century and recently restored by the Cabildo Insular and the Guía Town Hall to be used in the future as a museum dedicated to this author. The Craft House, which is in the actuality the tourist information office.
- Special Natural Reserve of El Brezal, whose flora is made up primarily of laurels, holly and different varieties of heath.
- El Cenobio de Valerón is an archaeological site that was declared a Resource of Cultural Interest in 1978. El Cenobio was a large fortress granary where the pre-Hispanic population stored its surplus in hollows dug into the rock.
- El Tagoror del Gallego is another of the island’s archaeological sites, and consists of a semicircular area in which there are three thrones made from stone extracted from the mountain. The thrones are surrounded by what may have been a form of seating, and it is thought that the area may have been a "Court House".