After taking the fort, the army prepared to move inland, later capturing the native kings of Tenerife and presenting them to Isabella and Ferdinand.
In 1927 the Crown ordered that the capital of the Canary Islands be shared, as it remains at present.
Then the inhabitants of Santa Cruz used the former insult to identify as residents of the new capital, at La Laguna's expense.
About one hundred years before the conquest by king Juba II, the title of mencey was given to the monarch or king of the Guanches of Tenerife, who governed a menceyato or kingdom.
Although the traditional dates of conquest of Tenerife are established between 1494 (landing of Alonso Fernández de Lugo) and 1496 (conquest of the island), it must be taken into account that the attempts to annex the island of Tenerife to the Crown of Castile date back at least to 1464.
For this reason, from the first attempt to conquer the island in 1464, until it is finally conquered in 1496, 32 years pass.