Beautiful Tenerife

This is the travel blog about beauty and diversity of the Tenerife Island nature

Hiking adventure - hidden gems of Tenerife South

Spain, Los Cristianos

Tenerife South is the most popular part of the island among the tourists and I'd say 90% island visitors stay there. The main reason is the weather and infrastructure with thousands restaurants, bars, cafeterias, hundreds hotels and a the best beaches on the island. Most of the activities and tours you can join in this part of Tenerife.  Surprisingly, the South of the island is not very well discovered by tourists. I don't talk about those swimming pool seals that never leave resort, but even people who want to see the island

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Spain, Acantilados de Los Gigantes

The Teno Mountains is just one of three first volcanic formations that created the Tenerife Island. It lies in the northwestern corner of the island between the towns of Santiago del Teide, Los Silos, El Tanque and Buenavista del Norte. The volcanic massif, arised during the last 5 to 7 million years, is furrowed by deep ravines and finishes suddenly in the sea. From the seaside it forms an area referred as Los Gigantes, the highest cliffs of Atlantic. The villages known as Masca, Teno Alto, Los Carrizales, El Palmar, Las Portelas and

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Hidden gems of Anaga Peninsula

Spain, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Anaga is the peninsula that form the North-East part of Tenerife and it's the wildest part of the island.  In the eastern edge of the island of Tenerife stands the all-natural spectacle of the Anaga peninsula. There was an intense activity of the volcanoes created thousands of years ago, a sharp geology that ended up falling down on high cliffs like those of Taganana. The hard gain access to has brought about this coast has been protected as one of one of the most undamaged of the island, where man has actually only had the ability

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