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British Airways, Iberia, Finnair, Austrian Airlines, KLM
Best Time to Travel
November to March
Modes of Transport
Bus, Taxi, Car
Currency Exchange Rate
1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR
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Teide National Park
This park is centered on the highest mountain in Spain, Mount Teide and was declared as a national park on 22nd January 1954. It is one of the oldest national parks in the country. The park covers an area of 18,990 hectares and has been named as a World Heritage site in 2007. It draws a total of 2.8 million visitors a year and has a wide variety of flora and fauna and animals such as bats, rabbits and the Algerian hedgehog.
As its name implies Siam Park is a Thai themed water park that has been named one of the 10 best in the world. It is 46 acres in size and was opened on September 17, 2008. The rides, buildings and restaurants in the park all have Thai themes to them. It was designed by Christopher Kiessling and its rides include the Vulcano, The Dragon, Wave Palace, Naga Racer, The Giant, Tower of Power and many others.
This small mountain village is home to about 90 people and is located at an altitude of 650 meters in the Macizo de Teno mountains. The village is full of Cyprus and palm trees and lies at the head of Masca Gorge. The trail that leads from the village to the gorge on the beach has increasingly become a popular hiking route with many tourists and locals. The hike takes about three hours one way.
Cliffs of Los Gigantes
This impressive curtain of stone lines the northwest corner of Tenerife and plunges 1600 feet into the Atlantic and is 6 miles long. Its name Los Gigantes means ‘The Giants’. The cliffs are a major tourist attraction and the best way to see them is by boat. If not by boat, then there are three other viewpoints from where you can see the cliffs. One on the main road towards Tamaimo, one above the Sports club and the other on a coastal path around the Hotel Barcelo.
This town is located below a 1500 foot cliff and the area that surrounds it is considered to be the least spoilt coastal area of Tenerife. Most of the town’s charm lies in the fact that its coastline has no beach and is essentially volcano debris. The town has suffered fires, storms plagues and pestilences and a volcanic eruption in 1706 that destroyed half the town and its harbor.
Pyramids of Guimar
These six rectangular pyramid shaped structures were made from lava stone. They are a part of the town of Guimar in the district of Chacona. The pyramids date back to the 19th century AD and only these six have survived out of the original nine. Archeologists suggest that these structures may have been created when the rural population of the 19th century cleared cultivable land of stones piling the stones into these shapes.
The Anaga Mountains covers the north eastern tip of Tenerife. Its rugged pinnacles, rocky ravines and forests are older than the Ice Age and is perfect for hiking and is a great photo opportunity. The homes of the locals on the Anaga Mountains have been carved out of caves and they have lived like this for the past five hundred years.
Risco Belle Aquatic Gardens
Unlike most other gardens this one has a sweeping lawn with tables, chairs, citrus trees and tropical plants. The main house of the gardens has a café serving food and drinks. The aquatic gardens here include herons, dragonflies, a mock lookout tower and benches for relaxing. It is a place that takes you away from the clamour of the coast.
Casa de lo Balcones
This mansion dates back to the year 1632 and its name means ‘the house of balconies’. It has three stories and five balconies while those on the second floor have been made of wood. Its many rooms holds historic photographs and other memorabilia such as artwork and ceramics and also includes a Lagar wine press.
The Pico Viejo was one of Tenerife’s last volcanoes to erupt on a grand scale in 1798. Still seen here today after hundreds of years are the fragments of lava that shot into the air and fell down. You don’t need a special permit to climb Pico Viejo and is quite impressive to do so. It stands at 3,135 meters above sea level and is the second highest peak in Tenerife.