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Tenerife Island

The island of Tenerife covers an area of more than two thousand square kilometres, has the volcano Teide, 3,718 m high, the highest volcano in Spain, three large mountain massifs, two beautiful valleys and countless beautiful excursion destinations. It also has one of the best climates in the world, the subtropical climate. In general, the coast enjoys mild and pleasant temperatures almost all year round: between 19ºC and 24ºC in winter and between 22ºC and 28ºC in summer.



  • Tajinaste Rojo del Teide

    The red tajinaste, also called Sangre del Teide, is native to the Canary Islands, especially Tenerife. It is a shrub that forms a rosette of very dense, lanceolate leaves, the lower ones being longer than the upper ones and silvery in colour. The flowers are coral red, hence its name, and are pointed. It can…

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  • Cueva del Viento

    The Cueva del Viento-Sobrado is located in the municipality of Icod de Los Vinos, on the northern slope of Mount Teide.The Cueva del Viento-Sobrado underground complex is the largest volcanic tunnel or tube in Europe and the third largest in the world, with a length of more than 17 kilometres. It was formed by lava…

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  • Drago Milenario

    The Drago Milenario de Icod de los Vinos is one of the most important natural symbols of Tenerife and the Canary Islands. It was declared a national monument in 1917. It is considered to be the oldest in the Canary Islands, but as dragon trees do not have a woody trunk (no annual rings), it…

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