The omnipresent Teide is, without a doubt, one of the places you have to visit while in Tenerife, but the largest of the archipelago’s islands has so much more that you simply must see. A cosmopolitan, lively capital, historic villas with stone pavements, unique scenery, architectural treasures and even theme parks are all part of the huge cultural and tourist offer on this must-visit island.
It’s home to the tallest mountain in Spain, which is a World Heritage Site, and a stunning landscape that is considered to be one of the most impressive manifestations of volcanism on Earth. These are, without a doubt, the factors that have made this park the most visited one in Europe.
From the heights of the abrupt Anaga mountain range, the kingdom of the dense laurisilva, paths and trails descend the sides of steep ravines down to the coast. A rich natural landscape that co-exists in harmony with traditional Canary Islands hamlets, lending unique cultural wealth to this certified, protected space.
It is a truly gratifying experience to visit this stunning volcanic landscape, created over time through the process of erosion. From the old lighthouse, you can get the best views of astounding cliffs that stretch over the sea at dizzying heights. And if evening begins to fall, then you just can’t leave before seeing the beautiful sunset.
On top of one of the most famous ravines in Tenerife, we find this charming hamlet with traditional houses and cobbled streets built in the little space that is not abyss. A far-off, hidden spot that will definitely make an impression on you. It is, without a doubt, one of the jewels of the Teno Rural Park.
This city has preserved its original 15th-century layout with practically no alterations, meaning that walking along its calm pedestrian streets and admiring its most iconic buildings, many of which have great artistic value, takes us back in time. But the city also has a modern part that is full of shops, restaurants, recreational areas… As well as a lively student scene, as the oldest university in the Canary Islands is located here.
This town is the grand entrance to the Teide National Park. The historic quarter has rich heritage, with mansions and important religious buildings. This charming little town invites us to walk along its cobbled streets and around its gardens while enjoying its still-living traditions, shopping or just having a light snack on one of its terraces.
If you’re lucky enough to come here during the Corpus Christi festivities, you can admire the carpets and pictures created from coloured volcanic sand and flowers carefully arranged on the ground.
For several consecutive years, users have considered Siam Park the best water park in the world. It has a wide array of attractions for all tastes and all ages. There are rides that provide big adrenaline rushes, like the slide that is 28 metres high or the one where you are in complete darkness, with incredible twists and turns or a lack of gravity. But there is also space for relaxing and enjoying the amazing sensation of floating calmly down a tropical river.
Somewhere with facilities and services that meet the highest quality standards and that is perfect for an unforgettable day out with the whole family.