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Island of Tenerife

Adeje, one of the largest and most important municipalities in Tenerife, has more than 40,000 inhabitants, most of whom reside on its coast from Las Americas to Playa Paraiso and which boasts the highest concentration of 5-star hotels in Europe. Las Americas, the beating heart of the tourist area is its...

Granadilla de Abona is a town of over 45,000 inhabitants which is 650 meters high on the sea winds through vegetation, small and large population centers up to the coasts of El Medano, in the south-east of the island of Tenerife. It is bordered to the north by the Region of...

A town of 9,400 inhabitants, it is located in a crossroads area of truly impressive naturalistic interests; besides being one of the points of "attack" to the Teide is also the departure of an exciting circuit that, passing through Masca and its luxuriant valleys, will take us (in a next...

La Orotava, a visit that we absolutely cannot miss either from the historical aspect of the island or from the charm emanating from this town of about 42,000 inhabitants suspended between sea and hills. The streets of the town are a succession of buildings of great historical value and locations representing...

Guia de Isora (coast) is one of the island's best kept "secrets": a pristine corner of the coast that enjoys an average annual temperature of 23 ° C, and where the lush tropical flora mixes with a rough volcanic landscape. The Ritz-Carlton Abama, a magical citadel of buildings immersed in a...

Tegueste, a small town on the island of 9,400 souls, it represents the classic crossing site of the most diverse local cultures, on the one hand it represents the wine-growing area par excellence of the far north of the island, on the other it embodies the charm of the North...

The majestic and splendid Teide, we all know it by this name, but in the past the aborigines had called it Echeid or Echeyde. According to legend, it was said that the king of evil, the devil, lived inside the volcano and that he seized the God of sun and light...

In the municipality of Guia de Isora, just a short distance from Los Gigantes, there is a small coastal bay called Alcalà. Its origin is totally linked to fishing, and so it remained until exported agriculture required a large amount of labor; in this way, I moved from a fishing village...

Güimar Güimar is one of the oldest settlements in Tenerife and is a very large municipality, covering about 1,029 square kilometers and borders with La Orotava, Arafo and Fasnia. If you take the highway TF-1 we can easily notice the exit for Güimar, in fact it passes within the country thus dividing...

Puerto Colon, set in the territory of Costa Adeje, is the largest center of nautical pleasure in the south coast. His many initiatives and services related to the sea and all that concerns it are concentrated in this wide gulf occupied by the Puerto Colon Nautical Club. A mirror of the...

Las Galletas, a small fishing village, is located south of the island of Tenerife within the municipality of Arona. Located about fifteen kilometers from the tourist center of Los Cristianos, Las Galletas and Costa del Silencio contend the great summer tourism, without giving up the winter presences that from year to...

Little trip to Puerto de la Cruz? But of course .. those who lived in Milan said so when they decided to spend half a day eating the Genovese focaccia (in Genoa of course), also because the distance was about an hour's drive, the same time you start from Tenerife...

The village of Los Abrigos can be reached from El Médano along the TF 643, a particular road that crosses the small Sahara desert area that offers at times only the presence of bananas, a small farm where they rent horses for local trips, a mega camper now buried that...

Abades Abades is a small town on the south coast of the island that is slowly developing in all its uniqueness. We continue our journey south, coming across a village on the ocean coast dating back to the late 80s. Despite the blinding white of the 800 houses that compose it, we welcome...

Los Gigantes enjoys a fantastic location: the last coastal bulwark before the beginning of the cliffs overlooking the sea whose height varies between 300 and 600 meters in height, climbs up the slopes of the hills in such a way as to spread on the hill almost unnatural. The gigantic cliffs...

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