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The largest island in the Canary archipelago, Tenerife is situated 300 km west of Africa and around 1,300 km from the Spanish mainland. The island's diverse landscape reflects the various climates that can be experienced from one part of the island to the next - and the natural beauty is appreciated by nature lovers, active holidaymakers and families alike. Craggy cliffs rising from the ocean, beaches of fine, coloured sands, mountainous desert landscapes overlooking luscious green valleys, quaint secluded villages and pulsating harbour cities - it's all here just waiting to be discovered.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

With approximately 222,000 inhabitants Santa Cruz de Tenerife is not only the island's capital but also Tenerife's largest city. Many decide to explore the impressive old town with its many landmarks and attractions on foot, making regular detours into the many air conditioned stores or enticing cafes. The city's busy harbour also draws many visitors.

El Teide

The impressive height of 3,718 m makes Mount Teide not only the tallest mountain in all of Spain, it also makes it the largest formation rising from the Atlantic and the largest peak in the European Union that isn't part of the Alps. A cable car goes almost all of the way to the top, an area that is often covered in snow despite the island's mild year round climate. Needless to say, the view from the peak is simply breathtaking and always worth the trip. Surrounding the mountain is the 'Parque Nacional del Teide y de las Cañadas' (World Heritage Site and National Park) - a must for nature lovers.

Masca Canyon

The Barranco de Masca is perfect for hiking enthusiasts wanting to discover the Teno mountains. Those more enthusiastic about the view of the canyon than hiking to a vantage point can see it from the car when driving from Buenavista del Norte.

Las Teresitas

Not far from Santa Cruz, behind the quaint village of San Andrés, a 2 km stretch of sandy beach known as Las Teresitas awaits. The light coloured sands are imported and have been added atop the darker volcanic sands found elsewhere on the island. A popular spot for relaxing and working on the holiday tan.

Loro Parque

Covering 125,000 sq.m., the spacious enclosures and landscaped grounds of the Loro Parque parrot park located on the outskirts of Puerto de la Cruz have made it famous around the world. In addition to being the largest collection of parrots on the planet, the park also has an aquarium with a viewing tunnel, over 200 penguins of varying subspecies and many other zoological and botanical attractions.

Jardin Botánico

The south-east part of Puerto de la Cruz is home to the Jardin Botánico - a botanical garden that literally traces its roots back over two centuries. Covering approximately 25,000 sq.m., it includes shady oases of tranquillity, lots of exotic flowers and fruit trees from all over the globe and a large pond that is home to various plants, water lilies and turtles.