We recommend the best tourist destinations that you absolutely must see
WHAT TO VISIT ON THE ISLAND OF TENERIFE
Garachico is located in the north-east of the island of Tenerife, where it occupies an area of about 30 km² in the region of Icod-Daute-Isla Baja. Over half of its territory is covered by Canarian pine, volcanic landscape and an ancient cliff that separates the historic center from the hinterland. Garachico boasts a rich architectural heritage of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries very well preserved, so much so that it was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1994.
Teide National Park
The Teide National Park is an ideal place to test the constructive creativity of the local volcanoes. Located in the center of the island of Tenerife, this 15-kilometer-diameter amphitheater, the result of countless eruptions, boasts the highest mountain in Spain, the Teide at 3,718 meters. The variety of services available to tourists makes Teide an ideal destination for the whole family.
If you want to get to know the Tenerife countryside, beyond the tourist centers, a visit to the village of Masca is inevitable. Enclave of unique and wild nature, located in the heart of the Teno massif, in the north-west of the island, Masca will surprise visitors with its well-kept houses and cobbled streets, examples of living rural architecture of Tenerife.
Rural Park of Anaga
Anaga is a massif of mountains with sharp edges and deep gorges, covered in a green mantle of laurisilva and dotted with charming villages here and there. All this, less than an hour's drive from La Laguna, a Unesco World Heritage city, and from the capital and main port of the island of Tenerife, Santa Cruz. Exploring Anaga is traveling to a place with a strong rural flavor and a bygone era.