In the Teide National Park (World Heritage of Humanity), grows one of the best kept secrets of the entire island of Tenerife: The Teide violet. Of very characteristic purple flowers, this plant is endemic of zones superior to the 2,500 meters of altitude, as the stony slopes of the Teide or the highs of Guajara.
In 1954 was established the Teide National Park and became the third in antiquity in Spain. Do you know that it is the highest mountain in our country? The whole set is situated over 2,000 meters and has an extension of 18,990 hectares. The mountain gaps are stuffed with volcanic materials, and that is that,
Tenerife is the largest island of the Canary Archipelago. This dream destination is the place chosen every year by thousands of tourists from Spain and the rest of the world. In addition, the Canary Islands receive a large number of tourists at any time of the year, given their privileged climatic conditions. Tenerife is the
Ten years have passed since the Teide was declared a World Heritage Site. An ephemeris like this can be the best pretext to finally make you decide to experience the highest peak in Spain. Located in Tenerife, Teide is not just a volcano. Its height, impressive landscape, and the most amazing rock formations, have given