Tenerife, Canary Islands
Scattered 300 miles across the Atlantic Ocean lie Spain's Canary Islands. This volcanic archipelago is quite diverse due to the age difference among the islands. The largest of the seven Canary Islands is Tenerife. It is approximately 790 square miles in size and dominated by Mount Teide, the highest peak on Spanish territory. Called the "Island of Eternal Spring" by the locals, Tenerife offers idyllic weather, fragrant fruit trees and charming locals.
This lush valley stretches from the base of Mount Teide to the Atlantic Ocean. Walk the lush gardens and take in the views of the valley.
Cañadas del Teide National Park
Enjoy the scenic views of the 12,198-foot Mount Teide on a drive up to this dormant volcano.
Puerto de la Cruz
Explore the shops and cafes in this popular resort area.