10 most beautiful attractions from Tenerife- part 2

loro park

Discover more attractions on Tenerife Island, where the sun is always embracing the ocean and the lovely places are eager to welcoming you!

6. The third largest volcano in the world, Mount Teide is the highest mountain in Spain, rising 3,718 meters (12,198 feet) above sea level.
It was designated a national park in 1954 and now spans 46,612.9 hectares, making it the largest protected area in the Canary Islands (115,183 acres). Take a thrilling cable car journey from the base station at 2,356 m (7,729 ft) to an observation point 40 minutes’ stroll below the top to get to the summit.
From Mount Teide’s summit, you may witness a beautiful dawn that you will never forget!

7. You must stop at Icod de los Vinos if you go through Tenerife’s picturesque northeast. A dracaena tree dating back a thousand years is visible here, representing a true wonder and one of Tenerife’s emblems.
The “El Drago Milenario” is situated within a lush park that is home to numerous lovely plants and offers lovely views of the large tree. Even if horticulture isn’t your thing, you will definitely adore this location!

8. Given that Tenerife lies in the midst of the Atlantic, it may not come as much of a surprise that the island’s coastline is littered with lighthouses.
The Punta de Teno lighthouse is really something special. It stands on a small volcanic outcrop and designates Tenerife’s westernmost point. Only a few plants are struggling to survive in the rock crevices as the untamed Atlantic continues to try to demolish the unstable promontory.

9. Did you know that Tenerife is home to a sizable zoo? The Loro Park (Loro Parque) might be a lot of fun for families to visit. Numerous birds (particularly parrots), gorillas, jaguars, lions, orcas, and dolphins can all be spotted.
The park itself is pretty lovely with its numerous flowers and vegetation. Even though the dolphin and orca swimming pools are rather large, they are unquestionably not the ocean.

10. The Anaga mountain massif, which is found in Tenerife’s northeastern corner, is largely occupied by the Anaga Rural Park (Parque Rural de Anaga). It is close to the municipalities of La Laguna, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Tegueste and occupies a sizable portion of Tenerife with its 14,419 hectares.
The region has remarkable cultural and natural worth, and the harmonious and beautiful sceneries are a result of people and nature coexisting peacefully in the harsh terrain.
The Anaga Rural Park is one of Tenerife’s oldest neighborhoods. There are remarkable valleys and ravines that fall to the sea, a mountain range with sheer, white cliffs, stunning peaks, and fantastic beaches, many of which are only reachable by boat or on foot.

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