On the Island, you will be lucky enough to find unique locations. A 17-kilometre volcanic tube, the longest in Europe; or Mount Teide National Park (declared a World Heritage Site in 2007), a magical spot which each year receives more visits than any other National Park in Spain: over three million.
Apart from its natural treasures, Tenerife has many other spots to offer that are as special and as beautiful as the Island itself. Such is the case of La Laguna, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco; the Lago Martiánez swimming pool complex, designed by the artist, César Manrique; or natural spaces such as Teno Rural Park or the Anaga Massif.
Tenerife is the place to enjoy a great many different beaches, with sand of an enormous variety of colours, the benefits of the sun and the immensity of the coastline. Thirteen of our beaches, which are among the best in the Canary Islands, have been awarded the Blue Flag by the ADEAC for the quality of their waters.
Places with flavour, charm, our own architecture and colour make up the variety of hamlets and villages on the Island. An endless number of quaint spots for you to discover.
Many of the villages and towns of the Island still preserve their historical centres almost intact. Magnificently conserved, some of them show off the beauty of important artistic and architectural sights. Get to know them.
The highest peak in Spain (3,718 metres), declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, is an absolute must. Beautiful and grandiose, it will make you feel very small.