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The Canary Islands, the Spanish archipelago on the northwest coast of Africa. The rugged volcanic islands of pristine white and black beaches. Tenerife the largest island, active volcanoes, and sometimes snowy mountains. Teide owns astronomical observatory, part of the Teide National Park. The capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife a grand carnival held in Tenerife before Lent.
Canary Islands Dramatic landscape
The year, the Canary Islands mean whether in summer or winter. Enjoy dramatic landscapes and diversity through the mainland. Experience near-perfect temperatures. Marvel at Gomera, the inner mountain of Gran Canaria in Pine Mountain National Park. Subtropical plant of La Palma Falls. Compare this prosperity with the extraordinary arid plain flanking the Tenerife’s El Teide. Dotted with cactus, bushes and much of goats in the lava fields of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.
Canary Islands National Park And Best Beaches
Teide National Park
The largest park in the Canary Islands. A priority on the list to visit Tenerife National park.
The unique crater, volcanic and petrified lava river landscape. Surrounds the impressive silhouette of the Tide Volcano at 3,718 meters above sea level. Provides many organized services for visitors. Can discover and enjoy this part. A convenient road network throughout the park. Two visitor centres, revealing the park’s secrets. A bar and a restaurant to cool, enriching the whole The panoramic view of the park. Provides an extensive network of trails for visitors who want to explore more parks. Two types of accommodation. Parador Hotel Las Cañadas del Teide and Refuge de Altavista, at an altitude of 3,270 metres.
Timanfaya National Park, Lanzarote
Every visitor to Lanzarote must visit Timanfaya National Park. A quarter of the island covers a spectacular volcanic landscape. The six-year continues of volcanic eruptions between 1730 and 1736. A small volcanic eruption in 1824. Estimated scale of the volcanic eruption has 2,000,000,000 cubic meters of lava. Sprayed from over 100 volcanoes to fertile land and villages, and restoration of new land from the sea. Most volcanic eruptions occurred 300 years ago. The dry climate of Lanzarote means that the volcanic landscape has remained unchanged since then.
Gran Canaria: the sand dunes of Maspalomas
The third largest island in the Canary Islands is Gran Canaria. One of the most popular destinations for European tourists, those who seek winter sunshine and charming and charming beaches. The beach displays images of warm oceans, sandy beaches, and stunning yellow sand dunes. Characterized by one of the most accessible sand dunes on Earth Gran Canaria.
Playa de la Tejita – the longest natural beach in Tenerife
Playa de la Tejita is the largest natural beach on Tenerife. Found on the south coast between Los Abrigos and ElMédano. Montaña Roja in the Western end. A huge rock that is dark red in the sun and dominates the landscape. Creating a special atmosphere in Playa de la Tejita.
No buildings, restaurants or other services on the beach beside a small bar. This spacious black sand beach, which reserved for nature. The beach and the striking scenery perfect for a walk along the promenade. Sun worshippers who prefer remote places will appreciate it here. An excellent resting space the small rock configuration provides. Uninterrupted loneliness and prevents occasional winds.
Fuerteventura beaches are majestic
Dark blue, bright or bright: these are the colors you can find on Fuerteventura Beach. Heading along the coast of the Canary Islands met much water sports enthusiasts on the beach. Strong winds and the interesting underwater world. Ideal for a variety of water sports in Fuerteventura. The place not just for water sports, also vacation packages. Nature lovers who enjoy the beauty and activities offered by Fuerteventura. Those who seek a thriving oasis perhaps It will only disappoint. The vast beaches and the ancient volcanic landscape of Fuerteventura.
The year, the Canary Islands mean whether in summer or winter. Enjoy dramatic landscapes and diversity through the mainland. Experience near-perfect temp…