Tenerife has the largest land surface of the whole Archipelago. From north to south the large diversity of landscapes offers the visitor such variety that boredom is inconceivable.
From the extensive pine forests to the large tourist centres, such as Puerto de la Cruz in the north, El Médano, Los Cristianos, Playa de Las Américas and Los Gigantes in the south, where the best hotels and resorts in Spain can be found; passing through modern towns such as the capital Santa Cruz, with is superb auditorium, innovative and original work by Santiago Calatrava, and through charming villages that have not lost their ancient fascination, there is something to suit every taste.
The Teide National Park declared World Heritage site by UNESCO on July 28th, 2007, is an impressive volcanic landscape, difficult to forget. The cable car reaches the peak, and at the exit one of our shops can be found with our products on sale.
Towns and historic urban centres such as San Cristobál de la Laguna, another World Heritage site since 1999, Icod de los Vinos, famous for it Milenium “Drago” Tree, Garachico, Candelaria, Guimar, and Granadilla to mention but a few, are part of the route our Island ancestors followed.
A “journey” through its typical gastronomy is also worthwhile, without forgetting the wine, which every day, is well received both inside and outside the confines of the islands.