A postcard from Tenerife: El Teide – Drago Milenario; Vilaflor – Jardin Botanico. Tenerife and the other Canary Islands are located in the Atlantic ocean about 200 miles west of Morocco and the Sahara Desert. Where tourists come to enjoy Tenerife’s sunny beaches, to discover it’s majestic and craggy volcanic lunar landscape of the Teide National park and richness of it’s folklore.
Tenerife is the largest island of the archipelago. There are most varied landscapes: a mountain range with the mighty volcanic crater Canadas del Teide, with a diameter of 20 kilometers, and the 3.718 meters high Teide in its center; extremely fertile valleys with important cultures of bananas and tomatoes; and a seaside offering as well beautiful steep coasts as wide beaches of fine sand.
Online map of Tenerife