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Sights, Canary Islands

Some of the best sightseeing wonders in the Canary Islands can be found amongst its incredible natural landscapes. Visit the La Peña viewpoint in Guarazoca to gaze upon breathtaking scenery. Then, soak up the delightful culture in the old towns of Teguise and La Orotava.

Alternatively, reach the summit of Roque de los Muchachos at the top of La Palma. Or, experience horizontal rain in the Garajonay National Park in the heart of La Gomera.

Caldera de Taburiente National Park

If you’re looking to explore the great outdoors, travel to Caldera de Taburiente National Park, where you’ll be greeted by a rugged mountainous landscape. The park receives its name from the Caldera de Taburiente…


Cueva de los Verdes

Cueva de los Verdes, or “the Green Caves”, is an impressively long volcanic tunnel which formed from a lava flow when the (now extinct) Monte Corona erupted. It stretches for six kilometres above sea level…


La Orotava

Sitting on the north-west coast of Tenerife is the old town of La Orotava. It was once home to some of the island’s wealthiest residents, which is reflected by the picturesque architecture of the town’s buildings (some of which date back to the 16th century!)


La Peña

Perched in the municipality of Valverde on the island of El Hierro, the magnificent La Peña viewpoint is not to be missed. It’s located at one of the highest points on the island and presents visitors with…


Parque Nacional de Garajonay

Parque Nacional de Garajonay is located on the island of La Gomera; this incredible green jungle covers around 10% of the island’s surface. It became a national park in 1981 and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Roque de Los Muchachos

Sitting within the spectacular Caldera de Taburiente National Park is the Roque de los Muchachos. It’s the highest peak on La Palma, stretching a massive 2,423 metres above sea level, and can be…


Santa Cruz de la Palma

Santa Cruz de la Palma is the capital city of the island of La Palma and some say it is one of the prettiest places in the whole of the Canary Islands. This historic location is known for its ancient architecture, picturesque city centre…


Teguise’s Old Town

Until 1852, Teguise was the capital of Lanzarote. Sitting in the centre of the island, it has now become a popular destination for sightseers. This old town houses many of the features we associate so well with Lanzarote…


Teide National Park

Situated in Tenerife, Teide National Park is the biggest national park in the Canary Islands, and is home to Mount Teide, the highest mountain in Spain! This dramatic volcano dominates its surroundings, standing at 3,718 metres above sea level.


Timanfaya National Park

The Timanfaya National Park lies in the southwestern section of Lanzarote and is home to the famous Montanas del Fuego (Fire Mountains). This immense landscape was created from over six years of volcanic eruptions…