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Teno Natural Park, along with Anaga is one of the oldest areas of the island, so both places have a special magic. The hamlet of Teno Alto is one of those corners that allow you to appreciate first hand the cultural, ethnographic and social legacy of an island with much to offer in terms of rural heritage. Magical landscapes, cave-houses, ancient traditions and a selection of cheeses among the best on the island welcome you to this remote and peaceful place, where until 1972 you could only get there on foot or by donkey....
Buenavista del Norte
It is a quiet municipality in the north of Tenerife, located within the beautiful Teno Rural Park, one of the oldest parts of the island. In its surroundings you will discover a rugged landscape that hides wonderful natural pools where you can swim in summer, and different routes that you can do on foot or by bike to the Isla Baja de Tenerife and the lighthouse at Punta de Teno.
A vibrant city, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a young atmosphere, lots of university life, and beautiful pedestrian streets where you can enjoy the terraces and the many cultural events that make it unique.
The capital, a city protected by the Anaga mountain range, with a fantastic climate that allows you to visit it at any time of the year, discovering its modern architecture and its wide gastronomic offer.
Puerto de la Cruz
A land of contrasts, where the old Canarian houses struggle to rise above the skyscrapers built in the 1970s. With the Teide behind and the sea in front, it is a city that hides very special places. You have to know how to get lost in it ;-)
A charming little town. Dynamised by an attractive cultural offer, it is the best preserved example of the original Canarian architecture and an excellent option for taking a swim and savouring the typical dishes of the area.
A northern jewel that tastes like tradition, with its cobbled streets and carved teak balconies. Back in the day it was the land of Tenerife's aristocracy, today it is an excellent way to reach Teide and to discover the island's gastronomic and wine heritage.