Travels

1. Teide Volcano and the National Park

Mount Teide is the highest peak in Spain standing at 12,200 feet. Formed around a million years ago. Lunar landscape, volcanic ashes and rock formations. Incredible views and landscapes. Cable car to upper peak. Cable car cannot be used by people with heart condition's and other related medical conditions.

2. Masca

Road leads from Santiago del Teide, 6 km zigzag drive. Village until recently not accessible by road. Wonderful views and an insight into how Canarian's lived for many years. Popular with hikers who wish to make the 2 hour walk through the gully to the sea at the base of majestic cliffs of Los Gigantes.

3. Puerto De La Cruz

One of the main cities in Tenerife and well worth a visit. The weather is a lot cooler out here and things are less expensive and more authentic.

4. Santa Cruz

This is one of the biggest cities in Tenerife. It's by the coast and has lots of lovely parks, places to eat and markets to shop around in.

5. Pyramids of Güímar

The Pyramids of Gmar refer to six rectangular pyramid-shaped, terraced structures, built from lava stone without the use of mortar. They are located in the district of Chacona

6. Garachico

The Pyramids of Güímar refer to six rectangular pyramid-shaped, terraced structures, built from lava stone without the use of mortar. They are located in the district of Chacona, part of the town of Güímar on the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands. The structures have been dated to the 19th century and their original function explained as a byproduct of contemporary agricultural techniques.

7. Night Clubs

Club
Veronicas, in Playa de las Americas, is the hottest night life location in Tenerife. The whole complex is dedicated to night life. At various other venues in the South, you will find everything from Spanish Dance Shows, Magic shows and Medieval nights to dedicated Jazz programs. Veronicas comes to life from around 22.00 hrs every night. All music tastes catered for as well as an excellent variety of young rock bands and live music. from 01.00 hrs till late.

Castillo San Miguel Medieval Night and Show
Exactly as you saw it in the movies!. Now live. Medieval tournaments, Parades-games-fights and competitions on horseback between knights of that epoch. Enjoy an authentic medieval show accompanied by a succulent dinner, wine and dance with the orchestra show band. Also The Drifters Espectacular. Spend an unforgettable evening with all the family.

Flamenco Ballet The Pyramids International Ballet
Theatre Dance Show. A must when visiting Tenerife. This show is approx. 2 hours of Dance. If you have ever wanted to or seen the Riverdance company, this group of dancers have developed a show which is as good if not better with a Spanish flavour. Dinner can also be arranged at one of the restaurants in this renowned 5 star hotel and conference centre.

Shopping

'Rasto'
(Santa Cruz Flea Market). Sunday mornings 10.00 - 14.00.

African Market

(Santa Cruz) The famous Mercado Nuestra Senora de Africa is a dazzling bazaar of over 300 stalls selling fresh local produce. A short walk from bus station, look out for pink clock tower, get there as early as possible for the best of the fruits and veg. On Sundays surrounding the African Market you will find EL RASTRO FLEA MARKET look out for some high quality leather, hardware and crafts at bargain prices.

8. El Molino Blanco

- one of Tenerife's top restaurants

El Molino Blanco (The White Windmill) has to be one of the top restaurants of Tenerife (and the only one of this calibre in the south).

Situated in the rather nice area of San Eugenio Alto, in Costa Adeje, just west of Las Americas, this establishment is so prestigious, it has been visited, in the past by singers Jose Feliciano and Mariah Carey and, more recently, by none other than Rod Stewart.

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