Teide National Park is imposing because of its central edifice. Its peak is 3,718 m high, making it the third tallest volcano on the planet, but the majestic Teide is not the only volcano in this space. In fact, it’s surrounded by hundreds of volcanos, which constitute one of the largest and most complete catalogues of volcanism in the world.
Ascending Teide is an experience that should be enjoyed from the moment that we begin our trip. With this route we propose that you make the trip to the highest point in Spain an experience in and of itself. We will guide you through streets, pueblos, pine forests and Teide white broom (known as retama in Spanish) on the way to the Teide Cable Car, the final stage of our journey.
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