The beautiful and diverse island of Tenerife is the last of the islands that we are visiting in Island Interludes.
An uplifting testimonial from a Canarian resident and traveller, "I read the Canaries section which is described beautifully, accurately, and with your unmistakable personal passion!" D.Berry. Gran Canaria.
Excerpt: "The only two that we have not visited are the smaller islands of La Palma and El Hierro which both lie to the west of the archipelago. Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, is an isosceles triangular-shaped island with lush, green mountainous terrain in the north that gives way to the more barren coast and hot temperatures in the south.
Tenerife lies to the east of the islands of La Palma and El Hierro and north-east of the island of La Gomera a short ferry ride away which we explored in the last chapter.
Our first visit to Tenerife with close friends was a journey into the unknown. Hiring a car, we explored the island to the full and what a wonderful introduction to this stunningly, beautiful island."
Over the years we visited again and again - twelve times in all - as we escaped to the sunshine from a cold and dreary British winter to re-charge our batteries. There is so much to tell you about our adventures as we left our sunbeds to explore the more hidden jewels away from the usual sun-seekers choices.
Masca Valley; Garachico; Taganana Valley; climbing a mountain like a mountain goat; to Mt. Teide on a scooter, carnival time . . .
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