The city of Garachio is a little gem with its historic buildings, that can be found in the northwest of Tenerife, 60 km from Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It was founded on a peninsula, more precisely a volcanic inlet; and for many years was the main commercial port on the north coast, from where the wine and sugar was taken to the New World. In 1706 the nearby Negro volcano eruption destroyed a large part of the town.
The Pyramids of Güímar can be found in the small village of Güímar on the eastern coast of Tenerife, which is part of the Canary Islands. These still hold mysteries for the archaeologists. Originally there were nine built, but only six can be seen today. For a long time it was thought that these pyramids are simple stone heaps built by the ancient farmers, basically creating terraces...
On the western side of Tenerife there is a small village, Masca, which has extraordinary assets. Beautiful sights await the traveler in Masca: the cliffs, the ravines, the ocean, the hilly landscape, the typical buildings, and the palm trees give an indescribable and unforgettable experience. Masca, the forgotten village, lies amid beautiful surroundings.
Situated on the island of Tenerife, Teide National Park (Parque Nacional del Teide) is one of the most visited national parks of Spain. Its highest point is the Teide volcano (3,718 m) that happens to be the highest peak on Spanish soil. Teide National Park lies around Mount Teide, the highest mountain of Spain and its islands of the Atlantic (it is the third largest volcano in the world from its base in the ocean floor to its top)