Mount Teide, Spain's highest peak, rises skyward in the center of Tenerife. It is the world's third highest underwater volcano, reaching 3,715 meters above sea level and 7,500 meters above the sea floor. The unique volcanic terrain, with its caldera and oddly shaped rocks, is home to a wide variety of endemic species, creating a uniquely beautiful landscape. The accessibility of the area, which can be reached by a ropeway all the way up to the ninth station, has made it one of the most popular tourist spots in Spain, visited by travelers from all over the world.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Tenerife is blessed with abundant natural beauty, including the Teide volcano, Spain's highest peak, as well as a World Heritage site, the ancient capital of Tenerife. This resort island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain, with a mild climate, white sandy beaches, and sophisticated hotels where you can spend a relaxing time all year round.