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Let yourself be seduced by its landscapes

This is the largest island of the Canary Islands archipelago from which emerges the highest peak in Spain, the famous Teide, a natural monument that gives its name to one of the four National Parks in the Canary Islands. Its spectacular orography impresses visitors. Except for the valleys of Güímar and La Orotava, the rest of the island is covered with mountains.

The southwest coast of Tenerife is home to many marine species such as whales, dolphins, giant tortoises, killer whales and even blue whales.

Despite being formed by mountains, one of the features of Tenerife is the number of golf courses spread over its entire surface.

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