Discover the scenic beauty and volcanic landscapes of Teide National Park on an 8-hour tour to Puerta da la Cruz. Explore one of the 1st cities to enjoy tourists in the 19th century, and admire its handsome architecture and manmade lakes and pools.
What to Expect
Explore the diverse landscapes of Tenerife on a full-day tour of the Teide National Park and city of Puerta da la Cruz.
Following a pick-up from your hotel (available from hotels in the south of the island), transfer to the National Park of Las Cañadas del Teide, the oldest National Park on the Canary Islands. Travel through the town of Vilaflor, located 1,414 meters above the sea. It is the least populated municipality on the island and has no coast, and was where the 1st Canarian saint, Hermano Pedro, was born in the 17th century.
Continue to Puerto de la Cruz to explore the 1st city to introduce tourism in the late 19th century. Here, you can go to the beautiful Martiánez Lakes to see the lakes and pools designed by the great Canarian artist César Manrique. Explore the commercial hub of Plaza del Charco, or visit the Botanical Garden. See the black sands of Playa Jardín, with gardens and shops also designed by César Manrique.
Learn how this part of the island attracted scientists and European artists, such as Sabin Berthelot and Leopold von Buch in the 19th century.
- Pick-up from hotels in the south of Tenerife
- Guided tour
- Visit to Puerto de la Cruz
What's Not Included
- Cable car ride at Mount Teide