Outside its borders, the island of Tenerife is, on its own merits, a territory full of places worth visiting. Obviously, a stop in the Teide National Park is a must if you want to stroll through a landscape that looks like something out of another planet, and even climb to the summit of the highest peak in Spanish territory. The island offers great contrasts in climate and landscape, from the sunny beaches of the south to the rocky, black sandy beaches of the north, passing through the pine forests and forests of the midlands and historic towns such as La Orotava, Garachico and Puerto de la Cruz, where tourism began on the island, and not forgetting the capital itself, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, full of commercial and leisure activities.

For more information about Santa Cruz and Tenerife, we recommend you visit the island's tourist website.