Playa de Antequera
The edge of the Tabaibas From the mountainous heights of Anaga Park we descend through the impressive gorges to appreciate some of the worlds’ oldest and most unique vegetation. Following this fairly easy descent, we walk approximately 7km, reaching the coast at a sandy beach with crystal clear waters, where you can swim in the peace and tranquillity of the sea. We return to Santa Cruz by boat, where you can enjoy he gentle rocking of the waves. You will enjoy a wonderful and unforgettable experience that will make this day one of the best of your trip.

  • Distance: 7 km
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Difficulty: Easy

El Semaforo

The Atlantic Balcony
Will we visit a small village full of local charm, surrounded by tropical plants, a small oasis between deep ravines. We will climb nearly 400m via a fairly steep man made track carved into the volcanic rock. After the exertion of climbing this small but steep track you can appreciate the impressive views from this unique and special place overlooking the coast of Santa Cruz.

  • Distance: 5 km
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Difficulty: medium-high


In the arms of Cedro
In 1856 astronomer Charles P. Smyth stayed at the top of the mountain for some months to study astronomy and meteorology. In the 20th century, Jean Mascart climbed to the same place to study Halleys’ comet and was so impressed by the weather conditions he proposed building an international observatory at Guajara. At 2,718 meters high, Guajara or the Guajara Mountain is the point in witch the amphitheatre of Las Cañadas del Teide in Tenerife was constructed. It is the third highest mountain in the Canary Islands, apart from Teide and the Pico Viejo, situated in the same National Park.

  • Distance: 12 km
  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Difficulty: High

Alto de Guamaso

At the feet of the volcano
You can enjoy this unique place along with others, such as Rosalillos de Cumbre, Retamas del Teide, Hierba Pajonera and watch the hawk flying above the sea of clouds and the Orotava Valley. Also it is an excellent place to observe the change from local pine forest to the scrub land of the high mountains.

  • Distance: 3 km
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Difficulty: easy

La Fortaleza

Climbing the Cumbre
Following this route we see the north face of Teide, from its beginning at La Cañada de los Guancheros through to its end at Riscos the la Fortaleza. The vegetation is comprised of pine and cedar between the steep walls while from the road we can see the laburnum and broom. La Cañada de los Guancheros and La Fortaleza are two milestones in our cultural heritage.

  • Distance: 12 km
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Difficulty: Easy