Mount Teide, a 360º visit to the highest peak in Spain

The giant Mount Teide, 3,718 metres high, rises above the clouds in Tenerife. If you see its peak as you approach the island, you know you’re close to your vacation. On the return flight its majestic and characteristic silhouette says goodbye. This is, without doubt, the icon of Tenerife, the protagonist on postcards and photographs with thousands of memories. Surely you also want to visit this magical volcano again someday. Thanks to new technology, we can bring you closer to the Mount Teide National Park today.

Visit El Teide 360º 

Did you know that many people visit Teide on Google Maps? Our travellers love to share their experiences about this natural wonder and upload countless photos and stories to the famous Google tool. The summit of Teide, by itself, has more than 1,000 reviews. To these must be added those of other places, such as the viewpoint of the Llanos de Ucanca, the Roques de García or the viewpoint of La Fortaleza.

We invite you on a digital trip, comfortable from home, so you can explore Mount Teide for yourself: a visit to one of the most beautiful corners of Tenerife in 360º.

Do you see all the volcanic rock around you? If you approach the summit, you will have an even better view. Take a look behind you, enjoy the infinity of the landscape that surrounds you, with the dark lava flows.

An incredible experience is when you reach the top: you’ll have Tenerife literally at your feet. With a bit of luck you will see the sea of ​​clouds rocking against the hills and mountains of the island and giving you the feeling of floating in a magical paradise. On a clear day, the spectacle is a bit different, because then you can see Tenerife in all its splendor and even other islands, with the Atlantic Ocean colouring the horizon blue. The highlight, of course, is when you can enjoy the sunset or sunrise from Teide; an experience to remember for life.

From the sea to the clouds

The most amazing thing about the ascent to Teide National Park is that you can drive from the beach to the volcano in just one hour. Do not be fooled by the heat of the coast! If you want to climb Mount Teide, it is better to wear warm clothes to protect yourself from the cold. In addition, in summer it is advisable to bring sunscreen and a hat to avoid burns. When you visit Mount Teide in the winter, remember to exercise extreme caution. Inform yourself about possible road closures before driving to the National Park.

360º trip to Tenerife

Mount Teide is not the only place on the island you can visit digitally. Do you want to fly over the Anaga Mountains? See how the beaches of Tenerife look from above? Or maybe you make a short trip to one of the theme parks on the island… No problem, let’s go:

Now that you can almost touch the landscapes and contrasts of the whole island, how about leaving the mouse, keyboard or cell phone and experience Tenerife live?

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