Los Gigantes in Tenerife, one of the most dramatic coastlines in the world.
The 80m high Roque Nublo, or in English "Rock in de clouds" is without a doubt the most popupar hiking and rock climbing spot in Gran Canaria.
The lost village of Masca is well hidden in a huge gorge, but the views are definitely worth a trip to the northwest of Tenerife.
Imagine yourself walking where these 2 are, in the middle of the stunning sand dunes in Maspalomas. This beautiful piece of nature is located in the south of Gran Canaria.
Puerto de Mogan, also known as Little Venice, is a must-visit during your stay in Gran Canaria.
Pico del Teide is Tenerife's biggest volcano. Take a ride on the cable car to a height of 3.555m and continue your journey on one of the 3 marvelous hiking routes.
Ifonche, Los Pinos, La Caleta... Tenerife is home to numerous paragliding sites. October, November, December, January, February and March are the best months to practice this breathtaking sport.
Teror is, according to many travel guides, the most beautiful old town in Gran Canaria.
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This thousand-year-old dragon tree in Icod de Los Vinos (Tenerife) is by far the greatest treasure of Canarian flora.