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#1 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
And highly recommend to try the amazing sightsee tours with Tuk Tuk They will show you beautiful views from Natural Monument Caldera del Rey and you will know all Costa Adeje coast with a lovely fishing vil...
Some beautiful sights especially the little fishing cove where we saw some huge crabs and the delightful farm where we bought fresh bananas and peaches and Paul made us the most delicious smoothie .
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Oby Catamaran Corralejo
#2 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Perfect experience from start to finish, professional crew looked after us extremely well, food was amazing, views were stunning and the water sports a lot of fun, very good value for money, will definitely do again
We swam in the beautiful sea and enjoyed the the view of Lobos.
#3 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Fantastic views and mountain scenery with some great walks ideal for walkers and photographers which i do both so this to me was a fantastic day out.
Once at the summit you'll see all the various telescopes, you can drive right up to the top where there's a car park then a short walk to the most spectacular view points where you really are on top of the world.
#4 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
very profesional and friendly team (in the office, on the ground and in the air) great views of Tenerife, i did the beaches and ravines trip which was great.
Flying for the first time on a helicopter was amazing by itself, but adding the stunning view of the south Tenerife from the air made this experience unique.
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Wayout Room Escape Las Palmas Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
#5 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Bosque del Cedro Hermigua
#6 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
A gorgeous forrest that we spent a day exploring simply stunning views next time we will do some of the walking trails
But on a clear day you have a fantastic view down to Hermigua.
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Pico de las Nieves Gran Canaria
#7 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
... the woods (which is mainly flat easy terrain and then a bit rocky - but all very doable in normal trainers) with the most beautiful scenery en-route including a good view of the Roque Nublo in the distance.
... toilets and bar (LDNP take note) The walk itself is stunning, walking through pine forests at over 6000 feet, lava fields, boulder fields, views over the surrounding mountains and across to Teide in Tenerife.
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#8 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Hiking at this place is a unique experience... Breathtaking views into the Caldera and absolute silence so you hear fellow hikers 100s of meters away before seeing them.
Would definitely recommend going as the view point at the top offers incredible views, possibly some of the best on the island.
#9 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Usually we walk to the old harbour in Puerto del Carmen but decided to explore a little more Lovely walk with stunning views of the sea Def worth the walk as Puerto del calero is idyllic!
... steps which zig zag for a considerable distance.Quite steep over the rugged coastline,but a fantastic view awaits on your descent into Puerto Calero.Some fabulous yachts and high end shops here.A bit of a mill...
#10 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
A fascinating building design, superb views, well maintained garden, and an excellent restaurant make for a truly memorable visit.
-Beautiful jaw dropping views -Set in a garden designed by a prominent canarian artist -roads easy to drive to it -full facilities, toilets, gift shop, cafe and restaurant -views from inside too if weather is not...
Taganana Taganana
#11 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Perfectly paved windy roads lead you up to Taganana for amazing views, old world small town, you need a very small car in town, streets are two way but only 1 car fits so it makes for a very tricky drive, charming...
View of the ocean and mountains is just breath holding. 2 km away is Almaciga - beach with clean black sand and ad least two very good restaurants with seafood and live music.
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#12 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Recommend buying the 7€ ticket at the tower & exploring the range of monuments/ sites his permits access to, all within walking distance.
La Laguna's historical center was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999 The city was the ancient capital of the Canary Islands, La Laguna lies right alongside the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, thus th...
Vegueta Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
#13 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
There are great shops and restaurants, plus the Santa Ana cathedral, the Christopher Columbus sites, and the best Guanche museum in the islands.
Walking through and around the old town district to view the 15/16 century architecture, the many tapas restaurants, the theatre or the artisan shops is highly recommended, during a 3 day visit we spent many hours...
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#14 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
What makes it memorable are the walking trails that are all marked and offer stunning views of the valley, the coast and looking across to Mount Teide in Tenerife.
The morning sunrise with a view to El Teide was breathtaking.
#15 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Our hotel was very close to this lovely park, and so we were in it at least twice a day, going to and from the city sights and shops, to the tram stop, or just for an evening stroll.
#16 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
So, a brilliant walk with brilliant sea views throughout, passing all the brilliant beaches of the town.
Beautiful paseo and very relaxing, lots of people all around you with places to eat or drink if you prefer to just view the sea and the coast.
#17 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Absolutely lovely little marina with restaurants/pubs/coffee shops/small supermarket and selection of little shops perfumes/shoe shops etc It also has a small market twice a week amazing views well worth a visit
A stunning place to visit, could easily stroll around here for hours and take in the sights.
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Mirador de Puerto de Mogan Puerto de Mogan
#18 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
amazing place nice tapas bars great marina will be back great scenic views and marina apartments great place to stay would willing recommend
The view over the Puerto de Mogan is excellent and worth taking a camera and binoculars
#19 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
The nervous tourist might find the roads beyond here a bit narrow, but just take it steady, the views are SO worth it.
Great view of this valley and surrounding area
Puerto Street Art Puerto de la Cruz
#20 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Mirador Morro Velosa Fuerteventura
#21 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
We often visit the mirador on our Moto, and always take visiting family as the roads are great fun, the views amazing but the hot chocolate is the best!
There was an exhibition which explained the full history and geography of the island as well as the opportunity to experience amazing views.
#22 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
superb views and kept so wonderfully clean and tidy ( unlike blackpool) The lighthouse at 1 end and a smallish beach with usual array of shops,bars, restaurants at other.
After winding around a bit the beach cove comes into view with its strip of restaurants and cafes and beyond the ground rises steeply again at the beautifully green golf corse like an oasis in the otherwise barren...
Anfi Playa Patalavaca
#23 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Wonderful views of the top, exceptionally build surroundings, great feel of the white-gold sand, amazing waters and great atmosphere!
Amazing views, clean and spacious with 2 jacuzzis 4 bathrooms 3 large bedrooms lovely long balcony with sea view.
#24 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
... from the refreshing simplicity inside the Basilica to the openness of the courtyard outside, the history of the past kings of Tenerife, the sea views and refreshing breeze all make for a very pleasant visit.
Disabled access to the Cathedral is very good & it is easy to move around inside to view all its magnificence.
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#25 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Old Town Harbour Puerto Del Carmen
#26 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Oh I love the old town, Perfect place to stay, The walk along the harbour is beautiful, Restaurants and bars are amazing and have perfect views, We walked to the top by the villas and the view is unreal its a must,
Tucked out of the way in the old town, lovely scenic views out across the harbour and mountain backdrop, lots of lovely coffee shops and white and blue picturesque houses,well worth the visit..
Morro del Jable Morro del Jable
#27 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
The mountains provide a stunning backdrop to Morro Jable and with plenty of hiking routes one can see some truly stunning scenery, beautiful views and if you are lucky other Canary islands.
Love this place..We have been already at Jandia Beach 7times,everytime we walk to morro jable we see an amazing view.. Love the water colour and the fine Sand.
Meson el Monasterio Los Realejos
#28 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Take a walk around the gardens and encounter chickens, peacocks, ducks and the occasional horse rider and fantastic views.
The entire park with different restaurants it offers a really nice experience: the view is great, good is awesome, the farm with peacocks and aloe vera...so totally worth it!!!
#29 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
Elevation in the mountains is challenging, especially for my daughter, but the view of the mountains and the view is worth it.
A Basilica, a building thats signifiys the importance of the site, where some local peasant had a vision of the Madonna sitting in a pine tree.
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#30 of 449 Sights & Landmarks in Canary Islands
this place is a must on this island , its truly breathtaking , took a bit of a trek to get to but well worth the 3euros to visit , you feel like your on top of the world visiting this place , the views are incredi...
Another wonderful building and a great view...went at end of a cloudy day but the sun came out and long shadows and great colours