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Iles Canaries : parcs et nature

Parc
“One of the most incredible and iconic places in Tenerife. Stunning scenery and breath taking views.”
Recommandé par 193 habitants
Zoo
“A pleasant visit. A special zoo where the animals are very well cared for. Ask us for the tickets and you will save the queue at the box office and you will not pay more for the ticket.”
Recommandé par 157 habitants
Volcano
“Highest point in Spain! You can take the scenic cable car to the top, or hike and stay overnight for the sunrise! it's much colder up there, take suitable clothing! ”
Recommandé par 141 habitants
Parc
“Timanfaya is the symbol of Lanzarote. You can drive through the park many landscapes with your car on the normal road (dir. Yaiza). If you have more time, you can book a guided tour in the very heart of the national park (very touristic so expect a lot of people). You will have to leave your car at the entrance and join the tour's bus through the moon-like lava and the vulcano's calderas. Note it is not allowed to walk/hike/bike in that part of the park.”
Recommandé par 70 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“Jameos del Agua, near Arrieta, this Jameo offers natural surroundings while architecture and even a museum explaining the geological history of the islands, highly recommended.”
Recommandé par 58 habitants
Parc
“ This is a must see place with many walks in the aria, and fantastic views over the island.”
Recommandé par 58 habitants
Cave
“Cueva de los Verdes, a natural cave several kilometers long, impressive being in the bowels of the island, here also lays "The Secret of Lanzarote"”
Recommandé par 38 habitants
National Park
“Most amazing trekking on the Island. Search caldera de Taburiente. 4 hour and 7 Hours hikes yet need taxi or guiding. With a all year river the Caldera is special, also with Native history and spectacular sights.”
Recommandé par 28 habitants
Beach
“The most emblematic beach in Santa Cruz. Its golden sand (brought from the Sahara), calm water and palm trees make it a very popular spot among residents and an ideal option for a family day.”
Recommandé par 67 habitants
Parc
“It's accessible by public transport and is a great place to spend a day. Take food with you and have a picnic or eat in a restaurant on top of the garden - it's great food!”
Recommandé par 35 habitants
Parc
“The Anaga Rural Park occupies a large part of the mountain massif located in the northeast corner of the Island of Tenerife. With an extension close to 14,500 hectares, it covers an important part of the island of Tenerife and extends through the municipalities of La Laguna, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Tegueste.”
Recommandé par 40 habitants
National Park
“Timanfaya, This national park offers the less a peculiar landscape, highly recommended see, advice, go early in the morning because sometimes queue is formed to enter the natural reserve.”
Recommandé par 21 habitants
Zoo
“A subtropical oasis, located in a green valley of palm trees where more than 200 species of birds live, including tiny hummingbirds, toucans, peacocks, hornbills, cranes, flamingos and macaws, along with other attractions such as aquarium, a butterfly house, a cactus garden, a house of orchids.”
Recommandé par 33 habitants
Water Park
“Watery fun for families with a multitude of slides, a kids' area, sea lions & dining options.”
Recommandé par 27 habitants
Lake
“Das vom Architekten César Manrique gestaltete größte Meerwasserfreibad Europas erstreckt sich von der Playa Martiánez im Osten vorbei an vielen Hotels, Bars, Cafés und Geschäften bis hin zum Paseo de San Telmo. Zahlreiche Badelandschaften auf 33 000 qm mit Wasserfontänen, eingebaut in Lavagestein, bieten v.a. Kindern ein angenehmes Planschvergnügen. Öffnungszeiten: 10 - 19 Uhr, Eintritt: € 5,50, Kinder: die Hälfte”
Recommandé par 34 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“The Tamadaba Natural Park is one of Gran Canaria's most pristine areas. Its 7,500 hectares stretch from the highlands down to the coast in the fast west of the island within the Unesco Biosphere Reserve. You can choose between forests of indigenous Canary pine trees, the steep, almost inaccessible, ”
Recommandé par 24 habitants