Tenerife is the largest island (2034 square miles) and highest (3718 meters) of the Canary Islands and is called "Island of Eternal Spring", because temperatures here do not fall below 20 ° C and not exceed 30 ° C.
We can say that the island is like a huge pyramid surrounded by beaches of great beauty. The center meets Tenerife El Teide, the highest mountain massif in Spain, with a height of 3718 m. According to mountaineers, the climb to the top is very difficult, because
it starts very close to sea level. The mountain is the symbol of the island and can be seen from any place on Tenerife.