We’re heading towards a hot end to the week according to the Spanish Met Office who are showing a yellow alert for the south, west and east of Tenerife on Friday with temperatures rising to 34 º C. If you’re planning on walking, use strong sunscreen, wear a sun hat and take plenty of water (1½ litres per person min).
Although it’s the most visited place on Tenerife, Teide National Park covers an area of such epic proportions that it can absorb the masses easily. […]
I recently heard some interesting statistics – that 35% of Brits and 41% of Germans like to go walking while they are on holidays – and last weekend, I realised just how easy it is for anyone on their Tenerife Holidays to do just that. […]
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