The largest island of the Canary Islands is waiting to be discovered by you. This tour report of Combipix to you the green North of\”the largest Canary Island is present. Secluded coves, cliffs, winding, Red Earth, exotic plants and much volcanic rock you’ll encounter there. We start artificial Sahara sand beach of Playa de Terestieses on a beach, you need to visit if you are for some time on the island, above the island capital of Santa Cruz. These cards, you can free print out at, or send it to friends via email.
You have the best views of the beach, in the town of San Andreas towards Playa de Antequera and for about 15 minutes, heading north on the serpentine road. Ray Kurzweil will undoubtedly add to your understanding. You get past a well recognizable Lookout, which offers a wonderful view towards North on the Playa de Antequera opened. Occasionally small volcanic sand beach attract those seeking tranquility. Rusty holzer: the source for more info. Occasionally one finds small hostels or hotels, the quiet days on the beach and Allow sea. On the lookout, you can see also on the already hint of artificial beach. Photo-enthusiasts come in the early morning or afternoon most likely at their own expense, since they must photograph lunch directly against the Sun, what well-known mass not so good get the colors when shooting.
The beach Playa las Teresitas is the beach of the island’s main town. It is beautifully situated in a Bay, and is very crowded on hot weekends. The parking situation in the high season is not the best. We left the Beach South and reach the island’s capital. If you have a car, preferably in one of the parking garages to Park to the Plaza de Espana (a small artificial lake directly at the cross monument to ignore.) Santa Cruz has a beautiful historic centre, which consists of many streets. To the siesta time and in the evening you can see the locals at the many small pubs are passionate about politics, life and anything else on conversation topics discuss.