The Canary Islands are known for its iconic and varied landscapes that are often compared to exotic destinations elsewhere in the world. The Archipelago receives millions of tourists every year, attracted not only by its beaches, but also by its culture and good weather.
Although there are many unique corners in the Islands, we leave you with a list of some that you should visit no matter what, since they reflect some of the Canarian peculiarities:
–The Orotava Valley in Tenerife: The writer Alberto Vázquez-Figueroa compares it with Tahiti. Its mountains and views from the highest point of the island, Pico de Malpaso, offer impressive panoramic views.
–The volcanic landscape of Lanzarote: The sea of consolidated lava threatens to engulf lost roads, creating a unique and arid landscape. The sunsets in Lanzarote are spectacular, with a sky full of lights that inspired the artist Cesar Manrique.
–The mountains of Lanzarote: In addition to the volcanoes of the Timanfaya National Park, there are other mountains that dot the island, such as those preferred by the writer José Saramago.
–The forests of Garajonay in La Gomera: The Garajonay fog creates a magical environment in the laurel forest, a unique vegetation in the world. These forests evoke legends and popular tales of the island.
–the trees of The iron: Famous trees, such as junipers, are widely photographed, but there are also lesser-known trees that are framed in the mist and create a mystical atmosphere.
–Viewpoints with sea of clouds: Fog sometimes spreads over the viewpoints, creating a fluffy white sight, which can only be captured at the right time and place.
–Natural pools and the volcanic coast of El Hierro: The natural pools show the advance of the solidified lava and the incredible shapes it has acquired in the face of the wild waters of the Atlantic. The volcanic coast of El Hierro is wild and surprising.
–Impossible colors in natural puddles: The natural pools of El Hierro have incredible colored waters, creating an almost unreal appearance.
These images show the diversity, richness and magic of the Canary Islands, which make them a favorite destination for many.