Through a creeping sea of cloud, fog and rain is one of the wettest regions of the island, Anaga. Located in the North East, it is thought to be one of the oldest areas of Tenerife, formed by many volcanic eruptions around 10 million years ago.
Mountains and laurel forests populate this area. The silence is part of the attraction and altered only by the occasional chirping of a bird as you stroll the miles of woodland trails while discovering impressive ravines and. beautiful panoramic views such as the wonderful vantage point of the Mirador Pico del Inglés.
To enjoy this, magical setting, you don´t necessarily have to walk the well marked trails you can travel to where the land meets the sea and sheer cliffs fall into the ocean easily by car. This hasn´t always been the case and in the relatively recent past many places were only accessible from the sea.
Taganana on the coast is famous. It is visited daily by many tourist coaches who stop for lunch at the delicious fish restaurants then go on to admire the wonderful collection of wild and beautiful black sand beaches.
Finally, UNESCO has acknowledged Anaga’s enormous potential by recognizing it as a Biosphere Reserve.
Anaga is pure poetry, a symphony of sounds, colours, aromas and incomparable beauty. In a word, Anaga is PARADISE.