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When you think of Tenerife, a couple things that may come to your mind are some of the Spanish island's signature trademarks - Mount Teide, the sun, and of course the intense blue sea.
Tenerife, the largest of the 7 Canary Islands, is a hidden island gem in the Atlantic and a unique destination. While many places claim to be the perfect island getaway, Tenerife takes the experience up a few notches.
La Gomera is one of those places that the second you arrive, you can already feel the magic surrounding you. Here you’ll travel from landscape to landscape, through palm-filled valleys, deep ravines, black sand beaches with crystal-clear waters, and luxuriant ancient forests refreshed with babbling streams. Simply put, La Gomera is a natural paradise.
In addition to its picturesque coastline and tropical atmosphere, Tenerife is also famous for hosting a multitude of colorful and energetic festivals throughout the year. There’s usually at least one festival happening every single month of the year, and with 2018 soon coming to an end, it’s the perfect time to plan which one(s) to attend.
If you’re traveling to Tenerife, visiting the beautiful shores that surround the island should be on your list. From golden sands to volcanic stone, there’s no better way to spend your vacation than exploring and relaxing on the Spanish island’s beaches.
With the hustle and bustle of daily life, it’s easy to find ourselves drifting off into a daydream, envisioning leaving our worries at home and whisking away on a vacation. The trouble may be that we’re not always sure where to go. To help, we’re listing the top four hottest island destinations that you’ll definitely want to visit before the years over.
With over 300 known bird species sighted in the Azores, this is a fantastic, less-explored, bird watching destination. With a central position in the northern section of the Atlantic Ocean, it’s quite possible that you will see several rare migratory species. One of Europe’s rarest birds, the Azores Bullfinch, is often found in a small area of the main island, Sao Miguel.
When it comes to restaurant choices, the options may seem endless. With so much to consider, such as location, hours, or food style, you may be overwhelmed. To help, we've rounded up the ten best restaurants in Ponta Delgado, San Miguel, Azores.
1) Restaurant: Big 21
Address:R. Ernesto do canto Antiga Rua Denasa da graca 17, Ponta Delgada
The new year marks the opportunity for a fresh start and a chance to think about where you want to travel in 2018. To help, we’ve rounded up six bucket list destinations because to be honest, we couldn’t choose just one!
1. Tenerife, Spain
After visiting Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, I recommend it 100%. Why? The culture is an experience in its self. For starters – immerse yourself by speaking to the Czech people, eating the delicious food, and witnessing the landmarks scattered around the wonderful city. Here’s a list of seven recommendations of what to do while in Prague.