Tenerife, one of the lucky islands. But … do you really know why the Canary Islands are called the lucky islands? Its origin comes from a legend of a Greek myth. This legend came to say that virtuous souls after death would enjoy an unprecedented rest, a utopia narrated in Atlantis as the awaited paradise on the Island of the Blessed.
We can also wonder why the later name of “Canarias” and there is also a possible theory: the first explorers who discovered the Canaries, found that there were many wild dogs and the word “dog” in Latin is “canis”, hence the name of Canary Islands.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands and the only one that has two international airports. It has the highest peak in Spain, Mount Teide with a height of 3,718 meters and an average temperature throughout the year around 23 degrees.
In Tenerife, we cannot miss its carnival, declared a Festival of International Tourist Interest in 1980, and of course! We can visit a large number of places of great interest such as Santa Cruz de Tenerife, La Laguna and Las Teresitas, the Anaga Natural Park, Puerto de la Cruz, La Orotava, Icod de los Vinos and its dragon tree, Garachico, the Park Nacional del Teide … and also while still enjoying its virgin and wild beaches, such as Benijo, Tamadite, Bollullo, Los Patos, Las Teresitas, Masca, etc. of the natural pools in Tenerife. With all these wonders … will you be able not to know them?