Environment Puerto de la Cruz

Tenerife is a volcanic island that enjoys a remarkable ecological diversity, consisting of a rich and varied flora (1400 species of plants), beaches of black sand, white, deep ravines, giant cliffs, exotic woods with trails and traditional villages. For its pleasant climate is known internationally as the "Island of Eternal Spring."

Puerto de la Cruz is located in the Orotava Valley, the Gaul the famous German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) visited Tenerife and coming here was dazzled by the beauty of the valley of La Orotava. This huge depression at the foot of the Teide cone extends to the sea its green mantle of banana trees, punctuated by bright spots of the ponds and houses are concentrated in La Orotava and Puerto de la Cruz, at the foot of the park Teide National Park is the most visited Canary Islands, with 2.8 million visitors a year, declared a World Heritage Site in the summer of 2007

The Hotel
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