The Canary Islands are currently one of the places with the lowest rate of covid-19 infections per 100,000 inhabitants in Spain and, therefore, one of the safest tourist destinations in Europe in terms of health.
Due to the health regulations imposed by the Government of the Canary Islands on the Covid19 standard, the accommodation is completely disinfected for each guest entry and exit.
WE REMEMBER OUR TRAVELLERS THE RULES OF ACCESS AND CONDITIONS IN THE CANARY ISLANDS: According to the new regulations of the Canary Islands Government, from 14th November 2020, guests must present a NEGATIVE PCR test, together with their identification, carried out at least 72 hours in advance.
Free insurance from the Canary Islands Government
To further increase the safety of travellers arriving in the archipelago, whether nationals or foreigners, they will be covered by travel and health insurance which will cover the costs of both medical assistance, relevant tests, repatriation, late transfer or expenses after an extended stay in the Canary Islands if a quarantine has been decreed for the traveller. More information in the following link:
In addition, it should be noted that security measures are taken on the islands:
-Social distance of 2 metres between people.
-Mandatory use of approved surgical masks at all times both in the street and in any establishment.
-Limitation of social gatherings and to a maximum of 10 people.
-Smoking is forbidden on the streets or in public spaces where the physical distance of 2 metres cannot be maintained
The volcanic origin of the island of Tenerife has created in its encounter with the sea beautiful black sand beaches and spectacular cliffs. Tenerife has almost 350 kilometres of coastline and more than 140 beautiful beaches, natural and artificial, bathed by the Atlantic Ocean.
There are quiet family beaches, very lively, full of people and fun, and hidden, wild, almost lonely beaches for the more adventurous.
Due to its volcanic origin many beaches are black sand but there are also beaches with light or blond sand, preferably in the south of the island.
All Tenerife’s beaches are noted for the purity of their waters, which are constantly renewed by the sea currents.
Located in the municipality of Icod de Los Vinos on the northern slope of the Teide.
The Cueva del Viento-Sobrado underground complex with more than 17 kilometres of topography is the largest tunnel or volcanic tube in Europe and the third largest in the world. It was originated by flows of the Pico Viejo volcano, located next to the Teide.
The Cueva del Viento has a great internal complexity with three different levels of passages and several exits. It has a wide representation of geomorphological structures, such as chasms, terraces and other lava formations.
The visit to the cave requires walking shoes (preferably boots), starts at the Visitor Centre, lasts approximately 2 hours and the total walk is 1,200 metres. A vehicle brings the group (maximum 15 people) to the vicinity of the cave entrance. It is necessary to make a short walk through an area of medium sized crops and pine trees and along an old royal road, before entering the cave.
It can be visited from Tuesday to Saturday from 9:30 to 16:00 by booking in advance on 922 815 339 or on the website:
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