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: