Pinos canarios en la corona forestal de chio
Pinos canarios en la corona forestal de chio

Why is Guía de Isora the ideal destination for nature tourism?

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Tenerife is an island full of breathtaking landscapes, from forests and volcanic hills to arid plains and paradisiacal beaches. If you’re a nature lover, enjoy extreme activities, or simply appreciate a good hike with spectacular views, Guía de Isora has everything you’re looking for.

In Guía de Isora, you can discover some of the island’s most important natural attractions, such as the Corona Forestal Natural Park or the Natural Pools of La Jaquita in Alcalá.

Corona Forestal Natural Park of Tenerife

Surrounding the Teide National Park, this extensive natural park is the largest protected natural area and spans several municipalities in Tenerife. It connects with other natural parks and reserves, allowing trekking enthusiasts to explore diverse homologated routes and experience the rich biodiversity of the area.

Within the Corona Forestal Natural Park, you’ll find numerous endemic plant and animal species that can only be found in Tenerife and the Canary Islands.

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Tejina Mountain

Located in Guía de Isora, the Natural Monument of Tejina Mountain is one of the highest points on the island, reaching 1,057 meters in height.

It offers spectacular views of Tenerife’s landscape. The volcanic origin of this place has given rise to deep ravines, showcasing rugged rock formations, vegetation adapted to arid climates, and a variety of nesting bird species.

Sámara Viewpoint

Embark on a route that starts with an ascent to the Sámara volcano, where you can easily admire other volcanic cones, including the Teide and Pico Viejo. Along the way, you’ll encounter several endemic plant species, such as the Canarian pine, which is particularly adapted to the volcanic terrain.

Chío recreation area

In this excellent recreational area, you can enjoy various outdoor activities surrounded by nature.


Playa de Abama Beach

The Abama beach is a small beach with calm waves, protected by cliffs, featuring golden sand and turquoise-blue waters that will leave a lasting impression. It offers amenities such as showers, restrooms, and a restaurant, making it a perfect spot for a day out with family or friends. The beach is also ideal for water sports such as paddleboarding and kayaking.

La Jaquita natural pools and beaches in Alcalá

In Alcalá, you’ll find three black sand beaches and natural pools where you can swim and relax in saltwater, enjoying panoramic views of the sea and the Los Gigantes cliffs.

If you’re looking for a relaxing seaside stroll in Tenerife, the Alcalá promenade in Guía de Isora, connected to Varadero via a coastal path around Punta Blanca, is the perfect choice. Enjoy the sun and the sea as you walk along this beautiful promenade that skirts the coast. It’s also an ideal place for surfing or bodyboarding. And if you stay until sunset, you’ll be treated to an unforgettable view of La Gomera Island.

Playa de San Juan Beach

The Playa de San Juan beach is a hub for various water sports such as sailing and kayaking, attracting both locals and tourists seeking an authentic and laid-back atmosphere. Taking a walk along the San Juan promenade is a delightful experience, offering views of the sea and traditional fishing boats in the nearby harbor. You’ll also find a wide variety of bars and restaurants near the beach, serving local dishes with fresh seafood and fish.

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