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Guía de Isora has a great natural wealth and 60% of its territory is under some form of protection.
Ravines of special beauty, volcanic domes, steep cliffs that are a refuge for birds, sea beds recommended for diving and the proximity of both the Cañadas del Teide National Park and the Corona Forestal Natural Park make Guía de Isora a municipality with an exceptional and protected nature that you will love to visit.
For those interested in marine life, Guía de Isora offers excellent snorkelling and diving opportunities.
The waters surrounding the municipality are teeming with colourful fish and other marine creatures, making it a great destination for underwater exploration. In addition, the coast of Guía de Isora is a privileged place for observing cetaceans, such as whales and dolphins.
Natural recreation area
In the municipality you can also find the recreational area of Chío where you can enjoy a picnic day surrounded by nature. This area has tables, benches, barbecues and children’s play areas, making it perfect for a day out with family or friends.
Dreamlike natural landscapes
It is worth mentioning that one of the most striking places in Guía de Isora is the Tejina mountain. This volcanic monument rises between ravines, with a height of 1,055 metres, was once used for agriculture and today is a protected natural environment and a refuge for endangered species.
Trails that will take you to natural wonders
Finally, there are the many official approved trails in the municipality, where you can pass through protected areas that offer a wealth of panoramic views and opportunities to observe wildlife. Visit and discover all the nature that Guía de Isora has to offer.