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With an area of 46,612 hectares, the Corona Forestal Natural Park is the largest protected natural area in the entire Canary Islands, a large part of which is in the municipality of Guía de Isora.
The Corona Forestal is a lush forest of pines and other high mountain plants that surrounds the Teide National Park. In the past it was used for forestry, but today it is a large natural park where you can enjoy various outdoor activities.
It is an ideal area for hiking and observing the numerous plant and animal species.
Due to its large extension, you can discover the diversity of this park, from a dense pine forest to vegetation characteristic of higher altitudes, and if you continue to climb, you will reach the Teide National Park.
Remarkable gorges, caves and lava flows are elements you will find in this landscape surrounding such a magnificent volcano that makes this place unique in the world.
There are endless possibilities for activities in this park, such as stargazing, picnicking, cycling, exploring – there is something attractive for all interests in this great Corona Forestal Natural Park.
It is undoubtedly one of the most important landscapes in Tenerife and can be reached from the municipality of Guía de Isora.