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The Natural Monument of Tejina Mountain


This ancient volcanic dome of 169.7 hectares, which rises between the Guaria and Cuéscaro ravines, is home to endangered species such as the balillo and the corriguela.

This 1,055-metre-high volcanic monument was used by humans for agriculture for many years, but today it is a protected natural environment and a refuge for endangered species.

Its special value lies not only in its natural aspects, as it was also an area of great importance for our Guanche ancestors, who considered this mountain to be a sacred place where they carried out various religious practices.

The Tejina Mountain in Guía de Isora is a cultural and historical site on the island of Tenerife. Visitors can enjoy beautiful panoramic views from the top of the mountain, as well as the opportunity to observe the native flora and fauna of the site.
In addition, there are several hiking trails that allow visitors to explore the area.

It is a stunning spot that combines natural beauty with cultural and historical significance. If you are a trekker it is well worth a visit to this mountain and discover for yourself the value it has to offer.



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