Cherfe Viewpoint

The most interesting views of Teno

From the Cherfe Viewpoint a 360-degree panorama unfolds of the western side of Tenerife, with prominent aspects visible like Spain’s highest mountain, Teide. Even the view of this volcano is unusual in that it is the less seen western face of the volcano that is visible, rather than the more typical images. In front of Teide lie the Chinyero volcano and the beautiful Santiago valley. Turn around and the sharp edges of the Teno Mountains and the village of Masca appear as well as the islands of La Gomera and La Palma rising over the Atlantic.

A viewpoint close to Masca

The viewpoint itself is formed by two lay-bys facing each other and separated by the TF-346 road, which connects Masca with the village of Santiago del Teide. The lack of facilities is usually compensated by the van-café, which serves snacks and sells local food products from the region. Next to it is a small hill, which has become the most popular place to take pictures of this charming setting.

Source: Hello Canary Islands

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