Queenie’s Tenerife BlogA place for news and information that may be helpful or of interest to people visiting the island. This will come from various sources but none of the information will be mine. I will of course give links to the originals in case you see a site that you particularly like and wish to follow.
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Below Mount Teide National Park and spreading seawards down steep hills lays the Corona Forestal Natural Park. This space is protected by law owing to its outreach -over 46,000 hectares-. It is virtually unspoilt, free of human exploitation or settlements; … Continue reading
In 2011 we were all attentive to the media. On the island of El Hierro erupted a volcano under the sea that did not come to the surface. The concern of all the Canaries was such that it became one … Continue reading