Barranco de Badajoz is a ravine in Tenerife in the Canary Islands and it is said to be haunted and a place where much paranormal activity has been reported.
A photo-essay of the Santa Cruz Carnival on the Island of Tenerife - one of the best and most colourful carnivals in the world - impressions and advice on how best to enjoy the day of the main parade
Chinamada is a tiny troglodyte village in the Anaga Mountains of Tenerife. It has around 30 houses in caves and a restaurant called La Cueva. It is the starting point for a walk to Punta del Hidalgo.
One of the easiest ways to see Tenerife in the Canary Islands is by bus. The green TITSA buses are easy to spot, go to all parts of the island and are very cheap to use.
Tenerife is where bananas, grapes, tomatoes and potatoes are grown in the Canary Islands, many visitors to the island would say, and indeed they are, but many other fruit and vegetables are cultivated there too. It is...
A selection of the best beaches in Tenerife which is a holiday destination in the Canary Islands? 20 of the most popular beaches in the north and the south of the island.
Alcalá has been a fishing village on the south-west coast of Tenerife but it is fast developing into a popular Canary Islands resort. Alcalá is right between Playa de San Juan on the one side and Playa la Arena and...
Experienced hikers will be interested in the tunnel that leads between Cuevas Negras and the Barranco de los Cochinos. It has a water channel flowing in it but is a shortcut between the two ravines.
The Canary islands lying just off the coast of Morocco are actually governed by Spain. This group of volcanic islands that experience all year round sunshine have much to offer visitors from world recognized natural...
Tamaimo is a town in Tenerife surrounded by mountains that have plenty of footpaths that walkers can enjoy. On the top of one mountain is the Cross of the Missionaries.