The Why, Where and How of Camping in Tenerife

Camping on Tenerife is a completely different experience "“ dark threatening clouds are replaced by twinkling night skies, muddy fields replaced by fragrant pine...

By |June 18th, 2012|Activities, Environment, Featured, Nature, Newsletter, Rural Scene|0 Comments

Walk this Way, El Palmar

As far from the tourist trail as you can get, both physically and metaphorically, walking around El Palmar will open up a world where osprey circle overhead and the air is filled with the tinkle of goat bells.

By |May 15th, 2012|Newsletter, Rural Scene, slideshow|1 Comment

Arona Rolls Out The Green Carpet For Walkers

Nipping out for some shopping takes on a whole new meaning when faced with a two hour downhill trek.

By |January 19th, 2012|Activities, Newsletter, Rural Scene|3 Comments

Walk this Way, Santiago del Teide

As we emerge from the stifling heat of late summer and the first rains of the autumn feed the earth, turning brown to green and filling the air with the promise of new growth, it’s the perfect time to head into the hills of Santiago del Teide and visit the delightful Erjos Pools.

Why this way?
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By |October 6th, 2011|Featured, HomepageOnly, Newsletter, Rural Scene|0 Comments

Making Hay While The Sun Shines at Día de la Trilla

Sunshine and hay are two commodities they're not short of in the hills of El Tanque where they've always been an integral part of community life, made all the more precious when one of those commodities was taken away from them for over 200 years.

Walk this Way, Puertito de Güí­mar

Now summer is officially on us and before the thermometer loses its head entirely, it's the ideal time to explore Tenerife's east coast. Around Puertitio de Güímar the default setting is sun and ...

Walk this Way, Cruz del Carmen to Chinamada

The Anaga Mountains are like nowhere else on Tenerife. Here, life goes on in much the same way it has for centuries, completely oblivious to the developments of the resorts on the rest of the island. This month, we leave the 'valley deep' of Masca and head to the "Mountain high' of the Anagas for some truly heady, spring hiking trails.

By |April 28th, 2011|Newsletter, Rural Scene, Tenerife Uncovered|0 Comments

Walk this Way, Masca

Barranco del Infierno hung up its hiking boots and closed to the public 18 months ago. This month we stop mourning the manicured splendour of Adeje and head instead to the Jurassic jewel of Masca [...]

By |March 22nd, 2011|Activities, Nature, Newsletter, Rural Scene|4 Comments

Walk this Way, Guía de Isora to Chirche

This month we take an excursion away from the sun-soaked beaches of the south west coast to discover the ghosts of a past in the hills above them.

By |January 11th, 2011|Activities, Nature, Newsletter, Rural Scene|1 Comment

Walk this Way, La Caldera

From the wide forest pista (path) of La Caldera a trail snakes up through the forest, ever higher until it reaches the ridge and the world below opens up at your feet. You can sit on flat rock chair, dangle your legs and tuck into egg butties in front of a wide screen vista that makes you glad to be alive.

By |November 30th, 2010|Activities, Newsletter, Rural Scene|0 Comments