From the south of Tenerife, you can visit the Teide National Park and the town of Puerto de la Cruz in one excursion. This combination will make you enjoy two of the most attractive places in the island.

The Teide National Park occupies the highest part of the island of Tenerife. It is the largest and oldest national park in the Canary Islands, and the third oldest in Spain. In 2007, it was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO and since then the park is considered one of the 12 Treasures of Spain. In this area is the volcano Teide which, at 3.718 meters, is the highest peak in the Canary Islands, Spain and any Atlantic Ocean landmass. It is also the third largest volcano in the world from its base on the ocean floor, only surpassed by the Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa in Hawaii.

From there, the tour will bring you through the spectacular Orotava Valley falls to the north coast, where is located the city of Puerto de la Cruz. In this city, you can visit the Loro Parque, the Botanical Garden, the Martiánez Lake pool complex, the Beach Garden or the Plaza del Charco, that are just some of the attractions of this locality.

You can take advantage of your stay in Gran Canaria to visit, either by boat or plane, other islands of the Canary archipelago. The flight distance between the islands is less than an hour, with frequent departures throughout the day. Similarly, modern marine vessels make connections linking the islands several times a day.

You can go to discover the magic of Lanzarote, heading down into spectacular volcanic landscapes that seem to belong to distant worlds and where even the heat from inside the earth comes to the surface. You will enjoy its peaceful white beaches and clear waters and savor the breathtaking views of small islands that can be seen from the cliff. The island was declared as one of the universal models of sustainable development by the World Tourism Organization, thanks in large part to the artist César Manrique.

Fuerteventura is an island of long, untouched beaches of white sand set in a coastline bathed by the ocean with calm transparent water that invites you to relax. You will find no better place to enjoy the turquoise sea water glide out on a windsurf and take advantage of the wind. An excursion to Fuerteventura is the occasion to discover the roots of the Canary Islands by admiring the oldest rocks of the archipelago or marine sediments belonging to the time it had not yet begun the process of formation of the Canary Islands!

A different and fresh way to discover Mallorca and most emblematic spots is a city tour that combines gastronomy and local tradition. Indeed, the ‘tapas’ have become a different way of eating: more agile, enjoyable, varied and social. We propose a route through the taverns and wine merchants of Mallorca, the most emblematic of the islands where you will taste typical tapas harmonized with good wine.

You can also have a scenic tour around the islands! Unlike many helicopter leisure flight, you will be able to decide where you want to go and what you would like to see. You can fly through the Traumuntana Mountain Range, along the picturesque coastline, and look for the homes of the many celebrities living around; or visit a place you particularly would like to see!

Back to the land, a scooter tour offers you another original and privileged way to discover one of the islands and its monuments, beaches and people. For example, in Mallorca, you could discover the urban centre of the city, the old Belver Castle and the Palma Bay with its fishing environment. You can also choose to follow the tracks of ‘The Magician’, filmed in 1968 with Anthony Quinn. The fine sand surrounded by the sea and the cliff covered by pines will help participants to evocate the cinema golden era.

Málaga’s west coastline hosts ones of the most renowned tourist localities of the country such as Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella or Estepona. This area concentrates a lot of leisure facilities, with funfairs and water parks, casinos, golf courses and prestigious marinas, such as Puerto Banús, a luxury area full of expensive shopping malls, restaurants and bars.

The Serranía de Ronda forms part of the most traditional white villages route. Then, you can plan an excursion over this area starting from Ronda, one of the most romantic cities in Andalusia, where you can visit the Tajo, a 100-metre deep gorge, the New Bridge by Martín de Aldehuela or the Real Maestranza de Caballería bullring. Then you can reach, the localities of Atajate, Benadalid, Algatocín or Gaucín .

Finally, you can go to the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, which conserves the remains of a conifer wood dating back to the Tertiary Period. You will discover one of the most unique pine species in the world!

We can propose a lot of cultural activities such as the visit of the Perelada Castle and its cellar where you will discover this wonderful castle restored by Josep Pla in 1923, then you will enjoy a combination of wine tasting and gastronomy. If you are a fan of literature we also propose a touristic route, whose itinerary was designed by the Josep Pla foundation in order to give to know the readers of Pla’s work several places significantly of Palafrugell and its municipality. The Route is marked by the biographical and literary references of the writer and the visit to the Foudation Josep Pla.

If you prefer to discover variety of beautiful and contrasting landscapes through sport activities, bicycle is one of the best means to be able to see and enjoy it! The guided tour begins in l’Estartit, passing through the surrounding farm areas, along rural tracks and traffic free roads. You can also go to explore the islands around the eight islets that form the marine reserve in open kayak. On site, you will be able to snorkel to see the vast array of marine life, or time just to rest and sunbath!