The park has a network of roads and trails that offer cyclists the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
There are cycling routes for all levels of experience, from beginners to experienced cyclists. Road routes are faster and easier, while mountain routes are more challenging and offer more spectacular views.
Some of the most popular cycling routes in Anaga depart from our establishment.
Anaga has several beaches and coves with waves ideal for surfing, including
Anaga waves are known for their strength and power. They are ideal for experienced surfers, although there are also some beaches that are suitable for beginner surfers. Surfing in Anaga is an exciting and rewarding experience that allows surfers to enjoy the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Anaga has several beaches and coves with waves ideal for surfing, including:
Benijo Beach: It is a black volcanic sand beach, with ideal waves for surfing and a natural, wild environment.
Roque de las Bodegas Beach: It is a volcanic beach, located under rocky mountains, with fish restaurants and local cuisine.
Almáciga Beach: It is a black volcanic sand beach, with a small pier and several restaurants.
Tamadite Beach: It is a black volcanic sand beach, located in a protected bay.
Antequera Beach: It is a black volcanic sand beach, located in an isolated area with restricted access
Anaga Rural Park, on the island of Tenerife, Spain, is a paradise for hiking lovers. The park has a network of trails of all levels of difficulty, allowing hikers to explore the natural beauty of the area.
Anaga's trails run through laurel forests, cliffs, beaches and traditional villages. Hikers can enjoy spectacular landscapes, such as the Roque de los Dos Hermanos, the Roque de Taborno and the Cruz del Carmen.
Some of Anaga's most popular trails include:
This 40-kilometer circular route runs along the northern coast of the park, passing through the towns of Taganana, Chamorga and El Bailadero.
This 6.5 kilometer round trip route climbs Roque de Taborno, a 450 meter high rock formation.
This 5.5 kilometer circular route passes through the picturesque village of Taganana and offers panoramic views of the northern coast of Tenerife.