My Guide to The World

by Renata P.



Mallorca- the underestimated Balearic island

Why to visit Mallorca? Mallorca has been consistently popular with holidaymakers for over half a century – so what is its secret?  Geographically, Mallorca consists of a fertile plain sandwiched between two mountain ranges: the spectacular Serra de Tramuntana to... Continue Reading →

Romantic village of Tenerife- Garachico

Northern Tenerife Garachico, one of the most popular spots for day-trippers on Tenerife, might have been the most important town on the island if nature hadn't intervened spectacularly. Just over three hundred years ago, Garachico had it all. As the... Continue Reading →

Road with a view in the Anaga Mountains (Tenerife)

Not always known by tourists Anaga Mountains Tenerife occupy the north-east part of the island. This is the greenest part of Tenerife, covered with rain forest at higher altitudes, roughly starting from about 600 meters above the sea level. The... Continue Reading →

Climbing El Teide (3718 m)

A trek to the summit of the Canary Islands- demanding but also unique Located in the centre of the island of Tenerife, Teide National Park can be visited using one of the many paths, including that which takes you to... Continue Reading →

Magic volcano hike from El Portillo to La Fortaleza (Tenerife)

Magic route  La Fortaleza is quite an impressive sight. The path winds through a desert-like landscape with Teide, as always, dominating the scenery. Dominating that is until you climb a ridge to be faced with a wide sandy plain where... Continue Reading →

Los Gigantes- gigantic cliffs and many more

Where is Los Gigantes? Situated in the municipality of Santiago del Teide, they are just south of the famous cliffs of Los Gigantes (The Giants), and about 20 miles (30 kilometres) north west of Los Cristianos. It is generally acknowledged... Continue Reading →

Masca walk-most spectacular walk in Tenerife

When I booked my ticket to Tenerife I didn't know till the end what to expect. You hear contradictory opinions about the island (too touristic, different climates etc.). As usual I had to check it on my own and for... Continue Reading →

Ibiza part 3-hidden beauty

I spent almost a week at this beautiful island. You have seen my two previous posts about nightlife and Formentera. This post will be only about Ibiza. Let's start! Ibiza Town The capital (also known as Eivissa), is a pleasant... Continue Reading →

Ibiza Part 2- Formentera the smallest of Balearic islands

If you have enough crowded Ibiza there is a solution for you-Formentera. Less than one hour by ferry from Ibiza Town and you will enjoy completely different atmosphere. Where is Formentera? This Balearic island is much less lively than its... Continue Reading →

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