What better region in Spain for a winter trekking expedition than the sub-tropical Canary Islands? With its many varied landscapes, all-year sunshine and exotic flora, you’ll find it hard to find a more spectacular and pleasant destination for you and your walking boots. Take Tenerife, just one of the seven islands. Most people think of it as just one big resort, but there’s so much more to it if you’re prepared to venture away from the southern playgrounds. Head to the moonscape of Las Cañadas at the foot of Mount Teide, the world’s third largest volcano; explore jungle-like forests and hidden villages in the Anaga Mountains; and enjoy the warm ocean breeze along dozens of coastal walks that take in pretty fishing villages and little-known beaches.
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8 day trip as described, guide price £500 – £650 pp