Teneguía Tour & Paella
Our hike takes place in the youngest geological area of the island, the volcanic south.
Through fields of black and red ash we find the young Teneguía volcano, one of the symbols of the island. Then we continue to the south, where the colourful salt pans and lighthouses show us a different perspective to this part of the island.
After a break here and a short visit, we continue by bus to a hidden place where we will have lunch: meat paella and local wine to finish a perfect day hiking under the sun.
Our recomendation for you is to bring for any tour good hiking or sport clothes and shoes with a good profile. It´s also a good idea to bring sun protection and a cup. Good warm jacket in winter and something against the rain, just in case!.
Do not forget ALWAYS to bring for the hikes water and food, as much as you need.
We also offer to our clients our wooden hiking sticks and if you have forgotten your shoes, you can always hire one of our comfortable walking boots.