Nine days is a relatively long time that provided us with the opportunity to get to know the island of Tenerife as thoroughly as possible. Given its size - it is the largest of all the Canary Islands - and the fact that it is a kind of a microcontinent where you can come across all sorts of landscapes in a single day, our travel plan was a challenge that we were happy to accept.
Apart from areas marked by turbulent volcanic past, we visited also places that abound in life and greenery - one of them was a beautiful hilly scenery surrounding the town of San Cristóbal de la Laguna known under an idyllic abbreviated name of La Laguna. The snow-white building, which is to be found in several images in the collection, is the Basilica of Candelaria, the most important place of pilgrimage of the archipelago. It stands on the seashore in the city of Candelaria. Nearby are nine photogenic statues representing kings of the mysterious native people, the Guanches, who previously ruled the nine kingdoms that the island used to consist of.
It's this mentioned diversity that gives this island the ability to surprise its visitors over and over again, and to encourage them to explore more and more of its hidden corners. And, as is demonstrated by this collection, it was the same case with us.