volcanoes at once
The largest island and the most popular resort is Tenerife, located in the heart of the entire archipelago. Like all other islands, Tenerife is formed by a volcanic method. This can be seen in the huge volcano Teide (more than 3 kilometers high), which is the center of the island. Teide is a great landmark for ships sailing past.
Gran Canaria is the second largest island of the Canary Archipelago. It is almost perfectly round in shape, with a diameter of approximately 50 kilometers, and in the center is also located the volcano – Pico de las Nieves. Continue reading