Resorts of the Canary Islands are now in great demand, primarily due to the ideal climate. Canaries are located in the heart of the tropics and in the trade wind zone. All this makes the weather warm (rather than hot) and very dry. A great distinguishing feature of this zone is the annual temperature difference of not more than 4-5 degrees. Winter is very warm – at least 17 degrees, in the summer – about 21-22 degrees. The temperature of the Atlantic Ocean rarely drops below 20 degrees. Such constancy of weather was ensured by the following factors: the effect of the ocean trade winds and proximity to Africa. Continue reading
One of the most interesting cities in Chile, is located 120 kilometers from Santiago – Valparaiso. So, deciding what to see in Chile, it is worth noting this town, too, in its own list of Chilean attractions.
Valparaiso is the second largest city and the main port city in Chile. It was this arrangement that made him the center of colonization. Numerous ships departed from Valparaiso, sent to other countries, therefore the characteristic for Chile populism and the interaction of different cultures comes precisely from here. In fact, Valparaiso is the most striking example of a typical Chilean city. Continue reading
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