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Parque La Caleta Canary Islands Spain, La Caleta
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Parque La Caleta Canary Islands Spain is located in La Caleta. Put Parque La Caleta Canary Islands Spain into our Adeje vacation generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Dé reden om het park te bezoeken is het vulkanische landschap. Er is niet sprake van een uniform landschap, maar van een grote diversiteit in vulkanische elementen. Door de jaren hen hebben weer en wi... read more »The reason to visit the park is the volcanic landscape. There is not a uniform landscape, but by a great diversity of volcanic features. Over the years, have them weather their contribution to what you now in the park. In the lower areas of the national park, there is vegetation. This consists mainly of (coniferous) trees. The lower you go, the more diverse the composition of the flora. In the year 2007, forest fires a huge attack on nature in the national park. Thousands of acres of forest by forest fires tons lost. The traces of this intense burn start to fade still further are now nature is recovering. The roads that run through the park are in multiple places with parking spaces. These are located mainly in viewpoints, and in places that are excellent for a walk through the park to begin. A very popular place to stop is at the Roques de García, also commonly referred to as Los Roques. The rocks rise nicely between the beautiful volcanic landscape. Between these rocks walk walking paths and stairs.show original
As previously mentioned not an easy walk down or up in the heat bit well worth it. Beautiful beach and choppy sea makes it fun.
Dirk Michael M
Eine willkommene Abwechslung am oft lauten und übervölkerten Südteil der Insel. Tolle Buchten und eine Aussteiger Community die recht unwirklich anmutet. Wenn man Zeit hat sollte man sich den Spazierg... read more »A welcome change to the often noisy and overcrowded southern part of the island. Great bays and a dropout community that feels pretty unreal. If you have time you should treat the walk!show original
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