Teide National Park

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Teide National Park is the Canary Islands' largest and oldest National Park. It is home to Spain's highest mountain, Mount Teide, at 3,718m. Lava lakes, ancient calderas and volcanic peaks feature the rugged landscape. The 3,135m Pico Viejo volcano and the distinctive rock formations of Roques de Garci­a are highlights.

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