Tenerife is home to many a natural wonder that one could safely label as places everyone should see at least once during their lives. Los Gigantes cliffs occupy a privileged spot amongst these. It refers to a volcanic geological basaltic landform showing impressive rock walls ranging from 300 to 600 metres of altitude. A sight to behold that has turned Los Gigantes into one of the most popular areas in the island.
Located in the western coast of Tenerife, the cliffs are under the administration of the municipalities of Buenavista del Norte – to which the majority of the area belongs – and Santiago del Teide, and are also part of the Teno Rural Park.
The coastal town of Los Gigantes boasts wide accommodation opportunities surrounded by stunning views and great dining options offering delicious food. In addition, it is highly recommended for visitors to give a go at the numerous activities on offer, especially those related to natural spaces, such as boat trips, canoeing and sailing: an excellent opportunity to whale watch and enjoy a unique view of the cliffs.