(Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain)
One of the island's many spectacular beaches, a major attraction for tourists visiting Tenerife, offering endless sunbathing, swimming and a range of water sports.
A number of the island's beaches feature dark volcanic sand.
Black rocks and dark volcanic sand along the Jardin Beach (Playa de Jardin).
Further view of the Jardin Beach (Playa de Jardin), which stretches around 1,500 metres / 4,920 feet.
Aerial view of the island's southern coastline.
Distant view of the impressive southern coastline and surrounding scenery.
Los Cristianos Beach (Playa de Los Cristianos), one of the island's most popular beaches and resort areas, with many spectacular attractions nearby.
View of the dramatic cliff face known as the Cliffs of the Giants (Acantilados de los Gigantes).
Marina close to the Cliffs of the Giants, offering regular boat trips to the base of the cliffs, one of the best ways to appreciate the sheer size and scale.
Cable cars, a popular way to reach the heights of Mount Teide, the island's tallest mountain, in the Parque Nacional de las Canadas del Teide.
Los Azulejos painted rocks in the Teide National Park.
Tenerife is known for its mountainous scenery, particularly around the centre of the island.
View of Mount Teide and the famous Los Roques de Garcia formation.