One of the island's most important lighthouses.
Historic lighthouse, epic views.
One of the most important of Tenerife's seven historic coastal lighthouses was inaugurated in 1897 on the cliffs of Teno, in one of the most rugged parts of the island. Architect José Soler Sanz insisted it be built with stone from La Gomera despite its greater cost. In 1978 an even taller tower, 20 metres (66 feet) high, was built alongside it, and the older, still-standing structure can be visited today. It's a little tricky to get out here due to the terrain, but you'll be rewarded with some truly spectacular views.