David Cachon - TENERIFE THE VOLCANO'S SHADOW
Davids adventure began in the highest part of the island, the volcano known as Teide. After enjoying the landscapes that seemed to be taken from another planet as he breathed in the fresh air of the highest peak in Spain and walked between long since cooled lava fields at Teide National Park. Which has been declared World heritage Site by UNESCO. David also needed to try one of the great claims of the island. A typical meal at the Parador Nacional del Teide. Tenerife is very rich with amazing gastronomic wealth. Dishes like the canary ranch, soup noodles and chickpeas, rabbit, watercress soup or Gofio. Not to mention the potatoe "wrinkles" with mojo. From there his course was always downhill and thanks to Ivan (Teno Activo) and Unai (Canary Bike Tour) he thoroughly enjoyed the entire road network without getting lost in the attempt to visit every magical corner of the island. Locations with an exuberant nature such as El Palmar (Buenavista), The Forest Crown, Mount Water deeply contrasted with other more desert-like landscapes that are located further south of the island but are also amazing hidden places with fantastic routes all around to explore.