he Anaga massif is a mountainous formation and historical region of the northeast of Tenerife, from which deep valleys and ravines that go to the sea descend, forming numerous beaches, often only accessible on foot or by boat.
The Anaga Massif is a Protected Natural Area with an area of 14,418 hectares that occupies a large part of northeastern Tenerife and is formed by coastal area, ravines, forests and remote villages that it seems amazing that someone can live in them. It is a protected natural landscape with stunning beauty and is full of corners and hidden places that will delight and overwhelm you.
Here you will see places of natural and scenic interest, such as Los Roques de Anaga: some interesting rock formations in the sea that erosion has shaped. They are considered as the natural monuments of the island.
Despite all this great beauty, the magical Anaga Massif remains almost unexplored and its small towns are off the main routes, revealing a “Hidden Tenerife” in all its splendor. In some of these villas there are still people living in caves: visit them, spend some time and find out!