I found few more photos from our trip to Tenerife. Roads with scary bends are compensated by breathtaking landscapes with amazing nature and colourful houses. Some of the pictures were taken from the car so the shrubs or trees in front are a little blurred.
Los Gigantes, their height can reach up to 500m. They are very impressive.
Playa de la Americas at night. The sunsets are very picturesque and romantic.
The nature in Tenerife widely varies. In some parts, there are yellow and dry landscapes, but in the most parts, it is very green and colourful, with beautiful flowers, leaves and shrubs. Just have a look yourself.
P.S. Some of the pictures were taken with my phone so they may not be of the best quality.
My family and I did a one-day road trip to the west coast of Ireland. We visited two places on the Dingle Peninsula, the famous place from all postcards, the Dunquin Harbour and the Inch Beach, that stretches for 3 miles. The weather was just stunning by which we were surprised.
A few hours later when we got the the Ring of Kerry the weather deteriorated - we expected that such a beautiful weather could not last for long in the West of Ireland :) As we were driving farther the landscape was becoming more dull and rainy, but the views remained beautiful.
After a long two months of studying and exams, I went to Tenerife to relax and take pictures, of course! :) Tenerife is a volcanic island, with black beaches and mountains. It has a unique nature and landscape, particularly as one goes further from the coast.
We went to the volcano Teide through the national park, which has a breathtaking landscape, full of volcanic rocks and mountains, but because of its climate, in a lot of places, it is colourful, full of various plants and shrubs such as cactuses. It is also terrifying because of its insane winding bends!!! It was too stressful for me ;)
The landscape resembles a different planet with all the volcanic rocks stretching for several kilometres.
And that is it - volcano Teide at the height of approx. 2550m.