miércoles, 3 de octubre de 2012


The island of Tenerife is not only the largest volcanic island of the Canarian archipelago, but it is also home to the highest mountainous peak in Spain: Mount Teide (3718 metres). It is a continent in miniature, surrounded by beautiful landscapes that vary from green Pine and Laurel forests, to brownish moors, moulded by lava eruptions, dark sandy beaches and huge and impressive sea cliffs. Spanish colonial architecture can be enjoyed by walking in the historical towns of La Orotava and San Cristóbal de La Laguna (UNESCO World Heritage City since 1999), the place where the first University in the Canaries was founded in the 18th century. During the conference, we will have the opportunity of visiting “Las Cañadas del Teide National Park” (which is the most visited park in Spain). We dearly hope that the most promising academic programme of the venue comes to terms with the leisure activities planned and the outstanding beauty of the fortunate islands, as they have been called ever since ancient Roman times to present day. Enjoy it!
Some links of interest about Tenerife:

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