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At 3,718 meters, Mount Teide is Spain's highest point. It is actually a dormant volcanic cone. It is the third largest volcano in the world. It is a very popular viewpoint located in the Teide National Park. With favorable weather conditions, the top offers a wonderful view of the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean and the other Canary Islands.
The last eruption of Teide took place in 1909. The lava coming out of the cone froze at the extraction site, creating a mountain. The summit can be seen from anywhere in Tenerife. At an altitude of about 2,300 m above sea level, there are spacious car parks. From there, the height of 3 555 m above sea level runs a special modern cable car. You can only get to the top on foot, after booking permission to enter at a specific time.