Monday, November 24, 2014

Climb To A View At Roque del Condé in Adeje

It’s not the highest peak in the arid, volcanic terrain of the south of Tenerife but the distinctive, table top outline of Roque del Condé dominates its landscape. Lying alongside the impressive Barranco del Rey which marks the boundary between Arona and Adeje, the top of the mountain sits 1000 metres above sea level and was once terraced and farmed, its height ensuring regular moisture from the clouds that regularly bank up over it.

Climb To A View At Roque del Condé in Adeje

Fluent in Spanish and having spent 16 years on the island, Pamela Stocks has now been translating, researching and publishing information on customs and events in Tenerife for 25+ years. This takes a considerable amount of time and effort, for which she receives no payment whatsoever. If you find this work useful or interesting, please buy her a coffee. Buy Pamela Stocks a Coffee

No comments:


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

¡Hola! From Tenerife

If you enjoyed this post or found it useful, subscribe to our free newsletter and get regular rays of Tenerife sunshine in your inbox. Just enter your email address below.

Delivered by FeedBurner