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(96) La Quinta-Los Llanos Circular (Adeje)

Route Summary
The walk leaves from the church in La Quinta, ascending through the hamlet before branching off into the pine forest. The environment then changes to have a more agricultural aspect, passing farmed terraces as it descends to the old Camino de los Picos on the return leg. 275 more words

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(92) Ifonche-Fuente El Chorrillo Circular (Adeje)

Route Summary
A short but spectacular walk in the very rural and pine-forested Ifonche area. Taking a path under the cliffs on the edge of Barrancos del Infierno and Seco, the route passes through a botanically interesting environment, visits a number of caves and a verdant spring. 382 more words

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Claim your Claim the latest cold caller with meetings in Tenerife

The company Claim your Claim seems to have started their cold calling campaign and inquiries are coming in.

We are not surprised consumers are confused and start asking us, as… 215 more words

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(74) La Hoya-Hoya Grande-Tijoco Bajo Circular (Adeje)

Route Summary
This short walk around the connected villages of La Hoya, Hoya Grande and Tijoco Bajo in the Adeje municipality is less than 4 km in length and has under 150 m in overall ascent. 273 more words

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Shop Till You Drop At Siam Mall

A relatively new shopping experience for the South of Tenerife, the Siam Mall officially opened its doors on 23 May 2015, covering two floors and a total area of 30,500 square metres housing approximately 70 units within the centre, representing some well known names and stores. 305 more words

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(69) Tijoco Alto-Barranco Erques-Icerce Circular (Adeje)

Route Summary
A moderate hike with a gradual ascent alongside Barranco de Erques to over 1300 metres where you face an impressive canyon wall of rock. 354 more words

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(66) Las Casas-Degollada del Roque Imoque Circular (Arona/Adeje)

Route Summary
This walk, encircling the imposing pinnacle of Roque Imoque, near Ifonche, has some very special views. There is a constant, gradual ascent to the turning point overlooking Barranco FaƱabe at 977 m high. 312 more words

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