Just off the southwest coast of Morocco lies the Spanish Canary Island of Tenerife. The island’s spectacular year round weather is the primary attraction, together with the world’s third largest volcano, which provides the impetus for many visitors from around the world, including a wide variety of boating and yachting enthusiasts. San Miguel de Abona is situated on the southeast side of the island and is connected to the rest of the rea by the main highway (TF-1), which circumnavigates Tenerife.


San Miguel de Abona has a population of approximately 12,000 and occupies an agriculturally rich valley. Farming, and more recently tourism, are the main drivers of the local economy. The valley supports banana and potato plantations as well as two golf courses, both with hotel resorts, which provide a short shuttle ride to the beaches on the coast. There is also a nature preserve towards the coast that is worth a visit, while to the north you can find excellent hiking in the mountains.

Geographical :
Atlantic West Africa
Canary Islands
Tenerife / San Miguel
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