In the east beyond Santa Cruz the Anaga mountains fill the north east corner of Tenerife. The Anaga coastline is one of inaccessible cliffs and jutting rocks. Older than the island’s central mountain range, the mountains are an awe-inspiring collection of volcanic peaks providing fantastic views of the north coast. Hidden in the folds of the mountain range and often barely accessible by roads, you can still find villages where people live in adapted caves, where the ancestors of modern-day Canarios once lived. You can really get away from it all here!