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La Montana Roja

Parque Natural de Corralejo, Tenerife, Spain
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Be careful :)

You must be careful if you not ready to see naked people :) not a best place for see a sunset and... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
Natatima
,
Moscow, Russia
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Walks onto mountain headland

The walk up the mountain is manageable for the less fit if started early in the morning before the... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2016
rcunningham299
,
Inverness, United Kingdom
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  • Very good52%
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17 Oct 2017
“Be careful :)”
3 Apr 2016
“Walks onto mountain headland”
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Parque Natural de Corralejo, Tenerife, Spain
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Reviewed 17 October 2017 via mobile

You must be careful if you not ready to see naked people :) not a best place for see a sunset and little windy place.

Thank Natatima
Reviewed 3 April 2016

The walk up the mountain is manageable for the less fit if started early in the morning before the heat builds up. However it can be tricky descending as the path is very crumbly volcanic rock and can be very slippy and dusty. Alternative routes...More

1  Thank rcunningham299
Reviewed 14 February 2016

Nice easy little mountain to climb with some great views at the top. We walked here from El Medano and then around the base of it. It was fairly easy going up and took us about 20 mins. Coming down however took a little longer...More

2  Thank Kellyjue
Reviewed 28 September 2015

The Montana Roja or Rosy Mountain to all the English visitors, is a heap of volcanic ash and debris at the far end of the matchless El Medano beach in Tenerife. It is a World Heritage Site because of its uniquely adapted flora and fauna...More

1  Thank Wendy W
Reviewed 19 April 2015

I made it with my wife and 3 children (4, 7, 9 year old) in less than 2.5 hour. This was just the right plan for them. The path is little slippy with a lot of rocks at some point but it was OK. Of...More

3  Thank asathome2015
Reviewed 12 January 2015

This was one of the stops on our grand island tour - the scenery was lovely all around. Very peaceful being atop these mountains, I would recommend going to see them, if only just for the peace, quiet and incredible photos you'll take :)

Thank LEghator
Reviewed 16 February 2014

We cycled to the volcano, then walked up to the crater, from which you get superb views of the coast. An enjoyable and cheap activity!

6  Thank paulandmeg
Reviewed 5 February 2014

The photo that goes with this review,sums up our name for the sight whenever we visit Fuerteventura . LA STUPENDA is the name that springs to mind when we pass. Barrie & Gilly

5  Thank Barrie P
Reviewed 16 August 2013

this is the large red volcano mountain you see when approaching Corralejo, this mountain changes everytime i see it. The bright red colours change variations throughout the year. Just beyond the mountain you will come across the famous sand dunes.

4  Thank philandlor
Reviewed 8 April 2013

This mountain - extinct volcano - is, to my mind, the guardian of Corralejo. Whenever I return from travelling and pass La Montana Roja I expel a breath that I didn't know I was holding and feel at home once more. Once you've passed the...More

7  Thank tigprincess
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