Road TF-21, a scenic high mountain drive in the Canarias Island

TF-21 is one of the most spectacular roads in Europe. Located in the island of Tenerife, in the Canarias Island (Spain) this asphalted winding road reaches the Teide National Park.

TF-21 crosses the island from corner to corner and takes 2.650m. With a little off-road lane, you can get 2.700m and approaching a little more to the Teide peak, a stratovolcano that, at 3.718 m, is the highest peak on Spanish soil. 

TF-21 is an absolutely beautiful road, with many different turns and twists, almost without traffic, which starts atCuesta de la Villa, and finishes near Granadilla de Abona, with a total length of 81.5km. Due the turns, hairpins and climbs, the average speed is around 60km/h, and the road is closed sometimes due to hail and icy patches. Between the junctions with TF-24 and TF-38, the TF-21 road goes for 21km over the altitude of 2.000m.


NOTICE: Due to the spread of COVID-19, many points of interest and roads are closed and travel is not recommended. Please follow all local health authority directives before venturing off, and stay safe.