El Pico de Teide on Tenerife is the highest mountain of Spain. It is also the high point of all islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Teide was a holy mountain to the Guanches, the native inhabitants of the Canary Islands. The volcano is famous for casting the world's largest shadow onto the sea at dawn, reaching the islands of Gran Canaria and La Gomera, more than 40 kilometers away.
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Elevation: 3718 m
Country and region: Spain, Canary Islands
Mountain range: Tenerife
Prominence: 3718 m
Orometric dominance: 100
Coordinates: 28.272687, -16.642287