Revisiting the Arona walk on Camino del Topo and Camino de Suárez
I described this walk after we had done it in September 2013 in a previous post entitled “A delightful walk from Arona”. I mentioned then that we did not often walk it in summer due to the lack of shade. However, this year July had a lot of cloudy weather, which continued into early August and we chose to do this walk on a cloudy day, the 2nd August. In fact when we reached the highest point we were in the cloud briefly, and had no views to the coast from the threshing floor between Roque Imoque and Roque de los Brezos, but we were below the cloud most of the time.
I am just adding a few pictures of the flowers we saw at this time of year. Some are typical of the time of year, others are normally over by this time of year, but the wet winter, coupled with the recent humid and cooler weather has extended the flowering period.
Posted on August 17, 2014, in Botanical interest, South Tenerife and tagged Arona, Bupleurum salicifolium, Camino de Suárez, Camino del Topo, Cistus monspeliensis, Convolvulus floridus, Drimia maritima, Euphorbia canariensis, footpaths, hiking, Lotus sessilifolius, Lycaena phlaeas, senderismo, sendero, walks. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.