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This island is characterised by its central massif of a height of 1487 metres, dropping steeply to the sea. The region of Alto de Garajonay was declared a National Park.
Particularly interesting are the population's very old and original popular customs. The inhabitants of the different valleys use to communicate with each other in a whistling language, comparable to the "yodling" in Central European Alps.