From the 1st January 2010, the management of the Teide National Park corresponds exclusively to the Canary Islands Autonomous Community.
- Declaration date: Decree of 22ndJanuary 1954.
- Reclassification: Law 5/1981, 25th March.
- Instruments: PRUG (Decree 153/2002, 24th October, BOC 164).
- Natural System it represents: Systems linked to volcanic processes and associated vegetation.
- Autonomous Community: The Canary Islands.
- Province: Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
- Island: Tenerife.
- Geographical Coordinates: Latitude 28º 09' 00'' - 28º 20' 00''; Longitude 16º 29' 00'' - 16º 44' 00''
- Archaeological Resources: prehistoric and historical remains.
- Ethnographic Resources: traditional uses: beekeeping, extraction of coloured soil and harvesting of flowers for the production of carpets, hydraulic use.
Landscape and volcanic processes.
Ecosystems associated with the high mountains of the Macaronesian region.
- Ownership of the land:
- Public: 99,98%
- Private: 0,02%
- Surface of the park: 18.990 ha.
- Surface of the Peripheral Protection Zone: 7.715 ha.
- Municipalities included in the area of socioeconomic influence :
- La Orotava: 72,4% of the surface.
- Guía de Isora: 8,9% of the surface.
- Icod de los Vinos: 6,6% of the surface.
- Fasnia: 5% of the surface.
- Granadilla de Abona: 2% of the surface.
- La Guancha: 1,2% of the surface.
- San Juan de la Rambla: 1,2% of the surface.
- Adeje: 1,1% of the surface.
- Santiago del Teide: 0,8% of the surface.
- Los Realejos: 0,4% of the surface.
- Vilaflor: 0,3% of the surface.
- Garachico: 0,1% of the surface.
- Protective figures:
- European Diploma, granted by the Council of Europe (in 1989 and renewed in 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2009)
- Special Area of Community Conservation of the Macaronesian Biogeographical Region (ZEC)
- Area of Environmental Awareness, for the purposes indicated in the Law 11/1990 of 13th July, for the Prevention of Ecological Impact
- The Teide National Park, in conjunction with the Parque Natural de Corona Forestal, is, since 2006, a Special Protection Area for Birds (ZEPA), Mountains and the Summit of Tenerife
- International recognitions:
- Natura 2000 Network Places (incl. ZEC and ZEPA)
- European Diploma of the Council of Europe
- World Heritage of UNESCO
- Environmental Management ISO 14.001
- Inscribed in the register of centres attached to the EU Eco-Management and Audit Scheme EMAS