As its name indicates this pine tree is native to the Canary Islands (located quite a bit south of Spain off the coast of southern Morocco). It is also widely planted in Southern Spain as an ornamental tree and as a tree used to repopulate deforested areas. The clusters of male cones that grow on the ends of the branches make for an interesting "tree flower". Latter the new pine needles grow out of the top of these clusters looking like little green hats. If you shake the branches at this stage an amazing amount of pollen is released.
The long needles hanging down off of the upward pointing branches give this pine tree a distictive appearance.