Tenerife is a miniature paradise, full of unbelievable landscapes in the shadow of the imposing figure of Mount Teide. Over 300 sunny days each year, 342km of coast, dozens of spectacular beaches and an average temperature of 22°C. An island with a natural, cultural and historical heritage that is as impressive as it is broad, where even entire cities, like San Cristóbal de La Laguna have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Tenerife’s most popular destinations are in the south of the island, where the sun alays shines, the coastline is spectacular, and the infinite promenades are waiting to be walked. Costa Adeje, Los Cristianos and Las Americas are the most popular destinations in the south of the island. Not to exclude the north of Tenerife though, exemplified by Puerto de la Cruz and Garachico, which show that it has no need to be envious of the south.
Not to forget the many charms of the Metropolitan Area, where you can find the capital Santa Cruz, as well as San Cristobal de La Laguna, a World Heritage Site.
And beyond the crowds in the tourist areas hide Tenerife’s towns and villages, authentic havens of tranquillity and beauty. From the coast to the interior, from north to south, each town is a world in itself, and each one surprises us with the little details full of Canarian flavour that shine through with their own light [read more].
What to see in Tenerife
Tenerife is an island full of wonders and secrets to discover. From north to south and from east to west, you’ll find valleys and ravines, country parks and beaches, and cliffs and hamlets, all under the shadow of the imposing figure of M. Teide.
Tenerife is an island full of charm, and beyond the tallest peak in Spain, you can find the impressive Los Gigantes cliffs, the wild beauty of the Barranco del Infierno, the dense Anaga forests, the thousand-year charm of the Drago de Icod and so many other magical spots which offer the island some unique natural spaces.
Leisure and fun, culture and art, history and tradition. Tenerife is an entire world in one island. An island that goes as far as you let it [more information]
What to do in Tenerife
Hundreds of restaurants, bars and guachinches ready to serve you the best of Canarian cuisine. Pubs and nightclubs for anyone looking for a party, and shops and shopping malls with the best that the island has to offer.
Tenerife’s natural heritage combines with the amusement parks throughout the island, which mean you’ll never have the time to get bored. And of course, there’s room for the island’s cultural life too. All kinds of museums are located from north to south, incredible architecture that will leave you speechless and 1000 years of history to discover.
And we can’t forget Tenerife’s coastline. The island’s coast has beaches for all tastes, both for those looking to relax, and for those who are looking for something more exciting. Many of them have ideal conditions for water sports, like windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing, diving, and lots more [more information]
Tenerife is known as the island of eternal Spring. The sun shines all year round. The island has 4,800 hours of sunshine yearly and the rain, for the most part, is scarce. You can enjoy the island and its delights practically any time during the year.
The average annual temperature in Tenerife is 22°C. During the summer months, the average reaches 24°C, while in the winter, the average is 19°C, and very rarely as low as 15°C. The south of Tenerife is the warmest and it is very unlikely to have a day without sunshine.