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The Canary Islands are made up of seven islands of which Tenerife is the largest. Tenerife is a very popular holiday destination with around five million people from all over the world visiting the island each year. If you enjoy carnivals check out the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife which is held in February in the island's capital, attracting tourists and locals alike. The lifestyle here is very laid back, the local people are very proud of their culture and heritage including monuments such as Castilla de San Andres. It's not surprising that Tenerife is such a favourite holiday destination, it boasts beautiful beaches, a variety of water sport activities, mountainous regions, theme parks, fantastic accommodation and plenty of sunshine.

When it comes to Tenerife there's a huge range of hotels, bungalows and apartments to choose from. Some of the most interesting hotels in Tenerife are the resort of Playa De Las Americas, it has an array of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje including the capital city Santa Cruz de Tenerife are packed with bungalows, hotels and apartments many with fabulous sea views. It doesn't matter which resort you opt for you won't be disappointed with the hotel or apartment of your choice. Many charming hotels include special features such as spas, whirlpools and fitness centres. The resort of Puerto De La Cruz is popular with holidaymakers and locals who can stay in different types of accommodation. Why not check out hotel and resort reviews about Tenerife before making a reservation?

While on holiday in Tenerife reserve a hotel, an apartment or bungalows near shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. How about staying in amazing bungalows or a hotel right on the beach? El Medano is one of the island's natural beaches having two miles of golden sand, it's the perfect place for the kids to splash about and swim while the adults enjoy wind surfing, jet skiing, scuba diving or paragliding. Try a sightseeing tour to see Tenerife's banana plantations, quaint villages and National Parks not forgetting Mount Teide, the world's third largest volcano. After a busy day there are plenty of places to eat out, have a drink or two and then return to your accommodation and relax.

What to see or do in and around Tenerife

  • Playa de las Americas (Isla de Tenerife)

    In the footsteps of the old guanches

    If you only come to Tenerife for a week, you will definitely come back and stay longer. In Tenerife you come to explore. Although it is an island that takes you, of course, with the thought of extended sunbathing sessions, the mountain is the great secret and the great attraction, at the same time, of the island. If you are lucky, and you have good weather, climb on the cable car on this symbol of the Canaries and don't forget to take with you the special permit for access to the top. Wander around the lava sea of the national park, admiring the devilish shapes of the rock escaped from the hot springs of the volcano and the sometimes-bright colors of the lava and volcanic ash. Take care of the flora and fauna: and without your presence here, their life is not terribly easy!!! Go, confidently, to Anaga Rural Park. You become, practically, one by car, crossing the multiple serpentines from Taganana and then, a little tired, you can rest on the black sand like the tar of the volcanic beaches in the north. I still remember the cafes in Roque de las Bodegas and the well-deserved rest on Playa de Almáciga... And, I smile... If you choose the “guanches style” for exploration, remember: the routes are wonderful and very well maintained, but never make fun of the mountain... Not often, he laughs at you too!!! Choose a shorter route, half a day, to be able, on your return, to relax on the hot sand of a beach, or on the ocean shore, at one of the many natural pools. Have a nice day

  • Costa Adeje (Isla de Tenerife)

    Great location in Tenerife.

    Super accessible and quite beautiful black sand, man-made beaches.

  • Adeje (Isla de Tenerife)

    We just stayed in our beautiful in order to relax.

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