Visit Tenerife in the Canary Isles

Tenerife is frequented by tourists throughout the year thanks to its mild temperatures.  It has to be one of the popular destinations in the world.

The island has beautiful beaches, many natural areas and many oportunities for relaxation and recreation.

The reason  that Tenerife is so popular year after after year is the Mediterranean climate of the island andmild temperatures all year round, making the island paradise. The rest of the Canary Islands simply cannot compare.

The heritage of Tenerife, emphasizes the it’s history, perfectly preserved. It’s worth the walk discovering the legacy of the passage of different civilizations that have inhabited the island throughout history.

Especially recommended is the historic district of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Adeje, La Laguna, Arona, La Orotava, Puerto de la Cruz and Los Abrigos.

Other visits are essential to the island and Los Gigantes Parque Nacional del Teide, the highest peak in Spain.

With 3000 hours of sunshine per year and 400 kilometers of coastline, Tenerife is primarily a destination for tourists seeking sun and sand. The beaches of Tenerife  are diverse, with options for everyone; with golden sand and calm waters, as the central beach of Troya, in Adeje, the vast beaches of El Medano, suitable for surfing, black volcanic sand like La Tejita nudist beach and the tiny uncluttered beaches of Los Abrigos.

Tenerife is also a destination where tourists can enjoy several active persuits from water sports to hiking.

Tenerife cuisine combines tradition and creativity, resulting in a cuisine rich, varied and with a touch of exoticism, highlighting the canary potatoes with mojo sauce, wine, honey, bananas, cheese.


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