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When visiting Tenerife don't forget to see and experience the museums, galleries, Bars, Lounges, Restaurant and vibrant cafe society of this area!

Top Places to Visit

Tenerife is the largest and most developed Canary Island. Attractive beaches, watersports and exciting adventures to Loro Parque, Siam Park and the cliffs of Los Gigantes make holidays to Tenerife popular year after year, offering activities for everyone to enjoy. It’s an island of two halves, with Spain’s highest mountain dividing the lush tropical north from the rocky south.

Tenerife’s beaches have been enticing sun-worshippers since tourists discovered Puerto de la Cruz in the late 19th century. Golden sandy beaches run with barely a break along the south-western coast from Playa De Las Americas to Costa Adeje. Windsurfing and kiteboarding have become two of the most popular activities in Tenerife, thanks to the steady African winds gracing the south coast’s El Médano beach. And there are still plenty of hidden coves like El Bollullo on the north coast, where the Atlantic’s waves crash onto black volcanic sand.

What to see

Families are spoilt for choice in Tenerife. Give the children a glimpse of Africa and Asia in Loro Parque, a magical tropical park where you can see jaguars, whales, dolphins, gorillas and even penguins. Giant waterparks like Siam Park and Aqualand will keep the kids splashing away happily for hours. Grown-ups can look forward to fresh fish served with a dash of mojo – Tenerife’s own spicy sauce. Spain’s tallest peak, Mount Teide, dominates the centre of the island, giving fantastic views from its lookout points. Take the cable car to the top and – if it’s a clear day – you can see the entire Canary Islands. Take an unforgettable drive up the steep, winding road through the Masca Gorge, one of the most extraordinary places in Tenerife. The reward for your efforts will be knockout views of Mount Teide on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other. Follow in the wake of mythical giants on a boat trip to Los Gigantes, the dizzyingly high cliffs that loom over the Atlantic on Tenerife’s north-western coast. And don’t miss out on one of the most enchanting of Tenerife’s attractions: the sight of dolphins and whales leaping about in the ocean.


Playa De Las Americas is party central – without a doubt one of the buzziest places in Tenerife. Dozens of bars offering everything from cabaret to karaoke are clustered around three main areas: the Patch, Veronicas and Starco Centre. For a taste of glamour, head to Costa Adeje for cocktails at Faro Chill Art. This elegant ship-shaped club sits between Puerto Colón and Playa de Fañabé, and its terrace is one of the most sophisticated places in Tenerife for a sundowner. Puerto de la Cruz hits the spot if you want more Latin and salsa sounds than the usual chart hits.

Eating Out

A lunchtime snack, or a full evening meal, dining out in Tenerife is always a pleasurable experience. Restaurants and Tapas bars abound, serving Canarian food, as well as embracing the cuisines of most of the Mediterranean countries. If seafood is your favourite, the island is well known for its superb fish restaurants.

Of all Tenerife attractions, its traditional cooking is one which is still little known to the visitor. There are so many good restaurants with international cuisine in the tourist areas that simple island cooking based on fresh local produce (excellent fish, meat, vegetables and fruit) becomes difficul to find.

For the first course mixed vegetable stews and fish casseroles, both accompanied, if one wishes, by the traditional toasted Canary flour: (El Golfo) and chickpea dishes are the most typical.

The most apprecited fish is an island species, "la vieja", which has fine white meat like the sama and the cherne. The sardine and the chicharro are among the most popular fresh water fish. The king of the meat is undoubtedly pork, one of the most requested dished being pickled pork, here called "festival meat" and also "conejo en salmorejo" served mainly in the countryside.

The "papas arrugadas" with green or red garlic sauce stand out above the rest as a side dish. The small and buttery potatoes that the island produces, have an extraordinary flavour and by themselves are a delicious dish.

The young wines of the north of the island of Tacoronte-Acentejo origin are an excellent accompaniment to Tenerife cuisine.

A good way of tasting the traditional dishes with a glass of the local wine is to follow the island custom and visit the "Guachinches". These are typical establishments to whish the people of Tenerife flock like pilgrims at the weekend. Most of the Guachinches are found along the roads in the regions of Geneto, la Esperanza, Tacoronte and Acentejo on the outskirts of La Laguna.

Whether one is a resident or a tourist there is never a shortage of choice for whichever types of restaurants or bars in Tenerife you desire. From the internationally known fast food joints, without which some people can't seem to exist, through the whole range of eateries right up to the very best gourmet restaurants, everything is available in Tenerife . Statistics show that in Tenerife there is one bar or restaurant in Tenerife for every seven residents, yes that's right one for every seven! Of course the millions of tourists that flood in to Tenerife every year help to ensure that each establishment has potential clients to fill their seats.


Tenerife is the largest and most populous island of the seven Canary Islands; it is also the most populated island of Spain, with a land area of 2,034.38 square kilometres (785 sq mi) and 898,680 inhabitants, 43 percent of the total population of the Canary Islands. Tenerife is also the largest and most populous island of Macaronesia.

About five million tourists visit Tenerife each year, the most of any Canary Islands. Tenerife hosts one of the world's largest carnivals and the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is attempting to become a World Heritage Site. Tenerife is serviced by two airports, Tenerife North Airport and Tenerife South Airport, and is the tourism and economic centre of the archipelago.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the capital of the island and the seat of the island council (cabildo insular). The city is capital of the autonomous community of Canary Islands (shared with Las Palmas), sharing governmental institutions such as Presidency and ministries. Between the 1833 territorial division of Spain and 1927 Santa Cruz de Tenerife was the sole capital of the Canary Islands, until a decree ordered that the capital of the Canary Islands be shared, as it remains at present.

Language: The language spoken in Tenerife is Spanish.
Currency: The currency used in Tenerife is Euro (€).
Local time: Tenerife is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time.
Fly to: : Tenerife has two airports. Tenerife South, near the island’s most popular resorts, is larger and busier than Tenerife North, which is about 11km west of the capital.
Flight time from UK: 4.5 hours
Temperatures: Summer temperatures regularly in the 30s (°C)
Best time to visit Tenerife: Spring or autumn when temperatures are usually in the early to mid-20s (°C).
They call the weather in Tenerife “eternal springtime”, with its wonderfully mild climate even in deepest winter. Summers in Tenerife are hot and dry.

Useful Links

Tenerife Sur Airport (TFS) / Car Hire Pickup Location
Tenerife Norte Airport (TFN) / Car Hire Pickup Location
Tenerife Tourism Corporation

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