In Tenerife you can do anything you feel like any day of the year thanks to its climate, natural surroundings and tourist infrastructure designed for fun for all the family.
The south west coast of Tenerife is a spectacular spot for watching whales free in the ocean. Up to 26 species are found just off the coast, including baleen whales, killer whales, dolphins, pilot whales and even blue whales.
The Teide, National Park
The third highest volcano in the world
At 3,718 metres, Teide volcano is Spain’s highest peak and its two ecosystems make the climb an experience full of contrasts. With local guides you get an in-depth experience and the mountain refuge is the spot for superb dawn views.
Your Best Swing
Tenerife boasts eight golf courses where you play a round all year round. Almost all have modern facilities and were designed by professionals.
El Médano Beach
Connected to El Medano beach and within the Montaña Roja protected area we find this little treasure of Tenerife. The kilometre stretch of fine, toasted sand, well away from urban areas, is perfect for a relaxing day on the beach.
Europe’s biggest water park
This kingdom of watery fun has grown into one of the world’s best water parks and the largest in Europe. With incredible features modelled on Thai architecture, water slides up to 28 metres high and lush tropical vegetation it’s an unmissable experience, especially if you visit with the kids.
The old town of La Orotava
La Orotava, catalogued as a historical, artistic and monumental treasure, has so many cultural points of interest that a visit is almost obligatory, The town dates back to the 16th Century and while its streets are laden with history you’ll also find plenty of shops and outdoor cafés for a perfect evening out.
Anaga Rural Park
A cultural and natural park
This rugged natural enclave is one of the few places on Earth where primordial laurel forest still grows. Walking its paths and catching sight of its beautiful landscapes gives you a real idea of the natural, cultural and aesthetic beauty of the area.
La Laguna Old Town
World Heritage Site
La Laguna old town is the oldest example of an unfortified colonial town inspired by the principles of navigation: the science of its day. Its Spanish colonial architecture, and the overall charm of the historical district make it worthy of UNESCO World Heritage Site status.
Teno Rural Park
This ancient volcanic massif, landscaped by erosion, forms high cliffs by the sea and is peppered with exposed volcanic plugs and dikes. The park is an ecological and cultural treasure full of rich laurel forests and gorgeous landscapes. It’s also a sanctuary for many animal species such as the osprey.
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