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Holidays to Tenerife

The southern part of the island is home to bustling resorts popular with group of friends, families and couples. The resorts that sit on northern part of the island are more traditional compared to the others on the south side, and is popular for with families and couples looking for a quieter, authentic Spanish style holiday.

Top Tenerife resorts:

Los Cristianos

  • Charming town centre
  • Great beaches
  • Relaxed cosmopolitan atmosphere

Costa Adeje

  • Picturesque waterfront restaurants
  • Low key, classy atmosphere
  • Great for snorkelling 

Playa de las Americas

  • Lively and vibrant nightlife
  • Excellent shopping spots
  • Variety of sandy beaches
  • Port and waterfront with restaurants and bars

Puerto del la Cruz

  • Traditional, friendly atmosphere
  • Pretty Botanical gardens

Why choose a Tenerife holiday?

Tenerife holidays have it all; sun, sea, soaring volcano peaks and sumptuous ocean-to-table cuisine. The most popular Canary Island, Tenerife’s year-round sunshine and warm climate make it a great destination. This is the place to come for a beach holiday; the mixture of long golden sand and attractive dark volcanic beaches give sun-lovers many destinations for fun-filled beach days. There's plenty of resorts to base yourself too; from the bustling Playa del las Americas to the peaceful Chayofa.

Tenerife Highlights

Beaches

From the long golden stretches of sand to attractive dark volcanic beaches there’s so many to choose from:

  • Playa de las Americas features the golden Playa de las Vistas, which is lined with a tarmac path that’s perfect for a leisurely stroll or cycle.
  • Los Gigantes has an intimate curve of black sand opposite the marina.
  • Las Teresitas is a breathtaking cove beneath the Anaga mountains coated in golden Saharan sand.
  • Playa de la Arena makes for the perfect beach holiday. Small and natural black sand it is one of the cleanest on the island. 
  • Playa de Fanabe - an excellent option for those staying near Costa Adeje.
  • The resort of El Medano is home to one of the islands' largest natural beaches. 

Hiking

Tenerife is an excellent destination for hiking and many routes are well signposted.

  • The Teide National Park is a sight to behold. Home to Spain’s largest mountain, the extinct volcano El Teide mountains spread out through the moon-like landscape.
  • Masca Gorge which has a unique geology providing fantastic scenery. Come during spring and the route will look a lot greener and be dotted with a mass of wild flowers. Head west to the Teno Rural Park and follow the paths along the rocky coastline, stopping for a dip in the rock pools along the way.

Sights

  • Garachico - a pretty village in the north west is punctuated with cobbled streets that house an authentic collection of restaurants and shops, it’s well worth a day trip with small swimming pools installed among its rocky coastline.
  • La Orotava - Spain’s highest town is also worth a visit. It’s held tight to its tradition and has some charming gardens which climb up the hill.
  • La Laguna - a UNESCO rated town centre. It’s home to Iglesia Santo Domingo de Guzman, a church which has what are said to be the graves of the Knights’ Templar.
  • Mount Teide National Park - the landscape here is beautiful and at the heart you will find the majestic mountain itself, hop on a cable car to the summit and take in the views.

Golf

Golf is popular on the island and there are many holidays that allow you to stay right next to the fairways.

  • Golf del Sur to the south is home to one of the island's most prestigious courses.

Shopping

  • A choice of shops are available in most resorts that sell essentials and gifts.
  • Markets - Los Cristianos boasts a market every Sunday, while the streets offer a myriad of shopping possibilities. Torviscas Fanabe has a market every Thursday and Saturday.
  • Shopping centres - Las Americas you'll find commercial centres throughout the resort with a plethora of shops and boutiques.
  • Local stores - Puerto de la Cruz is good for local crafts, while Los Gigantes, Puerto Santiago and Costa Adeje have a variety of shops and boutiques. Keep an eye open for the best buys such as leather, lace, ceramics, pottery and local flowers.

Water Attractions

  • Siam Park - the ultimate name in Tenerife water attractions. It boasts a wide variety of 20 slides. But it’s not all white-knuckle thrills, you can stop for a snack in the floating market, unwind on the lazy river and let the kids splash about in The Lost City.
  • Aqualand – situated in Costa Adeje you can enjoy more water rides, most of which let you race your friends. More orientated towards families, there are lots of gentler slides for younger visitors, as well as play structures and fountains. So let the kids play whilst you kick back on the Lava River or in the giant Jacuzzi.
  • Snorkelling, diving and other water activities - Tenerife’s clear warm waters provide excellent terrain for snorkelling and diving - dive down to the harbour wall to see some impressive volcanic rock formations. You’ll find a range of water sports available on the beach including kayaking and there’s also ample opportunity to enjoy a boat trip.
  • Saltwater lido in the centre of Playa Paraiso is a good option for a splash around.