Travel Guide of Tenerife
Tenerife, the island of contrasts, stands out for its spectacular nature in every corner. It is the largest island in the Canary archipelago and one of the most renowned worldwide, among other things because of the presence of the highest peak in Spain, Teide National Park, the heart of Tenerife and the Canary Islands. It is the perfect tourist destination, because it is much more than sun and beach, believe it or not. It is a place with an incredible heritage, history and a great variety of leisure activities to enjoy either alone, as a couple or with the family; as this island has plans for everyone.
It is difficult to summarize in a few words the essence of Tenerife as it covers great possibilities of being one of your favorite destinations if you decide to come to visit. Perfect geographical location for stargazing in a unique environment, unique native flora and fauna in the world, one of the most recognized gastronomy of the Spanish territory, a wide range of tourism and the warmth and friendliness of its people, make Tenerife a perfect destination for your holidays. Furthermore, all this is highlighted by the sustainable viability that the island of Tenerife follows, an example of sustainability with its environment and resources.
In Tenerife you can do what you like best any day of the year, as it has a perfect climate almost all year round (sometimes it rains). You can see the whales in the wild not far from its shores, take a photo on the highest peak in Spain, Teide and see the historic center of the Laguna among others ...
Why visit Tenerife?
Without a doubt, the main reason to visit Tenerife is the climate, as this island of those lucky enough to live there enjoys an average temperature of 21ºC all year round. With such a perfect climate there is no excuse to enjoy all the beauty that Tenerife has to offer. Enjoy Siam Park, go hiking, watch dolphins and whales in freedom, enjoy its countless beaches and, above all, you will have the chance to visit the Teide National Park and climb to the peak of Teide, the highest point in Spain.
Given the characteristics of Tenerife, it is probably the most diverse island of all the Canary Islands and the one that brings together a greater and more varied offer of leisure and culture in all its extension. Activities around Teide (hiking, observatory of Teide, cable car to Teide), visit the great theme parks of Tenerife as the water park Siam Park (the best water park in the world) or the best zoo in Europe as the Loro Parque; visit the most important cities of Tenerife as the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the tourist city par excellence as Puerto de la Cruz or La Laguna, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1999, and many more activities you can do in Tenerife.
Due to the extension of the island of Tenerife, it is recommended to divide the trip into three parts: What to see in Tenerife North, What to see in the south of Tenerife and finally, what to see in the center of Tenerife
If you first decide to travel to the north of Tenerife you can not fail to visit the cities of Puerto de la Cruz or walk through the historic center of San Cristobal de La Laguna, as well as visit Garachico or discover the Anaga Rural Park.
When you visit the south of Tenerife you may think you are somewhere else, but no, it is still Tenerife. Perfect place to disconnect and have a great time on the spectacular beaches with a multitude of activities to do, as well as a great offer of leisure and nightlife such as Costa Adeje or Playa de las Americas. It is also highly recommended to spend at least one day in Los Cristianos.
This island hides secrets that would fascinate any expert traveler, filling it with unique experiences of Tenerife.
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