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    Versatile Tenerife

    Tenerife offers an endless list of enjoyable activities for all types of travellers. Whether you are seeking a relaxed beach holiday, an active outdoor adventure or just a beautiful location in which unwind, Tenerife can provide you with the ultimate travel experience. Despite its small size, the island offers a large variety of breathtaking landscapes. You can drive from prehistoric forests and snow-capped mountains to volcanic desert plains and golden sand coves in just an hour! Every corner of the island is an unexpected discovery well worth visiting. Pair this with an unbeatable subtropical climate where the average annual temperature is a pleasant 22°C, and you have the perfect winter sun destination.

    The island’s unique landscape is home to over 50 endemic species. The island authorities, supported by the European Union, have taken measures to protect the natural surroundings. As a result there are 43 protected areas in Tenerife such as the Teide National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site features Mount Teide, the world’s third tallest volcanic cone and Spain’s highest peak. Complex successions of volcanic eruptions have formed its unique landscape making Teide National Park a spectacular sight to see. Experienced climbers can reach the top of Mount Teide by obtaining a permit in advance.


    Versatile Tenerife

    A nature lover’s paradise

    Tenerife is a hiker’s heaven with more than 1,000 km of official hiking tracks. It is the best way to experience Tenerife’s protected natural spaces and each footpath offers surprising insights into the heritage of the island. Walk through woodlands, follow meandering ancient watercourses and be amazed by wonderful views. Keep an eye out for the Canary bird, a colourful bird endemic to the Canary Islands that can be seen and heard in pine forests and fields.

    Many footpaths have been improved to comply with the European standards of ERA (European Ramblers Association). Access to the “Footpath of the Senses”, located in Anaga Rural Park, has also been improved for families as well as visually impaired and disabled visitors. The Anaga Mountains provide some of the most stunning views over the island. Don’t miss out on the Sea of Clouds, a natural phenomenon where layers of clouds can be viewed from above.


    Tenerife - A nature lover's paradise

    Tenerife’s south coast is good for more than just sunbathing. The tranquil, clear waters around the coastline are perfect for whale watching. Thanks to an abundant supply of food as well as protection from harsh winds by the mountainous landscape, many whales and dolphins have made Tenerife’s coastline their home. Thanks to the favourable climate, whale watching tours are available all year round.

    Intriguing culture and traditions

    Venture off the beaten track and explore tiny villages and towns in the verdant, lush north of Tenerife. Traditional life on the island has changed very little over the years. The historical quarter of the university town La Laguna is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with cobbled streets and many monuments of historical interest. The geometrical urban layout of the town has even served as a model for much larger cities such as Havana in Cuba.

    The volcanic terrain and mild climate of the island are perfect for growing grapes so it should not come as a surprise that Tenerife’s wine tradition dates back to the 15th century. The island has produced many award-winning wines that pair perfectly with the local cuisine. Enjoy some delicious traditional tapas or other local dishes such as “papas arrugadas” with “mojo” sauce.


    Tenerife - Intruiging culture and traditions




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