Tenerife

Travel Guide
Tenerife

Tenerife Travel Guide Video

When you’re ready for that much needed break, fewdestinations can beat the sun, sea and sand of Tenerife. The largest andprobably most popular of all the CanaryIslands in Spain, Tenerife is an ideallocation for tourists and travellers of all kinds, from watersport enthusiaststo partiers to those just looking for a little peace and quiet.

If you’re in Tenerife,you’re going to want to enjoy some time outdoors on the waterfront, and thereare plenty of beaches to try in Tenerife. ElMedano Beach and Garden Beach are among the best local beachside haunts in thiscoastal location, popular with tourists. Other fine beaches worth checking outare Teide Observatory and Del Duque Beach.

If the crowds are getting a bit much, you canalways take a break from the streets and get inspired by nature by spendingsome time in a selection of the well-maintained public parks and gardens aroundthe city. Nature lovers are recommended to head to La Granja Park, The AncientDragon Tree, Sitio Litre Garden and the lovely Garcia Sanabria Park.

Feeling competitive? Well there’s no more relaxingactivity than golf, and Tenerife is well known forits golfing. Grab yourself a buddy and check out some of the great local golfcourses. Keen golfers will appreciate the well-designed fairways at Golf delSur or Golf Las Americas. For more great golfing options, also check outAmarilla Golf and Country Club and Buenavista Golf.

Public squares are the perfect places to feel thepulse of a city, and these popular squares in Tenerife are no exception. Plazade Espana, Plaza Iglesia and Plaza del Charco offer postcard pretty perfection– so don’t forget your camera!

The Tenerife area is arich source of culture there’s plenty waiting to be discovered at at thesepopular museums. Among the best museums to visit here are the Museo Militar deAlmeyda, the Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes and the charming Centro de Arte LaRecova.

Tenerife offers a wideselection of aquatic adventures and activitieson their many beaches, includingwind surfing, kitesurfing and kayaking, to name but a few. If you are visiting Tenerifewith your partner and kids, treat them to a visit to its fun-filledchild-friendly attractions. Let the children fly free at Siam Water Park andthe popular Aqualand Costa Adeje, but don't leave town until you’ve visitedLoro Parque, number one in Tenerife when it comes to family fun.

Where to stay in Tenerife

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Callao Salvaje

Seaside views, bars and spas highlight some of the notable features of Callao Salvaje. Make a stop by Ajabo Beach while you're exploring.

Callao Salvaje
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Villa de Adeje

Though Villa de Adeje may not have many top sights, you can venture to the surrounding area to see attractions like Barranco del Infierno Trail and Golf Costa Adeje.

Villa de Adeje