Things to do in Tenerife
A good climate, fun activities for children and adults alike, water and leisure parks and a beautiful natural setting. Tenerife has everything you need for the perfect getaway.
The Drago Milenario in Icod de los Vinos, which is over 800 years old, is one of the iconic symbols of the Canary Islands
The Teide Park, the Bosque Encantado, Los Gigantes, La Orotava, Icod de los Vinos, Masca, and star gazing sum up the essence of the island.
Thousands of years ago, the insides of the Cueva del Viento, the fifth-largest volcanic tunnel in the world, were chiselled away by lava flows.
The beaches in Tenerife impress visitors with their contrasts. Ranging from black to golden sands, wild to tame landscapes, one follows the other to create an unforgettable tour of the island.
With almost 340 kilometres of volcanic coastline, Tenerife is an outstanding destination for those seeking natural swimming pools—or charcos, as they are affectionately known by the Canary Islanders.
This municipality in northern Tenerife, one of the most environmentally protected areas in the whole island, offers the perfect setting in which to enjoy adventure sports.
The Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl saved this archaeological complex at the very last minute from destruction by urban greed, and today we can all enjoy this wonder of Tenerife.
There are spots you just can’t miss in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, from museums and historic monuments to unique restaurants and paradisiacal beaches.