Things to see in Tenerife
Come and discover this ‘parrot paradise’, which has been attracting visitors since its opening in 1972. Now recognised as the ‘Best Zoo in the World’, Loro Parque also houses a world famous science centre.
The Lago Martiánez complex, the Playa Jardín beach and the historic centre of Puerto de la Cruz make it one of the most tourist-oriented enclaves in Tenerife.
A youthful ambience, but a colonial style: that is La Laguna, home to the Canary Islands’ oldest university, and a stamping ground for students every weekend. A magical city, steeped in contrasts.
The coastal town, which was once home to the most active port in Tenerife, today offers tourists a beautiful historic quarter and natural volcanic pools
Accessible, lively and with all the services you could need, Playa de las Américas is a Tenerife beach that is sure to delight.
Ascending Mount Teide by cable car is an exciting activity that can’t be missed during your trip to Tenerife because it’s an easy way to reach the summit of the volcano.
There’s plenty to see in Los Cristianos. This southern area of Tenerife offers you a chance to enjoy nature and fun of all kinds.
La Orotava is a charming town whose streets are bursting with colour and history, lush nature and delicious food
Playa de las Teresitas beach is one of the most frequented by those looking to enjoy a relaxing, family day on the seashore.
What to see in Adeje: the tourist paradise in southern Tenerife that was once the capital of the ancient Guanche kingdom
Discover one of Tenerife’s major tourist resorts: a town with sea and mountains, wide beaches, historical heritage and natural spaces such as the Barranco del Infierno ravine.