Things to see in Tenerife
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.
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.
Playa de las Teresitas beach is one of the most frequented by those looking to enjoy a relaxing, family day on the seashore.
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.
Around 30 street markets are held in Tenerife each week. They’re the perfect place to buy everything from food and local handicrafts to fashion, accessories, tableware and antiques.
Remodelled by the Swiss architects Herzog & De Meuron, Tenerife’s Plaza de España combines tradition with modernity. A must-see.
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.
Number 3 on Calle San Francisco, in the beautiful historic centre of La Orotava, houses a stately home where time seems to have stood still.
Designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava, the Tenerife Auditorium is one of the leading concert halls for opera and classical music in Spain.