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.
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.
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.
The Costa Adeje is made up of nearly twenty beaches. This stretch of Tenerife’s coast is enchanting, with all kinds of ways to have fun.
The Barranco del Infierno Special Nature Reserve boasts a spectacular waterfall measuring over 200 metres in a gorgeous, canyon-filled setting.
Designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava, the Tenerife Auditorium is one of the leading concert halls for opera and classical music in Spain.
The Drago Milenario in Icod de los Vinos, which is over 800 years old, is one of the iconic symbols of the Canary Islands
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 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.