Routes and strolls through 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 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.
Get ready to do water sports at this tourism hub in southern Tenerife, an area surrounded by the stunning desert landscape of the Montaña Roja Special Nature Reserve.
The Barranco del Infierno Special Nature Reserve boasts a spectacular waterfall measuring over 200 metres in a gorgeous, canyon-filled setting.
Mount Teide, a 3,718-metre giant, is the highest peak in Spain and the undisputed star of Mount Teide National Park, a marvellous volcanic landscape.
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.
The Los Gigantes Cliffs are an extraordinarily beautiful volcanic formation which has become one of the island’s major tourist attractions.
Tenerife is a dream destination for hikers because of its incredible scenery.
Situated in the highlands of southern Tenerife, the town of Vilaflor astonishes visitors with its lush vegetation, winter snow and great, traditional Canarian cuisine.