The assortment of boat trips around Tenerife is infinite, and almost all offer the option to also go whale and dolphin watching. Ready to set sail?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A privileged climate, waves for all tastes, volcanic landscapes and warm waters all year round… For surfers, Tenerife is the closest thing to paradise.
The Los Gigantes Cliffs are an extraordinarily beautiful volcanic formation which has become one of the island’s major tourist attractions.
The biggest island in the Canary archipelago has plenty to offer groups, from climbing Mount Teide to a night out in Costa Adeje, or a day of fun in the best water park in the world.