The island of Tenerife invites you, with its subtropical climate and warm waters, to submerge yourself in the depths of the Atlantic Ocean in search of clues about its volcanic past
The short distance and beautiful landscape of the Masca Ravine trail has made it one of the most popular hiking routes on the island of Tenerife.
There are many things to see in Icod de los Vinos, which is undoubtedly one of the most appealing towns in northern Tenerife.
The Los Gigantes Cliffs are an extraordinarily beautiful volcanic formation which has become one of the island’s major tourist attractions.
Tenerife has many festivals for all audiences, with Carnival as the main attraction and religious pilgrimages as the traditional counterpoints.
A privileged climate, waves for all tastes, volcanic landscapes and warm waters all year round… For surfers, Tenerife is the closest thing to paradise.
There are over 100 wineries in Tenerife, most of which are open to visitors. Here, you can try the island’s magnificent volcanic wines.
Travelling to Tenerife with children is like going to a treasure-packed island. The sea, the volcanoes and the nature reserves conspire to make everything look like a story.
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.
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.