Tenerife is a volcanic island in the Atlantic Ocean where winter feels like spring thanks to the fabulous average year-round temperature of 23ºC. A place where the people are genuinely friendly, an idyllic paradise with such diverse scenery you’ll think you were at a thousand places around the world at the same time, or even on the moon: the Teide National Park (a huge volcanic area straight out of the movies) will make you believe you’ve travelled to a different planet.
Tenerife is a holiday destination offering hundreds of things to do, seducing and enticing sun-seekers from all over Europe to its beaches to enjoy some relaxation, sunbathing and water sports or to immerse themselves in magical natural settings that range from surreal desert landscapes to lush green mountains. And all within easy reach.
It is an island that offers so many ways to have fun, and those who know us return year after year to relive incredible experiences and happy memories. You’ll find modern accommodation, endless activities and ideas, exquisite cuisine, traditions, culture, a safe environment and hospitality. What more do you need? Just come ready to have the best time of your life.
Sendero de los Sentidos
In order to decipher all that Tenerife’s countryside has to offer, we recommend visiting the Sendero de los Sentidos (Path of the Senses), a true natural landscape with information panels that will help you to stimulate your sight, hearing, touch and smell.
We also suggest you try canyoning, an activity attracting new participants on the Island every day and for which there are a great many suitable canyons (Tenerife is crisscrossed by hundreds of them); and caving, to explore underground caverns hidden beneath our feet.
Papagayo Beach Club
Papagayo Beach Club guarantees exclusive sensations and moments of fun and escapism. The breakfasts every morning right next to the beach are one of the main attractions. The top-quality cuisine can be tasted both at lunchtime and dinner in an extensive menu including seafood and superb meats as well as the best of international cuisine. And when night falls, the establishment displays all its charm, fusing the best of electronic music with an enthusiasm for cocktails and live shows.
Good to know
TITSA manages the public bus system on the island. Line 111 crosses the whole island, from the capital of Santa Cruz to Playa de las Américas, stopping at the South Airport. There is also a small tram system in Santa Cruz, composed of two lines, one of which connects to La Laguna, stopping at many majour landmarks and important places.
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