The well named "Island of Eternal Spring", natural treasure of the Atlantic Ocean, has a warm and constant climate throughout the year, with mild temperatures ranging from 22ºC to 28ºC. Its capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, stands out as one of the most important tourist destinations for both European and international visitors.

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Costa Adeje

Costa Adeje is a touristic spot combining golden beaches and vibrant nightlife. With a subtropical climate and high quality services, this Canarian resort offers an unforgettable holiday experience in a paradisiacal setting.

Teide National Park

Teide National Park is a natural spectacle of colossal dimensions. Dominated by the majestic Mount Teide, this UNESCO World Heritage Site captivates with moonlike landscapes, unique rock formations and unparalleled panoramic views, attracting visitors eager to explore its geological wonder.

The beaches

Tenerife's beaches are a coastal paradise with something for everyone. From the golden Playa de las Américas to the peaceful Playa de las Teresitas, via the Benijo beach and its black sands, every corner offers soft sands, crystal-clear waters and an exceptional natural environment that you will never forget.

Natural spaces

The Los Gigantes Cliffs are awe-inspiring with their imposing heights, creating a majestic silhouette facing the ocean in Tenerife. On the other hand, the Parque Rural de Anaga captivates with its ancient forests and rugged trails, offering a unique natural experience that reveals the diversity of the island's landscape.

Villages full of history

During your visit to Tenerife, don't miss the towns of La Orotava, La Laguna and Garachico, which will dazzle you with their historic charm and colonial architecture. Surrounded by lush vegetation and captivating landscapes, these villages with a Canarian soul offer a unique cultural experience, with cobbled squares, centuries-old churches and a historical legacy that lingers in every corner.