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Sunny Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands and also the most popular. Yet its appeal goes far beyond its stunning beaches, with people now flocking to the island to explore its rich culture, wild volcanic terrain and quaint villages too. Whether you're looking to relax on a bronze-worthy beach holiday, grab your hiking boots and explore the vibrant landscape or treat the kids to a week of waterparks, you're sure to find everything on Tenerife holidays.

 

With guaranteed sunshine all year round, family-friendly resorts including Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos and just a four-hour flight time, holidays in Tenerife top the charts for beach lovers. The resort has a scintillating nightlife scene with clubs including Tramps and Veronicas in party central Playa del Americas, or if you prefer conversations and cocktails, Medano is your best option. If you’re craving some quality time soaking up the rays, you can head to the island's quieter beaches like Las Terasitas, nestled in the foothills of Anaga Mountains or the tiny cove of San Marcos.

 

Thanks to the island's amazing weather, holidays to Tenerife are also a firm favourite winter sun spot with January temperatures reaching around 20°C, so you can swap grey skies for golden sunshine, sandy beaches and incredible surf! With so much to do on this cool Canary Island, why wait? Book a superb last minute deal and discover all that Tenerife has to offer today.

 

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Colourful Towns

Tenerife has many quaint, traditional villages where you can get a taste of local life and find quiet restaurants away from the main resorts. The capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, has managed to remain relatively tourist free so exploring its quirky shops and wandering around its colourful buildings is endlessly enjoyable.

Taste the Real Tenerife

 

Taste the Real Tenerife

Thanks to its fertile soil, Tenerife is the largest wine producer in the Canaries and has several vineyards producing great bottles. Enjoy a vineyard tour and pick up the very reasonably priced wines en route. The local wines are even more delicious if you are enjoying the local cheeses at the same time! In addition to superb wines, you will find delicious fresh fish dishes all over the island.

 
Seek out the Nightlife

 

Seek out the Nightlife

Most resorts offer some form of nightlife, but if you are looking for an endless array of party options on your Tenerife holiday then head to Playa de las Americas where you will find a wide variety of bars and clubs entertaining holidaymakers every night. If you fancy a less touristy scene then check out the clubs in Puerto de la Cruz or some of the smaller resorts.

 
Visit Volcanoes!

 

Visit Volcanoes!

Tenerife’s must-see national park is a picturesque canvas of craters, volcanoes and rivers of petrified lava. If you’re feeling energetic, experience the park by foot and hike up the hills, or take the Teide cable car to the peak of Spain’s tallest mountain, Mt. Teide, for breathtaking views without the breathtaking climb! Discover geological treasures and learn the park’s secrets in the two visitor centres which also feature restaurant areas and refreshments.

 
Thrilling Rides and Waterslides

 

Thrilling Rides and Waterslides

Tenerife’s Siam Park, crowned as one of the best water attractions in the world, is sure to send your pulse racing with its 28m high ‘Tower of Power’ and its dark Volcano vortex-style slide. If you like a real challenge, set yourself a mission to conquer the Mekong Rapids and career through wild waters in fun family-sized rafts. You don’t have to be an adrenaline addict to enjoy the park as there are also tranquil gardens to explore and purpose-built sandy beaches.

 
Go on a Jeep Safari

 

Go on a Jeep Safari

Take to the road on your Tenerife holiday and explore the island’s majestic national park by jeep. The circular route takes you to Vilafor, the highest village in Spain, through vast scented pine forests, along winding roads with panoramic views of the island and to the inner crater of the volcano. After lunch you can explore the Masca Valley, naturalists and photographers with a sense of adventure will love this trip.

 
Go Under the Waves

 

Go Under the Waves

Prepare yourself for an underwater experience of a lifetime as you glide through the Mediterranean Sea, 30 metres below the surface on a submarine safari. Holidaymakers sit by their own large porthole to watch the underwater world drift by. See stingrays, eels, barracudas and starfish, along with eerie underwater shipwrecks, you can even help feed the stingrays. Submarine Safaris operates from the San Miguel Marina.

 
A Night at the Opera

 

 

A Night at the Opera

Tenerife’s answer to the Sydney Opera House is the ornate Auditorio de Tenerife, designed by architect Santiago Valls. Situated in the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the petal-like structure is on the waterfront at Avenue of the Constitution and is home to the Tenerife Symphonic Orchestra. Take some great snaps of your Tenerife holiday next to its dramatic exterior or at one of its memorable shows. A popular and romantic landmark, especially at night when it is all lit up.

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