Tenerife, the largest and most visited of the Canary Islands, is a captivating Spanish destination gifted with year-round sunshine, beautiful beaches, and diverse landscapes.

Where is Tenerife?

Tenerife is the largest and most populous island of the seven main Canary Islands, an archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean. Belonging to Spain, the Canary Islands are situated approximately 100 kilometres west of the Moroccan coast in north-west Africa.

The Largest Canary Island

Sandy beaches, natural splendour and picture-perfect villages

Temperatures rarely dip below 20℃, it’s on the same latitude as Florida and is home to the world’s third-highest volcano - it’s no surprise that Tenerife is hot property for travellers. Side-step the tourist hotspots and you’ll find an island that’s brimming with culture, gastronomy and striking scenery. The largest of the Canaries reels in seafood lovers, leaves stargazers well, starstruck, and as for wine buffs ... well, they are sure to be left satisfied.

What are Tenerife's top attractions?

Mount Teide National Park
Auditorio de Tenerife
Local Vineyards and Wine Tasting

Mount Teide National Park

Aside from the small matter of a volcano, take one small step into the lunar-like landscape of Mount Teide and you’ll feel light-years away from the rest of the island. The quickest way to reach the summit is by cable car. In just eight minutes you’ll feel like you’re on top of the world, and towering at 3,555 metres above sea level, you won’t be far off. Here you’ll find the petrified lava and kooky rock formations that provided the backdrop for Clash of the Titans,

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