Tenerife attracts people passionate about the sun, the best beaches and its incomparable nature. However, this piece of paradise on earth offers much more than that. As the largest of the Canary Islands, it holds an irresistible attraction for millions of tourists from all over the world (last year, 5 million people visited).
Its history, its rich culture, its dreamy forests or its internationally famous festivals make this island one of the most visited and appreciated destinations. Discover all the possibilities it has to offer.

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Volcanic paradise

If you are planning a trip to Tenerife, a visit to the imposing volcano El Teide is a must. This majestic peak, the highest in Spain, offers panoramic views that will take your breath away. If you are a hiking enthusiast, we encourage you to climb to the top and contemplate the spectacular lunar landscape that surrounds this natural wonder.

Dream beaches

With an average annual temperature of around 22ºC, a visit to Tenerife is an invitation to take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean. The island is home to numerous dream beaches. One of the most popular is Playa Jardín, a tropical paradise with lush gardens where you can relax in the sun and enjoy a refreshing swim in the crystal-clear waters. You can also visit Playa Martiánez, famous for its saltwater pools that fill up with the tides.
We also recommend El Bollullo Beach (La Orotava), located in a dream enclave in the Orotava Valley (El Rincón). It is one of the best beaches on the island, surrounded by banana trees and with its typical black sand.

An island surrounded by nature

For nature and animal lovers, Lago Martiánez is a must-see. This complex of saltwater pools, designed by the famous architect César Manrique, will make you feel as if you were in a tropical oasis.
You can also enjoy dolphin and sea lion shows at the Loro Parque, a real animal paradise that cares for and protects different species.

Discover the island’s culture and history

If you are passionate about history and culture, the old town of Puerto de la Cruz will transport you to another era. Its cobbled streets and colonial-style houses will make you feel like you’re strolling through a traditional Canarian village. Don’t miss the Castillo San Felipe, a 17th century fortress that protected the port from pirate attacks.