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Take a hike up Mount Teide

Soaring over 12,000ft into the skies, Mount Teide is Spain’s tallest mountain and the world’s third-tallest volcano. Those in the mood for a workout can follow one of the 37 walking routes - or for a more chilled-out way to explore, hop on the cable car to take you up into the clouds. By night, it’s also the setting for the ultimate romantic escape, with the chance to stargaze right from the centre of the crater.

Make a splash at Siam Park

Rated the number-one waterpark in the world by TripAdvisor, Siam Parque boasts over 30 rides and attractions, from pulse-pounding kamikaze slides to a lazy river. The gigantic Palace of Waves pool even has its own real sand beach, and the Lost City splash park is perfect for little swimmers. There’s even a luxury champagne club with Balinese beds!

Go on a wild night out to Veronica's Strip

Those who live for a wild night out can't miss Veronica's Strip in Playa de las Americas. Head over to the strip after 10pm for an evening discovering the bouncing neon-lit bars and clubs that make Tenerife nightlife so famous.

Island hop to La Gomera

Heading off on a ferry from Los Cristianos to the neighbouring island of La Gomera in less than an hour, where you can discover jaw-dropping mountain ranges and some of the best top-class Canarian cuisine. The famous glass-fronted Abrante Viewpoint is the place to go for unforgettable views, but be warned if you're afraid of heights!

Explore The Market of Our Lady of Africa

This popular market consists of three squares with various stalls selling a range of products, including Spanish tapas, fruits and vegetables, baked goods and even fresh flowers. It’s the perfect opportunity to do some shopping, but the atmosphere alone paired with the traditional terracotta buildings is well worth a visit.

Lose yourself in lush botanical gardens

If you love being surrounded by beautiful nature, this one's for you. Ancient fig trees and tropical plants await in some of Tenerife’s most famous gardens. The main botanical gardens in Puerto de La Cruz date back to the 18th century, where you'll find leafy arches and colourful walkways, perfect for a peaceful day out.


Fancy making your own Tenerife-inspired cocktails? Check out our Tenerife cocktail masterclass!


  • What events can I go to in Tenerife?

    Events

    • Canary Islands International Music Festival (January/February) – Tenerife’s winter festival that is a must-visit for music lovers and culture enthusiasts.

    • Carnival (February/March) – Taking place in Santa Cruz, Tenerife Carnival is a gigantic celebration with parades, performances and parties that are out-of-this world and definitely not to be missed!

    • Corpus Christi (June) – A colourful religious festival that’s celebrated all over the island, but is best in La Orotava, where you can discover the flower-lined streets and incredible tapestry made from volcanic sands.

    • Festival of Saint Andrew (November) – One for the wine lovers, this is when cellars open up in Puerto de la Cruz and you can taste the new wine.

    • Christmas and New Year’s Eve (December) – It’s all about family, lots of good food, drinks and dancing. Spend Christmas and NYE in Tenerife and enjoy all of the traditional festivities but under the beaming sunshine.

  • Nightlife

    Playa de las Americas attracts party animals year after year with its collection cool of clubs, bars and pubs. Veronica’s Strip is where you can hop from bar to pub and end up showing off your best moves at the buzzing nightclubs.

    If you prefer day parties, head to Papagayo Beach Club in Playa de las Americas to enjoy cocktails under the sun with your favourite people, then dance the night away once the sun goes down. Over in Costa Adeje, Kaluna Beach Club is a fantastic place to dance in the Canarian heat, with a pool overlooking the sea for the true beach party experience.



  • Food & Drink

    The food in Tenerife is definitely something to get excited about. If you love a variety of flavours, meats, cheeses, and vegetables, you’re in the right place.

    • Churros de pescado - yummy fried pieces of fish served with alioli – a dish not to miss.

    • Queso asado - fried or baked local goats cheese that’s drizzled in the traditional Canarian sauces mojo rojo and mojo verde.

    • Papas arrugadas - delicious wrinkled salty potatoes, usually served with meat or fish but are delicious on their own or dipped in sauce.

    • Pimientos de Padron - also known as Padron Peppers, are the perfect combination of salt and spice for a tasty vegetarian bite.

    • Quesillo - a lovely dessert that’s made up of condensed milk and eggs with a caramel topping and served with whipped cream – yum!

    • 'Dorada' - the local beer that's brewed in Santa Cruz and is the perfect refreshment to enjoy on a hot day in Tenerife.