Tenerife has long been a popular holiday destination, particularly with the British. This Canary Island promises year-round sun, cocktails on the beach, and fun-filled attractions such as Siam Park and Loro Parque. But there are also plenty of unusual places to visit in Tenerife, away from the busy resorts and guaranteed to keep even the most over-grown kids occupied, including the world’s third largest volcano, Mount Teide.
Tenerife is so varied – from the vibrant resorts and golden beaches of the south to the dark, volcanic sand of the north, through to its historic towns, so you’ll want to explore.
Hiring a car in Tenerife is always a good idea, as traversing the island from south to north and vice-versa is very easy and ‘doable’ in 70-minutes. You can also do the journey by bus so you get the best of both worlds on the island .
If perhaps you’ve visited a few times before, or you’re looking for a day trip that offers something a little different. We have great ideas on what to do in Tenerife as well as where to stay.
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