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About Tenerife

With over ten million visitors each year, Tenerife is the godfather in the archipelago family. With a heavy British influence, this sunshine drenched island is a clubbers paradise and sun worshipers wonderland with all-inclusive resorts and white sandy beaches, clubs, bars restaurants and entertainment on every corner.

However, look beyond the bustling night life and family-fuelled frenzies of the tourist trap areas, and you'll discover an island of extraordinary civility and diversity.

From designer shops and tropical forest walks to treks into the solidified volcanic lava that spills across its landscape, culture, nature and tranquility abound. Alternatively, experience the sultry Carnaval celebrations that are only comparable to Rio with its Mardi-Gras celebrations among others.

Looking for even more culture, there are a wealth of museums, galleries and old-colonial towns and for drama they've got the Pico del Teide, the snow-capped and tallest Spanish mountain and host to some of the most remarkable hiking around.

With year round highs of 25 and lows of 18, this is a perfect destination for sun any time you need to get away. Rain is minimal, though higher in the winter months, but be warned, the tradewinds (particularly in the northeast) can take a bit of getting used to, particularly during the windy season when the canaries become a kite and windsurfers paradise.

A glorious place to visit and great option when you want to guarantee a tan, even in the dead of winter, its surely time to book your next trip now?

Tenerife Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

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26th March 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

How to spend 3 days in south Tenerife

Tenerife has two parts, the North and the South. Each of them has different characteristics. From their weather to restaurants, traditions, and culture. However, both are extremely wonderful and worth to visit. In this article, we will be focusing on South Tenerife, Spain. It offers a lot of fun and exciting activities. South Tenerife Airport is also the second busiest airport (next to Gran Canaria) in the Canary Islands. ...

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12th February 2021 by Andy

Cheapest places to holiday in August

Throughout Europe, August is the busiest holiday season of the year. With scorching hot temperatures and summer holidays on everyone’s wish lists, it can also be the most expensive. It pays to keep your eyes open for package deals, in order to book early. The team at Simply Holiday Deals will make it easy for you, by delivering the best ones straight to your inbox.If you can schedule your holiday for later in the month, it’s possible to take advantage of cheaper prices, as the holidays wind...

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9th February 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab

The Canarian potatoes recipe: How to make Papas Arrugadas

Papas arrugadas. They may look as though they’re just potatoes with more wrinkles than Mick Jagger and a crusting of salt on the top but…No, hang on, it’s true. The recipe boils down (ho-ho!) to potatoes and, er, salt. Some daring souls throw in a splash of lemon juice but I suspect that’s because they feel embarrassed to list a “recipe” with only two ingredients....

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29th May 2019 by While I'm Young

Where to eat in Tenerife (and what to order)

Its popularity with British holidaymakers might fool you into thinking Tenerife’s gastronomy extends only as far as The Great British Fry Up, but my recent press trip to the Canary island taught me that Tenerife’s local food is reason alone to book a trip there. The destination’s 3,000 or so restaurants are affordable, meaning you can sample some of the best food in Tenerife even if you’re on a budget. Travellers who want to splash out, though, can choose from four Michelin starred...

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23rd May 2019 by Rachel Nicole

Six destinations to consider for family beach holiday

As we are moving into the Summer months, where to go on holiday is something playing on many people’s minds. There are so many choices of amazing resorts to choose from so I thought I’d suggest a couple of destinations for cheap family holidays. Whether you are looking for a Summer Holiday this year or planning ahead for 2020, there are some amazing beach destinations suitable for all the family. We are talking about gorgeous beaches, water parks, family entertainment and endless fun!...

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28th May 2019 by While I'm Young

23 unique things to do in Tenerife (beyond your hotel)

Holidays to Tenerife have been popular amongst us Brits for decades but not everyone who visits the island strays from its beaten path and experiences life beyond the resorts. I visited on a press trip with Jet2.com and Visit Tenerife to explore the lesser-known parts of the destination recently and discovered all of the fun, unique things to do in Tenerife. Over the course of our three day stay in Tenerife, I learned so much about the holiday destination. Did you know there are around 300...

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9th February 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab

Tenerife food guide: How to find authentic Canarian food in Tenerife

The food in Tenerife blends together influences from nearby Africa, the trade with the new Americas, and, of course, the reach of Castilian Spain. But with all that mixed in, the cuisine in Tenerife still has its own identity. My favourite, forever, will be papas arrugadas with green and red mojo....

Weather in Tenerife

Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Tenerife

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January
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February
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March
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April
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August
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September
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October
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November
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December