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This island, crowned by Teide Volcano and boasting incredible landscape and mind-blowing beaches, is home to three Best Hotels: Best Semiramis (Puerto de la Cruz), Best Jacaranda ( Playa Fañabé • Costa Adeje) and Best Tenerife (Playa de las Américas • Arona).

Two World Heritage Sites, a National Park and 42 protected natural spaces are just some of the gems waiting to be discovered in Tenerife.


Tenerife is the perfect destination if you are looking to enjoy diverse beaches with sands of all colours, as well as the benefits of the sun and the immensity of the coast.

What kind of beach do you dream of? Maybe it has golden sands and calm waters; or maybe you can hear how the waves play with the shore. Maybe you enjoying seeing your feet sink into the heat of black sand while your soaked skin dries in the sun. Maybe you see yourself floating in a calm sea, diving between depths of volcanic rock, or enjoying your favourite sport on the waves. If this is what you imagine, Tenerife is the destination for you.

Its beaches are an extremely important asset, which is why they are well kept and they have been regenerated. Visitors in search of sun and sand find paradise on the island and enjoy magnificent holidays by the ocean with a wonderful climate.

South Tenerife

The southern area of the island is known for its wonderful sandy beaches that cover almost the entire coastline. The enviable climate and sun, which is constant year round, keep this area's waters warm, enabling water sports and a wide range of leisure options. An excursion to any of the impressive landscapes in southern Tenerife, dining in a restaurant with a terrace by the sea, and a fun day spent at a theme park are just some of the options available in the south of the island.

At Playa de las Américas, which is located between Arona and Adeje, you can enjoy a varied selection of bars, restaurants, cafés and nightclubs by the beach. During the day, the best option is to relax and listen to the sound of the sea, or attend a surfing or diving class as a family. The Costa del Silencio area has coves hidden among beautiful cliffs and bathed by the clear, warm waters the south of Tenerife is famous for.

The Costa Adeje, on the other hand, is known for its commercial areas, boutiques and luxury hotels, as well as its colonies of dolphins and whales that inhabit the waters in the south. You can see them up close thanks to the different companies that offer boat tours.

Puerto de la Cruz

Puerto de la Cruz on the north coast of Tenerife is home to golden beaches of intense volcanic colour, a maritime park and a small fishing port. In addition to the beauty and uniqueness of the area, it still holds the charm of its history in many buildings, squares, streets and paths.

The Avenida de Colón, Plaza de los Reyes Católicos, Ermita de San Telmo and Las Lonjas are some of the most picturesque places in the town, having preserved their cobbled streets.

Puerto de la Cruz is definitely a comfortable starting point for many excursions across the island and to the Canaries as excellent transport links are available (motorway and an airport).

Teide National Park

You simply must visit this wonderful National Park. You will enjoy scenery that seems as though it's from another planet. You will breathe in fresh air from the highest peak in Spain. You will walk among volcanic lava remains and you'll feel tiny compared to this impressive setting, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The highest peak in Spain (3,718 metres) has become a must-visit place. From the bottom of the ocean to its peak it is 7,500 metres.

Situated in the central area of the Canary Island of Tenerife in a protected space of 18,990 hectares, this space contains landscape of exceptional beauty and extraordinarily unique geological features of international relevance.

Lago Martiánez Beach

The Costa Martiánez complex, which is the pride of Puerto de la Cruz, is one of the most admired examples of coastal transformation. A prestigious technical team, directed by the renowned Lanzarote artist, César Manrique, performed this individual project, adapted to traditional Canarian architecture and complemented by vegetation elements of autochthonous flora and original sculptures.

The complex was officially opened on 30 April 1977 and was declared of Cultural Interest in the "Historic Garden" category in 2005. A section of this small, black sand beach is open to the sea and is perfect for surfing. The other section is protected by a dyke and is next to the man-made lake with more than 23,000 m3 of seawater.

This lake highlights the other four pools available to adults and three children's pools, all of which are original and beautiful. A varied range of bars, restaurants and kiosks afford the complex vitality and make it one of the most attractive centres on the island.

Loro Parque

Loro Parque, an experience you can't miss out on, is one of the main attractions in Tenerife and an internationally famous adventure, as well as the most loved animal park in the Canary Islands.

It is a natural paradise that will results in a truly memorable holiday experience. Loro Parque provides extraordinary opportunities to come into contact with our animals and the careful reproduction of their natural habitats that will transport you to the animal kingdom.

Discover the Antarctic at Planet Penguin, which is home to an iceberg with more than 200 penguins. Take a seat at our OrcaOcean show and enjoy the strength and agility of our orcas. Be amazed at the acrobatic skills of our dolphins who defy gravity. In addition, our sea lions will make you laugh, while our brightly coloured parrots fly around you.

Siam Park

SIAM PARK, the kingdom of water, is a leading attraction in the new generation of water parks.

Kinnaree, the Dragon, the Gigante and Torre del Poder are some of the attractions offering speed and adrenaline to those seeking intense experiences. There is also fun available for little ones: Sawasdee is the perfect water play area and it has a replica of the main attractions so they can enjoy the sensation of adrenaline in a size-appropriate manner.

Torre del Poder: a true adrenaline rush that millions of people have dared to try to experience the adventure of zero gravity in a drop of almost 28 vertical metres.

With incredible settings inspired by Thai architecture and abundant vegetation, Siam Park is considered one of the best water parks in the world.


Joy and colours inundate the streets and you will feel central to a great, improvised spectacle. There is nothing stopping you enjoying Carnival.

The most symbolic festival on the island has been bringing smiles to faces and filling Tenerife with rhythm, glitter and abandon for centuries.

The February Carnival is the most famous festivity in Tenerife. Legend has it that Carnival was celebrated on the island during the first years of colonisation. Today, it has been preserved thanks to the fun and joy of the costumes and masks on show, as well as the troupes, street musicians and bands. Carefully prepared, their dances and outfits are similar to carnivals in Brazil. In addition to parades, the celebration extends to the beaches where the fiesta continues until dawn.


Water sports are the most popular activities in Tenerife for two obvious reasons: the sea and the good weather. On the island you can enjoy any water sport: surfing, sailing, diving, fishing...

However, the island also offers you the chance to enjoy other sports. There are magnificent riding clubs, tennis and squash courts, and a complete network of tourist trails.

There are nine courses where you can enjoy golf in Tenerife. Fancy a round while taking in views of the Teide? Or would you prefer to have the sound of the waves accompany you?

Leisure and shopping

Tenerife is a tourist destination that combines services with the charm and beauty of a traditional and historic island. It offers visitors many lovely places as well as the chance to purchase everything they could wish for, in addition to unique conditions.

As well as its markets and shops selling typical products, you will find all the stores you would expect to find in a large city.

The Costa Adeje has become a place of pilgrimage for fans of select shopping. This activity in this tourist enclave is shared across three commercial centres: El Mirador, with small boutiques and cute restaurants; Gran Sur, with 'prêt-à-porter' chains and leisure zones; and Plaza del Duque, which is the king of luxury brands and an exquisite space offering personalised attention.