Things to Do | Travel to Tenerife

One of Tenerife's national treasures is Teide National Park, the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Looming large over this surreal landscape is Mount Teide, Spain,Äôs highest peak at 12,198 feet above sea level. Of the world, 79 species of dolphins and whales, 21 live near Tenerife, Canary Islands, including permanent colonies of pilot whales and bottlenose dolphins.

All live just three miles off the coast year-round.

p> Not only from Tenerife, it's natural assets to give you energy and vitality but visit to one of the spas, located across the Island, allows time for relaxation. The trip to the spa gives you time to switch off and forget about the daily routine and feel renewed both in body and mind.

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Visit Tenerife, world-famous vineyards to learn the vintner's art while enjoying a meal in an exceptional setting. A volcanic territory may not seem ideal for agriculture but it is in fact, extremely fertile land.

Blessed with dramatic mountain and seascapes and enhanced by near-perfect climate, Tenerife in the Canary Islands is a year-round golfer,Äôs paradise.

The crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean around Tenerife and the Canary Islands are filled with a rich diversity of marine life, making for an undersea paradise for the veteran diver to the first-timer. But Tenerife is not for submariners alone. The unadulterated skies of Tenerife, Canary Islands are so clear and devoid of light and air pollution that it is regarded as the premier global site for stargazing by professionals and amateurs alike.

It is home to the prestigious Canary Islands

There is no time to be bored on Tenerife, which has many theme parks where you can enjoy unforgettable experiences. Open all year, they are the perfect supplement to all the activities and places to discover on your holiday.

  • Adam Floyd