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Destination of the month

Welcome to Tenerife

Tenerife is perhaps the brashest of the Canary Islands with a reputation for all-inclusive resorts and over five million visitors a year proof of its enduring popularity.

Flying to Tenerife 

Aer Lingus flies to Tenerife from October 28, 2018 to March 29, 2019
Ryanair flies to Tenerife year-round

TenerifeOctober 28, 2018 - March 29, 2019Book Flights
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Things to do here

Tenerife is served by two airports, Tenerife North and Tenerife South, with the island’s capital in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The island’s resorts are well known with water sports and golf year-round activities. At the island’s heart is the Mount Teide volcano, which rises to 3,718m above sea level, making it Spain’s highest peak. A cable car takes visitors 1,200m above the crater floor to mesmerising views over much of the Canarian archipelago. A must for any visitor.

To Eat

  1. Guaydil is a contemporary restaurant in La Laguna, Tenerife’s second city, offering an menu that includes local favourites like prawn-stuffed crêpes.
  2. Located on the harbour in Los Cristianos on Tenerife's south coast,  EL Cine offers simply prepared seafood with the fish of the day prominent.

To Stay

  1. Hotel Reveron Plaza is the oldest hotel in Los Cristianos, dating back to 1949. This family run hotel is a two-minute walk from Playa de los Cristianos beach. The rooms are traditionally furnished with balconies. There is also a rooftop pool. 
  2. Dream Hotel Gran Tacande and Spa is located on Duque Beach, overlooking the island of La Gomera. Set around two outdoor swimming pools, this 5-star hotel offers a spa and rooms with balconies.

Masca Scenic

Balancing on a rocky plateau in the Teno Mountains, the village of Masca was cut off from the rest of the island until the 1970s. Highlights include a small museum and a handful of good restaurants featuring local dishes. 

La Laguna Cultural

Once the capital of the island, this university city is a UNESCO World Heritage site where convents and beautifully preserved mansions dating from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries sit cheek-by-jowl with tapas bars, antique shops and bookstores. 

Cueva del Viento Tour

The largest volcanic tube in the European Union – and the fourth-largest in the world – the Cueva del Viento runs for 11 miles in a three-tiered labyrinth of tunnels beneath the municipality of Icod de los Vinos. There are guided tours.

Whale-and Dolphin-Watching Tour

Around 28 species of whales and dolphins feed in the warm waters between Tenerife and the neighbouring island of La Gomera, making it a great location for whale watching and the like. Daily trips from Los Cristianos and Los Gigantes.