Tenerife holidays can be as relaxing or as adventure packed as you would like to make them. Although in recent years, unfortunate events in places like Turkey and Egypt have convinced many holidaymakers to seek ‘safer’ options, Tenerife has been a popular destination – with good reason – since the sixties.
Once blighted with the reputation of being nothing more than a cheap destination for chavvy stag parties, the tourist board has worked hard to highlight Tenerife’s unique charms of which there are many.
For those looking to relax there are natural and man made beaches, some with beds and umbrellas to hire. The more adventurous will find coastal walks rewarded with coves and inlets in which to relax with a little less company from other tourists.
But not everyone wants to laze by the pool every day so for the more active or adventurous, there is hang gliding, windsurfing rafting bike, horse riding, golfing, rock climbing, hiking … and that is all in the daytime.
At night, Tenerife takes on another personality altogether. There are restaurants to suit every palette and every kind of pub and club you can imagine.
One Hundred Thousand Extra Tourists A great start to the year for hotels, restaurants and tourist attractions in Tenerife as it welcomes over one hundred thousand more tourists in the first quarter than it did for the same period last year. According to a story in El...read more
Overall, the TITSA Tenerife bus service is pretty good. It offers a cheap and cheerful way to get round the island, especially for those tourists who want to see the ‘real Tenerife’ as opposed to ‘tour bus Tenerife’. The buses are (usually)...read more
The Aparthotel Bella Vista Mirador is located in the La Paz district of Puerto de la Cruz. There are shops, bars and restaurants aplenty and when you get tired of mooching round the area, you can head back to the Bella Vista to chill by the heated pool. Those who like...read more
Tenerife South Airport Transfer 25% discount till May 2nd! Hands up those who enjoy starting their holiday off by hanging around the airport waiting for a bus or taxi? What, no-one? Okay, me neither. When I am on holiday I want to get where I am going and...read more
Club Marino, Costa Del Silencio Club Marino at the top end of Costa del Silencio is a 3 star family hotel. The average rates for a standard room fall in the region of $39 – $63 per night. There are supermarkets, bars and restaurants nearby and Club Marino is a...read more
Tenerife morning clouds can be quite dramatic as the rising sun catches them. Holidaymakers have nothing to worry about though as the clouds usually burn off in an hour or so and they can look forward to another glorious day on the ‘reef. As it happens,...read more