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Discover Tenerife

Tenerife is the largest island of the Canary Islands archipelago and it is considered a miniature continent due to the great diversity of its landscape. With an average temperature of 22ºC (72ºF) all year round, it is the ideal destination to enjoy a holiday at any time of year.

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Tenerife is an island of volcanic origin that combines breathtaking natural landscapes with stunning seabeds, mountains, volcanoes… Also, make sure you visit the Gigantes Cliffs, Teno Rural Park, Teide National Park, Corona Forestal Natural Park, Chinyero volcano… Come and discover our amazing island!

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Rising almost 12,200 ft. above sea level, Teide is the highest summit in Spain and the third highest volcano on Earth, from its base in the seabed. Located in Teide National Park, it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007 and is part of a protected natural environment. It is also considered the most emblematic natural monument in the Canary Islands.

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Gigantes Cliffs

These stunning vertical walls of between 1000 ft. and 2000 ft. fall into the Atlantic Ocean and offer a unique view to all visitors. Known as “The Wall of Hell” back in Guanche times, the Gigantes Cliffs are one of Tenerife’s most stunning natural landscapes.

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With golden, grey or black sand and warm and quiet waters, the beaches and coves in Tenerife are ideal for swimming and practicing water sports. Our hotels are located a stone’s throw from the famous Playa de la Arena, one of the best beaches on the island, in the town of Puerto de Santiago. This black-sand beach was awarded a European Blue Flag in 1989 thanks to the excellent quality of its waters.

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Tenerife is much more than just sun and beaches. It is also gastronomy, sports, hiking trails, whale watching, theme parks, museums… There is a large selection of leisure activities on the island for all tastes and ages.