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Tours in Tenerife

Tours in Tenerife

The capital of the largest of the islands in the archipelago, which was synonymous with a cool vacation in the 90s of the last century, Santa Cruz de Tenerife is famous all over the world for its carnival. It ranks second in the world after the Brazilian in terms of color and scale of what is happening. However, tours to Tenerife are interesting and are possible not only in February. The island drifting in the Atlantic Ocean boasts warm weather in any season and is therefore called the "Island of Eternal Spring".

Tourism as a driving force of the economy

It is the tourism industry that allows residents of the Canary Islands to live comfortably. The first guests arrived here in the middle of the last century, and over the next fifty years, dozens of modern hotels and guest houses have sprung up in Tenerife. Growing bananas and grapes also brings a good income, and travelers are happy to take away local wine from tours in Tenerife as a souvenir..
The main attraction of the island is its Teide volcano, whose snow cap height exceeds 3700 meters. The mountain is the highest point in Spain, to which the Canary Islands belong. Teide is listed as a natural heritage site by UNESCO.

Briefly about the important

  • The eternal spring in Tenerife guarantees warm pleasant weather both in summer and in winter. In July, the thermometers do not rise above +29, which guarantees a comfortable rest, and in winter it is rarely cooler than +23. The water is suitable for swimming at any time of the year, with the only difference that in winter the Atlantic waves are better for refreshing.
  • Traveling around the island is possible by buses equipped with air conditioning and even TVs. The international airport accepts flights from all cities in Europe, and the easiest way to get to Tenerife is through Madrid.
  • Among the man-made sights, participants of tours in Tenerife certainly visit the city of San Cristobal de la Laguna, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List..
  • There are mysterious objects on the island, the origin of which is still unknown. These are the Guimar pyramids on the southeast coast. Thor Heyerdahl, a famous Norwegian navigator, studied them in detail. As part of the tour in Tenerife, you can visit the national park with the six pyramids and the explorer's museum.
  • Fans of impressive landscapes should book hotels in the resort town of Los Gigantes, the main attraction of which are rocky coastal cliffs more than half a kilometer high.


  • Tours in Tenerife
  • Tours in Tenerife