Tenerife Travel Guide

by our Spain expert Conrad Freethy
Conrad FreethyA snow-capped peak, a Dragon tree said to be 3,000 years old, a chat with a parrot and a dip in a natural salt water pool – you can do all of these in the space of the same day on the largest of the Canary Islands. From the fun-filled beaches that line the south west coast, to the green valleys strewn with orchids in the north east, there are rare Laurisilva forests rich with jungle-like vegetation, arid volcanic slopes dotted with candelabra cacti and dozens of species of flora and fauna you’ll only find here. Along with this botanical who’s who, traditional fiestas happen around the calendar, restaurants serve up local delicacies doused in red or green mojo sauces, while bars and clubs open round the clock.

Spain Facts

National Flag: Spanish Flag
Language(s): Spanish
Currency: Euro
Dialling Code: +34
Time Zones: Madrid : GMT + 1
Canary Islands : GMT
Balearic Islands : GMT + 1
Tourism Website:

Where is Tenerife – Location Map

Tenerife's Tower of Power water ride


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