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Tenerife is the most popular island of the archipelago and has a fantastic weather all year long. It is called The Island Of Eternal Spring and it a favorite spot for tourists from all over Europe, especially from the UK or Germany.
Tenerife is the best choice for a holiday to Canary Islands if you are interested in having an active holiday. You can hire a car and explore the entire island and of course you must go to Teide National Park, where you can see the highest point in all Spain.
The first Cross Golf Costa Adeje is taking place in the Los Lagos course, in Golf Costa Adeje, on July 30th, organized by the Espíritu Triabona Adeje sports club and the Adeje Council’s Department of Sport. The event will cover a 3-kilometer circuit.
Los Cristianos is one of the most popular destinations in Tenerife and many tourists choose it as a base for their holiday due to its beautiful beaches, long promenade, and nice hotels.
'La Televisión' will be the theme of the 2024 Carnival in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which will be held between January 12 and February 18.
Playa de las Americas - Tenerife's most famous resort, popular for the nightlife and partying, a true Mecca for visitors who come to the island not only to lay in the sun all day long, but also to party hard all night long.
The South of Tenerife is where most of the tourism on the island is concentrated, due to the great sunny weather all year round.
The hotel and non-hotel establishments associated with Ashotel announced that accommodation bookings for Easter in Tenerife are already at 79.31%, only 3% less than the estimated numbers for Easter 2019, the pre-pandemic reference year.
May is a good month to visit Tenerife if you are looking for a warm and peaceful holiday before the school year ends. The island starts blooming and the weather is perfect for sunbathing without being too overly hot that you have to hide from the scorching sun.
April can have a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to weather, although it may have more to do with people's erroneous expectations, than with the actual weather on the island. So what's the problem then?
If you're traveling to Tenerife in March, don't miss celebrating St. Patrick's day in the south of the island, where there are lots of Irish bars that do big celebrations on that day.
The International Carnival of Los Cristianos returns to the streets after three years with Japan as the main theme.
Like most other towns in Tenerife, Buenavista del Norte celebrates its own carnival.
Teide National Park in Tenerife woke up this morning covered in a fine layer of snow, with Mt Teide looking impressive in its white mantle.
Fiesta del Son is a Cuban celebration held in Alcala, a town in the south of Tenerife. The Spanish slogan for this fiesta is "Un Dia de Cuba en Alcala", which literally translates to a Cuban day in Alcala.
On January 20th, Adeje celebrated one of the oldest fiestas in Tenerife, Saint or San Sebastián, marked in Adeje since the 16th century, in what was a holy place long before the Spanish conquest of the islands.
Each year, on the 5th of January, everyone in Tenerife is waiting for the arrival of the Three Wise Men. This is a really interesting event and you should attend the parade if you're on the island at that time.
There will be parties and fireworks in most of the resorts and towns in Tenerife, so you can choose the one that is most convenient. Bars and restaurants also offer special dinners or parties, but you need to book in advance usually. The menus usually start at 100 Euros per person and go well up if you choose to book at a high-class restaurant.
The Cabildo de Tenerife, through Turismo de Tenerife, has developed several promotional actions with a dozen travel agents to the destination and participates in the Top Resa fair in Paris The Cabildo de Tenerife, through Turismo de Tenerife, has launched different actions to promote the island as a destination in France, a market that will increase its regular air capacity to Tenerife in the coming winter season by 22% compared to 2021, and 52% compared to 2019.
Orotava Beer Festival and DiverSaldo will take place this weekend in the historic center of this beautiful historic town in Tenerife.
The hotel and non-hotel establishments associated with Ashotel closed the month of August with quite positive data, which raised the average occupancy in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife to 84.82%.
Most of the beaches in Tenerife affected by the presence of microalgae have been reopened today, as announced by the local city councils.