Tenerife, the Island of the Endless Spring

There are hundreds of good reasons to travel to Tenerife, an island full of activities and sites to enjoy: an average spring-like temperature of 23°C, 43 protected areas, the closeness of the European continent, an exotic and safe destination, popular fiestas and traditions, the volcanic nature of the island, just to mention a few, making Tenerife such a unique holiday destination.

Mount Teide is the symbol of the island, with its 3,718-metre summit; it is the highest point of Spain and its National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Tenerife showcases a great variety of events such as the Carnival of Santa Cruz in February 2017 or the Tenerife Walking Festival to be held on May 23-27 2017, featuring 20 different walking itineraries to discover the incredible nature of Tenerife island. Every day of the year, people will enjoy popular events in cities and villages: religious pilgrimages (“romerias”), country dancing (“bailes de magos”), Corpus Christi or Semana Santa among many others.

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Telde National Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Tenerife is unique. The island’s traditions and festivals, culture and heritage as well as the food make it an authentic destination.