Tenerife is the island of a thousand experiences. You can get lost in nature, relax on the beach, climb Teide, go shopping, see a show, walk the old town cobbles, have fun at a theme park or play golf. Fill yourself with energy with an endless selection of activities but, above all, don’t leave Tenerife without trying the food, Sit on a terrace with sea views and taste the local shrimps: A delicious experience.
TEIDE NATIONAL PARK
At 3,718 metres, Teide volcano is Spain’s highest peak and its two ecosystems make the climb an experience full of contrasts. With local guides you get an in-depth experience and the mountain refuge is the spot for superb dawn views.
This kingdom of watery fun has grown into one of the world’s best water parks and the largest in Europe. With incredible features modelled on Thai architecture, water slides up to 28 metres high and lush tropical vegetation it’s an unmissable experience, especially if you visit with the kids.
La Orotava, catalogued as a historical, artistic and monumental treasure, has so many cultural points of interest that a visit is almost obligatory, The town dates back to the 16th Century and while its streets are laden with history you’ll also find plenty of shops and outdoor cafés for a perfect evening out.