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Helpful information

  • Tenerife is located in the Spain
  • IATA code: TCI
  • Continent: Europe
  • Currency: Euro (EUR) (Course: 10 EUR = 8.85 GBP)
  • Current time: 19:32 (GMT+1)
  • Current date: 2019.10.15

Tenerife holidays are synonymous with sun, sea and sand, but there's much more to this island than this mantra suggests. Book flights to Tenerife with to discover its secrets for yourself. 

The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife has been a beach holiday paradise for decades. But in addition to its stunning beaches and bustling resorts, the island's spectacular national parks and valleys have made it popular with outdoorsy holidaymakers too. Pack your swimming costume and your hiking boots, and you'll be prepared for a trip that has it all – book your Tenerife holiday with to get started. 

Things to do in Tenerife 

  1. For scenery that looks simply out of this world, head to Teide National Park. At this UNESCO-protected site, you'll find El Teide – the highest point in Spain at 3178m and the third largest volcano in the world.
  2. You can't let a day go past in Tenerife without spending some time on the beach. Some of Tenerife's best beaches, like El Camison in Playa de las Americas and Playa la Pinta in Costa Adeje can be busy, but with a little exploration it's still possible to find secluded spots.
  3. No trip to the island would be complete without venturing into the water. When you're tired of leisurely swimming, delve underwater on a scuba diving excursion or get your adrenaline pumping on a jet ski ride.
  4. Walk the Masca Gorge to see some of the most stunning mountain scenery in Tenerife. Treks to Masca Gorge can be organised from major resorts and hotels.
  5. Loro Parque is one of Tenerife's main attractions for families. At this park and nature reserve, you'll find dolphins, orcas, penguins and many more land and sea animals. Also owned by Loro Parque is Siam Parque in Costa Adeje, a fun water attraction with rides, restaurants and bars.
  6. Strap on those hiking boots and head to Parque Rural de Anaga in the north-east of the island. And don't forget to reach for that camera when you get to the Pico del Ingles viewpoint, where you'll enjoy breathtaking vistas over Tenerife.
  7. Whatever your age, horse-riding in Tenerife is a great way to see the island's natural beauty and a fun alternative to the beach. There are many horse-riding clubs but Club Hipico is one of the most popular.
  8. As cycling grows ever more popular, so do cycling holidays and Tenerife is the ideal place to explore by bike. Road bikes and mountain bikes are widely available for hire.
  9. Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the island's exciting capital, and every February its Carnival attracts thousands of international visitors. Second only to Rio, expect glitz, glamour and lots of noise from this dazzling event.
  10. Relax your mind and body when you play a round of golf at one of Tenerife's many celebrated golf courses, which are surrounded by brilliant sea views and tropical greenery. 

Shopping in Tenerife 

Whether it's cheap clothes, gifts or pearls you're after, Tenerife has the shops to satisfy your desires. 

Duty free

Since Tenerife is a VAT-free island, plenty of holidaymakers shop for cheap wine, spirits and cigarettes during their visit. Perfume, however, is also VAT free so there are bargains to be had here too. 


Open-air markets are found all over Tenerife, from large Sunday markets in Los Cristianos to the atmospheric Los Abrigos night market. For something more exotic, don't miss the bazaar-like African Market in Santa Cruz. 

The Safari Centre

Located in the heart of the Playa de las Americas resort, The Safari Centre combines open-air shopping with familiar British high street brands and luxury boutiques. Visit at night for a truly unforgettable shopping experience. 

Eating in Tenerife

Tenerife's popularity with young international resort-goers means that fast-food chains are easy to find. But there's much more to this island's cuisine than a burger and chips. 

Typical Canarian dishes

Look out for restaurants serving typical Canarian dishes, like papas arrugudas (small potatoes cooked in their skins) with mojo (an olive-oil, garlic and spice based sauce). Traditional Spanish dishes like tapas and paella are also widely available. 


Unsurprisingly, fish is found everywhere on the island. Eat it cooked simply with mojo or choose comforting fish casseroles to taste local seafood at its best. 


Thanks to its wonderful climate, fresh fruit in Tenerife always tastes delicious. Eat local bananas flambéed or fried, and try Canarian varieties of apples, peaches, figs, papayas and mangoes. 

Insider's Tips 

Call the European Emergency Number – 112 – if you need the emergency services while you're in Tenerife. If you need consular assistance, call the British consulate in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on +34 922 289 903. 

Tenerife enjoys a tropical climate for the vast majority of the year, but January and February can be wet and windy. Always check the weather forecast for Tenerife before packing your suitcase. 

Although you are able to drink tap water in Tenerife, it tastes very salty so most people choose to drink bottled water instead. 

Getting there from Tenerife Airport 

By bus

A bus service connects passengers between Tenerife North and Tenerife South airports. There are connections from both airports to Costa Adeje (Los Cristianos) and Puerto de la Cruz. Another bus service takes passengers from Tenerife South to Santa Cruz. 

By taxi

There is a taxi rank at Tenerife Airport just outside the terminal exit at arrivals. It is recommended that travellers always take a taxi from this official stop. 

By car

Car hire is also widely available at Tenerife Airport and many visitors travelling to remote destinations on the island choose this option. 

For more information, read these tips for tourists at Tenerife Airport.