The unadulterated skies of Tenerife are so clear and devoid of light and air pollution that is regarded as a premier global site for stargazing by professionals and amateurs alike. Come find yourself beneath a blanket of stars.
STARGAZING
WHALE & DOLPHIN WATCHING
Of the world’s 79 species of dolphins and whales, 21 live near Tenerife, including permanent colonies of pilot whales and bottlenose dolphins. All live just three miles off the coast year-round.
ADVENTURE SPORTS
The crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean around Tenerife are filled with a rich diversity of marine life, making for an undersea paradise for the veteran diver to the first-timer. But Tenerife is not for submariners alone.
GOLF
Blessed with dramatic mountain and seascapes and enhanced by a near-perfect climate, Tenerife is a year-round golfer’s paradise. Novice players can take part in beginner’s courses or clinics led by professionals to learn the basics.
MT. TEIDE
One of Tenerife’s national treasures is Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Looming large over this surreal landscape is Mount Teide, Spain’s highest peak at 12,198 feet above sea level.
FOOD AND WINE
Visit Tenerife’s world-famous vineyards to learn the vintner’s art while enjoying a meal in an exceptional setting. A volcanic territory may not seem ideal for agriculture but it is, in fact, extremely fertile land.

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Adventure #39: A Big Splash in Watersports

To paraphrase Elizabeth Barrett Browning, how do we love Tenerife? Let us count the ways. There’s the perfect climate, the majesty of Mount Teide, the blend of quaint villages and cosmopolitan cities, the parks, the world-class dining, the shopping, the museums, and so on. But there’s one reason above all others to love Tenerife: the water. And the island has countless ways for you to enjoy it to the fullest.

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Adventure #8: Tenerife: Where Life’s a Beach

’Tis the season … to think about your winter vacation. For most people, the perfect get-away is a land warmed by a golden sun, where pristine beaches are bathed in ocean surges and opportunities abound for everything from surfing, jet skiing, and parasailing to strolling a promenade or relaxing in a hammock or on the sands. Such a land is Tenerife, an island bounded by beautiful beaches — including 11 that have earned the prestigious Blue Flag designation.

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Adventure #22: Walking Fun for Everyone

It’s funny how history has a way of changing. Historically, the prime destination in the Canary Islands for hikers and walkers was La Gomera. In 2015, however, Tenerife stepped up by launching a Walking Festival, and now active travelers all over the world have discovered that this island’s varied landscapes is a wonderland for walking and hiking.

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Adventure #27: Fun for the Whole Family — Including You!

Forget Disney World. When you’re looking for a vacation spot that will strengthen family bonds and create memories your children will treasure forever, look no farther than the Canary Island of Tenerife. A part of Spain yet with its own distinct culture, tropical climate, and spellbinding scenic beauty, Tenerife abounds with captivating activities that will enthrall your kids — and you, too.

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Adventure #34: Fore! Golfing in Tenerife

If you’re a golfer, what could be better than feeling the warmth of the sun as you tee up on a terraced hillside that was once a banana plantation, gazing out over a sparkling sea, with mountains rising majestically all around you? On Tenerife, you might say that’s, well, par for the course. Nine idyllic, high-quality golf courses dot the island, offering a variety of terrains, conditions, and challenges to suit golfers at all levels of skill.

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Adventure #16: Canarian Wine

What a difference a few centuries make! Wine production on the Canary Islands is a perfect example of that.

Dating back more than 500 years, Canarian wine production flourished after the archipelago’s 15th-century conquest by Spain. Because of the islands’ position as the last port of call before the vast Atlantic crossing, local wine was in big demand here: the explorers needed to stock up and fortify themselves for the voyage!

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