Food and Wine

Things to do in Tenerife North

When you think of Tenerife, you probably imagine the sandy beaches, luxurious, coastal resorts, and lively nightlife. That image in your mind portrays the Southern region of the island, where tropical temperatures make for an idyllic beach vacation. Today, we’ll be introducing you to Tenerife North.

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Traveling to Tenerife

While many have heard of the Canary Islands, few have heard of the island of Tenerife. So what is so special about Tenerife? Where is it? How do you get there? If you're looking for a unique island vacation, forget the research, we're rounding up all you need to know about traveling to Tenerife.

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8 Reasons Why Tenerife is Unlike Any Other Destination

Tenerife is a place that should be on everyone's bucket list. If you haven't heard of it, and you love exploring new and unique places, you're missing out. The largest island of the Canaries is not your typical island destination, and has something for everyone. It's a place where you can imagine yourself in multiple places around the globe - without even stepping off the island.

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18 Reasons to Visit Tenerife in 2018

Known as the ‘Island of Eternal Spring’, Tenerife isn’t your typical island getaway. Busier than it’s neighbors, this unique European island is a captivating destination with remarkable geography from desert landscapes to lush green mountains and stunning seascapes. (And did we mention 75 degree year-round weather?) Whether you’re a family, a couple, or a solo traveler, Tenerife is a must to add to your 2018 bucket list.

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Tradition and Taste: Canarian Food and Wine on Tenerife

Unique flavors, colors and aromas: Spanish wines. In Tenerife, the largest of the seven Canary Islands, wine holds up to this promise. Internationally recognized, this area is home to two of Tenerife’s five destinations of origin: Icoden Daute Isora and Abona. You can discover all five by following the ‘wine routes’, which offer visitors the chance to uncover the history of the many iconic towns. Touring organic estates such as the Alama de Trevejo will allow you to deeper explore Tenerife’s wine culture.

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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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