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Playa Chica, Puerto del Carmen – Updated 2022 Prices

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16 Calle Harimaguada, 35510 Puerto del Carmen, Spain

Excellent location – rated 9.6/10! (score from 6 reviews)

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Playa Chica is a beachfront property located in Puerto del Carmen, a 2-minute walk from Puerto del Carmen Beach and 2.4 km from Playa de los Pocillos. The air-conditioned property is a few steps from Playa Chica, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site.

The villa has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a fully equipped kitchen, and a terrace with garden views.

The villa has a grill. Both a bicycle rental service and a car rental service are available at Playa Chica, while windsurfing can be enjoyed nearby.

Rancho Texas Park is 2.6 km from the accommodation. The nearest airport is Lanzarote, 6.9 km from Playa Chica, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service.

This is our guests’ favorite part of Puerto del Carmen, according to independent reviews.

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Located in the top-rated area in Puerto del Carmen, this property has an excellent location score of 9.6!


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Most popular facilities

Free WiFi

Beachfront

Free parking

Airport shuttle

Non-smoking rooms

BBQ facilities

Parking

Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).

    Internet

    WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.

    Kitchen

    Freedom to eat when you want

    • High chair

    • Stovetop

    • Kitchen

    • Washing machine

    • Dishwasher

    • Microwave

    • Refrigerator

    Bedroom

    • Linens

    Bathroom

    • Toilet paper

    • Towels

    • Private Bathroom

    • Hairdryer

    Media & Technology

    Fun for everyone under one roof

    • Flat-screen TV

    • Cable channels

    Room Amenities

    Extra comfort

    • Private entrance

    Outdoors

    Sit back and relax

    • Outdoor furniture

    • Beachfront

    • Sun deck

    • BBQ facilities

    • Terrace

    Health & Wellness Facilities

    • Personal trainer

    • Fitness classes

    • Yoga classes

    • Full-body massage
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    • Hand massage
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    • Head massage
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    • Couples’ massage
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    • Foot massage
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    • Neck massage
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    • Back massage
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    • Spa/Wellness packages

    • Beach umbrellas

    • Beach chairs/Loungers

    • Open-air bath

    • Hot tub/Jacuzzi

    • Massage
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    Food & Drink

    • Grocery deliveries
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    • Tea/Coffee maker

    Activities

    • Cooking class
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    • Tour or class about local culture
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    • Themed dinners
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    • Bike tours
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    • Walking tours
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    • Water park
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    • Water sports facilities on site
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    • Snorkeling
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    • Racquetball
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    • Horseback riding
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    • Diving
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    • Hiking
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    • Windsurfing
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    • Fishing
      Off-site
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    • Golf course (within 2 miles)
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    • Tennis court
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    Outdoor & View

    Enjoy the view

    • Garden view

    Transportation

    • Airport drop-off
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    • Airport pickup
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    • Airport shuttle (additional charge)

    • Shuttle service (additional charge)

    • Car rental

    Front Desk Services

    • Invoice provided

    • Private check-in/out

    • Concierge

    • Baggage storage

    • Express check-in/out

    Entertainment & Family Services

    • Strollers

    • Baby safety gates

    • Board games/Puzzles

    • Babysitting/Child services
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    Cleaning Services

    • Daily housekeeping
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    Miscellaneous

    • Air conditioning

    • Smoke-free property

    • Heating

    • Non-smoking rooms

    Safety & security

    • Fire extinguishers

    • Smoke alarms

    • Security alarm

    • Key access

    Languages Spoken

    • German

    • English

    • Spanish

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    Sustainability initiatives

    This property has taken steps to provide more sustainable and eco-friendly travel

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    Refundable damage deposit

    A damage deposit of EUR 300 is required on arrival. This will be collected by credit card. You should be reimbursed within 7 days of check-out. Your deposit will be refunded in full by credit card, subject to an inspection of the property.

    Children & Beds

    Child policies

    Children of all ages are welcome.

    Children 3 and above are considered adults at this property.

    To see correct prices and occupancy info, add the number and ages of children in your group to your search.

    Crib and extra bed policies

    Crib by request

    Free

    Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.

    1 crib available on request.

    All cribs and extra beds are subject to availability.

    No age restriction

    There’s no age requirement for check-in

    Cards accepted at this property

    Playa Chica accepts these cards and reserves the right to temporarily hold an amount prior to arrival.


    Smoking

    Smoking is not allowed.

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    Parties/events are not allowed

    Quiet hours

    Guests need be quiet between 11:00 PM and 8:00 AM.

    Pets

    Pets are not allowed.

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    Boca Chica Beach Reviews updated 2022

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    LivingOurDreamNow

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    357 reviews

    “Free Beach Camping Administered by Cameron County in TX”

    Reviewed 3/11/2021

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    Free beach camping in Texas doesn’t get much better than the free camping available on Boca Chica Beach in south Texas. Boca Chica Beach is cooperatively administered by Cameron County in Texas and provides free beach camping with no amenities directly on the Gulf of Mexico. A video is uploaded here on Campendium for your immediate r…

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    Free beach camping in Texas doesn’t get much better than the free camping available on Boca Chica Beach in south Texas. Boca Chica Beach is cooperatively administered by Cameron County in Texas and provides free beach camping with no amenities directly on the Gulf of Mexico. A video is uploaded here on Campendium for your immediate reference. No ATVs or Off-Road Vehicles (ORV) are allowed on the beaches or dunes. Verizon cellular service clocked in at 1.83 Mbps download speed and 0.30 Mbps upload speed. AT&T cellular service clocked in at 53.3 Mbps download speed and 19.5 Mbps upload speed. T-Mobile cellular service clocked in at 9.47 Mbps download speed and 0.11 Mbps upload speed.

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    Nina Herzig

    7 reviews

    “Great deserted beach… BUT watch wind and tide and DO put boards under your wheels! We had to evacuate.”

    Reviewed 12/24/2020

    Days stayed: 9

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    The beach is fantastic, and the proximity to the starship launch facility truly exciting. As remarked by others, there are parts with much more trash than on other beaches. Park your vehicle high enough, way away from the water! We had a windstorm one night and our awning of the RV got ripped to shreds, the metal arms bent and blown on…

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    The beach is fantastic, and the proximity to the starship launch facility truly exciting. As remarked by others, there are parts with much more trash than on other beaches. Park your vehicle high enough, way away from the water! We had a windstorm one night and our awning of the RV got ripped to shreds, the metal arms bent and blown onto the roof! Worse though was the tide – it came in one day unexpectedly high, without any warning of the local tide watch website. We had to flee and literally drove through the waves… the photo is just a few minutes before all wheels went under water. Boards under the wheels saved us! Otherwise we would never have made it out. So we just made it back, but it was a close call!

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    WoofPack

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    “It’s campable”

    Reviewed 1/21/2020

    Nightly rate: FREE!
    Days stayed: 1

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    Just had to see the southern tip of Texas for myself, and this spot is overdue for a review.
    Not sure if this is typical or not, but I arrived to find the water practically lapping at the end of the road, so that’s where I stopped and camped. A Border Patrol truck came by while I was setting up, but left without comment so I guess tha…

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    Just had to see the southern tip of Texas for myself, and this spot is overdue for a review.

    Not sure if this is typical or not, but I arrived to find the water practically lapping at the end of the road, so that’s where I stopped and camped. A Border Patrol truck came by while I was setting up, but left without comment so I guess that’s okay. Some trucks drove onto the beach to fish during the day but I wouldn’t risk hauling my trailer out there. I was nervous enough trying to get turned back around.

    There was strong wind down from the North. I was the only camper. One group came in at sunset, built a fire and hung out til around 9 or 10 but otherwise, no action at night. Plenty of daytime traffic. Mostly people jumping out, taking selfies and leaving.

    I hiked 2-3 miles from where the road ends to take a look at Mexico. I encountered nobody on the walk there. As has been commented, the Rio Grande border is basically a stream. There was one guy standing outside his truck on the Mexican side. I waved. He didn’t. There was also somebody who looked like they were collecting trash on the Texas side. They both looked a little curious at seeing me, but I never felt in any danger. There is some trash on the beach washed up from the shore, but nothing unusual for a public beach. The previous horrified reviewer may not get out much.

    Verizon cell service was flaky. About a half mile from Mexico, it’s gone.

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    “Lots of trash, and questionable security”

    Reviewed 9/30/2019

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    FYI we were really looking forward to camping here, but in the end we didn’t stay. First off, there is more trash washed up on this beach than we’ve ever seen anywhere. It’s really most unfortunate, but I suspect that much of it washes down the adjacent Rio Grande River, for none of the other beaches we’ve seen in this area of South Te…

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    FYI we were really looking forward to camping here, but in the end we didn’t stay. First off, there is more trash washed up on this beach than we’ve ever seen anywhere. It’s really most unfortunate, but I suspect that much of it washes down the adjacent Rio Grande River, for none of the other beaches we’ve seen in this area of South Texas seem to have that much rubbish.

    The other big concern that arose was for our personal safety. At the southern end of Boca Chica Beach, the only thing that separates it from the Matamoros, Mexico side is about 50 feet of waist deep, placid water. Walking across the border here would be a trivial exercise. See the photo that we’re attaching to this review, and then check out this article from 8/2019 in USA Today: https://www. usatoday.com/story/news/world/2019/08/27/playa-bagdad-us-mexico-border-town-occupied-drugs-crime-cartel/2131161001/ If the article is to be believed, the drug cartels maintain complete control of this exact corner of beach adjacent to Boca Chica Beach, and at the time I took the photo I was wholly ignorant of just how dangerous taking that photo was.

    Boca Chica Beach would be an absolutely spectacular place to boondock, were it not for the prodigious trash and the drug running immediately adjacent to it. It’s a shame, but it wasn’t for us, and we moved to Isla Blanca County Park on South Padre Island instead.

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    charlie166

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    “private and quiet beach camping”

    Reviewed 5/16/2015

    Nightly rate: FREE!
    Days stayed: 7
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    We have stayed here twice during our annual winter trips to south Texas and camped on the beach for 7 days both times. There are NO services and no dump station in this state park and shopping is 25 minutes away, so pack everything you will need for your stay. On both of our stays we were virtually the only ones camping on the beach….

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    We have stayed here twice during our annual winter trips to south Texas and camped on the beach for 7 days both times. There are NO services and no dump station in this state park and shopping is 25 minutes away, so pack everything you will need for your stay. On both of our stays we were virtually the only ones camping on the beach. The few people that drove the beach there to either fish, site see or picnic. The beach was well patrolled by US Boarder Patrol and so we felt safe the entire time, even when we were the only ones camping. This is one of our favourite spots in south Texas to free beach camp.

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    The dead body of a diver is found off the coast of Playa Chica –

    8/30/22, 11:27 AM

    By CECOES .

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    The Emergency Services (CECOES) have reported that the dead body of a diver was found yesterday (Monday) not far from Playa Chica in Puerto Del Carmen in Lanzarote.

    They received an alert at just after 4:00pm yesterday afternoon informing them of the discovery of a submerged body in a sea inlet by the pier, after which CECOES activated the necessary emergency resources to retrieve it from the water.

    Two divers from the Lanzarote Emergency Consortium recovered the body and took it to the pier, where it remained in the custody of the Guardia Civil until the arrival of the judicial authority, who instructed it to be taken for an autopsy to be officially identified and find the cause of death.

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      41 min

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      64 min

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    September 2022

    Tide times, tide heights and tidal coefficients

    Date 1st Tide 2nd Tide 3rd Tide 4th Tide Moon Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset
    12/09/2022
    Monday
    03:05 3. 4m 97 09:10 0.6m 95 15:20 3.6m 92 21:36 0.6m 90 07:37 20:02 21:35 09:34
    13/09/2022
    Tuesday
    03:40 3.3m 87 09:47 0.7m 83 15:56 3.4m 80 22:11 0.7m 77 07:37 20:01 22:07 10:35
    14/09/2022
    Wednesday
    04:15 3.2m 73 10:23 0.8m 69 16:32 3.2m 65 22:45 0.9m 62 07:38 20:00 22:41 11:35
    15/09/2022
    Thursday
    04:51 3m 58 11:01 1m 54 17:10 3m 50 23:22 1.2m 46 07:38 19:59 23:18 12:34
    16/09/2022
    Friday
    05:30 2. 8m 43 11:44 1.3m 40 17:53 2.7m 37 07:39 19:58 23:59 13:33

    17/09/2022
    Saturday
    00:03 1.4m 33 06:16 2.6m 31 12:39 1.5m 29 18:50 2.5m 28 07:39 19:56 14:30

    18/09/2022
    Sunday
    01:01 1.6m 27 07:23 2.5m 27 14:01 1.6m 27 20:21 2.3m 29 07:40 19:55 01:33 15:24
    19/09/2022
    Monday
    02:33 1.7m 30 09:01 2.4m 33 15:47 1.6m 35 22:09 2.3m 38 07:40 19:54 01:33 16:14
    20/09/2022
    Tuesday
    04:13 1. 7m 40 10:31 2.5m 43 17:04 1.5m 47 23:17 2.5m 50 07:41 19:53 02:26 17:00
    21/09/2022
    Wednesday
    05:19 1.5m 53 11:29 2.7m 57 17:53 1.3m 60 07:41 19:51 03:22 17:40
    22/09/2022
    Thursday
    00:01 2.7m 64 06:03 1.3m 67 12:11 2.9m 70 18:30 1.1m 72 07:42 19:50 04:19 18:17
    23/09/2022
    Friday
    00:36 2.9m 75 06:39 1.1m 77 12:46 3.1m 80 19:03 0.9m 83 07:42 19:49 05:16 18:50

    24/09/2022
    Saturday
    01:08 3. 1m 85 07:11 0.9m 87 13:18 3.3m 89 19:34 0.8m 91 07:43 19:48 06:13 19:21

    25/09/2022
    Sunday
    01:38 3.2m 92 07:42 0.8m 94 13:49 3.4m 95 20:04 0.7m 96 07:43 19:47 07:11 19:51
    26/09/2022
    Monday
    02:08 3.3m 96 08:13 0.7m 97 14:21 3.5m 97 20:34 0.6m 97 07:44 19:45 08:08 20:21
    27/09/2022
    Tuesday
    02:39 3.4m 96 08:45 0.6m 95 14:53 3.5m 94 21:06 0. 6m 92 07:44 19:44 09:07 20:52
    28/09/2022
    Wednesday
    03:11 3.4m 91 09:19 0.7m 89 15:27 3.4m 87 21:39 0.7m 85 07:45 19:43 10:09 21:27
    29/09/2022
    Thursday
    03:45 3.3m 82 09:56 0.7m 79 16:04 3.3m 75 22:16 0.8m 72 07:45 19:42 11:12 22:05
    30/09/2022
    Friday
    04:24 3.2m 68 10:37 0.9m 65 16:46 3.1m 61 22:57 1m 58 07:46 19:41 12:19 22:50

    October 2022

    Tide times, tide heights and tidal coefficients

    Date 1st Tide 2nd Tide 3rd Tide 4th Tide Moon Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset

    01/10/2022
    Saturday
    05:08 3m 54 11:26 1. 1m 51 17:37 2.9m 48 23:49 1.3m 45 07:47 19:39 13:26 23:42

    02/10/2022
    Sunday
    06:04 2.9m 42 12:31 1.3m 41 18:48 2.6m 41 07:47 19:38 14:32
    03/10/2022
    Monday
    01:00 1.5m 41 07:24 2.7m 42 14:04 1.4m 43 20:29 2.5m 46 07:48 19:37 15:33 01:48
    04/10/2022
    Tuesday
    02:41 1.5m 49 09:05 2.7m 52 15:47 1.3m 56 22:08 2.6m 61 07:48 19:36 16:26 01:48
    05/10/2022
    Wednesday
    04:15 1. 4m 65 10:31 2.9m 68 17:03 1.1m 73 23:18 2.8m 77 07:49 19:35 17:13 02:57
    06/10/2022
    Thursday
    05:22 1.2m 80 11:33 3.1m 83 17:58 0.9m 86 07:49 19:34 17:52 04:05
    07/10/2022
    Friday
    00:09 3.1m 90 06:12 1m 92 12:21 3.3m 95 18:42 0.7m 97 07:50 19:33 18:28 05:12

    08/10/2022
    Saturday
    00:51 3.2m 99 06:55 0.8m 100 13:03 3.5m 101 19:22 0.6m 102 07:51 19:31 19:01 06:15

    09/10/2022
    Sunday
    01:28 3. 4m 102 07:33 0.7m 102 13:41 3.6m 101 19:57 0.5m 101 07:51 19:30 19:32 07:17
    10/10/2022
    Monday
    02:03 3.4m 100 08:10 0.6m 98 14:17 3.6m 97 20:31 0.6m 95 07:52 19:29 20:03 08:18
    11/10/2022
    Tuesday
    02:37 3.4m 93 08:45 0.6m 91 14:52 3.5m 89 21:03 0.7m 85 07:52 19:28 20:36 09:19
    12/10/2022
    Wednesday
    03:09 3.4m 82 09:19 0.7m 79 15:25 3.3m 76 21:35 0. 8m 73 07:53 19:27 21:12 10:19
    13/10/2022
    Thursday
    03:41 3.3m 70 09:53 0.9m 66 15:59 3.1m 63 22:07 1m 60 07:53 19:26 21:52 11:19

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    Hotel & Spa La Residencia Puerto

    4 stars

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    Apartamento Centro

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    Centro Apartments are located in Tarifa, 200 meters from Los Lances and Playa Chica beaches. Free Wi-Fi is available.
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    Araceli is really nice and she made her best for every problem we faced in the apartment.

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    Duplex centrico con piscina a 100m de la playa.

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    Within 200 meters of Los Lances Beach and 200 meters of Playa Chica, Duplex centrico con piscina a 100m de la playa. Provides free WiFi and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool.

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    Malabau Beach House

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    16 reviews

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    Tarifa
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    Playa Chica Ocean Water Temperature today

    This data shows the water temperature in Playa Chica. In addition to water temperature, you can also get information about air temperature, weather for today, tomorrow and in the coming days, surf forecast, as well as sunrise / sunset and moonrise data for a given location.

    Playa Chica water temperature today is 22.9 degrees Celsius. Based on our historical data over a period of ten years, the warmest sea in this day in Playa Chica was recorded in 2012 and was 24.6°C, and the coldest was recorded in 2017 at 22.2°C. In the next 10 days, sea water temperature in Playa Chica is expected to rise to 23.2°C. September average sea water temperature in Playa Chica is 23.1°C/63.5°F, the minimum temperature is 21.7°C/69.3°F, and the maximum is 25.3°C/63.5°F.

    The beach season in Playa Chica starts in May and ends in January. During those months, Playa Chica water temperature does not drop below 20°C/68°F and therefore suitable for comfortable swimming. The average water temperature in Playa Chica in winter reaches 19°C, in spring 18.9°C, in summer the average temperature rises to 21.7°C, and in autumn it is 22.5°C.

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    Monthly Playa Chica Water Temperatures:

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    January 18.9°C 17.4°C 20.9°C cold
    Water temperature in Playa Chica in January
    February 18. 2°C 16.5°C 19.9°C

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    May 19.8°C 18°C ​​ 21.5°C 9054 cold
    The temperature of the water in Playa Chika in May
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    Tenerife’s best beaches | Viatores

    The island of eternal spring, lost in the waters of the Atlantic, alluring and evergreen, all this is Tenerife. Throughout the year, thousands of tourists from all over the world come here, and thanks to the ideal climate and average air temperature of +23 … +26 degrees, the popularity of this resort remains unchanged. The Canary Islands are, first of all, a beach holiday, and although the waters of the Atlantic Ocean can hardly be compared with fresh milk, most of the vacationers come here just for this.

    All the beaches on the island are free and you can sunbathe and swim wherever you like. Renting umbrellas and sun loungers, of course, for a separate fee (on average 6-8 € per set), but you can buy all this on the way to the beach, and even cheaper in supermarkets. Many hotels provide special beach towels. Keep in mind that you will not find separate private beaches belonging to a particular hotel here: everything is for everyone and be prepared for any contingent of vacationers in the neighborhood.

    Most of the beaches in Tenerife are made of sand of volcanic origin, in some places the sand is completely black, which is very unusual and difficult to wash off from white towels and swimsuits. On the best beaches, imported white or yellow sand is mixed with volcanic sand. In the southern part of the island, the ocean warms up better and is well protected from the winds, moreover, the likelihood of rain in this part is minimal. In the northern part of the island, the water is much colder, the ocean is turbulent and the weather can deteriorate dramatically, especially in autumn, so the best beaches and the best resorts are concentrated in the south. The most popular Canary resort in Tenerife is the town of Costa Adehe. The beaches here meet high European standards and are at the very top of the ranking of the island’s beaches. The best are considered to be: Playa Torviscas, Playa del Duque and Playa de Fanabe.

    Playa del Duque

    Definitely number 1 on this list. Clean, picturesque and high quality – these are the main terms that can be used to characterize it. There are expensive hotels around and this greatly affects the contingent of tourists. The length of the beach is 460 m, the width is about 90 m.

    Del Duc Beach in Costa Adeje

    Playa de Fanabe and Playa Torviscas

    In fact, one large beach, divided into two parts by a huge breakwater. There is a good infrastructure here: a beautiful embankment, a lot of cafes and restaurants, as well as shops, souvenirs and more. Both children and adults will definitely like it here and everyone will find something to their liking. Length – 930 m, width – up to 60 m.

    Playa Torviscas beach. Tenerife. Photo: webtenerife.ru

    Playa de Puerto Colon

    Quite popular among tourists with small children due to the well-heated water in the bay, but the proximity to the port makes it not the most environmentally friendly on the coast. I would also like to highlight a good and pretty beach Playa del Camison (Playa del Camison), but we would not recommend Playa de Troya – it is located next to the most green street of the resort – Veronicas and the contingent here is appropriate. Playa del Bobo is an average, unremarkable beach, and Playa Honda is hardly a beach at all, due to the complete lack of infrastructure and amenities, as well as a terrible entry into the ocean.

    Las Vitas (Playa de las Vistas) and Los Cristianos (Playa de los Cristianos)

    The resort of Costa Adeje blends into the small resort town of Los Cristianos. There are two beaches here: Las Vitas (Playa de las Vistas) and Los Cristianos (Playa de los Cristianos). For relaxation and swimming, we recommend you the first one, it has a large, clean and well-groomed area and well-developed infrastructure, the second beach is too close to the port and we do not recommend swimming here.

    Playa Las Vitas beach. Tenerife. Photo: webtenerife.ru

    Playa de la Tejita

    In the southwest of the island, not far from the resort town of El Medano, is the largest natural sandy beach in Tenerife – Playa de la Tejita. It is very, very good here, very picturesque and not crowded, good entry into the water and there are even the beginnings of some kind of service, but do not forget that El Medano is a paradise for surfers and skysurfers and you run the risk of running into decent waves. The length of the beach is 1050 m, the width is up to 120 m.

    Playa de la Tejita beach. Tenerife. Photo: webtenerife.ru

    Playa de la Arena, Playa Chica and Playa de los Guios

    There are three beaches in the west of the island: Playa de la Arena la Arena), Playa Chica and Playa de los Guios. It is here that you can see the famous black-black volcanic sand, which, of course, is one of the hallmarks of Tenerife. The best in this trio is Playa de la Arena, but keep in mind that the black sand heats up in the sun so much that it is impossible to step on it without shoes, therefore, most likely, this is not the best place for families with small children, and one more thing Don’t wear white! J Playa Chica is the smallest and most undeveloped, and Playa de los Guyos is the most picturesque, it is here that you can touch the majestic cliffs of Los Gigantes.

    Playa de los Guyos beach. Tenerife. Photo: webtenerife.ru

    Playa Jardin

    We have already talked about the disadvantages of a beach holiday in the north, but if you still decide to stay in Puerto de la Cruz, we recommend Playa Jardin. Length – 400 m, width – up to 80 m.

    Playa Jardin beach. Tenerife. Photo: webtenerife.ru

    Las Teresitas (Playa de las Teresitas)

    And we would like to finish our review with the most beautiful beach of the island – Las Teresitas (Playa de las Teresitas). It is located a few kilometers from the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The sand for this beach was brought specially from the Sahara desert. Thanks to the artificial barrier pier, there are practically no waves here, but it is precisely because of it that the water circulation in the bay is poor and it is far from the norms of the sanitary and epidemiological station. Despite this, Terisitas is very popular, because this is the only beach in the capital and you should visit it at least for the sake of wonderful photos.

    Playa de Las Tericitas beach. Tenerife. Photo: webtenerife.ru

    If you liked this article about the beaches of Tenerife and decided to go there, read the headings “General information about Tenerife” or “How to get to Tenerife” on our website. And also you can learn a lot of useful things about the sights of Tenerife in the “What to see in Tenerife” section and see photos from our trips to these islands.

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    Exact time and date — Playa Chica, Oaxaca, Mexico.

    08:45
    Today Monday, 12.09.2022
    Dawn 07:16
    Sunset 19:28
    Daylength 12 hours 12 minutes
    Playa Chica is located in the Central America time zone, summer time. Data is in UTC, Coordinated Universal Time. UTC-5
    America/Mexico_City
    Population according to GeoNames, percentage of the total population of Mexico. 1.3 thousand
    0% of the total population of Mexico
    Official currency that can be used. MXN
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    Geographic coordinates of latitude and longitude. -96.5183333
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    Playa Chica, airports nearby
    OAX Airport Internacional de OaxacaMexico 120 km
    VER Airport Internacional de VeracruzMexico 126 km
    JAL El Lencero AirportMexico 161 km
    MTT Airport Internacional de MinatitlánMexico 205 km
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    Monday, September 12, 2022

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    Enhanced protection required. Wait out the afternoon hours indoors. Stay in the shade outdoors. Be sure to wear long sleeves, a hat, and use sunscreen.

    morning from 08:00 to 12:00 +21 +27 ° C Cloudy

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    Wind is felt as a continuous lightweight flow of air , felt by the face, the leaves rustle weakly at times, the weather vane begins to turn. Flags and pennants fluctuate slightly

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    Weak short waves at sea. The ridges do not tip over and appear glassy. At sea, short waves are up to 30 centimeters high and up to 1-2 meters long.

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    Atmospheric pressure: 9046 mm 5 75 rt. Art.

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    Tenerife playa de las americas 5 star hotels: The 10 best 5-star hotels in Playa de las Americas, Spain

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        • What are the most popular 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas?

          Whether you’re traveling for business or going on vacation, there are many popular 5-Star hotels to choose from in Playa de las Americas. Mediterranean Palace is a popular 5-Star hotel to stay at.

        • Of all the 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas, which hotels have the highest user ratings?

          When traveling to Playa de las Americas for the first time, many travelers find it difficult to choose a 5-Star hotel to stay in. According to Trip.com data,
          Mediterranean Palace, Europe Villa Cortes and Sir Anthony
          are popular 5-Star hotels with high ratings, making them good choices for your trip.

        • How much do 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas cost?

          Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night for hotels in Playa de las Americas is USD 359. 5-Star Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

        • How much do 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas cost on the weekend?

          Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night on the weekend for hotels in Playa de las Americas is USD 335. 5-Star Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

        • At which popular 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas can I try local foods?

          Those who like trying local foods might want to consider staying at
          Mediterranean Palace, Europe Villa Cortes or Sir Anthony
          . There are lots of famous restaurants serving local dishes near these 5-Star hotels.

        • When traveling to Playa de las Americas, which 5-Star hotels have pools?

          Summer is a great season to take your kids or family on a trip to Playa de las Americas.
          Mediterranean Palace(Indoor swimming pool), Europe Villa Cortes(Indoor swimming pool) and Sir Anthony(Indoor swimming pool)
          are popular 5-Star hotels with pools.

        • At what 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas can I try local breakfast foods?

          A delicious breakfast is a great way to kick start your day. At
          Mediterranean Palace, Sir Anthony and Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa – Adults Only
          , guests can enjoy Playa de las Americas-style breakfasts.

        • What 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas are suitable for couples?

          Whether you’re going on a honeymoon or a vacation with your partner,
          Sir Anthony
          is the top 5-Star hotel chosen by couples.

        • In Playa de las Americas, which 5-Star hotels have barrier-free access?

          Mediterranean Palace, Europe Villa Cortes and Sir Anthony
          are popular 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas with barrier-free access.

        • In Playa de las Americas, which popular 5-Star hotels have gyms?

          Based on Trip.com user ratings,
          Mediterranean Palace, Europe Villa Cortes and Sir Anthony
          are highly rated 5-Star hotels with gyms.

        • What popular 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas have parking?

          If you’re planning on driving to in Playa de las Americas, why not stay at
          Mediterranean Palace, Europe Villa Cortes or Sir Anthony
          ? These are all popular 5-Star hotels with parking lots.

        • What popular 5-Star hotels have non-smoking rooms in Playa de las Americas?

          Many guests care about the quality of the rooms they stay in and want to ensure that their rooms have fresh, clean air.
          Mediterranean Palace, Europe Villa Cortes and Sir Anthony
          are all popular 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas with non-smoking rooms.

        • In Playa de las Americas, what popular 5-Star hotels have free Wi-Fi?

          When staying at a 5-Star hotel, internet access is important for both vacationers and business travelers.
          Mediterranean Palace, Europe Villa Cortes and Sir Anthony
          are all popular 5-Star hotels in Playa de las Americas with free Wi-Fi.

        Playa de las Americas 5-Star Hotel Guide

        Book your hotel on Trip.com for an amazing travel experience. On Trip.com, it’s easy to search for hotels in Playa de las Americas. You can plan a one or two day trip to Playa de las Americas. If you travel to Spain, visiting Playa de las Americas is a good choice.

        There is no civilian airport in this city. You can visit a nearby city first, and then head to Playa de las Americas using other means of transportation. It’s easy to travel by bus in Playa de las Americas. There are buses to surrounding cities available every day.

        When visiting Playa de las Americas, you can choose from over 81 hotels with great reviews. The local average price is 189 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 4 five-star hotels in Playa de las Americas at an average price of 218 USD per night. There are 17 four-star hotels in Playa de las Americas at an average price of 126 USD per night. There are 12 three-star hotels in Playa de las Americas at an average price of 138 USD per night. There are 5 two-star hotels in Playa de las Americas at an average price of 70 USD per night. Unique local hotels in Playa de las Americas provide guests a unique and fresh feeling. Hotels under the Sol Hotels brand are a good choice. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in Playa de las Americas, such as hotels under the Sol Hotels brand. Hotel Cleopatra Palace is one of the most popular hotels in Playa de las Americas. Many tourists also stay at Sir Anthony.

        If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting Joyce Club. The most popular attractions for tourists in Playa de las Americas are Light and Music Fountain, playa de la americas.

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        • h20 Costa Adeje Palace

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          Ideal for a family holiday in Tenerife’s year-round sunshine, this hotel is surrounded by tropical gardens, waterfalls and 3 freshwater swimming pools, just off the Costa Adeje coastline. The hotel offers fantastic views over the nearby beach of La Enramada. Just a few kilometres away you can visit the impressive cliffs of Los Gigantes and the lively resort of Playa de las Americas.

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        • Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador

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          The Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador is a 5-star hotel on the fabulous island of Tenerife.Labelled as “adults only,” this delightful boutique hotel is a tranquil place that offers privacy and peace in a luxury atmosphere, where guests will be able to relax in good company.Our hotel offers you the chance to spend an unforgettable holiday on Tenerife, enjoying the sun of the Canary Islands and bathing in the crystal-clear waters of the Costa Adeje, where you can indulge in any number of sporting activities. Luxury accommodation complete with every modern comfort and facility.Food and drink, leisure, entertainment, sea and sand… every possible temptation is on hand during your holiday at the Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador. 22,000 m² await in which to make the most of your time.Exclusive, luxurious and elegant, the Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador has a warm welcome in store for you on Tenerife.

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          ust 100m from the beach, this peaceful resort hotel has fantastic pools and great outdoor sports facilities. Relax in the spa before a tasty barbecue. Soak up the Tenerife sunshine on the poolside loungers before cooling off in one of 3 outdoor pools.

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        • Vincci Selección Buenavista Golf & Spa

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          A luxury hotel in a privileged setting in northern Tenerife, surrounded by Buenavista Golf course with unbeatable views. The hotel is exquisitely decorated in the colonial style and all its services have that Vincci Hoteles quality. Vincci Selección Buenavista Golf is the essence of Tenerife. IMPORTANT: ALL ROOMS HAVE BREAKFAST INCLUDED!!!! All breakfasts at Vincci Hotels include gluten-free products.

        • Regency Torviscas Apartments and Suites

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          The Regency Torviscas Apartments and Suites is located around a shared swimming pool, 1. 5 km from the beach in Adeje, and apartments with sea views. This apartment hotel offers spa and restaurant.

          • 1 swimming pool
          • Parking
          • Free WiFi
          • Airport shuttle
        • Hotel Casa del Sol

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          Property Location With a stay at Hotel Casa del Sol in Puerto de la Cruz, you’ll be minutes from Taoro Park and Sitio Litre Garden. This hotel is within close proximity of Risco Belle Aquatic Gardens and Mirador de La Paz. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 45 guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes.

          • 1 swimming pool
          • Parking
          • Free WiFi
          • Airport shuttle
        • Be Live Playa La Arena

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          Set against the dramatic backdrop of the famous Cliffs of Los Gigantes on the picturesque coast of Santiago del Teide, and just a short walk from a beach of black volcanic sand. Comfort and elegance blend with the natural beauty of the surroundings, inviting you to rest, or enticing you to join in the various activities. This fantastic hotel is located at about 100 meters from the well known beach of volcanic sand Playa La Arena, at only 40 kilometers from the airport Tenerife South and 110 kilometers from the airport Tenerife North. The Hotel Be Live Playa La Arena has magnificent views to La Gomera island, complete facilities, an excellent service and gastronomic offer. You can enjoy warm and sunny holidays at any time of year, as the climate of this area is famous for being the best on the island

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        • Red Level at Gran Melia Tenerife

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          Magnificent Oceanfront hotel, for adults only, with spectacular views of the island La Gomera. RedLevel at Gran Melia is perfectly integrated in the South west coast of Tenerife, in the fishing village Alcala. A beautiful unspoiled area at the foot of Mount Teide, 5 minutes by car from the Los Gigantes cliffs. While its glorious design combines to perfection the elements sea, earth and air, the hotel sets new standards for luxury, in order to satisfy the most demanding travellers searching for a truly unforgettable experience.Guests at RedLevel enjoy exclusive personalised attention and benefits including butler service, pool concierge, in-room aroma therapy, Nespresso coffee machine, pillow menu, access to the RedLevel lounge with open bar service in the early evening and tea, coffee and water throughout the day, business area with free internet, library and daily press, ironing service, private parking. Inside the Gran Melia Resort, RedLevel guests have access to 8 restaurants (6 a-la-carte and 1 show cooking buffet), 6 bars, the largest lagoon sea water infinity pool of its kind in Europe (5,000sqm), a full service indoor Yhi Spa & Wellness area (2,000sqm) with thermal circuit and the most revitalising health and beauty treatments, 24 hour gym, tennis courts and paddle courts and weekly programmed live evening entertainment and shows.The Demi Suites (49 sqm) offer mahogany furniture with high quality finishings and a freestone floor, private terrace or balcony with ocean or garden views optionally with outside whirlpool, different illumination types for each room section creating a special atmosphere, European Spa jet-shower, luxury Clarins beauty products, state-of-the-art clock radio for Ipods or Iphones, personalised mini bar, 32” flatscreen TV, individually controlled air condition, free high-speed internet access, lifestyle magazines, kettle, bathrobes, slippers, iron and ironing board, safe, hairdryer, mineral water on arrivalThe Ocean Front Garden Villas of 120 sqm with private garden of 480 sqm are constructed in loft style. Their open design is clearly contemporary according to the latest trend and allows the lighting to play a great role in its decoration. The villas offer the following additional facilities and benefits: large private garden with private heated swimming pool, outside cascade shower, Bali bed, sun beds and hammock, luxurious bathroom with whirlpool for two and double European Spa jet-shower, independent sitting room area with 42” flatscreen TV and DVD-player, bedroom with 42” flatscreen TV, writing-desk and king-size bed, walk-in closet, outside dining area overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, ample tea selection, daily fresh fruits and free mini bar, spirits and cold cuts on arrival

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        Laguna Park 2

        6.9 Good

        $45+

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        Hotel Best Tenerife

        7.9 Good

        $135+

        $135+

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        h20 Conquistador – Playa de las Américas – Living room

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        7.9 Good

        $208+

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        Alexandre Hotel Gala – Playa de las Américas – Pool

        Alexandre Hotel Gala

        7.9 Good

        $141+

        $141+

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        Alexandre Hotel Troya – Playa de las Américas – Pool

        Alexandre Hotel Troya

        7.6 Good

        $159+

        $159+

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        Hotel Zentral Center – Playa de las Américas – Pool

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        7. 8 Good

        $81+

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        Gran Oasis Resort – Playa de las Américas – Patio

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        8.4 Excellent

        $165+

        $165+

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        h20 Gran Tinerfe – Playa de las Américas – Pool

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        8.5 Excellent

        $198+

        $198+

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        Alexandre Hotel La Siesta – Playa de las Américas – Pool

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        7.8 Good

        $161+

        $161+

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        Spring Hotel Vulcano – Playa de las Américas – Bedroom

        Spring Hotel Vulcano

        8.3 Excellent

        $191+

        $191+

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        Free Wi-Fi

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        Garden City – Playa de las Américas – Bedroom

        Garden City

        8.3 Excellent

        $75+

        $75+

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        Spring Hotel Bitacora – Playa de las Américas – Restaurant

        Spring Hotel Bitacora

        8. 3 Excellent

        $206+

        $206+

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        Apartamentos Vista Sur – Playa de las Américas – Pool

        Apartamentos Vista Sur

        9 Excellent

        $149+

        $149+

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        Aparthotel Udalla Park – Playa de las Américas – Lobby

        Aparthotel Udalla Park

        7.7 Good

        $117+

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        Marola Park – Playa de las Américas – Lobby

        Marola Park

        8.4 Excellent

        $86+

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        Marola Portosin Apartments – Playa de las Américas – Bedroom

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        h20 Las Palmeras

        8.1 Excellent

        $158+

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        Olé Tropical Tenerife

        8. 2 Excellent

        $114+

        $114+

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        Kn Aparthotel Columbus – Playa de las Américas – Pool

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        • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Playa de las Américas if you stay on a Sunday. The opposite is true for, Thursday, which is usually the most expensive day.
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        • Enjoy a great vacation at the Playa de las Américas and have fun splashing in the sea and the great water parks like Siam Park and Aqualand. The Iberostar Bouganville Playa Hotel is only a 14-minute walk to Aqualand and Malibu Park Hotel is right opposite the water park. Siam Park is on the other side of the city with the Ponderosa Apart Hotel and the Olé Tropical Tenerife Hotel about 18 minutes by foot or a 3-minute drive away.
        • If you want to relax and unwind, choose one of the many resort hotels with wellness facilities, like the Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa with a golf course, pool and bar. Bear in mind that this hotel is adults only. Alternatively, you can choose the Europe Villa Cortes GL, which hosts a spa and wellness area and a beach club and is within 5 minutes’ walking distance of the beach.
        • For a vacation suitable for the entire family, choose the Catalonia Oro Negro hotel which includes a playground, outdoor pool and is only 8 minutes from the beach where you can build sandcastles. The Sol Tenerife hotel even features a Kids’ Club and a supermarket on site – and if your children annoy you too much, the hotel also offers massage services.
        • If you cherish a close proximity to a great selection of restaurants, the Hotel La Siesta Tenerife is nestled amidst a wide array of eateries from all over the world, may it be tapas, Indian food or Italian cuisine. Another choice with close-by restaurants is the Cleopatra Palace Hotel which also contains its own nightclub.
        • To be close to hot nightclubs like the Tramps Tenerife or the Papagayo discoteca, choose hotels like the Tigotan Lovers & Friends Hotel (adults only), or another option such as the Hotel Troya, which has tropical gardens and a fitness centre.

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        Spring Hotel Bitácora






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        340 meters from centre


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        Hotel Best Tenerife






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        360 meters from centre


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        Hotel Cleopatra Palace






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        Hotel Zentral Center – Adults only






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        Alexandre Hotel Troya






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        480 meters from centre


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        1. If you are looking for a luxurious holiday experience, you might be wondering if you should choose a 5 star hotel in Playa de las Americas (Tenerife).

        2. There are a number of reasons why a 5 star hotel might be the right choice for your holiday.

        3. For starters, 5 star hotels offer high-quality accommodation and facilities.

        4. They also provide guests with top-notch customer service, ensuring that you have a relaxing and enjoyable stay.

        Luxury 5 Star Hotels In Playa de las Americas (Tenerife)

        Mediterranean Palace Hotel

        Avenida De Las Americas, S/N

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        Rooms come with a modern decor and a marble floor. An electric kettle and a stovetop are provided for your comfort.

        This property has an outdoor swimming pool and a gym facility. The accommodation offers activities such as archery and lawn tennis.

        • luxury
        • Free Wi-Fi in rooms
        • On-site car park
        • 24-hour reception
        • 24-hour room service
        • 24-hour security
        • Babysitting/Child services
        • Outdoor swimming pool
        • Indoor swimming pool
        • Air conditioning in public areas
        • Game room
        • Children’s play area
        • Children’s pool
        • Kids club
        • Cots
        • Beach access
        • Sun loungers
        • Beach umbrellas

        Sir Anthony Hotel Playa de las Americas

        Avenida De Las Americas, S/N

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        Rooms come with a contemporary decor and parquet floor. A walk-in shower and a separate toilet are provided.

        Guests of this stylish property are welcomed to come and relax in a solarium, a hot tub and sauna facilities. The area is popular for volleyball, mini golf and ping pong.

        • nice
        • Wi-Fi
        • On-site car park
        • 24-hour reception
        • 24-hour room service
        • 24-hour security
        • Babysitting/Child services
        • Outdoor swimming pool
        • Air conditioning in public areas
        • Game room
        • Kids club
        • Beach access
        • Sun loungers
        • Beach umbrellas
        • Fitness studio
        • Paid airport shuttle
        • Pedicure
        • Manicure

        Las Madrigueras (Adults Only)

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        One Of The Best Five Star Hotels Downtown Playa de las Americas (Tenerife) For Adults

        Guests can relax in elegant rooms with king size beds.

        Offering a hot tub, sauna facilities and a traditional Hammam, the hotel ensures a pleasant stay. This property has a gym.

        • nice
        • Wi-Fi
        • On-site car park
        • 24-hour reception
        • Bar/ Lounge area
        • Restaurant
        • Paid airport shuttle
        • Fitness studio
        • Outdoor swimming pool
        • Jacuzzi
        • Massage
        • Turkish bath
        • Spa & wellness centre
        • Laundry
        • Lift
        • Conference room
        • Billiard tables
        • Golf course

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        Optimist Tenerife

        California, 2

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        In-room extras include tea and coffee making equipment, refrigerator, and an oven.

        This property offers badminton, basketball and tennis as well as bicycles hire services.

        • Exclusive
        • Wi-Fi
        • Free parking
        • Paid airport shuttle
        • Outdoor swimming pool
        • Flat-screen TV
        • Electric kettle
        • Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
        • VIP check-in/ -out
        • No pets allowed

        Europe Villa Cortes Gl Playa de las Americas

        Avenida Rafael Puig, S/N

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        The guestrooms look out on the garden. Decorations include custom-made furnishings.

        This hotel features an outdoor swimming pool for guests’ relaxation. There is a numerous snorkelling, diving and hiking opportunities in the area.

        • luxe
        • Wi-Fi
        • 24-hour reception
        • 24-hour security
        • Babysitting/Child services
        • Outdoor swimming pool
        • Heated swimming pool
        • In-room air conditioning
        • Children’s pool
        • Children’s menu
        • Baby pushchair
        • Beach access
        • Private beach
        • Sun loungers
        • Beach umbrellas
        • Fitness studio
        • Paid airport shuttle
        • Pedicure

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          Avenida De Las Americas, S/N, Playa de las Americas (Tenerife), Spain (To the map)

          The comfortable Mediterranean Palace Hotel Playa de las Americas offers 535 rooms nearly a 5-minute walk of Mini Golf Parque Santiago V. Set just a short distance away from the Atlantic Ocean, this 5…

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        • Europe Villa Cortes

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          Avda Rafael Puig 38 Playa de las Américas, Playa de las Americas (Tenerife), Spain (To the map)

          Nearly 25 minutes’ walk to Golf Las Americas, the 5-star Europe Villa Cortes Gl Playa de las Americas offers accommodation with currency exchange and a lift. A swimming pool along with steam baths, a…

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        • Sir Anthony

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          Avenida De Las Americas, S/N, Playa de las Americas (Tenerife), Spain (To the map)

          The 5-star Sir Anthony Hotel Playa de las Americas enjoys a magnificent location and provides easy access to Centro Commercial Parque Santiago 6 a 10-minute ride away. Located a mere 1.3 km from the…

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        • Optimist Tenerife

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          California, 2, Playa de las Americas (Tenerife), Spain (To the map)

          Comprising 19 rooms, this 5-star Optimist Tenerife Aparthotel Playa de las Americas is around 5 minutes’ walk of La Milla De Oro. It offers Wi Fi throughout the property and features airport transfer…

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        • Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa – Adults Only

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          Golf Las Americas, Playa de las Americas (Tenerife), Spain (To the map)

          Located only 1 km to Golf Las Americas, this exclusive Las Madrigueras Playa de las Americas offers elegant rooms 10 minutes’ ride away from Siam Park. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, guests of the 5…

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        View on map City center 1000 m from the hotel Piramide de Arona convention center 200 m from the hotel bow and mini golf.

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        See on the map City center 800 m from the hotel Papagayo Beach Club 300 m from the hotel

        Located 1 km from the center, next to Playa de las Americas, it offers a games room, a mini club and a playground for guests with children.

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        City Center 800 m from the hotelSafari Shopping Center 200 m from the hotel as well as a breakfast buffet.

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        Ole Tropical TenerifeHotel

        City Center 700 meters from the hotel Papagayo Beach Club 500 meters from the hotel

        The hotel is a couple of minutes drive from Anaconda and only 12 minutes walk from Playa de las Americas.

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        Palm Beach – Excel Hotels & ResortsAparthotel

        1.1 km from City Center 300 m from Papagayo Beach Club sea ​​view.

        Excellent511511 reviews

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        Catalonia Oro NegroHotel

        City center 300m from hotelLas Americas Golf Club 600m from hotel

        Offering a nightclub, sunbeds and sun terrace, this family-run hotel is minutes away drive from the water park “Siam Park”.

        Very good584584 reviews

        Price from
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        Europe Villa CortesResort

        City Center 1.1 km from the hotelSafari Shopping Center 400 m from the hotel

        also playground, baby food and kids menu for guests with children

        Excellent307307 reviews

        RUB 17,041
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        h20 Las PalmerasHotel

        City Center 800m from the hotelThe Patch 100m from the hotel

        This hotel is a 25-minute walk from Siam Park, next to Playa de las Americas, and has a restaurant with a barbecue menu.

        Very good746746 reviews

        Price from
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        Cleopatra Palace HotelHotel

        City center 1000m from the hotelPiramide de Arona convention center 100m from the hotel

        Located in the city centre, guests can enjoy beauty treatments, Turkish bath and massages, as well as a private swimming pool.

        Excellent10211021 review

        Price from
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        Alexandre Hotel GalaHotel

        800m from the city centerPapagayo Beach Club 300m from the hotel

        Boasting an indoor pool and a disco bar, this hotel is an excellent location for an entertainment area with Siam Park water park.

        Very good284284 reviews

        Price from
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        Spring Hotel VulcanoHotel

        City Center 800m from hotelSafari Shopping Center 200m from hotel

        Boasting an ideal location for a bus stop in a shopping area and jacuzzi.

        Excellent151151 review

        Price from
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        Sir AnthonyResort

        1.1 km from the city centerPiramide de Arona convention center 300 m from the hotel non-smoking rooms on site.

        Excellent127127 reviews

        Price from
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        Alexandre Hotel La SiestaHotel

        Located in the center of Playa de las Americas, close to Have Fun and Tenerife Surf Point, this 282-room hotel features a sundeck, heated indoor pool and heated pool.

        Very good246246 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartamentos PlayazulAparthotel

        City center 700 m from the hotel Papagayo Beach Club 400 m from the hotel

        Located 1 km from the center of Playa de las Americas, next to Playa de las Americas, this hotel offers a sun deck and an outdoor swimming pool.

        Very good450450 reviews

        Price from
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        Gara Suites Golf & Spa Playa de las AmericasHotel

        City Center 500 m from the hotel Las Americas Golf Club 100 m from the hotel

        minutes drive from the hotel water park “Siam Park” and just 11 minutes walk from the Siam Mall.

        Excellent341341 review

        Price from
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        Aparthotel Udalla ParkAparthotel

        City center 600 m from the hotel Piramide de Arona convention center 700 m from the hotel

        offers snorkeling, squash and windsurfing.

        Very good555555 reviews

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        Andorra ApartMentosAces

        The largest apartments:

        4 adults

        2 bedrooms

        2 beds

        City Center at 700 m from hotel

        located 2,0002 km 2,000 km. water park “Siam Park”, attractive apartments are also located near the sandy beach.

        Excellent245245 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartamentos Vista SurApartamentos

        Largest apartments:

        7 adults

        3 bedrooms

        4 beds

        City center 900 m9 from the hotel km from Playa de las Americas, this apartment features a kitchen and views of the pool.

        Very good133133 reviews

        Price from
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        Kn Aparthotel ColumbusAparthotel

        300 m from City Center 600 m from The Patch

        Located about 2.1 km from Los Cristianos tapas, this hotel offers a spa, solarium and massages on site, as well also a lounge restaurant.

        Very good406406 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartamentos BorinquenAparthotel

        1.3 km from the city center 400 m from the hotel Siam Park

        Very good119119 reviews

        Price from
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        Tigotan Lovers & Friends Playa De Las Americas – Adults OnlyHotel

        City Center 500m from the hotelThe Patch 400m from the hotel

        las Americas, next to the Light and Music Fountain and offers a sun deck, heated pool and sundeck.

        Excellent20002000 reviews

        Price from
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        Regency Country Club, Apartments SuitesHotel

        2.7 km from the city center facials and massages on site in addition to fantastic sea views.

        Excellent760760 reviews

        Price from
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        Optimist TenerifeAparthotel

        City Center 700 m from the hotelSafari Shopping Center 300 m from the hotel

        With a sun terrace and sundeck, guests can relax by the outdoor pool.

        Very good6767 reviews

        Price from
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        Hotel Zentral Center (Adults Only)Hotel

        City Center 600m from hotelSafari Shopping Center 400m from hotel

        Just 1 km from Playa de las Americas, this hotel offers an outdoor pool, sundeck and sundeck.

        Very good307307 reviews

        Price from
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        Marola ParkApartment

        Largest apartment:

        3 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        City center at 600 m 0 conventioniramide de Arona from hotel 9 conventioniramide de Arona 0 conventioniramide de Arona0003

        Steps from Marylanza Suites & Spa, this apartment features a microwave, refrigerator and kitchenware in the kitchen.

        Excellent250250 reviews

        Price from
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        Playaflor Chill Out Resort A 50 Mtrs De La Playa (Adults Only)Apartment

        Largest Apartment:

        4 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds City Center

        00 m from hotel Papagayo Beach Club 100 m from hotel

        This apartment features a swimming pool and is less than 1.7 km from Siam Park.

        Very good203203 reviews

        Price from
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        Servatur CaribeAparthotel

        City Center 800 m from hotel Siam Park Water Park 500 m from hotel

        Located near Siam Mall, this condominium resort features a water park, sundeck and sun deck.

        Not bad159159 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartment Parque De Las Americas Playa de las AmericasApartment

        Largest apartment:

        4 adults

        1 bedroom Park

        2 beds from the hotel

        in the city center

        m from the hotel

        This self-catering apartment is located just 1.3 km from Siam Park.

        Excellent1010 reviews

        Price from
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        Tenerife Royal GardensResort

        City center 1.1 km from the hotel Piramide de Arona convention center 300 m from the hotel

        The hotel is located 2 km from the center of Playa de las with Playa de las Vistas and offers a sundeck, a golf course and a tennis court.

        Excellent6262 reviews

        Price from
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        h20 ConquistadorHotel

        1. 1 km from the city center 400 m from the TIBU Tenerife hotel

        Very good483483 reviews

        Price from
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        Coral Compostela Beach GolfAparthotel

        City center 600 m from hotel Las Americas Golf Club 600 m from hotel

        The apartments are located a 25-minute walk from the water park “Siam Park” and offer their guests a heated swimming pool.

        Very good77 reviews

        Price from
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        Alexandre Hotel TroyaHotel

        City center 1000 m from the hotel Papagayo Beach Club 200 m from the hotel

        This hotel is located in Playa de las Americas las Americas” and offers a sun deck, an outdoor pool and a library.

        Excellent5656 reviews

        Price from
        RUB 8 220
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        Hotel Parque Santiago IV Playa de las AmericasHotel

        1. 2 km from the city centerSafari Shopping Center 400 m from the hotel

        Offering a sun terrace the beach hotel is within walking distance of Siam Mall.

        Very good7474 reviews

        Price from
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        Green Garden Resort & SuitesHotel

        City Center 600m from hotel Las Americas Golf Club 200m from hotel area, wellness center and solarium.

        Very good2

        review

        Price from
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        Chayofa Country ClubAparthotel

        3.5 km from City Center

        Situated near Aqualand Costa Adeje, this hotel offers a sundeck, an outdoor pool and an on-site library, as well as soundproof rooms.

        Very good200200 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartamentos Marola-PortosinAparthotel

        City center 600 m from the hotel Piramide de Arona convention center 800 m from the hotel

        Located 2 km from the center of Playa de las Americas, next to Marylanza Suites & Spa, this hotel offers a sundeck, a heated swimming pool and a golf course.

        Excellent100100 reviews

        Price from
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        Gran Oasis ResortHotel

        1.2 km from City Center 800 m from Las Americas Golf Club

        Located 2 km from the city center and with a large outdoor pool, the hotel offers modern facilities.

        Very good264264 reviews

        Price from
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        Vanilla Garden Boutique Hotel – Adults Only from the city centre, this hotel offers a heated swimming pool as well as horseback riding, snorkelling and hiking.

        Excellent8080 reviews

        Price from
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        Alegria BarrancoAparthotel

        City center 400 m from the hotelThe Patch 500 m from the hotel

        The hotel offers 101 rooms and a good location in the heart of Playa de las Americas, with easy access to Aquapark “Octopus”.

        Very good177177 reviews

        Price from
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        Coral Compostela BeachAparthotel

        City center 900 m from the hotel Piramide de Arona convention center 300 m from the hotel

        This peaceful apartment with a terrace enjoys a good location very close to The Rodfather Tenerife Fishing and 140 minutes drive from Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

        Very good136136 reviews

        Price from
        RUB 7 320
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        Casas Blancas Las TortugasApartment

        Largest apartment:

        5 adults

        2 bedrooms

        3 beds

        City center 800 m from Papagayo Beach Club 200 m from hotel

        Apartment with kitchenette located just 1.2 km from Aparthotel Udalla Park..

        Very good2323 reviews

        Price from
        RUB 3,180
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        Beach Life 365 Apartment Playa de las AmericasApartment

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        1.1 km from City Center 400 m from Papagayo Beach Club 400 m from hotel

        This 44 m² apartment with a swimming pool is located close to attractions such as Siam Park and Golf Course Las Americas.

        Excellent33 reviews

        Price from
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        Spring Hotel BitacoraHotel

        City Center 800m from the hotelThe Patch 300m from the hotel

        Situated in the heart of Playa de las Americas, this hotel offers a private swimming pool as well as a nightclub, a sundeck and a library.

        Excellent8484 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartment VirginiaApartment

        Largest apartment:

        5 adults

        2 bedrooms

        3 beds

        City center within 1.2 km from the hotelWaterpark0 Siam0003

        Located 1050 meters from Delfin Tenerife, this apartment offers a seasonal outdoor pool and a furnished sun terrace.

        Very good66 reviews

        Price from
        RUB 6 180
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        Parque Santiago 3 DuplexApartment

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        City Center 1.1 km from the hotelSafari Shopping Center02 900 m from the hotel Playa de las Vistas, swimming pool, as well as a sun deck, water park and sun terrace.

        Excellent33 reviews

        Price from
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        Park Club Europe – All Inclusive Playa de las AmericasResort

        1.0 km from the city centerSafari Shopping Center 400 m from the hotel

        It offers a saltwater pool and mountain views.

        Excellent143143 reviews

        Price from
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        Costa Adeje Gardenapart-hotel

        The largest apartments:

        6 adults

        2 bedrooms

        9000 3 beds

        Km of 2.2 km from the Aqualand hotel

        These cozy apartments with 2 coin spacious bedrooms and a modern kitchen are located next to the Aquapark “Octopus”.

        Very good208208 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartment Vina Del MarApartment

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        1.4 km from the city center Siam Park 500 m from the hotel

        Fully equipped kitchen with microwave, electric kettle and toaster These apartments are located 20 minutes’ walk from the center of Playa de las Americas.

        Very good11 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartment Paraiso RoyalApartment

        4 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        City Center 600m from The Patch 400m from Hotel

        Fully equipped kitchen with microwave and kettle in these apartments located 10 minutes’ walk from the center of Playa de las Americas.

        Very good11 reviews

        Price from
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        Aparthotel Vila Lavanda Playa de las AmericasAparthotel

        City center 800 m from the hotel TIBU Tenerife 400 m from the hotel on the sea.

        Very good3636 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartment Las Americas Tenerife Playa de las AmericasApartment

        2 adults

        1 bedroom

        1 bed

        City center 400 m from The Patch 400 m from hotel 1.2 km from the water park “Siam Park”.

        Very Good66 reviews

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        Apartment Torres Del Sol Playa de las AmericasApartment

        Largest apartments:

        2 adults

        1 bedroom

        1 bed

        City center 800 m from the hotel Piramide de Arona convention center 500 m from the hotel

        Apartment with a fully equipped kitchen and a terrace is a 25-minute drive from Sur Reina Sofia airport “.

        Price from
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        Las Americas Family InnGuest house

        600m from the city center The Patch 400m from the hotel

        Less than 1150 meters from Siam Park Water Park, this apartment features a balcony and an outdoor pool.

        Excellent3232 reviews

        Price from
        RUB 4 440
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        Apartment In Vina Del MarApartment

        3 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        City Center 1.0 km from the hotel Siam Park Water Park 400 m3 10 minutes walk from the hotel 900 beach apartments 500 minutes walk from the hotel from the Golf Course Las Americas and offer an outdoor pool and a water park.

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        Bamboli HolidaysApartment

        2 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        1 Bed

        City Center 1.3 km from Hotel Siam Park Water Park 400 m from Hotel

        9002 Veronicas Strip and offers snorkeling, diving and hiking.

        Guest rating22 reviews

        Price from
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        duplex Apartment in Edificio AltemaarAards

        5 adults

        2 bedrooms

        3 beds

        City Center, 600 m from hotel 9000 offer their guests an outdoor swimming pool.

        Price from
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        Sea View Apartment In Center Of Las AmericasApartment

        3 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        City Center 600m from The Patch 400m from Hotel

        This 50m² apartment offers 1 bedroom, kitchenette and 1 bathroom.

        Very good66 reviews

        Price from
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        Attic Playa De TroyaApartment

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        City center 1.0 km from the hotel Siam Park 300 m from the hotel

        Featuring a playground and a private pool, this hotel offers guests the opportunity to relax by the pool.

        Price from
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        Coral Suites & Spa – Adults OnlyHotel

        City Center 600 m from the hotelSafari Shopping Center 400 m from the hotel

        This hotel with a private pool is located near the Game Of Secrets Golf Club Las Americas.

        Excellent195195 reviews

        Price from
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        Torres Del Sol Sea View Apartment A 606Apartment

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        City center 800 m from the hotel 45 m² and an outdoor pool are located near attractions such as Las Americas Golf Club and Plaza Pedro Garcia Cabrera.

        Perfect11 review

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        Vina Del Mar Oceanapers

        The largest apartments:

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        Km CMS from the hotel Siam Park in the hotel

        Apartments will be pleased with the open basin, open basin accessible all year round and located less than 2 km from the Piramide de Arona convention centre.

        Very good77 reviews

        Price from
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        Torres de Yomely Playa Las Americas

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        City Center 700 m from the hotel 300 m from the hotel

        These are the academic apartment and the hollow for golf and located 2.4 km from Playa de Fañabé.

        Ideal11 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartments Santiago AronaAparthotel

        Largest apartment:

        3 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        City center 900 m from the hotel Piramide de Arona convention center 200 m from the hotel music and offers a water park and an outdoor pool

        Excellent66 reviews

        Price from
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        Lovely Apartment Close To The Beach Apartamerica La140Apartment

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        1. 1 km from City Center 500 m from Papagayo Beach Club

        Located 1.6 km from Safari Shopping Center, this apartment features a kitchen, an outdoor pool and a terrace.

        Excellent22 reviews

        Price from
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        Front Line Parque Santiago 2 Lux ApartamentApartment

        6 adults

        2 bedrooms

        3 beds

        City center 1000 m from TIBU Tenerife 200 m from hotel

        This beachfront apartment features a kitchen and an outdoor pool.

        Very good55 reviews

        Price from
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        Las Americas Panoramic Sea Views Playa de las AmericasApartment

        2 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        1 Bed

        City Center 1.3 Km from Hotel Park Seam Aqua0003

        Price from
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        Hd Parque Cristobal TenerifeResort

        City Center 700m from the hotelThe Patch 100m from the hotel

        The hotel is located in a shopping area, offering panoramic views of the sea and a cafe-bar.

        Excellent179179 reviews

        Price from
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        House Eloisa By Holiday WorldApartment

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        1.1 km from the city centerPiramide de Arona convention center 300 m from the hotel located 20 minutes walk from the center of Playa de las Americas.

        Ideal11 reviews

        Price from
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        Vina Del Mar Playa De Lasamericas, Floor8 Sea ViewApartment

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        1.4 km from the city center Siam Park 400 m from the hotel

        This apartment is located in Playa de las Americas, just a few minutes walk from Veronicas Street -Strip and offer beauty treatments and manicures.

        Excellent11 reviews

        Price from
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        Studios Cc Victoria Ocean ViewApartment

        Largest apartment:

        2 adults

        1 bedroom

        1 bed

        City center 1. 2 km from the hotel Siam Park 500 m from the hotel

        Located 25 minutes drive from the airport “Sur Reina Sofia”, offers a water park and a golf course, as well as being close to Veronicas Strip.

        Very good99 reviews

        Price from
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        Parque Santiago 2 Las AmericasApartment

        6 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        City center 900 m from the TIBU Tenerife hotel 200 m from the hotel walk from Aqualand Costa Adeje, offer a water park and a tennis court.

        Very good44 reviews

        Price from
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        El Dorado Santiago PuigApartment

        3 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        400m from City Center 500m from The Patch

        This apartment features an outdoor pool and is located less than 1.9km from Aqualand.

        Very good66 reviews

        Price from
        RUB 5 760
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        Apartment At Parque Santiago 3Apartments

        Largest apartments:

        9 adults

        3 bedrooms

        5 beds

        City center 1. 1 km from the hotelSafari Shopping Center 300 m from the hotel sunbathing and swimming pool.

        Very good55 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartamentos Optimist TenerifeApartment

        Largest apartments:

        4 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        3 Beds

        City Center 700m from HotelSafari Shopping Center 300m from Hotel

        Featuring an outdoor pool, contemporary style 2 bedrooms and a modern kitchen, this functional apartment is located close to Cooltra Tenerife .

        Very good88 reviews

        Price from
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        Seafront New Modern Apt Playa de las AmericasApartment

        6 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        1.1 km from the city center 300 m from the hotelSafari Shopping Center The beach of La Pinta.

        Ideal11 reviews

        Price from
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        Home Nina Playa de las AmericasApartment

        4 adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        City Center 300m from The Patch 600m from Hotel

        This 40m² apartment with a seasonal outdoor pool is located near attractions such as Playa de las Americas and Golf Las Americas Golf Course.

        Excellent44 reviews

        Price from
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        Las Flores Studio 3Apartment

        2 adults

        1 bedroom

        1 bed

        City Center 1.5 km from the hotel Siam Park Water Park 600 m from the hotel

        This 30 m² apartment is close to Siam Park Water Park and offers a sundeck, bar and water park.

        Excellent44 reviews

        Price from
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        Moon Apartment Playa de las AmericasApartment

        Largest apartment:

        3 adults

        1 bedroom

        2 beds

        City center 700 m from the hotel Piramide de Arona convention center 800 m from the hotel

        The hotel offers an outdoor pool accessible all year round and a terrace restaurant, located close to the Tenerife Monkey Zoo.

        Excellent11 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartment In Paraiso Royal Playa de las AmericasApartment

        Largest apartments:

        3 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        City Center 600m from The Patch 400m from Hotel

        This self-catering apartment is located 2. 7 km from the Mall in addition to a sundeck, outdoor pool and water park Gran Sur.

        Excellent44 reviews

        Price from
        RUB 6 360
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        “Close To The Sky”: Apartment Surrounded By Beaches Playa de las AmericasApartment

        3 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        City Center 400m from The Patch 400m from Hotel

        This 50m² apartment with a private pool is located near attractions such as Playa de las Americas and Aparthotel Udalla Park..

        Excellent11 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartamentos En El Dorado Playa de las AmericasApartment

        Largest apartment:

        4 adults

        1 bedroom

        3 beds

        City center 500 m from The Patch hotel 400 m from the hotel A park”.

        Very good66 reviews

        Price from
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        Apartment Americos El DoradoApartment

        Largest apartments:

        4 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        City Center 500m from The Patch 400m from Hotel

        This apartment features an outdoor pool and is located less than 3. 2km from Chayofa.

        Very good55 reviews

        Price from
        RUB 4 140
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        Las Flores Studio 2Apartment

        2 adults

        1 bedroom

        1 bed

        City center 1.5 km from the hotel Siam Park 600 m from the hotel

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        Panoramic View Park Santiago2 2BEDROOM Apartment Partments

        6 adults

        2 bedrooms

        9000 3 beds

        City of 1000 m from the hotel

        of the Kuzhnaya hotel are located only 2.9. de Fanabe.

        Not bad11 review

        Price from
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        Apartment Eldorado Casa Gi Playa de las AmericasApartment

        5 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        City Center 400m from The Patch 500m from Hotel

        Featuring an aqua park, golf course and tennis court, as well as an outdoor pool in an apartment just 0.9 km from Siama Mall.

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        Playa Honda Apartment 1A009 Playa de las AmericasApartment

        4 Adults

        1 Bedroom

        2 Beds

        2 Beds

        0003

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        The prime location, close to Mount Teide, makes this 535-room hotel an impressive venue for sports activities including mountain biking, shooting archery and mini golf.

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        1.1 km from the city center 300 m from the hotelPiramide de Arona convention center

        Located close to Las Americas Golf Club, this hotel serves regional cuisine at the non-smoking on-site restaurant.

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        City Center 700 m from the hotelSafari Shopping Center 300 m from the hotel

        Featuring a sun deck and a sundeck, guests can relax by the outdoor pool.

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        City Center 1.1 km from the hotel Las Americas Golf Club 800 m from the hotel

        The sophisticated style building provides 57 rooms and its location provides easy access to the Safari Shopping Centre.

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    BEST TENERIFE PLAYA DE LAS AMERICAS

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    Best Teneri Hotel

    965 reviews

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    Hotel Best Tenerife is located a 5-minute drive from Playa de las Vistas and offers massages, a solarium and facials. Best Tenerife is an attractive 4-star hotel near Playa de las Americas.

    The resort is located about 10 minutes walk from the sandy beach. Towels, umbrellas and lounge chairs are provided for relaxing on the beach within the hotel. Nearby attractions include the Light and Music Fountain.

    The hotel provides air-conditioned rooms with every comfort, including multi-channel TV, direct dial telephone and television. Guests at the hotel can enjoy panoramic views. They are equipped with a hairdryer, a dryer and a shower cap.

    Guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast in the hotel’s café. You can dine at the gourmet restaurant, which serves local cuisine. Guests can relax in the café bar while tasting alcoholic drinks. Hard Rock Cafe is approximately 450 meters from this hotel. Bus stop “Zentral Center” is 200 meters away. For younger guests, the hotel has a children’s pool, cots and a playground. Hotel Best Tenerife also provides fitness classes, a gym and aqua fitness.

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    Riding registration: from 12:00 to 23:59

    Exit registration: from 10:00 to 12:00

    • Placement of children and the provision of additional beds
    • Children’s beds children’s beds are not provided in the room. monkey park (750 m)
    • Mount Chaiofita (1.1 km)
    • Patch (350 m)
    • Mini Golf Parque Santiago V (850 m)
    • C.C. Mencey (650 m)
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    • Lizard Park (350 m)

    Airports

    • Tenerife South Airport (18 km)

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    8.5 /10

    O

    8 /10

    Employees and numbers were, as it seems, good. The room had central heating, multi-channel TV and a mini-fridge, I really liked it.

    V

    8 /10

    Breathtaking view, everything was great. Nice bedroom, comfortable bed and elegant bathroom. Nice staff, we had a great time here. Cozy hotel located in the business district.

    A

    8 /10

    There are perfectly clean rooms overlooking the pool. There was an unreal selection of good food which I really enjoyed. First class location, good amenities. A few steps away is the Golden Mile. Overall a great hotel. If you are in Playa de las Americas – 👌

    I

    8 /10

    Breakfast was generous, pool brilliant. Great beds and comfortable bedroom. From the window you could see the valley. The hotel is located in a tourist area, within walking distance of many interesting places in Playa de las Americas.

    L

    8 /10

    This is the most beautiful place, we had a very good time. There was a nice pool bar.

    M

    8 /10

    This is one of the fantastic hotels, it was clean. Great bedroom with exceptional canal views. Great staff, they were always ready to help, thank you.

    I

    8 /10

    This is a really great place to visit Playa de las Americas, I was happy to stay here. It is located perfectly, so you can visit the bars and restaurants located near the hotel at any time.

    K

    8 /10

    Scenic location, they gave us an immaculate room. Hardworking staff, not only at the reception. The hotel was very clean. Delicious breakfast, gorged on cereals, eggs and fruits. We liked the rocky beach. Luxurious amenities and the pool area was incredible.

    D

    8 /10

    Delicious food, first class service and a lovely view! Wide beds, a safe, a mini-fridge and video games were useful. It is literally across the street from a supermarket and souvenir shops. There was a charming restaurant.

    A

    8 /10

    Polite staff and everything was spotlessly clean. Hearty breakfast, there was a huge variety of all kinds of dishes. Exceptional view, huge balcony, great bed. All in all, a great hotel with first class service.

    V

    8 /10

    We will come here again, nothing to complain about… Americans, we liked it very much.

    FAQ

    • For lunch and dinner, Hotel Best Tenerife’s a la carte restaurant serves international cuisine.

    • Best Tenerife is located at a distance of 1 km from the city center, near Nashivka.

    • Yes, the Hotel Best Tenerife Playa de las Americas includes a breakfast buffet in the room rate. Please contact the hotel for the most accurate information.

    • Hotel Best Tenerife prices start from 133€.

    • Yes, the Hotel Best Tenerife Playa de las Americas offers a buffet breakfast.

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    Travel in tenerife: Tenerife, awakens emotions | Hello Canary Islands

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    Tenerife, awakens emotions | Hello Canary Islands

    Tenerife is the island of a thousand experiences. There are a thousand things you can do at any time of year, thanks to the mild climate and the enormous range of activities on offer on the largest of the Canary Islands.

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    Enjoy a day at the beach, walk along one of the trails that venture into the lush forests, discover impressive volcanoes and awe-inspiring landscapes that are almost otherworldly, and striking ravines and cliffs. Spend an evening gazing at the endless stars in good company or make that dream of seeing dolphins and whales swimming in the wild a reality… WOW!

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    Tenerife also still preserves beautiful historic quarters of great artistic value, which you can take a relaxed stroll around, museums and charming villages full of local traditions where you can meet locals and chat with them.

     

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    Maybe you feel like doing some sports. No problem. You can do just about any sport here, especially ones related to the sea and golf, as the island has several courses to choose from. And if you’re looking for more intense emotions, there’s nothing like some excitement on the modern rides at the fun parks, a paradise for children, who will take home unforgettable memories of their family holiday. In short, there’s a new thing to do every day. Goodbye, boredom!

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    But Tenerife is also perfect for resting and disconnecting from stress. As an established tourist destination, it has an extraordinary range of accommodation, from the most exclusive options to other more modest ones, where you can relax surrounded by all the comforts and services.

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    A fabulous day at the beach

    The lively beaches with fine, golden sand and calm waters are located in Tenerife’s main tourist hubs in the south of the island. But there are also quieter beaches, further away from the towns, dotted along the coast. There are some with dark, volcanic sand or shaped into marvellous natural pools and ponds that are protected from the waves.

    Any choice is perfect for enjoying a fabulous day at the beach. The best thing to do is discover them and dive right in!

     

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    Sailing alongside dolphins and whales

    Watching the different types of cetaceans that swim in the wild in the waters to the southwest of Tenerife, one of the few places in the world where they can be seen so close to the coast, is an experience that’s hard to forget.

    In addition to the dolphins that live here all year round, this exceptional area is also visited by blue whales and orcas. A true sanctuary for these incredible mammals that find ideal conditions for feeding and reproduction here.

    A true sanctuary for these incredible mammals

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    The fragility of this precious ecosystem makes it essential that we take care to preserve it. That’s why this activity is regulated and the boats must be authorised and comply strictly with regulations that guarantee that these fabulous animals and their habitat are treated with respect.

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    Climbing the highest peak in Europe

    If there’s one thing Tenerife can brag about, it’s extraordinary natural spaces. But one stands out more than any other: the Teide National Park, the most visited park in all of Europe. As well as being home to the impressive volcanic structure that is the Teide, the highest peak in Spain and a Natural World Heritage Site, you will find here what is possibly the most striking scenery you have ever seen.

    These are some of the most spectacular volcanic manifestations on the planet. Imagination doesn’t even come close to the imposing panorama that appears before our eyes at the peak, at a height of 3,715 metres, with extraordinary views of the caldera, the hundreds of lava cones, flows, dykes, rocks… Not to mention the flora and fauna that lives there, with plenty of endemic species, some of which are exclusive to the park itself.

    Anyone in good shape and with about six hours to spare can climb to the top on foot, following the trail, but you can also take the cable car and get there in just a few minutes.

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    A trip through incredible natural spaces

    For most of those who know the island, the Teide National Park is Tenerife’s crowning jewel. But it’s not the only one. Surrounding this volcanic landscape is another treasure, the Corona Forestal Natural Park, a lush Canary Island pine forest that extends grandiosely over ravines and valleys. A spectacle of colours that vary from the intense greens of the pines to the blues of the sea and sky to the darker tones of the great volcano.

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    And there’s more. Such as the Macizo de Anaga, one of the seven biosphere reserves in the Canary Islands and a refuge for laurisilva species that are extinct on most of the planet, where natural and cultural values combine in perfect harmony. Or the Teno Rural Park, a place with harsh orography and impressive cliffs, valleys and areas of forest that have benefitted from their isolation, as it has allowed valuable habitats that serve as havens for endangered species to be maintained almost perfectly intact. These are natural environments that are also home to delightful hamlets dedicated to agriculture and livestock farming.

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    Take a stroll around well-preserved historic quarters

    You can also feel the history in Tenerife’s towns and municipalities. For instance, San Cristóbal de la Laguna is a unique example of a colonial city with no walls, which inspired later cities in the American colonies. That, in addition to the fact that it has practically maintained its original 15th-century layout with no alterations, has earned it the accolade of being named a World Heritage Site.

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    La Orotava is home to an important historical and artistic ensemble, as is Puerto de la Cruz, which also has a fascinating botanical garden.

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    The civic and religious architecture of Icod de los Vinos and, of course, its enormous, ancient dragon tree, a species that originates in Micronesia, are likewise worthy of a visit. Or the coastal town of Garachico, where you can still see traces of the violent volcanic eruption in 1706. And we can’t not mention the island capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where busy city life mixes with a historic quarter bordered by a triangle of streets and squares where you can see its most emblematic buildings. One of them is the Old Civilian Hospital, which is an example of neoclassical architecture and houses one of the island’s most interesting museums: the MUNA Museum of Nature and Archaeology..

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    Choose a different plan every day

    With an endless list of options, it’s impossible to be bored on the 100% life island. There are several recreational parks, of which two stand out for being considered the best in the world, in their respective fields: Siam Park water park and the Loro Parque zoo.

    Forestal Park is perfect for those looking for adventure in contact with nature, as here they’ll have the chance to play among incredibly tall trees. Botanical gardens, ethnographic parks and theme parks, go-karting, shopping centres…Tenerife has an answer to meet any fun and leisure expectations.

    Tenerife has an answer to meet any fun and leisure expectations.

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    Be delighted by the stars

    The peaks of Tenerife are one of three Starlight Reserves in the Canary Islands, which gives us an idea of how magnificent conditions are for stargazing in the highest areas of the island.

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    One of the most stunning places is the Teide National Park where, surrounded by the striking silhouettes of the volcanic landscape, we will be awestruck by the endless night sky brimming with millions of sparkling dots, the craters on the moon… and a few other surprises. It’s not by chance that one of the Canary Island’s astrophysical observatories is located here, a scientific centre that you can also visit if you book a guided tour in advance.

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    Enjoy the cuisine

    It’s one of the pleasures of Tenerife. The island has countless establishments: from the famous ‘guachinches’—modest premises frequented by the locals and serving typical Canary Islands food—to the most luxurious, Michelin-star restaurants.

    Tradition and avant-garde, basic dishes and others that are works of art, local and international ingredients… the variety is never-ending. Traditional products feature meats, fresh fish and black potatoes, an exquisite variety that is valued highly by renowned chefs. ‘Mojo’ sauce, ‘gofio’, cheeses, wines, fruits and a long list of desserts and cakes to finish off a delicious meal are just some of the gastronomic options the island has to offer.

    Tradition and avant-garde, basic dishes and others that are works of art, local and international ingredients… the variety is never-ending.

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    Getting the perfect swing

    Among the various open-air sports that can be done on the island all year round, golf stands out. Tenerife has several golf courses designed by the best professionals in the world, as well as comprehensive facilities where players of any level will find everything they need.

     

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    But fans of this sport don’t just come here for the world-class courses and facilities, they come because it is a true privilege to improve your swing with views of the majestic Teide volcano or the intense blue ocean as a backdrop. True luxury.

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    Traveling to Tenerife | Quest Travel Adventures

    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.

    Where Are the Canary Islands and Tenerife?

    Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, a chain of Spanish islands in the eastern Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Southwest Spain. If you’re looking at a Canary Islands map, Tenerife is the largest of the archipelago, located to the left of Gran Canaria, the capital island.

    Not your typical island destination, Tenerife has something for everyone. It’s a place where you can picture yourself in multiple places around the globe – without even stepping off the island. Picture this: the volcanic landscapes, boardwalks and resorts of Maui, combined with the food, wine, port and Spanish colonial architecture of Barcelona, and the white/black sand beaches of Costa Rica – all on one island.

    How Do You Get to Tenerife?

    Tenerife is the only island in the Canary Islands with two airports, one in the north and the other in the south. It’s also easily accessed by boat because of its two seaports. If you are looking for Tenerife flights from the east coast, Boston or New York, you’ll want to fly into Madrid. Once you’re in Madrid, Tenerife is a two-and-a-half-hour flight south. Iberia Airlines also has frequent flights from all major Spanish cities, including multiple flights per day into TFN, the North airport. Right now, you can get cheap flights to Tenerife for travel to the island in March on WOW Air for less than $500.

    Once you’re on the island, getting around is simple. Whether you choose to take a bus, car or taxi, the roads are well kept, and four lane highways are well lit and marked with signage, allowing for easy travel.

    The Geography of the South and The North

    The island has the highest peak in Spain – Mt. Teide. This volcano divides the island into two, the Cultural North and the Bustling South. Did you know Tenerife boasts nearly 250 miles of coastline and 43 miles of white sand and black sand beaches?

    In the lush and tropical north end of the island you will find Spanish colonial cities such as the UNESCO world heritage city, La Laguna, and the old colonial port of Garachico. A very unique geological phenomenon that was caused by the last eruption in the 1790s, are the lava pool formations in Garachico that you can walk around and swim in. On the opposite side of the island in the South, you will be surrounded by golden sand beaches and vibrant coastal towns. Despite the distinct and exotic terrain, you can still travel from Tenerife north to Tenerife south in less than an hour.

    Climate and Weather

    Known as the island of eternal spring, temperatures average around 75° year-round. The island’s varied topography offers a plethora of options for those seeking adventure. From beach to mountain, explore banana plantation filled valleys, marvel at lunar landscapes, hike through giant rhododendron and beautiful fern forests, or try your hand at windsurfing or paragliding. The four separate microclimates on the island allow for a varied and diverse amount of activities and experiences. Whatever your preference, you’ll be sure to find your ideal climate here!

    Things to Do in Tenerife

    If you’re looking for what to do in Tenerife, there’s no shortage of activities. 12,198 feet above sea level there’s Teide National Park, one of Tenerife’s national treasures and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with some of the best stargazing in the world. Under the sea, the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean are filled with a rich diversity of marine life, making it a top location for whale and dolphin watching, as well as an underwater paradise for divers. Above the water, Tenerife is home to the #1 spa in Europe, the #1 waterpark and the #1 zoo in the world. For you foodies and wine connoisseurs, you’ll want to visit Tenerife’s world-famous vineyards and taste some traditional meals such as papas arrugadas con mojos. For those more adventurous, Tenerife is full of unique activities, such as exploring the 10-mile-long Cueva del Viento – the “Cave of Wind” at Icod de los Vinos, the longest lava tube in Europe.

    Culture

    While Spanish is the official and primary language of the island, there’s no need to worry – all resorts and most tourist destinations speak English.

    As for Tenerife holidays, the island is home to the second largest Carnival celebration in the world, after Rio de Janeiro. Carnival queens, stunning costumes, marching bands, music and happy mayhem, islanders and visitors gather together during this 14-day celebration that draws crowds from around the globe. Here’s the key to experiencing an unforgettable Carnival: put on your costume, dive in, and party all night. If you’re visiting the island after Carnival, you can check out the smaller festivals, or Romerias, which happen in various villages from June – September.

    While other destinations make you choose between beaches, forests, or the mountains, when you travel to Tenerife you don’t have to choose. We may be biased, we think that Tenerife is the best of the Canary Islands!

    Top 15 Things to Do in Tenerife (Canary Islands)

    Located off the coast of Morocco in the Atlantic Ocean, the Canary Islands is a volcanic archipelago consisting of seven major islands. Though once considered a remote playground primarily reserved for the rich and famous, the islands have become a more accessible destination over time.

    Tenerife is the Spanish archipelago’s largest and most populous island, measuring 785 square miles, with a population of approximately 920,000. It’s also the area’s most visited destination, attracting around five million tourists each year.

    The island is divided into two distinct sections, with the 12,198-foot volcano of Teide National Park in the center. In the north, you’ll find the capital, Santa Cruz. The island’s south side is more popular with travelers because it’s both sunnier and warmer, with quite a few beautiful beaches.

    There’s an expansive array of activities and attractions on the island, so it pays to spend time exploring both ends of it. There’s something for everyone, with an excellent assortment of adults-only and family-friendly hotels catering to every budget. 

    Here’s an overview of the best things to do in Tenerife, with options broken down geographically for north Tenerife and south Tenerife. We’ll also cover how to get to Tenerife, as well as offering a brief look at the Canary Islands’ fascinating history. 

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    1. Where is Tenerife?
    2. How to Get to Tenerife
    3. A Brief History of Tenerife
    4. Best Things to Do in North Tenerife
    5. Best Things to Do in South Tenerife

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    Where is Tenerife?

    The volcanic Canary Islands are located in the North Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa. But where exactly is Tenerife?

    The Spanish-owned archipelago is located around 60 miles west of Morocco, and Tenerife sits right in the center of the group of seven islands.

    You’ll find Tenerife just west of Gran Canaria, which is the third largest island in the Canaries at 600 square miles. A bit further to the east lies Fuerteventura, the second largest island at 640 square miles.

    Flights from the United Kingdom take a little over four hours to reach Tenerife, while those flying out of Madrid can escape to the European island paradise in less than three hours.

    READ MORE: Top 10 Eco-Friendly European Islands (World Travel Bucket List)

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    How to Get to Tenerife

    Tenerife is the only Canary Island blessed with two airports, making air travel the easiest and fastest way to get there.

    Most international visitors come via flights to Tenerife south, which is serviced by Reina Sofía. This is the more modern of the island’s two airports, located just outside of Costa Adeje.

    Flights to Tenerife north land at Los Rodeos Airport, which is located near La Laguna and Santa Cruz. This airport primarily receives traffic from mainland Spain, including travelers flying to Tenerife via Madrid or Barcelona.

    Many other major European cities (including Amsterdam, Budapest, Dublin, London, Paris, and Rome) offer direct flights to Tenerife. More than 60 different airlines service Tenerife’s airports, including budget airlines (Ryanair, easyJet, etc.) as well as full-service airlines.

    American travelers can reach Tenerife with a simple one-stop layover. On busy days, Tenerife’s airports see flights arriving roughly every five minutes, so there are plenty of flight options available.

    Once you’re on the island, Titsa buses run from both airports to many nearby towns from 5 AM to midnight. Public transportation is generally quite good, except in more remote locations.

    If you want to explore more off-the-beaten-path Tenerife attractions, renting a car is a better option. Car rental in Tenerife is fairly economical, and a coastal highway makes getting around the island easy. You can quickly leave the traffic behind by traveling on more rural roads.

    For more adventurous travel to Tenerife, there’s a weekly ferry service from Cadiz, Spain. But it does take a couple of days to reach the island by boat. There are also Tenerife ferries available to nearby Canary Islands, for those who fancy a bit of island-hopping. 

    READ MORE: The 20 Best Caribbean Islands to Visit

    A Brief History of Tenerife

    You can date Tenerife’s recorded history back to around 200 BC. At this time the Canary Islands were home to aboriginal inhabitants, known as the Guanches. who were of North African origin.

    They were said to have an almost Scandinavian appearance, being tall and sporting blue eyes and blonde hair. One of their kings during the 14th century was said to be Tinerfe, which many modern businesses (including numerous hotels) have adopted into their names.

    Tenerife was conquered by Spain during the late 15th century, making it the last Canary Island to be overthrown. Many Guanches were enslaved to work the new sugar cane plantations that were introduced to the islands. To make way for the sugar cane fields, many native forests were destroyed.

    The ensuing centuries saw invasions by the British and pirates. As the 19th century rolled around, the residents of Tenerife began immigrating to the Americas due to increasingly poor economic conditions on the island. Many fled to the Caribbean and Latin America

    By the end of the 19th century, Tenerife began to be recognized as a tourist destination, attracting wealthy travelers from Northern Europe as well as the Americas. This brought cultural influences from both regions to the island.

    This lasted until Tenerife suffered devastation during the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s. During this period, the Spanish royal family was dethroned and dictator General Francisco Franco took control of the island, with help from fascist Italy and Nazi Germany.

    Those who opposed the new regime were executed, while others fled to the Americas once again. Upon Franco’s death, dictatorship ended when King Juan Carlos I took the Spanish throne. He and his wife, Queen Sofia, reigned as King and Queen of Spain from 1975 until the king’s abdication in 2014.

    Southern Tenerife’s airport is still named after Queen Sofia. And today, tourism is back in full swing and stands as the island’s largest and most profitable industry.

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    Things to Do in Northern Tenerife

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    Loro Parque

    Widely recognized as one of the finest zoos in the world, Loro Parque began as something of a giant aviary for exotic Parrots. It has since been expanded to house rare and endangered wildlife from all around the world.

    There are over 350 Parrot species represented, including species found in South America, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. The zoo is also home to Chimpanzees, Gorillas, Jaguars, Tigers, and Galapagos Tortoises.

    Some organizations have expressed animal rights concerns because of the zoo’s resident Orca. But American Humane has given Loro Parque its seal of approval for its commitment to animal safety and well-being. It’s the first time the 100-year-old NGO has ever given approval for a standard zoo in Europe.

    The zoo is also a member of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. Loro Parque has been involved with over 80 conservation projects, contributing more than $10 million towards wildlife conservation.  

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    2. Teide National Park

    Teide National Park is one of Tenerife’s two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, so it’s no surprise that it’s one of the island’s most visited natural wonders. The park is home to Spain’s tallest peak, Mount Teide, an active volcano considered one of the world’s tallest.

    Teide is one of Spain’s oldest and most visited national parks. Many people come to Tenerife to climb Mount Teide, where exceptional views of the Canary Islands archipelago can be seen on clear days.

    Some choose to reach the top by way of a strenuous six-hour hiking trail, while others opt for the much more relaxing cable car ride to the summit.Paragliding can also be done within the park, taking you over the volcanic landscape and pine forests.

    The park’s clear night skies offer incredible stargazing opportunities, due to the lack of light pollution. While wildlife isn’t abundant here, you may spot Atlantic Canaries, Mouflon Sheep, Hedgehogs, and a variety of lizards and insects.

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    3. San Cristóbal de La Laguna

    Tenerife’s second UNESCO World Heritage Site is the historical center of San Cristóbal de La Laguna. Considered to be the island’s cultural capital, it was at one time the actual capital before that role was taken over by Santa Cruz.

    La Laguna was founded in the 15th century and is home to many important early buildings, including several beautiful churches.

    One example is the Roman Catholic Cathedral of La Laguna, which houses the remains of the city’s founder, Alonso Fernandez de Luga. La Laguna also plays host to the largest Holy Week festival in the Canary Islands.

    The city is home to the Canary Islands’ oldest university, University of La Laguna, which was founded in the early 1700s. Due to the presence of college students, there’s a great deal of energetic nightlife options available in the city.

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    4. The Museum of Nature and Man

    Paying a visit to the Museum of Nature and Man in Santa Cruz allows you to dive deeper into the history of Tenerife and the other Canary Islands.

    Housed in the Old Civil Hospital, the museum is home to some of the island’s most important archaeological discoveries.

    The museum displays artifacts dating back to the time of the indigenous Guanches, showcasing early tools, mummies, and ancient artwork.

    You’ll also get an understanding of how the Canary Islands were originally formed and learn more about the rich marine life that inhabits the surrounding waters.   

    READ MORE: 10 Ancient Archaeological Sites (World Travel Bucket List)

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    Jardín Botánico of Puerto de la Cruz

    Also known as the La Orotava Acclimatisation Gardens, the botanical garden (or Jardín Botánico) of Puerto de la Cruz was conceived by King Charles III of Spain.

    It was his desire to introduce exotic plants from regions like South America to his palace in Madrid.

    In order for the plants to survive in their new environment, it was decided they needed a place where they could acclimatize. Tenerife was chosen due to its subtropical climate.

    Visitors can walk through the 215,000 square foot gardens to view a wide variety of tropical and subtropical flora from places like Brazil, South Africa, and Australia.

    Most notable are the garden’s palms, liana trees, and fig trees. It often ranks right up there with England’s Kew Gardens in terms of the most significant gardens of the world.

    READ MORE: What is Permaculture Gardening? An Intro to Permaculture Design

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    The Pyramids of Guimar

    A series of six pyramids on Tenerife have created a lot of debate over the years as to when they were constructed, and by whom. Built from lava stone, they share a resemblance to the pyramids found in ruins throughout Central America.

    This led researchers like Thor Heyerdahl to reason that they may have been built by the early Guanches, and that there may have been a pre-Spanish conquest trade route between the Americas and Egypt. Another theory suggests they may have been built by Freemasons.

    Scientists widely believe that the pyramids date back to the late 19th century, and were merely a byproduct of island farmers removing and gathering stones to clear the land for the creation of fields. Evidence of 19th century pot shards found at the pyramids back this claim up.

    However, there does seem to be some careful planning implemented in the pyramids’ layout. They are said to have been orientated in relation to the sun at key astronomical dates.

    READ MORE: The 16 Best Mayan Ruins to Explore

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    7. Bosque de Esperanza

    One of the island’s largest forested areas, Bosque de Esperanza offers wonderful hiking and mountain biking opportunities.

    There are also narrow mountain roads that lack the copious traffic often found in southern Tenerife.

    The hiking trails are well marked, and some will take you to viewpoints where you can enjoy stunning views of Mount Teide, the coastline, and La Laguna below.

    The forest itself offers a robust mixture of endemic pines, cypress, and eucalyptus trees, which stay lusg and green all year round.

    READ MORE: 20 Biggest Forests in the World

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    8. Masca Valley

    The Masca Valley is home to another one of Tenerife’s most notable hikes.

    The Masca Trail hike, from Masca Village to the sea, takes around three hours to complete. It leads you through a volcanic landscape of strange rock formations and caves.

    When you reach the end of the trail you can return the way you came. But many hikers choose to catch a boat transfer to the nearby resort town of Los Gigantes. The town is known for its towering cliffs, which reach heights of atound 2,800 feet.

    If you choose this option and you’re traveling during peak summer season, make sure to pre-book your boat transfer. This assures your spot, so you aren’t forced to hike all the way back to Masca Village!

    READ MORE: The World’s Best Hiking Trails (World Travel Bucket List)

    Cueva del Viento or Cave of the Wind by Eladio Anxo Fernández Manso via CC-2.0

    9. Cueva del Viento

    Cueva del Viento (or Cave of the Wind) is Europe’s most grand lava tube system. It’s also one of the world’s most complex.

    Reaching over 10 miles into the earth, the cave system is said to have been created from Pico Viejo volcanic eruptions.  Visitors outfitted with sturdy hiking shoes and long pants can take a two-hour tour into the lave tube system.

    You’ll learn about ancient artifacts from the Guanches that were uncovered within the cave, as well as bones from weird animals like giant lizards that once inhabited the island. 

    A visitor center provides even more detailed information on the history of the cave system.

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    Best Things to Do in Southern Tenerife

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    10. Siam Park

    Located in the town of Costa Adeje, which is home to some of the best family hotels in Tenerife, Siam Park is one of Europe’s grandest water parks.

    The water park is home to the world’s longest lazy river, freefall slides, bowl slides, rafting rides, and more. The entire park portrays an unusual (for the location) Thailand theme, with Siam being the former name of the country during the colonial era.

    The park offers the largest collection of Thai-themed architecture you’ll find outside of Thailand, as well as the same sort of floating markets you’d expect to find in the southeast Asian country.

    Interestingly, the water park has been given the seal of approval by Thailand’s Royal Family.

    READ MORE: The 13 Most Beautiful National Parks in Thailand

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    11. Playa de las Américas

    Southern Tenerife’s largest tourist resort, Playa de las Américas is where all the area’s action and nightlife can be found.

    Head to Veronica’s Strip for a wide array of nightclubs and bars, or soak up the sun at one of the area’s numerous beaches.

    Some of the beaches are natural, featuring the iconic black volcanic sand Tenerife is known for, while others are man made and use sand imported from Africa.  The most notable beaches include Playa de El Bobo, Playa Honda, and of course Playa de las Américas.

    Also on offer are water activities like jet-skiing, scuba diving, and whale watching cruises. Golfers can enjoy a round on the 18-hole Golf las Américas course.

    READ MORE: The Ultimate Beach Vacation Packing List

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    12. Playa del Duque

    Located in Costa Adeje, Playa del Duque is a man made beach that offers imported golden Sahara sand.

    Its westward facing position makes this a perfect location to catch a Canary Island sunset. The seaside promenade makes for lovely early morning or evening walks.

    During the day, plenty of sun loungers and umbrellas are available to rent. Just off the beach you’ll find an array of fine dining restaurants and a luxury shopping center.

    Playa del Duque is easily one of Tenerife’s most beautiful and most visited beaches, but be aware that it can get crowded during peak season.  

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    13. El Medáno

    Home to less touristy beaches, the town of El Medáno ranks alongside places like Aruba as one of the world’s best locations for windsurfing and kitesurfing.

    The main reason for this is the area’s ever-present strong winds, which have made it the perfect place for hosting several annual windsurfing and kitesurfing championships.

    Near the center of the town, you’ll find beaches that are a little more suitable for swimming. Some of Tenerife’s largest natural beaches, including Playa Grande and Playa La Tejita, are also farily close by.

    More popular with locals rather than tourists, Playa Grande is best visited during low tide.

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    14. Reserva Ambiental

    One of the top-rated natural attractions in southern Tenerife, this quiet little nature reserve is located in San Miguel de Abona.  

    The morning guided hikes are best booked in advance, and take you on a one-hour journey through a pristine slice of Tenerife as it might have looked before the Spanish arrived. The boat ride across the small lake is as tranquil and serene as it is picturesque.

    Departing from the Sandos San Blas Hotel, the tour also includes an excellent museum with an overview of the island’s past, including a cool “time tunnel.” Along the way you’ll meet costumed actors who bring the history of Tenerife to life, with a few special surprises we won’t spoil here. 

    Don’t expect to see a lot of wildlife, but the tour (including headset narration) is a great way to learn more about Tenerife’s colorful past and natural history.

    READ MORE: Top 10 Living History Museums in the US

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    15. Montaña de Ifara y Los Riscos

    Those really looking to get off the beaten path and escape the tourist crowds can try a bit of hiking in the Ifara and Los Riscos mountains.

    These two volcanic cones offer a chance to see a variety of native plants as well as numerous species of beautiful birds. Avid birdwatchers can seek out notable Tenerife bird species such as Southern Grey Shrikes, Berthelot’s Pipit, and Trumpeter Finches.

    Even more remote hiking can be found at Montaña Colorada, which is about a 40-minute drive to the northwest. Here you may spot Long-eared Owls, Barbary Falcons, and Canary Islands Kestrels.

    If you don’t want to be so remote, but still want to enjoy some mountain hiking, head to Montaña Roja near El Medáno. The climb to the top of Montaña Roja (or Red Mountain) is rather easy and provides wonderful views from the summit. –Megan Jerrard

     

    Megan Jerrard is an Australian Journalist and the founder and Senior Editor of Mapping Megan, an award-winning travel blog bringing you the latest in adventure travel from all over the globe. Her husband Mike is the American naturalist and wildlife photographer behind Waking Up Wild, a website dedicated to opening your eyes to the wild & natural world.

    Reasons Why You Should Visit Tenerife, Spain

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    Leon Beckenham

    27 July 2021

    The largest of the Canary Islands is also the most visited, for good reason: Tenerife has lots to offer, from its diverse landscapes – spanning mountains to black-sand beaches – to its unexpectedly fancy dining scene, which flaunts ingredients flavoured by the volcanic soil and constantly beating sun. While many visitors don’t venture far beyond the beach, there’s so much more to the island of Tenerife, especially for hikers and nature lovers heading to Teide National Park. Here’s why you need to experience the Spanish island at least once in your lifetime.

    It’s always beach weather in Tenerife

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    With an average low of 17C (62F) in January and a high of 25C (77F) in August, Tenerife has an agreeably temperate climate all year round. Known as Isla de la Eterna Primavera (Island of Eternal Spring), it averages over 300 days of sunshine per year, and rain rarely lasts long. The weather can vary wildly between the north and south of the island, however – warm winds from the Sahara keep the south of the island hot and dry, while the lush and green north tends to be cooler and wetter. It’s not much more than an hour’s drive between the two, despite the changes in climate.

    You can go whale and dolphin watching

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    The temperate seas surrounding Tenerife are home to almost 30 different species of whale and dolphin, which can be viewed from aboard boats departing most days from either Los Cristianos or Los Gigantes. Trips take approximately three hours, and some boats are decorated like pirate ships – a treat for little ones.

    There are family-friendly water parks

    Amusement Park, Aquarium, Park

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    Tenerife’s biggest theme park, the Thai-themed Siam Park, has gained enormous popularity with tourists in recent years. Best visited during hot summer weather with family and children, the park provides water rides, a mile-long lazy river and an enormous wave pool and sandy beach. Head to the Tower of Power, a 28m (100ft) near-vertical slide that shoots you through an amazing aquarium.

    Tenerife is a hiker’s paradise

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    This island’s diverse and rocky landscape is a playground for visitors keen to strap on their walking boots. Dominating a huge area in central Tenerife, Teide National Park is all about Mount Teide – at over 3,700m (12,139ft) it’s the highest point in Spain. It offers diverse volcanic landscapes, pine forests and green valleys with stunning views across numerous hiking routes. Less adventurous travellers can drive through the protected national park to admire the beauty of this part of the island.

    Then there’s the Masca Trail. Named after a tiny village in northwestern Tenerife, this trail is one of the most popular hikes on the island, beginning at the village and winding down to the rocky beach below. Beginners can arrange guided tours with various local companies, or more seasoned hikers can navigate the trail alone. Walkers get plenty of opportunities to soak up spectacular scenery along the five-mile trek and can take a boat at the end to the majestic Los Gigantes cliffs – impossibly steep formations that rise to a giddy 800m (2,625 ft) above the nearby black volcanic sand beaches and secluded rocky coves.

    You can take part in a flamboyant Carnival

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    In the week leading up to Lent, Carnival celebrations take place throughout the island. Twinned with Rio de Janeiro, Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s Carnival is considered by some the most famous in the world after Rio’s. Each year, the grand opening parade kicks off celebrations with a colourful themed procession of floats and costumes making its way through the streets. The end of Carnival is marked by the somewhat bizarre Burial of the Sardine ritual on Ash Wednesday: a giant effigy of a sardine sits on a throne, which is carried through the streets of the capital, followed by a procession of wailing ‘widows’ – the sardine is then set on fire when it reaches Plaza de España.

    The stargazing is spectacular

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    Tenerife’s position between the Sahara and the Atlantic – as well as its lack of light pollution, high altitudes, clean air and exceptionally clear night skies – makes it an ideal place to stargaze. Officially declared a Starlight Tourist Destination, the island offers many opportunities to stare at the night skies, whether through official tours or on your own. But for the ultimate star-gazing experience, the luxury Ritz-Carlton in Abama hosts private summer star parties, which include an exclusive tour of the observatory, a chance to look through the world’s largest telescope and a gourmet stargazing picnic.

    There’s an appetite for fine dining

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    It may surprise many to discover that the island is home to no fewer than five Michelin stars across four restaurants. M.B. (by Martín Berasategui) is a two-Michelin-starred establishment, housed in the Ritz-Carlton, Abama, and arguably Tenerife’s finest. Foodies should also try the family-run El Rincón de Juan Carlos for some spectacular interpretations of classic Spanish cooking focusing on seafood: try the sriracha-drenched crayfish or apple-tainted oysters.

    Alternately, you can always go old-school with a local guanchinche. Originally referring to wine-tasting parties arranged by vineyards to sell their products, guachinches is now usually used to describe rustic-style establishments, where local wine is served with traditional tapas. In fact, traditional rutas de guachinches (guachinche trails) are comparable to bar crawls and several places are visited in a single day. Guachinches adhere to strict rules, however, such as only serving wine and dishes produced by the owner.

    It has magnificent sandy beaches

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    It’ll come as little surprise that Tenerife has some truly spectacular beaches – albeit sometimes with a little help from some imported Sahara sand. One popular stretch for locals and tourists alike is the pine-fringed Las Teresitas, just 10 minutes’ drive from the island’s capital. On the northern coast, one of the island’s prettiest and more remote natural beaches is the dark, volcanic El Bollullo. Meanwhile, naturists can find a spot to bare it all on long golden sands of La Tejita on the other side of the island. Two firm family favourites are the Playa del Duque and Playa de las Vistas, both on the south coast with safe, shallow waters.

    There are mountains to climb

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    Teide isn’t the only mountain on the island worth exploring. The lesser-known Anaga Mountain Range is located on the farthest northeastern point of Tenerife, and consists of some beautifully remote, rugged coastlines, deep ravines, traditional villages and humid forests. Formed by a volcanic eruption around eight million years ago, it’s the oldest part of the island and has been declared a Biosphere Reserve, with the largest number of endemic species in Europe since 2015. While hiking trails can be challenging, views are particularly rewarding and feel like a million miles from the package holiday hoards on the other side of the island.

    You can ride a cable car to the best viewpoints

    Train Station

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    The best way to experience the Unesco-protected Teide National Park is by riding the cable car up the mountain. The eight-minute ride isn’t cheap, but it’s more than worth it for the incredible views of the volcanic crater, stunning national park and other Canary Islands that are visible across the sea on a clear day. The cable doesn’t go all the way to the peak, but three walking routes are available from the upper station. Trips to the peak require special permission, and the altitude will be hard on even the most fit– so it’s best to take it slowly. Alternatively, admire the views and head back down in the cable car again.

    Florence Derrick contributed additional reporting to this article.

    These recommendations were updated on July 27, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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    Attracting over six million visitors per year, Tenerife is the island that most people relate to in the Canary Islands archipelago family.

    Blessed with year-round spring-like weather, Tenerife is especially popular with northern Europeans looking to escape the winter back home.

    Most visitors to Tenerife congregate on the island’s southern beaches, where resorts and clubs cater to British holidaymakers.

    If, however, you are prepared to get out and explore, you will discover a diverse island with remote mountain villages and charming fishing ports.

    Outdoor lovers will be in their element with sub-tropical forests and an often snow-capped volcano to explore.

    Try to arrive the week before Ash Wednesday when Tenerife holds its carnival, a spectacular affair second only to Rio de Janeiro.

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    Good to know before traveling to Tenerife

    Capital: Madrid

    Capital of the island: Santa Cruz de Tenerife

    Currency: EUR

    Power voltage and socket type(s): 230V, plug types F and C.

    Official religion(s): 60% of the population is Roman Catholic, followed by atheist and agnostic citizens

    Official language(s) and general knowledge of English: Spanish is the official language. English is semi-widely spoken.

    Main tourist areas: Costa Adeje, Los Cristianos

    Most famous places in Tenerife

    Pico del Teide

    Pico del Teide has to be Tenerife’s number one attraction. An active volcano that last erupted in 1909, Pico del Teide is Spain’s highest mountain at 3,718 m (12,198 ft). While it is possible to hike to the summit, most people ride the cable car where at the top, they are rewarded with views of the islands of La Gomera, La Palma, and El Hierro. – Get tickets here

    Los Gigantes Cliffs

    Located on the island’s west coast, Los Gigantes Cliffs tower 800 meters (2,624 feet) above the sea. Take a boat trip at sunset for the most spectacular views. – Read more about Los Gigantes

    Siam Park

    Covering 48 acres in Tenerife’s Costa Adeje, Siam Park is a Thailand-themed water park with a great selection of slides and rides. Considered as being one of the best water parks in Europe, Siam Park is both family-friendly and full of fun. – Get skip-the-line tickets here

    Museum of Nature and Man

    Housed in a neoclassical building in the center of Santa Cruz, the Museum of nature and man is dedicated to the development of the island. Most of the exhibits in the Museum are archeological finds predating Spanish colonization.

    Playa del Duque

    For most people visiting Tenerife is all about chilling on the beach and partying at night. If there was anywhere you could pick to do this; it would have to be Playa del Duque on the Costa Adeje. – Read more about Tenerife’s best beaches

    Accommodation in Tenerife

    With Tenerife being a popular holiday destination, there is accommodation available to suit all budgets. Whether you need a bed for the night or a 5-star luxury resort, Tenerife has you covered.

    Most people visiting Tenerife holiday at one of the resorts in the south of the island, but those looking for a more authentic flavor can rent an apartment in Santa Cruz on Airbnb.

    Read: Where to stay in Tenerife

    Budget

    If you are on a budget, you find that most of your money gets spent on a place to stay. In Tenerife, there are plenty of hostels and small hotels that cater to students and those on a shoestring budget.

    A great choice is the Los Amigos hostel close to the airport and beach. Rooms start from $30 a night with breakfast included. – Check hostels here

    Mid-Range

    Many of the beach resorts in the south cater to families with kids clubs and nightly entertainment. Located 700 yards from Troya beach and a pleasant walk from the famous Playa de las Américas Apartmentos Oro Blanco offers fully equipped studios and apartments for up to eight people. Prices start from $65 per night. – Check AirBnBs in Tenerife here

    Luxury

    If you want to feel pampered while on vacation, book a suite at the Bahia del Duque *****, an exclusive resort on the island’s best beach. At the Bahia del Duque, you have the use of five different swimming pools, eight restaurants, and 13 bars and lounges. Prices at the 5-star resort start from $280 per night. – Check reviews here

    Other Accommodation Options:

    As we mentioned earlier, renting an apartment or villa on Airbnb is an excellent option for families, groups of friends, or those just wanting to do their own thing.

    Alternatively, many resorts offer all-inclusive deals that allow you to relax and not worry about the money. – Check Airbnbs in Tenerife

    Do I need a visa to travel to Tenerife?

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    Tenerife is the largest island in the Canary Islands and is a part of Spain. People holding a European Union, United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand passport do not need a visa.

    Some other counties also do not require a visa, but to be sure, check with your nearest Spanish Embassy or Consulate.

    Best time to visit Tenerife

    Because of the Canary Islands’ year-round spring-like weather, there is never the wrong time of year to visit Tenerife.

    Prices in the winter tend to be more expensive so if you want to save some money, visit in May or September after the kids have gone back to school.

    Transportation in Tenerife

    While public transport is widely available in Tenerife and reaches all parts of the island, nothing beats having your own car. Tenerife has lots of things to see and explore, which makes renting a car your best option. – Check car rentals

    Taxis are widely available and easily spotted due to their white color and illuminated sign on the roof. All taxis charge using a meter with additional charges on weekends, holidays, and at night.

    How to get to Tenerife

    Flight: You can fly direct to Tenerife from most airports in Europe. If you are flying from North America or Asia, you will need to change planes in Madrid. – Check flights here

    Train: It is not possible to get to Tenerife by train.

    Car: While it is possible to bring your vehicle to Tenerife from mainland Spain it is quite expensive and not worth the effort. – Check car rentals here

    How to get around in Tenerife

    Car: – Renting a car is the best way to get out and explore Tenerife. A car also allows you to travel at your own pace and see places you would not be able to get to using public transport. – Check car rentals here

    Public Transport:  TITSA is the bus company in Tenerife, operating a modern, bright green bus fleet. You can pay for each journey or by bus pass for 15€ or 25€ and save around 50% on the fare.

    Best Food in Tenerife

    Food in the Canary Islands tends to be simple and rustic, with the islanders having for centuries needed to get buy on what they could grow themselves.

    This doesn’t mean that you will not find some delicious local dishes, though! Besides Canarian food, international restaurants can be found in all the main resorts where you can get everything from a full English breakfast to a Sunday roast.

    Typical food in Tenerife:

    Papas arrugadas

    Perhaps the best-known food in the Canary Islands, papas arrugadas, are small locally grown potatoes boiled in salty water until their skin becomes wrinkled. The potatoes are served with either a red or green sauce called mojo.

    Cherne

    As you would expect, seafood plays a significant role in Canary Island food, with Cherne ( wreckfish) being a firm favorite. A deep water white-fleshy fish Cherne is similar to cod and served grilled on the planche in many ways. It’s also not that expensive, which also adds to its popularity.

    Ropa vieja

    In the Canary Islands, people love their soups with Ropa vieja (old clothes) being a firm favorite. Ropa vieja is made using leftover meat cooked in a stock with local island vegetables and chickpeas.

    Adobo de cerdo

    Marinated in a mixture of paprika, oregano, garlic, salt, and sherry vinegar, Adobo de cerdo is a slow-cooked shoulder of pork that is so tender it falls off the bone.

    Conejo al salmorejo

    Not to be confused with the cold soup found in Andalucia, Conejo al salmorejo is rabbit stew seasoned with cumin, oregano, paprika, thyme, and cooked in wine. If you do not like rabbit, you can order the same dish but with chicken.

    Best Things to do in Tenerife for Outdoor travelers

    With a land area of 2,034.38 square kilometers (785.48 sq mi), Tenerife is the largest of the seven main Canary Islands.

    Lovers of the great outdoors will have no problem finding plenty of things to do while visiting Tenerife.

    Mount Teide National Park

    Home to the highest mountain in Spain, Mount Teide at 3718m (12,198) above sea level, is an active volcano that last erupted in 1909. While most people ride the cable car part the way up, it is possible to climb to the summit if you plan correctly.

    Generally, if you want to climb to the Mount Teide summit, you must first obtain a permit, but if you stay at the refuge below the summit overnight, you can reach the summit early morning and witness the sunrise without the need for a permit, providing you are back at the cable car station before 09:00. – Get tickets here

    Siam Park

    Ideal for families and water lovers, the Thai-themed Siam Water Park on the Costa Adeje is one of Europe’s best water parks. With its many slides, adrenaline-fueled rides, and plenty of food and drink options, Siam Park is a great place to camp out for the day. – Get skip-the-line tickets here

    Masca Village

    Resembling a mini Machu Picchu, the Tenerife village of Masca is one of the highest inhabited places on the island. Once there, you can hike down a beautiful ravine to the sea. The hike should take between three and five hours, depending on how often you stop to take photographs. Adding to the walk is once you reach the bay, you have to take a water taxi back to Los Gigantes.

    Tip: Bring plenty of drinking water and wear proper hiking shoes. – Check hiking tours here

    Kitesurfing

    If you have never been to kitesurfing but always wanted to learn how Médano and Tejita’s beaches have excellent kitesurfing schools. A three-day group course should cost you around 300€ and is well worth it. – Check activities here

    Diving

    Near the town of Tabaiba is the wreck of the El Penon, a tugboat that was deliberately sunk in 2006. The boat now serves as an artificial reef and is easily accessible from the shore. Divers can expect to see plenty of marine life, including schools of mackerel and barracuda. The dive is not for novices as it is at a depth of 30 meters (98 feet). – Check tours here

    Whale and Dolphin watching

    Tenerife’s south coast is an excellent place for whale and dolphin watching with Pilot whales and Bottlenose dolphins swimming in Tenerife’s waters year-round. If you visit the island between November and February, you can spot other whale and dolphin species as they pass by Tenerife on their annual migration. – Check all tours here

    Cueva del Viento

    Created during the eruption of Pico Viejo thousands of years ago, the caves of the winds are a series of 18 kilometers (11 miles) long lava tubes. To explore the cave system, you need to be escorted by a guide who will point out the cave’s main features. – Check hiking tours here

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    The Indispensable Tenerife Travel Guide

    The beautiful island of Tenerife is one of the eight Canary Islands. This Spanish archipelago is situated in the Atlantic Ocean opposite the northwestern coast of Africa. Tenerife is very touristy, attracting more than 6 million visitors a year. Beaches, Mountains and Sun are the 3 main reason why people love it! Therefore, you have probably put Tenerife on your bucket list, and if it’s not there yet – you should definitely add it! To help you prepare your trip to this extraordinary island, have a look at this Tenerife travel guide!

    I am answering all of the most frequent questions you might have about Tenerife: when to go there, how to reach the island, how long you should stay, what are the best things to do, where you should stay and much more! So, grab a cup of coffee (or tea if you are like me) and read everything about Tenerife in this Tenerife Travel Guide!

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    Why to visit Tenerife?

    Tenerife is the most touristy island of the Canary Islands. It has many assets and people love to come here. Let me tell you in this Tenerife travel guide all the reasons why you should visit it!

    First of all, you should visit Tenerife because it offers many beautiful and varied landscapes. Between stunning mountains and magical coastlines, you will be blown away! You will love exploring this island for sure!

    Second of all, you should visit Tenerife because it features the most famous volcano of the Canary island, Mount Teide. This volcano is also the highest point in Spain and the third tallest volcanic structure in the world! It’s the most visited natural wonder in Spain. And the Natural Park surrounding it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

    Thirdly, you should visit Tenerife because it’s a highly picturesque island. It’s a paradise for photographers and it has many Instagrammable places!

    Also, Tenerife is a budget friendly destination. So good news: you can travel here without getting ruined!

    Last but not least, the weather in Tenerife is rather nice all year long!

    So, what are you waiting for to book a trip to Tenerife?!

    When is the best time to visit Tenerife?

    One of the first questions that I should answer in this Tenerife travel guide is when is the best time to visit it. And at the same time, I will give you more info about the weather in Tenerife. Tenerife is one of those blessed sub-tropical places where the climate is pleasant all year long! In this island the sun is shining every day with few rainfalls. The winters are mild, and the summers are hot. Therefore, you can visit Tenerife all year long!

    August is the hottest month of the year is with temperatures between 31 C and 22 C. And February is the coldest month of the year with with temperatures between 22 C and 15 C. January is the driest month is with no rainfall, whereas October is the wettest month (8 mm of rain over 1 day).

    If you want to avoid the crowd and get better deals for your accommodation, it’s better to avoid summer as this is the most touristy period (especially July and August). You can come at any other time of the year! I travelled in Tenerife in January and I had a dry weather and mild pleasant temperatures (around 22 C degrees).  It was perfect!

    How to get to Tenerife?

    Tenerife being an island, the best way to get there is by flight. There are two international airports on the island: Tenerife Norte (or Tenerife North) in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, and Tenerife Sur (or Tenerife South) in Granadilla de Abona.

    Tenerife South–Reina Sofía Airport is the main and busiest international airport on Tenerife. In fact, this part of the island is the most touristy one. It’s located 60 km southwest of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (the capital). Once you are arrived in Tenerife South airport, there are several ways to move around. You can easily hire a car if you want to explore the island on your own. But you can also take a taxi, take a shuttle or the bus (5 different routes are available).

    Tenerife North Airport is located 11 km west of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Once you are arrived in Tenerife North airport, there are several ways to move around. You can hire a car if you want to explore the island on your own. But you can also take a taxi, or the bus (4 different routes are available).

    For your trip to Tenerife, I recommend you simply chose the airport close to your first destination in the island. I flew via Tenerife North airport because I decided to explore the north of the island first. If you need to go to the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife, I recommend you choose Tenerife North as it’s only 11 min by car. But if you are in Tenerife to enjoy the beaches and the resorts you should probably arrive via Tenerife South. In addition, be aware that there is only 64km (around 1h20 by car) of distance between the two airports.

    If you are coming from another islands in the Canary Islands you can also access Tenerife by boat.

    How many days to stay in Tenerife?

    One of the main questions you are probably asking yourself before booking your trip to Tenerife is how many days to stay. Although Tenerife is a small island (only 2 034 km²), there are many things to do here. So, the best recommendation I can give you in this Tenerife travel guide is to stay at least 1 week.

    You can count 3 to 4 days to explore the North of the island and 3 to 4 days to explore the South.

    If you do not have so much time you can skip some places and stay for 4/5 days. This can be an option especially if you want to visit other islands in the Canary Islands.

    On the contrary, if you want to take your time, you can stay for 10 days. I can assure you that you won’t get bored as there are countless of interesting activities and places to see!

    How to move around in Tenerife?

    I highly recommend you rent a car to move around in Tenerife. It will allow you to explore the island at your convenience. There are many interesting places to visit all around the island. Therefore, Tenerife is a great place to do a road trip! And some of the best areas to visit are quite remote, or in the mountains, like Mount Teide or Masca Valley.

    Nevertheless, the island is rather small (2 034 km²). So, you won’t lose too much time in transportation during your trip. Depending on the places you want to explore around the island, you can spend around 45 min/ 1h to drive from one to the other. I would suggest that you organize your road trip from North to South or vice-versa.

    It’s quite easy to rent a car from both airports Tenerife South and Tenerife North. And this is also the most practical.

    If you want to rent a car in Tenerife or on any of the other Canary Islands, I recommend the company Proarentacar. This company offers economical options for car rental in the Canary Islands or in the Balearics. You can use the code “PROA105” to get 5% discount.

    Is Tenerife budget friendly?

    This Tenerife travel guide will make you happy because yes Tenerife is budget friendly!

    In terms of accommodations, you can find a great variety of prices in Tenerife that will match everyone’s need (from budget to luxury). Take a look at the paragraph about the Best Places to stay in Tenerife in this article.

    Then, in terms of food, many restaurants have meals that are around 8 EUR/ 10 USD. The drinks are around 3 EUR/ 4 USD.

    Renting a car was around 100 EUR / 122 USD for 6 days with 2 drivers for a VW Polo. And the fuel was super cheap. On average fuel in Spain costs less than in Europe and in the Canary Islands it is even more economical. It was around 30 EUR/ 37 USD to fill in the tank of the car when I was there in January 2021.

    What are the Best Things to do in Tenerife?

    Tenerife is an amazing island offering a lot of places to see and things to do. Let me give you a list of the best activities in this Tenerife travel guide!

    You can start by hiking in Mount Teide National Park. Mount Teide is the most famous volcano of Tenerife and also the third tallest volcanic structure in the world. The National Park around also worth the visit as it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    If you like hiking you should also have a look at Masca Valley. The unique village of Masca hidden in the Teno Massif is easily one of the most instagrammable places in Tenerife!

    But Tenerife also features beautiful coastlines and beaches. Therefore, if you want to relax at the beach, you should head to Playa de Las Teresitas in the South. It’s the prettiest white sand beach in Tenerife. If you prefer dramatic black sand beaches, then choose Playa de Benijo in the North. You can also swim in one of the numerous charco (natural pools). One of the most scenic ones is named “Charco El Diablo”.

    The giant cliffs of Acantilados de Los Gigantes located in the south west of the island are one of the best places to see in Tenerife!

    Additionally, the cities and towns in Tenerife are charming. The best ones to visit are Puerto de la Cruz, Punta Brava, San Cristobal de la Laguna, Taganana, Garachico and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (the capital).

    One of the last best things to do in Tenerife is to see dolphins and whales in Playa de Las Americas. A great activity for kids and for adults!

    Where to stay in Tenerife?

    The best places to stay in Tenerife depend on your budget and the part of the island you want to explore. In this Tenerife travel guide I will recommend you some hotels for your stay with options from luxury to budget.

    Best places to stay in Tenerife – Luxury Options

    Ritz Carlton Abama on the western coastline of Tenerife is one of the best places to stay in the island! This 5-star hotel is easily recognizable by its flamboyant terracotta color, its scenic staircases and its Moorish inspired style. It’s very photogenic! You can stay in one of the luxurious rooms or villas. There are many different pools, a spa and the largest Ritz Kids in Europe. You can enjoy no less than 9 restaurants and bars in the hotel, 2 of which are Michelin starred!

    Address: Carretera General, TF-47, Km 9, 38687 Guía de Isora.

    Book your stay: Ritz Carlton Abama

    Royal River on the western coastline of Tenerife is also a fantastic option! This brand-new luxury boutique hotel that opened in December 2020 will amaze you! You can stay in one of the numerous stylish villas with private pools. The hotel also features an amazing rooftop infinity pool, a river pool connecting the private pools together, and a spa. There are 4 different restaurants with a beautiful distinctive decoration. All the hotel is instagrammable!

    Address: Calle Alcojora, s/n, 38670 Costa Adeje.

    Book your stay: Royal River Tenerife

    Best places to stay in Tenerife – Mid-Range Options

    Check out Hotel Taburiente if you are around Santa Cruz de Tenerife. This chic boutique hotel is located in the center of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital city, next to the beautiful Parque García Sanabria. You can enjoy the rooftop pool offering views on the park and the Atlantic Ocean. There are also a gym and 2 restaurants inside the hotel.

    Address: Calle Dr. Jose Naveiras, 24, 38001 Santa Cruz de Tenerife

    Book your stay: Hotel Taburiente

    TRH Hotel Taoro Garden is a great hotel option in Puerto de la Cruz. This Adult-Only recommended boutique hotel offers a seasonal heated outdoor pool and every room feature a terrace. You can see Mount Teide from here! There are also a bar and a restaurant.

    Address: Calle Dinamarca, 3, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz.

    Book your stay: TRH Hotel Taoro Garden

    Best places to stay in Tenerife – Budget Options

    Adventure House Tenerife is a small cool hostel the south west of Tenerife. People appreciate it for its friendly staff, its great location and its cleanliness. And it offers a free new adventure activity for its visitors every day, like snorkeling with turtles, cliff jumping or swimming in volcanic rock pools! It’s ideal to explore the south of Tenerife.

    Address: 11 Calle Baja Larga, 38686 Alcalá.

    Book your stay: Adventure House Tenerife.

    Patio hostel is a great hostel option not far from the airport of Tenerife North. This urban hostel is located in a colonial house in the charming town of San Cristobal de La Laguna. It’s ideal to explore the North of Tenerife! People love it also for its friendly staff, its great location and its cleanliness.

    Address: Plaza del Cristo 6, San Cristobal de La Laguna.

    Book your stay: Patio hostel

    Is Tenerife safe?

    As a female traveler I can understand why anyone would wonder if Tenerife is a safe destination. My Tenerife travel guide will reassure you! As a woman wandering in this island with another girl friend, I always felt very safe. I never felt in danger or had the feeling people were about to steal my belongings.

    Nevertheless, you have to take into account that I traveled there in January 2021 during the pandemic. At this time there was a curfew from 11pm to 6am. Therefore, I was not going out late at night. Also, I am always very careful about my belongings. I recommend you do the same and never take any risks wherever the destination you travel to.

    How to get a Phone SIM Card in Tenerife?

    If you want to stay properly connected with the Internet during your trip to Tenerife, you must wonder how to get a SIM Card for your smartphone. So, I thought it would be great to give you my recommendations in this Tenerife travel guide!

    I do not remember having seen a SIM Card shop at the Tenerife North airport but there is apparently a Lycamobile store in Tenerife South airport. Nevertheless don’t freak out: you can buy a SIM Card if any phone shop! You will find those phone shops in all the high streets and shopping malls.

    I got recommended by a local to go to Movistar as it apparently offers the best coverage. I went to a big Al Campo shopping mall near Santa Cruz de Tenerife that I spotted on the way and found an Orange shop. There was also a Movistar shop, but they didn’t have the prepaid SIM card I needed without annual subscription. Therefore, I took the Orange SIM Card “Go Fly” package offering 20GB (+15GB extra for free, a total of 35GB) for 17,64 EUR (21 USD). I think in the end I paid something like 20 EUR. It was a pretty good deal!

    I found the coverage quite good during my trip (except maybe when I was on the road in the mountains like Mount Teide or Masca Valley).

    Orange also had cheaper packages:

    • “Go Run” for 12GB (+15GB extra for free, a total of 27GB) for 13,22 EUR (16 USD)
    • “Go Walk” for 6GB (+10GB extra for free, a total of 16GB) for 8,80 EUR (11 USD)
    • “Navega” for 5GB (+10GB extra for free, a total of 15GB) for 7,91 EUR (10 USD)

    What is it like to travel in Tenerife in the time of Covid 19?

    I traveled in Tenerife during the Covid 19 pandemic in January 2021, so I can talk about my experience in this guide. I recommend you check the measures existing at the time of your trip to see if the below ones are still valid or not. You can find all the hygienic-sanitary measures on the website of Spanish Ministry of Health.

    First of all, to access the Spanish territory and Tenerife at the beginning of 2021 you need to fill in the Health Control Form available on the Spain Travel Health portal from 48 hours before the flight. You will then obtain a QR Code, that you have to show at the control points upon arrival in Spain. I got mine quite quickly in the next hours after filling in the form online. Also be aware that you need to know your flight number and information, so fill in the form only once you have booked your flight.

    Then the second thing you need to access the Spanish territory and Tenerife is a negative PCR Test from less than 72 hours.

    Additionally, your temperature will be taken before boarding your flight and at the airport on arrival.

    During your trip and your stay, please use a mask, maintain physical interpersonal distance of at least 1.5m with other, wash your hands frequently, and cover yourself if coughing or sneezing.

    On top of the measures above you might have to respect a curfew. At the time I was travelling in Tenerife in January 2021, this area was in Tear 2. Therefore, the curfew was between 11pm and 6am. Also gathering was limited to 4 people (not from the same family).

    I can only encourage you to respect all those measures so that we can all enjoy a better life in the future!

    In Conclusion…

    Tenerife is an amazing destination that you will love to discover! I did my best to cover all of the questions you might have before traveling there in this indispensable Tenerife travel guide. If there is anything else that you want to ask, please write your question in the comment or email me! It will be my pleasure to help you!

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    Journey to Tenerife, Canary Islands

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    The trip will give you a meeting with the protected nature of national parks,
    the beauty of rocky mountain landscapes.

    Tenerife is the warmth and sun of a subtropical spring. All year round. Here, snow can only be on top of the Teide volcano – the highest point in Spain. Tenerife allows you to enjoy a beach holiday all year round. Swimming in Tenerife in winter is as pleasant as in summer. An amazing variety of climatic zones both in height and in different locations of the island.

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    Lava caves and eucalyptus groves. The best zoos in the world, and stunning picturesque mountain rainforests. The cleanest sky in the world and the fabulous beauty of the bay with white and black sand beaches. Surfing, yachting, cultural and scientific attractions. The warm hospitality of the inhabitants, local wines, exotic fruits and gourmet cuisine will not leave us indifferent. Rest and pleasure. Paradise relaxation and enjoying the taste of every piece of time.

    The sky over the Canaries is the clearest and cleanest in the world, after Chile. You can consider 83 constellations out of 86! The purity of the sky over Tenerife is protected by special rules and laws.

    Regulate air travel, plant locations, night lighting. The world’s largest mirror telescope is located in the Canary Islands, scientific festivals are held here, and you can only imagine how good it is for photographers.

    Eucalyptic groves

    Anaga Forestry

    Caves and Pyramids Guimara

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    The holiday will start with the first steps on the land of Tenerife. We will move along the picturesque route to our nest, a real Canarian villa. Stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, the island of Gran Canaria, jamon and white wine are already missing us. Lunch and tasting.

    Sightseeing tour to the eucalyptus grove
    After resting, we will move to the eucalyptus grove for relaxation after the flight and a delicious lunch. Indigenous people call this forest a “place of power”, its special energy fills travelers with health and positive. Evening at the villa.

    Trekking in the forest of Anaga
    Light breakfast. In the authentic town of La Esperanza, typical Canarian coffee from a local shaman-bartender. And forward to the wild zone of the island! Locations for every taste, viewing platforms and landscape mountain ranges away from tourists. Relic forest of Anaga. Together we prepare a camping lunch, take a breath and quench our thirst with spring water. Evening villa. Dinner, barbecue, impressions.

    Day 3-4

    Cultural heritage of the Canary Islands
    After enjoying the morning, we drive to La Laguna, the former cultural capital of the Canary Islands. Walk along the cozy and photogenic streets of the town.

    Visit Puerto De La Cruz
    Historical part of Puerto De La Cruz. We can also swim on the black sand beaches. And we can get acquainted with La Orotava, the highest municipality in Spain.

    Trip to the local shop
    Delicious breakfast. We’ll stop by the local shop for carnival hats. We choose according to taste. 2-4 euros. They are very necessary in the caves, because we go without helmets, and it is easy to fill bumps. Don’t forget flashlights, comfortable shoes and fleece.

    Guided tour of Guimara
    The history of the local pyramids is vague, but Thor Heyerdahl himself explored them. And the caves were inhabited by the indigenous people – the Guanches. Their history will become better understood in the town of Candelaria, while enjoying the local delicacy churretos. Dinner will take us home.

    Day 5-6

    The famous beach of Las Terracitas
    A leisurely Mediterranean breakfast. And forward to the capital, to the famous Las Terracitas beach with the white sands of the Sahara.

    Lessons on SUPs
    First lessons on SUP rides, large boards on which you can stand up and control the paddle.

    Walk along the beaches of the Atlantic
    “The Lost World” – remote villages on the edge of the island, near Anaga. landscape viewpoints. Walk along the harsh northern beaches of the Atlantic with black sands. Six-kilometer traverse trekking along the slopes of the rocks above the ocean. Barbecue in the villa.

    Teide Volcano
    Road in the clouds. Stops in the brightest locations. The crater of the caldera, inside which we are waiting for the Martian landscape, and the similarity is amazing to the state of weightlessness. And of course the Teide volcano itself, the highest point in Spain and the Atlantic, will leave an unforgettable impression!

    Day 7-8

    On the waves. Surfing and yachting
    South of the island. Surf course. We put on wetsuits and gopros. Riding with a professional instructor. Fruits will support strength. Debriefing based on photo and video recording of our successes. Heroes – excursion on a yacht with a light snack and a photo session. Enough impressions for the whole journey home. Festive dinner.

    Departure home
    Breakfast and final beaching. Oh, how you don’t want to leave, but it’s time to go to the airport. See you again friends! We are waiting for new Journeys, because they are our second life, and for many – the first!

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    Tenerife is the warmth and sun of a subtropical spring. All year round. Here, snow can only be on top of the Teide volcano – the highest point in Spain. Tenerife allows you to enjoy a beach holiday all year round. Swimming in Tenerife in winter is as pleasant as in summer. An amazing variety of climatic zones both in height and in different locations of the island.

    Kaleidoscope of impressions

    Lava caves and eucalyptus groves. The best zoos in the world, and stunning picturesque mountain rainforests. The cleanest sky in the world and the fabulous beauty of the bay with white and black sand beaches. Surfing, yachting, cultural and scientific attractions. The warm hospitality of the inhabitants, local wines, exotic fruits and gourmet cuisine will not leave us indifferent. Rest and pleasure. Paradise relaxation and enjoying the taste of every piece of time.

    The sky over the Canaries

    The sky over the Canaries is the clearest and cleanest in the world after Chile. You can consider 83 constellations out of 86! The purity of the sky over Tenerife is protected by special rules and laws. They regulate air travel, the location of factories, night lighting. The world’s largest mirror telescope is located in the Canary Islands, scientific festivals are held here, and you can only imagine how good it is for photographers.

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    Teide Volcano National Park – Santiago del Teide

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    La Orotava. From the ship to the ball

    La Orotava – Spain

    Silence, charm of the colonial style and the sounds of a noisy holiday in the streets of La Orotava – the oldest of the cities of the island of Tenerife.

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    Laurels and palms. Landscapes Tenerife

    Tenerife – Spain

    Tenerife struck with a variety of landscapes and landscapes. Plantations of palm trees and banana plantations, steep cliffs, foggy valleys, relict forests, volcanic and sandy beaches, and all this in the background – the blue of the sea waves …

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    Tenerife. An island where bottles are crushed 😉

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife – Spain

    After spending a week in Gran Canaria, we then went to the island of Tenerife. Well, we love the islands, what to do 🙂
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    Tenerife. The capital of the island of Santa Cruz, the failed Teide and the marvelous rocks of Cancer de Garcia

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife – Spain

    Mountains with snow-white caps, tropical forests, deserts, fields of solidified lava, a year-round riot of greenery and flowers – all this about the island of Tenerife.

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    Hotel Lagos de Fañabe Beach Resort

    Lagos de Fañabé Beach Resort – Adeje

    We liked everything, at the time of our stay the hotel was undergoing renovation and bad reviews were formed by people apparently after living in the old fund. The new rooms were great.

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    We prepared for this trip well in advance. We flew by Aeroflot; tickets bought 8 months before the trip. By the way, for all this time there was not a single promotion and the cost of tickets only increased. We chose the hotel for a long time. The choice fell on the hotel of the Barcelo group, located directly opposite the famous cliffs “…

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    Tenerife. New year 2018-2019. Part 1

    Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife – Spain

    I’ll try to describe our trip to Tenerife during the New Year holidays. Suddenly someone will be useful. Adult couple without children (left students at home to take the session:) lazy vacation in apartments on the very shore of the ocean

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    Sailing trip to the Canary Islands – one week sailing training

    Sailing trip to the Canary Islands is the first
    acquaintance with the ocean within Europe. After all, the islands are located
    near Gibraltar and legally belong to Spain. However, this
    a completely independent resort area, one of the most popular in the world.
    This is because the Canary Islands are located not far from Africa, where, at the expense of
    constant northeast winds established a pleasant climate. There is no exhausting heat here, and even in winter the air temperature does not fall below twenty degrees.
    The average annual temperature also looks very attractive – 24
    degrees of heat, warm sea and well-groomed beaches welcome guests of the resort
    all year round.

    The start of our journey this time will take place on one of the largest islands – Tenerife. The island has two airports, North and South. Our starting point is located in the south at the marina (San Miguel or Las Gaetas) – just not far from the south airport. We meet on Saturday in the middle of the day in the marina, we are waiting for an acquaintance with the yacht and planned purchases for our trip, only the bare necessities for breakfasts and light lunches. We will have dinner at local restaurants , which are simply impossible to pass by.

    Early Sunday morning we will start our first crossing to La Gomera. Travel time is about 5 hours, distance is about 25 miles. On the section between Tenerife and La Gomera, we will have the opportunity to see whales and dolphins , this is the most popular point of observation of these animals and the most likely to meet them here. And of course we have a great chance for a successful fishing !

    On La Gomera we will stop at the marina of San Sebastian in this town, as they say, Columbus stopped on the way in search of America. But this is not the only thing this island is famous for. Park on the island of La Gomera – Garajonay, listed UNESCO World Heritage – the largest laurel forest in the world. It covers an area of ​​3984 hectares and is located in the following municipalities: San Sebastian, Valle Gran Rey, Agulo, Alajero, Vallehermoso and Hermigua. The highest point in the park is Alto de Garajonay, 1487 meters above sea level. At 19In 86, the park was declared a World Heritage Site and included in the list of natural sites protected by UNESCO. We are planning to go for a walk along one of the routes of this park.

    The next day, early start and crossing to La Palma – about 50 miles. We have a whole day in the ocean under sail and good chances for fishing. Parking in the marina of Santa Cruz de La Palma.
    La Palma – the greenest of the Canary Islands . For fans of hiking, there are many incredibly beautiful and varied routes, and for lovers of astronomy, all conditions have been created for observing the starry sky.

    In the Caldera de Taburiente National Park, at an altitude of 2400 m above sea level, one of the largest clusters of telescopes in the world is located. The Del Roque de los Muchachos observatory on the island of La Palma, along with the Del Teide observatory (Tenerife), belongs to the Spanish research center The Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC).

    A record indicator of visibility and calmness of the atmosphere is registered here, which is a decisive factor for the founding of observatories. In the 80s of the twentieth century, astronomical scientific institutions of several European countries decided to install telescopes in the Canaries. At 1985, the La Palma observatory was inaugurated by the Spanish royal family and the heads of six European states. The observatory has ideal conditions not only for observations of the night sky, but also for research in the field of solar physics. We will devote the whole next day (Tuesday) to exploring the island, and on Wednesday night we will have an astro picnic.

    Early on Wednesday morning we will go to the island of Tenerife. Another 50 miles in the ocean, wind, sails and fishing – everything you already love.

    In Tenerife we ​​will stop at Los Gigantes marina. The marina is located in a cozy place near giant rocks, next to the Maska gorge (the most beautiful hiking route). The whole next day (Thursday) we will devote to Fr. Tenerife We can climb the Teide volcano (about 3000 m above sea level, Martian landscapes and craters, see Loro Park – one of the best parks in the world with animals and shows or Butterfly Park . As you understand, we will not be able to embrace the immensity , there are a lot of interesting places in Tenerife, but we will try to capture something special for you. 0003

    On Friday we return back to the marina, on the way we will visit Turtle Beach on the southwestern part of the island, we will again look for whales and, of course, fish, the most important thing is to return before 16:00, and until then the whole ocean is in our disposal.

    Visiting the carnival in Tenerife ( For travelers from 06. to 13. February 2021 )

    Carnival in Tenerife is compared by some to the Brazilian one, although the comparison with the carnival in Rio is somewhat naive: it is a world-class tourist attraction. And if you do not compare – very fun and colorful. Many specially come to Tenerife in January-February solely for the sake of attending this event. By the way, carnival in Santa Cruz 1987 was noted in the Guinness Book of Records. In fact, to turn from a spectator into a participant in the carnival, it is enough to buy a simple costume in the nearest store. Or make it yourself.

    The carnival program in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital of Tenerife, is usually extended for a whole month, but all the fun will happen within one week. Just at this time, we will be cruising not far from the epicenter of events, on a sailing yacht.

    This time the start of the trip will be on the island of Gran Canaria in the marina of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. We meet on Saturday in the middle of the day in the marina, we are waiting for an acquaintance with the yacht and planned purchases for our trip, only the essentials for breakfast and small snacks for lunch. We will have dinners in local restaurants, which are simply impossible to pass by. We leave early on Sunday morning and the first crossing will be about 30 miles South to Maspalomas, a place famous for its dunes and beach. Passing by Faro de Maspalomas lighthouse, we will stop at Pasito Blanco marina. Hiking in the dunes, great sunset photos in the sands and dinner on the ocean coast will complete a long day.

    On Monday, we will have a 50 mile crossing to about. Tenerife. On the way we hope to meet whales and dolphins and catch tuna. We spend the night in Las Gaetas marina. The multinational cuisine of the restaurants in the marina will satisfy every taste. We will spend the whole Tuesday exploring the island. We will climb the Teide volcano over 3500 m at sea level , take hundreds of photos in the Martian landscapes.

    But the brightest event awaits us on Wednesday. On this day, according to the carnival schedule, there is a procession and the selection of the carnival queen. So on Wednesday, after a 40 mile crossing to the marina of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, we will literally be from the ship at the ball ! The carnival procession will take place very close. The atmosphere of the carnival, music and dancing is an excellent end to another day of travel.

    On Thursday, our course will be back to about. Gran Canaria, 35 miles of good ocean practice and of course the hope of a fish trophy. We will stop in the tiny fishing village of Agaete, from where we can go to Pica de Las Nieves – the highest point on the island. Gran Canaria . During sunset, the best panoramic shots of the island are from this point. On Friday we return back to the marina, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria a little over 15 miles we will again look for dolphin encounters and finally fish, the most important thing is to be back before 16:00, and until then the whole ocean is at our disposal .

    Information about the region

    The archipelago consists of seven large inhabited islands and several small ones. In the center is the largest island – Tenerife (2057
    km²), Tenerife is the largest and most populous island.
    It also contains the highest point of the archipelago and all of Spain, the Teide volcano (3718 m). To the west are the islands of Gomera (378 km²), Hierro (277 km²) and Palma (708 km²). The island of Gran Canaria is located to the east of Tenerife. This is the third largest island of the archipelago (1532 km²). Further east go Fuerteventura (1659km²) and Lanzarote (795 km²). Of the six small islands, only the island of Graciosa (27 km²) is inhabited. To the east are the islands of Alegranza (10 km²), Montagna Clara (1 km²), Lobos (6 km²), Roque del Oeste and Roque del Este. There are 13 islands in total.

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      Here, as always, spring reigns

      Warm weather all year round. This is the main thing that the Canary Islands guarantee you. In winter, the average temperature is about 20 degrees Celsius, and precipitation is very moderate. This weather is perfect for sightseeing and exploring the amazing nature of volcanic origin.

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      The sun is practically guaranteed for you

      The number of hours of sunshine in the Canary Islands is about 3,000 per year. Therefore, throughout the year you can enjoy long and full of light days here. The sun is shining most of the time, helping you relax and unwind on the beach.

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      Travel light

      Even though your trip is in December, January or February, you won’t need a scarf or a warm coat or jacket. Choose not-so-warm clothing and travel light. By the way, you can afford to forget your swimsuit at home and buy it when you arrive in the Canary Islands, as their beach fashion is very famous.

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      Discovering a unique natural landscape

      A lot of new experiences are waiting for you. In particular, this is an acquaintance with the wild nature of the Garajonay National Park or the island of Gomera. You will be surprised by the Lime forest on the island of Palma, desert landscapes near the sea, for example, the landscape of the natural park of Las Dunas de Corralejo (Fuerteventura) or the famous Maspalomas beach on the island of Gran Canaria. The natural diversity of the Canary Islands is also inspiring. These are territories of volcanic origin, such as the Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote, the highest mountain peak in Spain, Teide (Tenerife, Teide National Park), as well as impressive viewing platforms, for example, on the island of Hierro.

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      Take up your favorite outdoor sport

      Cycling, hiking, windsurfing or scuba diving? The Canary Islands and their warm climate traditionally attract sports enthusiasts from all over the world throughout the year. You too can be one of them. For example, here you will find many hiking trails that are excellently marked, as well as a huge number of roads for cycling. And the best experience? Sports activities will bring you not only pleasure, but also acquaintance with incredible natural landscapes. On the coast you can enjoy water sports, especially windsurfing and scuba diving.

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      Discover what many others don’t.

      Beautiful weather, volcanic landscapes, amazing beaches… But that’s not all. The Canary Islands offer you unforgettable cultural discoveries. In particular, on the island of Tenerife there is a city recognized as part of the World Heritage Site, San Cristobal de La Laguna. On the island of Lanzarote, you can get acquainted with the creative heritage of the famous artist and architect César Manrique. Many island settlements have retained traditional architecture. And in winter, you can take part in the famous local carnivals.

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      Recharge your batteries by celebrating the New Year

      Holidays in the Canary Islands are days of calm and relaxation. The rhythm of life here attracts with its relaxation. The pleasant climate is conducive to leisurely walks, and in addition, you will find an extensive offer of balneological resorts and spa centers. In this sense, Gran Canaria and Tenerife stand out, although such opportunities can be found on any of the islands of the archipelago. At your disposal thalassotherapy, wine therapy or aloetherapy with aloe vera, popular in the Canary Islands (a plant known for its skin care properties).

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    everything about holidays with children in Tenerife on the portal Kidpassage

    Imagine: you have planned a holiday with children in Tenerife and decided to follow the route of travel on the map. You move your finger across the countries of Europe, go around the northwestern coast of Africa and stop at the southern borders of Morocco. Small points in the Atlantic Ocean – this is the most exotic and southernmost Spanish resort, the Canary Islands.

    Tenerife resorts can surprise even the most sophisticated tourist. Eternal spring instead of changing seasons, ocean instead of sea, black sand instead of golden sand – as they say, find 10 differences. To save you from unnecessary work, Kidpassage has already found the main differences of a family holiday in Tenerife: find out when it is warmest here and how to spend time with benefit and pleasure.

    Tenerife on the map of Spain

    Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands. Located in the Atlantic Ocean, 500 km from the northwestern coast of Africa and 1300 km from mainland Spain. The capital of the island is the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife (more often called shortly, Santa Cruz).

    In those latitudes where Tenerife is located, heat is a common occurrence. But this does not apply to the Canary Islands. There are no other seasons in Tenerife other than spring. When Europe is cold in winter, the air temperature in the Canary Islands is +20°C. And instead of the summer heat inherent in the south of Europe, pleasant heat is set on the islands: + 25-27 ° С.

    Holidays with children

    Exotic holiday in Tenerife is an attractive feature, but this is not the only plus of the island.

    In favor of a holiday in Tenerife with children is the fact that the weather here resembles a warm late spring. It’s perfect for those who can’t stand the heat.

    Another advantage of Tenerife for children is the long beach season, which peaks in September-October . True, until autumn the water in the Atlantic Ocean is rather cool, and therefore it is better to relax in the resorts of mainland Spain in the summer.

    And here is another feature of Tenerife that may seem both a plus and a minus. It is boring to relax here with a child, sitting in one place: in order to gain impressions, you need to travel around the island. But if you decide on such sorties, pleasant discoveries await you.

    When it comes to holidays with a baby or a toddler who is too early to go on excursions, it is enough to choose a family hotel and enjoy comfort and tranquility. One of the few drawbacks of the island is its remoteness. Traveling in Tenerife takes at least 7-10 hours.

    When is the best time to go

    There are two answers to the question, when is the best time to go to Tenerife, and both are correct. Timing depends on your goals. The first answer is between June and October . This is the warmest season in Tenerife, when you can sunbathe and swim. At the same time, summer and autumn on the island are not so hot that it was necessary to refuse trips on excursions.

    The opening of the season in Tenerife falls not even in June-August, but in September: only by this time the ocean has time to warm up well.

    Minus this period – a huge number of tourists. You need to take care of booking a hotel room a few months before the trip and be prepared for the fact that there will be no free space on the beaches.

    The second answer is any time. Since there is no cold and bad weather here, you can also climb Mount Teide in winter and visit mountain villages where cave houses are still being built and farming according to the traditions of past centuries. In addition, a large-scale carnival falls on the winter: the fun lasts almost a month and overwhelms all the cities of Tenerife. Children take part in a mini-carnival.

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    Weather and climate

    The scientific classification of Tenerife’s climate is not as eloquent as its poetic description: The Canaries are called the islands of eternal spring. The average air temperature here is +21°C, slightly warmer in summer and autumn, slightly cooler in winter. The area of ​​the island is relatively small, but the climate of the north and south is markedly different.

    The north coast is a little colder and it rains more often. The southern coast is protected by mountains from cold winds and precipitation, so it is warm and sunny there.

    Eternal spring begins to resemble summer in June, when the air temperature rises to +23-24°C. In July-August, the thermometers reach + 25-27 ° C, sometimes it is a little hotter. If you are planning a holiday in Tenerife for the summer , choose June and July because heavy rains happen in August.

    The gentlest sun on the island is in September. At this time, you can spend much more time on the beach than in summer: the air temperature is kept within + 23-25 ​​° C, and the sea is even warmer than in July-August. That’s why September is considered the time for the best holidays in Tenerife with children .

    It is still quite warm in October, but it rains from time to time. Usually the rain does not drag on for several days, but pours violently for an hour or two, to again give way to clear weather.

    From November to May, the island again goes into “spring” mode. The temperature drops from +20°С to +16°С in the winter months, then rises again: in March the air warms up to +17-18°С, in April to +19°С, in May to +20-21°С.

    Rains are rare in winter and spring. This is a good time to relax with a baby in Tenerife, although it is unlikely that you will be able to sunbathe and swim in the sea.

    Warm days at any time of the year give way to rather cool nights. As soon as it gets dark in Tenerife, the air temperature drops to +13-14°С in winter and to +17-20°С in summer. When going on vacation with a child, be sure to take warm clothes, you will need them for evening walks, for excursions in the northern part of the island and for climbing the Teide volcano.

    A characteristic feature of Tenerife’s climate is the occasional “hello from Africa” ​​in the form of dust, sand and rising air temperature. This phenomenon, due to the proximity of the Sahara desert, can cause trouble for tourists. But this happens only a few times a year, lasts 2-4 days and does not always bring discomfort.

    Sea water temperature

    The water temperature in Tenerife changes as little throughout the year as the air temperature. At the same time, unfortunately, most of the time the water remains cold for bathing children – the Canary Current is to blame for this.

    In July-August the water warms up to +22-23°С, and only by September the sea temperature reaches its maximum +24°С. The warm sea can be caught in October: the temperature is +23°C for almost the entire month. The rest of the time the water temperature on the island does not exceed +20°C.

    And here’s what else is important: among all the resorts in Spain, the warmest sea in October is in the Canary Islands . When the beach season is closed almost everywhere, in Tenerife it is still in full swing.

    Power

    Hotels in Tenerife use all food concepts, from breakfast only to all inclusive. If you are going to eat at the hotel, ask about the availability of a children’s or diet menu – this is a common service.

    Still, most tourists prefer to dine in restaurants outside the hotels. In Tenerife, you can find cuisine for every taste, of course, both Spanish and local Canarian.

    Among other things be sure to offer your child Canarian potatoes . A simple potato in a uniform, which was once boiled in sea water, and now – just in very salty, is covered with salt crystals and therefore acquires an inexpressible charm in the eyes of children. There are supermarkets and hypermarkets in all popular resorts. The Spanish chain Mercadona and SuperDino/HiperDino stores, which are found only in the Canary Islands, are mainly represented. The Russian supermarket “Kalinka” operates in Las Americas.

    Fresh vegetables and fruits, fish, cheeses can be bought at farmers’ markets. They work once or twice a week: in Costa Adeja – on Thursdays and Saturdays, in Los Cristianos – on Sundays. The best fish market on the south coast is located in Los Cristianos. A food market opens in Puerto de la Cruz on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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    Transport

    Titsa buses, aka guagua, are the only public transport in Tenerife. There are about 200 routes on the island, so you can get to almost anywhere.

    The most popular routes for tourists are 110 and 111 connecting Las Americas, Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje with Santa Cruz, and 101-104 going to the capital from Puerto de la Cruz.

    The fare depends on the distance. For example, a ticket from Costa Adeje to Los Cristianos will cost 2 euros, from Costa Adeje to Santa Cruz – 9.50 euros. Tickets for children cost the same as for adults.

    If you plan to use transport frequently in Tenerife, it makes sense to buy the Bono-Via card . With it, each trip will be significantly cheaper than when buying single tickets. For example, with Bono-Via, the road from Costa Adeje to Santa Cruz will cost 6.25 euros.

    Note that the Bono-Via card is also valid on the Santa Cruz city tram. One-time tickets can be bought from the driver, but the card can only be bought at bus stations and special outlets . Buses usually run from 5:30-6:00 to 21:30-22:00. The exact timetable, traffic interval, ticket prices and other useful information are available on the carrier’s website.

    Taxis – white cars with a green board showing the fare – can be found at special stations or called by phone. The average fare is about 1 euro for each kilometer of the way, another 2-2.50 must be paid for landing. Renting a car to get around Tenerife is a smart decision: it is easier to get to non-touristic and amazingly beautiful places by car than by bus.

    Country roads are not busy, unlike city roads. Resorts can have problems with traffic and finding parking spaces. There are few free parking lots on the island, they are mostly located near attractions. Paid parking on the streets is marked with a blue line. You can also use underground parking.

    Things to do in Tenerife (Canary Islands)

    If you are looking for things to do in Tenerife, you have come to the right place because there is so much to do on the island.

    Starting from Teide, which is the main attraction of the island, as it is the highest peak in Spain and the third largest volcano in the world, if you count its height from the ocean floor. Teide itself is an amazing spectacle of nature, and even more so with the views that open from its top.

    In addition to the unique natural landscapes around the volcano, Tenerife is worth visiting the black sand beaches, starry skies and colonial cities that seem to be stuck in time.

    We have prepared for you a list of the best things to see in Tenerife to make you fall in love with this island of eternal spring.

    Let’s go!

    CONTENTS

    • Teide National Park – a must-see in Tenerife
      • Daytime cable car ride up the Teide
      • Ascent to the Teide by cable car to watch the most beautiful sunset in Tenerife
      • See the stars from Teide
      • Hiking in Teide National Park
    • Hiking among the rocks of the Roques de Garcia: a creation of volcanoes and wind
    • Visit to the Teide Observatory: astronomical observation in the first row
    • Dragon tree in Icod de los Vinos: one of the unique specimens in the world is located in Tenerife
    • Descend to the Cave of the Wind (Cueva del Viento): go to the center of the Earth right on Tenerife
    • Whale Watching in Adeje: A must in Tenerife
    • Walks in the thousand-year-old forests of the Country Park Anagi
    • Descent along the Maska Gorge: not a route, but a lecture on geology
    • Impressive cliffs of Los Gigantes
    • Punta de Teno: postcard lighthouse in Tenerife
    • Walk through the historic center of San Cristobal de La Laguna
    • Hiking with a waterfall: Hell’s Gorge in Tenerife
    • La Orotava: the charming city of Tenerife
    • Introducing Garachico: the city that survived the volcanic eruption in Tenerife
    • Puerto de la Cruz: a city full of entertainment in Tenerife
    • Santa Cruz de Tenerife – the capital of Tenerife with another full range of entertainment

    Teide National Park – a must-see in Tenerife

    A visit to Teide National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007, is one of the must-sees when traveling in Tenerife.

    Day or evening? Hiking or stargazing?

    It’s better to try everything and get a variety of day or evening experiences, on your own or with an organized tour, that we offer in Volcano Teide. The Teide National Park will never disappoint you!

    Ascent of the Teide by cable car during the day

    One of the main activities in Tenerife is the ascent of the Teide, which, at 3718 meters, is the highest peak in Spain.

    With the cable car, you can comfortably climb up to 3555 meters and follow the free-access trails that start from the top station. Of course, if you want to get to the crater, you will need a permit issued by the Teide National Park.

    For more information, we recommend reading this article on how to climb the Teide peak.

    We advise you to go to put into practice the plan to conquer the summit of Tenerife by public transport; this is how you work with us to counter the congestion in parking lots in the National Park.

    Take the Teide by cable car to watch the most beautiful sunset in Tenerife viewpoint of Pico Viejo.

    Climb up to admire the landscape’s metamorphosis at sunset and the gradation of colors that the sky transforms as night falls.

    Complete your plan with long range stargazing and Starlight guides on the Sunset and Stars tour.

    The shadow of the Teide stretching to the horizon from the top station of the Teide cable car.

    Book now a trip to see the sunset and the stars on Teide

    Stargazing from Teide certified as Destination Starlight

    Definitely, gazing at the stars from Mount Teide is a different experience and a must-do in Tenerife.

    Did you know that 83 of the 88 officially recognized constellations can be seen from the Teide? In addition, the sky above Teide National Park has been recognized as a “Starlight Destination” by the Starlight Foundation in the “Tourist Destination” category.

    This mark of recognition means that in the Teide National Park stargazing meets all the requirements and procedures adopted to protect the sky, its natural and cultural values.

    Hiking in the Teide National Park: nature like you’ve never seen it before

    If you love hiking, the Tenerife hiking trails are a must for you to enjoy nature in its purest form. There are curiosities for every taste, as you can see from the article.

    The trail network of the Teide National Park includes no less than 41 hiking trails in Tenerife, with the most impressive trails starting from the top cable car station:

    • Route to the Pico Viejo viewpoint (with free access), which can be done with a guide by booking a cable car ticket with a guided tour to the Pico Viejo viewpoint.
    • Route to the La Fortaleza viewpoint (with free access), which can be done on your own and with an audio guide, if you book a cable car ticket with an audio guide.
    • Route to the Teide crater or Telesforo Bravo trail, which requires a permit. All the necessary information on how to climb the Teide peak is here.

    Climbers at the Teide crater looking at the horizon during a guided hiking trail.

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    Roques de Garcia Hiking: A creation of volcanoes and wind

    Add the Roques de Garcia Rocks Circular Trail, a site in the Teide National Park, to your must-do itinerary list in Tenerife , full of amazing rocks and accessible to any public.

    Roques de Garcia are rock formations formed from volcanic rocks as a result of many years of wind erosion, which together create a special picture – a moon-like surface on which rocks stand out.

    Among them, the most impressive rock is the Roque de Chinchado. Don’t miss the opportunity to take a photo from the observation deck with this majestic rock in the background.

    A family hiking on the Roques de Garcia rocks in the Teide National Park.

    Visitar el Observatorio del Teide: contemplación astronómica de primer nivel

    The Canary Islands are an undisputed paradise for sky explorers thanks to their superb sky quality, unique weather conditions and unrivaled geographical features.

    Therefore, the two observatories of the Canaries Institute of Astrophysics, the Teide Observatory in Tenerife and the Roque de los Muchachos Observatory in La Palma, are world leaders in astronomical observations.

    The Teide Observatory is also the largest solar observatory in the world.

    A visitor to the Teide Observatory observes the sun with a portable solar telescope.

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    Dragon tree in Icod de los Vinos: one of the unique specimens in the world is located in Tenerife

    The Dragon Tree of Icod de los Vinos or the Millennium Dracaena is one of Tenerife’s most special attractions due to its beauty, history and uniqueness.

    This world’s only specimen of the Dragon Tree in the Canary Islands is located in the Drago Park, located in the city of Icod de los Vinos; hence its name.

    When visiting the park, it is important to personally get to know this huge copy of the Dragon Tree, a symbol of Tenerife’s nature and culture, which is about 800 years old and 18 meters high.

    Explore the park discovering this and other Tenerife endemics, enjoy the view of Mount Teide in the background and ask about the legends surrounding the Millennium Dracaena.

    Dragon tree in Icod de los Vinos in the Drago Park in Tenerife.

    Descent to the Cave of the Wind (Cueva del Viento): travel to the center of the Earth directly in Tenerife

    Travel to the center of the Earth is one of the plans offered in Tenerife thanks to the unusual Cave of the Wind or Cueva del Viento. Why is she unusual? Because it is a volcanic cavity with unusual characteristics that make it a real treasure:

    • It was formed more than 27,000 years ago from the lava of the first phase of the eruption of the Pico Viejo volcano, which is located next to Teide.
    • This is the largest volcanic chimney in Europe and the sixth in the world.
    • Only 18 kilometers have been explored in the cave, and much remains to be discovered.
    • Its network of underground galleries is unique in the world as it consists of three overlapping levels.
    • Up to 92 known species of underground fauna live in it.

    Without a doubt, visiting Cueva del Viento is a unique experience in Tenerife.

    Two visitors in Cueva del Viento marvel at the geological richness of the cave walls.

    Whale watching in Adeje: a must in Tenerife

    Watching whales such as bottlenose dolphins or pilot whales is an activity worthy of the best entertainment list in Tenerife, no doubt.

    The sensation when these beings, so alien to the outside world, emerge from the ocean water is indescribable; to see their swims in search of food, games and movements depending on the time of day and weather … every time everything is different.

    Remember that even if you stay in the south of the island, the beach is not all you have left to relax. You can also easily and very conveniently visit another wonder of Tenerife – Teide. We will pick you up in Costa Adeje and take you to the national park where you can enjoy the Teide Tour with or without the cable car. The choice is yours.

    Whale watching in Costa Adeje in the south of Tenerife.

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    Trekking through the millennial forests of Anagi Country Park

    Take a trip to one of Tenerife’s oldest areas and biosphere reserve since 2015, Anaga Country Park, home to the largest number of endemic species in Europe. In addition, it is a haven for all hikers with its beautiful and amazing ancient forests.

    The best way to enjoy this natural area of ​​mountainous bushes is to walk along its many trails and reach one of the black sand beaches where you can swim.

    The paths of Anaga will take you through the most extensive laurel forests of the island and impress you with various rock formations.

    Rich green nature in Anaga Country Park.

    Descent along the Maska gorge: not a route, but a lecture on geology

    Everything is very simple here. Look at the comparison table for all cable car activities and make your decision.

    One of the best things to do in Tenerife is down the road to the Masca Gorge, a beautiful route that leads to a wild beach between the famous cliffs of Los Gigantes.

    This deep stone canyon has been carved by water over five million years, allowing you to see different horizontal layers and vertical cracks in materials from different eras.

    Take advantage of hiking in this gorge in the middle of the Teno Country Park to reach Maska Farm, a picturesque town that takes its name from the gorge of the same name. Seeing these unique buildings, you understand how much effort and heroism went into their construction in an area with difficult terrain.

    Climbers cross the Masca Gorge in Tenerife.

    Impressive cliffs of Los Gigantes

    Another natural gem of Tenerife are the cliffs of Los Gigantes, whose name is due to their size and impressive nature.

    By land, sea or air Los Gigantes can be enjoyed equally; these huge vertical walls of the dark volcano are up to 600 meters high at some points and are impressive wherever you look.

    A visit to Los Gigantes in the Teno Country Park is an important point during your stay on the island, as is a visit to the Teide National Park. You can easily combine both of these points by booking the Teide Tour with transfer from Los Gigantes.

    A sailboat sailing at the foot of the cliffs of Los Gigantes in Tenerife.

    Book a trip to the Teide from Los Gigantes

    Punta de Teno: postcard lighthouse in Tenerife

    We continue our journey through the Teno Country Park to get closer to one of Tenerife’s lesser known places, making the trip even more magical, — Punta de Teno.

    This natural enclave on the westernmost tip of the island has a postcard lighthouse. Painted in bright red and immaculate white, it features a balcony overlooking the vast ocean, offering spectacular views.

    This nature reserve includes a bay that offers panoramic views of the cliffs of Los Gigantes and the island of La Gomera. Could you have missed this?

    Path leading to the lighthouse of Punta de Teno, on the western tip of Tenerife.

    Walk through the historic center of San Cristobal de La Laguna

    Neighboring Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the former capital of the island, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999 and has hardly changed its colonial style.

    Cradle of Canarian education and aristocracy for centuries, San Cristobal de la Laguna will seduce you with its well-preserved historic center, where you can admire the streets and buildings of the 15th century.

    It’s impossible not to visit the city’s most iconic buildings when walking around:

    • Piazza Adelantado with its most characteristic buildings such as the Nava Palace, the Santa Catalina de Siena convent or the City Council.
    • Baroque Church of the Immaculate Conception with a tower from which you can admire the entire city.
    • Salazar Palace or Bishop’s Palace is one of the most beautiful buildings in Tenerife.
    • Merchant houses such as the Corregidor or the House of the Captains-General that recall the splendor of the past.

    Would you like to spend a very busy day visiting Teide as well? We will help you with this: if you book a Teide Tour, we will meet you in La Laguna and take you directly to the Teide Natural Park.

    Colonial streets of the historic center of San Cristobal de la Laguna, Tenerife.

    Book now a trip to Teide from La Laguna

    Hiking with a waterfall: Hell’s Gorge in Tenerife

    For lovers of mountains there is a special nature reserve – Barranco del Infierno or Hell’s Gorge, located in the heart of Adeje. This is one of the best tours in Tenerife.

    Don’t be afraid of its name, the route is not very difficult. Don’t miss its natural beauty, which has such an important geological value, that’s why the daily entrance is limited to 20 people every half an hour.

    You only need good shoes to walk a little over three kilometers to the final waterfall over 200 meters high!

    La Orotava: the charming city of Tenerife

    La Orotava is undoubtedly one of the most colorful cities in Tenerife: walking along its streets, you breathe in its majestic air and enjoy the very well preserved buildings, thanks to which in 1976 it was declared a historical and artistic monument.

    This municipality is the largest on the island and, in addition to buildings of great historical interest, has beautiful gardens and a calm rhythm that will not leave anyone indifferent.

    If you can, it’s best to visit this city in the days of Corpus Christi, when the balconies are decorated and the road and City Council Square are a carpet of sand and flowers.

    Part of this city is the Teide National Park; No wonder 78% of the park is part of the municipality of La Orotava. If you want to climb Mount Teide during your trip to the north of the island, we will meet you in Puerto de la Cruz to take you on the Teide Tour.

    The square of the City Council of La Orotava in Tenerife, decorated for the Corpus Christi holiday.

    Book now an excursion to Teide from Puerto de la Cruz

    Explore Garachico: the city that survived the volcanic eruption in Tenerife

    Garachico is one of those places in Tenerife that clearly shows the impact of volcanoes on the land and inhabitants of the island .

    The fact is that this beautiful city in the north-east of the island was almost completely destroyed in 1706 by the eruption of the Trevejo volcano, but managed to be reborn with even more charm than before, so to speak.

    Granted the title of City and Port by King Alfonso XIII, Garachico has it all: a special orography with a rock separating the old town from the rest of the municipality, large and small banana farms, expanses of Canary pines and a historic center that borders black beaches. sand.

    Another one of the plans in Tenerife, which is very worthy of attention, is to swim in El Caleton de Garachico – natural pools with an imposing rock facing the coast.

    Panorama of the Garachico Valley in Tenerife at dusk.

    Puerto de la Cruz: a city full of entertainment in Tenerife

    If you like to have fun, Puerto de la Cruz is the place to be, with accommodation, restaurants, bars and terraces to suit every taste. taste, which is one of the reasons why this is one of the favorite holiday destinations for travelers in Tenerife.

    Little remains of the small fishing village that was once Puerto de la Cruz. However, this coastal way of life can still be seen, for example, in its gastronomy. Have you ever tried fried eel? In Puerto de la Cruz, it is very skillfully prepared.

    In addition to its many recreational opportunities, the city offers a wide variety of places to visit, among which the following stand out:

    • The Botanical Garden is a gem created in the 18th century to acclimatize plant species from other parts of the world.
    • Chapel of San Amaro is a charming parish church built in 1591, in radiant white, making it the oldest in Puerto de la Cruz.
    • Viewpoint La Paz from where you can admire the Atlantic Ocean in all its immensity.
    • Surfing at Martianes Beach , which also has a large adjoining area ideal for sitting and looking at the sea.
    • Centennial Boulevard Paseo de Las Palmeras is one of the most visited places in the city by every self-respecting traveler.
    • Puerto de la Cruz Historic Complex to immerse yourself in that maritime atmosphere that we talked about earlier.

    We have transfers from Puerto de la Cruz for the Teide Tour, another point in Tenerife that you cannot miss.

    Paseo de las Palmeras in Puerto de la Cruz.

    Book now an excursion to the Teide from Puerto de la Cruz

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife – the capital of Tenerife with another full range of entertainment

    We end this list of the best places in Tenerife with another great city that many choose as the main city for traveling around the island, the capital of the island is Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

    Located in the northeast, it offers a wide range of Tenerife venues and activities for all audiences, from water sports to a very comprehensive cultural catalog of art exhibitions and concerts.

    Whether you live in the city or not, be sure to visit the Santa Cruz Marine Park, the posthumous work of the famous architect Cesar Manrique: there you will experience a real architectural delight that will leave you speechless. Cruz de Tenerife.

    Book a trip to the Teide from Santa Cruz

    Another architectural creation in Tenerife that deserves attention is the Adana Martin Concert Hall, a stunning work by the architect Santiago Calatrava, located at the very edge of the ocean, which is known to the locals as the Tenerife Concert Hall.

    This picturesque space with avant-garde architecture hosts seasons of the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra and Tenerife Opera, as well as an extensive program of first-class music and dance.

    Speaking of performing arts, if you love the theatre, your Tenerife trip plan should definitely include a visit to the Gimera Theatre, the oldest in the Canary Islands, so the architecture is much more classical.

    We continue to replenish the list of cultural places of the capital by visiting the most diverse of them:

    • TEA or Tenerife Art Space – exhibitions of contemporary art await you here.
    • Museum of Nature and Archeology , where you will take a journey into the past of the indigenous inhabitants of the Canary Islands and enjoy the collection of mummies kept in it.

    Weather on tenerife in april: Average weather April in Tenerife, Spain

    Опубликовано: January 28, 2020 в 10:12 am

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    Категории: April

    Tenerife, Canary Islands – April Weather

    What’s The Weather Like In Tenerife In April

    After a warm March, things get even hotter in Tenerife, Canary Islands in April, when temperatures rise and the chance of rainfall drops.

    How Warm Is Tenerife In April?

    At this time of year, the average temperature for the island is 18°C, created by average highs of 22°C in the middle of the day and average lows of 15°C after dark.

    Which Is Hotter – North Or South Tenerife?

    Temperatures and weather can vary hugely between the north and south of Tenerife. In the north, such as in Puerto de la Cruz, the weather is generally cooler and cloudier than the south, such as in Los Gigantes and Playa de Las Americas.

    Record April Temperatures In Tenerife

    The highest temperature ever registered in Tenerife in April is 36.2°C, which was recorded in April 2008. The lowest recorded is -8.2°C, which was recorded in Izaña in April 1954.

    How Much Does It Rain In Tenerife In April?

    Tenerife is subject to an average of 19mm of rainfall divided between three wet days. The most common types of precipitation for Tenerife in April are drizzle, moderate rain and light rain.

    Sunshine Hours and Sea Temperature In Tenerife In April

    Throughout April, Tenerife boasts an average of seven hours of daily sunshine, Thanks to the island’s year-round warm climate, the average sea temperature for the waters surrounding Tenerife is a pleasant 20°C in April. 

    How Windy Is Tenerife In April?

    Over the course of an average April in Tenerife, common wind speeds vary between 1 m/s (light air) and 10m/s (fresh breeze), rarely going over 14 m/s (strong breeze). The highest average wind speed of 6 m/s happens around April 5th in the south and April 30th in the north, when the average daily maximum wind speed is 10 m/s and 8 m/s, respectively.

    The lowest average wind speed of 5 m/s (gentle breeze) occurs around April 30th in the south and April 1st in the north, when the average daily maximum is 8 m/s and 9 m/s, respectively. The strongest wind ever recorded in Tenerife in April is 45 m/s, which was registered in Izaña in April 19th 2014.

    Tenerife Hotels in April

    Santa Barbara Golf & Ocean Club

    If you’re visiting Tenerife as part of a golfing holiday, consider staying at Santa Barbara Golf & Ocean Club in Golf del Sur. This resort is part timeshare and part ordinary holiday complex, so you can enjoy superb comfort and facilities here for a great price. Located directly on the sea front within a ten-minute walk of San Blas where you’ll find a wealth of bars, restaurants, shops and cafes, this hotel provides accommodation in the form of studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom standard and elite rooms.

    Each guestroom features a full kitchen, complete bathroom, air conditioning, balcony or terrace and satellite TV with DVD player. Onsite dining options include one restaurant with takeaway service, pool bar, bar-lounge, room service, supermarket and weekly all-you-can-eat buffet nights for a set price. Other onsite amenities and services include swimming pools, children’s club, massages, golf club hire and parking.

    Peublo Torviscas

    For something more central, try Pueblo Torviscas in Playa de Las Americas. Ideally situated, just a five-minute walk from Playa La Pinta and Playa de Torviscas, both of which are lined by a plethora of bars, restaurants and shops, this hotel is comprised of studios and one-bedroom apartments which surround the large communal swimming pool. Here each guestroom features a living room with sofa bed, kitchenette with hob, fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle, living room with TV and bathroom with bath and shower.

    Onsite amenities and services include several swimming pools, Jacuzzi, lounge with internet zone, bar, two restaurants which offer international menus, poolside bar which serves drinks and snacks, kids’ club and daily entertainment programme.

    Iberostar Bouganville Playa

    The Iberostar Bouganville Playa is also located in Playa de Las Americas, but is closer to the lively club scene of Las Veronicas and Starco. Situated just steps away from Playa del Bobo, this hotel provides 471 double rooms, five junior suites and five suites. Each guestroom features satellite TV, air conditioning, bathroom with bath and paid WiFi access. Junior and complete suites are larger and offer a separate lounge. 92 prestige rooms are also available these are the best located rooms and come with free minibar, WiFi access, newspapers, coffee, snacks and access to an exclusive sunbathing area, bar and restaurant.

    Within the hotel you’ll find many family-friendly facilities, including three children’s clubs, children’s pool, playground, child care, adult’s pool, exclusive sandy beach, fitness room, beauty salon and paid WiFi access. Onsite dining options include international buffet restaurant, barbecue restaurant, pool bar which serves drinks and snacks, bar room for coffee and drinks, karaoke bar and hall bar which stays open until past midnight. Room only, bed and breakfast, half-board and all-inclusive options are all available.

    Bahia Principe San Felipe

    If you’d rather stay in the north of the island, check out Bahia Principe San Felipe in Puerto de la Cruz. This hotel is close to the Martiánez swimming complex and beach, making it ideal for sun worshippers and water babies. Here you’ll find a choice of 261 standard double rooms and junior suites, many of which come with views of Mount Teide or the sea. Each guestroom offers satellite TV, paid WiFi access and bathroom with bath and hairdryer. Junior suites are larger and come with a separate living room, plus bathroom amenities.

    Onsite dining options include Teide Restaurant which serves an international buffet, Mediterraneo Restaurant which offers Mediterranean cuisine a la carte, Portofino Restaurant which serves Italian cuisine a la carte, one pool bar which serves drinks and American-style snacks and one other bar which serves soft drinks, alcohol and coffee. Other onsite services and facilities include swimming pool with organised pool games, children’s pool, free one-hour WiFi access and spa with massages, facials, therapies, body treatments, hydrotherapy circuit and beauty salon.

    Hotel Rural Finca Salamanca

    The Hotel Rural Finca Salamanca in Güímar is a rural hotel located in a peaceful part of the north east region of the island, surrounded by vineyards and farming land. Here you can choose between 20 standard double rooms, superior double rooms, junior suites, bungalows and superior bungalows. Each unit is decorated simply in a traditional Canarian style and features only the basics, including bathroom, satellite TV and safe.

    Superior rooms are larger and junior suites are larger still and also offer a separate lounge plus views of the farm. Bungalows are totally separate and come with their own private parking, whilst superior bungalows offer a private garden and Jacuzzi. Onsite you’ll find a restaurant which specialises in Canarian cuisine and is set inside an original part of the building, complete with stone walls and wooden beams. Other facilities and services include botanical garden, heated swimming pool, relaxation lounge and barbeque facilities.

    Tenerife Beach for April

    Playa del Durque

    Make the most of the warm April weather by spending a day at Playa del Duque in Costa Adeje. This golden sandy beach has been awarded with Blue Flag status and features sun loungers, shades, showers, toilets, changing rooms and massage services. Along the promenade lining the beach you’ll find loads of bars, cafes and restaurants, although these tend to be a bit pricey so you might want to pop into a supermarket instead or bring your lunch with you.

    The sea is very calm here most of the time, making it ideal for swimming, but conditions can change very rapidly. When rough waves begin, they usually last no more than 15 minutes, after which the calm conditions will ensue again.

    Las Galletas

    Water sport enthusiasts won’t want to miss the chance to visit the pebble beach in Las Galletas. The rocky sea bed here is home to all sorts of small fish and crabs, making this spot ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving. You can take your own equipment with you and explore the sea just off the beach or visit a diving school such as Dive Tenerife and sign up for an excursion in the area.

    The Las Galletas Beach is also used as a harbour by many boats, so if you’re scuba diving or snorkelling on your own, make sure you don’t drift too close to the boats. There are a limited number of sun loungers and parasols provided, and although there are no beach bars onsite, you’ll find many local bars, restaurants, cafes and supermarkets in the centre of Las Galletas.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Bambi Gourmet

    Bambi Gourmetis one of the most highly regarded restaurants in Puerto de La Cruz. This eatery specialises in a fusion of Romanian and Canarian dishes, all of which are made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The menu features 36 starters, soups, salads, fish dishes, pasta, rice courses, meat dishes and children’s dishes.

    Some of the most popular choices include beef entrecote with potatoes and pepper sauce, pork cheek goulash with polenta and cheese, and rabbit in salmorejo sauce with Canarian potatoes. To complement the food, Bambi Gourmet offers a vast selection of local and Spanish wines.

    Beehive

    After your meal at Bambi Gourmet, head to Beehive one of the few British-run bars in Puerto de la Cruz. Here you’ll find a great selection of local and international bottled, canned and draught beers, as well as typical British pub grub, such as homemade pies and full English breakfasts. Many live sporting events are also shown on the large flat-screen TVs throughout the bar which is decorated with a plethora of football memorabilia.

    Miishi Sushi Club

    Sushi fans won’t want to pass up a meal at Miishi Sushi Club in Playa de Las Americas. Boasting beautiful Japanese décor and fantastic sea views, this restaurant offers a huge selection of Japanese seafood and sushi dishes, as well as several vegetarian options. A la carte sushi dishes include niguiri, sashimi and maki, but there are also ten-course set menus, many of which feature sushi specialities.

    If you’re dining with someone who isn’t a fan of sushi, Miishi Sushi Club also offers a teppanyaki and traditional Asian favourites, such as chicken satay, roast duck and beef with mushrooms and bamboo. The drinks menu is made up of a huge selection of spirits, beers, wines and cocktails.

    Harvey’s Bar

    For something more homely, head to Harvey’s Bar in Los Cristianos. This popular British-run bar offers a huge drinks menu, with local and international bottle and draught beers, ciders and wines, plus spirits, cocktails, soft drinks, teas and coffees. A basic pub grub-style food menu is also available, with traditional English breakfasts, burgers, sandwiches, pizza and Sunday roasts served up throughout the daytime and early evening.

    Large flat-screen TVs decorate the bar and are used to show live sporting events and British soaps. But when the sun sets, the TVs are turned off and the live entertainment usually a karaoke host, tribute act or drag queen takes to the stage.

    Things to do in Tenerife in April

    The Masca Valley

    The south west of the island is the part of Tenerife which enjoys the most sunshine. So if you want to catch some rays, visiting this region means you’re almost guaranteed to get some sun. The Masca Valley in Buenavista del Norte is located just north of this sun spot, making it still a top place to visit to bag some sunshine. The main attraction of this small Canarian village is the walk which starts off at the top of a mountain and ends by the sea. The walk takes 6-8 hours to complete one way and is very challenging, so you’ll need decent trainers or walking boots to complete it.

    There are many excursions which transport people from Playa de Las Americas and Los Cristianos to the Masca Valley on an air-conditioned coach. Once there, you can take a look at the tiny museum and enjoy a drink at the cafe before beginning the trek through the valley, led by an experienced guide. When you reach the bottom, you can enjoy a dip in the sea to cool off, before picking up a water taxi and heading back to your resort.

    Botanical Gardens

    Since April falls within spring in Tenerife, this month is when all the flowers are beginning to bloom making it a great month to visit the Botanical Gardens in Puerto de la Cruz. Here you’ll find a huge collection of tropical and sub-tropical plants and trees, with an emphasis on the Moracea, Araceas and Bromeliacea palms, which stand out due many factors, such as their beauty, rarity, size, age or remote place of origin.

    The gardens also feature a herb garden which focuses on Canarian flora, as well as a library which houses more than 30,000 files used to develop research programmes on the vegetation and flora of the Canary Islands. The Botanical gardens are open every day from 9am to 5pm and the herb garden and library is open Monday to Friday 9am to 1pm.

    Tenerife Weather in April – Is It a Good Month for a Visit?


    The day might start cloudy sometimes in April, but it usually changes towards noon

    April can have a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to weather, although it may have more to do with people’s erroneous expectations, than with the actual weather on the island. So what’s the problem then?

    • Weather in Tenerife in April
    • Temperatures in Tenerife in April
    • Sea temperature
    • Rainfall
    • Tenerife South weather in April
    • Los Cristianos & Costa Adeje in April
    • How hot is Tenerife in April?
    • What to do in Tenerife in April
    • Is April a good month to visit Tenerife?

    Weather in Tenerife in April

    April in Tenerife is usually a “transition” month: rain doesn’t happen as often as in the previous months and temperatures tend to go up. Of course, it depends on where you are staying in Tenerife, as the weather can be quite different from coast to coast, so it’s hard to give a general prediction.

    Temperatures in Tenerife in April

    Temperatures in Tenerife in April are similar between towns and resorts in the south. The north is still not as hot, but the weather is picking up there also and the temperatures slowly start to rise. 

    Although you shouldn’t expect extremely high temperatures like in summer, the weather will still be warm enough to sunbathe and get a bit of a tan.

    • Average high temperature: 23.1°C  (73.6°F)
    • Average low temperature: 16°C  (60.8°F)
    • Daily mean temperature: 19.5°C  (67.1°F)

    In Tenerife South, the daily mean temperature is 19.5°C in April, which is calculated as a mean between the average high temperature of 23.1°C and the average low of 16°C. As you can see, the temperatures are only slightly higher than they were in March.

    Record low & record high temperatures

    The highest temperature ever recorded in Tenerife in April (at Tenerife South Airport station) was 35.6°C and the lowest temperature was 12.2°C.

    Sea temperature


    • Average sea temperature in April in Playa de Las Americas: 19.6°C / 67.3°F

    The average sea temperature is still below 20°C, which may be too cold for many people.

    Can you swim in Tenerife in April?

    Yes, but it depends on the beach and each person’s preference in regards to sea temperature. We usually go swimming in the south at Playa Las Vistas, but we’ve also been able to swim at Playa Las Teresitas – but this depends on how the seasons are that year. 

    Rainfall

    Showers

    Yes, there’s the chance of showers in April, but the overall chances of rain in Tenerife have dropped considerably compared to the winter months and even to March.

    And if it’s only a passing shower, chances are that in a few hours you may be blazing sunshine if you’re staying the South.

    Most of the “serious” rain will be happening in the north anyway, so if you book a holiday to the south, chances are you will only get the odd shower mentioned previously. However, days of storms can happen sometimes, and there are days when it’s hard to escape the rain or bad weather. For those days we have a list of suggestions of things to do in Tenerife when it’s raining, so you don’t let this spoil your holiday.

    Clouds

    Yes, April in Tenerife can be a bit of a cloudy month. But don’t be fooled into not wearing sun cream. The sun is still passing through those clouds and you will get tanned (more like burnt) if you don’t wear sun cream.

    How windy is Tenerife?

    Tenerife South weather in April

    The weather in Tenerife South is usually warm enough in April for sunbathing, although the water may still feel too cold to swim in. It’s the Atlantic Ocean after all. 

    Temperatures range in the mid-20s °C during the daytime in the south, so it’s hot enough to sunbathe and spend time on the beach.

    Tenerife is not a tropical island, so it’s wrong to expect a tropical climate when coming here on holiday. But the temperatures in the south are pleasant year-round, and April is typically warmer than the previous months.

    Los Cristianos & Costa Adeje in April

    There are no significant differences between the weather in Los Cristianos and the weather in Costa Adeje in April.

    If you’re debating on which one to choose as a destination, choose based on what you find more interesting, not based on meteorological differences. Weather is difficult to predict nowadays with all the climate changes, plus Tenerife is an island easy to navigate, so it’s easy to travel to most places if you want to do some sightseeing during your holiday.

    If you find the ocean water is too cold for you to swim in, then most hotels have heated pools, plus there’s Siam Park where the water is heated to a comfortable temperature of 24°C all year round.

    How hot is Tenerife in April?

    This is the no. 1 question when we are talking about the weather in general, no matter the month of the year.

    April in Tenerife brings pleasant temperatures usually well above 20°C in the south of the island.

    The temperatures are still far from the summer months when it’s scorching hot. We find that these spring temperatures are pleasant and perfect for enjoying the island.

    25°C is hot enough to sunbathe and to swim, especially in a heated pool. This is usually the temperature felt in the sun, although when we look at weather apps the numbers we see there represent the temperature in the shade, so that is why the numbers are lower.

    At 23 – 25°C you can spend time out all day long at a perfectly warm temperature, without getting too hot. During July or August it’s hard to withstand the midday heat (at least this is the case for us writing this article, as we find it difficult to stay out in the sun when it’s above 27 – 28°C).  

    What to do in Tenerife in April

    Go and see the amazing Los Gigantes cliffs. The picture above is from a beautiful April day in Los Gigantes with a view towards the amazing cliffs.

    Visit Tenerife National Park.

    A cloudy day in Teide National Park in April – sometimes it can be a perfectly sunny weather in Tenerife South and when you go up towards Teide you can encounter this type of weather. It had to do with Tenerife’s micro climates, but we find it’s part of the island’s charm and this place, in particular, looks mysterious in this sort of weather.


    Spend a wonderful day at Siam Park and enjoy all the rides in the park

    Siam Park in Tenerife South – go there on a sunny day to enjoy it fully. The pools are heated and there are lots of attractions for any age.

    Is April a good month to visit Tenerife?


    Visit Tenerife in spring and enjoy the beautiful green landscapes

    As we said, April is a transition month.

    Some of the swallows (temporary residents in Tenerife over the winter period) start to head back home. But in April there are usually more visitors coming over from mainland Spain and the UK for the Semana Santa and Easter. The week or weeks after Easter are a bit quieter in Tenerife, as there’s usually still around a month left until the school holiday begins and families with kids come over.

    Tenerife itinerary: 3 days, 7 days and more

    We find that April is a perfect month to explore Tenerife without being so worried about the weather or about the overwhelming crowds of tourists that start to arrive from mid-June.

    Tenerife Weather in April – Is It a Good Month for a Visit?


    The day might start cloudy sometimes in April, but it usually changes towards noon

    April can have a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to weather, although it may have more to do with people’s erroneous expectations, than with the actual weather on the island. So what’s the problem then?

    • Weather in Tenerife in April
    • Temperatures in Tenerife in April
    • Sea temperature
    • Rainfall
    • Tenerife South weather in April
    • Los Cristianos & Costa Adeje in April
    • How hot is Tenerife in April?
    • What to do in Tenerife in April
    • Is April a good month to visit Tenerife?

    Weather in Tenerife in April

    April in Tenerife is usually a “transition” month: rain doesn’t happen as often as in the previous months and temperatures tend to go up. Of course, it depends on where you are staying in Tenerife, as the weather can be quite different from coast to coast, so it’s hard to give a general prediction.

    Temperatures in Tenerife in April

    Temperatures in Tenerife in April are similar between towns and resorts in the south. The north is still not as hot, but the weather is picking up there also and the temperatures slowly start to rise. 

    Although you shouldn’t expect extremely high temperatures like in summer, the weather will still be warm enough to sunbathe and get a bit of a tan.

    • Average high temperature: 23.1°C  (73.6°F)
    • Average low temperature: 16°C  (60.8°F)
    • Daily mean temperature: 19.5°C  (67.1°F)

    In Tenerife South, the daily mean temperature is 19.5°C in April, which is calculated as a mean between the average high temperature of 23.1°C and the average low of 16°C. As you can see, the temperatures are only slightly higher than they were in March.

    Record low & record high temperatures

    The highest temperature ever recorded in Tenerife in April (at Tenerife South Airport station) was 35.6°C and the lowest temperature was 12.2°C.

    Sea temperature


    • Average sea temperature in April in Playa de Las Americas: 19.6°C / 67.3°F

    The average sea temperature is still below 20°C, which may be too cold for many people.

    Can you swim in Tenerife in April?

    Yes, but it depends on the beach and each person’s preference in regards to sea temperature. We usually go swimming in the south at Playa Las Vistas, but we’ve also been able to swim at Playa Las Teresitas – but this depends on how the seasons are that year. 

    Rainfall

    Showers

    Yes, there’s the chance of showers in April, but the overall chances of rain in Tenerife have dropped considerably compared to the winter months and even to March.

    And if it’s only a passing shower, chances are that in a few hours you may be blazing sunshine if you’re staying the South.

    Most of the “serious” rain will be happening in the north anyway, so if you book a holiday to the south, chances are you will only get the odd shower mentioned previously. However, days of storms can happen sometimes, and there are days when it’s hard to escape the rain or bad weather. For those days we have a list of suggestions of things to do in Tenerife when it’s raining, so you don’t let this spoil your holiday.

    Clouds

    Yes, April in Tenerife can be a bit of a cloudy month. But don’t be fooled into not wearing sun cream. The sun is still passing through those clouds and you will get tanned (more like burnt) if you don’t wear sun cream.

    How windy is Tenerife?

    Tenerife South weather in April

    The weather in Tenerife South is usually warm enough in April for sunbathing, although the water may still feel too cold to swim in. It’s the Atlantic Ocean after all. 

    Temperatures range in the mid-20s °C during the daytime in the south, so it’s hot enough to sunbathe and spend time on the beach.

    Tenerife is not a tropical island, so it’s wrong to expect a tropical climate when coming here on holiday. But the temperatures in the south are pleasant year-round, and April is typically warmer than the previous months.

    Los Cristianos & Costa Adeje in April

    There are no significant differences between the weather in Los Cristianos and the weather in Costa Adeje in April.

    If you’re debating on which one to choose as a destination, choose based on what you find more interesting, not based on meteorological differences. Weather is difficult to predict nowadays with all the climate changes, plus Tenerife is an island easy to navigate, so it’s easy to travel to most places if you want to do some sightseeing during your holiday.

    If you find the ocean water is too cold for you to swim in, then most hotels have heated pools, plus there’s Siam Park where the water is heated to a comfortable temperature of 24°C all year round.

    How hot is Tenerife in April?

    This is the no. 1 question when we are talking about the weather in general, no matter the month of the year.

    April in Tenerife brings pleasant temperatures usually well above 20°C in the south of the island.

    The temperatures are still far from the summer months when it’s scorching hot. We find that these spring temperatures are pleasant and perfect for enjoying the island.

    25°C is hot enough to sunbathe and to swim, especially in a heated pool. This is usually the temperature felt in the sun, although when we look at weather apps the numbers we see there represent the temperature in the shade, so that is why the numbers are lower.

    At 23 – 25°C you can spend time out all day long at a perfectly warm temperature, without getting too hot. During July or August it’s hard to withstand the midday heat (at least this is the case for us writing this article, as we find it difficult to stay out in the sun when it’s above 27 – 28°C).  

    What to do in Tenerife in April

    Go and see the amazing Los Gigantes cliffs. The picture above is from a beautiful April day in Los Gigantes with a view towards the amazing cliffs.

    Visit Tenerife National Park.

    A cloudy day in Teide National Park in April – sometimes it can be a perfectly sunny weather in Tenerife South and when you go up towards Teide you can encounter this type of weather. It had to do with Tenerife’s micro climates, but we find it’s part of the island’s charm and this place, in particular, looks mysterious in this sort of weather.


    Spend a wonderful day at Siam Park and enjoy all the rides in the park

    Siam Park in Tenerife South – go there on a sunny day to enjoy it fully. The pools are heated and there are lots of attractions for any age.

    Is April a good month to visit Tenerife?


    Visit Tenerife in spring and enjoy the beautiful green landscapes

    As we said, April is a transition month.

    Some of the swallows (temporary residents in Tenerife over the winter period) start to head back home. But in April there are usually more visitors coming over from mainland Spain and the UK for the Semana Santa and Easter. The week or weeks after Easter are a bit quieter in Tenerife, as there’s usually still around a month left until the school holiday begins and families with kids come over.

    Tenerife itinerary: 3 days, 7 days and more

    We find that April is a perfect month to explore Tenerife without being so worried about the weather or about the overwhelming crowds of tourists that start to arrive from mid-June.

    Tenerife Weather in April – Is It a Good Month for a Visit?


    The day might start cloudy sometimes in April, but it usually changes towards noon

    April can have a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to weather, although it may have more to do with people’s erroneous expectations, than with the actual weather on the island. So what’s the problem then?

    • Weather in Tenerife in April
    • Temperatures in Tenerife in April
    • Sea temperature
    • Rainfall
    • Tenerife South weather in April
    • Los Cristianos & Costa Adeje in April
    • How hot is Tenerife in April?
    • What to do in Tenerife in April
    • Is April a good month to visit Tenerife?

    Weather in Tenerife in April

    April in Tenerife is usually a “transition” month: rain doesn’t happen as often as in the previous months and temperatures tend to go up. Of course, it depends on where you are staying in Tenerife, as the weather can be quite different from coast to coast, so it’s hard to give a general prediction.

    Temperatures in Tenerife in April

    Temperatures in Tenerife in April are similar between towns and resorts in the south. The north is still not as hot, but the weather is picking up there also and the temperatures slowly start to rise. 

    Although you shouldn’t expect extremely high temperatures like in summer, the weather will still be warm enough to sunbathe and get a bit of a tan.

    • Average high temperature: 23.1°C  (73.6°F)
    • Average low temperature: 16°C  (60.8°F)
    • Daily mean temperature: 19.5°C  (67.1°F)

    In Tenerife South, the daily mean temperature is 19.5°C in April, which is calculated as a mean between the average high temperature of 23.1°C and the average low of 16°C. As you can see, the temperatures are only slightly higher than they were in March.

    Record low & record high temperatures

    The highest temperature ever recorded in Tenerife in April (at Tenerife South Airport station) was 35.6°C and the lowest temperature was 12.2°C.

    Sea temperature


    • Average sea temperature in April in Playa de Las Americas: 19.6°C / 67.3°F

    The average sea temperature is still below 20°C, which may be too cold for many people.

    Can you swim in Tenerife in April?

    Yes, but it depends on the beach and each person’s preference in regards to sea temperature. We usually go swimming in the south at Playa Las Vistas, but we’ve also been able to swim at Playa Las Teresitas – but this depends on how the seasons are that year. 

    Rainfall

    Showers

    Yes, there’s the chance of showers in April, but the overall chances of rain in Tenerife have dropped considerably compared to the winter months and even to March.

    And if it’s only a passing shower, chances are that in a few hours you may be blazing sunshine if you’re staying the South.

    Most of the “serious” rain will be happening in the north anyway, so if you book a holiday to the south, chances are you will only get the odd shower mentioned previously. However, days of storms can happen sometimes, and there are days when it’s hard to escape the rain or bad weather. For those days we have a list of suggestions of things to do in Tenerife when it’s raining, so you don’t let this spoil your holiday.

    Clouds

    Yes, April in Tenerife can be a bit of a cloudy month. But don’t be fooled into not wearing sun cream. The sun is still passing through those clouds and you will get tanned (more like burnt) if you don’t wear sun cream.

    How windy is Tenerife?

    Tenerife South weather in April

    The weather in Tenerife South is usually warm enough in April for sunbathing, although the water may still feel too cold to swim in. It’s the Atlantic Ocean after all. 

    Temperatures range in the mid-20s °C during the daytime in the south, so it’s hot enough to sunbathe and spend time on the beach.

    Tenerife is not a tropical island, so it’s wrong to expect a tropical climate when coming here on holiday. But the temperatures in the south are pleasant year-round, and April is typically warmer than the previous months.

    Los Cristianos & Costa Adeje in April

    There are no significant differences between the weather in Los Cristianos and the weather in Costa Adeje in April.

    If you’re debating on which one to choose as a destination, choose based on what you find more interesting, not based on meteorological differences. Weather is difficult to predict nowadays with all the climate changes, plus Tenerife is an island easy to navigate, so it’s easy to travel to most places if you want to do some sightseeing during your holiday.

    If you find the ocean water is too cold for you to swim in, then most hotels have heated pools, plus there’s Siam Park where the water is heated to a comfortable temperature of 24°C all year round.

    How hot is Tenerife in April?

    This is the no. 1 question when we are talking about the weather in general, no matter the month of the year.

    April in Tenerife brings pleasant temperatures usually well above 20°C in the south of the island.

    The temperatures are still far from the summer months when it’s scorching hot. We find that these spring temperatures are pleasant and perfect for enjoying the island.

    25°C is hot enough to sunbathe and to swim, especially in a heated pool. This is usually the temperature felt in the sun, although when we look at weather apps the numbers we see there represent the temperature in the shade, so that is why the numbers are lower.

    At 23 – 25°C you can spend time out all day long at a perfectly warm temperature, without getting too hot. During July or August it’s hard to withstand the midday heat (at least this is the case for us writing this article, as we find it difficult to stay out in the sun when it’s above 27 – 28°C).  

    What to do in Tenerife in April

    Go and see the amazing Los Gigantes cliffs. The picture above is from a beautiful April day in Los Gigantes with a view towards the amazing cliffs.

    Visit Tenerife National Park.

    A cloudy day in Teide National Park in April – sometimes it can be a perfectly sunny weather in Tenerife South and when you go up towards Teide you can encounter this type of weather. It had to do with Tenerife’s micro climates, but we find it’s part of the island’s charm and this place, in particular, looks mysterious in this sort of weather.


    Spend a wonderful day at Siam Park and enjoy all the rides in the park

    Siam Park in Tenerife South – go there on a sunny day to enjoy it fully. The pools are heated and there are lots of attractions for any age.

    Is April a good month to visit Tenerife?


    Visit Tenerife in spring and enjoy the beautiful green landscapes

    As we said, April is a transition month.

    Some of the swallows (temporary residents in Tenerife over the winter period) start to head back home. But in April there are usually more visitors coming over from mainland Spain and the UK for the Semana Santa and Easter. The week or weeks after Easter are a bit quieter in Tenerife, as there’s usually still around a month left until the school holiday begins and families with kids come over.

    Tenerife itinerary: 3 days, 7 days and more

    We find that April is a perfect month to explore Tenerife without being so worried about the weather or about the overwhelming crowds of tourists that start to arrive from mid-June.

    Tenerife Weather in April – Is It a Good Month for a Visit?


    The day might start cloudy sometimes in April, but it usually changes towards noon

    April can have a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to weather, although it may have more to do with people’s erroneous expectations, than with the actual weather on the island. So what’s the problem then?

    • Weather in Tenerife in April
    • Temperatures in Tenerife in April
    • Sea temperature
    • Rainfall
    • Tenerife South weather in April
    • Los Cristianos & Costa Adeje in April
    • How hot is Tenerife in April?
    • What to do in Tenerife in April
    • Is April a good month to visit Tenerife?

    Weather in Tenerife in April

    April in Tenerife is usually a “transition” month: rain doesn’t happen as often as in the previous months and temperatures tend to go up. Of course, it depends on where you are staying in Tenerife, as the weather can be quite different from coast to coast, so it’s hard to give a general prediction.

    Temperatures in Tenerife in April

    Temperatures in Tenerife in April are similar between towns and resorts in the south. The north is still not as hot, but the weather is picking up there also and the temperatures slowly start to rise. 

    Although you shouldn’t expect extremely high temperatures like in summer, the weather will still be warm enough to sunbathe and get a bit of a tan.

    • Average high temperature: 23.1°C  (73.6°F)
    • Average low temperature: 16°C  (60.8°F)
    • Daily mean temperature: 19.5°C  (67.1°F)

    In Tenerife South, the daily mean temperature is 19.5°C in April, which is calculated as a mean between the average high temperature of 23.1°C and the average low of 16°C. As you can see, the temperatures are only slightly higher than they were in March.

    Record low & record high temperatures

    The highest temperature ever recorded in Tenerife in April (at Tenerife South Airport station) was 35.6°C and the lowest temperature was 12.2°C.

    Sea temperature


    • Average sea temperature in April in Playa de Las Americas: 19.6°C / 67.3°F

    The average sea temperature is still below 20°C, which may be too cold for many people.

    Can you swim in Tenerife in April?

    Yes, but it depends on the beach and each person’s preference in regards to sea temperature. We usually go swimming in the south at Playa Las Vistas, but we’ve also been able to swim at Playa Las Teresitas – but this depends on how the seasons are that year. 

    Rainfall

    Showers

    Yes, there’s the chance of showers in April, but the overall chances of rain in Tenerife have dropped considerably compared to the winter months and even to March.

    And if it’s only a passing shower, chances are that in a few hours you may be blazing sunshine if you’re staying the South.

    Most of the “serious” rain will be happening in the north anyway, so if you book a holiday to the south, chances are you will only get the odd shower mentioned previously. However, days of storms can happen sometimes, and there are days when it’s hard to escape the rain or bad weather. For those days we have a list of suggestions of things to do in Tenerife when it’s raining, so you don’t let this spoil your holiday.

    Clouds

    Yes, April in Tenerife can be a bit of a cloudy month. But don’t be fooled into not wearing sun cream. The sun is still passing through those clouds and you will get tanned (more like burnt) if you don’t wear sun cream.

    How windy is Tenerife?

    Tenerife South weather in April

    The weather in Tenerife South is usually warm enough in April for sunbathing, although the water may still feel too cold to swim in. It’s the Atlantic Ocean after all. 

    Temperatures range in the mid-20s °C during the daytime in the south, so it’s hot enough to sunbathe and spend time on the beach.

    Tenerife is not a tropical island, so it’s wrong to expect a tropical climate when coming here on holiday. But the temperatures in the south are pleasant year-round, and April is typically warmer than the previous months.

    Los Cristianos & Costa Adeje in April

    There are no significant differences between the weather in Los Cristianos and the weather in Costa Adeje in April.

    If you’re debating on which one to choose as a destination, choose based on what you find more interesting, not based on meteorological differences. Weather is difficult to predict nowadays with all the climate changes, plus Tenerife is an island easy to navigate, so it’s easy to travel to most places if you want to do some sightseeing during your holiday.

    If you find the ocean water is too cold for you to swim in, then most hotels have heated pools, plus there’s Siam Park where the water is heated to a comfortable temperature of 24°C all year round.

    How hot is Tenerife in April?

    This is the no. 1 question when we are talking about the weather in general, no matter the month of the year.

    April in Tenerife brings pleasant temperatures usually well above 20°C in the south of the island.

    The temperatures are still far from the summer months when it’s scorching hot. We find that these spring temperatures are pleasant and perfect for enjoying the island.

    25°C is hot enough to sunbathe and to swim, especially in a heated pool. This is usually the temperature felt in the sun, although when we look at weather apps the numbers we see there represent the temperature in the shade, so that is why the numbers are lower.

    At 23 – 25°C you can spend time out all day long at a perfectly warm temperature, without getting too hot. During July or August it’s hard to withstand the midday heat (at least this is the case for us writing this article, as we find it difficult to stay out in the sun when it’s above 27 – 28°C).  

    What to do in Tenerife in April

    Go and see the amazing Los Gigantes cliffs. The picture above is from a beautiful April day in Los Gigantes with a view towards the amazing cliffs.

    Visit Tenerife National Park.

    A cloudy day in Teide National Park in April – sometimes it can be a perfectly sunny weather in Tenerife South and when you go up towards Teide you can encounter this type of weather. It had to do with Tenerife’s micro climates, but we find it’s part of the island’s charm and this place, in particular, looks mysterious in this sort of weather.


    Spend a wonderful day at Siam Park and enjoy all the rides in the park

    Siam Park in Tenerife South – go there on a sunny day to enjoy it fully. The pools are heated and there are lots of attractions for any age.

    Is April a good month to visit Tenerife?


    Visit Tenerife in spring and enjoy the beautiful green landscapes

    As we said, April is a transition month.

    Some of the swallows (temporary residents in Tenerife over the winter period) start to head back home. But in April there are usually more visitors coming over from mainland Spain and the UK for the Semana Santa and Easter. The week or weeks after Easter are a bit quieter in Tenerife, as there’s usually still around a month left until the school holiday begins and families with kids come over.

    Tenerife itinerary: 3 days, 7 days and more

    We find that April is a perfect month to explore Tenerife without being so worried about the weather or about the overwhelming crowds of tourists that start to arrive from mid-June.

    Tenerife April Weather, Average Temperature (Spain)

    Daily high temperatures are around 73°F, rarely falling below 69°F or exceeding 78°F.

    Daily low temperatures are around 62°F, rarely falling below 58°F or exceeding 65°F.

    For reference, on August 20, the hottest day of the year, temperatures in Tenerife typically range from 71°F to 83°F, while on February 8, the coldest day of the year, they range from 60°F to 71°F.

    Average High and Low Temperature in April in TenerifeApr11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303056°F56°F58°F58°F60°F60°F62°F62°F64°F64°F66°F66°F68°F68°F70°F70°F72°F72°F74°F74°F76°F76°F78°F78°F80°F80°FMarMayApr 173°FApr 173°F61°F61°FApr 3073°FApr 3073°F62°F62°FApr 1173°FApr 1173°F61°F61°FApr 2173°FApr 2173°F62°F62°F

    The daily average high (red line) and low (blue line) temperature, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted lines are the corresponding average perceived temperatures.

    The figure below shows you a compact characterization of the hourly average temperatures for the quarter of the year centered on April. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the color is the average temperature for that hour and day.

    Average Hourly Temperature in April in Tenerife

    Average Hourly Temperature in April in TenerifeApr11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM2 AM2 AM4 AM4 AM6 AM6 AM8 AM8 AM10 AM10 AM12 PM12 PM2 PM2 PM4 PM4 PM6 PM6 PM8 PM8 PM10 PM10 PM12 AM12 AMMarMaycoolcoolcomfortable

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    freezing
    32°F
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    45°F
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    55°F
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    65°F
    comfortable
    75°F
    warm
    85°F
    hot
    95°F
    sweltering

    The average hourly temperature, color coded into bands. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

    © Esri, et al.

    Compare Tenerife to another city:

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    The month of April in Tenerife experiences essentially constant cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy remaining about 24% throughout the month.

    The clearest day of the month is April 8, with clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy conditions 77% of the time.

    For reference, on November 16, the cloudiest day of the year, the chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 38%, while on July 19, the clearest day of the year, the chance of clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy skies is 98%.

    Cloud Cover Categories in April in Tenerife

    Cloud Cover Categories in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%MarMayApr 177%Apr 177%Apr 3075%Apr 3075%Apr 1176%Apr 1176%Apr 2175%Apr 2175%clearmostly clearpartly cloudyovercastmostly cloudy

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    The percentage of time spent in each cloud cover band, categorized by the percentage of the sky covered by clouds.

    A wet day is one with at least 0.04 inches of liquid or liquid-equivalent precipitation. In Tenerife, the chance of a wet day over the course of April is gradually decreasing, starting the month at 5% and ending it at 3%.

    For reference, the year’s highest daily chance of a wet day is 11% on December 30, and its lowest chance is -0% on June 22.

    Probability of Precipitation in April in Tenerife

    Probability of Precipitation in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%0%1%1%2%2%3%3%4%4%5%5%6%6%7%7%8%8%9%9%10%10%MarMayApr 15%Apr 15%Apr 303%Apr 303%Apr 115%Apr 115%Apr 214%Apr 214%rain

    The percentage of days in which various types of precipitation are observed, excluding trace quantities: rain alone, snow alone, and mixed (both rain and snow fell in the same day).

    Rainfall

    To show variation within the month and not just the monthly total, we show the rainfall accumulated over a sliding 31-day period centered around each day.

    The average sliding 31-day rainfall during April in Tenerife is essentially constant, remaining about 0.2 inches throughout, and rarely exceeding 0.8 inches.

    Average Monthly Rainfall in April in Tenerife

    Average Monthly Rainfall in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300.0 in0.0 in0.2 in0.2 in0.4 in0.4 in0.6 in0.6 in0.8 in0.8 in1.0 in1.0 in1.2 in1.2 inMarMayApr 10.3 inApr 10.3 inApr 300.1 inApr 300.1 inApr 110.2 inApr 110.2 inApr 210.2 inApr 210.2 in

    The average rainfall (solid line) accumulated over the course of a sliding 31-day period centered on the day in question, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted line is the corresponding average snowfall.

    Over the course of April in Tenerife, the length of the day is increasing. From the start to the end of the month, the length of the day increases by 46 minutes, implying an average daily increase of 1 minute, 35 seconds, and weekly increase of 11 minutes, 7 seconds.

    The shortest day of the month is April 1, with 12 hours, 28 minutes of daylight and the longest day is April 30, with 13 hours, 14 minutes of daylight.

    Hours of Daylight and Twilight in April in Tenerife

    Hours of Daylight and Twilight in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 hr24 hr4 hr20 hr8 hr16 hr12 hr12 hr16 hr8 hr20 hr4 hr24 hr0 hrMarMaynightnightdaydayApr 112 hr, 28 minApr 112 hr, 28 minApr 3013 hr, 14 minApr 3013 hr, 14 min

    The number of hours during which the Sun is visible (black line). From bottom (most yellow) to top (most gray), the color bands indicate: full daylight, twilight (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and full night.

    The latest sunrise of the month in Tenerife is 7:56 AM on April 1 and the earliest sunrise is 30 minutes earlier at 7:26 AM on April 30.

    The earliest sunset is 8:23 PM on April 1 and the latest sunset is 16 minutes later at 8:40 PM on April 30.

    Daylight saving time is observed in Tenerife during 2022, but it neither starts nor ends during April, so the entire month is in daylight saving time.

    For reference, on June 21, the longest day of the year, the Sun rises at 7:09 AM and sets 13 hours, 57 minutes later, at 9:06 PM, while on December 21, the shortest day of the year, it rises at 7:53 AM and sets 10 hours, 21 minutes later, at 6:14 PM.

    Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight and Daylight Saving Time in April in Tenerife

    Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight and Daylight Saving Time in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930302 AM4 AM6 AM8 AM10 AM12 PM2 PM4 PM6 PM8 PM10 PM12 AM2 AMMarMay7:26 AM7:26 AMApr 308:40 PMApr 308:40 PM7:56 AM7:56 AMApr 18:23 PMApr 18:23 PM7:39 AM7:39 AMApr 168:32 PMApr 168:32 PMSolarMidnightSolarMidnightSolarNoonSunriseSunset

    The solar day over the course of April. From bottom to top, the black lines are the previous solar midnight, sunrise, solar noon, sunset, and the next solar midnight. The day, twilights (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and night are indicated by the color bands from yellow to gray.

    The figure below presents a compact representation of the sun’s elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon) and azimuth (its compass bearing) for every hour of every day in the reporting period. The horizontal axis is the day of the year and the vertical axis is the hour of the day. For a given day and hour of that day, the background color indicates the azimuth of the sun at that moment. The black isolines are contours of constant solar elevation.

    Solar Elevation and Azimuth in April in Tenerife

    Solar Elevation and Azimuth in April in TenerifeApr11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM2 AM2 AM4 AM4 AM6 AM6 AM8 AM8 AM10 AM10 AM12 PM12 PM2 PM2 PM4 PM4 PM6 PM6 PM8 PM8 PM10 PM10 PM12 AM12 AMMarMay00101020202030304040505050606070800001010202030303040405050606070

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    Solar elevation and azimuth over the course of April 2022. The black lines are lines of constant solar elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon, in degrees). The background color fills indicate the azimuth (the compass bearing) of the sun. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries of the cardinal compass points indicate the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

    The figure below presents a compact representation of key lunar data for April 2022. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the colored areas indicate when the moon is above the horizon. The vertical gray bars (new Moons) and blue bars (full Moons) indicate key Moon phases. The label associated with each bar indicates the date and time that the phase is obtained, and the companion time labels indicate the rise and set times of the Moon for the nearest time interval in which the moon is above the horizon.

    Moon Rise, Set & Phases in April in Tenerife

    Moon Rise, Set & Phases in April in TenerifeApr11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM4 AM4 AM8 AM8 AM12 PM12 PM4 PM4 PM8 PM8 PM12 AM12 AMMarMayMar 25:35 PMMar 25:35 PMMar 187:18 AMMar 187:18 AMApr 17:25 AMApr 17:25 AMApr 167:56 PMApr 167:56 PMApr 309:29 PMApr 309:29 PMMay 165:15 AMMay 165:15 AMMay 3012:31 PMMay 3012:31 PM7:35 AM7:35 AM7:04 PM7:04 PM6:40 PM6:40 PM7:31 AM7:31 AM8:13 AM8:13 AM8:49 PM8:49 PM8:28 PM8:28 PM8:09 AM8:09 AM7:15 AM7:15 AM8:33 PM8:33 PM8:20 PM8:20 PM7:22 AM7:22 AM7:00 AM7:00 AM9:16 PM9:16 PM

    The time in which the moon is above the horizon (light blue area), with new moons (dark gray lines) and full moons (blue lines) indicated. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

    Apr 2022 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Meridian Passing Distance
    1 0% 8:13 AM E 8:49 PM W 2:29 PM S 240,699 mi
    2 2% 8:44 AM E 9:46 PM WNW 3:13 PM S 243,209 mi
    3 6% 9:15 AM ENE 10:43 PM WNW 3:57 PM S 245,667 mi
    4 11% 9:49 AM ENE 11:40 PM WNW 4:42 PM S 247,887 mi
    5 18% 10:25 AM ENE 5:29 PM S 249,677 mi
    6 27% 12:37 AM WNW 11:06 AM ENE 6:17 PM S 250,864 mi
    7 36% 1:32 AM WNW 11:50 AM ENE 7:07 PM S 251,306 mi
    8 45% 2:26 AM WNW 12:40 PM ENE 7:58 PM S 250,917 mi
    9 50% 3:16 AM WNW 1:33 PM ENE 8:49 PM S 249,678 mi
    10 65% 4:01 AM WNW 2:29 PM ENE 9:38 PM S 247,642 mi
    11 74% 4:43 AM WNW 3:27 PM ENE 10:26 PM S 244,937 mi
    12 83% 5:21 AM WNW 4:25 PM ENE 11:13 PM S 241,757 mi
    13 90% 5:55 AM WNW 5:24 PM ENE 11:58 PM S 238,347 mi
    14 93% 6:28 AM W 6:24 PM E
    15 96% 7:01 AM W 7:25 PM E 12:44 AM S 234,986 mi
    16 100% 7:34 AM W 8:28 PM E 1:30 AM S 231,956 mi
    17 100% 8:09 AM WSW 9:34 PM ESE 2:19 AM S 229,507 mi
    18 98% 8:48 AM WSW 10:42 PM ESE 3:11 AM S 227,820 mi
    19 93% 9:32 AM WSW 11:52 PM ESE 4:07 AM S 226,986 mi
    20 85% 10:23 AM WSW 5:08 AM S 226,995 mi
    21 75% 1:01 AM ESE 11:22 AM WSW 6:11 AM S 227,748 mi
    22 64% 2:06 AM ESE 12:26 PM WSW 7:16 AM S 229,087 mi
    23 50% 3:03 AM ESE 1:32 PM WSW 8:18 AM S 230,835 mi
    24 41% 3:52 AM ESE 2:39 PM WSW 9:16 AM S 232,833 mi
    25 30% 4:34 AM ESE 3:43 PM WSW 10:08 AM S 234,962 mi
    26 20% 5:11 AM ESE 4:44 PM W 10:57 AM S 237,146 mi
    27 12% 5:43 AM E 5:43 PM W 11:42 AM S 239,344 mi
    28 6% 6:14 AM E 6:40 PM W 12:26 PM S 241,534 mi
    29 2% 6:44 AM E 7:36 PM W 1:09 PM S 243,691 mi
    30 0% 7:15 AM ENE 8:33 PM WNW 1:52 PM S 245,772 mi

    We base the humidity comfort level on the dew point, as it determines whether perspiration will evaporate from the skin, thereby cooling the body. Lower dew points feel drier and higher dew points feel more humid. Unlike temperature, which typically varies significantly between night and day, dew point tends to change more slowly, so while the temperature may drop at night, a muggy day is typically followed by a muggy night.

    The chance that a given day will be muggy in Tenerife is essentially constant during April, remaining around 0% throughout.

    For reference, on August 31, the muggiest day of the year, there are muggy conditions 45% of the time, while on January 14, the least muggy day of the year, there are muggy conditions 0% of the time.

    Humidity Comfort Levels in April in Tenerife

    Humidity Comfort Levels in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%0%10%10%20%20%30%30%40%40%50%50%60%60%70%70%80%80%90%90%100%100%MarMayApr 110%Apr 110%Apr 10%Apr 10%Apr 300%Apr 300%Apr 210%Apr 210%humidhumidcomfortablecomfortabledrydrymuggymuggy

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    oppressive
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    The percentage of time spent at various humidity comfort levels, categorized by dew point.

    This section discusses the wide-area hourly average wind vector (speed and direction) at 10 meters above the ground. The wind experienced at any given location is highly dependent on local topography and other factors, and instantaneous wind speed and direction vary more widely than hourly averages.

    The average hourly wind speed in Tenerife is gradually decreasing during April, decreasing from 12.9 miles per hour to 12.3 miles per hour over the course of the month.

    For reference, on July 17, the windiest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 15.8 miles per hour, while on October 7, the calmest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 10.4 miles per hour.

    Average Wind Speed in April in Tenerife

    Average Wind Speed in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 mph0 mph5 mph5 mph20 mph20 mph25 mph25 mph30 mph30 mphMarMayApr 112. 9 mphApr 112.9 mphApr 3012.3 mphApr 3012.3 mphApr 1612.8 mphApr 1612.8 mph

    The average of mean hourly wind speeds (dark gray line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

    The hourly average wind direction in Tenerife throughout April is predominantly from the north, with a peak proportion of 79% on April 30.

    Wind Direction in April in Tenerife

    Wind Direction in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%20%80%40%60%60%40%80%20%100%0%MarMaynorthwesteast

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    The percentage of hours in which the mean wind direction is from each of the four cardinal wind directions, excluding hours in which the mean wind speed is less than 1.0 mph. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries are the percentage of hours spent in the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

    Tenerife is located near a large body of water (e.g., ocean, sea, or large lake). This section reports on the wide-area average surface temperature of that water.

    The average surface water temperature in Tenerife is essentially constant during April, remaining around 67°F throughout.

    Average Water Temperature in April in Tenerife

    Average Water Temperature in April in TenerifeApr11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303064°F64°F65°F65°F66°F66°F67°F67°F68°F68°F69°F69°F70°F70°F71°F71°FMarMayApr 166°FApr 166°FApr 3067°FApr 3067°FApr 1167°FApr 1167°FApr 2167°FApr 2167°F

    The daily average water temperature (purple line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

    Definitions of the growing season vary throughout the world, but for the purposes of this report, we define it as the longest continuous period of non-freezing temperatures (≥ 32°F) in the year (the calendar year in the Northern Hemisphere, or from July 1 until June 30 in the Southern Hemisphere).

    Temperatures in Tenerife are sufficiently warm year round that it is not entirely meaningful to discuss the growing season in these terms. We nevertheless include the chart below as an illustration of the distribution of temperatures experienced throughout the year.

    Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in April in Tenerife

    Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%MarMay100%Apr 16100%Apr 16coolcomfortablewarm

    frigid
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    freezing
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    45°F
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    warm
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    hot
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    sweltering

    The percentage of time spent in various temperature bands. The black line is the percentage chance that a given day is within the growing season.

    Growing degree days are a measure of yearly heat accumulation used to predict plant and animal development, and defined as the integral of warmth above a base temperature, discarding any excess above a maximum temperature. In this report, we use a base of 50°F and a cap of 86°F.

    The average accumulated growing degree days in Tenerife are rapidly increasing during April, increasing by 495°F, from 1,391°F to 1,886°F, over the course of the month.

    Growing Degree Days in April in Tenerife

    Growing Degree Days in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930301,300°F1,300°F1,400°F1,400°F1,500°F1,500°F1,600°F1,600°F1,700°F1,700°F1,800°F1,800°F1,900°F1,900°F2,000°F2,000°FMarMayApr 11,391°FApr 11,391°FApr 301,886°FApr 301,886°FApr 111,558°FApr 111,558°FApr 211,728°FApr 211,728°F

    The average growing degree days accumulated over the course of April, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

    This section discusses the total daily incident shortwave solar energy reaching the surface of the ground over a wide area, taking full account of seasonal variations in the length of the day, the elevation of the Sun above the horizon, and absorption by clouds and other atmospheric constituents. Shortwave radiation includes visible light and ultraviolet radiation.

    The average daily incident shortwave solar energy in Tenerife is gradually increasing during April, rising by 0.8 kWh, from 6.7 kWh to 7.5 kWh, over the course of the month.

    Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in April in Tenerife

    Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in April in TenerifeApr1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 kWh0 kWh2 kWh2 kWh3 kWh3 kWh4 kWh4 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh6 kWh6 kWh7 kWh7 kWh8 kWh8 kWh9 kWh9 kWhMarMayApr 16.7 kWhApr 16.7 kWhApr 307.5 kWhApr 307. 5 kWhApr 167.2 kWhApr 167.2 kWh

    The average daily shortwave solar energy reaching the ground per square meter (orange line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

    For the purposes of this report, the geographical coordinates of Tenerife are 28.330 deg latitude, -16.510 deg longitude, and 0 ft elevation.

    The topography within 2 miles of Tenerife is essentially flat, with a maximum elevation change of 0 feet and an average elevation above sea level of 0 feet. Within 10 miles is also essentially flat (0 feet). Within 50 miles is also essentially flat (0 feet).

    The area within 2 miles of Tenerife is covered by trees (60%) and shrubs (40%), within 10 miles by trees (29%) and shrubs (28%), and within 50 miles by water (88%).

    This report illustrates the typical weather in Tenerife, based on a statistical analysis of historical hourly weather reports and model reconstructions from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 2016.

    The details of the data sources used for this report can be found on the Tenerife South Airport page.

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    Tenerife

    Provincia de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

    © Esri, et al.

    What to expect from the weather on the island of Tenerife in April

    One of the wonderful Spanish resorts – the island of Tenerife, washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, welcomes tourists from all over the world all year round. And if the vacation turned out to be in the middle of spring, then you should not put off the rest indefinitely! The weather in Tenerife in April is truly spring. The Sahara desert has its effect on the climate of the island. Freshness, combined with warm warm air – this weather is typical for this island in April.

    The average daytime air temperature in Tenerife in April ranges from +20 °С to +22 °С. However, this month there is sometimes a significant warming of the air up to +26 °C. At night, the air temperature, both in the south and in the north of the Spanish island, drops to + 20- + 18 ° С. In the last days of April, the air practically does not cool down at night. Often the thermometer shows + 23- + 24 ° С.

    The water in the Atlantic Ocean at the beginning of the month warms up to +18-+19 °С, at the end it reaches +20-+21 °С. But still, only hardened people decide to plunge into the water, others prefer to swim in heated pools. Thus, the weather in Tenerife in April is consistently warm, conducive to a varied and good rest.

    Partly cloudy, cloudy, overcast…

    Despite the warm weather, most of the month remains cloudy and overcast. It can rain 2-3 times a month, and then not for long. If you are going to relax here, you should not take umbrellas with you, because precipitation falls mainly at night, and there are no puddles left after them. The weather in April will appeal to almost all tourists. In addition to a beach holiday, this month you can visit local attractions, go fishing on the Atlantic Ocean and celebrate the brightest Easter holiday of the year according to local traditions. Even warmer in late spring! You can read about the weather in Tenerife in May in a feature article on our website.

    Finally

    For more detailed information about the weather in Tenerife in April, you can refer to the table below.

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    Weather in Tenerife in April 2023, water temperature in Tenerife

    Check the weather for April before planning your holiday in Tenerife.
    Average weather data includes daytime highs and nighttime lows in temperature, rainfall, hours of sunshine, and water temperature data.

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    The maximum day temperature in Tenerife is 21.2000 °C, the minimum night temperature is 13.4000 °C. The amount of precipitation in April is usually not more than 15 mm, and the number of hours of sunshine is not less than 10.

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    Monthly weather in Tenerife

    Average temperature: 19 ° C
    Average temperature during the day: 21 ° C
    Average temperature at night: 17 ° C
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    Rainfall in mm: 15 mm
    Number of rainy days in the month: 17

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    Tenerife in April 2023 – holidays and weather in Tenerife, Spain

    Easter holidays are a great occasion to take a break from work and go on a trip. If you do not have a weakness for the exotic, but would not refuse to spend your holidays on the islands, then Tenerife is what you need. Tour-Calendar will tell you about what is interesting about this resort in April.

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    In April, Tenerife is especially beautiful, this is the beginning of the high tourist season, although the ocean is cool, but there are already many more swimmers

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    Weather in Tenerife in April

    April in Tenerife is like a hymn to a great holiday. This is one of the most amazing months of the year. Unstable climatic conditions are a thing of the past, and spring has confidently come into its own. The air is clean and fresh. Nature renews colors and dazzles with its crazy beauty. This month, she will surprise you with a riot of lush greenery and bright flower carpets. Moreover, the most lush vegetation is observed in the northern regions, which are more prone to precipitation. Although, it should be noted that in the middle of spring they are infrequent here too – from 5 to 7 days. In the southern resorts, their number is significantly less and comes down to only 3-4 days. This is where an umbrella really comes in handy. As it gets drier, the average daily air temperature rises – about +22 ° C, but in the southern resorts the thermometer sometimes approaches +25 ° C. During the day, everyone wears summer clothes. Skirts, sundresses, T-shirts, shorts, slates are the standard contents of a vacationer’s wardrobe. Oh, and don’t forget the hat. Despite the mildness of the local weather, the sun is already palpably hot. The duration of his radiance increased to 8 hours a day. For the same reason, sunglasses and sunscreen are essential. Upon arrival, you will notice that the recommendations for each boat trip or cruise include the need for these things. Do not neglect this advice if you do not want to get burned.

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    As for the evenings, they are slightly warmer than winter ones, but still require more “solid” clothing, such as a light jacket or a woolen cardigan. The average of the absolute minimums is +15 °C. The only exception is Puerto de la Cruz with +14 °C. Another distinctive nuance of this period of time is the absence of gusty winds and a low chance of the Kalima sandstorm, the danger of which is great in March. So the weather is characterized by an enviable stability, especially attracting people of elegant age and those who suffer from cardiovascular diseases. Nevertheless, it will not be superfluous to know that the territory of the island has deep internal climatic differences. And they concern not only the two “polar” regions, north and south, but also the central mountainous regions. This information is relevant for travelers who are going to climb Mount Teide. In April it is quite cold there, so it is better to dress according to the principle of “layering”. If it gets hot downstairs, you can always take off your jacket or sweater. At the very top, it will most likely be windy. Be sure to bring hats for children.

    What is interesting in Tenerife in April?

    The most popular question regarding the April trip to Tenerife concerns a beach holiday. It is impossible to answer this question unequivocally, since everyone interprets the concept of comfort in their own way. The air has already warmed up enough, but at the same time the water remains invigorating. Units are dipped. Children mostly sit on the beach. Rural walks are very good at this time, during which you can admire the picturesque landscapes and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere. This is very useful, since the high tourist season is approaching, and at the same time, the bustle on the main tourist routes is increasing. April is the season for blue marlin, avid fishermen will not be able to resist taking a rod in their hands. Do not forget about the attractions, the island has something to surprise its guests with. Also, historical tournaments and various shows cannot be ignored. Their visit will greatly diversify your leisure time.

    Beach holidays

    The beaches of Tenerife are its pride. And here they are like a selection: rocky, pebbly, with dark volcanic, snow-white, golden sand, or even with sand brought from the Sahara itself. In general, choose what you want. In April, the density of human bodies on the coast increases, everyone is looking for their piece of free space under the sun. The activity of the latter is gaining momentum. A beautiful chocolate tan is no longer a dream, but a reality. Most importantly, do not forget to apply sunscreen to your skin. Everything would be fine, but the most important component, bathing, unfortunately, is not there yet. The temperature of the water does not allow you to swim at your leisure. For most, it seems icy, meteorologists record +19°C And only people from the northern regions dare to experience its refreshing power.

    The island is famous for its endless opportunities for a boring pastime on the coast. In this regard, surfers and divers are a separate category of holidaymakers. For them, the temperature of the water does not play a decisive role, since wetsuits perfectly retain heat. The flora and fauna of the Atlantic Ocean is bright and many-sided. Why are there only volcanic formations in the form of underwater stairs, caves, grottoes and arches. It is believed that the best diving sites are located near the southern cape, in the area of ​​Las Galletas. Perhaps we will not be mistaken if we call the generally recognized diving Mecca – “Chuchos”, where it is most likely to meet stingrays and turtles. No less spectacular scuba diving and “Huesi” “Mountain”, “Champinones”, “Montania Amorill” and “Cueva de Palm Mar”.

    For “wave catchers” who want to harness the elements, we recommend the miniature resort of El Medano with year-round waves. On El Cabezo, athletes mainly hone their skills, because a very strong wind blows there.

    Entertainment and excursions

    In recent years, rural tourism on the island has been developing more and more. And for good reason. Tenerife is not covered by urbanization, there is no harmful production and heavy industry. Moreover, this resort in Spain is one of the most environmentally friendly on earth.

    For you to understand, the luminaries of science have called its climate the most favorable for people of all ages. So why not merge with the harmony of nature, escaping civilization for a while? Canarian villages are a special romance, unique flavor and originality. Don’t worry about amenities. As a rule, all rented houses are equipped with everything you need. Among other things, you will most likely have a brazier and a fireplace at your disposal. Evenings are still quite cold, so the presence of the latter will be very useful. Rural food deserves special mention. It is here, in simple taverns, and not in the restaurants of tourist areas, that real Canarian cuisine is served. The locals are engaged in winemaking, fishing and raising livestock. Therefore, you can be sure of the naturalness and freshness of all ingredients. For seafood lovers, there is a direct road to the fishing village of Tahao. Rabbit meat is excellently prepared in the northern mountainous regions. Of course, while on vacation, you will want to take several trips on excursions. There are so many of them that trying to cover everything at once is a disastrous idea. The bulk of the tours are somehow connected with nature and wildlife. Here is a hit parade of the most spectacular natural corners: the village of Masca with the gorge of the same name (be sure to make a descent along it), sheer cliffs in Los Gigantes (catamarans depart from here to watch dolphins and whales), the charming wild beach of Benijo in the vicinity of the city of San Andres, Park dragon tree in Icod de los Vinos, humid subtropical forests of the northeastern slope of Teide, and, of course, the volcano itself with its peak. All these places are scattered throughout the island, and it takes up to half a day, or even more, if not in a hurry, to explore each of them. But at the same time, the size of Tenerife is small, and you can drive around it by car in just 4 hours. Sightseeing trips are exciting, but very tiring. Sometimes it pays to take a break. However, this is not a reason to stay in a hotel room, unless, of course, you are 90 years old We will not talk about disco bars, nightclubs and restaurants, they are available in almost every hotel and in every tourist center. But let’s say a word about the knightly show. This theatrical performance recreates medieval stadiums.

    An excellent “thing” for a family “view” (this action takes place in the castle of San Miguel in Aldeia Blanca). The ticket price includes dinner with wine. But, as practice shows, one glass is not enough, so no one is embarrassed to bring their own alcohol with them.

    Holidays and festivals

    If Easter falls in April, then you have every chance to witness the magnificent celebrations taking place on the island for a whole week. In big cities and large settlements, religious processions and religious processions are held on Palm Sunday. And in small villages – on Good Friday. This day is marked by processions with huge statues of Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary and many saints. Easter Day is accompanied by orchestra performances and theatrical performances.

    What are the prices for holidays in Tenerife in April?

    The cost of April tours is quite variable. The highest prices are during Easter time. For the rest of the time, profitable last-minute offers appear. If you do not have a Schengen visa, you will have to purchase a ticket in advance. In general, it is more expensive in April than in winter or early spring.

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    In April, Tenerife welcomes its guests with warm sunny weather. However, it’s too early to swim. This month has more of a sightseeing focus. Tour-Calendar wishes its readers a great holiday.

    Weather in Tenerife in April 2022-2021 🌊 and water temperature at “365 Celsius”

    According to our rating system, which is confirmed by the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, the weather is good in Tenerife in April, this month’s rating is 4.0 out of five.

    Temperature in Tenerife in April

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    Average temperature during the day: +20.8°C
    Average temperature at night: +16. 5°C
    Sea water temperature: +19.4°C
    Number of sunny days: 21 days
    Rainy days:
    Rainfall:
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    Monthly weather comparison in Tenerife
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    Should I go on vacation in April?

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    The climate is unfavorable, there are few tourists. According to our data, the weather in Tenerife in April and the water temperature is good. At this time, the cold sea has an average temperature of +19.4°C. There is practically no rain, about 2 days per month, 12. 6 mm of precipitation falls. Sunny weather lasts at least 21 days. According to the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, it is worth going on vacation to Tenerife in April.

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    • Tenerife weather in March:
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      air +18.8°C , sea: +18.5°C,
      rain 0 days
    • Tenerife weather in May:
      rating 4.2 (out of 5),
      air +23.8°C , sea: +20.1°C,
      rain 0 days

    

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    • 9, 2020, 2021: the maximum air temperature reaches +23. 2°C, the minimum recorded values ​​are +18.4°C. At night the temperature in Tenerife in April drops to +18.2°C…+14.8°C. On average, the difference between day and night is 4.3°C. What is the weather forecast in Tenerife at the end of April and the beginning of the month indicated on the chart, in Spain almost everywhere the situation is similar.

      

      Water temperature in Tenerife in April

      Weather forecast and sea water temperature in Tenerife in April ranges from +18.5°C to +20.3°C. At its lows, it can be considered not comfortable for swimming adults and children. In the previous month, the sea is colder by about 0.9°C Next month the water is 0.7°C warmer. In April, according to tourists in Tenerife, the climate is not very suitable for recreation, also due to the uncomfortable temperature of the water in the sea almost anywhere in Spain.

      

      Rating, rainy days and precipitation in April and other months.

      The rating in a period of five months fluctuates from 3.7 to 4.5 points. The number of rainy days in April is 2, and it ranks 1st for this indicator for the year. Precipitation is 12.6 mm, this is the 7th place among all months. At the same time, in the previous period, 0.3 mm less rainfall, in the next month, 7.1 mm less. The weather in Tenerife in April in the first and second half of the month is shown in the summary table for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 years.

      Wind speed

      The average speed in April is 4.8 m/s with maximum wind gusts up to 6.7 m/s.

      Climate summary

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      1 +20. 2°C +18.8°C
      2 +18.4°C +18.5°C
      3 +19.2°C +18.8°C
      4 +19. 3°C +19.0°C
      5 +21.1°C +18.9°C
      6 +20.8°C +18.8°C
      7 +23. 2°C +18.8°C
      8 +22.2°C +19.5°C
      9 +21.6°C +19.3°C
      10 +21. 4°C +19.5°C
      11 +21.4°C +19.3°C
      12 +20.8°C +19.1°C
      13 +22. 2°C +19.5°C
      14 +21.3°C +19.7°C
      15 +21.3°C +19.8°C
      16 +21. 7°C +19.4°C
      17 +21.6°C +19.7°C
      18 +21.2°C +19.9°C
      19 +21. 2°C +20.1°C
      20 +20.9°C +19.7°C
      21 +21.2°C +20.0°C
      22 +19. 4°C +19.9°C
      23 +20.7°C +20.3°C
      24 +20.6°C +20.2°C
      25 +20. 7°C +20.0°C
      26 +22.4°C +19.9°C
      27 +22.3°C +19.7°C
      28 +22. 3°C +19.8°C
      29 +22.9°C +20.0°C
      30 +21.8°C +19.5°C

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      • Tarragona weather in April
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      weather and temperature in Tenerife in April (season 2022)

      Tenerife is the warmest Spanish resort located in the Atlantic Ocean in the Canaries. In its open spaces, the weather is pleasant all year round, and the temperature of the air and water allows you to spend your entire vacation on the coast. The weather in Tenerife in April will pamper vacationers with pleasant indicators.

      Content:

      • How is the weather in April in Tenerife?
      • Air and water temperature
      • Weather conditions in Gran Canaria
      • Spring holidays
      • How to dress?
      • Which fruits ripen?
      • Where is the best place to relax?
      • What to do this month?
      • Beach holiday – is it possible to swim?
      • Excursions and entertainment
      • Holidays and festivals

      What is the weather like in Tenerife in April?

      It’s not for nothing that Tenerife is considered a great place to relax in April. This month, fabulous weather is observed on the coast – the air gradually begins to warm up to slightly higher temperatures.

      Air and water temperature

      With the advent of April, Tenerife really sets in spring weather . During the day, tourists are pleased with clear skies and high temperatures. Already at the beginning of the month, the temperature rises to +20°C throughout the island, and up to +22°C in some resorts.

      The warmest conditions are observed on the southern coast – in the daytime the air warms up to +25 degrees.

      It should be noted that in early April, after sunset, the air cools down to +17 degrees , but by the end of the month the difference between day and night temperatures is almost imperceptible. Often after sunset, the thermometer drops by only 2-4 degrees. The wind during this period almost does not interfere with rest – compared to the previous month, its gusts are not so noticeable.

      A little cooler and windy on the north coast – daytime temperatures do not exceed +20°C. But the skies continue to be clear, allowing tourists to combine oceanfront walks, shopping and sightseeing. The average temperature of air and water in the sea in April allows you to be outside without worrying about weather conditions.

      To determine the time to visit the island, read our article about the weather in Tenerife by months.

      At resorts in Tenerife, the temperature indicators in April are as follows:

      • La Orotava – during the day – + 21 ° C, at night – + 17 ° C;
      • Candelaria – +20°C during the day, +17°C at night;
      • Granadilla de Abona – +21°C during the day, +17°C at night;
      • Icod de los Vinos – +21°C during the day, +17°C at night;
      • Santa Cruz de la Palma – +18°C during the day, +17°C at night;
      • Playa de Las Americas – during the day – +23°C, at night – +18°C;
      • Costa Adeje – during the day – + 22 ° C, at night – + 18 ° C.

      The average water temperature in the ocean in early April is +18°C, but by the end of the month it warms up to +20°C.

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      Weather conditions in Gran Canaria

      No less pleasant conditions for recreation are observed on the neighboring island – Gran Canaria (Canary Islands). During this period, the number of sunny and clear days reaches 28, and only 3 rainy days.

      And even though the daytime temperature of +22°C may not seem so hot, it is still quite easy to get sunburnt.

      At night the air temperature drops to +18°C. It is quite comfortable for those who prefer walking and relaxing in the dark. The water temperature in early April warms up to +20°C, at the end – up to +22 degrees. The holiday season will open only in May, so it is not recommended to get into the water.

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      Spring holidays

      Tenerife is beautiful in April – everything around blooms and blooms, and the abundance of various recreational opportunities makes the rest as interesting as possible.

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      How to dress?

      The high temperatures that are observed in the resorts of Tenerife in April make it possible for tourists to limit themselves to light summer clothes and open shoes. If the trip is planned for the beginning of the month, then you should take with you things that will not allow you to freeze in the evenings. At the end of April, a hat will come in handy, saving from the scorching rays of the sun.

      The absence of the opportunity to swim in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean does not negate the fact that you can take swimsuit with you on vacation. Many hotels offer guests indoor swimming pools filled with sea or running water.

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      Which fruits ripen?

      In local hotels, cafes and restaurants, as a rule, fruits are imported, so to enjoy fruits grown on farms, it is better to go to markets . It is better to visit market sites in the morning to catch the widest possible selection.

      A fairly large part of the island is covered by banana and grape plantations , so there is never a shortage of these fruits. The same plantations grow avocados, mangoes and papaya.

      In April you can already enjoy strawberries and nispero , which looks like a regular plum, only yellow.

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      Where is the best place to relax?

      To make the most of your holiday in April, you should choose the southern resorts of Tenerife, such as Playa de Las Americas .

      This part of the coast is created for an unforgettable vacation – on its territory there is a large selection of a wide variety of hotels, from budget options to luxury luxury.

      In addition, there are many shops and cafes nearby, as well as iconic sights of the resort.

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      What to do this month?

      Thanks to the beautiful weather – sunny days and the absence of heat, tourists enjoy walks along the coast and the beach, as well as many other opportunities that are available during this period.

      At the beginning of spring, the weather in Tenerife does not differ much from April. Read here what are the weather conditions on the island in March.

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      Beach holidays – is it possible to swim?

      The entire coast of Tenerife is luxurious beaches covered with golden or black volcanic sand. Walking along them is an exceptional pleasure, and the opportunity to get a tan while sunbathing is quite real.

      If the choice fell on Playa de Las Americas, then the absence of water procedures can be replaced with for exciting boat trips on yachts or catamarans, deep sea fishing, extreme jet skiing, as well as relaxation in water parks.

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      Excursions and entertainment

      For many tourists, Tenerife resembles a tourist country in miniature. The island has everything for a rich and educational holiday. During the daytime excursions to natural attractions are available :

      1. Teide Volcano ;
      2. Sheer cliffs in Los Gigantes ;
      3. Laurel forests ;
      4. Loro Park .

      If you are interested in architectural monuments, you can go to the ancient city of the pyramids Guimar , located in the south of Tenerife, or visit La Orotava, the city that the Spaniards founded here.

      In addition, golf, diving, go-karting, fishing and surfing are available on the island in April, as well as nightly entertainment such as casinos, discos and nightclubs.

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      Holidays and festivals

      The main holiday in April in Tenerife, which is celebrated by all of Spain, is Easter . Local residents prepare for this important event in advance, and on the day of its celebration, religious processions are organized all over the island.

      See what the weather is like in Tenerife in April in this video:

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      Average weather in canaries in march: Canary Islands Weather in March

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      Canaries March Weather, Average Temperature (St. Lucia)

      Daily high temperatures are around 83°F, rarely falling below 81°F or exceeding 86°F.

      Daily low temperatures are around 76°F, rarely falling below 74°F or exceeding 78°F.

      For reference, on September 11, the hottest day of the year, temperatures in Canaries typically range from 79°F to 87°F, while on January 25, the coldest day of the year, they range from 75°F to 82°F.

      Average High and Low Temperature in March in CanariesMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313172°F72°F74°F74°F76°F76°F78°F78°F80°F80°F82°F82°F84°F84°F86°F86°F88°F88°F90°F90°F92°F92°FFebAprMar 183°FMar 183°F76°F76°FMar 3184°FMar 3184°F77°F77°FMar 1183°FMar 1183°F76°F76°FMar 2184°FMar 2184°F76°F76°F

      The daily average high (red line) and low (blue line) temperature, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted lines are the corresponding average perceived temperatures.

      The figure below shows you a compact characterization of the hourly average temperatures for the quarter of the year centered on March. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the color is the average temperature for that hour and day.

      Average Hourly Temperature in March in Canaries

      Average Hourly Temperature in March in CanariesMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 AM12 AM2 AM2 AM4 AM4 AM6 AM6 AM8 AM8 AM10 AM10 AM12 PM12 PM2 PM2 PM4 PM4 PM6 PM6 PM8 PM8 PM10 PM10 PM12 AM12 AMFebAprwarm

      frigid
      15°F
      freezing
      32°F
      very cold
      45°F
      cold
      55°F
      cool
      65°F
      comfortable
      75°F
      warm
      85°F
      hot
      95°F
      sweltering

      The average hourly temperature, color coded into bands. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

      Fitii, French Polynesia (6,498 miles away) is the far-away foreign place with temperatures most similar to Canaries (view comparison).

      © Esri, et al.

      Compare Canaries to another city:

      Map

      The month of March in Canaries experiences gradually increasing cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy increasing from 46% to 53%.

      The clearest day of the month is March 1, with clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy conditions 54% of the time.

      For reference, on September 27, the cloudiest day of the year, the chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 71%, while on January 13, the clearest day of the year, the chance of clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy skies is 60%.

      Cloud Cover Categories in March in Canaries

      Cloud Cover Categories in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%FebAprMar 154%Mar 154%Mar 3147%Mar 3147%Mar 1152%Mar 1152%Mar 2150%Mar 2150%clearmostly clearpartly cloudymostly cloudyovercast

      0%
      clear
      20%
      mostly clear
      40%
      partly cloudy
      60%
      mostly cloudy
      80%
      overcast
      100%

      The percentage of time spent in each cloud cover band, categorized by the percentage of the sky covered by clouds.

      A wet day is one with at least 0.04 inches of liquid or liquid-equivalent precipitation. In Canaries, the chance of a wet day over the course of March is gradually increasing, starting the month at 19% and ending it at 21%.

      For reference, the year’s highest daily chance of a wet day is 46% on November 16, and its lowest chance is 18% on March 4.

      Probability of Precipitation in March in Canaries

      Probability of Precipitation in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%0%5%5%10%10%15%15%20%20%25%25%FebAprMar 318%Mar 318%Mar 3121%Mar 3121%Mar 1119%Mar 1119%Mar 2119%Mar 2119%rain

      The percentage of days in which various types of precipitation are observed, excluding trace quantities: rain alone, snow alone, and mixed (both rain and snow fell in the same day).

      Rainfall

      To show variation within the month and not just the monthly total, we show the rainfall accumulated over a sliding 31-day period centered around each day.

      The average sliding 31-day rainfall during March in Canaries is increasing, starting the month at 1.7 inches, when it rarely exceeds 2.6 inches or falls below 0.2 inches, and ending the month at 2.3 inches, when it rarely exceeds 4.7 inches or falls below 0. 1 inches.

      Average Monthly Rainfall in March in Canaries

      Average Monthly Rainfall in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 in0 in2 in2 in4 in4 in6 in6 in8 in8 in10 in10 inFebAprMar 11.7 inMar 11.7 inMar 312.3 inMar 312.3 inMar 111.8 inMar 111.8 inMar 212.1 inMar 212.1 in

      The average rainfall (solid line) accumulated over the course of a sliding 31-day period centered on the day in question, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted line is the corresponding average snowfall.

      Over the course of March in Canaries, the length of the day is gradually increasing. From the start to the end of the month, the length of the day increases by 23 minutes, implying an average daily increase of 46 seconds, and weekly increase of 5 minutes, 25 seconds.

      The shortest day of the month is March 1, with 11 hours, 52 minutes of daylight and the longest day is March 31, with 12 hours, 15 minutes of daylight.

      Hours of Daylight and Twilight in March in Canaries

      Hours of Daylight and Twilight in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 hr24 hr4 hr20 hr8 hr16 hr12 hr12 hr16 hr8 hr20 hr4 hr24 hr0 hrFebAprMar 2012 hr, 6 minMar 2012 hr, 6 minnightnightdaydayMar 111 hr, 52 minMar 111 hr, 52 min

      The number of hours during which the Sun is visible (black line). From bottom (most yellow) to top (most gray), the color bands indicate: full daylight, twilight (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and full night.

      The latest sunrise of the month in Canaries is 6:20 AM on March 1 and the earliest sunrise is 20 minutes earlier at 6:00 AM on March 31.

      The earliest sunset is 6:12 PM on March 1 and the latest sunset is 3 minutes later at 6:16 PM on March 31.

      Daylight saving time is not observed in Canaries during 2022.

      For reference, on June 21, the longest day of the year, the Sun rises at 5:37 AM and sets 12 hours, 57 minutes later, at 6:34 PM, while on December 21, the shortest day of the year, it rises at 6:23 AM and sets 11 hours, 18 minutes later, at 5:41 PM.

      Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in March in Canaries

      Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031312 AM4 AM6 AM8 AM10 AM12 PM2 PM4 PM6 PM8 PM10 PM12 AMFebApr6:00 AM6:00 AMMar 316:16 PMMar 316:16 PM6:20 AM6:20 AMMar 16:12 PMMar 16:12 PM6:11 AM6:11 AMMar 166:14 PMMar 166:14 PMSolarMidnightSolarMidnightSolarNoonSunriseSunset

      The solar day over the course of March. From bottom to top, the black lines are the previous solar midnight, sunrise, solar noon, sunset, and the next solar midnight. The day, twilights (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and night are indicated by the color bands from yellow to gray.

      The figure below presents a compact representation of the sun’s elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon) and azimuth (its compass bearing) for every hour of every day in the reporting period. The horizontal axis is the day of the year and the vertical axis is the hour of the day. For a given day and hour of that day, the background color indicates the azimuth of the sun at that moment. The black isolines are contours of constant solar elevation.

      Solar Elevation and Azimuth in March in Canaries

      Solar Elevation and Azimuth in March in CanariesMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 AM12 AM2 AM2 AM4 AM4 AM6 AM6 AM8 AM8 AM10 AM10 AM12 PM12 PM2 PM2 PM4 PM4 PM6 PM6 PM8 PM8 PM10 PM10 PM12 AM12 AMFebApr001010202020303040405050506060708000010102020303030404050506060607080

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      Solar elevation and azimuth over the course of March 2022. The black lines are lines of constant solar elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon, in degrees). The background color fills indicate the azimuth (the compass bearing) of the sun. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries of the cardinal compass points indicate the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

      The figure below presents a compact representation of key lunar data for March 2022. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the colored areas indicate when the moon is above the horizon. The vertical gray bars (new Moons) and blue bars (full Moons) indicate key Moon phases. The label associated with each bar indicates the date and time that the phase is obtained, and the companion time labels indicate the rise and set times of the Moon for the nearest time interval in which the moon is above the horizon.

      Moon Rise, Set & Phases in March in Canaries

      Moon Rise, Set & Phases in March in CanariesMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 AM12 AM4 AM4 AM8 AM8 AM12 PM12 PM4 PM4 PM8 PM8 PM12 AM12 AMFebAprFeb 11:47 AMFeb 11:47 AMFeb 1612:57 PMFeb 1612:57 PMMar 21:35 PMMar 21:35 PMMar 183:18 AMMar 183:18 AMApr 12:25 AMApr 12:25 AMApr 162:56 PMApr 162:56 PMApr 304:29 PMApr 304:29 PM6:57 AM6:57 AM6:43 PM6:43 PM6:19 PM6:19 PM7:13 AM7:13 AM6:22 AM6:22 AM6:22 PM6:22 PM5:54 PM5:54 PM6:29 AM6:29 AM6:18 AM6:18 AM6:48 PM6:48 PM6:23 PM6:23 PM6:26 AM6:26 AM

      The time in which the moon is above the horizon (light blue area), with new moons (dark gray lines) and full moons (blue lines) indicated. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

      Mar 2022 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Meridian Passing Distance
      1 2% 5:36 AM ESE 5:26 PM WSW 11:31 AM S 230,810 mi
      2 0% 6:22 AM ESE 6:22 PM W 12:23 PM S 232,913 mi
      3 1% 7:05 AM E 7:16 PM W 1:10 PM S 235,571 mi
      4 5% 7:44 AM E 8:08 PM W 1:55 PM S 238,592 mi
      5 10% 8:23 AM E 8:58 PM W 2:39 PM S 241,740 mi
      6 18% 9:01 AM E 9:47 PM WNW 3:23 PM S 244,756 mi
      7 26% 9:40 AM ENE 10:38 PM WNW 4:07 PM N 247,395 mi
      8 35% 10:20 AM ENE 11:28 PM WNW 4:53 PM N 249,445 mi
      9 45% 11:03 AM ENE 5:40 PM N 250,745 mi
      10 50% 12:20 AM WNW 11:49 AM ENE 6:30 PM N 251,201 mi
      11 64% 1:12 AM WNW 12:38 PM ENE 7:21 PM N 250,791 mi
      12 73% 2:03 AM WNW 1:30 PM ENE 8:12 PM N 249,568 mi
      13 82% 2:53 AM WNW 2:23 PM ENE 9:03 PM N 247,651 mi
      14 89% 3:40 AM WNW 3:16 PM ENE 9:52 PM N 245,214 mi
      15 95% 4:25 AM WNW 4:09 PM ENE 10:40 PM N 242,470 mi
      16 98% 5:08 AM WNW 5:02 PM ENE 11:27 PM S 239,644 mi
      17 100% 5:49 AM W 5:54 PM E
      18 100% 6:29 AM W 6:47 PM E 12:12 AM S 236,952 mi
      19 99% 7:08 AM W 7:40 PM E 12:58 AM S 234,575 mi
      20 96% 7:49 AM W 8:35 PM ESE 1:45 AM S 232,640 mi
      21 89% 8:33 AM WSW 9:33 PM ESE 2:34 AM S 231,209 mi
      22 81% 9:21 AM WSW 10:34 PM ESE 3:26 AM S 230,286 mi
      23 71% 10:13 AM WSW 11:36 PM ESE 4:23 AM S 229,831 mi
      24 60% 11:10 AM WSW 5:23 AM S 229,786 mi
      25 50% 12:40 AM ESE 12:11 PM WSW 6:25 AM S 230,093 mi
      26 36% 1:41 AM ESE 1:14 PM WSW 7:28 AM S 230,717 mi
      27 25% 2:38 AM ESE 2:16 PM WSW 8:28 AM S 231,647 mi
      28 16% 3:30 AM ESE 3:15 PM WSW 9:23 AM S 232,892 mi
      29 8% 4:17 AM ESE 4:12 PM WSW 10:15 AM S 234,468 mi
      30 3% 4:59 AM E 5:06 PM W 11:03 AM S 236,376 mi
      31 0% 5:39 AM E 5:57 PM W 11:48 AM S 238,582 mi

      We base the humidity comfort level on the dew point, as it determines whether perspiration will evaporate from the skin, thereby cooling the body. Lower dew points feel drier and higher dew points feel more humid. Unlike temperature, which typically varies significantly between night and day, dew point tends to change more slowly, so while the temperature may drop at night, a muggy day is typically followed by a muggy night.

      The chance that a given day will be muggy in Canaries is essentially constant during March, remaining within 1% of 99% throughout.

      For reference, on May 1, the muggiest day of the year, there are muggy conditions 100% of the time, while on February 28, the least muggy day of the year, there are muggy conditions 98% of the time.

      Humidity Comfort Levels in March in Canaries

      Humidity Comfort Levels in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%0%10%10%20%20%30%30%40%40%50%50%60%60%70%70%80%80%90%90%100%100%FebAprMar 198%Mar 198%Mar 3199%Mar 3199%Mar 1198%Mar 1198%Mar 2199%Mar 2199%oppressiveoppressivemuggymuggymiserablemiserable

      dry
      55°F
      comfortable
      60°F
      humid
      65°F
      muggy
      70°F
      oppressive
      75°F
      miserable

      The percentage of time spent at various humidity comfort levels, categorized by dew point.

      This section discusses the wide-area hourly average wind vector (speed and direction) at 10 meters above the ground. The wind experienced at any given location is highly dependent on local topography and other factors, and instantaneous wind speed and direction vary more widely than hourly averages.

      The average hourly wind speed in Canaries is decreasing during March, decreasing from 16.9 miles per hour to 15.9 miles per hour over the course of the month.

      For reference, on June 21, the windiest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 17.8 miles per hour, while on October 2, the calmest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 13.0 miles per hour.

      Average Wind Speed in March in Canaries

      Average Wind Speed in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 mph0 mph5 mph5 mph20 mph20 mph25 mph25 mph30 mph30 mphFebAprMar 116. 9 mphMar 116.9 mphMar 3115.9 mphMar 3115.9 mphMar 1616.3 mphMar 1616.3 mph

      The average of mean hourly wind speeds (dark gray line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

      The hourly average wind direction in Canaries throughout March is predominantly from the east, with a peak proportion of 98% on March 28.

      Wind Direction in March in Canaries

      Wind Direction in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%20%80%40%60%60%40%80%20%100%0%FebApreast

      northeastsouthwest

      The percentage of hours in which the mean wind direction is from each of the four cardinal wind directions, excluding hours in which the mean wind speed is less than 1.0 mph. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries are the percentage of hours spent in the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

      Canaries is located near a large body of water (e.g., ocean, sea, or large lake). This section reports on the wide-area average surface temperature of that water.

      The average surface water temperature in Canaries is essentially constant during March, remaining around 80°F throughout.

      Average Water Temperature in March in Canaries

      Average Water Temperature in March in CanariesMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313178.5°F78.5°F79.0°F79.0°F79.5°F79.5°F80.0°F80.0°F80.5°F80.5°F81.0°F81.0°F81.5°F81.5°F82.0°F82.0°F82.5°F82.5°FFebAprMar 180°FMar 180°FMar 3180°FMar 3180°FMar 1180°FMar 1180°FMar 2180°FMar 2180°F

      The daily average water temperature (purple line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

      Definitions of the growing season vary throughout the world, but for the purposes of this report, we define it as the longest continuous period of non-freezing temperatures (≥ 32°F) in the year (the calendar year in the Northern Hemisphere, or from July 1 until June 30 in the Southern Hemisphere).

      Temperatures in Canaries are sufficiently warm year round that it is not entirely meaningful to discuss the growing season in these terms. We nevertheless include the chart below as an illustration of the distribution of temperatures experienced throughout the year.

      Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in March in Canaries

      Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%FebApr100%Mar 16100%Mar 16warmhotcomfortable

      frigid
      15°F
      freezing
      32°F
      very cold
      45°F
      cold
      55°F
      cool
      65°F
      comfortable
      75°F
      warm
      85°F
      hot
      95°F
      sweltering

      The percentage of time spent in various temperature bands. The black line is the percentage chance that a given day is within the growing season.

      Growing degree days are a measure of yearly heat accumulation used to predict plant and animal development, and defined as the integral of warmth above a base temperature, discarding any excess above a maximum temperature. In this report, we use a base of 50°F and a cap of 86°F.

      The average accumulated growing degree days in Canaries are rapidly increasing during March, increasing by 864°F, from 1,699°F to 2,563°F, over the course of the month.

      Growing Degree Days in March in Canaries

      Growing Degree Days in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031311,800°F1,800°F2,000°F2,000°F2,200°F2,200°F2,400°F2,400°F2,600°F2,600°FFebAprMar 11,699°FMar 11,699°FMar 312,563°FMar 312,563°FMar 111,980°FMar 111,980°FMar 212,268°FMar 212,268°F

      The average growing degree days accumulated over the course of March, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

      This section discusses the total daily incident shortwave solar energy reaching the surface of the ground over a wide area, taking full account of seasonal variations in the length of the day, the elevation of the Sun above the horizon, and absorption by clouds and other atmospheric constituents. Shortwave radiation includes visible light and ultraviolet radiation.

      The average daily incident shortwave solar energy in Canaries is essentially constant during March, remaining within 0.2 kWh of 6.9 kWh throughout.

      Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in March in Canaries

      Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in March in CanariesMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 kWh0 kWh2 kWh2 kWh3 kWh3 kWh4 kWh4 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh6 kWh6 kWh7 kWh7 kWh8 kWh8 kWhFebAprMar 16.7 kWhMar 16.7 kWhMar 317.1 kWhMar 317.1 kWhMar 167.0 kWhMar 167.0 kWh

      The average daily shortwave solar energy reaching the ground per square meter (orange line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

      For the purposes of this report, the geographical coordinates of Canaries are 13.902 deg latitude, -61.065 deg longitude, and 39 ft elevation.

      The topography within 2 miles of Canaries contains very significant variations in elevation, with a maximum elevation change of 1,867 feet and an average elevation above sea level of 350 feet. Within 10 miles contains very significant variations in elevation (3,025 feet). Within 50 miles contains large variations in elevation (3,993 feet).

      The area within 2 miles of Canaries is covered by water (51%) and trees (42%), within 10 miles by water (62%) and trees (25%), and within 50 miles by water (95%).

      This report illustrates the typical weather in Canaries, based on a statistical analysis of historical hourly weather reports and model reconstructions from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 2016.

      Temperature and Dew Point

      There are 2 weather stations near enough to contribute to our estimation of the temperature and dew point in Canaries.

      For each station, the records are corrected for the elevation difference between that station and Canaries according to the International Standard Atmosphere , and by the relative change present in the MERRA-2 satellite-era reanalysis between the two locations.

      The estimated value at Canaries is computed as the weighted average of the individual contributions from each station, with weights proportional to the inverse of the distance between Canaries and a given station.

      The stations contributing to this reconstruction are:

      • George F. L. Charles Airport (TLPC, 63%, 9 mi, northeast, -33 ft elevation change)
      • Hewanorra International Airport (TLPL, 37%, 13 mi, southeast, -7 ft elevation change)

      TLPC, 63%9 mi, -33 ftTLPL, 37%13 mi, -7 ft

      © Esri, et al.

      To get a sense of how much these sources agree with each other, you can view a comparison of Canaries and the stations that contribute to our estimates of its temperature history and climate. Please note that each source’s contribution is adjusted for elevation and the relative change present in the MERRA-2 data.

      Other Data

      All data relating to the Sun’s position (e.g., sunrise and sunset) are computed using astronomical formulas from the book, Astronomical Algorithms 2nd Edition , by Jean Meeus.

      All other weather data, including cloud cover, precipitation, wind speed and direction, and solar flux, come from NASA’s MERRA-2 Modern-Era Retrospective Analysis . This reanalysis combines a variety of wide-area measurements in a state-of-the-art global meteorological model to reconstruct the hourly history of weather throughout the world on a 50-kilometer grid.

      Land Use data comes from the Global Land Cover SHARE database , published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

      Elevation data comes from the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) , published by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

      Names, locations, and time zones of places and some airports come from the GeoNames Geographical Database .

      Time zones for airports and weather stations are provided by AskGeo.com .

      Maps are © Esri, with data from National Geographic, Esri, DeLorme, NAVTEQ, UNEP-WCMC, USGS, NASA, ESA, METI, NRCAN, GEBCO, NOAA, and iPC.

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      We draw particular cautious attention to our reliance on the MERRA-2 model-based reconstructions for a number of important data series. While having the tremendous advantages of temporal and spatial completeness, these reconstructions: (1) are based on computer models that may have model-based errors, (2) are coarsely sampled on a 50 km grid and are therefore unable to reconstruct the local variations of many microclimates, and (3) have particular difficulty with the weather in some coastal areas, especially small islands.

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      Canaries

      Anse-la-Raye, St. Lucia

      © Esri, et al.

      Gran Canaria Weather in March


      Perfect weather for sightseeing in March in Gran Canaria

      Although March marks the beginning of spring, in most places in Europe it’s still a cold month, with low temperatures and even snowfall.

      But this is not the case in Gran Canaria.

      The temperatures are slowly rising and the number of sunshine hours as well. You’ll be able to sunbathe on most days and the weather is also ideal for hiking and exploring since the temperatures are just right to walk the trails of this beautiful Canary Island.

      • What’s the weather like in Gran Canaria in March
      • Temperatures in Gran Canaria in March
      • Rainfall
      • Sunshine hours
      • Sea temperature
      • Can you swim in Gran Canaria in March?
      • Things to do in March
      • Events in March

      Gran Canaria is a great destination if you’re looking for a warm holiday at the beginning of spring without having to travel too far from continental Europe. Where else so close by can you comfortably walk wearing just a T-shirt when the winter is barely out the door in most countries? You can get a head start on spring by visiting the island in March, while it’s not as hot and crowded as during the summer months.

      Best time to visit Gran Canaria

      What’s the weather like in Gran Canaria in March

      The numbers mentioned in this article (temperatures, sunshine hours, water temperature, etc.) are from the GRAN CANARIA AIRPORT WEATHER STATION, but you can find info about other parts of the island in the table below.

      The end of February and the month of March are sorts of transition periods, while the weather changes from winter to spring. Although winter in Gran Canaria is very different from winter in most places in Europe and the weather stays fairly warm, by the time March is here the temperatures are again on the rise and the amount of rain falls considerably.

      February and March are usually the months when the carnival in Gran Canaria happens, so it is a festive time all over the island, with the largest celebrations happening in Las Palmas and Maspalomas. So if you’re looking for a spring holiday to a fun destination, that’s also sunny and warm, Gran Canaria should be at top of your list. 

      Temperatures in Gran Canaria in March

      The average high temperature in March in Gran Canaria is 22.2°C, while at night you can expect temperatures of around 15-16°C (average low temperature is 15.6°C).

      • Average high temperature: 22.3°C  (72.1°F)
      • Average low temperature: 15. 7°C  (60.3°F)
      • Daily mean temperature: 19°C  (66.2°F)

      In Gran Canaria, the daily mean temperature is 19°C in January, which is calculated as a mean between the average high temperature of 22.3°C and the average low of 15.7°C. 

      Record low & record high temperatures

      The highest temperature ever recorded in Gran Canaria in March (at Airport station) was 34°C and the lowest was 6.5°C.

      Rainfall

      • Average rainfall (mm): 12 mm
      • Average rainy days (>=1mm): 2

      March gets an average rainfall of 12mm over the course of 2 days, which means that March sees a lot less rain compared to the previous months of the year.

      Sunshine hours

      • Sunshine hours pers month in March: 229
      • Sunshine hours per day: 7.2

      Gran Canaria gets an average of 7.2 hours of sunshine per day in March. The days are getting considerably longer compared to February, which means a lot more time to spend on the beach during your holiday.

      Sea temperature


      • Average sea temperature in March: 19°C / 66.5 F

      The average surface sea temperature in March at the Gran Canaria Airport station is approximately 19°C / 66.5 F, which is the lowest temperature of the year. From here on the water temperature will start to improve, but if will only reach its highest point in September – October.

      Can you swim in Gran Canaria in March?

      With an average temperature of 19°C / 66.5 F, the sea is will still be too cold for some visitors, but many people will be able to swim comfortably. In any case, if the ocean is too cold for you and you haven’t booked a place with a heated pool, you can always look for a nearby hotel that has one and ask at the reception if you can pay to use the facilities for the day.

      Things to do in March

      Although you might choose Gran Canaria as a destination in March due to the beautiful and warm weather, we recommend that you don’t spend all your time at the beach and also take some time to travel around the island. You can do organized tours, which are great if you don’t want to drive and plan everything yourself, or you can just rent a car or take a bus and do things on your own (see more recommendations).

      Boat trip to see dolphins and whales

      Explore the ocean around Gran Canaria with a boat or catamaran trip, which will take you to the best spots where you can see whales and dolphins. You can book excursions online or buy directly from the harbors or excursion shops.

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      Go to the market in Puerto Mogan

      There are many weekly markets in Gran Canaria, but the one in Puerto Mogan organized on Fridays is quite large and many people come for the day just to go to this market. You can buy some souvenirs and then explore the town, have a relaxed lunch and wander through the colorful streets.

      Events in March

      Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Carnival 2021

      The 2021 edition of the carnival in Gran Canaria is suspended due to Covid-19.

      March is usually carnival month in the Canaries and in Spain in general.

      If you’re in Gran Canaria and the carnival is on during this time, make sure to go there at least for a day, to see how the atmosphere is, party with the locals and enjoy the good music, drinks and overall experience. Each year the carnival has another theme, so no two years are the same.

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      FAQ about weather in Gran Canaria in March

      How warm is is in Gran Canaria in March?

      You can expect high temperatures around 22. 2°Cin Gran Canaria in March, but when the sun is out it feels much hotter than this.

      Can you sunbathe in Gran Canaria in March?

      Yes, you can definitely sunbathe in March, and even swim, especially in the south of Gran Canaria, where it’s warmer than in the north.

      Is Gran Canaria windy in March?

      March is not a very windy month in Gran Canaria. Some areas of the island are more prone to winds, but if you are staying in the south, the wind should not be a problem in March.

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      Weather in the Canary Islands in march 2023

      How is the climate in Spain in march? Is it the perfect time to visit Playa de las Américas and Arrecife? Check this with our datas and informations here.

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      Weather in the Canary Islands in march 2023

      Below, you have access to the weather forecast for march for most popular cities in Spain. These forecasts are statistics for the month of march from weather reports for many years. The percentage indicates the probability of having the weather indicated.



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      Climate in the Canary Islands in march

      Climate in Tenerife in march

      In the month of march, maximum temperature is 19°C and minimum temperature is 17°C (for an average temperature of 18°C). The climate quite enjoyable in this city in this month. With 22mm over 1 days,
      it rains very little for your stay.
      With good weather conditions, the month of march is a good time to go in this locality.

      February March April
      Average temperature 18°C 18°C 19°C
      Highest temperature 19°C 19°C 19°C
      Lowest temperature 17°C 17°C 18°C
      Sea temperature 19. 3°C 19.5°C 19.7°C
      Rainfall 34mm 22mm 23mm
      Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
      (5%)
      1 day(s)
      (2%)
      1 day(s)
      (4%)
      Humidity 77% 79% 79%
      Daily sunshine hours 11 11 12
      Cloud cover 26% 25% 24%
      Length of day 11:13 11:59 12:52
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      Climate in Fuerteventura in march

      In the month of march, the mean temperature in Corralejo is 19°C (maximum temperature is 20°C and minimum temperature is 17°C). The climate quite good there in march. It almost never rains during this month. You will therefore be at the shelter from rain for your journey!
      With good weather conditions, march is a good time to go in that area in Spain.

      February March April
      Average temperature 18°C 19°C 19°C
      Highest temperature 19°C 20°C 21°C
      Lowest temperature 17°C 17°C 18°C
      Sea temperature 18.6°C 18.6°C 18.8°C
      Rainfall 20mm 17mm 9mm
      Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
      (4%)
      1 day(s)
      (2%)
      0 day(s)
      (1%)
      Humidity 77% 79% 80%
      Daily sunshine hours 11 11 11
      Cloud cover 28% 27% 27%
      Length of day 11:13 11:59 12:51
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      Climate in Lanzarote in march

      In march, the mean temperature in Arrecife is 18°C (maximum temperature is 19°C and minimum temperature is 17°C). The climate quite pleasant in this city in this month. does not rain (or really exceptionally) during march. You will therefore be at the shelter from rain throughout your trip!
      With a good weather, march is an advisable month to go in that area.

      February March April
      Average temperature 18°C 18°C 19°C
      Highest temperature 19°C 19°C 20°C
      Lowest temperature 17°C 17°C 18°C
      Sea temperature 18. 7°C 18.8°C 18.9°C
      Rainfall 22mm 16mm 9mm
      Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
      (5%)
      1 day(s)
      (2%)
      0 day(s)
      (1%)
      Humidity 77% 79% 80%
      Daily sunshine hours 11 11 11
      Cloud cover 31% 30% 31%
      Length of day 11:11 11:59 12:53
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      Climate in El Hierro in march

      In the month of march, the mean temperature in El Hierro is 19°C (maximum temperature is 19°C and minimum temperature is 19°C). The climate quite enjoyable here in march. With just 10mm over 0 days, rainfall is infrequent for your holidays.
      With a good weather, the month of march is an advisable month to go in this locality.

      February March April
      Average temperature 19°C 19°C 19°C
      Highest temperature 19°C 19°C 20°C
      Lowest temperature 18°C 19°C 19°C
      Rainfall 17mm 10mm 8mm
      Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
      (3%)
      0 day(s)
      (1%)
      0 day(s)
      (1%)
      Humidity 75% 78% 77%
      Daily sunshine hours 12 12 12
      Cloud cover 19% 20% 20%
      Length of day 11:15 11:59 12:51
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      Climate in Gomera in march

      In the month of march, maximum temperature is 20°C and minimum temperature is 18°C (for an average temperature of 19°C). The climate quite nice around this city in march. There is no rain during this month. You will not get wet during your holidays!
      With good weather conditions, march is a good month to go in Gomera in Spain.

      February March April
      Average temperature 19°C 19°C 20°C
      Highest temperature 19°C 20°C 20°C
      Lowest temperature 18°C 18°C 19°C
      Sea temperature 19.6°C 19. 4°C 19.8°C
      Rainfall 20mm 12mm 11mm
      Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
      (3%)
      0 day(s)
      (1%)
      1 day(s)
      (2%)
      Humidity 73% 76% 76%
      Daily sunshine hours 12 12 12
      Cloud cover 13% 16% 14%
      Length of day 11:13 11:59 12:51
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      Weather in Gran Canaria in March 2022, Leading Into Spring




      The weather in Gran Canaria in March is ideal for most as winter reaches it’s conclusion. Towards the end of March will be the arrival of spring which the Canary Islands are famous for. The name “The Islands of Eternal Spring” is a tribute to the warm yearly temperatures here and the other main islands.

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      Summary

      Gran Canaria happens to be one of the hottest Canary Islands during this month with plenty of sunshine on offer. The average temperature for March is a warm 19 Celsius. March and April are two of the top months to enjoy a spring vacations on this beautiful island. Most will be heading south to escape the colder norther weather that is typical for this time of year.

      The weather in Gran Canaria in March is usually better during the middle and at the end of this month. March sees a decent increase in temperature from February with the colder months now behind. The beginning of March usually yields a temperature of 19 Celsius on average. This will rise to 20 Celsius around the beginning of spring. March has seen much hotter temperatures than the average suggests. It’s not uncommon to experience a few days that are closer to 30 Celsius.

      Temperature in Gran Canaria in March

      The average high temperature for Gran Canaria in March is 23 Celsius. The daily low is around 16 Celsius which is plenty warm for most. It’s normal for a warm air from the Sahara Desert to the east to assist in warming this island. This same breeze can result in dust storms which leave a dense haze on the eastern coast.

      Rainfall in March

      Rainfall is at a premium in Gran Canaria during March. Much of the rainfall here tends to arrive during the colder winter months. Usually it rains on average for 2 – 3 days during March. April sees a similar amount of rain before a sharp decrease during May as rainfall becomes more scarce. The precipitation is quite low when it does arrive so do not let that put you off. Some parts of this island vary in terrain and do not see as much rain as others. The vast mountains such as Roque Nublo (image above) tend to shield some areas from the worst weather.

      Weather in Maspalomas in March

      The weather in Maspalomas in March sees quite an improvement from the winter months. The average daily temperature now increases to 18 Celsius. March will yield a daily high of 22°C with the low falling to 16 Celsius. One big difference from winter is the amount of rainfall which will be half that of winter. The temperature of the Atlantic will stay at 19°C but the amount of sunny hours will increase to 8 per day.

      Average Temperatures in March by Location
        Maspalomas Playa del Ingles Puerto Rico
      March Temp 18°C 18°C 18°C
      High 21°C 21°C 21°C
      Low 15°C 15°C 15°C
      Atlantic Ocean 19°C 19°C 19°C

      Other Islands In March

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      March Climate Summary

      • March sees an average temperature of 19 Celsius during the day
      • 19 Celsius is also what you can expect from the sea temperature
      • March sees 7 hours of sun each day
      • There will usually be 3 -4 rainy days during this month
      • 23 Celsius is the daily high temperature in March
      • The low temperature is usually 16 Celsius for much of the month
      • March is one of the top months for tourism as the weather improves

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      Gran Canaria or Tenerife in March?

      Gran Canaria has a slight edge over Tenerife during this month if you want the best weather. The temperature is 1 Celsius warmer with l day less rainfall also.

      Sea Temperature

      The sea temperature in Gran Canaria in March now warms to 19 Celsius. The beaches as a result will begin to see more activity. This island is popular for water sports, windsurfing is a big favourite here. The temperature of the sea will warm further towards the end of the month. When spring arrives the sea if usually at it’s warmest. This temperature continues to increase each month until the conclusion of summer.

      Hours of Sun Per Day
      You can expect to see between 7-8 hours for most of the month. The actual hours of daylight will be around 11 hours. Like the sea, the hours of sunshine will increase closer to April and the end of the month. The beginning of March will yield more overcast days than the end usually. The hours of sunshine will continue to increase each month until the end of summer.

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      CLIMATE IN CANARY ISLANDS – January, February, March and April.

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      Do you want to organize a holiday in the Canary Islands but can not choose the best period? Or are you already packing your suitcase and not knowing what the weather you are looking for? Or simply you’re curious because you’ve heard of it from a friend and you want to check if it really is the way it told you? Perfect below we will try to give you all the information you need. Let’s start by saying that in the archipelago of the Canary Islands the climate is pleasant all year round! The islands in fact are inserted in that band delta of the “eternal spring”.

      Considered by many as the “best climate in the world” that of the Canary Islands always offers pleasant mild winters and hot summers but almost never too much.
      But now let’s go to see specifically the Canarian climate in the first part of the year, from January to April.

      January

      January is clearly the period of the “colder” year in the Canaries. To be clear, it is very similar to our springs in Italy. So specifying that in this article we will refer more to the coastal and tourist areas of the islands and especially to Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, we can say that you will have absolutely pleasant weeks, where you can stay comfortably on the beach to sunbathe and enjoy the warm sun of the African latitude, alternating with more than a half-season weeks, with clouds, some rain and wind.

      January in the Canary Islands, however, is a very popular month for families especially in northern Europe to visit the Canary Islands because only 4 hours away you can avoid the much stiffer European winter.

       

      Temp middle Tenerife Fuerteventura Gran Canaria Lanzarote
      Jenuary
      Min (°C) 14 14 15 14
      Max (°C) 21 20 21 20
      February

      The situation in February in fact changes little, continue to alternate weekly “lucky good weather and early summer heat” with others more fresh. Clearly an advice is to remember to bring to carry even long dresses, a sweater and even a light jacket to be used especially in the evening or when it blows.

      The waters of the sea in these months are quite chilly so, at least if you are not daring the bath in the ocean will not be very easy. Better pools heated in hotels.

      Temp middle Tenerife Fuerteventura Gran Canaria Lanzarote
      February
      Min (°C) 14 14 16 15
      Max (°C) 21 21 21 20

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       Marzo

      Marzo invece è difatto il mese nel quale si ha una sorta di svolta alle Canarie. E’ solitamente in questo mese infatti che si ha il passaggio verso una stagione più stabile, dove le precipitazioni iniziano a sparire e le giornate primaverili iniziano a farla da padrone.

      In March at the Canary Islands you can almost always enjoy the beach and start taking a few more bathes in the sea because slowly the waters start to warm up slightly even if the Canaries will never be very hot.

      In the evening pay attention to always go out in short sleeves (especially in the first half of the month) it is always better to bring something more pesante behind because some cooler evening could surprise you.

      Temp middle Tenerife Fuerteventura Gran Canaria Lanzarote
      March
      Min (°C) 14 14 16 15
      Max (°C) 21 21 21 20
      April

      In April, however, the climate of the Canary Islands is entering its best phase with a view to vacationing the sea, swimming and plenty of sun. Despite the occasional wind still rises (typical of the islands in the middle of the ocean) the days are long and sunny, the rainfall is increasingly scarce and the waters of the ocean begin to warm up the most convinced way. April is a highly recommended month for a holiday on the islands of the eternal spring.

      Even in the evening you can almost always go out in light clothing and thus have a clear early summer.

       

      Temp middle Tenerife Fuerteventura Gran Canaria Lanzarote
      April
      Min (°C) 16 16 17 15
      Max (°C) 23 24 24 20

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife climate: Average Temperature, weather by month, Santa Cruz de Tenerife water temperature

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife are in the northern hemisphere.

      Summer starts here at the end of June and ends in September. There are the months of summer: June, July, August, September.

      The best time to visit are August.

      The month with the highest relative humidity is August (79.01 %). The month with the lowest relative humidity is January (71.35 %).

      The month with the highest number of rainy days is November (8. 00 days). The month with the lowest number of rainy days is June (2.93 days).

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      Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s climate is a local steppe climate. During the year there is little rainfall. This location is classified as BSh by Köppen and Geiger. The average annual temperature in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is 18.5 °C | 65.3 °F. The annual rainfall is 281 mm | 11.1 inch.


      Climate graph // Weather by Month Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      Precipitation is the lowest in June, with an average of 11 mm | 0.4 inch. Most of the precipitation here falls in December, averaging 40 mm | 1.6 inch.

      average temperature Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      At an average temperature of 21. 8 °C | 71.2 °F, August is the hottest month of the year. February is the coldest month, with temperatures averaging 15.5 °C | 59.9 °F.




      Weather by month // weather averages Santa Cruz de Tenerife

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        Avg. Temperature °C (°F) Min. Temperature °C (°F) Max. Temperature °C (°F) Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in) Humidity (%) Rainy days (d) avg. Sun hours (hours)
      January

      15.9

      (60.7)

      14.8

      (58.7)

      17

      (62.6)

      30

      (1.2)

      71&percnt; 5 7.0
      February

      15.5

      (59.9)

      14.3

      (57.7)

      16.7

      (62.1)

      31

      (1.2)

      72&percnt; 5 7.0
      March

      16

      (60. 8)

      14.6

      (58.3)

      17.4

      (63.3)

      29

      (1.1)

      74&percnt; 4 8.0
      April

      16.6

      (61.9)

      15.3

      (59.6)

      18

      (64.3)

      20

      (0.8)

      73&percnt; 4 8.0
      May

      17.8

      (64)

      16.5

      (61.7)

      19.1

      (66.4)

      12

      (0.5)

      74&percnt; 3 8.0
      June

      19.4

      (66.9)

      18.1

      (64.6)

      20.8

      (69.4)

      11

      (0.4)

      78&percnt; 2 8.0
      July

      20.8

      (69.4)

      19.5

      (67)

      22.2

      (72)

      15

      (0.6)

      79&percnt; 4 8. 0
      August

      21.8

      (71.2)

      20.4

      (68.8)

      23.2

      (73.8)

      12

      (0.5)

      79&percnt; 2 8.0
      September

      21.7

      (71)

      20.4

      (68.8)

      23

      (73.5)

      14

      (0.6)

      77&percnt; 2 9.0
      October

      20.7

      (69.3)

      19.4

      (66.9)

      22

      (71.7)

      30

      (1.2)

      76&percnt; 4 8.0
      November

      18.7

      (65.6)

      17.5

      (63.6)

      19.8

      (67.6)

      37

      (1.5)

      72&percnt; 6 7.0
      December

      17.2

      (63)

      16.1

      (61)

      18.3

      (64. 9)

      40

      (1.6)

      71&percnt; 6 7.0
        January February March April May June July August September October November December
      Avg. Temperature °C (°F)

      15.9 °C

      (60.7) °F

      15.5 °C

      (59.9) °F

      16 °C

      (60.8) °F

      16.6 °C

      (61.9) °F

      17.8 °C

      (64) °F

      19.4 °C

      (66.9) °F

      20.8 °C

      (69.4) °F

      21.8 °C

      (71.2) °F

      21.7 °C

      (71) °F

      20.7 °C

      (69.3) °F

      18.7 °C

      (65.6) °F

      17.2 °C

      (63) °F

      Min. Temperature °C (°F)

      14.8 °C

      (58.7) °F

      14. 3 °C

      (57.7) °F

      14.6 °C

      (58.3) °F

      15.3 °C

      (59.6) °F

      16.5 °C

      (61.7) °F

      18.1 °C

      (64.6) °F

      19.5 °C

      (67) °F

      20.4 °C

      (68.8) °F

      20.4 °C

      (68.8) °F

      19.4 °C

      (66.9) °F

      17.5 °C

      (63.6) °F

      16.1 °C

      (61) °F

      Max. Temperature °C (°F)

      17 °C

      (62.6) °F

      16.7 °C

      (62.1) °F

      17.4 °C

      (63.3) °F

      18 °C

      (64.3) °F

      19.1 °C

      (66.4) °F

      20.8 °C

      (69.4) °F

      22.2 °C

      (72) °F

      23.2 °C

      (73.8) °F

      23 °C

      (73.5) °F

      22 °C

      (71.7) °F

      19.8 °C

      (67.6) °F

      18.3 °C

      (64.9) °F

      Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in)

      30

      (1)

      31

      (1)

      29

      (1)

      20

      (0)

      12

      (0)

      11

      (0)

      15

      (0)

      12

      (0)

      14

      (0)

      30

      (1)

      37

      (1)

      40

      (1)

      Humidity(%) 71&percnt; 72&percnt; 74&percnt; 73&percnt; 74&percnt; 78&percnt; 79&percnt; 79&percnt; 77&percnt; 76&percnt; 72&percnt; 71&percnt;
      Rainy days (d) 5 5 5 4 3 2 4 2 2 5 6 6
      avg. Sun hours (hours) 6.9 6.9 7.7 7.8 7.9 7.9 7.6 8.3 8.5 8.0 6.9 7.0

      Data: 1991 – 2021 Min. Temperature °C (°F), Max. Temperature °C (°F), Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in), Humidity, Rainy days.
      Data: 1999 – 2019: avg. Sun hours

      Between the driest and wettest months, the difference in precipitation is 29 mm | 1 inch. Throughout the year, temperatures vary by 6.3 °C | 11.3 °F.




      Santa Cruz de Tenerife weather and climate for every month

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in January

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in February

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      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in April

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in May

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in June

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in July

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in August

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in September

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in October

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in November

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife in December

      Hours of sunshine in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      • avg. hours of sun
      • Total hours of sun

      In September the highest number of daily hours of sunshine is measured in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on average. In September there is an average of 8.28 hours of sunshine a day and a total of 256.74 hours of sunshine throughout September.

      In January, the lowest number of daily hours of sunshine is measured in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on average. In January there are an average of 7 hours of sunshine per day and a total of 216.85 hours of sunshine.

      Around 2788.03 hours of sunshine are counted in Santa Cruz de Tenerife throughout the year. On average there are 91.61 hours of sunshine per month.


      Water temperature Santa Cruz de Tenerife(Atlantic Ocean)

        Max. Water temperature °C (°F) Avg. Water Temperature °C (°F) Min. Water Temperature °C (°F)
      January

      19.4

      66.9

      18. 9

      66

      18.5

      65.3

      February

      18.4

      65.1

      18.1

      64.6

      18

      64.4

      March

      18.3

      64.9

      18.1

      64.6

      17.9

      64.2

      April

      18.8

      65.8

      18.5

      65.3

      18.3

      64.9

      May

      19.7

      67.5

      19.3

      66.7

      18.8

      65.8

      June

      21

      69.8

      20.4

      68.7

      19.8

      67.6

      July

      21.9

      71.4

      21.3

      70.3

      21

      69.8

      August

      22.8

      73

      22.3

      72.1

      21.8

      71.2

      September

      23.3

      73. 9

      23.1

      73.6

      22.9

      73.2

      October

      23.2

      73.8

      22.9

      73.2

      22.5

      72.5

      November

      22.4

      72.3

      21.6

      70.9

      20.7

      69.3

      December

      20.7

      69.3

      20

      68

      19.4

      66.9

        January February March April May June July August September October November December
      Min. Water Temperature °C (°F)

      18.5

      65.3

      18

      64.4

      17.9

      64.2

      18.3

      64.9

      18.8

      65.8

      19.8

      67.6

      21

      69. 8

      21.8

      71.2

      22.9

      73.2

      22.5

      72.5

      20.7

      69.3

      19.4

      66.9

      Avg. Water Temperature °C (°F)

      18.9

      66

      18.1

      64.6

      18.1

      64.6

      18.5

      65.3

      19.3

      66.7

      20.4

      68.7

      21.3

      70.3

      22.3

      72.1

      23.1

      73.6

      22.9

      73.2

      21.6

      70.9

      20

      68

      Max. Water temperature °C (°F)

      19.4

      66.9

      18.4

      65.1

      18.3

      64.9

      18.8

      65.8

      19.7

      67.5

      21

      69.8

      21.9

      71.4

      22.8

      73

      23.3

      73.9

      23. 2

      73.8

      22.4

      72.3

      20.7

      69.3

      In Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Atlantic Ocean), a water temperature of about 20.40°C | 68.72°F is achieved in the annual average.

      The lowest water temperatures per month are reached in March at around 17.90°C | 64.22°F. The average highest water temperatures are around 23.30°C | 73.94°F and are measured during September.

      At about 23.30°C | 73.94°F is the maximum water temperature of the year. This is reached around September 26. The minimum value is 17.90°C | 64.22°F and is measured around the date of March 03.

      The following water was used as the basis for the specified water temperatures for Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Atlantic Ocean.

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      The closest Airports of Santa Cruz de Tenerife are: Tenerife North Airport (TFN) 9.56km,Tenerife South Airport (TFS) 55.75km,Gran Canaria Airport (LPA) 102.60km

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      Resort name Air temperature
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      Adeje 20.0°C 14.9°C 13.3%

      19.2°C 11 a.m. 25m.
      Guia de Isora 18.8°C 14.3°C 14.5%

      19.2°C 11 a.m. 15m.
      Golf del Sur 20.8°C 17.5°C 11. 1%

      19.0°C 11 a.m. 40m.
      Gran Canaria 20.8°C 16.6°C 14.9%

      18.7°C 11 a.m. 13m.
      canisu 17.5°C 15.6°C 38.7%

      1 day (37.7 mm.)

      18.0°C 08h. 21m.
      Corralejo 19.4°C 17.3°C 28.1%

      18.1°C 09h. 37m.
      Costa Adeje 20.8°C 17.2°C 12.3%

      19.2°C 11 a.m. 31m.
      La Palma 18.9°C 16.6°C 29.2%

      1 day (23.7 mm.)

      19.3°C 09h. 30m.
      La Orotava 18.8°C 14.9°C 25.4%

      1 day (24.3 mm.)

      18. 9°C 09h. 57m.
      Lanzarote 19.4°C 16.7°C 30.0%

      18.0°C 09h. 24m.
      Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 19.7°C 16.6°C 29.0%

      18.7°C 09h. 31m.
      Los Gigantes 20.1°C 15.6°C 14.5%

      19.2°C 11 a.m. 16m.
      Los Cristianos 20.9°C 17.6°C 12.3%

      19.2°C 11 a.m. 31m.
      Madeira 14.8°C 13.7°C 41.9%

      2 days (39.0 mm.)

      18.1°C 07h. 58m.
      Maspalomas 20.6°C 17.1°C 14.5%

      18.7°C 11 a.m. 15m.
      Playa de San Augustin 20. 8°C 17.0°C 15.1%

      18.6°C 11 a.m. 12m.
      Playa del Inglés 20.6°C 17.1°C 14.5%

      18.7°C 11 a.m. 16m.
      Playa de Las Americas 20.9°C 17.6°C 12.3%

      19.2°C 11 a.m. 32m.
      Porto Santo 17.5°C 16.6°C 47.2%

      2 days (32.4 mm.)

      17.7°C 07h. 20m.
      Puerto de la Cruz 19.6°C 15.8°C 21.7%

      1 day (19.1 mm.)

      18.9°C 10h. 24m.
      Puerto de Mogan 20.7°C 17.2°C 13.2%

      18.9°C 11 a.m. 25m.
      Puerto del Carmen 19.6°C 17. 0°C 28.5%

      18.0°C 09h. 35m.
      Puerto de Santiago 20.6°C 16.1°C 13.2%

      19.2°C 11 a.m. 25m.
      Santa Cruz de la Palma 18.9°C 16.6°C 29.5%

      1 day (23.4 mm.)

      19.1°C 09h. 28m.
      Santa Cruz de Tenerife 19.0°C 16.3°C 32.8%

      18.9°C 09h. 03m.
      Tenerife 16.7°C 12.4°C 27.0%

      1 day (28.9mm.)

      18.9°C 09h. 46m.
      Funchal 14.8°C 13.7°C 42.1%

      2 days (39.8 mm.)

      18.1°C 07h. 56m.
      Fuerteventura 19.7°C 16.8°C 25. 3%

      18.2°C 09h. 57m.
      El Medano 20.7°C 16.9°C 12.7%

      18.9°C 11 a.m. 29m.

      Sundial is an indicator that displays the average number of hours per day during which direct sunlight reaches the earth’s surface. This indicator is influenced by both the length of daylight hours and cloud cover in the daytime.

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      February March April
      Daytime average temperature +16°C +17°C +18°C
      Average temperature at night +12°C +12°C +14°C
      Sea water temperature +19°C +19°C +20°C
      Number of sunny days 15 days 19 days 17 days
      Day length 10. 9 – 11.6 hours 11.6 – 12.4 hours 12.4 – 13.2 hours
      Number of rainy days 2 days 2 days 1 day
      Rainfall 40.6 mm 28.9 mm 23.5 mm
      Average wind speed 4.9 m / s 4.6 m / s 3.9 m / s

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      Air temperature in Tenerife in March

      The graph below provides detailed information about the daytime and nighttime temperatures in Tenerife in March.
      Select the year you are interested in to see daily temperatures in March for that year.

      The average air temperature in March over the past 5 years is 16.7°C during the day and 12.4°C at night.
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      Tenerife sea temperature in March
      The graph below provides detailed information about the water temperature in Tenerife in March.
      Select the year you are interested in to see daily temperatures in March for that year.

      The average sea temperature in Tenerife in March for the last 5 years is 18.9°C
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      Sunny days in Tenerife in March
      The graph below shows the number of sunny, cloudy and overcast days you can expect in Tenerife in March.


      The forecast is based on information about the weather in this resort, collected over the past five years.
      However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

      Rainy days in Tenerife in March

      The graph below shows the probability of precipitation of varying strengths in Tenerife in March.
      The forecast is based on rainfall information for this resort collected over the past five years.
      However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

      Windy days in Tenerife in March

      The chart below shows information on how strong the wind can be in Tenerife in March.
      The forecast is based on information about the strength of the wind at this resort, collected over the past five years.
      However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

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      Here you can find information about the weather in Spain by months: average air and water temperatures, average monthly rainfall.

      The climate and weather in Spain varies greatly depending on which part of the country you are in. Conventionally, there are several climatic zones in Spain. This is the northern part of Spain, central and southeastern. The northern part of Spain has a rather mild climate with gentle winters. Summer, however, is also not particularly hot here. In general, everything is in moderation, both cold and hot. In the central part of Spain, the climate is the most severe. In winter it is cold and frosty, in summer, on the contrary, it is hot and dry. There is practically no rain. The southeastern part of Spain is characterized by a subtropical climate. It has hot summers without precipitation and warm winters. Overall the swimming season in Spain opens in May and ends only in September. The most peak months in every sense are from June to August. This also applies to air temperature, it reaches +32°C. At this time, there is also a high season: Europeans, as a rule, prefer August, in June-July there are more Russian tourists. The hottest climate is in the Canary Islands, where the air temperature rarely drops below +20°C. One of the most popular Canary Islands is Tenerife. Detailed description weather in Spain for months see below.

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        The Spanish winter is not capable of thirty-degree frosts and snowstorms. The weather in Spain in January is quite warm and mild. The average January air temperature ranges from +8 to +14. And in the Canary Islands it is even warmer, here it is always +20 and above! It is a little colder in the central part of the country, here it is only 5 degrees Celsius, sometimes the temperature rises to 10-13 degrees Celsius. Rains in winter in Spain…

      • The weather in Spain in February is the coldest and most changeable: sometimes the sun is shining, then suddenly it rains sharply, and it can even sprinkle with snow! The average temperature is 10-13 degrees Celsius. It rains a lot in Spain in February. However, in the Canary Islands, everything is also + 21 ° С.

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      • Spain in March – this is the beginning of spring, the beginning of the renewal of nature. In March, everything around Spain begins to bloom, and the weather in Spain in March pleases with spring warmth. The air temperature rises to +17-19°С. In March the weather in Spain brings more sun and less rain. It is still too early to open the swimming season, but in the Canary Islands in March the temperature already reaches +24°С, and the water temperature is +20°С…

      • April really warms up after the capricious winter months. The weather in April in Spain is mild and warm. The air warms up to +23°С. There is practically no rain in April, as a rule, in Spain in April it is dry, warm and sunny. On average, the water temperature still does not exceed + 15 ° C, but in Tenerife, Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands in April it is already quite possible to swim. The water temperature here is about + 22 ° С …

      • Spain this month will be remembered for its bright holidays, for example, on May 2, Madrid Day is celebrated – a very spectacular event. At this holiday you will be able to see the Spanish military parade with your own eyes. Undoubtedly, you will enjoy May Spain. And not only because mass holidays and fun await you.

        The weather in Spain in May is hot and dry, and nothing else is needed!
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        The weather in Spain in June is even hotter than in May. The temperature warms up to + 27 ° – + 29С . Grape plantations begin to bloom, from which the aroma that stretches through the Spanish streets is simply magnificent! Precipitation in Spain in July is infrequent. The rains are short lived. At this time, the water temperature rises to +22°С, but in the northern part of the country it is about +18-+20°С warm. Weather in June in Spain

      • July Spain will surely please you if you like hot weather. The weather in Spain in July is a combination of a great beach holiday with excursion programs. Indeed, in Spain there is something to see. Let’s get back to the weather. The thermometer reaches +30°C, and finally we can say with confidence that a full-fledged summer has come in Spain. The water in the sea is getting even warmer and reaches a temperature of…

      • The weather in Spain in August still indulges with hot days. The air temperature is kept at +30 +35°С. It is so hot in the cities of Spain that it becomes more difficult for local residents to work than usual. The night coolness saves from the heat, the air temperature drops to + 26 ° С. And, of course, mainly water refreshes. Its average temperature is +25°C. Coastal breeze…

      • The weather in Spain in September allows you to have a great time! In September, it is still warm in summer, but the main flow of tourists has already “dispersed”, so you can enjoy a great vacation without the fuss and inconvenience. The average air temperature is kept at +28°С. The water in the sea is still kept at +24°C. Prices for holidays in Spain in September are already much lower. In almost all parts of the country…

      • Autumn – it’s autumn in Spain too! The weather in October in Spain is still warm, but not so predictable. In October, you can still afford a beach holiday in Spain, if it doesn’t rain. The air temperature rushes up and down, on average about + 20 + 25 ° С, and + 21 ° С for water. In the Canary Islands at this time the water temperature is the warmest (+23-+24°С). In October, there is no longer a sweltering heat, but the sun …

      • The end of summer doesn’t mean that Spain will be boring. Yes, the weather in Spain in November can no longer be called hot. However, November in Spain is the best time for sightseeing tours. In November, ticket prices are much lower compared to the summer period. At the same time, it is warm enough to make the rest comfortable. The average air temperature is +19°C, and the water temperature is +13°C. The swimming season is already closed…

      • The weather in December in Spain is, to put it mildly, not summery. The air temperature at this time of the year drops to +13°-+15°С, and the water cools down to +12°С. Tourists who especially want to continue the swimming season should go to the Canary Islands, but even there the water temperature is only +16 °C. But still, in December in Spain you will not get bored. In December, the Spaniards celebrate Christmas, so this…


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      The Canary Islands, which form the archipelago, include seven large islands: Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, La Gomera, La Talma, El Hierro and plus six small islands. The islands are located off the coast of Africa.

      They are located in the Atlantic Ocean, territorially these islands belong to the state of Spain. All of them are of volcanic origin. The total area of ​​the archipelago is 7300 km2. It stretched for 450 km, so the weather on the islands can be different. Even the microclimate of one island can differ in different parts of it, and in Gran Canaria there are 18 climatic zones at all.

      Relative humidity in January is 72%, and in July it is slightly above 77%. The average precipitation for the archipelago is 300 mm. The peak period for rainfall is from November to January. Most of it falls in the mountains. On the islands you can even meet snow, some of the high peaks are covered with it. The wind rose is dominated by northerly trade winds. Periodically they are replaced by the winds of the Sahara, the so-called Tiempo Africano. At this time, the air temperature warms up to +40°C. Even sandstorms sometimes reach the eastern shores of the Canary Islands. Of course, storms are practically losing their strength, because. overcome a long way, and the visibility of the eastern shores of the islands of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura during these periods drops to 100 meters.

      At an altitude of 400 to 1,500 meters above sea level, on the northern sides of the islands, there is a belt of evergreen forests of monteverde, which was formed under the constant influence of the northeast trade winds. Here you will take away laurel forests: Canarian laurel, Indian Perseus, fetid okotea, you will meet Portuguese bird cherry, honey spurge, Canary holly, broad-leaved holly, Canary geranium, Canarian willow, large-leaved St. , heather treelike. Significant areas are covered with Canarian pine forests.

      Vegetation on the islands, depending on the height above sea level, is divided into 6 zones . At an altitude of 0 to 700 meters, xerophytes predominate, which are adapted to long periods of drought, scorching sun and strong winds. Here you will find wax ivy and spurge. At an altitude of 200-600 meters there is a transition zone characterized by moderate temperatures and occasional precipitation. This zone is dominated by dracaena, juniper, palm trees and other plants. Heights of 500-1000 meters are covered with dense laurel forests. Fog and rain are typical precipitation for this zone. You can also meet holly, wax, black and red trees. At an altitude of 1000-1500 meters, laurel forests are replaced by dry-loving plants. Tree-like heather, waxwort and holly grow here. At altitudes from 800 to 2000 meters, pine forests grow from Canary pine, broom, and sunflower. The height of more than 2000 meters is occupied by alpine vegetation, which is adapted to a dry climate and sharp temperature changes.

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      Wind and current map of the Canary Islands

      1. The Canary Islands are characterized by a trade-wind tropical and moderately hot, dry climate. The Canary Islands are close to Africa (100-180 km) and to the Sahara Desert. Therefore, a sultry wind blows from this side. Because of this, the eastern islands are drier.
      2. Trade winds constantly blow from the northeast, they soften the influence of Africa and bring moisture.
      3. The climate of the Canary Islands is also influenced by the cold Canary Current of the Atlantic Ocean. A permanent anticyclone over the Azores makes the climate in the Canaries region milder. Thanks to the cold Canary current, the beaches are not hot, and there is less rainfall.
      4. The Canary Islands have a mountainous terrain and mountains, which significantly affect the climate and weather. The highest islands of the Canaries are Tenerife, Gran Canaria and La Palma. Here on the coast the air temperature is 20 degrees and above, and in the mountains there may be snow.
      5. The weather and climate of all seven islands of the archipelago will differ significantly. In the northern part, the climate is more humid and cold, respectively, the vegetation of the northern islands is lush and green. On the south side, the climate is drier.

      Canary archipelago

      In general, the climate of the Canary Islands is defined as follows: most days of the year there is dry and sunny weather. The temperature regime in summer is from 23 to 35 degrees in summer, from 18 to 30 degrees in winter. The difference between the average temperature of the cold and warm months is 8 degrees. Due to the mild climate, the tourist season lasts all year. The islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria became the most popular for tourists.

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      Tenerife is the largest island in the archipelago and is located next to Canaria. The last volcanic eruption on the island occurred in 1909. Mount Teide (3718 m above sea level) is located in the center of the island. The island is considered the highest in the Atlantic Ocean. As a result of the activity of the volcano, a ridge formed on the island, which divided it into two parts: northern and southern.

      Tenerife is translated from the language of the indigenous inhabitants of the Guanches “snow mountain” or is called “island with two faces” due to climatic differences. In general, during the year the air temperature varies from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius. In the southern part of the island the climate is hotter, in the northern part it is cooler. The microclimate of the island is directly related to the height of the volcanic mountain of Tenerife, so it catches the clouds and creates shade even on the southern beaches. This is well expressed in the huge variety of plant life around the mountain. The temperature regime on the island of Tenerife by months presents the following picture (average air and water temperature):

      • January 22°C and 18°C ​​
      • February 21°C and 18°C ​​
      • March 23°C and 18°C ​​
      • April 23°C and 19°C
      • May 24°C and 20°C
      • June 26°C and 21°C
      • July 28°C and 23°C
      • August 30°C and 24°C
      • September 28°C and 23°C
      • October 26°C and 22°C
      • November 23°C and 21°C
      • December 21°C and 20°C

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      Tourists who have already visited both developed islands prefer Gran Canaria, as the average annual air temperature is 3-5 degrees higher, especially in winter. This is because the island of Gran Canaria is located just south of the island of Tenerife.

      The mild favorable climate of the island of Gran Canaria is determined by its unique location in the Atlantic Ocean. Summer temperature reaches +35, in winter +30 during the day, +18 at night. The water warms up near the southern coast no more than +24, and in the winter months it does not fall below +20. This temperature regime is due to the Canary Current, which is a tributary of the Gulf Stream. There is no sweltering heat, so it is very pleasant to relax here.

      Gran Canaria also has a mountain range that divides the island into two distinct climatic zones. In the southern part, the climate and weather are hotter, and the humidity is less, as the mountains hold back the flow of air that brings precipitation. The solar year in the south of the island is 350 days a year. The average annual temperature regime of air and water is as follows:

      • January 25°C and 21°C
      • February 24°C and 21°C
      • March 25°C and 21°C
      • April 26°C and 22°C
      • May 27°C and 22°C
      • June 28°C and 23°C
      • July 30°C and 24°C
      • August 32°C and 24°C
      • September 29°C and 24°C
      • October 28°C and 23°C
      • November 27°C and 22°C
      • December 26°C and 22°C

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      Gran Canaria

      The most beautiful nature with different landscapes is determined by the climate. The nature of the island is diverse: in the south of the island there are more deserts, in the central part of the forest, in the west there are deep gorges, in the north there are volcanic mountains with green slopes and black volcanoes – the nature of contrasts. It is the island of Gran Canaria that is called a miniature continent for its qualities.

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      In January, going to the Canary Islands, you need to know that at this time there is sometimes wind here. Therefore, you need to have extra clothing if you want to visit mountainous areas, it can be cold there.

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      In February, it is most comfortable to sunbathe and swim in the very south-west of the island, during the day the temperature can be up to + 28°C, and the water is +21°C. In Gran Canaria, the coastal waters are warmer than those off the coast of Tenerife, as it is located further south, closer to the African coast.

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      In March, the average daytime temperature is +25°C, water +21°C. Short-term precipitation falls. Comfortable swimming this month is also best in the southwest.

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      In April, the water temperature begins to rise and reaches +22°C. It is still cool at night, but during the day in the south of Gran Canaria it is already + 26 ° C, the wind is extremely rare, it gets hot in the Maspalomas resort during the day.

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      In May, the holiday season begins, the air temperature is +27°C, you can sunbathe, it is still cool at night. This month there is no rain and no sweltering heat.

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      In June it rains only in the north of Gran Canaria. Day temperature +28°C, water +23°C. Across the island, the beach season is in full swing.

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      In July the weather is dry, there is no rain all summer. The air temperature can reach + 30 ° C, the water in the ocean + 24 ° C.

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      August is considered the best month for holidays in the Canary Islands, daytime temperatures up to +30°C, water +24°C, warm nights. In the middle of the day, you need to get out of the sun for a couple of hours.

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      In September, the “velvet season” begins. The weather is good for swimming and sunbathing. Daytime temperature +29°C, water up to +24°C. Showers may occur in the north of Gran Canaria.

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      In October the weather remains comfortable and you can still sunbathe even in the resort of Maspalomas, but the water starts to cool down. The air temperature this month is +28°C, and the water is +23°C. Rain is possible even in the south of Gran Canaria, there may be night showers.

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      In November, the temperature drops, during the day +27°C, water +22°C. All winter you can comfortably swim all day only in the southwest of the island, in the resorts of Puerto Rico and Puerto de Mogan. The amount of precipitation increases and the wind intensifies, especially in the evening and in the north of the island. Fog is possible in mountainous areas. In the evening you will need warm clothes, as at night it can be +18°C.

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      In December in the south in the daytime +26°C, water +22°C. Tourists relax on the beaches of Amadores and Anfi del Mar, in the southwest a beach day happens from 10 am to 6 pm, a small number of clouds, rocks cover the breeze.

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      The “Islands of Eternal Spring” are called Canaries. The monthly temperature of is relatively constant throughout the year, due to the unique features of the climate of the archipelago. In 365 days of sunshine, the islands receive more than 3000 hours. As for European resorts, this is a record! Winter season – warm and dry, summer – comfortable without exhausting heat.

      Although Spain owns the islands, they are geographically closer to East Africa. It is precisely its influence, as well as the influence of trade winds , of the Canary current and of the Azores anticyclone , that the archipelago owes beautiful weather all year round. But there are some nuances associated with the climate.

      The average annual temperature in the Canaries is +21 °C. However, in the northern part of each island, the weather differs significantly from its southern half. The difference is most pronounced in winter. The temperature has a “run-up” of 5-6 degrees. The north is windy, densely covered with greenery, humid and cool. The south is warm, sunny, windless and deserted. It is there that it is more comfortable to relax in the winter months, enjoy a beach holiday and even swim.

      The family entertainment industry also attracts travelers to Canary Islands. Temperature air and water, almost unchanged and stable, can reduce the seasonality of its work. Vacationers are offered numerous water sports, boat trips, water parks, excursions, hiking, spas, concert programs and much more …

      TEMPERATURE IN THE CANARIES IN SPRING

      Spring is a popular holiday season. The weather in the Canary Islands is getting drier and sunnier: an average of 26-29 “dry” days per month with a daily sunshine duration of 7-9 hours. From February to March, there is a slight increase in air heating. The average daily temperature in the Canary Islands is +22 °C. From April to May, this figure already reaches +24 degrees Celsius. Ocean water warming – within +22 °C. Although vacation rates have not peaked, there are a lot of tourists in the spring.

      TEMPERATURE IN THE CANARIES IN SUMMER

      Summer months are hot, dry and very sunny. The average daily temperature in the Canary Islands is +27 °C. The sky gives up to 11 hours of daily sunshine. At night, sometimes the air cools down to +18 degrees Celsius. Precipitation is practically absent. Maximum heat – in July and August – up to +30 °C. The warming of the Atlantic water is about +23 degrees Celsius.

      The archipelago is often affected by heat waves in summer. On such days, the maximum temperature in the Canaries may be higher than the average by 7-10 degrees. The rest period from May to October is the most popular among tourists. Prices are appropriate.

      TEMPERATURE IN THE CANARIES IN AUTUMN

      Autumn brings a slow decrease in the average maximum temperatures in the Canary Islands – about +22…+24 °C. By November, the archipelago becomes more humid – 21 dry days per month. Sunlight per day – about 6 hours. Water temperature – +23 °C. September and October weather conditions are almost similar to the summer months.

      TEMPERATURE IN THE CANARIES IN WINTER

      Winter is the coldest period in the Canary Islands. However, this is definitely “high” season . Tourists abound! The most inexpensive vacation is November and mid-December.

      January and December have average daily temperatures around +21 °C. Night cooling is rarely below +8 degrees. The ocean is warm – about +19 ° C.

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      Canary Islands – monthly weather

      The Canary Islands are a group of seven islands of the Canary archipelago, which is washed by the Atlantic Ocean and is part of Spain. Millions of tourists from all over the world choose the Canary Islands for their vacation because of the tropical trade wind climate, which determines moderately hot and dry weather on the islands all year round. Therefore, in order to choose the ideal period for your vacation, you should familiarize yourself in advance with what kind of weather awaits you in the Canary Islands by months.

      Canary Islands – winter weather

      1. December . The first month of winter cannot be called an excellent period for a beach holiday, although it can hardly be called winter. For the new year, the weather in the Canary Islands is more reminiscent of the September weather we are used to, when rains become frequent guests, and a light breeze also blows. The average air temperature during the day in the Canary Islands is +21°С, at night – +16°С, water temperature – +20°С.
      2. January . Despite the bright January sun, which can give you a bronze tan, there is snow in the mountains, which creates an amazing view, especially for bathers. Average temperature during the day – +21°C, at night – +15°C, water temperature – +19°C.
      3. February . The last month of winter, few people will be comfortable for a beach holiday. However, if it is better to swim in the hotel pools in February, then the weather in the Canary Islands is quite suitable for a good tan. The average temperature during the day is +21°С, at night – +14°С, water temperature – +19°С.

      Canaries – spring weather

      1. March . The beginning of spring in the Canary Islands is a rather rainy time. However, the local precipitation is so short-lived that it cannot spoil your mood and impressions of your holiday. Average temperature during the day – +22°C, at night – +16°C, water temperature – +19°C.
      2. April . If you are tired of waiting for spring in your homeland and want to enjoy the gentle sun as soon as possible, it’s time to go to the Canary Islands. In April, real spring comes here: the winds subside and the temperature of the air and water gradually rises. The average temperature during the day is +23°С, at night – +16°С, water temperature – +19°С.
      3. May . During this period, the weather in the Canary Islands is great for a beach holiday, but not everyone wants to swim in the ocean in May, because all the same cold nights do not allow the water to warm up to a more comfortable temperature. The average temperature during the day is +24°C, at night – +16°C, water temperature – 19°C.

      Canary Islands – summer weather

      1. June . Although the weather this month is not much different from spring, the onset of summer is still felt more and more. In June, there are still very few tourists in the Canary Islands, so you can count on a calm and measured rest with full confidence. The average air temperature during the day is +25°C, at night – +18°C, water temperature – +20°C.
      2. July . During this period, real heat comes to the islands, and rains are extremely rare. A real tourist boom begins. The average temperature during the day is +27°С, at night – +20°С, the water temperature is +21°С.
      3. August . In August, in the Canary Islands, the air temperature reaches its maximum. However, this does not hold back the flow of tourists, since the heat in the Canaries cannot be compared with the dry weather of the southern countries. The average temperature during the day is +29°С, at night – +22°С, water temperature – +23°С.

      Canaries in autumn – monthly weather

      1. September . During this period, the weather becomes not so hot, and the temperature of the water in the ocean has not yet had time to noticeably cool down. There are fewer tourists as young people and families with children leave so as not to be late for the start of the school year. The average temperature during the day is +27°С, at night – +21°С, water temperature is +23°С.
      2. October . Weather conditions during this period continue to delight tourists: it is still quite possible to swim and sunbathe, the rains, as a rule, are short-lived, only the air temperature begins to gradually decrease. The average temperature during the day is +26°C, at night – +20°C, water temperature – +22°C.
      3. November . In November, the weather on the islands changes significantly: the air temperature drops, it rains more and more often and the wind increases. The average temperature during the day is +23°С, at night – +18°С, water temperature – +21°С.

      You can also find out about the weather on other exotic islands – Mauritius or Mallorca.

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      Playa de americas tenerife: Playa de las Américas, the most famous beach in Tenerife

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      Playa de las Américas, the most famous beach in Tenerife

      Playa de las Américas has the great merit of pleasing visitors of every kind. This strip of golden sand lapped by crystal-clear waters is located in southern Tenerife between the municipalities of Adeje and Arona, although it mainly belongs to the former. The whole area is known by the same name and is one of the most important tourism hubs on the island, lying next to famous holiday destinations such as Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje. Tenerife in the Canary Islands has endless year-round tourist activities to tempt you and some of its best features are its wonderful temperatures (meaning the beaches can be enjoyed at any time of the year), lush nature, great food and excellent hotel infrastructure.

      What is Playa de las Américas like?

      The Playa de las Américas tourism hub has four artificial beaches for visitors to enjoy that were created using golden sand shipped in straight from the Sahara Desert in Africa. Together these beaches are known as the Playas de las Américas and they stretch out for over a kilometre. Each has its own name: Tierra Negra, El Bobo, Las Américas and Troya. However, they’re not identical. The Las Américas beach stands out for its size as it’s almost 500 metres long and 60 metres wide.

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      One of the features that tourists most appreciate when they visit this coastline are the services on offer. There’s no need to bring a beach umbrella or sun lounger with you because you can hire them on the beach, and you’ll also find showers, shops and plenty of bars, cafés and restaurants. Further services on the beach include access for people with disabilities, a lifeguard service and children’s play areas.

       

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      Playa de las Américas

      If you’re travelling to Tenerife with children, the Playa de las Américas area has everything you could need for the holiday that has it all. You’ll find numerous hotels and apartments, shops selling anything you might need and terraces where you can put your feet up and enjoy a delicious ice cream. The beach, always the best children’s playground, has been adapted to enable access for people with disabilities and has lifeguards to assist you if necessary.

      The Costa Adeje coastline boasts up to 14 beaches and the sand on each has a different texture and colour so you can try something new every day. The water temperature is around 24 degrees all year round making it perfect for family holidays.

      Another great idea is spending a day at Siam Park, about 5 minutes from Playa de las Américas. It’s considered to be one of the best water parks in the world and the numerous rides are set in a theme park inspired by Thai culture—it does an excellent job of recreating temples and other Asian constructions.

      Partying and fun

      The ocean is the star attraction of Playa de las Américas during the day, but when the sun goes down relaxing promenades become a backdrop to wild dancing. During the night, the spotlight turns on an area known as Las Verónicas where nightclubs, cabarets and bars with live music shows are the big draw. Tourists staying in other areas of the island head here for a night out so there are a huge number of different leisure options of this type on offer. It’s clear that the daytime and evening vibes are completely different. If you love being in the thick of things and don’t want to drive a car during your holidays, this area is definitely the place for you to stay.

      Leisure: water sports and golf

      Holidays are usually a time for resting and also doing some sports. If you’re the sort of person who likes to make the most of your trip by getting in touch with nature, Playa de las Américas has a wide range of water sports for you to enjoy, including some that will get the adrenaline pumping such as water skiing and windsurfing. If you know how to scuba dive then you’ll have fun exploring Tenerife’s ocean floor. And if you’ve never tried this sport, you have the chance to dive for the first time here, as there are lots of diving schools in Costa Adeje.

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      Tenerife is also a privileged location for whale watching, so get ready to spot pilot whales, dolphins and other mammals who live in these safe waters. Experts often describe this environment as the best aquarium in the world because it’s almost impossible to take a boat trip without spotting some cetaceans.

      If you’re travelling with the family, let yourself be tempted onto a pirate ship excursion or book a seat on a yellow submarine—experiences you’ll remember for the rest of your life.

      Golf fans don’t have to travel far. Golf Las Américas is an 18-hole golf course dotted with lakes, offering spectacular views and fantastic greens. Another course that will interest golfers is Golf del Sur in San Miguel de Abona, where you can also check if your technique is up to speed.

      Costa Adeje: a wealth of tourist attractions

      Costa Adeje, where the Playa de las Américas tourism hub is mainly located, is part of Adeje, which is the sixth largest municipality on the island and has an inland town centre. Just a few decades ago it would have been hard to imagine that the historic town of Adeje, with monuments such as the Fort House and Saint Ursula Church, would have been eclipsed by its coastline. However, today Costa Adeje is one of Tenerife’s biggest successes in terms of hotel infrastructure and tourist services.

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      While it’s highly tempting to spend your days lying on the beach and enjoying the long nights, we’re going to recommend discovering the area’s impressive nature. Don’t miss spectacular settings such as the Barranco del Infierno—a Special Nature Reserve and the start of a 6-km (round trip) hiking route with incredible views—and the Caldera del Rey.

      Finally, after your intense days of holiday fun around Playa de las Américas, set aside some time for a relaxing afternoon by the ocean and wait patiently for the sun to go down because this area boasts some of the most stunning sunsets on the island.

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      On the south west coast of Tenerife next to Los Cristianos, you will find the lively resort of Playa de las Americas. This resort has been a top holiday destination since the 1960’s and, to this day, is still a firm favourite.

      Playa de Las Americas is an ideal place if you like some hustle and bustle and a great night life. For those who like to party, enjoy a cocktail, karaoke and the club scene, Playa de las Americas has it all.  There are live music venues and cabaret bars to keep you entertained.  It is the liveliest resort in Tenerife.

      In addition, it offers wonderful beaches with golden sand and equipped with sunbeds to hire. The waters are safe for swimmers and life guards are on duty. There are lots of options for water sports.

      You will find a plentiful supply of places to eat and drink on the beach front and lots of tapas bars and restaurants in the resort. It’s also a great place for a family day out, as there is a lot of children’s entertainment.

      If you are looking for somewhere quiet, then Playa de las Americas probably isn’t the place to stay. However, if you are young, or young at heart and love to party, you will love Playa de las Americas.

      Beaches at Playa de las Americas

      Playa de Troya

      The main beach in Playa de las Americas is Playa de Troya, which is a man made beach of fine white sand. Swimming in the sea is enjoyable for everyone here, due to the protected nature of the beach.  The beach is in a bay and the sea is clear and calm.

      There are lots of sunbeds and parasols for hire and there are shower and toilet facilities by the beach.  You may need to get there early in peak season if you want to hire a sunbed as it can get busy.

      If you enjoy water sports and activities you will have plenty to choose from at Playa de Troya.  The beach also has life guards on duty. For something to eat or drink, there is a wide variety of places to choose from nearby the beach. Playa de Troya is a great place to sit with a cocktail and watch the sunset!

      Playa de Guincho

      Close to Playa de Troya, Playa de Guincho is the perfect place for windsurfers, surfers and those who enjoy water sports. If you like to sunbathe then nearby Playa de Troya would be your preferred option, as the beach at Playa de Guincho is quite rocky. Playa de Guincho is a smaller beach but a better choice if you prefer an active day on the beach to sunbathing.

      What to Do in Playa de las Americas

      Apart from the nightlife, there are numerous options for days out and entertainment to enjoy in and around Playa de las Americas.

      Boat trips

      There are many different choices for boat trips from Playa de las Americas. Why not take a half day or full day trip and discover some of the hidden beauty spots away from the main resorts?

      For a special occasion you can book your own private charter and sit back and enjoy the scenery.  From secluded, hard to reach places you can go swimming and snorkelling.  Lunch is provided on board and champagne too!

      Dolphin and Whale watching

      You can also choose a trip to go dolphin and whale watching, and maybe even some turtles. Boat trips make a brilliant day out for the whole family and an experience that everyone will enjoy.

      Diving

      Tenerife has some of the best scuba diving in Europe so why not give it a go. So, whether you are new to diving or an experienced diver, why not book a session with one of the diving centers? You can book a dive as a group or individually, to cater for your needs.  If you want to learn how to dive then there are courses you can take during your stay on the island.

      Bike tours

      One of the best ways to see the island is to go on one of the many bike tours that are available. Whether you are a beginner, prefer road bikes or mountain bikes, you can find a tour to suit you. If you can’t be away from home without your bike, you can also rent a bike and keep up with your training.

      Siam Park

      Only 5 minutes away from Playa de las Americas is the largest water park in Tenerife. Siam Park opened in 2008 and new water rides have been added since its opening.  For the adrenalin junkie you need to try The Tower of Power.  You will drop 28 meters from the top!

      If water rides aren’t for you, then a relaxing trip along the Lazy River is a more sedate way to see the park.  Both the swimmer and the non swimmer will enjoy a day out at Siam Park. You can stay for the whole day as there are places to relax and sunbathe and eat and drink.

      Shopping in Playa de las Americas

      There are lots of shops selling everything you need in Playa de las Americas. If you are looking for something to take home with you, you will find plenty of shops selling the usual holiday souvenirs.

      The Golden Mile shopping centre is a lovely area to walk around whilst doing some retail therapy.  There is a plentiful selection of shops and restaurants.  It is an area purely for pedestrians, making it a pleasant place to wander and people watch.

      Duty free shopping

      As Tenerife and the Canary Islands are in a duty free zone, there is a wide selection of shops selling duty free goods. Remember to check your allowance before purchasing large amounts to take home with you. You can find more information about this on our Duty Free page.

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      Holidays to Playa de las Americas, Tenerife 2022/2023

      Year-round sunshine, brilliant beaches and a glittering nightlife scene make Playa de las Americas one of the top choices for Tenerife holidays.

      Playa de las Americas is one of the most popular resorts in Tenerife. It’s situated in the south, boasting a fantastic location in-between Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos. This vibrant resort is famous for its nightlife, with a lively strip that’s home to a selection of nightclubs. While you can expect impressive performances and plenty of beach parties, there’s lots more to keep you entertained on holidays to Playa de las Americas. Beautiful Blue Flag beaches, thrilling water parks and towering volcanoes are just a few things on the list!

      Outdoor attractions in Playa de las Americas

      Tenerife is the largest of all the Canary Islands, and with a holiday in Playa de las Americas, you’ll be well-placed to explore the island’s top attractions. Head to Teide National Park to see the iconic Mount Teide which has the highest summit in Spain. This is also where you’ll find the Pico Viejo volcano, which has the second highest peak in Tenerife and the Canary Islands. One of the best ways to admire the spectacular volcanoes is to take an exciting cable car ride.

      Holidays in Playa de las Américas were made for enjoying the great outdoors. As well as incredible volcanoes, the nearby resort of Los Gigantes is home to stunning rock formations known as the ‘cliffs of the giants’.

      Aquatic activities are also a hit with holidaymakers. With so many gorgeous beaches, water sports are a top choice. Jet skiing, windsurfing and scuba diving in crystal-clear waters are particularly popular. Boat trips are an ideal option for those wanting to take to the seas. There are lots to choose from, including sunset cruises and submarine tours that give you the chance to get up close to sea life. The coast of Playa de las Americas is a natural habitat for dolphins and whales. Take a boat tour at any time of the year to spot Bottlenose dolphins and Pilot whales.

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      Why book Playa De Las Americas holidays

      Hit the nightlife & bar scene

      Head to Veronica’s Strip for busting bars, pubs and nightclubs, or the Patch for live music.

      Discover the best beaches

      Playa de Troya is the most popular beach in the area, and Playa del Camison is favoured by families.

      Fun water parks

      There are two wonderful water parks nearby–Aqualand Costa Adeje and Siam Park–which are great for the whole family.

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      Top five things to do in Playa de las Americas

      From action-packed water parks and late-night parties, to beautiful beaches where you can laze the day away–Playa de las Americas holidays can be as exciting or laid-back as you like.

      • Beach-hop: Playa de las Americas is home to a collection of brilliant beaches, including Playa del Camison and Playa de Troya. Try to see as many as you can on your Tenerife holiday.
      • Visit Teide National Park: Tick Tenerife’s most iconic attraction off your list with a trip to the famous Mount Teide. This towering volcano’s summit is the tallest point in Spain.
      • Spend the day at Siam Park: This amazing water park has been voted the best in the world multiple times. It’s family-friendly with lots of exciting water slides, a lazy river and a blissful beach.
      • Experience the nightlife: Playa de las Americas is known for its buzzing nightlife scene. If you want to dance the night away, head straight to Veronica’s Strip which is lined with bars, pubs and nightclubs.
      • Hit the golf course: Tenerife is a paradise for golfers–the warm weather and pristine courses make for excellent playing conditions. The 18-hole Golf Las Americas is a top choice. It’s set amongst beautiful scenery and has a restaurant and pro shop.

      The best beaches in Playa de las Americas

      Playa de las Americas is the perfect destination for a beach holiday. Take your pick from golden sandy beaches and pretty pebble coves.

      • Playa del Camison: A palm-fringed beach that’s perfect for families thanks to its soft sands and calm waters. The promenade has lots of cafes and restaurants to choose from when you’re feeling peckish.
      • Playa de Troya: This is the most popular beach in Playa de las Americas. It’s made up of two bays separated by a breakwater, making it great for children. Hire a sun lounger to relax, or try fun water sports like jet skiing, windsurfing, parasailing or pedal boat rides.
      • Playa de las Americas: The area’s namesake beach puts you right in the middle of the action. It’s right next to a collection of shops, bars and restaurants, which you can explore after spending the day unwinding on a sun lounger. Surfers come here especially to ride the famous La Izquierda wave.
      • Playa del Duque: One of the best sandy beaches in Tenerife! The stunning Playa del Duque is nearby in Costa Adeje. It boasts Blue Flag status, dazzling turquoise waters and soft, golden sands.
      • Playa de las Vistas: This sandy stretch is known as “the beach of views’ for its beauty. It’s located on the Los Cristianos side of the resort and is a favourite with families. You’ll have everything you need for a brilliant beach day, including golden sand, water sports, sun loungers and restaurants. Go snorkelling or scuba diving here to find fish and flora.

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      Food and drink in Playa de las Americas

      From Spanish tapas meals to international cuisine and Canarian classics, foodies will have plenty to choose from on Playa de las Americas holidays.

      • Your holiday wouldn’t be complete without sampling classic Canarian cuisine. One of the top dishes is papas arrugadas, which are tasty salted potatoes served with a spicy sauce called Mojo. You’ll find goat’s cheese and fresh fish on most menus too.
      • Playa de las Americas has restaurants to suit every taste, so you’re guaranteed to find something to put a smile on your face. There are a host of international eateries serving American, Italian, Chinese and Mediterranean meals, to name just a few.
      • There are multiple Michelin Star restaurants in Tenerife, including Nub, which is in neighbouring Costa Adeje and showcases Latin-Italian fusion. MB Restaurant in nearby Guia de Isora specialises in Basque cuisine and boasts two Michelin stars!
      • If you want to see the sunset as you dine, there’s no shortage of beachside eateries. Playa de Troya has plenty of options with outdoor seating offering stunning sea views. Monkey Beach Club serves sushi, tapas and seafood. It also hosts special events and late-night beach parties.
      • Tenerife is known for producing fantastic wines. Sip on fine wines at local bars or book a tasting tour and visit one of the island’s vineyards, where you can try several varieties.

      The best nightlife in Playa de las Americas

      Playa de las Americas has the best nightlife in Tenerife! Holidaymakers flock here to visit the bustling strip and enjoy parties at the resort’s top bars and clubs.

      • Veronica’s Strip is the place to party in Playa de las Américas. It’s lined with countless bars, pubs, karaoke venues and nightclubs. Head here late in the evening and prepare to dance the night away.
      • Beach clubs are big in Playa de las Americas. Start with a tasty meal at one of the seafront clubs, before sipping on cocktails and dancing on the sand. Papagayo Beach Club hosts lively events with DJ sets.
      • The Patch is a nightlife hotspot that’s a little quieter than Veronica’s Strip. There’s still lots to do including quizzes, karaoke and comedy shows. There are several bars and restaurants, and you’ll also find some family-friendly venues in this area.
      • The Starco Centre (Centro Comercial Starco) has a collection of bars and nightclubs. Partygoers often come here before heading off to Veronica’s Strip. Tramps is one of the most famous nightclubs in Tenerife, and you’ll find it here. It hosts DJ nights, discos and themed parties.
      • If you prefer live music over all-night parties, there’s plenty to keep you entertained. Playa de las Americas has lots of bars where local and visiting bands regularly perform. Top venues include SAX Bar (which hosts rock music) and the Dubliner–an Irish pub.

      Holiday types

      Playa de las Americas family holidays

      Family holidays to Tenerife will be filled with unforgettable moments, from exciting water park visits to incredible animal encounters.

      • Siam Park: Spend the day racing down water slides at Siam Park. This Thai-inspired water park has been voted the best in the world multiple times, and it has something for the whole family. Thrill-seekers will want to try the famous Tower of Power attraction, while little ones will love the splash play areas.
      • Aqualand: Smaller than Siam Park, but still loads of fun, Aqualand Costa Adeje is another water park worth visiting with the kids. Speed down water slides, glide along the lazy river, and meet beautiful dolphins at the dolphinarium.
      • Jungle Park: Get up close to amazing animals like crocodiles, leopards, orangutans and penguins at Jungle Park. Afterwards, stop at the nearby Monkey Park, a small haven for endangered primates. Look out for monkeys, parrots, reptiles and birds.
      • Submarine Safaris: Get ready to embark on an underwater adventure in a submarine! This family-friendly experience takes you 100 feet beneath the ocean to see magnificent marine life up close. There’s also a free pick-up bus service from Playa de las Americas that will take you to the attraction.
      • Whale watching: Take a boat trip out to sea to search for majestic Pilot whales. You can also book a place on a Royal Delphin catamaran cruise, where you can search for whales and dolphins through unique underwater windows that offer unrivalled views.

      Playa de las Americas couples holidays

      Planning a couples holiday to Playa de las Americas? There’s so much to do, from outdoor adventures to romantic sunset cruises and much more.

      • The cliffs of Los Gigantes (Acantilados de Los Gigantes) are one of Tenerife’s most iconic attractions. One of the best ways to appreciate the ‘cliffs of the giants’ is by boat. Book a trip out to sea, and stop to snorkel in the crystal-clear waters.
      • Playa de las Americas is great for shopping. Head to the Siam Mall for high street shops or the Safari Centre for designer boutiques. If you fancy a day trip, Tenerife’s capital, Santa Cruz, has lots of designer shops to browse.
      • For an evening of entertainment, head to the Piramide de Arona–an amazing, Egyptian-inspired auditorium in Playa de las Americas. This unique venue hosts dazzling shows with music and dancing.
      • Take to the seas on an exciting boat tour. Playa de las Americas has a wide range of aquatic adventures, including dolphin and whale watching excursions, fishing trips, boat parties and spectacular sunset cruises on a catamaran.
      • If you’re thinking of an all-inclusive holiday to Tenerife, Playa de las Americas has lots of options with fantastic facilities, including a la carte restaurants, multiple pools and relaxing spas. There are also some gorgeous adult-only hotels that are perfect for a romantic getaway.

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      Your Playa de las Americas questions answered

      • Where is Playa de las Americas?
      • How far is Playa de las Americas from the airport?
      • How far is Costa Adeje from Playa de las Americas?
      • When is the best time to visit Playa de las Americas?
      • When is the cheapest time to visit Playa de las Americas?
      • What can I do in Playa de las Americas?
      • Is Playa de las Américas lively?
      • Is Playa de las Americas family-friendly?

      Where is Playa de las Americas?

      Playa de las Americas is a bustling resort in the south of Tenerife. It’s close to other popular resorts like Los Cristianos, which is 10 minutes away, and Costa Adeje, which is only 5 minutes away.

      How far is Playa de las Americas from the airport?

      Playa de las Americas is only a 15-minute drive from Tenerife South Airport. There are several ways to get to the resort. You can take a taxi, pre-book a shuttle service or get the bus. You might even choose to hire a car if you’d like to explore the island.

      You could also fly into Tenerife North airport, although the journey to the resort will take around one hour.

      How far is Costa Adeje from Playa de las Americas?

      Costa Adeje is just 5 minutes away from Playa de las Americas by car. It’s well worth spending the day in this gorgeous neighbouring town. As well as having beautiful beaches like Playa del Duque, there are lots of activities to enjoy, including water park visits, animal encounters and shopping.

      When is the best time to visit Playa de las Americas?

      If you’re a sunseeker, you’ll want to visit Playa de las Americas during the summer. On average, temperatures range from 23-26°C between June and August, with the latter being the hottest month overall, with highs of up to 31°C.

      If you’d prefer milder temperatures and want to avoid the crowds, we’d recommend booking your holiday outside of the peak summer period. January is the driest month, making this a fantastic time to visit for some winter sun. Spring is also a good time to visit, with temperatures ranging from 20-22°C in April and May.

      When is the cheapest time to visit Playa de las Americas?

      For the best Playa de las Americas holiday deals, book outside of the busier summer season. If you search for package holidays between October and May, you might find some cheap getaways.

      Playa de las Americas is also a great location for some winter sun. Like the rest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife boasts year-round sunshine, making it perfect for beach getaways at any time of year. By booking during the winter months, you can find some amazing cheap holiday deals.

      What can I do in Playa de las Americas?

      Holidays to Playa de las Americas can be as relaxed or action-packed as you like. There are lots of gorgeous beaches in the area that are perfect for lazing the day away. If you want to get out and about, you can enjoy boat trips, try exhilarating water sports, browse designer boutiques, have fun at water parks, or visit the iconic Mount Teide.

      Is Playa de las Américas lively?

      Playa de las Americas is known for being the party capital of Tenerife. The vibrant Veronica’s Strip is lined with bars, pubs and nightclubs that are open until the early hours. If you want to party, you’ll have plenty of options.

      If you’d prefer something quieter, don’t worry! There’s so much to do in Playa de las Americas aside from the nightlife, including shopping, boat trips, water parks and outdoor adventures.

      Is Playa de las Americas family-friendly?

      Yes! Despite being known for its dazzling parties, Playa de las Americas is a great holiday destination for families. There are lots of amazing beaches and family-friendly hotels in the area, plus countless activities to keep the whole family entertained. Water parks like Siam Park and Aqualand Costa Adeje are right on your doorstep, and the nearby Jungle Park is also worth a visit.

      Book your family holiday with loveholidays to benefit from low deposits and ATOL-protected getaways.

      Top Playa De Las Americas hotels

      Not sure which hotel to go to? Check out our top hotels:

      5 Star Hotels

      • Europe Villa Cortes Hotel
      • Mediterranean Palace Hotel (Mare Nostrum Resort)
      • Sir Anthony Hotel

      4 Star Hotels

      • Best Tenerife Hotel
      • Cleopatra Palace Hotel (Mare Nostrum Resort)
      • Coral Ocean View (adults only)
      • Coral Suites & Spa
      • Gala
      • Gara Suites Golf & Spa
      • Gran Oasis Resort
      • Green Garden Resort & Suites
      • h20 Conquistador
      • h20 Las Palmeras
      • Hotel Troya
      • La Siesta
      • Ole Tropical Tenerife Hotel
      • Parque de la Paz
      • Sol Tenerife
      • Spring Hotel Bitacora
      • Spring Hotel Vulcano
      • Tigotan Lovers & Friends (Adults Only)
      • Vanilla Garden Hotel
      • Zentral Center Hotel

      3 Star Hotels

      • Apartamentos Marola Park
      • Catalonia Oro Negro
      • Columbus Aparthotel
      • Coral California
      • Coral Compostela Beach
      • Coral Compostela Beach Golf
      • Granada Park
      • HD Parque Cristobal Tenerife
      • Hotel Andorra
      • Las Piramides
      • Palm Beach Tenerife
      • Park Club Europe – All Inclusive
      • Parque Santiago III and IV
      • Servatur Caribe
      • Udalla Park
      • Vistasur

      2 Star Hotels

      • Alegria Barranco
      • Andorra Apartments
      • Apartamentos Oro Blanco
      • Apartamentos Paradero II
      • Florida Park Club
      • Las Floritas
      • Paradero Apartments
      • Paraiso Del Sol Apartments (Fase lII)
      • Parque de las Americas
      • Playazul

      1 Star Hotels

      • Marola Portosin Apartments

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      For fun in the sun, you can’t beat Playa De Las Americas holidays. This vibrant and dynamic destination hums with energy all year round in its bars and nightclubs, where some of the world’s top DJs do guest spots all through the summer to keep everyone dancing from dusk to dawn. Once you’ve finished raving all night, take a morning stroll along powder-soft beaches and catch the ocean breeze as shimmering water laps gently against Tenerife’s south coast. Families are looked after too on Playa De Las Americas holidays, with plenty of attractions and resorts that are perfect for all ages. If it’s lazy days on a sun lounger, dipping your toes in the water, and building sandcastles that you’re after, then it’s easy to find a place to unwind among the fabulous beaches of Playa De Las Americas.

      Things to do

      There’s plenty to see and do in Playa de las Americas, whether you’re here with your friends for a week of dancing until dawn, or have the family with you for a fabulous beach holiday in the sun. Although it has a reputation as clubber’s central on Tenerife, holidays to Playa De Las Americas are just as good for families or couples. And with year-round sunshine, you can choose to take your break in high season, or during the quieter autumn and spring months. Adrenaline junkies will love the water sports on offer, while a trip into the interior of the island will take you on a journey of discovery through a unique landscape. 

      Vibrant nightlife
      Being the party capital of Tenerife, Playa de las Americas does not disappoint when it comes to a great night out. Party out on the strip until the sun comes up, or have a quieter night in one of their many bars and clubs. Mingle with the locals and make it a holiday to remember. If you delve into the nightlife scene deep enough, you may find some hidden gems.

      Family friendly
      Away from heavy bass music and flashing lights, Playa de las Americas is incredibly family friendly. A wide range of activities including water parks, zoos, tours and paddle-friendly beaches, your children are guaranteed to have the time of their lives. Over half of the hotels in the resort are family friendly, many offering daytime clubs and night time entertainment, so you’ll definitely find one that is suitable for your needs.

      Stunning beaches
      Tenerife boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Particularly the unique volcanic beaches with black sand. Chill out with a group of friends, enjoy watching your child play or walk hand in hand with your partner under the stars. The beaches offer an amazing day out and what makes it better, is that it’s absolutely free.

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      You can expect the mercury to hit over 30°C during the summer, with a cool sea breeze taking the edge off the heat. If you like it a little cooler but still sunny, then spring or autumn sees temperatures in the early to mid-20s (°C).

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      Tenerife South airport is the closest to Playa De Las Americas.

      Playa de las Americas is best for…

      Night owls: The resort is packed with great clubs that open into the small hours. Head to Tramps nightclub in Starco to dance to awesome mixes spun by some of the world’s biggest DJs.

      Families: Let the kids go wild in the magical water parks aross the island. A day out to cool off and have some family fun.

      Beach lovers: Stretch out on miles of soft volcanic sands, with azure water lapping at gently sloping beaches, perfect for paddling or simply lazing around soaking up the sun.

      Fast facts for Playa de las Americas

      Language: The language spoken is Spanish, although English is also widely spoken throughout the resort.

      Currency: The currency used is the Euro (€).

      Local time: Playa de las Americas is the same time as GMT/UK time.

      Fly to: Tenerife South Airport. The transfer to Playa de las Americas takes just 25 minutes.

      Flight time from UK: The flight time to Playa de las Americas is 4.5 hours.

      Tourist information: Further Playa De Las Americas tourist information can be found here.

      Visa / Health: Before you travel, click here for recommendations and advice on visas and health.  

      Holiday destinations related to Playa de las Americas:

      • Puerto De La Cruz
      • Los Cristianos
      • Costa Adeje 

       

      Getting around Playa de las Americas

      By taxi: You can’t miss Tenerife’s white taxis, which are all metered. If you’re planning to go exploring then talk to your taxi driver and set a fixed price before you set off.

      By car hire: Pick up a hire car from the airport or outlets in the main towns and go on your own adventure. It’s a good tip to hire a 4×4 as some of the smaller roads inland can be a bit ‘rural’!

      By bus: Hop on one of the bright green buses nicknamed “guaguas” that zoom around Tenerife. They’re a cheap and cheerful alternative to taxis.

      By tram: Travel in style on board one of the sleek, modern trams that ferry tourists between Santa Cruz in the south and La Laguna in the north.

      Events in Playa de las Americas

      Dazzling costumes: Leave the clouds and the drizzle behind and join the fiesta in February and March when it’s carnival time. Get your dancing shoes on and party all night, when the island comes alive with dazzling costumes and joyful music that you won’t be able to resist! It’s time to take to the streets and party hard with the locals.

      Colourful parades: Just a few weeks later, it’s time for the big Easter celebrations, with more processions and colourful parades as everyone gets into the festive spirit.

      Dance party: The Arona Summer Festival raises the temperature even higher in August when international live acts and DJs turn the Olympic Stadium into one huge dance party.

      Playa de las Americas safety and security

      For the latest safety and security advice visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/health

      Playa de las Americas weather

      Temperature: Usually in the 30s (°C)

      Summers are hot and dry, with the thermometer hitting the low 30s almost every day. However, an onshore breeze takes the bite out of the heat, making it tolerable even on the hottest days. If you prefer things a little cooler then the best time to plan a Playa De Las Americas holiday is in the spring or autumn, when the mercury drops back down to a more temperate early to mid-20s (°C). Keep an eye on the forecast if you plan to come in November, as this is when you may catch the occasional (if very short-lived) downpour.

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      Should I Visit Santa Cruz de Tenerife or Playa de las Americas for Vacation? Which is Better? Which is Cheaper? Which is More Expensive?

      Should you visit Santa Cruz de Tenerife or Playa de las Americas?

      Which is cheaper to visit? Which is more expensive for vacation?

      If you’re trying to decide where to visit between Santa Cruz de Tenerife or Playa de las Americas, this travel comparison, which includes costs, can help. The overall cost of travel is usually a consideration when deciding where to go next, and the cost comparison down below can help you decide based on the average prices from other travelers along with your own travel budget.

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      Not everyone traveling to Spain is looking to collapse on a beach somewhere. If you’re in search of a bustling, vibrant and colorful Spanish capital city without the crowds of Barcelona, you might want to book a few days in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Located on the eastern tip of the island of Tenerife on the Canary Island chain, Santa Cruz’s bright buildings, charming shops and rich, green scenery are there to greet visitors from all over the world – including you.

      Playa de las Americas

      If you are looking to escape your life – to relax on a modern day pleasure island, then you need to book a trip to the Playa de las Americas resort. Located on the south coast of Tenerife, this party capital never goes to sleep. Packed with nightclubs, bars, live music, shops and restaurants, Playa de las Americas is the stuff Hollywood movies are made of.

      Which city is cheaper, Playa de las Americas or Santa Cruz de Tenerife?

      These are the overall average travel costs for the two destinations.


      • Average Daily Cost

        Per person, per day


        Santa Cruz de Tenerife
        €101


        Playa de las Americas
        €156


      The average daily cost (per person) in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is €101, while the average daily cost in Playa de las Americas is €156. These costs include accommodation (assuming double occupancy, so the traveler is sharing the room), food, transportation, and entertainment. While every person is different, these costs are an average of past travelers in each city. What follows is a categorical breakdown of travel costs for Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Playa de las Americas in more detail.

      Accommodation

      • Accommodation
        Hotel or hostel for one person


        Santa Cruz de Tenerife €36


        Playa de las Americas €92


      • Accommodation
        Typical double-occupancy room


        Santa Cruz de Tenerife
        €72


        Playa de las Americas
        €184

      Local Transportation

      • Local Transportation
        Taxis, local buses, subway, etc.


        Santa Cruz de Tenerife €51


        Playa de las Americas €45

      Hired Cars and Shuttles in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      Some specific examples of transportation prices in Santa Cruz de Tenerife:


      • Private Transfer: Tenerife to Tenerife Airport (TFN):
        $105

      • Departure Private Transfer Tenerife to Tenerife South Airport TFS by Minibus:
        $74

      • Departure Private Transfer Tenerife to Tenerife South Airport TFS by Luxury Van:
        $58

      • Departure Private Transfer Tenerife to Tenerife South Airport TFS by Sedan Car:
        $48

      • Private Airport Transfer: Santa Cruz de Tenerife to Tenerife North Airport (TFN):
        $27

      Is it cheaper to fly into Santa Cruz de Tenerife or Playa de las Americas?

      Prices for flights to both Playa de las Americas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife change regularly based on dates and travel demand. We suggest you find the best prices for your next trip on Kayak, because you can compare the cost of flights across multiple airlines for your prefered dates.

      Food

      • Food
        Meals for one day


        Santa Cruz de Tenerife €34


        Playa de las Americas €36

      Entertainment

      • Entertainment
        Entrance tickets, shows, etc.


        Santa Cruz de Tenerife €20


        Playa de las Americas €24

      Tours and Activities in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      Here are a few actual costs in Santa Cruz de Tenerife for available activities, ticket prices, and tours:


      • Anaga Natural Park Hiking Guided Tour with Hotel Pickup:
        $81

      • Malpaís from Güimar and caves following the Chaxiraxi´s steps hiking tour:
        $68

      • North Tenerife: Full-Day Guided Tour:
        $207

      • Private 4-hour Tour of Santa Cruz de Tenerife with Hotel or Cruise Port pick-up:
        $240

      • Private 4-hour Tour to La Laguna from Tenerife from Hotel or Port pick-up:
        $434

      • Private 4-hour Tour to UNESCO Heritage La Laguna from Tenerife with driver/guide:
        $243

      • Private 6-hour Tour of La Laguna and Anaga Biosphere Reserve w/ Hotel pick-up:
        $423

      • Private 6-hour Tour of La Orotava + Puerto de La Cruz with Hotel pick-up:
        $423

      • Private 8 hours Tour to El Teide from Tenerife Hotel with driver/guide:
        $306

      • Private Full Day Tour to the Top of the Teide: go hiking and return in cable car:
        $463

      • Private Full Day tour of UNESCO Heritage: La Laguna and El Teide:
        $360

      • Private Shore Excursion in Tenerife from your Cruise Ship:
        $294

      Tours and Activities in Playa de las Americas

      Also, here are some specific examples of entertainment, tickets, and activities for Playa de las Americas.


      • Skip the Line: Medieval Show Castillo de San Miguel – Ticket:
        $58

      • 4-Hour Walking Tour to Masca:
        $66

      • The Terraces of the North (Island Tour):
        $81

      • The Terraces of the North (Island Tour / Private):
        $99

      • 4h Forest Quad Tour on Polaris 500cc Quad:
        $102

      • Guachinche 6-hour Gastronomic Tour in Tenerife:
        $139

      • BEST BUGGY SAFARI TOUR, Super sandy off-road fun!:
        $224

      Alcohol

      • Alcohol
        Drinks for one day


        Santa Cruz de Tenerife €6. 00


        Playa de las Americas €6.86

      About these numbers

      When we compare the travel costs of actual travelers between Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Playa de las Americas, we can see that Playa de las Americas is more expensive. And not only is Santa Cruz de Tenerife much less expensive, but it is actually a significantly cheaper destination. So, traveling to Santa Cruz de Tenerife would let you spend less money overall. Or, you could decide to spend more money in Santa Cruz de Tenerife and be able to afford a more luxurious travel style by staying in nicer hotels, eating at more expensive restaurants, taking tours, and experiencing more activities. The same level of travel in Playa de las Americas would naturally cost you much more money, so you would probably want to keep your budget a little tighter in Playa de las Americas than you might in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

      Playa de las Américas Tenerife

      Life is a party, they say. And, when in Playa de las Américas, southwest of the municipality of Arona, it can’t be more accurate. Not only is it Tenerife’s largest beach resort, but it is also called the island’s nightlife center. With its 24/7 festivities and endless bustle, it has rightfully earned that title.

      Playa de las Américas in the Municipality of Arona – ©annajacek

      The seaside town is overflowing with fun from its waters, beaches, up to its streets. It isn’t only for the party-hungry though, as it dons a family-friendly cape too. There are plenty of activities and establishments for everyone. Yes, for the little ones, the young, and young at heart. Because party knows no age limit.

      Before there Was Golden Sand

      Like most beach resorts in the Canaries, Playa de las Américas was once a simple fishing village too. Far from its present grandiose visage, it had a stretch of black volcanic sand that is pebbly in some areas. Even then, it was splendid. It had an untouched appeal that was further beautified by surrounding scenery. That was, of course, before the tourism tsunami hit the whole archipelago.

      It was no doubt a vision, but, to launch it as a world-class tourist center, it needed enhancements. When it comes to seaside havens, the first thing that comes to mind is a shore gleaming with fine golden sand. So, in the 1960s, the original playa was overlaid with imported Saharan sand. After the facelift, different establishments cropped up. And, development in this once quaint village turned mega resort hasn’t stopped since.

      Tenerife’s biggest tourist paradise has gone through excessive expansion over the years. It now has three districts – the original Playa de las Américas, San Eugenio, and Torviscas. The desert that separated it from the nearby Los Cristianos has also been eaten up by its tremendous ‘growth’. As such, the two giants are now already adjoined.

      Why Playa de las Américas Over the Others

      Nightlife is synonymous with Playa de las Américas. Not one of the many resorts in the archipelago can compare to its brand of late night entertainments. Even so, the oceanfront wonder is a great family-friendly resort too. Rarely is it called as such, but it has the amenities suitable for every member of the household.

      Why Playa de las Américas when there are plenty of others on the island? Here, couples can be loving parents during the day and drinking buddies by nightfall. Guests can also either play by the beach or go plummeting down a slide in the water parks near the town. How about a 5-star dining experience after a game of golf? Or an exciting boat excursion before going full throttle with a go-kart.

      Whether it be by the beach, in the town, or on a yacht, wholesome or otherwise, this seaside marvel has got it covered. Now that’s quite hard to outdo, isn’t it?

      Choice of Beach

      Playa de las Américas house six different beaches, three natural and three man-made. Most of them have amenities and offer watersports that are distinct from the rest. Those who can’t make up their mind can walk along the long stretch of promenade. They can look around for the seafront that suits them best. Food and lodging establishments, which they might want to consider, are here too.

      The Trendy

      Playa de Troya is the most popular amongst the six as it is the most idyllic and convenient. The mighty Atlantic waves subside after crashing onto breakwaters that protect the cove. Hence, its golden sand beach always has gentle waves that make it perfect for swimming, even for kids.

      Playa de Troya – ©tonobalaguer

      Convenience is also essential when a beach is one of many spectacular beaches. Its spacious shore has loads of rental sunbeds, parasols, and a big enough area for some fun on the sand. Also, it is a part of a lengthy promenade that is packed with restaurants, cafes, and bars.

      The Surfers’ Side

      To ride waves, tourists must head to either Playa Honda or Playa de Las Américas. Without any barriers, these beaches are unprotected from the ocean’s wallop. Their reef breaks, though, shatter giant waves into barreling ones that makes it ideal for surfing. There is also no shortage of surfing equipment rental shops too.

      The Quieter Beaches

      Playa de El Bobo is the northernmost beach of Playa de las Américas, while Playa del Camisón is at the southern tip. These two are the ‘quieter’ seaside of the resort, which makes them more favored by families with kids. Because their bays are protected, the calm waters are suitable for swimming. What’s more, both are decked with sunbeds and tiki umbrellas. There may be fewer activities on these beaches, but they exude exotic island appeal.

      With Cultural Interest

      Playa del Búnker-El Guincho or simply Playa de Guincho has a rocky shore and is a bit secluded. Although not the place to sunbathe, adventurers can kite and windsurf in its waters.

      Deposits of mollusks formed around 100 thousand years ago are also found here. As such, it was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in the Paleontological Zone category in 2007. This is the reason why the secluded oceanfront has not been affected by tourism.

      Nocturnal Holidays

      Playa de las Américas’ nightlife is famous all across Europe. People from everywhere, even other resorts, march here to party and go clubbing all night. Everything needed for a nocturnal holiday is here. Neon lights, loud music, nightclubs, and bars all come alive as soon as the sun goes down.

      There are three nightlife hubs in the area – Veronica’s Strip, Starco Centre, and the Patch. The first two are more preferred by the younger crowd, while the last is popular amongst over 25’s.

      Town Center

      What is a holiday without shopping? For many, that is impossible. What of the souvenirs they need to take home or all the good buys they’d miss? Indeed, most people have mastered the art of spending and purchasing. And, in Playa de las Américas, that is one passion tourists can fully practice.

      Walk or Ride a Bike on the Promenade – ©amoklv

      The resort’s commerce industry is at the town center, and it’s bustling. There, visitors get to luxuriate on international and signature brands. They can also sharpen their haggling skills at the Americas Torviscas Market. Every Thursday and Saturday, this bargain oasis and its stalls and stalls of good deals open.

      As the Canaries’ tourist mecca, a great selection of bars, restaurants, and clubs are in the town center too. Tourists can dine when hunger strikes while they’re shopping. They can also party or enjoy drinks after their buying extravaganza. In the party capital of Tenerife, though, visitors don’t shop till they drop. Instead, they shop then drop by a pub.

      Central Park of Arona

      Opened in 2004, the Central Park of Arona is a 42,000-square-meter public park. This pleasure garden is fantastic for tourists who prefer tranquil leisure walks. It has pathways lined with macadamia and tamarind trees. There are also more than 40 species of palm trees mixed with other vegetation fit for a tropical Eden.

      The park isn’t only for walkers and flora enthusiasts. Kids especially enjoy this place because of the several playgrounds found here. It also has squares and parking areas.

      Other Fun Activities and Places of Recreation

      Frolicking in the clear waters and indulging the town’s nightlife is enjoyable. But, there are also other fun activities and places to see. When in Playa de las Américas, there’s no reason to limit one’s self to the usual beach pastime.

      Surfing in Playa de las Américas – ©chasdesign

      There are plenty of choices for travelers who prefer make the most out of the azure Atlantic. As mentioned, swimming, kite and windsurfing, are the hot water activities here. Other water sports like jet skiing, scuba diving, paddling, and snorkeling are also catching up.

      Boat excursions are particularly famous amongst families and groups. They can hop on a yacht for whale and dolphin watching cruises. A visit to the magnificent seabed on a submarine is also quite trendy. There’s even a pirate boat trip for those who’d like to see the astounding coast in style – as an outlaw in the olden days.

      At the heart of the resort is the 18-hole course of Golf Las Américas. Tourists praise its superb customer service and challenging course with good variations. The price for hiring golf buggy and clubs are reasonable too.

      Aside from hitting hole-in-ones, other recreations on dry land are horse and camel riding, donkey trekking, hiking, and watching live shows at the Piramide de Arona. For more excitement, tourists can visit the nearby waterparks – Siam Park and Aqualand.

      Getting to Paradise

      From the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife, tourists can take either bus line 110 or 111. Its final destination is Costa Adeje, but one of their stops is Playa de las Américas. Those coming from Los Cristianos should ride either bus line 473 or 477 to Los Gigantes. They also stop at Playa de las Américas.

      All four bus lines depart hourly or even twice in some hours. Once at the Las Américas bus station, they only need to walk for around five to ten minutes to reach the beach area. Just before the promenade is the deluge of hotels and apartments.

      Playa de las Américas Map

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      Where to Stay

      There’s never a scarcity of lodging options in Playa de las Américas. As the largest and premier resort in the island, guest satisfaction is of utmost priority. Whatever accommodation needs tourists have, there’s a flood of properties that can surely provide.

      Adults Only

      Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa

      Within the Las Américas Golf Course is the for adults only Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa. For those who want luxury and tranquility, this is the place. Get pampered in the spa center which includes a sauna, hot tub, and Turkish bath. There’s also an outdoor pool if guests do not want to take the 12-minute walk to the beach.

      How does driving a buggy out the basement through private gates to the golf course sound? All rooms also come with satellite TV and a private balcony. Step out of the bedroom with wine in hand and admire the views of the golf course, the ocean, and La Gomera Island. Book Now!

      Hotel Zentral Center

      For an easy on the wallet adults only hotel, Hotel Zentral Center is a great option. It’s a quick seven-minute walk from the beach and is beside Las Américas Golf Club.

      The property may not have luxurious amenities, but it certainly has all the essentials. For some relaxation, there is an outdoor pool, a hot tub, and sauna. Guests can also have a great time at the restaurant or the bar. After a tiring, yet fun-filled day, visitors can rest in an air-conditioned room that comes with a minibar. Of course, there’s also a TV, safe, and a private bathroom. Book Now!

      Family-Friendly

      h20 Las Palmeras Hotel

      The only thing that separates the h20 Las Palmeras Hotel to the beach is the promenade. The sand, sea, restaurants, cafes, and pubs are its next-door neighbors. For tourists who crave luxury and convenience, this 4-star hotel is the best.

      Going out is recommended when in Las Américas. However, guests who prefer to stay within the property can’t be blamed. There’s a lovely garden, 3 outdoor pools, 4 restaurants, 3 bars, and tennis courts. All rooms are also spacious and have a balcony, air-conditioning, and a satellite TV. Book Now!

      Apartamento Paraiso Royal

      For those who want cheaper accommodation with more space and less bustle, Apartamento Paraiso Royal is a good option. It’s only 5 minutes away from the beach. It’s also near other places of interest like Piramide de Arona and Siam Park. To go around the town, there’s a bicycle rental on the property.

      The one-bedroom apartment offers magnificent sea views guests can admire on the terrace. It also has one bathroom, a flat-screen satellite TV, and a fully-equipped kitchen. Book Now!

      Where to Dine

      The usual problem in the food scene of Playa de las Américas is not having enough time to try everything. One can try a different cuisine in every meal of the day for several days, and it still won’t be enough to taste them all. This top-notch resort has restaurants to match. And, the gastronomic satisfaction it gives its guests help make it stay as one of Canaries’ best.

      The Marvelous Mid-Range

      Sushi Amore is the best restaurant in Playa de las Américas. And, most of those who have dined here claim that this cozy little place makes one of the best sushi on the planet. For non-sushi lovers, don’t dismiss it from the must-try list just yet. They also offer to-die-for miso soup, sashimi, spring rolls, gyoza, tempura, and tartars. For the finale, try the fried banana for dessert.

      Fantastic Fine Dining

      Those who don’t mind spending a little more for food should definitely try El Molino Blanco. It’s a beautiful restaurant, but even its beauty doesn’t quite compare to the food they make. Their plates of European, Mediterranean, and Spanish delights are that good. And, with great ambiance and music, the dining experience is entirely unforgettable.

      Their must-trys include minestrone soup, bruschetta, chateaubriand, prawns, and rock salt baked steak. For dessert, try their lovely pineapple or banana flambé.

      The Awesome and Affordable

      Dining on a budget isn’t bad at all when there are restaurants like La Casita de Taby around. As it is one of Playa de las Américas’ most famous, diners are often shocked at its minimal menu. Well, the owners want to keep it uncomplicated here.

      This food haven serves excellent tapas and other Spanish dishes. Their best offerings include octopus and potato salad, sausage in cider, meat platter, and baked chorizo.

      Love the Local

      Friends Lounge Bar & Restaurant is the place to go for authentic Canarian dishes. It has lovely furnishings and is very chic. It is also almost always full which proves just how popular it is. Be one of the many diners who sing praises about their selection of tapas, chicken tikka with a curry sauce, burger, lasagne with a prawn cracker on top, paella, and steaks. If there’s room for more, most definitely try their cheesecake.

      The Beach that has Everything

      Playa de las Américas has everything tourists would want in a resort. Breathtaking vistas, jaw-dropping beaches, and hotels, restaurants, and facilities that can cater to every kind of guests. There are also different activities that are sure to keep visitors busy for many days. By daytime, there are loads of fun-filled, family-friendly pastimes available everywhere. But, once the sun shies away, neon lights light the town, lively music fill the air, and barrels of drinks are emptied.

      It is a town that never sleeps to give great holidays to its visitors. No, not just holidays, but experiences – the best and most memorable ones.

      90,000 Playa de las Americas, Playa-de-Ls-American: Best tips before visiting

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      Talant2007

      Moscow, Russia16 334 publications

      9 Las Americas

      Solo travel

      Playa de las Americas is the center of Tenerife’s nightlife.
      Built in the 1960s, near the city of Los Cristianos and stretches northwest to Costa Adeje.
      The resort area includes bars, nightclubs, restaurants, attractions and beaches, most of which are artificial with sand imported from Africa, as the local sand is black of volcanic origin.

      Published June 10, 2022

      This review represents the subjective opinion of a member of the Tripadvisor community and is not the official position of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor checks reviews.


      Coastal510736

      10 publications

      Yellow sand beach

      I really liked the beach. The sand is yellow and softer than black sand. Sunbeds and umbrellas on this beach are cheaper than in Adeje.

      Published December 16, 2019

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      Yurasvet

      Moscow, Russia1,705 publications

      Yellow sand beach

      Traveling alone

      Resting in one of the hotels in Las Americas. I visited this beach for a change. The beach is clean with yellow sand and small waves. I liked the beach.

      Published June 23, 2019

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      Igor Alexeev

      Moscow, Russia105,791 publications

      The most famous resort of the island of Tenerife…

      For two

      Playa de las Americas is considered, and perhaps is, the main resort of the island … It was from this resort that the rapid, explosive growth of Tenerife tourism began in the 70-80s of the last century … de las Americas is the second time we have chosen for our vacation: the resort is still attractive and all the significant sights from Avenida de las Americas and Piramide de Arona (with Carmen Mota’s Anthology show) to an excellent promenade and no less excellent beaches – all in their places…

      Published February 7, 2019

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      Andreydavydenko

      Moscow, Russia480 publications

      Failed to buy.

      With friends

      Swimming was not possible because the water was too cold. But for lovers of sunbathing – the most it. The beach is crowded, but there is no problem with a lack of sunbeds.

      Published January 12, 2019

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      Vitaliy D

      Krasnoyarsk, Russia141 publication

      Beach for surfers

      For two

      The beach did not live up to expectations, they wanted more from the beach of the same name resort.
      They did not dare to enter the water without shoes, stones are everywhere. But a great view of the surf school. In general, this is a place for beautiful photos and contemplation.

      Published December 24, 2018

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      Superrussia

      89 publications

      Beautiful and comfortable

      For two

      Our hotel was in a very convenient location Marenostrum, beach shops, restaurants all within walking distance. but the road to the mask is very difficult, I do not advise the faint of heart.

      Published November 21, 2018

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      Victor S

      Minsk, Belarus83 publications

      Paradise on Earth

      For two

      Playa de Las Americas is the famous southern resort of Tenerife, located between two other resort towns: Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos. The city is quite modern and cozy: with many boutiques and cozy cafes, it was built 50 years ago as a resort. My wife and I rested in November 2017 at the 4-star Gala Hotel. The hotel is clean, comfortable, every evening pleased with an interesting cultural program. The weather at this time of the year was simply gorgeous, sunbathing and swimming every day! The beach was within walking distance, but territorially belonged to Costa Adeje. A half-hour walk from the hotel there were famous: the water park “Siam Park” and the shopping center of the same name with boutiques of famous manufacturers of fashionable clothes, as well as Las Americas Avenue (Avenida De Las Américas), better known as the “Golden Mile” and producing indelible for all tourists impression both in the daytime and in the evening with its beauty, boutiques and cafes.

      Published November 3, 2018

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      Marik45

      Minsk, Belarus288 publications

      Resort

      For two

      different cuisine, calm atmosphere, friendly people. Everything was great!

      Published July 13, 2018

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      NataLyAsan

      Moscow, Moscow City, Russia66 publications

      Wonderful street.

      Family vacation

      Wonderful street. But not enough! Good restaurants, shopping, golf and other activities. Beautiful well-groomed street, with good hotels.

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      Everything for your own holiday!

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      Contents:

      • Weather
      • Hotels
      • Las Americas was created in the 1960s and was originally planned as a major tourist center. The coastline is about 2.4 km long, with one cultural beach, El Camison. The resort area is built up with hotels, residential complexes, villas and townhouses, with a wide variety of shops for shopping and shopping centers.

        Travelers staying here are waiting for a developed infrastructure. The choice of hotels for every taste and budget. You will find a wide variety of restaurants with different cuisines, lounge cafes, bars, discos, SPA centers, casinos, the Pyramid of Arona concert hall, promenades along the Atlantic Ocean and everything you need for great entertainment in Tenerife. Fans of golf, tennis, diving and other sports will find something to do, and those people who prefer to combine a beach holiday with visiting interesting places will not be disappointed.

        In the south, Playa de Las Americas borders on Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje, although in fact these three resorts have merged.

        The central and eastern parts of Playa de Las Americas, which is closer to the resort of Los Cristianos, will suit those who prefer a quiet, relaxing family holiday with children, away from the hustle and bustle. Respectable hotels and expensive apartments are located here, such as “Parque Santiago III” or “Europe Villa Cortés”. Just in this area stretches for 750 meters in length Las Americas Avenue (Spanish Avenida Las Americas). Sometimes it is called “ Golden Mile “. This place in the evening attracts many vacationers in the south of Tenerife, as along the avenue there are restaurants, shops with iridescent signs, bars with live music, and a musical fountain in the Safari shopping center stops passers-by with its colorful lights and playful water jets rushing into the sky.

        On the territory of the Golden Mile shopping centers, you will find shops and boutiques of famous world brands, where, as in all of Spain, there are sales with significant discounts (especially in the last days of their action, reaching up to 70%). The winter season of discounts starts from 07.01 to 06.03 and the summer season from 01.07 to 31.08. If you are completely determined to immerse yourself in shopping, then the best choice would be to go to the capital of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. You will find detailed information in the section shopping in Tenerife.

        The rest of the vaccinishes without a saturated night life, disco, clubs and athletes, clubs and athletes of the waist -Las Americas, near the youth hangout place “Las Veronicas”. Popular hotels here are Sol Tenerife 4* and Gala 4*. Tip: for those who want to sleep soundly at night without too much noise, it is better to decide on other hotels or, if possible, ask for rooms with access to the opposite side of the party places.

        Reviews Playa de Las Americas


        Weather

        Playa de Las Americas is a favorite holiday destination for tourists from all over the world, because everything here is created specifically to provide comfortable conditions for relaxation and entertainment. And thanks to the unique climate of the southern coast of Tenerife, you can relax in Playa de Las Americas all year round. Choosing a vacation in the south, unlike its northern part, you are more likely to deprive yourself of unpredictable weather, since the Teide volcano, together with the high mountain range, does not allow the cold northern trade winds and clouds to pass, leaving them on the northern part of the island of Tenerife.

        Average temperature in the south of Tenerife
        Year Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.
        2016 19 21 23 18 21 21 23 24 26 23 23 23
        2015 19 19 18 18 20 21 24 25 27 26 21 23
        2014 17 20 19 22 22


        Beaches

        The special attraction of Las Americas is the beaches, clean, comfortable, with unusual grayish volcanic sand brought from other Spanish territories. And which will certainly appeal to beach lovers. And what is especially nice – the beaches belong to the municipality and are free for vacationers 365 days a year and 24 hours a day. True, there are only two of them on the territory of the resort, one of them is Playa El Camison (Spanish: Playa de El camison), equipped with breakwaters to protect the coast and make swimming safe and enjoyable. The second beach – Playa Honda (Spanish: Playa de Honda) is not equipped, not equipped with everything necessary for cultural recreation, but is used mainly by surfers for boarding.

      • Europe Villa Cortés
        • Cleopatra Palace
        • h20 Conquistador
        • h20 Las Palmeras
        • La Siesta Tenerife
        • Spring Hotel Bitacora
        • Spring Hotel Vulcano
        • Hotel Best Tenerife
        • Sol Tenerife
        • Gala Tenerife
        • Olé Tropical
        • Zentral Center
        • Marylanza Suites & Spa
        • Tigotan Lovers & Friends
        • Vanilla Garden
        • Coral Compostela Beach
        • Andorra
        • Kn Hotels Columbus
        • Catalonia Oro Negro
        • Paraiso Royal
        • Sunprime Coral Suites
        • Park Club Europe
        • Piramides Resort
        • Coral California
        • Parque Santiago 1
        • Parque Santiago III
        • Parque Santiago IV
        • Tenerife Royal Gardens
        • Apartamentos Vistasur
        • Parque La Paz
        • Property for rent in Playa de Las Americas

          Property for sale

          If you often spend holidays in Tenerife or you like this piece of paradise, then it’s time to make a profitable investment in real estate in the Canary Islands. Moreover, the price of housing has only increased in recent years. Spanish banks offer low interest on mortgages, from 2.5% per annum. Subject to all the rules of the bank, and this is the provision by you of all the necessary documents for a mortgage, the bank pays the seller 60% of the cost of the residential property. From our side, we provide the search for the necessary object, assistance in opening a bank account, a foreigner’s number – NIE, checking the object for legal purity, for existing debts, signing a contract of sale and purchase at a notary public with issuing it to you. Turnkey deal.

          If you have purchased an object and would like to receive income from it on a monthly basis, then we offer you to use our services for renting it out or jointly with you, to inhabit and maintain it in the condition in which it was transferred to us.

          Property for sale in Playa de Las Americas.


          Places of interest

          What to do?

          Surfing

          Water sports enthusiasts are invited to test their skill and stability on a surfboard. For beginners, there is a chance to be trained in schools where experienced masters will teach you how to surf and glide along the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. For those who have experience and want to practice, it will not be difficult to rent equipment (any equipment needed) and get down to business at Playa de Honda.

          Surfing in Tenerife

          Wine tour

          The only way to truly experience Canarian wine is by booking a wine tour in Tenerife. You have the opportunity to taste fruit, muscat, red and dry wines, as well as taste locally produced rum and liquor. After you like something, you will be packed with wine in a special cardboard container, in which it is not a shame to bring and present a quality product to relatives, friends or colleagues. Wine is what is often brought from the Canary Islands for gifts and memories of a vacation.

          In addition, your guide will take you to local artisan souvenir shops selling olivine and obsidian volcanic glass jewelry, grape-seed aloe cream, handmade lace, goat cheese, Canarian honey, and more. You will visit nearby attractions during the trip, and when you get hungry, you will stop by a restaurant with Canary Islands cuisine. This tour can always be combined with a transfer, excursion or shopping, as its individuality opens up flexible itineraries.

          Book a wine tour in Tenerife

          Shopping

          Shopping center “Safari” is a place not only for shopping in Tenerife, but also for small entertainment in the evening. Here you will find a promenade along Playa de Las Americas Avenue, which is surrounded by restaurants and bars with live music. In the central part of the Safari shopping center there is a fountain, but not simple, but with music and iridescent multi-colored lights, where water jets shoot to the beat of the music.

          Shopping in Playa de Las Americas

          Dance show

          If possible, visit the Spanish dance show at the Piramide de Arona concert hall.

          In almost 40 years of continuous activity, Carmen Mota, at the head of her company, offers a new show that embodies the most emblematic of the choreographic styles of her career. This show defines her personal aesthetic taste, focusing on the works of the last two decades presented in the Pyramid of Arona concert hall in Tenerife. Tradition and modernity come together in Antología, where the choreographic heritage of the Carmen Mota Compañía de Danza ensemble, filled with the richness and diversity of traditional Spanish dance, is presented to the audience in a new modern way. – Piramide de Arona

          Flamenco Show

          Night Club

          Papagayo (Spanish Papagayo) is a lounge bar and night dance club in Playa de Las Americas. During the day, it positions itself as a beach club with light music on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. Attendance peaks on Saturday from 12 midnight to 5 am, and Thursday from 00:00 to 4 am. Papagayo is considered a trendy club in the south of Tenerife, with an open and well-ventilated space. In the club, you can not only order delicious cocktails, but also good, relatively inexpensive food. It is possible to reserve individual tables. If you visited the club before the start of all events and ordered some refreshments, then during the night disco, you do not need to pay extra to enter the dance floor. This rule was in effect before this article was written, but perhaps something will change in the future, and perhaps not.

          Address: Av. Rafael Puig y Lluvina, 238660 Costa Adeje – S.C. de Tenerife, España,
          Phone: +(34) 922-788-916.
          Website: papagayobeachclub.com

          Lounge Bar

          Have fun at El Magic, a trendy night lounge bar. Located 10 meters from the concert hall “Piramide de Arona”. The glamorous and calm baroque atmosphere attracts every year people and those who want to have fun in the heart of the resort of Las Americas, those who are familiar with this place. Music played by local DJs in the style of 70, 80, 90s will find its fans and will not let you get bored on the dance floors of tanned bodies after the Canarian sun and the best spirits selected by experienced bartenders.
          Address: Mare Nostrum Resort, Avda. Las Américas, s/n, Playa de las Américas, 38660 Arona, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain,
          Phone: +(34)922-751-669
          Website: magicbartenerife.com

          Spa

          Visit SPA-center in the hotel “Marylanza Suites & Spa”. If you do not have a Jacuzzi or SPA services in your hotel or apartment, but you still have a desire to get water treatments, then you can do this by visiting the above-mentioned hotel. According to visitor reviews, this particular spa center in Playa de Las Americas enjoys a good reputation, but we assume that it is difficult to please everyone, but still. “Marylanza Suites & Spa” accepts guests not only living in this hotel, but also all those wishing to undergo water procedures. The cost of services is 20 euros – 2 hours. The price may change, but probably not much.
          Address: Los Arenales, 20, 38297 Arona, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
          Phone: +34 922-787-816
          Website: marylanza.com

          Boat trips

          At the seaport of Los Cristianos, every day boat trips to grind whales and bottlenose dolphins are carried out, with a duration of 2 hours. Tickets are sold daily near the port, in special pavilions. If you have a desire to order an individual sea tour, sea fishing, then in the section – Yachts in Tenerife you will find all the necessary information.

          Individual sightseeing tours

          Go on an exciting sightseeing tour of the island and get to know the best places and sights of Tenerife, which are known by experienced guides of our company. By ordering an individual tour, you will definitely visit restaurants with real Canarian cuisine, taste Canarian wine, stop by souvenir and craft shops, visit fishing villages, black and yellow sand beaches, graceful natural monuments, frozen volcanic lava flows and all the observation decks of the National The Teide Park that you meet on your way. All the best is selected in our programs for our travelers who have contacted us.

          Book a private tour

          Water parks

          Are you on holiday with children or do you like water slides? – then two water parks in Costa Adeje are waiting for you every day for pleasant entertainment. Do not forget that you can easily get to them on free buses. The only thing you need to check at the reception of the hotel where you are staying is the location of the stops of this type of transport.

          Aqualand Costa Adeje – famous for the best dolphin show in Tenerife, while the rest of its water attractions are inferior in novelty to the sister water park “Siam Park”. But for young children there are a lot of slides and there are no queues for them, which is important lately, especially during the season. There are only thirteen attractions in Aqualand. It is better to buy tickets on the official website, the price is lower, and you can take sunbeds with the money saved, they are paid here. If there is no desire to spend money on food at a local bar, then the administration allows you to bring it with you. There is a discount for the second day of the visit. Read more: Aqualand Costa Adeje

          Siam Park is one of the best water parks in the Canary Islands and in Europe. Due to its popularity, on some days it has long queues for descending from the rides. The solution to this problem is to purchase a VIP ticket for 119 euros.

          Siam Park is immersed in lush vegetation, with waterfalls and marine predators in the aquarium. At the entrance to the water park, in an artificial water stadium, sea lions meet you, which only complements the beauty of this place. The territory has everything you need for a good rest, a shower with fresh water, a changing room, a toilet, boxes for valuables under video surveillance, bars and restaurants. There is a discount on admission when purchasing a “Twin Ticket” ticket, in conjunction with a visit to Loro Park. Visiting Siam Park for the second time costs less. Read more: Siam Park

          Mount Chayophyta

          Hiking Mount Chayophyta, which was created by the process of volcanic activity in the past. The mountain is located between the resorts of Playa de Las Americas and Los Cristianos and is clearly visible from the coastline, so there should not be any problems in finding it. Climbing up, you will see beautiful and unforgettable landscapes from a bird’s eye view (110 meters above sea level).

          Lemur Coop

          Monkey Park is primarily interesting for those who want to touch and feed fluffy animals, being in the same cage with them. This is a great opportunity to be in direct contact with ring-tailed lemurs, guinea pigs, saimiri monkeys, parrots and iguanas. For young children, this is an unusual acquaintance, which will surely plunge them into a pleasant shock and joy. All animals are vaccinated, so that fears of catching an infection are reduced to zero. Be sure to wash your hands when you leave. In addition, you will find a cactus botanical garden on the grounds of Monkey Park.

          Jungle Park

          Orlov Park or Jungle Park (Spanish: Jungle Park) is the largest zoo in the south of Tenerife. It is located 7 km from Las Americas, towards the Teide volcano. You can get to Eagles Park on special free buses that run daily through the streets of Playa de Las Americas. The park is a jungle immersed in dense vegetation, through which a rope hanging bridge is stretched. Shows with sea lions and birds of prey are held daily in the park. There is an exciting slide with a quick descent along a special chute – bobsleigh.

          Golf

          Golf gamblers should try their hand at the 6051 meter long 18 hole par 72 course. In addition to beautiful landscapes, you are offered various obstacles from ditches, ravines with water and a good favorable environment for playing. There are all amenities on the territory: a practice field, a locker room, a shower, a shop, a recreation room, a parking lot for 150 places, a meeting room, a restaurant, a golf school for beginners and other little things. Prices are listed on the official website.
          Address: Calle Landa Golf, 22, 38660 Las Américas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
          Website: golflasamericas.com

          Loro Park

          Loro Park is one of the best zoos in the world, located in the north of the island, in the city of Puerto de La Cruz. Combines a large botanical garden with a grandiose collection of palm trees, orchids, cacti and dracaena. It attracts every day with its colorful shows with killer whales, sea lions, dolphins and the penguin planet. A huge aquarium with predators, marine fauna, rare plankton and jellyfish has been built on its territory. You will witness the birth and care of parrots. Families with children will please their little ones with a magical space made of mighty trees with rope ladders and a high-speed attraction “Train – Killer Whale”. Usually in Loro Park they spend up to 5 hours and 30 minutes.

          Order a transfer to Loro Parque

          Reviews Playa de Las Americas


          Map

          Borders of the resort

          Las Americas in Tenerife.

          Spain in Russian

          Playa de Las Americas is a resort town in the southwestern part of the island. Here began one of the sea routes to America, hence the name. However, looking at Las Americas today, the name is more likely to be associated with contemporary American culture. Everything is very chic and on a grand scale: Hard Rock Cafe, a theater that looks more like a casino in Las Vegas, shopping centers sparkling with Rolexes from their windows, golf and tennis fields … Even on the streets you can hear more English (and Russian) speech – in a word, there is no Spanish flavor at all.

          The city was founded almost from scratch in the 1970s, when tourism began to flourish in Tenerife. In the same years, the Aqualand water park appeared, and the Loro Zoo on the other side of the island was already actively attracting tourists from all over the world. Las Americas was built mainly for commercial purposes, and it is clearly felt. The place was chosen well, because in this part of the island the sun always shines and carefree resort life goes on as usual, while clouds frown in the north and in the mountains, driving tourists away from the beach. On the southern coast, it is warm in winter and not too hot in summer: the temperature in winter is not lower than 20 ° C, in summer it is not higher than 30 ° C.

          The main attraction is, of course, the beach, where the azure wave caresses the shore. You can swim on this stretch of coast from March to November, the ocean is quite calm, shallow near the coast, there are no big waves here, as in neighboring El Medano, so you can safely stay in Las Americas even with small children. Particularly courageous Russians swim in winter. Although the ocean is always cool and warms up to no more than 21 ° C, it is still more comfortable to swim in spring and summer.

          There are many beaches here – eight, velvety sand is brought here from the Sahara desert for the delight of tourist eyes. Particularly good are Del Camison Beach near five-star hotels, Troya Beach, where young people come to smoothly move to the bars of the famous Las Veronicas neighborhood in the evening, as well as La Pinta, a family beach where there are many children happily flopping down from inflatable slides in water. In general, the beaches of Las Americas are quite quiet. It is dominated by people of mature age, mainly from England and Germany, there are few street vendors. The noisiest companies on the beach are locals, not crazed tourists, as, for example, in Barcelona. Theft is common, as in other tourist places in Spain, from the “lucky man” who fell asleep on the beach, they take everything that lies badly.

          Tenerife South Airport is only 20 kilometers from Las Americas, which is very convenient. A taxi ride will cost 10-12 euros, by bus – only 3 euros.

          Las Americas is the largest resort of the Canary Islands, while delighting with affordable prices. There are several 4- and 5-star hotels here, which often make great deals, as they have been strongly pressed by private traders renting apartments and villas via the Internet. As a result, in a good hotel you can stay at almost the same prices as in apartments, but get European service in addition.

          In the center of the city there is a huge park covering an area of ​​almost 42 square meters. km. You will certainly enjoy the collection of tropical plants brought here from all over the world. In Las Americas, such a typically American sport as golf is developed. Anyone can learn how to hit the ball. And the beautiful half of humanity can, in the meantime, “shop” to its fullest! Numerous shopping centers offer a wide range of clothing, shoes and accessories: from the basic firms Zara, Mango and Desigual to luxury brands from around the world – Escada, Prada, D&G and others. And all this is sold without VAT, as the Canary Islands are a free economic zone.

          There is no shortage of restaurants, cafes and bars in Las Americas: every evening you can have lunch and dinner in a new place. But do not look for tapas (they are not available in the Canary Islands in principle) or paella (it is better not to take it here). In Las Americas, all establishments offer a standard set of dishes at standard prices that are served in any resort in the world: pizza, pasta, burgers with fries, steaks. All food in restaurants is of high quality and inexpensive. There are also several Chinese restaurants and the ubiquitous fast food. Without trying the Canarian cuisine, you cannot leave Tenerife, so we advise you to look for small restaurants away from the beach or even in other cities, for example, in Icod de los Vinos, where you can also buy the famous local Malvasia wine, or in the port the city of Los Gigantes with its good fish cuisine.

          If you are planning to have an active holiday, it will also be convenient for you to stay in Las Americas. The city is located at a short distance from the attractions: the capital of the island of Santa Cruz – in one direction, Masca Gorge and Los Gigantes – in the other, the shortest and most convenient way to the top of the Teide volcano also starts in Las Americas. Siam Park water park and San Miguel Castle, where the famous jousting tournament takes place, are also very close. From the port of Puerto Colon, yachts and catamarans depart for boat trips, and small specially equipped boats go for deep-sea fishing.

          In order not to miss anything interesting, come to Las Americas in early February, during the world-famous Canary Carnival, or at the end of June, when all of Spain freezes in anticipation of the most magical night of the year – the night of San Juan. Right on the beach, everyone will jump over the fire and make wishes, swim in the dark and dance until the morning.

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