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Theme park in fuerteventura: Fuerteventura Theme Parks – FuerteventuraGuide.com

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Oasis Wildlife, Fuerteventura’s wildlife park

Southern Fuerteventura is home to a genuine oasis that spreads out across over 780,000 m² where flora and fauna intertwine to create one of the loveliest and most entertaining places on the island. Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura (formerly Oasis Park) is one of the largest theme parks in the Canary Islands. It has over 3,000 animals and runs all kinds of activities, attractions and services, but its main objective is education, research and the conservation of wild flora and fauna.

A vast tropical garden with over 7,000 species from every continent marks out the boundaries of the park, creating a microclimate that replicates the natural habitat of the animals that live in the zoo.

In addition to Oasis Wildlife and Oasis Botanic, this theme park also has a Garden Centre that focuses on gardening, garden upkeep and landscaping, and an agro-artisanal market (Oasis Market), which is held every Sunday (free entry).

 

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Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura, more than a zoo

What’s a theme park without its attractions? Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura works on education, research and conservation but it also provides entertainment and has created various shows and interactive experiences for visitors.

  • Fauna Live: A programme of live, environmental education experiences where reptiles are the stars of the show. Spend time up close to crocodiles, lizards and incredible snakes.
  • Sea Lions Live: The most eagerly awaited show where sea lions, the stars of the park, jump, dance and entertain spectators.
  • Birds of Prey Live: An outdoor show where incredible birds of prey (eagles, vultures, hawks, owls, etc.) dance and do acrobatics up high and near the ground.

Oasis Park

  • Parrots Live: A fun, educational show that reveals the intelligence of parrots and macaws. The first few rows are reserved for children, but the birds fly over the heads of all spectators. If the show leaves you open-mouthed, imagine experiencing these incredible wild animals first-hand.
  • Sea Lion Experience: Wearing diving suits and a life-jacket, children can swim in the pool alongside friendly sea lions. This experience is for over-7s (children between 7 and 11 must be accompanied by an adult) and can be booked at the ticket office or online.
  • Lemur Experience: Join biologists and specialists to observe and interact with these small primates. There are no age limits, provided that children are accompanied by an adult.
  • Safari Experience: Choose between two routes on a camel ride through incredible landscapes inside and outside the park. A unique experience in the largest camel reserve in Europe.
  • Photo with animals: Visitors can book the services of a professional photographer to capture their favourite moments during their visit. Photographs are collected at the Oasis Shop.
  • Bag of food: There are several stands that sell specific bags of food for each animal species so that you can feed them yourself. Each bag has an instructions label and details about the animals’ diet.

A zoo in Fuerteventura for the smallest family members

One of the most popular attractions for little ones is the children’s zoo, which is home to goats, cows, ponies, emus, horses, tortoises, ducks, guinea pigs and rabbits. Set in a natural environment, more hesitant visitors can simply observe their favourite animals while braver ones can stroke and even feed them.

There is a children’s playground next to the farm with swings and a sandpit to carry on the fun. Parents can take a break while their children have a fantastic time with their new animal friends.

During the holidays the park runs camps and dozens of activities for children between 4 and 14 years old with transport included and non-stop diversion.

Oasis Wildlife

Services and restaurants at Oasis Wildlife

The park is accessible for persons with reduced mobility. All the facilities are well connected and there is even a scooter hire service—a new way of exploring Oasis Wildlife by taking a spin on an electric scooter around the park or any area of the botanical gardens. This is highly recommended for people with mobility problems.

There is also a free eco-tour that makes it easy to move between different areas, with stops at the educational exhibits and most beautiful areas of the park. The journey lasts approximately 45 minutes and passengers ride two wooden trains with room for 180 people.

And when you start to feel hungry? There are three restaurants to choose between. Check their opening and closing times in advance on the official website. The Oasis restaurant is next to the park entrance and is surrounded by lush vegetation. It opens every day of the year and on Sundays serves churros with chocolate for breakfast.

The Leones Marinos restaurant is in the centre of the park and has an outdoor terrace that is the perfect spot for recharging your batteries. It’s also very close to the kids’ zone, so children can play under the watchful gaze of their parents.

The Patio Majorero, is part of the Botanical Gardens and has spectacular views from its terrace.

And if you’d like to visit another theme park after your fun-packed day out, we recommend heading to the Oceanarium Explorer. You won’t be disappointed!

 

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Lanzarote (Island) to PortAventura World by bus, walk, car ferry and train


The journey time between Lanzarote (Island) and PortAventura World is around 42h 14m and covers a distance of around 2246 km. This includes an average layover time of around 3h 35m. Operated by IC Bus Lanzarote, Naviera Armas S.A., Renfe Viajeros and others, the Lanzarote (Island) to PortAventura World service departs from Los Alonso and arrives in PortAventura World. Typically only one service runs weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.









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The cheapest way to get from Lanzarote (Island) to PortAventura World is to fly and train which costs €95 – €210 and takes 9h 44m.


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The distance between Lanzarote (Island) and PortAventura World is 1897 km.



How do I travel from Lanzarote (Island) to PortAventura World without a car?

The best way to get from Lanzarote (Island) to PortAventura World without a car is to car ferry and train which takes 42h 14m and costs €190 – €440.


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It takes approximately 8h 8m to get from Lanzarote (Island) to PortAventura World, including transfers.


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There are 4099+ hotels available in PortAventura World. Prices start at €100 per night.


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Ryanair and Jet2. com fly from Tías to PortAventura World 3 times a day.



Vueling Airlines

Website

vueling.com

Ave. Duration

2h 55m

When

Every day

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

5h 5m

When

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

5h 10m

When

Every day

Estimated price

€150 – €460

Ave. Duration

5h

When

Every day

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

5h 25m

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Thursday

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

5h 30m

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Wednesday and Sunday

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

3h

When

Every day

Estimated price

€85 – €500

Ave. Duration

5h 5m

When

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

Estimated price

€85 – €500

Ave. Duration

6h

When

Saturday

Estimated price

€85 – €500

Ave. Duration

7h

When

Wednesday and Sunday

Estimated price

€85 – €500

Ave. Duration

2h 30m

When

Thursday and Sunday

Estimated price

€170 – €700

Ave. Duration

4h 45m

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Saturday

Estimated price

€170 – €700


Iberia

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iberia.com

Ave. Duration

2h 55m

When

Every day

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

5h 5m

When

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

5h 10m

When

Every day

Estimated price

€150 – €460

Ave. Duration

5h

When

Every day

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

5h 25m

When

Thursday

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

5h 30m

When

Wednesday and Sunday

Estimated price

€90 – €380

Ave. Duration

3h

When

Every day

Estimated price

€85 – €500

Ave. Duration

4h 45m

When

Wednesday

Estimated price

€130 – €600

Ave. Duration

5h 5m

When

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

Estimated price

€85 – €500

Ave. Duration

6h

When

Saturday

Estimated price

€85 – €500

Ave. Duration

7h

When

Wednesday and Sunday

Estimated price

€85 – €500

Ave. Duration

2h 30m

When

Thursday and Sunday

Estimated price

€170 – €700


Ryanair

Website

ryanair.com

Ave. Duration

2h 55m

When

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Estimated price

€95 – €310

Ave. Duration

8h 40m

When

Friday

Estimated price

€110 – €650

Ave. Duration

14h 30m

When

Sunday

Estimated price

€110 – €650

Ave. Duration

3h

When

Wednesday and Sunday

Estimated price

€40 – €360

Ave. Duration

5h 30m

When

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Estimated price

€40 – €360

Ave. Duration

2h 30m

When

Thursday and Sunday

Estimated price

€85 – €290

Ave. Duration

5h 25m

When

Thursday

Estimated price

€85 – €290


Jet2.com

Website

jet2.com

Ave. Duration

11h 10m

When

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

Estimated price

€200 – €850

Ave. Duration

12h 5m

When

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

Estimated price

€210 – €850

Ave. Duration

12h 35m

When

Friday

Estimated price

€200 – €850

Ave. Duration

14h

When

Saturday

Estimated price

€210 – €850

Ave. Duration

14h

When

Sunday

Estimated price

€190 – €800


Renfe Viajeros


Spain’s excellent and extensive rail system connects cities across Spain and into neighbouring countries. Renfe’s high-speed AVE trains can reach speeds of up to 350km/h, making travel between major cities very efficient. All medium- and long-distance trains require a seat reservation; ticket sales for these trains usually open 30-60 days before travel. Most Renfe trains have two classes: Turista (2nd class) and Preferente (1st class), although some AVE trains offer Turista Plus. There is free WiFi for Preferente passengers and for those with a +Renfe loyalty card.

Phone

+34 91 232 03 20


Email

[email protected]


Website

renfe.com


Ave. Duration

35 min

Frequency

Hourly


Estimated price

€10 – €13


Website

Renfe Viajeros



Ave. Duration

2h 10m

Frequency

Twice daily


Estimated price

€19 – €24


Website

Renfe Viajeros



Ave. Duration

1h 23m

Frequency

Hourly


Estimated price

€13 – €17


Website

Renfe Viajeros



Ave. Duration

4h 12m

Frequency

3 times a day


Estimated price

€35 – €50


Website

Renfe Viajeros



Ave. Duration

11h 1m

Frequency

Once daily


Estimated price

€65 – €85


Website

Renfe Viajeros




Renfe AVE

Phone

+34 91 232 03 20


Email

[email protected]


Website

renfe.com


Ave. Duration

32 min

Frequency

Hourly


Estimated price

€10 – €35


Website

Renfe AVE



Promo

€10 – €13


Promo+

€15 – €17


Flexible

€25 – €35


Ave. Duration

4h 56m

Frequency

Twice daily


Estimated price

€100 – €180


Website

Renfe AVE



Promo

€100 – €130


Promo+

€105 – €115


Flexible

€130 – €180


Ave. Duration

2h 34m

Frequency

Every 3 hours


Estimated price

€50 – €100


Website

Renfe AVE



Promo

€50 – €70


Promo+

€60 – €64


Flexible

€80 – €100



Renfe SNCF

Phone

+34 902 320 320


Email

comunicacion@renfe. es


Website

renfe-sncf.com


Ave. Duration

30 min

Frequency

Once daily


Estimated price

€30 – €45


Website

renfe-sncf.com



Ave. Duration

2h 19m

Frequency

Once daily


Estimated price

€50 – €75


Website

renfe-sncf. com




IC Bus Lanzarote

Phone

928 811 522


Website

arrecifebus.com


Ave. Duration

33 min

Frequency

Hourly


Estimated price

€4


Schedules at

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Tiadhe

Phone

+34 (0) 928 855 726


Email

info@tiadhe. com


Website

tiadhe.com


Ave. Duration

45 min

Frequency

Hourly


Estimated price

€2 – €4


Schedules at

tiadhe.com




Empresa Plana

Phone

+34 (0) 977 553 680


Website

empresaplana.cat


Ave. Duration

25 min

Frequency

Hourly


Schedules at

empresaplana. cat









ALSA


A Spanish subsidiary of National Express, ALSA provides bus and coach services across Spain and neighbouring countries including Portugal, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Poland and Malta. Founded in 1923, ALSA values service and the customer experience. Buses are equipped with communal TV screens showing movies, individual behind-seat screens, ALSA radio, app for books and music, and free WiFi. ALSA services are accessible to people with disabilities, and guide dogs are welcome on all journeys. There are three types of tickets on offer (Frequent Traveller Pass, Share Pass and ALSA Pass), along with discounts for senior citizens, students and children.

Phone

+34 902 42 22 42


Email

[email protected]


Website

alsa.es


Ave. Duration

1h 30m

Frequency

Twice daily


Estimated price

€11 – €16


Website

ALSA



Ave. Duration

13h 45m

Frequency

Once daily


Estimated price

€70 – €100


Website

ALSA




Fred Olsen

Phone

+34 902 10 01 07


Email

reservas@fredolsen. es


Website

fredolsen.es


Ave. Duration

25 min

Frequency

Every 2 hours


Estimated price

€19 – €20


Website

Fred Olsen









Naviera Armas S.A.

Phone

+34 (0) 902 456 500


Website

navieraarmas. com


Ave. Duration

35 min

Frequency

Every 4 hours


Estimated price

€28 – €45


Website

Naviera Armas S.A.



No car

€33


Car

€46


Ave. Duration

31h 30m

Frequency

Once a week


Estimated price

€80 – €240


Website

Naviera Armas S. A.



Seat

€167


Cabin

€241




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11 Best Fuerteventura Hotels with Water Parks

Fuerteventura is one of the best Canary Islands to enjoy the beaches and warm weather.

But if you’re planning a fun vacation, check out the luxury hotels with an onsite water park.

We’ll show you hotels with the biggest waterslides, playgrounds, and swimming pools.

There are all-inclusive hotels, beachfront properties, as well as 5-star resorts.

Whether you’re traveling as a group, family, or couple, there’ll be suitable rooms for everyone.

So before you book, here are the best Fuerteventura hotels with water parks.

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1. Barceló Corralejo Sands

Barcelo Corralejo Sands is a modern hotel close to Corralejo’s shops and restaurants.

Couples will love the Deluxe double rooms with private spa baths outside. 

If you’re traveling as a group, we recommend one of the Suites.

It’s perfect for a family of four, with two single beds and a sofa bed in the living area.

During the day, you can enjoy the two outdoor pools and a waterpark designed for kids.

While the kids can play on the waterslides and splash pool, the adults can unwind at Wellness Spa Corralejo.

Relax with a massage in one of the treatment rooms, or chill in the sauna, steam room, or indoor pool.

At night, feast on a buffet dinner before watching a show at the Theater Bar.

  • Guest Rating: 8.8
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Suites
  • Address: Calle La Acacia 1, 35660 Corralejo, Spain

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2. Iberostar Playa Gaviotas Park

Iberostar Playa Gaviotas Park is a 4-star beachfront resort on Jandia Beach.

It’s an all-inclusive hotel, with meals, snacks, drinks, and local bar brands all covered.

For the best room, book a Suite with sea or garden views.

Each suite features either double or single beds, a sofa bed, and a balcony or terrace.

Many of the resort’s outdoor areas are designed for children, including the Aquafun water park.

Located in a separate kid’s pool, Aquafun has three waterslides surrounded by colorful flower structures.

For adults, there are 3 more pools, but you’ll find more relaxation at Sensations Spa.

Indulge in a relaxing massage or relax in the sauna, Turkish bath, or hot tub.

  • Guest Rating: 8.6
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Suites
  • Address: Urbanización Las Gaviotas, Pasaje Playa, 3, 35626 Morro del Jable, Spain

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3. Sheraton Fuerteventura Golf & Spa Resort

Sheraton Fuerteventura Golf & Spa is a Canarian style resort in Caleta de Fuste.

For the most spacious room, choose the Executive Queen Suite.

There’s a separate bedroom with queen beds, a large terrace, and a bathroom with a hot tub.

If you want to cool off or soak up some sun, the resort has 4 outdoor pools, including a children’s pool.

Here, kids can splash away on a waterslide, mushroom fountain, and other playful structures.

With four restaurants, there’s something for everyone, including Spanish, Italian, and Asian.

But our favorite is La Veranda restaurant, where you can enjoy the sea views while enjoying Mediterranean cuisine.

During the day, book one of the 12 treatment cabins at Hesperides Thalasso.

Pamper yourself with a massage and body scrub, then relax in the therapy pool or steam bath.

  • Guest Rating: 8.5
  • Star Rating: 5 stars
  • Best Rooms: Executive queen suite
  • Address: Avenida de las Marismas 1.Urbanización Fuerteventura Golf Resort, 35610 Caleta De Fuste, Spain

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4. Playitas Hotel – Sports Resort

Playitas Hotel & Sports Resort is a 4-star property in the seaside town of Las Playitas.

Besides all the sporting facilities available, you won’t want to miss the resort’s 122-meter waterslide.

There are several twists and turns before you plunge into an open pool.

Guests can choose from a range of rooms, including suites, apartments, and villas.

For long stays with family or friends, book one of the villas.

It’s fitted with a full kitchen, two luxurious bedrooms, ensuite baths, and a private pool.

Add the full board option, which includes buffet meals and selected drinks.

For tastier drinks, you can order cocktails from Palapa Pool Bar.

  • Guest Rating: 8.5
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Villas
  • Address: Las Playitas s/n, 35629 Las Playitas, Spain

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5. h20 Tindaya

h20 Tindaya is an all-inclusive resort on Fuerteventura’s Costa Calma.

It’s easily accessible to one of the island’s most popular beaches, Sotavento.

For a comfortable room, we recommend the Junior Suite.

It’s ideal for families, with a queen bedroom, a separate living room, and a terrace with sea views.

Add extra value by booking the All-Inclusive option to cover meals and drinks.

Kids will have a fantastic time in the resort’s Daisy Pool.

They’ll love the large pool with a pirate ship and slides, plus the animal figures with fun jets.

For adults, you’ll have a more relaxing time with a massage at Despacio Thalasso.

There’s also a pool with jets and waterfalls, plus a jacuzzi, sauna, and a Turkish bath.

  • Guest Rating: 8.2
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Junior suites
  • Address: Punta Del Roquito s/n, 35627 Costa Calma, Spain

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6. Robinson Esquinzo Playa

Robinson Esquinzo Playa is an all-inclusive resort overlooking Esquinzo Beach.

There are many rooms for couples, but you can easily book an interconnecting family room for groups.

The All-Inclusive package covers buffets, drinks, and weekly Gala evenings.

Besides the beach, there are 3 outdoor pools for everyone to enjoy.

At the lagoon pool, kids can play all day on the water slides or splash around in the children’s pool.

Grownups can unwind at the spa’s sauna pool or the relaxation pool.

Indulge in one of WellFit Spa’s treatments, including massages, beauty treatments, and a Finnish sauna.

In the evening, the resort offers a variety of entertainment options.

There’s something for everyone, including theater shows, live music, and themed parties.

  • Guest Rating: 8.2
  • Star Rating: 3 stars
  • Best Rooms: Family room
  • Address: Calle Gran Canaria 2, 35626 Morro del Jable, Spain

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7.

Barceló Fuerteventura Castillo

Barcelo Fuerteventura Castillo is an all-inclusive hotel in Playa del Castillo.

It’s ideal for families who want to enjoy a carefree holiday on Fuerteventura.

For the best room, book the Canarian-style Superior Bungalow.

Inside, you’ll find two bedrooms, a kitchenette, and a Lanai-style terrace.

Add the All-Inclusive Plus package to enjoy all the food, snacks, and unlimited top-brand alcohol.

At the resort’s two pools, guests can enjoy a swim, or relax under the Canary Islands sun.

There’s also a kid’s pool, with water slides, dunking buckets, and waterfall features.

For extra pampering, book a treatment at the hotel’s spa and relax in the sauna, hydro pool, and a Turkish bath.

  • Guest Rating: 8.0
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Superior bungalows
  • Address: Avenida del Castillo, s/n, 35610 Caleta De Fuste, Spain

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8.

Pierre & Vacances Resort Fuerteventura OrigoMare

Pierre & Vacances OrigoMare is a resort and holiday village on the northern tip of Fuerteventura.

Kids will love Craterpark, a volcanic theme water park with more slides than most resorts on the island.

There are giant slides, dunking buckets, mushroom fountains, and splash pools for toddlers.

In terms of rooms, they offer a variety of luxury villas designed for long stays.

Most villas have separate bedrooms, a living area, a full kitchen, and an outdoor terrace.

Add a Full Board package to get meals and drinks all covered.

One of the more popular hangout spots is the Lobby bar where you can order cocktails from 9am till midnight.

  • Guest Rating: 7.9
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Three-bedroom villas
  • Address: Carretera Majanicho, 100, 35650 Lajares, Spain 

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9.

Occidental Jandía Mar

Occidental Jandia Mar is an all-inclusive hotel opposite the beautiful Jandia Beach.

For a comfortable space, we recommend one of the Family rooms.

These are two connecting rooms with private baths and a terrace with sea or garden views.

With Ultra All-Inclusive, meals, snacks, and unlimited premium drinks are all part of the package.

For kids, there’s a Splash Park with water jets and a playground.

But the grownups will have more peace at the two tranquil pools surrounded by bars, sun lounges, and palm trees.

For extra pampering, the Wellness Center has six treatment rooms, including two double rooms, and a hydromassage room.

Enjoy one of their spa treatments, relax with a hydro massage, or unwind in the Finnish sauna.

  • Guest Rating: 7.8
  • Star Rating: 4 stars
  • Best Rooms: Family rooms
  • Address: Playa del Jable, s/n, 35625 Morro del Jable, Spain

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Caleta Dorada

Caleta Dorada is a holiday resort close to shopping and restaurants in Caleta de Fuste.

They offer ocean-view apartments and bungalows, with a selection of one or two bedrooms.

Inside, you’ll have separate living areas, a bathroom, a kitchenette, and a furnished terrace.

At Caleta Dorada, they offer resort-style amenities for the entire family.

Kids will love the splash park with its waterslides, water jets, and waterfall features.

For the adults, there are three outdoor pools complete with sunbeds and solariums.

Plus, the poolside Coco Bar serves your favorite cocktails and adult beverages.

Dining is a large part of the guest experience at Caleta Dorada.

The restaurant showcases local and international dishes as well as weekly themed dinners.

  • Guest Rating: 6.9
  • Star Rating: 3 stars
  • Best Rooms: 2-bedroom apartment
  • Address: Barrilla, s/n, 35610 Caleta De Fuste, Spain

Check Rooms Official site


11.

Oasis Duna

Oasis Duna is a popular holiday apartment complex in Corralejo.

With over 300 apartments to choose from, this is another resort ideal for long stays.

All apartments have separate bedrooms, a lounge, a kitchen, and a terrace overlooking the pool.

Oasis Duna offers a variety of activities for the entire family.

There’s a saltwater pool with 4 big waterslides for kids of all ages.

A separate children’s pool has a pirate ship with smaller slides and other water features.

While the kids play, the grownups can relax by the other pool, or chill out with a drink at the pool bar.

In the evening, Oasis Duna comes alive with live shows and entertainment.

And at Golden Goose Pub, you can enjoy cocktails and dinner, or watch the latest sports on the big screen.

  • Guest Rating: 6.4
  • Star Rating: 3 stars
  • Best Rooms: Premier 2-bedroom apartments
  • Address: Maxorata, 2, 35660 Corralejo, Spain

Check Rooms Official site


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Also read:

  • 5 Best 5-Star Hotels in Fuerteventura
  • 14 Best Luxury Hotels in Corralejo, Fuerteventura

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FAQs

What’s the best Fuerteventura hotel with the biggest water slides?

The best Fuerteventura hotel with the biggest waterslides is Playitas Hotel – Sports Resort.

They have a twisting and turning slide that runs for 122 meters.

It’s the best way to cool down after a day of sports.

What’s the best Fuerteventura waterpark hotel for families with young kids?

The best Fuerteventura waterpark hotel for families with young kids is Robinson Esquinzo Playa.

There’s a lagoon pool with waterslides for older kids, and a separate children’s pool for the younger ones.

Besides water activities, the ROBY Club offers daily activities, games, and entertainment for children ages 3 to 12 years old.

What’s the best all-inclusive waterpark hotel in Fuerteventura?

The best all-inclusive waterpark hotel in Fuerteventura is Barcelo Fuerteventura Castillo.

With the All-Inclusive Plus package, all meals and exclusive seating in the buffet restaurant are included.

Guests also receive 24-hour snack service, one ala carte dinner per stay, and unlimited top-brand drinks.

What’s the best Fuerteventura waterpark hotel on the beach?

The best Fuerteventura waterpark on the beach is Sheraton Fuerteventura Golf Resort & Spa.

From the hotel, there’s direct access to a magnificent golden sand beach.

Guests can swim, sunbathe, or enjoy drinks at La Veranda restaurant next to the beach.

Summary

Fuerteventura Waterpark Hotels Best Rooms
Barceló Corralejo Sands Suites
Iberostar Playa Gaviotas Park Suites
Sheraton Fuerteventura Golf & Spa Resort Executive queen suite
Playitas Hotel – Sports Resort Villas
h20 Tindaya Junior suites
Robinson Esquinzo Playa Family room
Barceló Fuerteventura Castillo Superior bungalows
Pierre & Vacances Resort Fuerteventura OrigoMare Three-bedroom villas
Occidental Jandía Mar Family rooms
Caleta Dorada 2-bedroom apartment
Oasis Duna Premier 2-bedroom apartments

Fuerteventura Acua Water Park Corralejo

Acua Water Park has 15 different attractions for the whole family to enjoy including a wave pool, Splash race, Kamikaze and dedicated kids area. Ride the slides, play at the wave pool, relax in the Jacuzzis, sunbathe on the FREE sunbeds or just enjoy watching the little ones play at the kids area.

Located in the village of Corralejo, in the north of the island of Fuerteventura, with a surface area of about 25.000 m2. It is a place where the whole family would have a fantastic day out!

Family Fun

The park has been recently renovated and offers attractions for the whole family including a kids club, where the little ones can be entertained while parents enjoy the rides. Within this space kids can take part in various different activities including board games, face painting and colouring.

Sit back and relax

Other services available at the park include: Self-service restaurant, free transport from selected resorts, locker hire (payable locally), photo shop, pool bar and souvenir shop. In addition the park offers FREE services like Wi-Fi, sunbeds, parking, animation and solarium.

Suitable for:
  • Infants
  • Families
  • Couples
  • Groups
  • Teenagers
  • Seniors
Great for:
  • Thrill Seekers
  • Sun Seekers
  • Getting Active
Availability:

Daily between 1st June and 31st August; Park opens set dates during low season (April, May, September, October and December).

For 2020 opening dates please click here

Please check with the park before you travel to avoid disappointment.

Opening hours:

Park opens from 10am to 18pm June to August; during low season park opens from 10:30am to 17.30pm. Please check locally in order to see exact times.

A  shuttle service is available from most major hotels at an extra cost. Please see the ‘Getting There’ tab for more information

Children:

If you are taking a child between 4-11 years-old, please ensure you take some form of ID for proof of age, otherwise you may have to pay the adult price on admission to Acua Water Park.

Included:

Entrance to Acua Water Park Corralejo

Not Included:

Food and beverages

Address:

Acua Waterpak is located at Avda. Nuestra Senora del Carmen, No 41, 35660, Corralejo, Fuerteventura, Spain

Shuttle Service

We offer tickets with transport. For those tickets, transport is included and available on the below days from Castillo/ Caleta de Fuste & Nuevo Horizonte: Monday, Tuesday and Friday.

Pick-ups are from 9.30am and returns at 17.00pm.

Transport from Jandia, Esquizo and Costa Calma runs in high season (July to September) on Tuesdays & Fridays; during low season (April – June & September to November) on Fridays only.

Pick-ups are from 07.45am and returns at 17.00pm;

 

  • Please note you are not allowed to carry glass or tins inside the parks.
  • Animals are not allowed in the park.
  • Management reserves the right of admission to anyone.
  • The company does not refund the entrance fee and others services in case of bad weather.
  • Outside food or drink, as well as coolers or picnic baskets are not permitted inside the Park.
  • The company will not be responsible for any item which has been lost in the park. There are lockers available on a rental basis.
  • Objects like bracelets, watches, rings, and necklaces are forbidden at the pools. There are lockers available on a rental basis.
  • Some rides have a minimum height requirement (1. 20 mts).
  • Children under the age of 12 are not allowed in the park unless they are accompanied by an adult, who must be responsible for them at all times.
  • The use of air beds in the swimming pool & rides are forbidden.
  • Many rides at Acua Water Park are dynamic and thrilling. There are inherent risks in riding any amusement ride. For your protection, each ride is rated for its special features, such as speed, steep drops, sharp turns or other dynamic features. If you choose to ride, you accept all these risks.
  • Guests with disabilities should refer to our staff or lifeguards for information regarding restrictions.
  • Participate responsibly. You should be in good health to ride safely. You know your physical conditions and limitations. If you suspect your health could be at risk for any reason, or you could possibly aggravate a pre-existing condition of any kind, DO NOT RIDE.
  • Due to maintenance or weather, some attractions/rides may be temporarily unavailable.

Acua Water Park has over 15 different activities and areas for the whole family to enjoy.

  • Fast River – The fast river is a unique experience which would make you travel through ramps and curves of more than 100 meters of length. This is a “solo” adventure.
  • Splash Race – Try out a race in our Splash Race with a height of 16 meters and a length of 70 meters which would take you less than 6 seconds to reach the water at the other end.
  • Kamikaze – These slides are designed for the brave at heart, featuring a height of 14 meters, where you can experience the most extreme drop sensation.
  • Zig Zags – high speed ride you can´t miss out on
  • Dark Cave – If you are not afraid of darkness this is your slide, a dark circuit where you can´t predict where would the next curve take you. This ride can be taken solo or accompanied by a second person.
  • Family Race – On these slides you can share the experience of dropping down soft slides with joined with a family or a friend.
  • Mini Kamikaze – Little ones can enjoy the speed at these slides which have been adapted to their height and age.
  • Mini Splash Race – This attraction has six lanes adapted to kid´s size and age for them to be able to race at a smaller size route.
  •  Splash Lagoon – At this pool the small ones won´t stop from enjoying water sheets and jets.
  • Big Jacuzzi
  • Kid’s Club – specially designed space for the little ones, where they could be entertained and supervised while parents have a break to enjoy our attractions. It is supervised by a member of our staff who would propose a wide range of activities (face painting, board games, club dance, etc.).
  • Lazy River – At Acua Water Park you may also enjoy our Lazy River, a closed circuit of 220 meters long designed to relax, where the current would push you all the way around it up to the tunnel, where surprises awaits you.  
  • Kids Zone – For infants and small kids there is an area with a wide range of water games and small rides. This space is adapted for their enjoyment.
  • Activity Pool with Jumping Castle – Would you dare jump off from the top of our castle? You would need to prove your nerves and jump from the castle into the activity pool. You could also try to cross over the pool hanging off the suspended ladder.
  • Wave Pool – This atracction would make you feel as if you were at the sea.

PortAventura World Theme Park Spain

Nobody does family holidays better than PortAventura Park, an entertainment resort in sunny Salou, Spain. Get your heart racing as you zoom around on a thrilling roller coaster and have the time of your life with the wind in your hair and adrenaline pumping through your veins.

PortAventura has more to offer than just epic thrill rides though. You’ll also find a selection of options for little ones, a variety of impressive live shows, sensational restaurants and souvenir shops to explore. As one of Spain’s most visited tourist destinations, you’re guaranteed to have an amazing time when you visit PortAventura Park. Below, we take a closer look at what you’ll find in this iconic theme park:

Rides

PortAventura has a range of rides from intense to easy, which means that no matter your preference, you’re sure to find something you enjoy. To kick things off, let’s cover one of the most exciting rides in the park, the Furious Baco. This is a heart-stopping catapult ride that goes from still to 135 km/hr in three short seconds. It’s a fantastic ride to get your heart racing.

A moderate favourite is the Tutuki Splash, which is a volcanic ride over in the Polynesia jungle themed section of the park. Travel over waters and prepared to get slightly wet with this one!

The Kontiki is an exciting catamaran ride that swings back and forth until it’s perpendicular with the ground. It’s a fun ride for the whole family, just make sure you’re holding on tight. If you’ve got young kids with you, or you’re just looking for a ride with less intensity, you’re in luck.

The Port De La Drassana is a peaceful boat ride along the Mediterranean port to imperial China. It’s a gentle ride and gives you a nice rest from all the walking.

If you love train rides, hop on board the old steam train ride of Estacion Del Norte, which takes you to different parts of the park. This is a great way to travel around PortAventura Park, plus it’s a fun experience for the whole family and since it’s in the shade, you can cool down a bit from the hot summer sun.

Shows

There’s a number of fantastic shows on offer in PortAventura. The PortAventura Parade is one of the most popular events that crowds tend to flock to. All of your favourite characters from the park join the parade and kids love to sing along and wave to the characters from the side lines.

The Aves Del Paraiso is an educational show that teaches little ones all about exotic birds from around the world. It’s something a little different and you’ll even have the chance to meet Lolita, a charming parrot that speaks and sings for the crowd.

For an exciting 4D experience, check out the Dino Safari 2 4D show, which is an adventurous walk through the park featuring ferocious T-Rex and other dinosaurs. Hop on the jungle jeep and escape as fast as you can before you become supper!

Another great show for the kids is Bubblebou, which is where you’ll watch hundreds of bubbles being created in real-time. And, yes, you can pop a few if you wish and even learn how to create bubbles of varying sizes and shapes.

On top of all this, there are also a few dancing performances including the Aloha Tahiti. This is when a group of native Polynesians showcases some traditional dances in brightly-coloured costumes.

Shops

PortAventura Park is home to a selection of unique shops that you can browse through when you’re exploring all of the attractions. If you’re looking for souvenirs, head to Records de PortAventura, which is found opposite the Mediterranean Lake. Inside, you can shop for soft toys, T-shirts, clothes, keyrings and more.

You can shop for more clothes over at the Superdry store, which has all of the latest trends all year-round.

If you get hit with sugar cravings as you stroll around the park, don’t miss out on the Dolcos I Mes sweet shop right at the entrance of the park.

For professional photos of your visit, head to the Photoride Furius Baco after the ride to get your hands on those.

If you need to pick up a new camera for your trip and accessories, the La Botigueta shop near the pick-up service collection point has you covered.

Restaurants

With all of the fun and excitement, it won’t be long before you work up an appetite. Thankfully, you won’t have to leave the park to satisfy the hunger as there’s a huge variety of restaurants within walking distance.

For classic Mediterranean dishes, book a table meal in Vinosfera Tapes I Vins, which you’ll find next to the Furius Baco ride. The restaurant has a diverse menu and an extensive wine list. It’s a wonderful place to sit down and enjoy a family meal together before heading back out to the park.

When the sun is out, it’s nice to take your meal outside in the fresh air. You can do this in the Raco De Mar restaurant over in the fishing port. The authenticity of the traditional fishing village follows its way inside the restaurant, where you can dine on rice dishes, pizza and a range of Mediterranean classics. It’s the perfect spot to take the kids to eat and order a sharing platter to split it between your group. Or, if it’s just two of you, it’s a nice option for a romantic meal under the Spanish sunshine.

If you’re not hungry enough for a big meal and just need a pick-me-up, Café Saula is an ideal choice. Order a sandwich and a cup of coffee and take a break from all the excitement. You can also enjoy freshly-made pastries here, which will satisfy your sweet cravings in no time.

For classic fast food like fries and soft drinks, make your way to Food Outlets Mediterrania, where you’ll have a range of options to choose from. Finish your meal with tasty ice cream with all the toppings before heading back out to explore more of PortAventura Park.

 

10 Best Theme Parks In Florida To Visit – Hand Luggage Only

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Florida is an incredible state to explore; there are so many things to do across the Sunshine State, especially when it comes to its larger-than-life theme parks. With resorts like Disney, Universal and Busch Gardens, it’s the kind of state that’ll have you laughing, gorging and steeped in fun across your whole trip. In fact, you’ll be spoilt for choice with all the best theme parks in Florida to visit

Now, one thing we’ve found from our trips to Florida is that there’s never quite enough time to see and do everything you want. This is why it’s totally important to prioritise which theme parks you want to visit, alongside the other plans you have for your trip. After all, most of us will want to pack in lots of amazing Floridian experiences whilst in the state.  

This means (if you love a good theme park as much as us) it’s a good idea to pre-book your entry tickets before arriving in Florida. This then allows you to plan the rest of your holiday around these blocked-out theme park days; especially if you want to visit some of the best beaches in Florida, the incredible national parks or the Florida Keys, too! 

Whatever way you decide to plan your trip to Florida, just make sure it’s filled with lots of fun! 

With that in mind and with our countless trips to Florida (and its epic theme parks), I wanted to share our lowdown on the best theme parks in Florida to visit when you arrive.

Just be sure to plan, plan, plan! It’s one of the biggest lessons we’ve learned from visiting Florida’s theme parks! 

1. ) Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom

Let’s start with one of the most iconic theme parks in Florida… heck, possibly the world! Disney’s, Magic Kingdom. 

First up, don’t be fooled into thinking this is just for kids… we big kids can really enjoy the Magic Kingdom, too! In fact, I think I even appreciated it even more! 

Opened back in 1971, it’s the kind of theme park that’s constantly changing, growing and (yeah, it sounds cheesy) but is totally magical. It’s got rides, shows and events for all ages, making it the perfect place to visit with a family or your friends. 

Of course, you’ve gotta check out the iconic Cinderalla Castle; but don’t forget about Space Mountain, the Haunted Mansion and the Seven Dwarfs Mine Trine. 

Now, one thing to look out for is pricing! Trust me, you can skink a shed load of cash on these if you’re not too careful. To save some money (especially if you’re visiting other Disney parks) then buy an allotted period of days for entry. For instance, you can buy one or two weeks “Magic Tickets“. This allows you to hop between all the Disney theme parks, typically at a discounted price. Oh yeah, and they include entry into Disney’s water parks, too! 

To see the most of Magic Kingdom, make sure to see which rides are most popular when you arrive. Typically, some of the longer queuing rides are worth visiting as soon as the park opens or when the parade is on. This is when lots of other visitors either haven’t arrived or are watching the parade; which all means fewer queue times for you! 

If you’re not keen on that level of planning, opt for Disney’s Genie+, this allows you to enter the Lightning Lane entrance and plan your trip around particular timed entries. Though, this can bump up tickets costs if you’re travelling with a larger family. 

Oh, and don’t forget, if you’re staying at a Disney Resort hotel, you will have 30-minutes early entry to any of the four major parks, too. 

Read more: Best beaches in Florida 

2. ) Universal’s Islands of Adventure

In my opinion, Universal’s Islands of Adventure is one of the best theme parks in Florida to visit for thrills! Again, perfect for the whole family (most theme parks in Florida are), it’s a totally expansive park that’ll keep you busy for days! 

One of the things I love about Islands of Adventure is the different rides they have relating to movies and TV! Honestly, this is the place where the Wizarding World of Harry Potter first became a reality, so expect to see a lot of people here waving their wands and butterbeer around the park. Oh, and you can ride a broom and head to Hogwarts on Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey or you can take some butterbeer while strolling through Hogsmeade village. You can also ride the Hogwarts Express if you’d like, too! 

One of the newer rides, the Jurassic World VelociCoaster is incredible and well up there as one of Orlando’s best coasters! Saying that, if rollercoasters are your thing, then head on the Incredible Hulk Coaster, which will shoot you right up the track and over the park! Just be prepared to scream.  

Again, just like Disney, you can save money by buying multi-park passes (to include Universal Studios) and increasing the number of days. Oh, and of course, you can opt to pay a little extra for Universal Express packages that’ll limit queue times on most of the popular rides in the park. 

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3.) Busch Gardens, Tampa Bay

Around a 90-minute drive from Disney World or 30-minutes from Tampa Airport, Busch Gardens is one of the best theme parks in Florida to visit when heading further east from Orlando. 

Not only will you get to explore the incredible gardens with over 300 special that call this area home, you’ll also get to ride some of the rollercoasters that are totally epic. Sheikra is a vertical drop coaster that will take your breath away! Oh and don’t forget about Kumba – the speed on this is insane. 

Just make sure to check out their website and book tickets before you get to the gates. This way, you’ll keep costs lower! 

Read more: Exploring St. Petes (near Tampa)

4.) Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral 

Okay, okay! Yeah, the Kennedy Space Center isn’t a Theme Park, I know! But honestly, you can’t mention it when thinking of the amazing attractions to visit in Florida. You see, it’s the spot where NASA launches so many of its rockets that head up to space.

Around 60-minutes from Orlando, it’s really easy to visit for a day trip and the perfect place to see Atlantis (With a shuttle launch experience), explore some of the extraterrestrial worlds in space and learn so much more about space! 

Better still, you might be able to plan your visit to coincide with a launch! It’s incredible to see.

Read more: Best things to do in Jacksonville, Florida

5.) Universal Studios

My second favourite and one of the best theme parks in Florida to visit is Universal Studios! Just like Disney’s Magic Kingdom, it’s iconic! 

With its Hollywood-inspired attractions, Universal Studios is another must-see when you’re in Florida; especially if you’re already check out Universal’s Islands of Adventure that is right next door.  

Once here, head over to the Simpsons’ ride to glide across Springfield, hop on board the bike and soar to the skies with ET or scream all day on the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit rollercoaster that’s totally fun.

You can easily spend a whole day in Universal Studios, so plan you’re trip well in advance! Oh, and stay for the fireworks, too. 

Read more: Best things to do in Hollywood, Florida 

6.) Epcot

One of the larger parks of Disney, Epcot is one of the best theme parks in Florida to explore the world, scientific discovery and, of course, Spaceship Earth. 

Great for families, Epcot has a few main neighbourhoods to explore. You’ll get to explore “World Celebration”, including Spaceship Earth (the massive spherical “golf ball”). Then pop over to “World Discovery” with the incredible Mission Space and Test Track where you can dart around in a car! Afterwards, head to World Nature and discover all the incredible natural beauty that our world has to offer – Living with the Land is an incredible boat ride you must experience.  

Finally, don’t forget to explore “World Showcase”. This is a massive fair having 11 nations represented around a colossal lake. You can literally travel the world in a day; stopping by the UK for fish and chips, macaroons in France or tagines in Morocco. It’s incredible and totally vast. 

You’ll have the most amazing time. 

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7.) Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Previously known as MGM Studios, Disney’s Hollywood Studios is a world filled with everything TV, film and Hollywood. Here, you’ll get to hop on fun rides like the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith and The Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror! It’s a free fall lift that had me screaming so much! 

Oh, and be sure to visit Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge! It’s an epic new “land” that’s incredible to visit if you love Star Wars.

Again, if you’re deciding to visit Hollywood Studios, be sure to partner this up with the park passes that include the other theme parks on different days.

8.) Legoland 

Roughly halfway between Orlando and Tampa, Legoland is one of the best theme parks in Florida to visit when exploring with younger children. 

Here, everyone will be able to explore Lego Kingdoms, the gorgeous botanical gardens, Lego City and Pirates’ Cove. It’s so lovely.  Oh, and don’t forget about the Legoland Water Park that’s perfect on a hot and sunny day! The Twin Chasers slides are so much fun. 

Read more: Best places to visit in Florida

9.) Disney’s Animal Kingdom

There are no clues needed to guess what Disney’s Animal Kingdom is all about, is there? It’s one of the best theme parks in Florida that houses its very own safari tour with tigers, elephants and gorillas – all within Kilimanjaro Safari. It’s incredible to visit and totally beautiful to see the animals roaming around the park. 

If thrills are more your things, hop on Expedition Everest, it might not be as chilly as up in the mountains but it’ll certainly have you shaking! 

Oh, and don’t forget the Avatar-based Pandora area, where you get a chance to experience the film in real life. Though, be warned, queues can be long so a queue jump ticketing system might work best for you. You can easily spend a whole day or longer in the park; so plan this alongside the other Disney parks you want to visit. 

10.) Other Florida Theme parks

So, let’s not forget that the best theme parks in Florida don’t have to be the billion-dollar parks that call this state home. There’s also a heap of smaller, but no less significant parks that are well worth a gander if you’re in the area. 

For instance, FastTrax (in Fort Myres) is more of an indoor entertainment centre than an amusement park that’s totally kitsch and fun for a few hours trip. You’ll see go-karts here and have the chance to ride them! If go-karts aren’t your thing, you can try duckpin bowling, visiting their huge game room or heading to the pub.

Plus, don’t forget about Fun Spot America (both in Orlando and Kissimmee). Best known for Mine Blower and White Lightning (wooden coasters), Fun Spot America are relatively small amusement parks that are perfect for shorter visits.  Plus, don’t forget about their annual firework displays every July 3rd after riding their great rides like Sky Hawk, Freedom Flyer, Hurricane, Splash Pad and Galaxy Spin.

Finally, Icon Park is another little gem that’s totally worth a little trip if you’ve got time. The main attraction at the park is the 400-foot The Wheel. Fifteen passengers can ride each of the 30 capsules for 20 minutes. Before boarding The Wheel, visitors can see a 5-minute presentation at a 4D theatre.

Located on the tourist corridor of I-Drive, and you can find other exciting rides and attractions here like Orlando StarFlyer, Madame Tussauds Orlando a 7D Dark Ride Adventure and a large arcade among other things all close by. 

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Parks in Tenerife – Guide in English

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  • Theme parks
  • Natural parks
  • Water parks
  • Everyone can find something interesting – unique nature, botanical gardens and zoos, water parks and amusement parks will give an unforgettable experience. There are parks in the north and south of the island. Some of them are better to visit individually with a guide or a group tour, this is true for natural and theme parks and reserves. Water parks and entertainment complexes can be visited independently.


    Theme parks

    Holidays in Tenerife will be unforgettable for the whole family if you visit several theme parks on the island. Tenerife is rich in all kinds of entertainment, you can find something for every taste. Nature lovers can visit local zoos, Loro Park, Monkey Park, ride camels and horses. There is also entertainment for outdoor enthusiasts.

    Loro Parque

    Loro Parque is the largest amusement park in Europe. It is located in Puerto de la Cruz in the northern part of the island. There are several thematic zones on its territory: a zoo, a dolphinarium, an aquarium, a botanical garden, a penguinarium, an oceanarium. The symbol of Loro Park and its pride is a huge collection of parrots, it has 4 thousand birds. One of the rare spectacles rarely seen in other theme parks is the penguins, Loro Parque is home to 200 individuals, comforted by the world’s largest refrigerator.

    In Loro Park you can see shows of killer whales, dolphins, fur seals, parrots. The ticket can be bought online. You can also save money by purchasing a double ticket for Loro and Siam Park.

    Loro Parque

    Margarita Banana Farm – Banana Experience

    Banana Farm Las Margaritas is located on 825 hectares, its peculiarity is the location on the badlands of volcanic origin. Bananas are grown in large greenhouses, where about 26 thousand tons of bananas are harvested annually. The banana farm was founded at 1977 come from two farming families growing bananas on the island of La Palma. The farm cultivates two Canarian varieties of bananas, as well as avocados, mangoes and papaya.

    The farm offers several types of tours, tastings and workshops on the preparation of Canarian gofio. The cost of excursions is 6-11 euros.

    Banana Experience

    Camel Park

    Camel Park is located near Costa Adeje, so for vacationers in Las Americas and nearby resorts, a trip to the park will not be tiresome. Camel Park provides tourists with a free shuttle service. In the park you can see camels and other domestic animals and birds. You can also book a half-hour camel ride.

    Camel Park

    Xanadu Equestrian Sports Complex

    Horse or carriage riding

    HÍPICA XANADÚ is an equestrian sports complex in the municipality of Arona, it occupies more than 3 thousand square meters. meters of area with access to the ocean coast. Xanadu Equestrian Sports Complex ( Xanadu ) will appeal to lovers of horseback riding, horses and children. In addition to horses, HÍPICA XANADÚ has a small petting zoo consisting of domestic animals. You can choose horseback riding or ride in a comfortable carriage. Interesting routes for horseback riding have been developed – along the ocean, along mountain trails. Walks are individual and group. In the evenings, magnificent horse shows take place in Xanadu.

    Xanadu

    Rope Park or Taipark

    Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate a visit to the Rope Park Forestal park , or as it is also called – forest extreme park. Taipark is located near Las Lagunetas, in a real forest. There are 11 routes with different difficulty levels available on the territory of the park, which will allow adults and children to have a great time.

    Rope park

    Excursions in Tenerife

    Guided group and individual tours

    Zoo – Jungle Park or Eagles Park

    Jungle Park is located near Los Cristianos, it is a zoo with a large collection of animals. Once the zoo was called “Park of Eagles”, it got its name because of the unique collection of these birds of prey. Gradually, new inhabitants appeared in the park, which became the reason for the new name. Now in the Jungle Park you can see tigers, lions, leopards, jaguars, all kinds of monkeys, hippos, raccoons, crocodiles and even pandas.

    Spectacular shows with exotic birds, birds of prey and sea lions are held daily in the park.

    Orlov Park

    Güimar Pyramids

    One of the places worth visiting in Tenerife is the Güimar Pyramids, their origin has not yet been fully established, but they are of considerable interest to historians, archaeologists and tourists. On the site where the pyramids were discovered, a historical park was founded with its own ethnographic museum, where you can see objects discovered during excavations. The park also has a cinema where you can watch a thematic documentary about the pyramids and ancient civilizations.

    Butterfly Park and Dragon Tree

    A place where you can get a lot of positive emotions and enjoy the beauty of nature is in the Butterfly Park. The Butterfly Park is called Mariposario del Drago , it is better to visit it on a sunny day, in such weather the butterflies are more active. Butterflies live in a special glass greenhouse, where the conditions of the humid tropics are recreated. In total, about 800 individuals live in the Butterfly Park.

    During a trip to the park, you can see another attraction of Tenerife – the Dragon Tree. This plant is remarkable for its age. It is established that he is about 2 thousand years old. This is one of the oldest plants on our planet.

    Dragon Tree

    Monkey Park (park with lemurs) – petting zoo

    If you like petting zoos and want to get to know lemurs better, the Monkey Park is worth a visit. This petting zoo was opened in 1991. It specializes in breeding primates, one of the activities is the breeding of endangered species of animals. The park is small, in the park with lemurs you can feed these cute and friendly animals. The park is also home to other species of primates, as well as alligators, reptiles, and exotic birds.

    Monkey Park


    Natural parks

    Tenerife is a place of amazing beauty, where volcanic landscapes give way to subtropical forests. There are 546 endemic plant species in the Canaries, most of which can be found in the Teide National Park. In addition to it, Tenerife has several more natural parks that have the status of protected areas.

    Palm Park – Palmetum

    Palmetum is a palm park located in the capital of the island of Santa Cruz, not far from the Auditorium. This botanical garden was founded on the site of the city’s garbage dump. It was a grandiose project, its implementation took almost 20 years. Palmetum de Santa Cruz de Tenerife covers an area of ​​12 hectares. About 2 thousand plant species grow in the botanical garden, many of them are palms, there are 400 varieties of them, including rare and endangered species. Birds also live in the park, it is especially interesting to watch canaries.

    Palm Park

    Teide National Park and cable car

    Teide National Park is Tenerife’s main natural attraction and the most popular tourist destination. This is the largest national park in Spain, which is visited by millions of tourists every year. Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Teide volcano is located on the territory of the park, with a height of 3718 meters.

    You can climb the volcano, the cable car will take you to a height of 3550 meters, you can climb higher only with a special permit. In the national park, you can see unusual volcanic landscapes and admire rare plants.

    Teide National Park

    Teno Natural Park and Masca Gorge

    In the northwest of Tenerife there is one of the mountain ranges called Teno. It is of volcanic origin and looks very picturesque. The mountain range is dotted with many ravines and gorges covered with greenery. One of the gorges has become one of the most popular tourist routes. In the Maska Gorge, there is a fishing village of the same name, which once served as a hideout for pirates. On the territory of the mountain range is located Teno Rural Park, which has the status of a natural monument.

    Maska Gorge

    Anaga Natural National Park (Laurel forests and Taganana)

    Anaga is a mountain range in the north-eastern part of Tenerife. Most of the local endemic plants grow on its territory. To preserve them, the Anaga Rural Park, which has the status of a biosphere reserve, was founded.

    South of the Anaga Rural Park is the island’s oldest fishing village, founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1501.

    Anaga Rural Park is also famous for its relict laurel forests.

    Puerto de la Cruz Botanical Garden

    Puerto de la Cruz is home to the island’s oldest botanical garden. It was founded in 1788 with the aim of acclimatizing exotic plants so that they could then be grown in mainland Spain . The official name of the park is La Orotava Acclimatization Garden. The botanical garden in Puerto de la Cruz covers an area of ​​2.5 hectares; more than 4,000 plant species from South America and other tropical regions grow on its territory. The park’s most famous plant is the 200-year-old rubber tree.

    Botanical Garden

    García Sanabria Park

    The oldest park on the island, founded in 1926, is located in the capital of Tenerife. It is named after the mayor of the city who helped to open it. This is one of the largest parks in Tenerife, covering an area of ​​67 hectares. It is pleasant to walk in the park – fountains, sculptures, gazebos organically complement the huge collection of exotic plants. On the territory of the park there is a famous city landmark – a functioning flower clock.

    García Sanabria Park

    Taoro Park

    In Puerto de la Cruz, on Taoro Mountain, there is a luxury hotel surrounded by a beautiful park. Taoro Park covers an area of ​​10 hectares, it is divided into three zones: La Atalaya, Camino de La Sortija and Taoro Gardens. The park has wide alleys for walking; tropical plants and flowers grow on its territory. Taoro Park attracts tourists with the opportunity to take a walk, relax in the shade of trees, admire artificial waterfalls, see the city from different angles from the observation decks of the park.

    Taoro Park

    Esperanza Forest

    Esperanza Forest is located near La Laguna, its name translates as the Elven Forest of Hope. It is surrounded by myths and legends; the locals give it a mystical meaning and consider it a place of power. The forest consists of pines and eucalyptus trees, the air in it is very fresh and filled with a pleasant aroma. Wild animals and reptiles do not live in the forest, so walking through it is completely safe. Such relic forests have been preserved only in three places on the planet, therefore the Esperanza forest has the status of a reserve and is protected by the state.


    Water parks

    A mandatory attribute of a vacation with children at sea is visiting water parks. Water slides are the best complement to a beach holiday. They are equally loved by adults and children. There are two water parks in Tenerife – Aqualand and Siam Park. Each of them has its own advantages.

    Siam Park

    Siam Park is a water park in Costa Adeje, it covers an area of ​​18. 5 hectares, it got its name because of the stylization of all buildings, attractions and restaurants in the Siamese style. The water park was opened in 2008. There are 20 water attractions of different levels of complexity and extremeness on its territory. According to Tripadvisor, Siam Park is the best water park in the world, it has been holding its championship for 7 years. The most extreme slide of the water park Tower of Power has a height of 30 meters and an almost vertical slope. Also in Siam Park there is a pool with artificial waves of a record height, it reaches three meters.

    Aqualand

    Aqualand is another water park in Tenerife, built much earlier, in 1975. If you are relaxing with small children, it is better to prefer it, it is smaller, most of the slides are accessible for children. Aqualand also has another advantage – the best dolphin show on the island. Aqualand is also located in Costa Adeje. The park has 9 adult slides of varying difficulty, a children’s pool with a playground, a lazy river and other standard entertainment.

    Entertainment complex Lago Martianes

    Puerto de la Cruz is home to the Lago Martianez entertainment complex, the perfect place for a relaxing holiday. It is a complex of pools of different sizes with sea water. Lago Martianes has all the conditions for a comfortable stay for adults and children. The entertainment complex was built in 1971. The total area of ​​the pools is about 10 hectares. An artificial island with spouting geysers has been created in one of the pools. There are also children’s pools, spa pools. In Lago Martianez, an atmosphere of calm and relaxation reigns.

    Pools of Lago Martianes

    Oasis Park in Los Gigantes

    On the very shore of the ocean in Los Gigantes there is an entertainment complex Oasis Park, on its territory there are several pools, including an infinity pool with a magnificent view of the ocean and Los Gigantes cliffs and several water slides. There is also a children’s pool in the Oasis Park with slides and an entertainment complex. After relaxing by the pool and swimming, you can have a bite to eat at a local restaurant.

    Cesar Manrique Marine Park in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

    In the capital of the island, on the ocean, is the Marine Park, designed by the famous Cesar Manrique and named after him. The Marine Park is located next to the Auditorio de Tenerife. It fits perfectly into the surrounding landscape. The park consists of three swimming pools with sea water, a gym, a recreation area and other necessary infrastructure for recreation. One of the pools is for children, it has water slides for kids. The design of the park is made using natural materials, the pools are equipped with artificial islands with recreation areas and exotic plants.

    Cesar Manrique Marine Park

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    Amusement parks in Spain

    Summer is coming soon, which means it’s time for vacations. Let’s talk about amusement parks in Spain. I must say that in Spain there are quite a lot of such parks: theme parks, water parks, amusement parks, all kinds of dolphinariums and natural parks. All these places are usually located near resort towns. During the high season, there are many Spaniards themselves in the resorts and parks.

    1. Port Aventura, Salou

    The park is the hallmark of the country. PortAventura is an entire entertainment industry that includes Port Aventura, Caribe Aquatic Park and 5 hotels with camping areas.

    PortAventura itself is practically “Around the world in 1 day”. The park is built on the principle of five geographical zones: the Mediterranean, Polynesia, China, Mexico, and the Wild West. Each zone has its own color, its own architecture, its own clothes for employees.

    In the “Mediterranean” zone there is a high-speed catapult Furius Baco and the North Station (Estació del Nord). Sitting on the train, you can explore the entire territory of the park. Fireworks are also held here.

    “Polynesia” includes boats falling from waterfalls, a tropical bird show and a Sea Odyssey 4D cinema with motion simulators built into the seats.

    The Wild West is the park’s largest area, where you can raft on a log waterslide or ride the Stampida, a wooden roller coaster. In the Saloon, the visitor is waiting for a show with cancan, Indians and cowboy fights.

    In the “Mexico” zone there is an attraction – Hurakan Condor, a 100-meter pillar surrounded by the ruins of the pyramids of ancient civilizations, from which the “victim” in the chair falls down in 3 seconds. Visitors also have access to the abandoned El Diablo mine and a Mexican canteen with songs and dances.

    The China zone is rich in the scariest attractions: Shambala – 5 ups and downs 1650 meters long, and Dragon Khan – a high-speed roller coaster with 8 loops, reaching speeds of up to 110 km / h.

    Ticket price: adult – 45€; child – 39€. Combo tickets (3 days): Port Aventura + Caribe Aquatic Park adult – 79€; child – 64€.

    There are also many seasonal discounts: discount booklet for the Bus Turistic sightseeing bus, flyers in hotels, buying a ticket at the railway ticket office at full price, but with free passage to the park.

    2. Tibidabo, Barcelona

    At the highest point in Barcelona, ​​on the slopes of Mount Tibidabo, one of the oldest amusement parks in Europe is located. At an altitude of more than 500 m above sea level, under the walls of the Sacred Heart Cathedral, you can find an observation tower, carousels, water slides, a Ferris wheel, visit the deserted “hotel” with ghosts Krüeger Hotel, watch a puppet show and see the Correfoc procession before the park closes on a weekend (“Cercavila”) with street performers, circus performers and fireworks. You can get to Tibidabo Park from Barcelona by bus or by funicular from the city (7.70 €).

    Ticket price: 28.5€ adult. Children (up to 1.2 m) – 10.3 €. Up to 90 cm and over 60 years old – admission is free. By the way, there is a special price for people over 60 in all theme parks and most often equals a children’s ticket.

    3. Warner Bros. Movie World Park, Madrid

    A 20-minute drive from Madrid, in the suburbs of San Martin de la Vega, there is a theme park founded by the famous film company Warner Bros. Like Port Aventura, Movie World is made up of five zones inspired by the main genres of the film industry: Hollywood Boulevard, Film World Studios, Superhero World, Cartoon Village, Old West Territory. A quarter of the park: picturesque landscaped gardens and recreation areas with themed fountains and lagoons. Each of the zones has its own rides (including night ones), restaurants, theme shops and much more, all kinds of performances and light and music shows are arranged.

    Ticket price: adult – 39.9€, child – 29.90€. When buying online, tickets are much cheaper and cost 25.9 €.

    4. Casa de Campo, Madrid

    A favorite place for the inhabitants of the capital, the former royal hunting grounds, the vast and very green park of Casa de Campo is located in the forested area of ​​the quarter of the same name. The territory of the park is also famous for its very rich fauna, whose representatives can be seen both simply on the paths of the park and in the zoo, which is part of it.

    In addition to the zoo, there is an aquarium with dolphins, an amusement park, playgrounds, restaurants and a theater. The amusement park is divided into five thematic areas: Cars (Maquinismo), Peace (Tranquilidad), Main Street (Gran Avenida), Nature (Naturaleza), Children’s area (Infantil). Among the attractions you can find almost everything: dizzying swings that rotate around the axis, and roller coasters with incredible loops and turns, and water slides, and even an attraction that imitates rafting on inflatable rafts. In the southern part of the park there is an artificial lake with a fountain. You can swim on it on a boat or just swim.

    You can reach the park by the Teleférico cable car, which in itself is a great attraction: a ten-minute ride with pleasant music over Madrid will leave a lot of impressions. The fare is from 4 €. Children under 3 years old – free of charge.

    Ticket price: adult €31.90, child €24.90. Less than 100 cm – free of charge.

    4. Terra Mitica, Benidorm

    Amusement park in Benidorm, covering over a million square meters. There are various thematic zones here: Rome, Greece, Egypt, Iberia Park and a children’s area with copies of adult attractions. In addition to slides, carousels, swings and all kinds of “tornadoes”, here you can also see theatrical shows. These are not just performances stylized as an era, but rather rituals and legends of ancient cultures. Spectators not only watch the performances of artists, but are also involved in the show, becoming direct participants in the action.

    In the middle of the park there is a large lake, symbolizing the Mediterranean Sea. The lake can be crossed by passenger schooners and merchant ships. These ships, which symbolize the development of seafaring in the Mediterranean Sea, simultaneously deliver visitors to any of the five zones of the park. Also in the park there are restaurants, cafes and shops.

    Ticket price: adult – 35€, child – 26.5€. Children 0-5 years old are admitted free of charge.

    5. Aitana Safari Park, Alicante

    Approximately 70 km from Alicante, the Aytana Safari Park is located: a large area divided into two zones, pedestrian and car, about 7 km. In the automotive zone, you can meet both relatively safe herbivores and predators. Since the animals are in nature, you can go out and get closer to the giraffes, but in the zone of lions and tigers you can’t even open a window. In the pedestrian zone there are small animals: monkeys, ferrets, raccoons, parrots and cubs of lions playing right next to you.

    Feeding the animals is prohibited, but some species are allowed (food sold at the entrance). However, in pursuit of a treat, animals can harm your car, so you should be careful with feeding.

    Ticket price: adult – 20€, children from 4-12 – 16€.

    6. Terra Natura, Benidorm

    Petting zoo, spread over 36 hectares of land in the vicinity of Benidorm. Animals living here are in a habitat that is as close to natural as possible, i.e. without barriers, nets and gratings. It contains about 1500 specimens of animals of 200 species, 50 of which are on the verge of extinction, about 2500 specimens of plants of 160 species. The park is divided into five thematic zones: Pangea, America, Asia, Mare Nostrum and Europe, each of which represents the inhabitants of these particular regions of the Earth, as well as examples of architecture and culture of the peoples inhabiting them.

    There are attractions in the park. For example, the Bird of Prey Challenge (four hundred-meter “flight” on a cable car over the habitat of elephants), Copaltenango (“colonial” town from Central America) or Kalicameni (“piece” of the Greek village, on the streets of which folklore performances are held). The park hosts botanical and zoological exhibitions, various safaris, including night safaris. There is also an artificial volcano, 11 ethnic-style restaurants and about a dozen shops. You can move around the park on foot, by train, bus or electric car.

    Ticket price: adult 29€, child 23.5€.
    If you immediately buy a ticket to Aqua Natura, you need to pay extra 12€ per person.

    7. Aqua Nature, Benidorm

    The Aqua-Natura water park is adjacent to the Terra-Natura park and is considered one complex. This is a kilometer stretch of coastline with an excellent beach and good recreation infrastructure, which has its own water park, whose pools and channels have an area of ​​​​more than 40 thousand square meters. meters. In addition to the beach area, there is an aquarium with a chic collection of Mediterranean inhabitants (there is even a special pool with sharks in which you can swim), an underwater tunnel, underwater fountains, waterfalls, spa areas and water slides of all kinds. There are several restaurants, cafes and shops, there is a separate picnic area and sports grounds.

    Ticket price: adult 29€, child 23.5€. If you immediately buy nature in Terra, you need to pay extra 12€ per person.

    8. Bioparc, Valencia

    Another new type of zoo, where animals are not in enclosures, but in natural conditions. There are no cages and bars; visitors are separated from the animals by a moat or a low fence. The flora and fauna of the jungle, savannah, the African continent and subtropics – all this is presented in different zones of the “Biopark”: Savannah, Equatorial Africa and Madagascar.

    In the center of the park there is an amphitheater where performances take place. There is a cinema with films about animals and restaurants where you can have a bite to eat while continuing to watch wildlife. In the Biopark it is forbidden to touch and feed the animals, as well as to scare them with screams or flashlights. Violations can be fined.

    Ticket price: adult – 23. 80 €, children (4-12 years old) – 18 €.

    9. Dinopolis, Teruel

    The most modern paleontological park in the world “Dinopolis”, located almost in the center of the city of Teruel (Aragon). It is in Aragon that archaeologists find a large number of fossilized remains of ancient pangolins (there are 4 more similar parks in the region).

    Dinopolis is entirely dedicated to the history and study of dinosaurs. In addition to an interesting paleontological museum with the richest exposition (one of the largest collections of dinosaur skeletons in the world), the park has an extensive entertainment area with many thematic zones – Jurassic Park, River of Life, Time Machine Travel, Dinosaur Territory, Encounter with a Tyrannosaurus Rex and others. And all this is close to numerous areas for games, workshops, playgrounds, a stereophonic cinema and all kinds of restaurants.

    Ticket price: adult 28 €, children 22 €.

    10. Magic Island, Sevilla

    An excellent Seville amusement park, located right on the island of Cartuja on the site of the Expo 1992 pavilions. A theme park entirely dedicated to the era of colonial discoveries and sea adventures, located right in the city. Park areas: El Dorado, Puerto de Indias, Puerta de America, Amazonia, La Guarida de los Piratas and children’s area. In addition to attractions, each zone hosts its own show: The Jungle Book in the Lost City of El Dorado, the Black Flag in the Pirate Zone, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen and horse performances in the America zone and many others.

    A planetarium has recently opened here. It allows you to see the stars and planets in detail with the help of multimedia images created using new technologies and projected on a hemispherical screen with an area of ​​230 square meters. As with many Spanish theme parks, there is also the Agua Magica water park adjoining it.

    Ticket price: adult 29 €, child 21 €. Afternoon discounts. For the Aquapark surcharge 14.5 €.

    11 Siam Park, Tenerife

    Considered one of the best water parks in Europe. The owners, the Kisling family, built the park in Thai style as they lived in Thailand for several years. The park has many water slides of varying difficulty, a palace with artificial waves above three meters, a pool with sharks and stingrays, a playground for the smallest and a lot of greenery for a volcanic island. The water in the pool is desalinated and always warmed up to +24. Even if you don’t know how to swim, you shouldn’t miss this water park – the water level in the pools, where you get from the next slide, is sufficient to stand on your feet. In addition, lifeguards are located on each attraction at its different points. The park can be reached by free buses running along the coast.

    Ticket price: adult – 34€, children – 23€. If you take Siam Park + Loro Park: adult – 55 €, children – 36.5 €. If you take a double ticket, then only one and the same person can pass through it, for which a fingerprint is taken in Siam Park. A double ticket can be purchased from the age of 6, because. up to six are admitted to Loro Parque free of charge.

    12. Loro Parque, Tenerife

    Loro Parque in Tenerife is the second creation of the Kisling family. Initially, Loro Park was conceived as a parrot park and occupied 1.3 hectares in the northern part of the island. But over time, it has grown 10 times, becoming a huge green reserve for more than 4 thousand colorful parrots, as well as a home for the owners of Loro Park and Siam Park, the Kisling family. Their house is located right in the middle of the park, next to the restaurants. Here you can also throw bread into a pond with Japanese carps, look at huge gorillas, go to a fur seal show, visit the Antarctic zone, where penguins live in ice and snow, and an 18-meter tunnel with sharks. However, for 10 years now, not parrots, but ocean killer whales have become the hallmark of the park. Shows with them attract the most attention, and they even changed the logo of the park for them. Killer whales are huge predators with character, so each time the performance is different, but it causes constant delight of the public. Especially when the killer whale swims up to the side and begins to douse the front rows with water with its tail.

    Ticket price: adult 33€; children from 6 to 11 years old – 22€.

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    Eagles Park in Tenerife | Jungle Park

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    Canary Islands, Spain

    Everything for independent rest!

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    Zoo “Jungle Park” (Jungle Park) or “Park of the Eagles” is located in the south of the island of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain), at a distance of about 7 kilometers from the popular resorts of Playa de Las Americas, Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos. This is another theme park and at the same time a botanical garden in Tenerife. It is slightly inferior in popularity to Loro Park, but it is just as good in terms of entertainment and undoubtedly attracts in its own way. Its main “highlight” is a huge collection of birds of prey with their unique entertainment show, specially created for you, and of course its location near the southern resorts.

    Once inside his domain, tunnels, suspension bridges, waterfalls, lagoons and caves open up to your gaze. This is a real tropical oasis, which was discovered in 1995 in a desert mountain area, with an area of ​​75,000 m². Today, not only birds of prey live here, but also a collection of various animals, about 500 individuals. Of these: tigers, toucans, penguins, crocodiles, hippos, macaws, gibbons, pelicans, birds of prey, cranes, monk parrots, titi and saimiri monkeys, Brazza monkeys, orangutans, siamangs, leopards, cougars, white lions, caimans , alligators, lemurs, iguanas, marabou, kites, flamingos, spurred turtles, porcupines, meerkats, jaguars, owls, raccoons, penguins. ..


    Orlov Park Show

    Birds of Prey

    Three shows are held daily in Jungle Park: with trained birds of prey, the second with parrots, toucans and the third with sea lions.

    Birds of prey in the park follow all the trainer’s commands, they fly through the hoop, pick up various objects on command, and much more. This is admirable. The show is very interesting and unusual, considered one of the best in the world. All birds of prey are in a free state and in flight, it seems that there is a chance to fly away, but they do not do this, apparently they feed well and love. During the show, various tricks are performed literally within walking distance from you, including tearing off pieces of meat from the hands of a feeding trainer.

    Tip for visitors: during the predatory show, do not eat food, much less wave it, because this can attract a bird in the air, but it is still a predator.

    Exotic birds

    Complementing the show are smart parrots that will try to amaze you with their skillful tricks, such as: turning over on their backs, jumping on their legs, flying over their heads, riding a toy car, etc. Toucans from the woodpecker family will eat from your hands.

    Sea lions

    The family of sea lions: Bruno, Kasper, Julia, Bimba, Kuki, Alisa, Xana and Perla will try to make you fall in love with them and bring them closer to their fun water show program. Six females and 2 males will delight you, discovering their skills together with professional trainers.

    Schedule of the show

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    12:00 16:00
    Sea lions 13:45
    Penguin feeding ilba osenary osmotics. For pets, the park has special pavilions where parrots, friendly monkeys, lemurs and other tame animals live, which can be stroked and fed. Food is sold here, in vending machines. This entertainment is especially loved by children.


    Orlov Park Entertainment

    In addition to pleasant walks among lush tropical vegetation and watching eagles, griffins and other predators. In Orlov Park, you can tickle your nerves with local attractions. All visitors get a chance to feel like a real traveler through the tropical jungle, which consists of suspension bridges, rope tunnels and other extreme entertainment suspended at a decent distance from the ground. No less interesting attraction for adults and children with the name “Jungle Raid” (Jungle Raid) – is considered a kind of bobsleigh, where at a decent speed in a special sleigh you can ride along a winding track. This pleasure costs only 4 euros (this is the only entertainment for an additional fee in the park).

    It is better to come to Jungle Park for the whole day, then there will be enough time to see all the interesting things and visit the performances without haste. You can also have lunch here, on the territory of the Orlov Park there are several bar-restaurants with fast food (hamburgers, pizza, hot dogs, etc.), as well as self-service dishes prepared from high quality products.


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    Address

    Urbanización Las Águilas del Teide s/n
    38640 Arona-Tenerife Sur

    Phone: +(34) 922-729-010
    Fax: +(34) 922-723 Official Web -website: Jungle Park

    Working hours

    Daily (without days off)
    From 10:00 to 17:30 (open until 16:30).

    GPS Coordinates:

    28.080635, -16.694564
    28°04’50.3″N 16°41’40.4″W


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    Top Theme Parks You Don’t Know About 9001
    Going on a trip, each tourist collects not only luggage, but also information about the country where he is going, prepares his “list”, having fulfilled which, one can confidently call the vacation a success.

    Some prefer to spend their holidays in the same country they love, stay in a well-established hotel and, surrounded by the care of the staff, bask on the seashore, occasionally going on excursions to popular attractions. But there are also such avid travelers who cannot sit still in one place, they love to discover new places, “collect” the countries they have visited and look for something else to see that friends and acquaintances have not yet reached. In fact, you need to publish something non-trivial on social networks when you talk about your vacation. ATOR Bulletin offers to get acquainted with the TOP theme parks in different parts of the world, which you may not know about yet.

    Efteling – Kaatsheuvel, The Netherlands

    Photo from the park’s official page on Facebook.com

    Huge fantasy theme park with lots of fabulous rides, popular in the Netherlands but rarely visited by foreigners (94% of its visitors are Dutch). Efteling opened in 1952 and is one of the oldest amusement parks in the world – it is three years older than American Disneyland. The Efteling is said to have inspired Walt Disney to build his own amusement park, while Disneyland Paris consulted the Dutch on how best to attract a European visitor. Among the main attractions stand out the grandiose double-track wooden slides “Joris de Draak” (“Dragon Joris”), where two trains rush one after another. The entire territory of the park is decorated with sculptures of magical creatures, including the character of the Brothers Grimm Lang Nek (Long Neck) – the unofficial mascot of the park.
    Entrance – from 34 €, children under 3 years old are admitted free of charge. The park is open in July-August from 10:00 to 20:00, from September to June – from 10:00 to 18:00.

    High Chaparral, Vernamo, Sweden

    Photo from the park website highchaparral.se

    High Chaparral is built in the form of a border town in the Wild West, through which you can ride on a steam locomotive. However, you’ll get the most out of epic shows that bring westerns to life, with gunfire, explosions, and dashing guys throwing each other off wooden porches. You can watch six different shows, including the legendary Zorro and the city’s patron Lucky Luke.

    Ticket price (per day) – from 16.50 £. The park is open from May 30 to August 16, as well as August 21-23 and August 28-30, from 10:00 to 18:00.

    Vulcania – Saint-Urs, Auvergne, France

    Photo from the park website vulcania.com

    France is famous for its wonderful educational amusement parks. While the Puy du Fou in the Vendée wows visitors with a reenactment of a historic battle, Vulcania makes volcanology interesting and worth exploring. In addition to a museum full of ambitious interactive exhibits that help explain the nature of volcanic activity, the park features slides, including the breathtaking Dragon Slide. The park was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Hans Hollein. The central structure of the park is a 28-meter cone, fiery gold inside, lined with lava stone on the outside.
    Entrance for adults – €24, for children from 6 to 16 years old – €17. Opening hours can be found at vulcania.com

    Grutas Park, Druskininkai, Lithuania

    Photo from the park’s official page on Facebook. com

    Are you familiar with Jurassic Park-style rides where you walk through a forest full of giant dinosaur sculptures? Grutas, in general, looks like such a park, but instead of di 9

    If you went to Italy with children, after long walks around Milan and exciting shopping, the most correct thing is to give the children the opportunity to get real pleasure from the trip and go with the whole family to Leolandia Park, located an hour’s drive from the city. This children’s theme park has been significantly updated over the past two years: the Peppa Pig World playground has opened, Cowboy City has been modernized. Along with various attractions and a children’s zoo, the park hosts exciting shows with the participation of fairies, pirates and trained parrots.

    Admission for adults – 13.50 €, reduced ticket – 12.50 €. The park is open daily from 10:00 to 18:00.

    Siam Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands

    Photo from the park’s official page on Facebook. com

    A water park with a national flavor, perhaps this is how Siam Park can be described. A piece of Asia in the heart of the Canary Islands – that’s what Siam Park in Tenerife is. The huge water park, built in 2008, has rides that will get adrenaline pumping even for seasoned daredevils, such as the Mekong rapids, the Dragon, and the extreme Tower of Power slide, a nearly vertical descent from a 28-meter height. Those who don’t want to risk their swimwear can opt for the park’s quieter rides, such as paddling down the Lazy River (Mai Thai River) or sunbathing on Siam Beach.
    Admission for adults – 34€, for children from 3 to 11 years old – 23€. Opening hours: from May to October from 10:00 to 18:00, from November to April from 10:00 to 15:00.

    Popeye Village – Anchor Bay, Malta

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    In 1980, the movie Popeye, starring Robin Williams, may have been a resounding failure, but it left a legacy. In a charming family vacation spot called Popeye Village, on the shore of a wonderful bay, there is a group of dilapidated (as it was conceived) wooden buildings – this is the former film set of the film. Visitors can stroll through the colorful village, meet the characters in the film, visit rides and attractions, including the Popeye the Sailor Comic Museum. This hero is almost unfamiliar to Russian tourists, but in America, for example, he is extremely popular. It also organizes regular boat trips, puppet shows and film screenings, where, among other tapes, you can see the same film “Popeye” with a Hollywood star.
    Admission is free. Opening hours can be found at popeyemalta.com

    Bakken, Klampenborg, Denmark

    Photo from the park website bakken . dk

    It turns out that Bakken is the oldest amusement park in the world. It is located just a 10-minute drive north of Copenhagen (which, by the way, also boasts a 19th-century amusement park in the city center – the famous Tivoli). The charming historical park was founded back in 1583! It is rarely possible to meet foreign visitors in it, but the Danes simply adore the park. And while the Bakken can’t compete with modern theme parks for their thrills and interactive programs, it does have some impressive rides, like the grandiose wooden Rutschebanen, a 1919-built coaster.32 year. Surrounded by greenery, this stylish and nostalgic park is great for family fun.
    Entrance for adults 24 €, for children 17 €. Open from 26 March to 30 August. Opening hours can be found at bakken.dk

    Tripsdrill, Germany

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    Tripsdrill, which opened in 1929, is Germany’s oldest theme park and has been in the hands of the Fischer family since its opening. This huge park features a 860-metre modern Mammoth wooden slide, as well as a falling water ride and rapids. The wildlife park is another center of attraction for visitors, home to about 130 species of animals, including wild horses, arctic wolves and bears, as well as a permanent exhibition of birds of prey.

    Entrance for adults and children over 12 years old 28. 50 €, for children from 4 to 11 years old 24.50 €, children under 4 years old are admitted free of charge. The theme park and wildlife park are open from March 28 to November 8, opening hours are from 9:00 to 18:00. In winter, from November to March, the Wildlife Park is open on weekends from 9:00 to 17:00.

    Area 47, Ötztal, Tyrol, Austria

    Photo from the park website area47.at

    A huge amusement park located in the open air on the banks of the river, in the Ötztal valley. Area 47 has breathtaking extreme attractions: 30-meter mega-swing, bungee jumping from the bridge, climbing wall, water park and diving tower, water ski jumping, spectacular slides. Thrill-seekers can try out a water catapult, go rafting, canyoning, speleology, cross-country cycling. The park is very popular among those who love risk and are chasing new experiences.

    The cost and time of the visit can be found on the park website area47.at

    Have a nice holiday!

    Fuerteventura Attractions | Russian center on the island of Gran Canaria

    The island-reserve of Fuerteventura attracts vacationers with non-traditional resorts, ultra-modern entertainment centers and chic architectural masterpieces – tourists do not come here for this. Some are looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday on endless deserted beaches, others want to enjoy the pristine beauty of unique natural landscapes, others are ready to spend all their time waiting for the perfect wave to conquer it on a surfboard. However, there are also some interesting architectural sights and some opportunities for entertainment.

    It is worth telling more about the beaches of Fuerteventura, so we will tell about them in the next article, but read about natural parks, a few architectural monuments and what else is worth seeing on the island right now.

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    Oasis Park

    Oasis park is a completely unique place. This is a zoo, and a circus, and a botanical garden, and a safari center, which occupy a vast territory exceeding 800,000 square meters! And there are also restaurants, walking and recreation areas, exhibition pavilions, lakes, etc. It is located near the small town of Lahita, on the isthmus of the Jandia Peninsula.

    You can spend the whole day in Oasis Park and not even notice it! Of great interest is the local luxurious, green botanical garden, which looks all the more amazing, given that Fuerteventura is dominated by desert landscapes. It occupies 250 thousand square meters and here you can see more than 1500 varieties of plants, including a huge number of almost unique cacti (some reach 4 meters in height). It is curious that this green natural beauty was created here in just 30 years – in the early 80s, when the first plants began to be planted here, only a few palm trees grew in this area.

    Walking in the garden is one thing, and in Oasis Park you can even see it almost completely from above! To do this, you need to visit the research center, above which rises the Girre tower with a special observation deck. This tower is also used for observing rare bird species that are found in the park. By the way, the places of migration of birds, which are territorially related to the park, are surrounded by special fences and tourists are not allowed to enter there – this is done in order not to violate the usual conditions for migratory birds.

    Of course, the local zoo also attracts special attention. Here you can see more than 3,000 animals that belong to 250 species! Turtles, camels, crocodiles, hippos, giraffes, lemurs, monkeys and many, many others live here in conditions as close to natural as possible, in huge enclosures. You can even touch some animals or take part in feeding them. There is also a small dolphinarium where you can see a show of sea lions!

    The Oasis Park regularly hosts a variety of performances featuring different animals, birds and reptiles. Those who want to have time to explore every corner of the park can be advised to rent an electric car or choose a more exotic way of transportation – a real camel!

    In addition, the park has three excellent restaurants, a small farm with pets that you can help take care of, there is even a small market with all sorts of interesting handicrafts, unusual souvenirs and local delicacies!

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    American Star ship

    More precisely, this is only half of the ship and it can be called a landmark very conditionally. The history of this cruise liner is extremely interesting: it was built in 1940 and at that time she was the real pride of the entire American fleet, during the Second World War, this ship, converted for military purposes, was used as an escort ship, and since 1946 it again began to carry ordinary passengers.

    He retired in 1993 and they decided to move him to Thailand, where they were going to turn him into a luxury hotel. But it was not there – during transportation, it fell into several severe storms and was eventually stranded off Fuerteventura. During the shipwreck, the ship broke into two parts, the back one sank, and the rusty bow can still be seen in the Playa de Garcia area. Against the background of this picturesque half of the ship, all tourists who come to the island try to take pictures.

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    Gustav Winter’s Villa

    In the secluded western part of the Jandia peninsula, not far from Cofete beach, one of the few architectural attractions of Fuerteventura is located – the villa of the German industrialist and engineer Gustav Winter. It is known that during the Second World War, the Jandia peninsula was a closed region, all the inhabitants were evicted from here, and it was here that the secret base of the German submarine fleet was located. Officially, these places belonged to the German company Dehesa de Jandia S.A., which was managed by Gustav Winter.

    He built a two-story villa here for himself and his family, which many claim was just a front. According to various speculations and rumors, there were many large caves under the house in the rocks, where you could only get under water – they were allegedly used so that German submarines could hide here. According to another version, it was here that a secret clinic was located during the war years, where plastic surgery was performed on top Nazis so that they could start a new life in South America. And, of course, there were rumors that Nazi treasures were hidden here – this version attracts many adventurers here. Now the villa belongs to a Spanish construction company and it is planned to equip a hotel or a restaurant here in the near future.

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    Baku Water Park

    There is only one water park on the entire island of Fuerteventura, which is surprising for a tropical resort center. Baku Water Park is an open, impressive themed entertainment complex covering an area of ​​160,000 square meters!

    Numerous slides, swimming pools, a sandy area for sunbathing, a jacuzzi, children’s play areas, etc. await tourists here. Here you can even take a boat ride down a small waterfall, as well as swim in a pool with real sea lions, rays and sharks. Restaurants, cafes, a bowling center, a small golf course – all this is also included in the water park complex.

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    Betancuria

    The small village of Betancuria is one of the few located in the central part of the island. In addition, it is one of the first settlements that were founded on the island – the first buildings appeared here as early as 1404. Until 1834, the capital of Fuerteventura was located here. Today, Betancuria is one of the most picturesque and authentic villages of the island and tourists often come here.

    It is noteworthy that it lies in the crater of an extinct volcano. In its center you can see one of the oldest churches on the island – the Church of Iglesia de Santa Maria. The first building on this site was built in the year the city was founded, but it was burned down at the end of the 16th century. The church, which has survived to this day, was built in 1620. You should definitely go inside and appreciate its beautiful baroque altar.

    On the northern edge of the village you can see the picturesque ruins of the oldest Franciscan monastery on the island, Saint Bonaventure. And there are also two museums here: the museum of religious art, with a collection of church art and photographs of almost all the churches of the Canary archipelago, and an archaeological museum with five halls filled with interesting finds.

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    Basically Fuerteventura is: waves, wind, surfing, ocean, beaches and sandy valleys.

    The most windless month in Fuerteventura is September and early October, and in all other months a strong wind blows.

    Of course, there are not as many attractions here as on the neighboring islands of Gran Canaria or Tenerife, but this Canary Island deserves attention!

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    Tenerife Jungle Park – Eagles Park

    Hello friends! We are sure that the park, where we will go with you today, deserves the closest attention and interest. The hallmark of this amazing place is the eagles, and its name Jungle Park in itself gives us a sense of wildlife and its pristine beauty. You are not mistaken, we are met by the jungle, but what!

    Genuine jungle

    Tenerife’s Jungle Park, formerly known as the “Eagles of the Teide Volcano” and later as the “Park of the Eagles”, is located in the southern part of the island near Playa de las Americas (Spanish: Playa de las Americas), a popular tourist resort. This is a theme park, with its spectacularity and originality for a long time challenging the palm with another park in Tenerife – Loro Parque. We will not compare them. Yet they are different parks and each is good in its own way. If you’ve been to both, then write your opinion in the comments.

    The complex covers an area of ​​75 thousand square meters. m and is a man-made jungle with lush tropical vegetation brought here from different parts of the globe, and a wide variety of wildlife represented here by lions and tigers, hippos and crocodiles, chimpanzees, orangutans and other primates, flamingos, ostriches, penguins, sea lions . Here you can watch the cute habits of lemurs, meerkats and raccoons. Yes, if you can count them all… The undoubted pride of the park is a huge collection of birds of prey, now and then soaring up under the clouds at breathtaking speed.

    A small African tribe, wild, but extremely cute, has “taken root” in the park, beating drums and famously beating rhythmic national dances with their feet. Of course, these are artists, in bright costumes and ritual coloring, entertaining the audience and complementing the colorful atmosphere of the jungle of the Spanish island. We won’t be bored!

    From the history of the park

    A completely bare, barren and deserted place on the rocky slopes was chosen for the arrangement of the park, which skillful human hands gradually turned into a real miracle – a tropical oasis with waterfalls, paradise vegetation and living creatures, alluring visitors with comfort and ease, coziness huts and holiday houses and promising a wide variety of entertainment. At the gates of Jungle Park, two stylizations of huge eagles were installed, and along the walls there are several sculptures that give the impression of the mysterious guardians of this place. We must give credit to landscape designers and garden art specialists for such a masterpiece, which simultaneously combines wild jungles and modern entertainment and attractions areas that are equally interesting for both children and adults. The park in Tenerife has existed for twenty years, its opening took place at 1995 year. Since then, visitors have not tired of admiring its beauty and looking for entertainment in it to their liking. After all, we also came here for impressions, so we take a map at the entrance, which will tell you how to get to the place of interest to us and help us orient ourselves, and – to new impressions!

    Lions, jaguars and other animals welcome you

    These are the animals we see when we enter the park gates. Sometimes they bask in the shade, but often delight visitors by walking along the enclosure and giving the opportunity to examine themselves or by swimming to the other side of a small pond, as if letting them know that they are a little tired of such close daily attention.

    Eagles are excellent performers

    Initially, performances were held in the park with the participation of these birds of prey. As before, this now legendary spectacle takes place within a circular arena built in the form of an amphitheatre. Music sounds in the arena, and the birds, flying over the heads of the spectators, perform various tricks and pirouettes in front of the bewitched audience, sit on the crossbars on command, and catch food on the fly. The trainers, although they demonstrate complete understanding with the birds, put on special thick leather gloves on their hands so that the sharp claws of the birds do not cut into their hands. Participation in the show of bald eagles – large birds of prey imported from America – is a real highlight of the program. To be honest, you will not find such a performance of trained predatory representatives of birds anywhere else in the world.

    Other smaller birds also take part in the show: vultures, eagle owls, peacocks, crowned cranes, parrots or marabou, which can jump through a hoop and even walk between the rows of spectators and peck food directly from their palms. You can take great photos with birds. Children are delighted with such communication with birds!

    A walk around the zoo

    Animals living in Jungle Park are provided with very comfortable conditions. Birds, for example, live in roofless cages and can fly freely for hours. The playgrounds and enclosures are thought out in every detail, with islands, rocky and sandy areas, swimming ponds and luxurious thickets of tropical trees and shrubs, where you can hide from the sun or the overly inquisitive visitor. In special “contact” pavilions, you can communicate with completely peaceful animals without fear of petting or feeding them. And you can buy food in the vending machine right at the pavilion. Very convenient, isn’t it?

    If you want, we can admire the rarest white lion, which is one of the 27 representatives of the family of wild cats of this color left on earth. You will be pleasantly surprised by your walk along the numerous paths and bridges and the opportunity to see enough of all the animals and birds without disturbing their peace and at the same time feeling completely safe.

    Extreme Entertainment

    Jungle Park is also designed for fans of a little extreme sports, as it provides entertainment in the form of an obstacle course called “Jungle Raid”, consisting of platforms, walls, suspension bridges, towers, mesh pipes and ropes (currently moment does not work, see the note at the end of the article). You can also visit the attraction, which is a bobsleigh track, only summer, with an 800-meter metal chute, along which they descend on a sleigh, developing a decent speed. It is important to know that each lap of the descent is paid separately, its cost is 4 euros.

    Schedule and ticket prices

    We have already noticed that on the map that you received at the entrance to the park, you can see a lot of useful information about the hours of performances, their list, venues where the shows take place, places for recreation. Paths and bridges, the location of certain animals are also indicated there.
    The park is open to everyone from 10.00 to 17.30 daily, tickets are sold until 16.30. Entrance will cost an adult 26 euros, a child 5-10 years old – 17.50 euros, 3-4 years old – 9Euro. A company of several people is more profitable to use a double ticket (Aqualand + Jungle Park) worth 51 euros for adults and 35 euros for children. It is possible to purchase tickets online, then you will save money, because you can buy tickets at a significant discount – the official site of Jungle Park. All tickets are valid for 90 days from the date of purchase.

    Attraction Schedule

    • Penguin Feeding – 12:45 pm
    • Exotic Birds – 11:00 am and 2:30 pm
    • Sea lions – 13:45 and 15:15
    • Birds of prey – 12:00 and 16:00
    If you work up an appetite

    There is a small restaurant near the area with exotic birds. The prices are not quite adequate, but you can enjoy the bird show right from there. In addition, you can look into one of several bistros to refresh yourself with soft drinks. For a snack, these fast foods are quite suitable. And for children, you can even order a birthday celebration with a special menu, gifts for the birthday boy and attractive discounts: all you need is a group of 15 people. It is unlikely that your child will remain indifferent to such a fun vacation!
    Do not forget about souvenirs for relatives and friends, which will be offered to you in a shop in the park. Yes, you yourself, having bought some trinket for yourself personally, will remember Jungle Park with tenderness and delight as a place that gave you a lot of positive.

    Useful information

    • When you are at the performance of birds of prey, it is better to hide food away, then you will protect yourself and your child, because a bird of prey, seeing a piece of sausage or a bun in your hand, can instinctively rush for food and frighten or scratch you.
    • The cable cars and the obstacle course were closed as of January 2016. Perhaps they were completely dismantled. Who will attend, write in the comments whether it was restored or not.
    • The duration of all performances in the park is 30 minutes, their cost is included in the ticket. If you take pictures with birds, you will have to do this for an additional fee – 8 euros, and you can pick up a photo when leaving the park.
    • There is paid parking – 4 euros per day.
    • Upon arrival, tourists are given advertising booklets, which can save a few euros on the entrance ticket.
    • When planning your visit, check the height of your children with the price list on the site, it may turn out that you will have to pay as an adult. In order not to spoil your mood, it is better to find out about it in advance.

    How to get to Jungle Park

    From Las Americas, Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje

    The easiest way to get there is by free bus. Two routes collect tourists from the main resorts of the south in the first half of the day and take them back in the afternoon. Stops and timetables are shown on the map below. You can also take a taxi, the cost will depend on the starting point (on average, from 15 to 30 euros).

    You can get there by your own car moving in the direction of Chayofa / Arona / Teide and then follow the signs to the Jungle Park itself (see map). Google shows the shortest path in its opinion, so don’t be surprised if suddenly road signs lead a little wrong, it’s better to follow them.

    From the capital of Santa Cruz and the northern part

    From the northern part it is easy to get there, moving along the main highway TF-1 and follow the signs (exit 72 on TF-28 at the entrance to Los Cristianos).

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    Dream Marina in Santa Cruz de Tenerife provides accommodations with free WiFi, 2. 3 km from Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, 8 km from Museo Histórico Militar de Canarias and a 15-minute walk from Museo municipal de Bellas Artes. The property, housed in a building dating from 2002, is 2.7 km from Auditorio de Tenerife and 3.2 km from Estadio Heliodoro Rodríguez López.

    The apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a balcony with city views.

    Tenerife Trade Fair is 3.4 km from the apartment. The nearest airport is Tenerife Norte Airport, 14.5 km from Dream Marina.

    Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.5 for a two-person trip.

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    • Buenas tardes, estoy interesado en la propiedad, me gustaría saber si hay wifi disponible y que tamaño es la terraza y a donde está orientada. Gracias

      Hola
      Tenemos wifi con Vodafone 300mb
      Funciona muy bien
      La terraza es 1m por 2m
      Y no está abierta
      orientación oeste

      Answered on January 11, 2021

    • Is this a high floor..?? Is there a lift??

      Hi
      The apartment is on the 4th floor of a total 5 floors
      There is a lift

      Answered on July 28, 2020

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    Free public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not possible).

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

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    Freedom to eat when you want

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    • Upper floors accessible by elevator

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    All cribs and extra beds are subject to availability.

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    “Santa Cruz de Tenerife, commonly abbreviated as Santa Cruz (Spanish: [santa ˈkɾuθ]), is a city, the capital of the island of Tenerife, Province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and capital of the Canary Islands. Santa Cruz has a population of 206,593 (2013) within its administrative limits. The urban zone of Santa Cruz extends beyond the city limits with a population of 507,306 and 538,000 within urban area. It is the second largest city in the Canary Islands and the main city on the island of Tenerife, with nearly half of the island’s population living in or around it.

    Santa Cruz is located in the northeast quadrant of Tenerife, 210 kilometres (130 mi) off the north-western coast of Africa within the Atlantic Ocean. The distance to the nearest point of mainland Spain is 1,300 kilometres (810 mi). Between the 1833 territorial division of Spain and 1927, Santa Cruz de Tenerife was the sole capital of the Canary Islands, until 1927 when a decree ordered that the capital of the Canary Islands be shared, as it remains at present. The port is of great importance and is the communications hub between Europe, Africa and Americas, with cruise ships arriving from many nations. The city is the focus for domestic and inter-island communications in the Canary Islands. The city is home to the Parliament of the Canary Islands, the Audience of Accounts of the Canary Islands, the Captaincy General of the Canary Islands, the Canarias Ministry of the Presidency (shared on a four-year cycle with Las Palmas), one half of the Ministries and Boards of the Canarias Government, (the other half being located in Gran Canaria), the Tenerife Provincial Courts and two courts of the Superior Court of Justice of the Canary Islands. There are several faculties of the La Laguna University in Santa Cruz, including the Fine Arts School and the Naval Sciences Faculty. Its harbour is one of Spain’s busiest. It is important for commercial and passenger traffic as well as for being a major stopover for cruisers en route from Europe to the Caribbean. The city also has one of the world’s largest carnivals. The Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife now aspires to become a World Heritage Site, and is the second largest in the world.The varied architecture of the city stands out, highlighting the Auditorio de Tenerife (Auditorium of Tenerife), which is considered one of the greatest exponents of contemporary architecture. In the panoramic view of the city, the Torres de Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Towers) also stand out, which with 120 meters tallest twin towers in Spain. Other outstanding places are the Plaza de España (Spain Square), which is the nerve center of the city, and the Parque García Sanabria (García Sanabria Park), a large urban park located in the center of the city. Outside the city but in its municipal district, Playa de Las Teresitas (Las Teresitas) and a large part of the Macizo de Anaga (Anaga Massif) stand out, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 2015. Santa Cruz de Tenerife hosts the first headquarters of the Center UNESCO in the Canary Islands. In recent years the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife has seen the construction of a significant number of modern structures and the city’s skyline is the sixth in height across the country, behind Madrid, Benidorm, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao.In 2012, the British newspaper The Guardian included Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the list of the five best places in the world to live, next to the Cihangir district, in Istanbul; the district of Sankt Pauli, in Hamburg, the north coast of Maui, in Hawaii and Portland, in the state of Oregon (United States). The 82% of the municipal territory of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is considered a natural area, this is due in large part to the presence of the Anaga Rural Park. This fact makes Santa Cruz the third largest municipality in Spain with the highest percentage of natural territory, after Cuenca (87%) and Cáceres (83%). The city has a status of global city (in Sufficiency category).” Wikipedia

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    A holiday resort on the eastern coast of Tenerife island with a harbour and marina and a black sandy beach.

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    A busy popular town on the eastern coast of Tenerife, home to a marina and a harbour.

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    A small popular resort town on the eastern coast of Tenerife island with three black sandy beaches and a marina to the south.

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    A large historic town on the northern rocky coast of Tenerife island full of hotels, guest-houses and restaurants, with a small fishing harbour.

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    A pretty and green town on the northern rocky hillside coast of Tenerife island with a small cove and quayside.

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    A popular tourist town on the western coast of Tenerife island south of the mountainous north-western cape. Home to a large number of holiday resorts and a harbour and marina.

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    A popular holiday destination on the north-western coast of Gran Canaria island with a series of restaurants around the bay.

    13 . Costa Adeje

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    A large holiday town on the south-western coast of Tenerife island and home to a large harbour and marina.

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    A busy residential town on the western coast of Tenerife island home to a local harbour and a large number of restaurants within the town.

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    A large popular holiday destination on the southern coast of Tenerife island under the Guaza mountain. Home to a three sandy beaches and a marina next to the ferry terminal.

    16 . Playa de las Americas

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    A large holiday resort along the southern rocky coastline home to famous black sandy beaches, a harbour and marina, and Europe’s largest water theme park.

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    A popular holiday destination on the rocky western coast on the north-western coastline of Gran Canaria, home to a harbour and small marina.

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    A small village on the northern coast of Gran Canaria island with a rocky beach and a small collection of bars and restaurants.

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    Important information: Before embarking on a sea voyage, make sure that you do not get sick. Especially people who doubt their state of being in the sea (Atlantic Ocean). To do this, you need to prepare – buy a temporary remedy for seasickness in a pharmacy (farmacia). Tablets for adults, syrup for children (preferably with caffeine for adults). You can read in detail about the prevention and prevention of seasickness in Wikipedia: seasickness.

    In case of poor health and cancellation of the voyage through no fault of the captain or technical breakdown of the yacht, the money will not be returned.

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    Visited the park. This is more for children from 3 to 10 years old. It’s best to arrive just after sunset. The show, as in the photo, of course, was not. At 22h. The magician came out and performed several tricks. Animator for…

    Visited the park. This is more for children from 3 to 10 years old. It’s best to arrive just after sunset. The show, as in the photo, of course, was not. At 22h. The magician came out and performed several tricks. Animator for children is good! Everything about everything took us an hour, fifteen hours.

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    Es una experiencia a vivir en Tenerife Sur si tienes tiempo. Las figuras iluminadas a la noche son preciosas. La carpa central que sirve como restaurante/bar, da una comida muy buena. Los…

    Es una experiencia a vivir en Tenerife Sur si tienes tiempo. Las figuras iluminadas a la noche son preciosas. La carpa central que sirve como restaurante/bar, da una comida muy buena. Los empleados muy simpaticos.

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    Roberto Miguel,
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    Jul 16 2022

    Good

    Sorprendente. Muy bonita. Personal muy amable. Algunas zonas espectaculares. Espectaculo muy corto y algo tarde. Alguna zona mejorable.

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    Chinese Lantern World: Light Show Tenerife is a spectacle of giant light sculptures that will delight the whole family.

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Canary Islands topographic map, elevation, relief

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Canary Islands, Spain (28.29358 -16.62145)

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Name: Canary Islands topographic map, elevation, relief.

Coordinates: 27.63774 -18.16087 29.41606 -13.33201

Minimum elevation: 0 m

Maximum elevation: 3,551 m

Average elevation: 18 m

Canary Islands

The archipelago’s beaches, climate and important natural attractions, especially Maspalomas in Gran Canaria and Teide National Park and Mount Teide (a World Heritage Site) in Tenerife (the third tallest volcano in the world measured from its base on the ocean floor), make it a major tourist destination with over 12 million visitors per year, especially Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote. The islands have a subtropical climate, with long hot summers and moderately warm winters. The precipitation levels and the level of maritime moderation vary depending on location and elevation. Green areas as well as desert exist on the archipelago. Due to their location above the temperature inversion layer, the high mountains of these islands are ideal for astronomical observation. For this reason, two professional observatories, Teide Observatory on the island of Tenerife and Roque de los Muchachos Observatory on the island of La Palma, have been built on the islands.

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Spain (39.32607 -4.83798)

Coordinates: 27.43354 -18.39368 43.99331 4.59189 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 3,679 m – Average elevation: 297 m

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Barcelona, Barcelonès, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain (41.38289 2.17743)

Coordinates: 41.31704 2.05250 41.46791 2.22836 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 515 m – Average elevation: 79 m

Cádiz

Spain > Andalusia > Bay of Cádiz > Cádiz

Cádiz, Bay of Cádiz, Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain (36. 52974 -6.29290)

Coordinates: 36.44379 -6.31746 36.54546 -6.22506 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 34 m – Average elevation: 2 m

Tenerife

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Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain (28.29358 -16.62145)

Coordinates: 27.99808 -16.92593 28.60540 -16.11938 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 3,629 m – Average elevation: 92 m

Valencia

Spain > Valencian Community > Valencia > Valencia

Valencia, Comarca de València, Valencia, Valencian Community, Spain (39.46971 -0.37634)

Coordinates: 39.27845 -0.43255 39.56661 -0.27252 – Minimum elevation: -2 m – Maximum elevation: 805 m – Average elevation: 78 m

Málaga

Spain > Andalusia > Málaga-Costa del Sol > Málaga

Málaga, Málaga-Costa del Sol, Malaga, Andalusia, Spain (36. 72130 -4.42164)

Coordinates: 36.63457 -4.58789 36.89404 -4.26049 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 1,023 m – Average elevation: 280 m

Murcia

Spain > Region of Murcia > Murcia

Murcia, Área Metropolitana de Murcia, Region of Murcia, Spain (37.99238 -1.13054)

Coordinates: 37.71587 -1.38483 38.11792 -0.85089 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 1,105 m – Average elevation: 170 m

Gràcia

Spain > Catalonia > Barcelonès > Barcelona

Gràcia, Barcelona, Barcelonès, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain (41.41017 2.15514)

Coordinates: 41.39556 2.12972 41.42489 2.17208 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 509 m – Average elevation: 125 m

Tarragona

Spain > Catalonia > Tarragona > Tarragona

Tarragona, Tarragonès, Tarragona, Catalonia, 43001, Spain (41. 11724 1.25461)

Coordinates: 41.07864 1.18706 41.16688 1.37523 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 734 m – Average elevation: 78 m

Elx / Elche

Spain > Valencian Community > Alacant / Alicante > Elx / Elche

Elx / Elche, el Baix Vinalopó, Alacant / Alicante, Valencian Community, Spain (38.26533 -0.69884)

Coordinates: 38.12791 -0.78181 38.34480 -0.51018 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 596 m – Average elevation: 74 m

Lanzarote

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Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain (29.03971 -13.63629)

Coordinates: 28.83838 -13.88231 29.41606 -13.33201 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 663 m – Average elevation: 28 m

Girona

Spain > Valencian Community > Orba

Girona, Orba, la Marina Alta, Alacant / Alicante, Valencian Community, 03791, Spain (38. 78757 -0.08782)

Coordinates: 38.78615 -0.09015 38.78816 -0.08504 – Minimum elevation: 75 m – Maximum elevation: 834 m – Average elevation: 327 m

Lleida

Spain > Catalonia > Lleida > Lleida

Lleida, Segrià, Lleida, Catalonia, Spain (41.61476 0.62678)

Coordinates: 41.51035 0.36360 41.73957 0.74198 – Minimum elevation: 79 m – Maximum elevation: 918 m – Average elevation: 286 m

Majorca

Spain > Balearic Islands

Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain (39.61343 2.88035)

Coordinates: 39.26434 2.34473 39.96251 3.47875 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 1,408 m – Average elevation: 36 m

Granada

Spain > Andalusia > Granada > Granada

Granada, Comarca de la Vega de Granada, Granada, Andalusia, Spain (37. 18078 -3.58926)

Coordinates: 37.13670 -3.70036 37.22502 -3.49632 – Minimum elevation: 546 m – Maximum elevation: 3,073 m – Average elevation: 1,006 m

Girona

Spain > Catalonia > Girona > Girona

Girona, Gironès, Girona, Catalonia, Spain (41.97930 2.81994)

Coordinates: 41.93924 2.78310 42.02973 2.89824 – Minimum elevation: 36 m – Maximum elevation: 478 m – Average elevation: 159 m

Guadix

Spain > Andalusia > Comarca de Guadix > Guadix

Guadix, Comarca de Guadix, Granada, Andalusia, Spain (37.30069 -3.13520)

Coordinates: 37.23862 -3.26153 37.56132 -2.93718 – Minimum elevation: 553 m – Maximum elevation: 3,131 m – Average elevation: 1,163 m

Alicante

Spain > Valencian Community > Alacant / Alicante > Alicante

Alicante, l’Alacantí, Alacant / Alicante, Valencian Community, Spain (38. 34364 -0.48817)

Coordinates: 38.16039 -0.65670 38.53707 -0.37509 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 1,403 m – Average elevation: 225 m

Torremolinos

Spain > Andalusia > Costa del Sol Occidental > Torremolinos

Torremolinos, Costa del Sol Occidental, Malaga, Andalusia, Spain (36.62428 -4.49954)

Coordinates: 36.59940 -4.56152 36.65240 -4.47522 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 740 m – Average elevation: 149 m

Ibiza

Spain > Balearic Islands > Ibiza

Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain (38.97439 1.41975)

Coordinates: 38.83042 1.21327 39.11841 1.62159 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 467 m – Average elevation: 16 m

Sierra Nevada

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Sierra Nevada, Granada, Andalusia, 18420, Spain (37. 09219 -3.15939)

Coordinates: 36.94935 -3.48020 37.11379 -2.79616 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 3,439 m – Average elevation: 1,269 m

Fuerteventura

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Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain (28.40038 -14.00487)

Coordinates: 28.04351 -14.50975 28.76599 -13.81075 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 763 m – Average elevation: 18 m

Catalonia

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Catalonia, Spain (41.85231 1.57450)

Coordinates: 40.52305 0.15941 42.86152 3.32225 – Minimum elevation: -1 m – Maximum elevation: 3,284 m – Average elevation: 353 m

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Coordinates: 40.31198 -3.88895 40.64373 -3.51792 – Minimum elevation: 519 m – Maximum elevation: 1,829 m – Average elevation: 715 m

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Coordinates: 36.46001 -5.01467 36.55497 -4.73057 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 1,491 m – Average elevation: 223 m

Seville

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Baúl

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Andalusia

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Andalusia, Spain (37.34000 -4.58116)

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La Palma, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain (28.65523 -17.85732)

Coordinates: 28.45270 -18.00723 28.85789 -17.72422 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 2,408 m – Average elevation: 115 m

Aragon

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Coordinates: 39.84678 -2.17367 42.92450 0.77131 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 3,284 m – Average elevation: 643 m

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Coordinates: 39.62940 3.73939 40.26940 4.37939 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 534 m – Average elevation: 4 m

Costa Brava

Spain

Costa Brava, 17320, Spain (41.70377 2.94159)

Coordinates: 40.70377 1.94159 42.70377 3.94159 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 2,904 m – Average elevation: 259 m

Tavertet

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Tavertet, Osona, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08511, Spain (41. 99555 2.41825)

Coordinates: 41.97583 2.34295 42.03635 2.45464 – Minimum elevation: 331 m – Maximum elevation: 1,301 m – Average elevation: 710 m

Las Peñas de Riglos

Spain > Aragon > Hoya de Huesca / Plana de Uesca > Las Peñas de Riglos

Las Peñas de Riglos, Hoya de Huesca / Plana de Uesca, Huesca, Aragon, Spain (42.40217 -0.76068)

Coordinates: 42.29712 -0.90637 42.50712 -0.53171 – Minimum elevation: 356 m – Maximum elevation: 2,280 m – Average elevation: 793 m

Burgos

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Burgos, Castile and León, Spain (42.34393 -3.69698)

Coordinates: 42.28528 -3.79437 42.40428 -3.58534 – Minimum elevation: 804 m – Maximum elevation: 1,083 m – Average elevation: 915 m

Almeria

Spain > Andalusia > Almeria > Almeria

Almeria, Andalusia, Spain (36. 84142 -2.46281)

Coordinates: 35.93764 -3.03721 37.00001 -2.20213 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 3,465 m – Average elevation: 169 m

Trabuco

Spain > Aragon > Matarraña / Matarranya > Monroyo / Montroig

Trabuco, Monroyo / Montroig, Matarraña / Matarranya, Teruel, Aragon, 44653, Spain (40.77206 -0.03316)

Coordinates: 40.76206 -0.04316 40.78206 -0.02316 – Minimum elevation: 643 m – Maximum elevation: 998 m – Average elevation: 782 m

Jarama

Spain > Community of Madrid

Jarama, Community of Madrid, 28891, Spain (40.65358 -3.55128)

Coordinates: 40.03111 -3.65053 41.14034 -3.29328 – Minimum elevation: 494 m – Maximum elevation: 2,409 m – Average elevation: 877 m

Madrid

Spain > Community of Madrid > Madrid

Madrid, Área metropolitana de Madrid y Corredor del Henares, Community of Madrid, 28080, Spain (40. 41670 -3.70358)

Coordinates: 40.25670 -3.86358 40.57670 -3.54358 – Minimum elevation: 505 m – Maximum elevation: 1,383 m – Average elevation: 678 m

Vitoria-Gasteiz

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Vitoria-Gasteiz, Gasteizko kuadrilla/Cuadrilla de Vitoria, Álava, Autonomous Community of the Basque Country, Spain (42.84651 -2.67240)

Coordinates: 42.76456 -2.85355 42.93671 -2.54376 – Minimum elevation: 468 m – Maximum elevation: 1,174 m – Average elevation: 642 m

Picos de Europa

Spain > Asturias > Cabrales

Picos de Europa, Cabrales, Asturias, 33554, Spain (43.18960 -4.83275)

Coordinates: 43.17960 -4.84275 43.19960 -4.82275 – Minimum elevation: 1,191 m – Maximum elevation: 2,592 m – Average elevation: 2,022 m

Gran Canaria

Spain

Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain (27. 95800 -15.60623)

Coordinates: 27.73458 -15.83465 28.18143 -15.35828 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 1,950 m – Average elevation: 156 m

Bilbao

Spain > Basque Country > Bilbao

Bilbao, Greater Bilbao, Biscay, Basque Country, Spain (43.26301 -2.93499)

Coordinates: 43.21372 -2.98598 43.29013 -2.88026 – Minimum elevation: -1 m – Maximum elevation: 983 m – Average elevation: 184 m

Zagaleta

Spain > Andalusia > Benahavís

Zagaleta, Benahavís, Costa del Sol Occidental, Malaga, Andalusia, 29679, Spain (36.53945 -5.01857)

Coordinates: 36.52945 -5.02857 36.54945 -5.00857 – Minimum elevation: 48 m – Maximum elevation: 1,358 m – Average elevation: 347 m

Santiago de Compostela

Spain > Galicia > Santiago > Santiago de Compostela

Santiago de Compostela, Santiago, A Coruña, Galicia, 15705, Spain (42. 88042 -8.54586)

Coordinates: 42.72042 -8.70586 43.04042 -8.38586 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 922 m – Average elevation: 302 m

Iberian Peninsula

Spain

Iberian Peninsula, Spain (39.89520 -4.49836)

Coordinates: 36.00004 -9.50059 43.79042 3.32225 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 4,424 m – Average elevation: 309 m

Dénia

Spain > Valencian Community > Dénia

Dénia, la Marina Alta, Alacant / Alicante, Valencian Community, Spain (38.84084 0.10611)

Coordinates: 38.74720 -0.04439 38.88650 0.16676 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 990 m – Average elevation: 110 m

Asturias

Spain > Asturias

Asturias, Spain (43. 31339 -5.94192)

Coordinates: 42.88254 -7.18317 43.66653 -4.51059 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 2,543 m – Average elevation: 551 m

Palma

Spain > Balearic Islands > Palma

Palma, Balearic Islands, Spain (39.56958 2.65007)

Coordinates: 39.12073 2.56385 39.65841 2.97986 – Minimum elevation: 0 m – Maximum elevation: 992 m – Average elevation: 53 m

Bielsa

Spain > Aragon > Sobrarbe > Bielsa > Bielsa

Bielsa, Sobrarbe, Huesca, Aragon, 22365, Spain (42.63355 0.21886)

Coordinates: 42.61355 0.19886 42.65355 0.23886 – Minimum elevation: 936 m – Maximum elevation: 2,693 m – Average elevation: 1,582 m

Map | Welcome To Canary Islands

Map location of the Canary Islands

The Canaries can be divided into two categories. The western group comprises Tenerife, Gran Canaria, La Palma, La Gomera, Ferro Islands. It is made up of mountain peaks rising directly from the ocean floor. The eastern group includes Lanzarote Fuerteventura Island and six islets located on a single submarine plateau, the Canary Ridge. It rises approximately 4,500 feet (1.400 meters) above the ocean floor. The volcanic eruptions that created the Canary Islands millions of years ago are what gave rise to them. At their highest points, all the western islands rise above 4,000 feet (1 200 meters). Teide Peak, Tenerife, is the highest point on Spanish soil at 12,198 feet (3 718 meters).

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The Macaronesia area of the North Atlantic Ocean is where the Canary Islands are found. The Canary Islands are located on the west coast of Africa’s continental Africa. It is approximately 100km from Morocco and the southwest of Spain. The archipelago lies approximately 1,300km southeast of Gibraltar. The archipelago, geographically, is part of continental Africa. However, it is economically and politically part of Europe. They are a popular tourist destination due to their location in the Atlantic Ocean, close proximity to four continents (African, Europe, and Americas).
Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Teide volcano, Tenerife (Canary Islands), Spain.

The Canary Islands, Macaronesia’s largest and most populous archipelago, is home to the majority of Macaronesia’s population. The archipelago consists of seven major islands as well as numerous smaller islands or islets. They are divided into two groups according to their geographic location.

They all lie on an underwater plateau called Canary Ridge. At their highest point, all the western islands rise to at least 1,200m. Teide Peak on Tenerife is the highest point in Spain and rises to 3,718m.

Many of the volcanoes in the Canary Islands were active millions of years ago, and they formed millions of years ago from a volcanic eruption. This archipelago in Spain is the only place where a volcano has erupted during the modern era. Since their European discovery, four islands have experienced eruptions: La Palma (Tenerife), Lanzarote, El Hierro, and Lanzarote). Due to volcanic composition, most beaches on the Canaries are covered in black sand.

The climate of the Canary Islands is described as tropical and desertic, with moderate trade winds and the surrounding sea. Although microclimates can exist in different regions, the archipelago has a prevailing hot desert climate. This is characterized by high temperatures and little to no seasonal variation. The annual average temperature is 25 degrees Celsius (76 degrees Fahrenheit), with August being the hottest month and January the coldest. The average annual precipitation is 151mm.

The Canary Archipelago consists of seven main islands and one smaller island. There are also several small islets and rocks. La Graciosa, a small island in the Chinijo Archipelago, is located approximately 2km north of Lanzarote Island. It is approximately 29 km2 in area and home to more than 700 people. It is located in the Chinijo Archipelago Natural Park.
Tenerife, which covers 2,034km2, is the largest island in the Canary Archipelago.

It is second in Spain in terms of island size, after Mallorca Island in Balearic Archipelago. With close to 917,000 residents, it is also Spain’s most populous island. Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the capital of the Canary Islands. Teide, Spain’s highest peak, is also located in Tenerife.

Fuerteventura, which spans 1,659km2, is the archipelago’s second-largest and most populous island. It has been designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, preserving one of the two remaining Canarian Egyptian vulture populations. Lanzarote Island is home to the other Canarian Egyptian Vulture population. Fuerteventura houses approximately 117,000 people.

Gran Canaria, which covers 1,560 km2, is the third-largest island in the Canary Archipelago. With 851,000 people, it is also Spain’s third-most populous island. Las Palmas is the capital of Canary, along with Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Gran Canaria also has some of the highest peaks in Gran Canaria, such as Pico de las Nieves and Roque Nublo.

Lanzarote (846km2), La Palma (708km2), La Gomera (372 km2) and El Hierro (269km2) are the other major Canary Islands. Roque del Oeste and Roque del Este are just a few of the archipelago’s islets.

King Juba II, who discovered the islands in the first century BCE for the Western World, is said to have found them uninhabited but with traces of human settlement. The Europeans discovered the islands in the middle of the Middle Ages and encountered several Indigenous peoples. Europeans likely encountered the Guanche and Canario Canario peoples, who shared similarities with Berber peoples from North Africa. Explorers frequented the islands from Genoa, Portugal, Mallorca, or Genoa in the 14th century.

The Castilians started their conquest over the Canaries in the 15th century. Fuerteventura was next, and Lanzarote was the island first to be conquered. The Castilians implemented several measures after the Castilian conquest. Many cities such as Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas were important stopovers for Spanish conquistadors on their way to the New World. Barbary pirates took hostages, several islanders, in La Gomera, Lanzarote, during the 17th and 18th centuries.

The archipelago today is home to close to 2.2 million people. This represents 4.5% of Spain’s total population. It has a population density close to 290 per square kilometer. Gran Canaria, which has 851,000 inhabitants, is second with 918,000. Tenerife is the most populous island. Fuerteventura and Lanzarote each have more than 110,000 inhabitants, while the combined population of the three other islands is approximately 115,000. Las Palmas is home to approximately 383,000 people, while Santa Cruz de Tenerife houses around 207,000.

FAQ

What is Isla Canarias?

The name Islas Canarias is likely derived from the Latin name Canariae Insulae, meaning “Islands of the Dogs”, a name that was evidently generalized from the ancient name of one of these islands, Canaria – presumably Gran Canaria.

What are the tourist attractions in Tenerife?

This is due to their beaches, subtropical climate, and important natural attractions, especially Maspalomas Gran Canaria Teide National Park , and Mount Teide (a World Heritage Site) in Tenerife .

How many archipielagos has the Canary Islands?

The archipelago consists of seven large and several smaller islands, all of which are volcanic in origin.

What is the climate like in Canary Islands?

According to the position of the islands with respect to the north-east trade winds , the climate can be mild and wet or very dry.

What are the national parks in Spain?

Caldera de Taburiente National Park Four of Spain’s thirteen national parks are located in the Canary Islands, more than any other autonomous community.

What is the best place to visit in Lanzarote?

The parks are: Park Island Area Year of Designation UNESCO Status Caldera de Taburiente National Park La Palma 46.9 km2 (18.1 sq mi) 1954 Part of the La Palma Biosphere Reserve since 2002 Garajonay National Park La Gomera 39.86 km2 (15.39 sq mi) 1981 World Heritage Site since 1986 Teide National Park Tenerife 189.9 km2 (73.3 sq mi) 1954 World Heritage Site since 2007 Timanfaya National Park Lanzarote 51.07 km2 (19.72 sq mi) 1974 Part of the Lanzarote Biosphere Reserve since 1993 Teide National Park is the oldest and largest national park in the Canary Islands and one of the oldest in Spain.

How many islands has the Canary Islands?

The seven major islands, one minor island, and several small islets were originally volcanic islands, formed by the Canary hotspot The Canary Islands is the only place in Spain where volcanic eruptions have been recorded during the Modern Era , with some volcanoes still active (El Hierro, 2011).

What are the hazards of volcanic activity?

Volcanic islands such as those in the Canary chain often have steep ocean cliffs caused by catastrophic debris avalanches and landslides Teide volcano on Tenerife is the highest mountain in Spain, and the third tallest volcano on Earth on a volcanic ocean island.

Are the Canary Islands or volcanic origin?

The Canary Islands in the Atlantic are of volcanic origin and contain the highest peak on Spanish territory, Teide Peak, which rises to 12,198 feet (3,718 metres) on the island of Tenerife.…

What are the Canaries western group?

The western group, made up of Tenerife Gran Canaria La Palma La Gomera Ferro islands, consists of mountain peaks that rise directly from a deep ocean floor.

What is the Canary Ridge?

The eastern group comprises Lanzarote Fuerteventura Island , and six islets surmounting a single submarine plateau , the Canary Ridge, that rises about 4,500 feet (1,400 metres) from the ocean floor.

What is Teide Peak?

All the western islands exceed 4,000 feet (1,200 metres) at their highest points, with Teide Peak on Tenerife rising to 12,198 feet (3,718 metres), the highest point on Spanish soil.

How big is Fuerteventura?

Fuerteventura is only 160 kilometers from the northwest coast of Morocco, close enough for its beaches to be made of blowing Sahara sand.

What are the typical Canarian tourist attractions?

You’ll also find a surprising variety of things to do on these seven islands, from water sports and hiking trails to modern art and sightseeing in charming colonial towns.

What are the islands capitals?

It comprises the Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas provinces, with Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife cities as the islands’ capitals.

What is the Canary Islands’ climate?

The Canary Islands’ climate is described as desertic and tropical, moderated by trade winds and the surrounding sea.

What is the Canary Archipelago?

The Canary Archipelago comprises seven main islands, one smaller island, and several islets and rocks.

Is Tenerife the largest Island in the archipelago?

Tenerife is the largest island of the Canary Archipelago, spanning 2,034 km2.

What is Gran Canaria?

Gran Canaria is the third-largest island of the Canary Archipelago, covering 1,560 km2.

Where are the main airports in Tenerife?

Two airports, Tenerife South and Tenerife North Airports, are located on Tenerife Island.

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La Palma volcano: Where is La Palma? Map shows where the Canary Islands volcano eruption is – and will it cause a tsunami?

La Palma volcano: Where is La Palma? Map shows where the Canary Islands volcano eruption is – and will it cause a tsunami? (Image credit: AP/Canva Pro)

A volcano located on the Canary Island of La Palma erupted on Sunday 19 September, sending lava streaming down hills and destroying hundreds of homes on the volcanic island.

5,000 people were initially evacuated from La Palma area surrounding the Cumbre Vieja volcano, but thousands more were forced to leave their homes following the eruption of a new vent on the Canary Islands volcanic ridge.

The volcano has now been erupting for around three weeks, with giant blocks of lava continuing to be spewed out of Cumbre Vieja as its flow of lava meets the ocean.

Here’s what caused the Canary Islands volcanic eruption, where the volcano is located and how long the eruption could last.

Where is La Palma?

One of Spain’s seven Canary Islands, La Palma is the most northwesterly islands of the chain of volcanic islands like Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote.

La Palma is the fifth largest of the islands, with an estimated area of 7,493km squared.

The island of La Palma is the most northwestern of the Canary Islands, with the Cumbre Vieja volcano erupting on the south of the fifth-largest island (Image credit: Canva Pro)

A popular tourist destination for snorkelling, and known for its rugged, rocky landscape, La Palma has a population of roughly 85,000 people.

The volcanic eruption on Sunday took place at the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the southwest of the Canary island.

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What caused La Palma’s volcanic eruption?

Mount Cumbre Vieja erupts in El Paso, spewing out columns of smoke, ash and lava as seen from Los Llanos de Aridane on the Canary island of La Palma on September 19, 2021. (Image credit: Desiree Martin/AFP via Getty Images)

The Canary Islands volcanic eruption took place following a swarm of earthquakes and tremors which have been rocking the island over the last two weeks.

A total of 642 quakes measuring between magnitude 2.0 and 3.0 were recorded on and around the island of La Palma during the last 14 days.

The dramatic eruption on Sunday 19 September is believed to have been triggered by a 4.2 magnitude earthquake striking the islands off Africa’s northwest coast.

Cumbre Vieja started to erupt at 3.15pm local time on Sunday after having last erupted in 1971.

Lava flows after the collapse of a part of the cone of the Cumbre Vieja Volcano as the church of Tajuya is illuminated on October 10, 2021 in La Palma, Spain. (Photo by Marcos del Mazo/Getty Images)

Spanish Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto came under fire for comments calling the eruption a “wonderful show” and potential attraction for tourists.

How long could the La Palma volcano eruption last?

Volcanic eruptions can last between anywhere from days to months.

A volcano eruption at Iceland’s Mount Fagradalsfjall, to the southwest of Reykjavik, is the longest to occur in half a century.

Having begun on 16 March 2021, the Icelandic volcanic eruption will have lasted for six months as of Sunday 26 September.

The Canary Islands has historically seen plenty of volcanic activity, with an underwater submarine eruption occurring in waters off the island of El Hierro in 2011.

The lava flow produced by the Cumbre Vieja volcano falls into the Atlantic Ocean, as seen from Tijarafe, in the Canary Island of La Palma on October 10, 2021. (Image credit: Jorge Guerrero/AFP)

Could the La Palma volcano eruption cause a tsunami?

The Cumbre Vieja volcano is at risk of collapse should a volcanic eruption occur at the summit of the previously dormant volcanic ridge.

In the early 2000s, University College London scientists studied the volcano’s destructive potential, finding that an eruption could trigger a dramatic landslide and consequent ‘mega tsunami’.

Scientists have also said that the risk of such a seismic shift and chances of triggering a tsunami rippling out across the Atlantic and potentially reaching the shores of the United States is small, however.

Dr Isobel Yeo, volcanologist at the UK’s National Oceanography Centre (NOC) said: “The eruptions have caused a great deal of local damage but the current level of seismic activity from magma rising and the eruptions is not something that we would expect to trigger a landslide and cause a mega tsunami in the future.

“Large-scale landslides and tsunami are very infrequent in the Canary Islands and their direct links to eruptions remain uncertain.

“However, the Canary Islands monitoring organisation, Involcan, will be keeping a close eye on the eruption and monitoring the events in the coming days.”

Dr Yeo added that theories of a potential collapse at Cumbre Vieja causing a landslide or ‘mega-tsunami’ would represent “an absolute worst-case scenario” and would be highly unlikely event during the current eruption.

“The “mega-tsunami” hypothesis needs a huge volume landslide,” Dr Yeo said.

“In my opinion, the current level of volcanism is not of sufficient magnitude to create the ground movement required to trigger such a landslide, nor is the type of slide required typical for this region.

“Although the current fountaining and lava flows have been destructive, there would likely have to be a substantial increase in explosivity or increase in the rate of lava expulsion that could spell a change in the dynamics on the island.

“While this is a possibility that we cannot rule out, it is very unlikely that a mega-tsunami will occur during the current unrest.”

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Volcano Watch — The Canary Islands “mega-tsunami” hypothesis, and why it doesn’t carry water

By Hawaiian Volcano Observatory

October 21, 2021

The recent eruption on La Palma, in the Canary Islands, has stimulated speculation that the volcano might collapse, creating a tsunami that would devastate the east coast of North and South America. But is such a scenario possible or likely?

Volcano Watch is a weekly article and activity update written by U. S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory scientists and affiliates. 

Sources/Usage: Public Domain.

La Palma is a basaltic shield volcano in the Canary Islands. Like Hawaiian volcanoes, La Palma typically erupts lava flows. This aerial photo, courtesy of Radio Televisión Canaria, shows lava flows that are being generated by a fissure eruption upslope on La Palma. One of the lava flows is entering the ocean, creating new land called a lava delta. Lava deltas are built by the accumulation of lava near the base of the sea cliff at an ocean entry. 

“Volcano Watchers” are probably aware that an eruption began on La Palma in the Canary Islands on September 19. The eruption style is similar to Hawaiian eruptions, and both locations share the potential for flank collapse and tsunami.

Basaltic ocean islands, such as the Island of Hawai‘i and the Canary Islands, tend to experience catastrophic landslides every few hundred thousand years—a discovery first made by USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory Scientist-in-Charge Jim Moore in the early 1960s! A significant portion of an island is removed during collapse and has the potential to displace tremendous amounts of seawater, generating local tsunami waves that are thought to be over 100 meters (300 feet) high. From this understanding grew a notion that collapsing volcanoes—particularly in the Canary Islands—could generate ocean-wide “mega-tsunami.”

In 2001, an academic paper suggested that collapse of La Palma could result in tsunami waves up to 25 m (about 80 feet) high along the east coasts of North and South America. This scenario made headlines in the media, which inaccurately depicted a huge wave devastating New York City.

But can collapses actually generate these “mega-tsunami” far from their sources? Subsequent research casts doubt on this idea.

The Canary Islands “mega-tsunami” scenario assumed a single, coherent, massive collapse block that reached a high velocity very quickly. Ocean floor mapping surrounding the Canary Islands, however, indicates that collapses instead occur in incremental or piecemeal fashion. In addition, geomorphologists found, via slope stability analysis, that the potential collapse volume is much smaller than was simulated by the 2001 paper.

Tsunami modeling has also advanced considerably since 2001. Studies of landslide-induced waves show that they travel at different speeds and interact more across long distances, leading to smaller wave height far from their sources. Better knowledge of ocean bathymetry, island and coastal topography, and the transfer of energy between slide blocks and water also contributed to more accurate modeling.

These new simulations suggest that the maximum wave height along the east coast of the Americas from a “worst-case scenario” collapse of La Palma would be on the order of 1-2 m (3-7 feet)—still hazardous, but similar to common storm surge.

A lack of geologic evidence also calls the “mega-tsunami” hypothesis into question. Tsunami leave characteristic sediment deposits on the coastlines they impact. But no such deposit has ever been identified on the east coasts of North and South America.

Collapses of Canary Island volcanoes are rare, occurring on timescales of hundreds of thousands of years, and should be preceded by signs of flank instability: increases in earthquakes and ground surface deformation. Canary Island volcanoes also erupt regularly—La Palma last erupted in 1971 and 1949—and slope stability analyses conducted at La Palma indicate that the structure is stable. The volcano would have to grow significantly before a collapse was likely.

This abundant evidence refutes the “mega-tsunami” hypothesis, demonstrating that it does not hold up to rigorous examination. However, tsunami that are generated by volcanoes are a real process and a significant threat. For example, the 1883 explosive eruption of Krakatau, in Indonesia, caused a local tsunami that killed tens of thousands on nearby coastlines. In 2018, a smaller eruption and collapse of Anak Krakatau, an island which grew in the 1883 caldera, also resulted in a local tsunami that killed hundreds.

Local tsunami can also be generated by other volcanic processes. On the Island of Hawai‘i, lava delta collapse at lava-ocean entries can cause small tsunami that impact areas adjacent to the delta. Slip on the fault underlying Kīlauea’s south flank, associated with M7–8 earthquakes, caused local tsunami in 1868 and 1975 that took lives. These are processes that have happened repeatedly in human history; they will happen again, and their associated hazards deserve our attention.

While the scientific view of the “mega-tsunami” hypothesis has evolved in the years since 2001, that original work led others to start investigations that contributed new knowledge that advanced our understanding of landslides and tsunami generated by volcanoes. In this way, the story is a marvelous example of exactly how science happens!

Volcano Activity Updates   

Kīlauea volcano is erupting. Its USGS Volcano Alert level is at WATCH (https://www.usgs.gov/natural-hazards/volcano-hazards/about-alert-levels). Kīlauea updates are issued daily.    

Lava continues to erupt from a single vent in the western wall of Halemaʻumaʻu crater. All lava activity is confined within Halemaʻumaʻu crater in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. Sulfur dioxide emission rates remain high and were estimated at around 2,700 tonnes per day on Oct. 17, 2021. Seismicity is elevated but stable, with few earthquakes and ongoing volcanic tremor. Summit tiltmeters have remained relatively flat over the past week. For more information on the current eruption of Kīlauea, see Recent Eruption (usgs.gov).  

Mauna Loa is not erupting and remains at Volcano Alert Level ADVISORY. This alert level does not mean that an eruption is imminent or that progression to an eruption from the current level of unrest is certain. Mauna Loa updates are issued weekly.     

This past week, about 114 small-magnitude earthquakes were recorded below the summit and upper elevation flanks of Mauna Loa—the majority of these occurred at shallow depths less than 10 kilometers (6 miles). Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements show no major deformation over the past week. Gas concentrations and fumarole temperatures at both the summit and at Sulphur Cone on the Southwest Rift Zone remain stable. Webcams show no changes to the landscape. For more information on current monitoring of Mauna Loa, see: https://www. usgs.gov/volcanoes/mauna-loa/monitoring.   

There were 9 events with 3 or more felt reports in the Hawaiian Islands during the past week. Listed here are the felt events with magnitudes of 3 and above: a M3.6 earthquake 91 km (56 mi) WNW of Kalaoa at 7 km (4 mi) depth on Oct. 17 at 10:56 p.m. HST, a M3.1 earthquake 4 km (2 mi) SW of Pāhala at 36 km (22 mi) depth on Oct. 17 at 7:34 p.m. HST, a M3.3 earthquake 4 km (2 mi) E of Pāhala at 35 km (21 mi) depth on Oct. 17 at 12:58 p.m. HST, a M3.8 earthquake 2 km (1 mi) S of Pāhala at 37 km (23 mi) depth on Oct. 17 at 5:52 a.m. HST, a M3.2 earthquake 4 km (2 mi) ENE of Pāhala at 0 km (0 mi) depth on Oct. 16 at 5:41 p.m. HST, a M3.0 earthquake 5 km (3 mi) SSW of Pāhala at 32 km (19 mi) depth on Oct. 16 at 2:08 p.m. HST, a M3.0 earthquake 4 km (2 mi) S of Pāhala at 33 km (20 mi) depth on Oct. 16 at 1:35 p.m. HST, and a M3.6 earthquake 10 km (6 mi) E of Pāhala at 31 km (19 mi) depth on  Oct. 15 at 12:03 a.m. HST

HVO continues to closely monitor Kīlauea’s ongoing eruption and Mauna Loa for any signs of increased activity.     

Please visit HVO’s website for past Volcano Watch articles, Kīlauea and Mauna Loa updates, volcano photos, maps, recent earthquake info, and more. Email questions to [email protected].    

Volcano Watch is a weekly article and activity update written by U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory scientists and affiliates. 

The Canary Islands travel guide

The Canary Islands travel guide

In this volcanic archipelago, each island has sustainable secrets that bubble rather beautifully below the surface of mass tourism. All small islands, you feel as if you have discovered another world when you hike through the volcanic vineyards of Lanzarote, Tenerifes magnificent Teide National Park, the barrancos or gorges of La Palma, or the cloud forests of La Gomera an island where whales love to hide in the mists too sometimes, and then pop out to dance and delight. Add the wilderness feel of El Hierro into the mix, and you have an explosion of exquisiteness that feels more like something out of a South American landscape, but so much closer to home.

The yurts we stayed in on Lanzarote seemed to mirror the soft mounds of the myriad volcanic cones all around, and we saw the eruption of stars at night, too.

This Canary Islands travel guide aims to show off the bounties of those travel companies that have swum against the flow of mass tourism for years, flown the flag of Canarian culture and helped protect some of Europes most precious island landscapes.

The Canary Islands are…

all very different. And also so different than what you might expect.

The Canary Islands are not…

all about beach vacations. Hike then go to the beach. Cycle then swim. Go whale watching and then dive in.

Our Canary islands Vacations

WHAT WE RATE & WHAT WE DON’T

Avoiding the resorts

Beach resorts beckon the crowds to coasts of the Canary Islands. Thats good for you: while most vacationmakers are drawn to and dont move from the sunloungers of Playa del Ingles and Playa de las Americas, you can head for the forested national parks, sugar cube villages and surf-friendly volcanic coves elsewhere. Accommodation and food are better outside the resorts, too swap high-rises for fishermans cottages and buffet dinners for barbecued parrotfish (vieja).

Electric cars

Electric car hire take-up has been molasses-slow on the islands perhaps because most vacationmakers travel the Canary Islands via coach tour. But the Canaries are perfectly formed for electric cars. In Lanzarote, for instance, a 40-minute recharge will take you 150km; the whole island only 60km from head to toe. That way, you can explore the remotest villages and emptiest beaches without worrying about running out of juice.

Dolphins

Whales arent the only cetaceans in the sea. The Canary Islands also reel in seven species of dolphins, including the deep-diving Rissos dolphins and curious bottlenose dolphins that welcome the company of other species including humans. Super pods arent unusual in this open ocean, either, when the water can bubble with anything from 50 to 50,000 dolphins.

La Gomera

A lack of airport and resorts makes La Gomera one of the least popular islands in the Canaries, keeping its cloud forests pristine and its villages peaceful. Garajonay National Park could be a stunt double for Fangorn Forest in The Lord of the Rings a tangled laurel forest often sunk in mist. Hiking its paths is near-mystical, as well as a lesson in the perks of biodiversity.

Cesar Manrique

Picture this: Canary Islands, circa 1966. Lanzarote architect and artist Cesar Manrique has just returned from a stint in New York City to find that politicians plan to make Lanzarote the next Tenerife. Cue almost 30 years of campaigning against concrete high-rises and for architecture that blends into the volcanic vistas of Lanzarote. The Cesar Manrique Foundation is his first masterwork of many a house carved out of a series of ancient volcanic bubbles.

Responsible whale watching

Over 20 species of whales mooch through the Canary Islands throughout the year, including hundreds of resident pilot and sperm whales. Just make sure to check the credentials of your whale watching trip and stick to the ones that use small vessels and give the whales plenty of breathing room. The real deal also collects data for population counts and climate studies.

Walking

Most walkers make for Gran Canaria, where you switch between gorges, mountains, coast trails and semi-tropical forests in a week. Lanzarote is all windproof half-moon vineyards and faux deserts. You could spot whales from the high trails of La Gomeras Garajonay National Park. Or discover El Hierro and its syrupy slow way of life. La Palma, meanwhile, might just be the coolest of the lot, thanks to an umbrella of Canarian pine forests.

Winter

Winter is when youre reminded that the Canary Islands are in fact just 100km shy of Morocco. Its the best time to go for many reasons: tons of sunshine; fewer crowds; hiking-friendly temps; the earliest blooming almond trees in Spain; barbecues for Christmas. Come in November for the wine harvest and more importantly the accompanying tastings.

Zoos & orca shows

Unfortunately, the Canary Islands has a weakness for zoos and animal parks – mostly, because there are plenty of tourists lining up to go to them. Hopefully, as tour operators stop selling tickets to SeaWorld and countries ban cetaceans in captivity there will be change. But for now, orcas are still doing tricks for tourists in Tenerife, justified by pseudoscience. Read more about why we don’t support zoos or cetaceans in captivity.

Big cruise ships

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to breeze into the Canary Islands by boat. After all, who wouldn’t want to island-hop from volcanic outpost to volcanic outpost, and salute the sunset on deck with a sangria in hand? But big cruise ships are the force behind all sorts of tourism ills, from overtourism to pollution. Swap these vast floating hotels for sailing boats that often include an open-ocean sailing to Morocco or Madeira too. Read more about why small ship cruises are best.

Staying put

Since the advent of cheap package vacations, the Canary Islands has been a flop-and-drop escape for Brits after a quick injection of sunshine. Coach trips tread the tried-and-tested routes to Mount Teide and Timanfaya National Park, missing out the huddled vineyards, black-sand coves, fishermens churches and national parks en route. The best vacation companies will get you out there by whatever means you prefer hiking the pine-perfumed trails, sailing the whale-rich Atlantic, or driving an electric car around Lanzarote.

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    Hotel in Maspalomas

    Club Maspalomas Suites are an Adults Only, located in the quiet Campo Internacional area of ​​Maspalomas, Gran Canaria.
    the little houses are really cool and the pool is very nice too. good breakfast

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    9.3

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    1,247 reviews

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    Santa Catalina, a Royal Hideaway Hotel

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    Hotel in Adeje

    This colonial-style hotel is located on the Costa Adeje. It offers a luxury spa and 5 swimming pools surrounded by sun terraces and gardens.
    Everything was perfect. Breakfasts and evening buffet was really delicious and a lot of variety.
    Staff was helpfull and kind. Cleaning services two times a day was great. I recommend this hotel!

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    La Isla y el Mar, Hotel Boutique

    5 stars

    Hotel in Puerto del Carmen

    Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, La isla y el Mar Boutique Hotel is a 15-minute walk from Playa Chica Beach. It features an outdoor pool and a poolside bar.
    We had a magic stay here, the hotel and staff have a cool vibe and we could relax and chill. Cesar met us as we walked in the door and took care of us marvelously for the weekend. Some how they found out it was our w anniversary and gave us extra special treatment!! Gracias 😊
    I loved the location also as it’s a stones throw from the old town but a quiet area. Food & cocktails are great and the pool area is really relaxing. Dinner at the Kentia was superb. Shout out to Katrina and all the reception staff.
    I hope to be back soon!

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    9.2

    Excellent

    1,130 reviews

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    Hotel Catalina Plaza Sostenible

    3 stars

    Hotel in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

    Featuring a restaurant, shared lounge, garden and free WiFi, Hotel Catalina Plaza Sostenible is set in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 250 meters from Las Canteras Beach and 1 km from Las Alcaravaneras.
    Great location, good for a touristic stay in Las Palmas, directely at Catalina Park.
    Very clean room, comfortable beds (even if a bit hard) and great furniture.
    Modern bathroom and the shower is a great experience as well!
    We payed 72€ for one night and think it is a good price you won’t regret.
    Public parking nearby for 4€ per calender day.

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    214 reviews

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    MYND Adeje

    4 stars

    Hotel in Adeje

    MYND Adeje is located in Adeje and features a restaurant and a bar. It features an outdoor pool and a fitness centre. The hotel has a garden.
    excellent youth hotel, very beautiful rooftop terrace, you can enjoy the sunset. We had half board, it was 25 euros per person and at dinner you can order food for this amount in the restaurant, the prices are above average, but the dishes are really tasty, there are many vegetarian options. There is a beach within walking distance, but it is very modest, I advise you to drive to others by car. The room itself is small, but cozy, modern design. Very pleasant staff.

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    530 reviews

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    Hotel RIU Garoe

    4 stars

    Hotel in Puerto de la Cruz

    RIU Garoé is located in Puerto de la Cruz. It features a garden, restaurant and bar, as well as a shared lounge. All rooms at the 4-star hotel offer pool views.
    Beautiful, big and clean hotel with friendly staff

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    9.1

    Superb

    634 reviews

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      8.5
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      Breakfast offered

      This hotel is located in Telde. The Garidero de la Garita Temple of Bystrada is 5 km from the hotel. Hotel XVI provides concierge services, allergy-free rooms, an outdoor…
      Breakfast was very good as were the arrangements for social distancing.

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      9.3
      Perfect
      598 reviews

      Breakfast offered

      Boutique Hotel La Marquesina, adults only, is located a 2-minute walk from Corralejo Beach. It features an outdoor pool and a terrace.
      The room was very nice and clean but not too big It has a nice small pool in front of the beach Nice…

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      9.2
      Perfect
      860 reviews

      Breakfast offered

      The 5-star Lava Beach Hotel is located in Puerto del Carmen. It offers a fitness centre, a garden, a terrace, a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and a tour desk.
      Very friendly and helpful staff. All of them.

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      9. 2
      Perfect
      571 reviews

      Breakfast offered

      Finca Isolina Boutique Hotel is located in Macher, 2.8 km from Puerto del Carmen Beach. It offers an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a bar and a garden.
      – awesome and special location – cool renovated house and rooms – great host – breakfast…

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      9.6
      Fabulous
      381 reviews

      Breakfast offered

      Located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, in Vegueta neighborhood, VEINTIUNO Emblematic Hotels – Adults Only offers accommodation with an outdoor swimming pool and a terrace with views of the cathedral….
      Breakfasts were superb with generous selections and excellent cuisine.

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      9.5
      Fabulous
      276 reviews

      Breakfast offered

      Offering 2 restaurants and 4 bathing areas, GF Victoria Hotel is located in Costa Adeje, just 150 meters from Playa del Duque Beach.
      Nice view, nice facilities and very near from shopping, resturants and the beach

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      9.0
      Perfect
      437 reviews

      Breakfast offered

      The adults-only boutique hotel The Cathedral is located in the historic center of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, in building 1890 g.
      Room was very clean, staff was kind and helpful.

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      9.0
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      405 reviews

      Breakfast offered

      Set in the historic Vegueta district of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Suites 1478 features a rooftop terrace with views of the Cathedral.
      Super top class!

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      9.4
      Perfect
      146 reviews

      Budget hotel

      Servatur Don Miguel – Adults Only in Playa del Ingles provides adults-only accommodation with a restaurant, a bar and a garden.
      Everything. We went just for 1 day and we stayed 4

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      From € 69.87 per night

      8.1
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      1 328 reviews

      Budget hotel

      Hotel Matilde is located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1.2 km from Playa del Confital. This property has a bar, private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace.
      I liked everything. Location, very clean room, good bed, Staff ready to help…

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      8.8
      amazing
      1 862 reviews

      Budget hotel

      Urban Anaga is located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 550 meters from Tenerife Art Centre. It features a restaurant, fitness center and bar. The front desk is open 24/7.
      Nice, new, clean rooms.

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      8.4
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      2011 reviews

      Budget hotel

      Situated in Santa Cruz de la Palma, El Hotelito 27 features a shared lounge. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas.
      Very nice hotel with very friendly people and excellent breakfast. Absolutely recommended!

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      8.8
      amazing
      1 484 reviews

      Budget hotel

      El Mirador de Fuerteventura is located in Puerto del Rosario, 60 meters from Playa Blanca. The property has a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge.
      Great place, staff, everything is perfect.

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      From € 69.35 per night

      8.5
      Very well
      1 524 reviews

      Budget hotel

      Completely refurbished, 4-star AF Valle Orotava is located in the center of Puerto de la Cruz, a 10-minute walk from Jardín Beach.
      The hotel was very clean and comfortable,GREAT FOOD AND VARIETY TO CHOOSE FROM!!!…

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      From € 55.68 per night

      8.6
      amazing
      1 149 reviews

      Budget hotel

      Torre Del Conde is located in the center of San Sebastian de la Gomera, 200 meters from the marina.
      In all of the reviews that I have done, I think that this hotel has been the most harshly rated.

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      From € 64 per night

      8.3
      Very well
      1,637 reviews

      Budget hotel

      This hotel, located in the picturesque town of Agate, is decorated with an exquisite maritime theme. A luxurious spa is at your service.
      The staff is just amazing! The lady at breakfast is super nice and attentive.

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      8.4
      Very well
      1 477 reviews

      No credit card required

      Offering views of the Maspalomas Dunes and the Atlantic Ocean, Palm Oasis Maspalomas enjoys a peaceful location surrounded by tropical gardens.
      the staffs the pool cleanliness

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      From € 89.23 per night

      9.0
      Perfect
      2 824 reviews

      No credit card required

      Club Maspalomas Suites are an Adults Only, located in the quiet Campo Internacional area of ​​Maspalomas, Gran Canaria.
      the little houses are really cool and the pool is very nice too. good breakfast

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      9.3
      Perfect
      1 247 reviews

      No credit card required

      Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, La isla y el Mar Boutique Hotel is a 15-minute walk from Playa Chica Beach. It features an outdoor pool and a poolside bar.
      We had a magic stay here, the hotel and staff have a cool vibe and we could relax and chill.

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      From € 230.85 per night

      9.2
      Perfect
      1,130 reviews

      No credit card required

      MYND Adeje is located in Adeje and features a restaurant and a bar. It features an outdoor pool and a fitness centre. The hotel has a garden.
      excellent youth hotel, very beautiful rooftop terrace, you can enjoy the sunset.

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      From € 106.94 per night

      9.3
      Perfect
      530 reviews

      No credit card required

      RIU Garoé is located in Puerto de la Cruz. It features a garden, restaurant and bar, as well as a shared lounge. All rooms at the 4-star hotel offer pool views.
      Beautiful, big and clean hotel with friendly staff

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      9.1
      Perfect
      634 reviews

      No credit card required

      Featuring sea views, Hélène Holidays and Retreats is located in Corralejo, 1.1 km from Playa del Pozo. It offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking.
      We had a studio apartment which had all we required for our own meals if we wanted to, bed was comfy…

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      From € 95.20 per night

      9.1
      Perfect
      110 reviews

      No credit card required

      La Cala Suites is an adults-only hotel located in Playa Blanca. It features a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and a garden.
      Very clean and modern facility. Staff almost invisible but makes absolutely fantastic job to make. ..

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      From € 147 per night

      9.1
      Perfect
      932 reviews

      No credit card required

      Los Lirios Adults Only Country Hotel is located in Tias. It features an outdoor swimming pool, bar, a shared lounge and garden.
      Fantastic small hotel. Lovely garden with pool. Great breakfast.

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      Fabulous
      500 reviews

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      Other hotels in Canary Islands that have received high reviews from couples include Suites 1478, Finca Isolina Hotel Boutique, and Hotel Emblemático La Casa de los Naranjos.

    • Royal River, Luxury Hotel – Adults Only, Club Maspalomas Suites & Spa – Adults Only, and La Isla y el Mar, Hotel Boutique are some of the popular hotels in Canary Islands.

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      • “Caringly)”

        Everything is on schedule. In Agaete, right at the gangway, a bus (marked with the name of the company, Fred.olsen) was waiting, which took them to the capital Las Palmas for free and without stops in 40 minutes. And from there, in all directions, the station was nearby.

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      • Ferry

        Everything was great! All on time and fast! Very comfortable seats on board! There is a bar where you can eat and drink.

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      • “Fast, comfortable, convenient!”

        Traveled in the Canary Islands for the first time by ferry! Very convenient booking system, but do not take your passport far away before boarding. Polite staff, they caught me downstairs with a suitcase and showed me where I can leave it so as not to drag it upstairs (I remember on the ferry in Italy we lifted heavy suitcases upstairs). From the port you can easily take in any direction (both in Tenerife and La Gomera). The trip was comfortable and fast! Thanks Fred Olsen!

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      • “Very nice”

        We made several trips by Fred Olsen and they were all fine – comfortable and on time.

        The only complain is mobile version of the web-cite. It’s nearly impossible to book needed ferry without computer as cite does let to pick a needed point on the stage of selection of departures and fares.

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      Signs of active volcanism found on the Canary island of La Palma

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      La Palma Island

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      Geologists
      analyzed the dynamics of tectonic processes on the volcanic island of La Palma
      (Canary Islands). The scientists compared the data obtained with the help of satellite
      observations data on vertical surface displacements for 2006–2020 from
      density characteristics of the earth’s crust, calculated on the basis of
      gravity data, and found that the movement of magma intensified in the thickness of the crust under the island. This may indicate the onset of an early stage of volcanic activity,
      reports the article at Scientific Reports .

      La Palma applies
      to the youngest islands of the Canary archipelago. The island is formed by two
      structures of different ages: the Northern Volcanic Complex with a complex
      structure and history, numbering at least 4 million years, and located to
      south of it by a younger volcanic formation formed along the Cumbre Vieja fault.
      The northern complex consists of an older volcanic body hidden under
      water, and three superimposed subaerial formations: Garafia 1.7-1.2 million years old, Taburiente – Cumbre Nueva 1.2-0.4 million years old and Behenado 0.56-0.49 years oldmillion years. The last eruption here was recorded in 1920. Most active
      characterizes the southern part of La Palma, where six large
      volcanic events, the last of which was the eruption of Mount Tenegiya in 1971.

      Volcanism on
      La Palma, especially in the south of the island, due to the steepness of volcanic structures – landforms generated by volcanic eruptions – has always been associated with the danger of landslides and tsunamis. And first
      the harbinger of an eruption has always served as an increase in seismic activity.
      However, the models of seismic processes preceding the eruption are very complex; data
      earthquake monitoring are difficult to interpret, especially when it comes to
      It is about the possibility of long-term forecasting.

      Good
      an additional indicator of an impending eruption is the deformation of the soil in
      volcano area. It is detected using geodetic methods, including
      and means of satellite geodesy. Sometimes fixing surface displacements is not
      represents labor. A classic example is the bulge of a volcano.
      St. Helens before
      eruption in 1980 or Nameless in 1956. Another example of deformations is
      Hawaiian volcanoes, on which, due to the shallow depth of the magma chamber (up to
      eight kilometers) and a flat profile, the rise of magma is clearly visible. On the
      The situation is different in the Canary Islands: the magma reservoir is located deeper
      (about 25-30 kilometers), and volcanic structures are characterized by a steep profile.
      On such steep volcanoes, satellite radar monitoring of vertical
      surface displacements are complicated by atmospheric disturbances comparable in magnitude to
      deformation signal. When using data from satellite navigation systems
      detection and interpretation of displacements are difficult due to their small size and
      limited number of available observation points.

      Group of scientists
      from Spain, Italy, Canada and the USA, led by Jose Fernandez from the Institute of Geosciences as part of the Complutense University of Madrid, used
      to detect surface deformations on La Palma, the satellite method
      radar interferometry. Using a complex of computational methods, scientists
      achieved refinement of the results, and then compared them with a three-dimensional model of the structure
      crust constructed from gravimetric measurements.

      First stage
      researchers obtained interferograms of the surface of La Palma based on data
      from ENVISAT satellites
      for 2006–2010, RADARSAT-2
      for 2010-2017 and Sentinel-1
      for 2017–2020 on C band waves (from
      four to eight gigahertz). For this, the classical method was used.
      differential interferometry (DInSAR), in which radar images made from two
      spaced dots are combined pixel by pixel. The interferogram is
      the result of complex multiplication of pixels, each of which carries information
      about the amplitude and phase of the radio wave. The phase difference of the interferograms obtained in
      different times indicates the vertical displacement of the surface.

      Average annual surface deformation rates of the island of La Palma. A: Results obtained from ENVISAT data obtained in the ascending segments of the orbit; B: the same on the descending segments of the orbit; C: Results obtained using RADARSAT-2 downlink data; D: Results obtained using Sentinel-1 data in the ascending segments of the orbit; E: the same on the descending parts of the

      orbit

      Fernandez et al. / Scientific Reports, 2021

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      To exclude
      the contribution of atmospheric phenomena to the occurrence of a phase difference, the researchers took into account
      information about the state of the weather and applied the methods of spatiotemporal
      filtering frequencies and calculating the delay of the reflected signal along a straight line
      satellite visibility instead of zenith delay estimation. Last method
      provides for the integration of the atmospheric refraction of the signal along the direction
      line of sight, which avoids errors caused by heterogeneity
      atmosphere (the presence of clouds, changes in temperature and pressure). On the
      Based on the corrected interferograms, scientists calculated the average annual
      the rate of vertical deformation of the surface – about four millimeters per year –
      separately for the ascending and descending branches of satellite trajectories, and modeled
      soil deformation field.

      Received
      The scientists subjected the model to an inversion transformation. Based on this method
      lies the idea of ​​the deformation field as the result of a combined action
      internal factors: changes in pressure and deep dislocations, such as
      fall, shear or stretch. The inversion method allows you to localize them in
      three-dimensional representation without taking into account the nature of these factors. Since from the satellite
      RADARSAT-2 scientists
      had only data obtained on descending sections of the trajectory,
      observations for 2010–2017 were excluded from processing as insufficient
      reliable. The most informative were the data obtained by the Sentinel-1 satellite in 2017-2020. Built on their basis
      the map shows that simultaneously with the growth in the number of sources of increased
      pressure in the east of the central part of the island, the number of ascending
      and downward displacements in the south, accompanied by an increase in seismic
      activity. During the seismic swarm in October 2017, 122
      seismic events, in February 2018 — 79events with a magnitude below 3. 0.

      Next
      the stage of the study was the construction of a three-dimensional density distribution under
      the surface of the island. To do this, scientists drew on the results of gravimetric
      measurements. The high-density area of ​​La Palma is located under
      Northern volcanic complex. Dikes converge there – cracks into which
      magmatic melt intruded in the past. These channels fed the old underwater
      volcanic body. The southern part of the island, on the contrary, is characterized by lows
      densities at depths from 1000 to 2000 meters, elongated according to the direction
      the Cumbre Vieja Fault. The researchers associated them with the formation of dislocations in
      breed.

      Conceptual model of the development of tectonic processes on the island of La Palma. Red – localization of areas of increased pressure; orange – regions of descending dislocations; yellow – areas of ascending dislocations; green is the surface of the magmatic intrusion of the Northern Complex; gray – intermediate surface at a depth of 5–6 kilometers. Brown circle – deep magma reservoir; yellow arrow is the direction of magma migration. Red dots are seismic events in 2017–2018

      Fernandez et al. / Scientific Reports, 2021

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      Geodetic alignment
      and gravimetric models made it possible to build a general picture of the expected
      tectonic processes under the island of La Palma. From the deep magmatic
      source located under the southern part of the island, magma or its volatile components
      – fluids – rise to the center of the ancient volcanic body, increasing pressure. In the south, above the source, this rise is accompanied by reverse faults,
      subsidence and shifts in the overlying layers, which causes numerous weak
      earthquakes and small vertical displacements of the surface. It might speak
      about the onset of the early phase of volcanic activity. Additional evidence
      of the beginning rise of magmatic fluids to the surface, there may be increases
      concentrations of carbon dioxide and helium as a decay product of radon,
      recorded during the study period.

Weather in balearics in september: Balearic Islands Weather in September

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Majorca, Spain – September Weather

What’s the weather like in Majorca in September

Temperature

Following on from a hot and sunny summer, Majorca, Balearic Islands begins to cool down in September, when the summer season comes to a close. At this time of the year, the average temperature starts off at 23-24°C at the beginning of the month and gradually drops until it reaches 20°C in the final few days. If you’re looking for a change of scenery, Whistler in Canada is a great place to go skiing, and the cold weather will be a welcome change.

Daily Averages

During September, the daily lows range slightly from 15°C to 18°C, dropping below 11°C or exceeding 22°C very rarely only one day out of every ten. Daily highs fluctuate from 29°C to 25°C over the course of the month, falling under 22°C or reaching over 32°C only one day in ten. As the summer season is over come September, the daily high temperatures fall as the month progresses, which means the warmest days are found at the beginning 1st to 3rd and the coolest are positioned toward the end 28th to 30th.

Extreme Temperatures

The maximum temperature ever recorded in Majorca in September is a boiling 38°C and the minimum temperature that’s ever been recorded on the island during this month is a chilly 8°C. Put these temperatures alongside the average for the month 22°C and it’s easy to see that they’re extremes and should not be expected during your holiday.

Rain

At 56mm spread across eight days, Majorca receives significantly more rainfall in September than in the previous months a true indication that autumn is on its way. During this month you’re most likely to experience thunderstorms, followed by moderate rain, drizzle and light rain. Fortunately, heavy rain and snow are practically unheard of at this time of year, so the small amount of precipitation there is shouldn’t spoil your holiday.

The likelihood of precipitation steadily increases as the month goes on from 22% on September 1st to 25% on September 11th, 30% on September 21st and 33% on September 30th. Thunderstorms are most common around September 19th and September 30th is the most likely day for moderate rain, drizzle and light rain, so if you’re planning a holiday for this month, you’re best off sticking to the first and second week.

Visibility

As the month progresses, the cloud coverage increases, starting at 29% on September 1st and increasing to 32% on September 11th, 35% on September 21st and 37% on September 30th. The average sea temperature is very warm at 25°C, thanks to the waters retaining the heat from summer. Majorca is quite humid throughout the year and September is no exception.

Humidity

With a relative humidity ranging from 52% to 96% across the month, you’re sure to take advantage of the warm sea and indulge in a refreshing dip or two.

Sunshine Hours

The number of daily sunshine hours decreases to ten that’s two hours less than in August. Despite the dramatic decrease, ten hours of sunshine each day is more than enough to explore the local area and work on your tan.

Majorca Hotels in September

Llenaire Hotel

Llenaire Hotel in Puerto de Pollensa is perfect for families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in Majorca. There is a small selection of well-equipped rooms available, as well as several made-to-measure packages, including relaxing getaways, cycling and walking holidays, bird-watching options and even a honeymoon package.

Las Gaviotes Suites Hotel

When it comes to accommodation, Las Gaviotas Suites Hotel is one of the best hotels in Playa de Muro. There is a wide selection of rooms to choose from, including family apartments, double rooms and suites, ensuring there is something to suit everyone. Guests can take advantage of many facilities, including swimming pools, pool bar, entertainment, buffet restaurant, gym and WiFi.

Prinsotel La Dorada

Prinsotel La Dorada is another hotel popular with families and couples. Also located in Playa de Muro, this four-star hotel is just a short walk away from the beach and features swimming pools, restaurants, spa, sports facilities and children’s activities. The accommodation comes in the form of spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments with bedroom(s), living room, bathroom and fully-equipped kitchen.

Forn Nou

Hotel & Restaurant Forn Nou in Arta is a great choice when it comes to accommodation in Majorca. Here you’ll find just six rooms, each with its own character, and a very popular restaurant. There is plenty to do in the local area, such as golf, cycling, spa, hiking and trekking, making it the ideal place for nature lovers to stay.

Viva Blue

Viva Blue in Playa de Muro is ideal for couples and families who want to be close to the beach. This four-star hotel offers plenty of facilities and services for everyone to enjoy, including swimming pools, spa, gardens, sports facilities, supermarket, bars and restaurants.

Majorca Beach for September

Sa Coma beach

Sa Coma beach is a great place to spend a day, whatever the weather. This bay is almost 1km long and features white sand and clear water where you can sometimes see dolphins. There are plenty of facilities available, including sun loungers, sun shades, toilets, changing rooms and life guards during the summer months. There is also a small selection of water sports on offer, such as pedalo hire, windsurfing and scuba diving.

Cala Torta

If you’re looking for something more remote and secluded, try the Cala Torta beach. Although the route is well signposted, this beach is usually very quiet, due to the gravel roads you have to drive over to reach it. The beach itself is made of soft sand and surrounded by small mountains, which provide great conditions for snorkelling. Due to its off the beaten track location, you won’t find any facilities here and nudism is permitted, but it’s not obligatory.

Bars and Restaurants

Trespais

Trespais is one of the most highly regarded restaurants in Port d’Andratx. Here you’ll find an eclectic choice of starters, mains and desserts, almost all of which are prepared freshly onsite. The high quality of food and unbeatable service make this restaurant very popular, so booking in advance is recommended. The melt in the mouth lamb dishes served here are a must try.

Bistro Mercat

If you’re in the mood for tapas, make sure you visit Bistro Mercat in Llucamajor, where you’ll find a small selection of tapas made with fresh and seasonal ingredients. The portions are very large, so it’s best to ask your server for their advice, to ensure you’re not ordering too much food for your group.

The Posh Paddy

Situated in Alcudia, The Posh Paddy is very popular Irish pub with both tourists and expats who are looking for friendly service and a great atmosphere. Here you’ll find live entertainment every evening, hosted by Brendan the resident compare and singer who always gets the crowd going.

Wellie’s Restaurant and Bar

Wellie’s Restaurant & Bar in Puerto Portals is a combination of daytime café, stylish restaurant and late-night bar, ensuring there is something to suit everyone. Boasting a harbour front location, this bar features a cocktail and wine garden terrace where you can relax as you choose from the extensive drinks menu.

Things to do in Majorca in September

The Wave House

The surfing opportunities are very limited in Majorca, which is why The Wave House at the Sol Wave House Hotel in Calvia is so popular. Here you’ll find two wave machines the Double FlowRider which is perfect for beginners and the FlowBarrel Ten which is more suitable for experienced surfers. There is a team of qualified instructors and pro surfers onsite to teach you everything you’ll need to know to start surfing.

Palma Aquarium

If you’re holidaying with little ones, a trip to the Palma Aquarium in Palma is a must, especially if the weather is a bit cloudy. Home to over 8,000 animals of 700 different species, this aquarium also features a restaurant, jungle, Mediterranean gardens, children’s play area and gift shop. There are loads of children’s activities held during the summer months, such as face painting, diving, water fights and even overnight sleepovers.

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The climate in the Balearic Islands in september ranges from perfect to good depending on the region and city.

It is not ideal 100%, but the weather in Spain that month is, on average, good averywhere: in Palma De Mallorca, Ibiza, Formentera and Minorca. I allows to appreciate vacation in these areas. And even why not take a little time to lazing in the sun!




Climate in the Balearic Islands in september

Climate in Majorca in september

In the month of september, the mean temperature in Palma De Mallorca is 24°C (maximum temperature is 26°C and minimum temperature is 23°C). The climate nice in that area in the month of september. With 74mm over 4 days, you risk getting wet slightly during your journey. But this is pretty moderate and it is only of temporary showers.
With a good weather, the month of september is a good time to go in Palma De Mallorca.

August September October
Average temperature 27°C 24°C 21°C
Highest temperature 28°C 26°C 23°C
Lowest temperature 25°C 23°C 20°C
Sea temperature 25.9°C 25.2°C 23°C
Rainfall 22mm 74mm 66mm
Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
(4%)
4 day(s)
(14%)
3 day(s)
(10%)
Humidity 75% 75% 76%
Daily sunshine hours 13 12 10
Cloud cover 12% 20% 24%
Length of day 13:44 12:27 11:10
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Climate in Formentera in september

In the month of september, maximum temperature is 26°C and minimum temperature is 24°C (for an average temperature of 25°C). The climate good around this city in the month of september. With 74mm over 4 days, rainfall can happen throughout your vacations. But this is pretty reasonably and it will not be continuous.
With good weather conditions, the month of september is a recommended month to go in that area.

August September October
Average temperature 27°C 25°C 22°C
Highest temperature 28°C 26°C 23°C
Lowest temperature 26°C 24°C 22°C
Sea temperature 26. 3°C 25.4°C 22.7°C
Rainfall 28mm 74mm 86mm
Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
(4%)
4 day(s)
(14%)
5 day(s)
(16%)
Humidity 77% 74% 73%
Daily sunshine hours 12 12 11
Cloud cover 12% 18% 22%
Length of day 13:41 12:26 11:12
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Climate in Ibiza in september

In the month of september, the mean temperature in Ibiza is 25°C (maximum temperature is 26°C and minimum temperature is 24°C). The climate quite good around this city in the month of september. With 74mm over 4 days, you risk getting wet slightly throughout your journey. But this is reasonably and you will not be too bothered by it.
With a good climate, the month of september is a recommended month to go there.

August September October
Average temperature 27°C 25°C 22°C
Highest temperature 28°C 26°C 23°C
Lowest temperature 26°C 24°C 22°C
Sea temperature 26.4°C 25.3°C 22.8°C
Rainfall 28mm 74mm 86mm
Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
(4%)
4 day(s)
(14%)
5 day(s)
(16%)
Humidity 77% 74% 73%
Daily sunshine hours 13 12 11
Cloud cover 12% 18% 22%
Length of day 13:41 12:27 11:11
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Climate in Minorca in september

In the month of september, the mean temperature in Minorca is 24°C (maximum temperature is 26°C and minimum temperature is 23°C). The climate nice around this city in the month of september. With 42mm over 2 days, you will experience some showers throughout your vacations. But this is moderate and you will not be too bothered by it.
With good weather conditions, september is a good month to go in Minorca.

August September October
Average temperature 26°C 24°C 21°C
Highest temperature 28°C 26°C 23°C
Lowest temperature 25°C 23°C 20°C
Sea temperature 25. 8°C 25°C 23°C
Rainfall 10mm 42mm 41mm
Number of days with rainfall 1 day(s)
(2%)
2 day(s)
(8%)
3 day(s)
(8%)
Humidity 75% 74% 75%
Daily sunshine hours 13 11 10
Cloud cover 12% 23% 27%
Length of day 13:45 12:28 11:10
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On the Balearic Islands, the climate is Mediterranean, with mild winters and hot, sunny summers, a bit sultry but tempered by sea breezes.

The archipelago is located in the Mediterranean Sea east of the Iberian Peninsula and constitutes an Autonomous Community.

At sea level, the daily average temperature ranges from 9/11 °C (48/52 °F) in January and February to about 25/26 °C (77/79 °F) in July and August.

Rainfall is generally not abundant, since it amounts to 400/450 mm (15.5/17.5 in) per year on the coast, and follows the Mediterranean pattern, so it is more common in autumn and winter, and decreases gradually during spring, reaching a low in summer, when it almost never rains.

Here is the average precipitation in Ibiza.

Ibiza – Average precipitation
Month Millimeters Inches Days
January 40 1.6 6
February 30 1.2 5
March 40 1. 6 6
April 40 1.6 6
May 25 1 5
June 15 0.6 3
July 5 0.2 1
August 25 1 3
September 45 1.8 4
October 70 2.8 5
November 55 2.2 6
December 60 2.4 6
Year 450 17.7 56

The Balearic Islands are pretty windy, especially from October to April, due to the mild, southwest wind that blows in bad weather, and to the northern wind that blows from France. In summer, sea breezes blow, but they are welcome because they make the heat more bearable.

Winter, from December to February, is mild, with many sunny days, but also with periods of rain and wind. Very cold days are rare, however, on the coldest nights of the year, the temperature generally drops to 1/2 °C (34/36 °F).

Summer, from June to mid-September, is typically Mediterranean, ie hot and sunny, with very rare rains. During the day, the sea breeze gives some relief, but nights are sultry. Highs can sometimes reach 35/36 °C (95/97 °F), especially in July and August.

In addition to these general features, there are some differences that are worthy of note:

– The easternmost islands (Mallorca and Menorca), being closer to France, are the windiest ones.

– Mallorca (or Majorca) is a bit more continental, that is, a bit colder in winter and warmer in summer. This happens both because it is larger and because there’s a mountain range in the north, Sierra de Tramontana, which somehow protects and isolates the inland plain. This mountain range, whose highest peak is Puig Major, 1,445 meters (4,741 feet) high, is wetter and greener: precipitation reaches 1,200 millimeters (47 inches) per year, and in winter, it can snow.

Here are the average temperatures in the main city, which is also the capital of the Autonomous Community, Palma de Mallorca.

Palma – Average temperatures (1991-2020)
Month Min (°C) Max (°C) Mean (°C) Min (°F) Max (°F) Mean (°F)
January 4. 3 15.5 9.9 40 60 49.9
February 4.3 15.6 10 40 60 49.9
March 5.8 17.8 11.8 42 64 53.3
April 8.2 20.4 14.3 47 69 57.7
May 11.8 24.2 18 53 76 64.5
June 15.9 28.5 22.2 61 83 72
July 18.8 31.4 25.1 66 89 77.2
August 19.6 31.6 25.6 67 89 78.1
September 16.8 28 22. 4 62 82 72.4
October 13.4 24.1 18.7 56 75 65.7
November 8.8 19.2 14 48 67 57.2
December 5.8 16.5 11.1 42 62 52
Year 11.2 22.8 16.95 52.1 73 62.5

– Menorca (or Minorca), the easternmost island, is the rainiest, at least at sea level: rainfall reaches 600 mm (23.5 in) per year, although there are no hills or mountains. Usually, the difference is noticeable especially in autumn, when the rains can sometimes be abundant, and in winter, when there are periods when it rains often. In fact, Menorca is more prone to cold and rainy periods in winter.

– Formentera and Ibiza, the southernmost and farthest from France, are slightly milder and less windy in the cold half-year.

Here are the average temperatures of Ibiza.

Ibiza – Average temperatures (1991-2020)
Month Min (°C) Max (°C) Mean (°C) Min (°F) Max (°F) Mean (°F)
January 7.8 15.9 11.8 46 61 53.3
February 7.8 16 11.9 46 61 53.5
March 9. 5 17.8 13.6 49 64 56.5
April 11.6 20 15.8 53 68 60.4
May 14.6 23.1 18.8 58 74 65.9
June 18.4 27.1 22.8 65 81 73
July 21.5 29.7 25.6 71 86 78.1
August 22.4 30.4 26.4 72 87 79.4
September 19.8 27.6 23.7 68 82 74.7
October 16.3 24 20.2 61 75 68.3
November 12 19. 6 15.8 54 67 60.4
December 9 16.8 12.9 48 62 55.3
Year 14.3 22.4 18.25 57.7 72.3 65

The amount of sunshine on the Balearic Islands is not bad, in fact, some sunny day can occur all year round, although it is better, as happens in Mediterranean climates, in late spring and summer, especially from May to August, when sunny days prevail. The annual total exceeds 2,600 hours of sunshine everywhere.

Here, for example, are the average daily sunshine hours in Minorca.

Minorca – Sunshine hours
Month Average Total
January 4.5 145 February 5 145 March 6. 5 200 April 7.5 220 May 8.5 270 June 10.5 310 July 11 345 August 10 310 September 7.5 225 October 6 185 November 4.5 140 December 4 130 Year 7.2 2635

The temperature of the sea is fairly uniform in the archipelago; the sea is warm enough for swimming from July to September, while it is cool in June and October. Here are the temperature of the sea in Ibiza.

Ibiza – Sea temperature
Month Celsius (°C) Fahrenheit (°F)
January 15 59 February 14 57 March 15 59 April 16 61 May 18 64 June 21 70 July 24 75 August 26 79 September 24 75 October 22 72 November 19 66 December 16 61 Year 19. 2 66.6

In Menorca, the most northern and most exposed to the north wind, the sea is just less warm in summer: it reaches 25 °C (77 °F) in August.

The best time for a beach holiday at the Balearics is the summer, from June to mid-September. The water temperature is comfortable enough July to September, although in September, which overall is still a good month (especially in the first half), the first Atlantic disturbances begin to affect the islands. May and June are sunny months, but the sea is still a bit cool, especially in May, when it is actually a bit cold, and sometimes, the air can be a little cold as well.

April and May are suitable months for visiting the islands and their cities, while in summer, it can sometimes be too hot for hiking. In October and November, temperatures are mild, but the days are shorter and the weather can be rainy and windy.

Balearic Islands weather – Met Office

Balearic Islands weather averages and climate

Balearic Islands average daily max temperatures (°C)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Majorca 15. 4 15.5 17.9 20.4 24.4 28.6 31.1 31.5 27.7 23.9 18.9 16.2 22.6
Menorca 14.2 14.1 16.1 18.3 22.1 26.3 28.8 29.5 26.1 22.8 18.0 15.2 21.0
Ibiza 15.8 16.0 17.9 20.1 23.2 27.2 29.7 30.4 27.5 24.0 19.3 16.6 22.3
Balearic Islands average relative humdity (%)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year

Majorca

81 80 78 75 72 68 67 69 73 79 80 81 75
Menorca 78 76 75 75 73 68 67 67 71 75 76 77 73
Ibiza 78 75 74 74 73 71 71 72 71 75 75 77 74
Balearic Islands average rainfall (mm)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Majorca 34 31 19 29 29 11 5 13 54 64 73 43 378
Menorca 45 50 34 45 29 14 7 18 70 84 88 54 538
Ibiza 36 28 32 33 18 10 5 14 72 47 64 59 418
Balearic Islands average daily sunshine (hrs)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Majorca 5 6 7 8 10 10 11 10 8 6 5 4 8
Menorca 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 10 8 6 5 5 8
Ibiza 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 10 8 6 5 5 8
Balearic Islands average wind speed (mph)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Majorca 5. 9 6.3 6.9 7.4 7.1 7.3 7.3 6.8 6.4 6.1 6.3 6.1 6.7
Menorca 9.9 10.5 10.4 10.2 9.1 9.1 8.8 8.5 8.9 9.3 10.4 10.4 9.7
Ibiza 8.2 8.6 8.8 8.9 7.9 7.5 7.4 7.5 7.7 7.8 8.6 8.6 8.2

 

When is the best time to visit the Balearic Islands?

If you are looking for guaranteed hot and dry weather, the best time to visit the Balearic Islands is in the summer when temperatures average between 26 – 31 °C and there is very little rainfall.

If you would rather the weather a little cooler and don’t mind occasional rainfall, then autumn and winter time stay pleasantly mild making a nice winter escape.       

Spring

The Balearic Islands in spring stay mild with average temperatures ranging from 16 °C and steadily rising to 22 °C.

Rainfall is not too significant on any of the islands, though there is some variation, Majorca is generally the driest island in the early spring, while Ibiza tends to see the least rainfall in later spring.

All four islands recieve plenty of sunshine over the spring averaging between 8 – 10 hours per day.

Summer

Summers are hot and dry with temperatures peaking at an average of 26 °C in June to 31 °C in July and August. Majorca tends to be the warmest of the islands peaking at 31.5 °C in August.

The islands receive between 5 – 15 mm of rainfall, so holidaymakers would be unlucky to get caught in the rain. The daily amount of sunshine averages from 10 – 11 hours a day.

Autumn

Autumn is ideal if you are seeking comfortably warm weather with an average temperature of 27 °C in September gradually falling to 19 °C in November.

Whilst autumn is the wettest time of year the rainfall totals tend to be relatively modest ranging from 47 mm in October (Ibiza) to 88 mm in November (Menorca) 

There still plenty of sunshine to enjoy in the autumn months, though decreases steadily from 8 hours in September to a slightly duller 5 hours in November.

Winter

Winter visitors to the Balearic Islands can expect cool but far from cold temperatures with averages around 14 – 16 °C. The amount of rainfall decreases to 30 – 40 mm and the daily amount of sunshine steadily increased from 4 hours in December to 6 hours in February.

Ibiza is slightly warmer than the other islands throughout the winter generally recording temperatures around 1 °C warmer.

Balearic Islands tourist information

It is believed that Phoenicians took possession of the islands around the time they were first discovered. During the war on the Roman Empire, the Vandals under Genseric conquered the island at some point between 461 and 468. In late 533, troops of Belisarius re-established control of the islands for the Byzantine Empire.

The year 902 saw the islands being heavily used as a pirate base, because of their location in the Western Mediterranean Sea. This provoked the Emirate of Córdoba to invade and incorporate the islands into their state.

Ibiza is a consistently popular tourist destination frequently visited for its bustling nightlife host to some of the world’s biggest nightclubs. The Teatro Pereyra is in complete opposition to this once acted as the foyer to a now abandoned theatre back in 1893.

The surrounding Mediterranean Sea to all the islands is a popular draw for those holidaying in the area. Turquoise waters and white sand beaches populate the coastline of the islands. Formentera has become known for its pristine white beaches with people soaking up the rays all day long. Cap de Formentor on Majorca’s coast is populated with scenic cliffs and rock faces with endless ocean views.

Since the 1950s, Majorca has been a major tourist destination, with over 80% of the GDP coming from tourism alone. Much of the coast has been built up with resorts, cafes and restaurants to cater to the millions of tourists that the island attracts every year.

The island of Minorca hosts annual summer fiestas, including the Festes de Sant Joan in Ciutadella over three days at the end of June. Several traditions are carried out over the fiesta, including a firework finale.

A must visit if in the area is the Palma Cathedral, with the interior designed by Antoni Gaudí and contemporary artist Miquel Barceló. The exterior is an eye-catching façade of columns and towers, leading up to intricate spires.

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Sea

25

°C

Rainy days

6 /month

August

30

°C

September

27

°C

October

23

°C

Europe

Beach

Port de Pollença

September

27

°C

Sea

24

°C

Rainy days

6 /month

August

29

°C

September

27

°C

October

23

°C

Europe

Beach

Formentera

September

27

°C

Sea

25

°C

Rainy days

5 /month

August

30

°C

September

27

°C

October

24

°C

Europe

Beach

Ibiza

September

27

°C

Sea

25

°C

Rainy days

5 /month

August

30

°C

September

27

°C

October

24

°C

Europe

Beach

Menorca

September

26

°C

Sea

24

°C

Rainy days

6 /month

August

29

°C

September

26

°C

October

22

°C

Europe

Beach

Sóller

September

26

°C

Sea

24

°C

Rainy days

5 /month

August

29

°C

September

26

°C

October

22

°C

Europe

Beach

Nature

Sicily – Italy

September

27

°C

Sea

25

°C

Rainy days

6 /month

August

30

°C

September

27

°C

October

24

°C

Europe

Beach

Greece – West coast

September

27

°C

Sea

24

°C

Rainy days

5 /month

August

31

°C

September

27

°C

October

23

°C

Europe

Beach

Nature

City

Calabria – Italy

September

27

°C

Sea

25

°C

Rainy days

7 /month

August

30

°C

September

27

°C

October

23

°C

Europe

Beach

Nature

City

Apulia – Italy

September

26

°C

Sea

24

°C

Rainy days

6 /month

August

30

°C

September

26

°C

October

22

°C

Europe

Beach

Nature

City

Sardinia – Italy

September

26

°C

Sea

23

°C

Rainy days

5 /month

August

30

°C

September

26

°C

October

22

°C

Europe

Beach

Nature

Corsica – France

September

25

°C

Sea

23

°C

Rainy days

6 /month

August

29

°C

September

25

°C

October

22

°C

Europe

Beach

Nature

City

Lazio – Italy

September

26

°C

Sea

23

°C

Rainy days

7 /month

August

30

°C

September

26

°C

October

22

°C

Middle East

Beach

City

North Turkey

September

25

°C

Sea

22

°C

Rainy days

6 /month

August

29

°C

September

25

°C

October

20

°C


Weather overview

In September in Balearic Islands, the average air temperature ranges from 26. 7 °C (80.0 °F) during the day to 18.8 °C (65.9 °F) at night. There are 6 days of rain on average, where the rainfall is 58 mm (2.30 in).

Is September a good month to visit Balearic Islands?

In Balearic Islands in September, there are ideal conditions for a vacation. The daily temperatures in this month reach pleasant 26.7 °C (80.0 °F). The seawater temperature reaches ideal 24.5 °C (76.0 °F). At night, temperatures hover around a pleasant 18.8 °C (65.9 °F). You can expect just 6 days of rain during the month, taking an umbrella is not necessary.

What is the sea temperature in September in Balearic Islands?

In Balearic Islands in September expect the sea to be warm at 24.5 °C (76.0 °F). It will be comfortable for you to spend even a long time in a sea warm like this, there will be people for whom this temperature will be too low or too high.

What is the temperature in Balearic Islands during the day in September?

In September in Balearic Islands, the average daily temperatures will be 26. 7 °C (80.0 °F). The ideal temperature for enjoying sunbathing by the water and a good temperature for other activities. For some people, it will be too hot in the direct sunlight and the stay may not be so pleasant. Don’t forget to pack flip-flops, sunscreen, and a hand fan if necessary – it may come in handy.

How many rainy days can I expect in Balearic Islands in September?

In September in Balearic Islands, we can expect 6 days to be rainy, that is, days when precipitation exceeds 2 mm (0.08 in). Converted to days of the week, this means that it will occur on an average of 1.3 days of the week, or in general – 19 % days.

What is the rainfall intensity in September in Balearic Islands?

There is precipitation of 58 mm (2.30 in) in September in Balearic Islands, which means 2 mm (0.07 in) rainfall per day on average.

Is the weather in Balearic Islands warmer in September than in August?

No, in September in Balearic Islands the temperature is not higher than in August.

What is the air temperature in September in Balearic Islands at night?

The average night temperature in Balearic Islands in September is 18.8 °C (65.9 °F). This temperature is pleasant for a wide range of evening, night, and morning activities from sports to sitting outside in restaurants or evening walks.

How humid is Balearic Islands in September?

Humidity in Balearic Islands in September is 73 %.

Is the sea in Balearic Islands warmer in September than in August?

No, the sea temperature in September in Balearic Islands is not higher than in August.

How many sunny hours can I expect in September in Balearic Islands?

In Balearic Islands in September, you can expect around 8 hours of sunshine.

Is Balearic Islands rainier in September than in October?

No, September in Balearic Islands is not a rainier month than October.

How long is the day (from dawn till dusk) in Balearic Islands in September?

The length of daylight in Balearic Islands in September is 12 hours.

How windy is it in Balearic Islands in September?

An average wind scale that can be expected in Balearic Islands in September is 3.4.

Is the temperature rising or falling in the course of time in September in Balearic Islands?

During September in Balearic Islands, the day temperatures are decreasing – from 28.1 °C (82.6 °F) at the beginning of the month to 24.8 °C (76.6 °F) at the end of the month.

How does the sea temperature evolve during the month in Balearic Islands in September?

Balearic Islands has a decreasing trend of the sea temperature during September – from 25.1 °C (77.2 °F) in the first days of the month to 23.1 °C (73.6 °F) in the last days of the month.

Weather in Menorca : Complete 12 month Guide

Menorca Weather Guide for all year-round

 

Weather in Menorca has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters and warm, dry summers perfect for all sorts of activities. From the end of October, the cold northern Tramontana wind can start blowing. The coldest months are January and February; August is normally the hottest month.

 

On the humidity side of things, the average daily humidity for the island fluctuates between 49% (comfortable) and 94% (very humid) rarely dropping below 37% or reaching 100% (unbearable). It’s really pleasant as there nearly always a nice breeze helping to just take the edge off any humidity.

Weather in Menorca: month by month

 

Menorca Weather January

 

What is Menorca’s weather like in January?

Menorca has it’s wettest month in January.

Menorca January weather sees the real start to the islands Winter weather. This month is mostly the coldest and wettest time of the year. Average daytime temperatures are between 11 – 15 Celsius and drop down in the evening to around about 8.

 

Now don’t be too discouraged, I have visited once for a week in January and although it was on the fresh side, I still managed just to wear a T-Shirt when the sun came out. In fact, most of the rain I experienced was short sharp showers which gave way to plenty of sunshine.

On average, Menorca in January offers around 5 hours of sunshine a day and about 60mm of rainfall for the month. I tried a dip in the sea! Wow, that felt cold. I was told it is about 15 Celsius this month. I didn’t stay in for long!

If you are visiting in January, bring a coat or waterproof and you will need a jumper or sweatshirt for the evenings that can feel pretty fresh especially if there is a northerly wind blowing. Great time of the year to go walking.

This is generally the same for all the Balearic Islands but as Menorca is slightly further north, it is usually the coolest in the Winter.

Menorca Weather February

 

How warm is it in Menorca in February?

Menorca weather in February is still cool

The Island is still in the throws of Winter in February. The sun is growing in strength which can sometimes increase the average temperature of 14 Celsius a couple of degrees. It’s still a pretty damp time of the year with showers drifting in of the Med.

 

Daily sunshine hours are slowly increasing to 10 hours a day but not making any difference on the sea’s winter average of 15 degrees Celsius.

 

If you are planning a visit, make sure to bring waterproofs and some warm clothing for some chilly nights around 7 – 9 degrees on average.

 

Great time of year with cool weather, if you want to explore the delights of the Island without any crowds. You can take a stroll along many of the beaches and be practically on your own

Menorca Weather March

 

What’s the Menorca Weather like in March?

Menorca’s weather starts to get warmer in March

Menorca Weather in March is starting to improve, but ever so slightly. The afternoon peak is often around 14 Celcius. The improvement is in the strength of the sun and if you are lucky you can hit the dizzy heights of 16 cels.

 

The sea is still at its Winter average in March, 15 Celsius. So with showers drifting around from time to time producing less rain than February and January (around 45 mm), you can sense Spring in the air.

 

The holiday season has not begun so it’s a great month for getting about easily and exploring the island. Jackets and jumpers are required as the average temperature drops to 9 cels in the evenings.

A really good time of the year to explore the island by car and take in the glorious Menorca wildlife and scenery

Menorca Weather April

 

What’s the Menorca weather like in April? 

Menorca becomes more humid in April

The daytime temperature averages have stepped up now to around 20 Celcius. The island still enjoys around 48 mm – 50 mm of rainfall in this month, but with the sun powering down, it is a pleasant time to visit if you do not like excessive heat.

 

Evening temps are around 12 Celsius, so you will still need extra clothing if you are out in the evenings. Waterproofs are always a good idea like a jacket in case of a rainy day or two which can only be expected in April.

 

As the daylight hours increase to 13 hours for the month, and the warmth of the sun is easily felt, the tourist industry starts to roll from mid-April with shops and hotels springing into action ready for the season ahead.

Menorca Weather May

 

What is Menorca Weather Like in May?

Menorca weather in May is great.

Average temperatures are now up to 22 Celsius. Lovely time of the year with less in the way of showers. Uv levels are up high so make sure you slap on the sun cream. Menorca is pretty quiet at this time of the year.

 

Fancy a dip in the sea? You will be braver than me then. Still on the cold side for me with an average of 18 Celsius. Rainfall is decreasing nicely into the approaching summer. Just over 30 mm a month of rainfall and longer days make it a perfect time to visit for sun worshipers with a possible 14 hours of sun each day.

 

Still a bit chilly in the evenings if the weather is not too good, so maybe take a jumper or jacket just in case. Menorca can be a bit windy at any time of the year which can sometimes take the edge of the temperature, especially on the north side of the island when there is a northerly wind.

Menorca Weather June

 

What is Menorca Weather like in June?

Menorca Weathers in June is perfect!

With 15 hours of sunlight and the second lowest monthy average of rainfall in June. It is in the upper 20’s (not too hot) and the light winds just keep it to a manageable temperature to sit in the sun and take a dip in a pool.

 

If you are like us, and not keen on a very humid environment, June is ideal. I have noticed if it builds up to much, and quick showery downpour soon freshens things up.  In the evening a nice cool average of 16 celsius makes it easier to sleep.

 

All in all, June is a great month weather-wise on Menorca. It is getting more like summer but not overcrowded with tourists giving you more chance to take in some wrays on a quite beach.

Menorca Weather July

 

What is the Menorca Weather like in July?

July is Menorca’s driest month of the year

On average with just 7mm of rainfall, it is getting hot by the end of the month. Light winds and 14 hours of average sunshine a day. This is an ideal time of the year for that snorkeling dip in the warm 24 degrees sea.

 

There are warm nights of around 20 degrees Celsius and if you do not have air conditioning, this is uncomfortable when trying to sleep.

 

With the UV levels at their highest on the island, we always made sure to put the suncream on especially the family. On the beach, we noticed a lovely sea breeze just after lunch keeping perfect for a relaxing day in the sun or a spot of snorkeling.

Menorca Weather August

 

What is the Menorca Weather like in August?

August is Menorca’s hottest time of the year

13 hours of sunshine, short lived showers and light winds. August Weather in Menorca is in most sun-worshippers eyes perfect. In fact, this month is my ideal sea temp at 26 degrees. 

 

Evenings are warm so ideal for sitting out on a restaurant terrace eating your evening meal. No need for a jacket as any showers are short-lived. We often sat in the shade from 12 until 2 for some rest bite from the hot sun.

13 hours (on average) a day of sunshine, and just 23mm of rain in August with light breezes, what more could you want! 

Menorca Weather September

 

What is Menorca Weather like in September?

Menorca Weather in September is very warm

Menorca Weather September is very warm with cooler nights, Average temperature 26 cel and a good breeze plus there is more chance of a thunderstorm. In September he temperatures are just a little cooler. Septembers weather is known for lots of flies which are noticeable when eating outside.

 

Nights are more comfortable for sleeping, and you still get a high 26 degrees average in the day.  The sea is still very warm, ideal for a swim or some snorkeling or diving.

 

With 12 hours of daylight, the month of September is really is my favourite month at Menorca. You still get an impressive tan too and the UV’s are still high which you can easily forget in that cooling breeze.

Rainfall increases up to 70mm in September so it is likely you will catch the odd wet day or half-day. But with the warmth, you will soon dry off. 

Menorca Weather October

 

What is Menorca Weather like in October?

Menorca starts to cool down in October

You can feel that autumn is on the way in the evenings, it is getting cooler now and we have had lovely days in the low 20’s. Menorca Weather in October is one of the wettest months of the year, there is now a very good chance of catching a proper storm that could last a day! 

 

Many people still visit in October to catch the last rays of sunshine and if you are lucky, you can still catch a good run of sunny days. The average temperature is 23 degrees Celsius.

 

As the island starts to get ready for the low season, in October you can get some really pleasant and warm days, but the evenings now start to drop a little lower so a jumper may be needed if you’re off out.

Menorca Weather November

 

What is the Menorca Weather like in November?

Menorca starts to become wetter in November

You can get highs of around 18 in the afternoon. Evenings are around 12 so you will need some warmer clothing and extra layers. Another rainy month with some of the largest amounts of rainfall for the year expected this month.

 

Lots of showers, however, the sea is still not to bad with a mild 20c. If you want to do a bit of exploring cycling whilst the temperatures are reasonable, this is a good month to do so.

Remember: Most of the resorts are now in hibernation mode with many seasonal restaurants now shut until the Spring.  

Menorca Weather December

 

What is the Menorca Weather like in December?

Menorca Weather in December starts to dry up

Menorca Weather December is a little drier as the Med starts to settle down into its Winter cycle of weather. Average temps 15c in the afternoon’s, 12c at night and the sea a refreshing 17cel.

 

Bring an umbrella with around 12 – 14 days of showery rain expected. Warm clothing a must, however, you can get away with a T-Shirt in the afternoon in the sun.

With 9 hours of sunshine possible in a day, if you want to brush off the winter shackles, take one of the direct flights to Menorca from Gatwick if you are in the UK.

A lovely setting in December on the island of Menorca

Conclusion

Menorca Weather is hot in the summer months and mild in the winter. Menorca is the perfect destination for both holidays and a great place to live

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rest and weather in Spain

Summer in Spain does not end when the calendar says: somewhere it lasts almost all year round, but somewhere it tries to stay until September-October. Let the summer months be left behind – the beginning of autumn can give as many warm days as you need to swim in the sea and get an enviable tan.

About where you can soak up the gentle sun and why many tourists in September go not to the sea, but on excursions, read the Kid Passage review.

Contents

  1. Holidays in Spain in September: pros and cons
  2. Weather
  3. Air and water temperature
  4. Is it possible to swim
  5. Beach holidays
    – Costa Brava
    – Costa Dorada
    – Costa Blanca
    – Costa del Sol
    – Costa de Almeria
    – Mallorca
    – Tenerife
  6. Sightseeing holiday in September
  7. Family Fun
  8. Holidays, events and festivals
  9. Vacation prices
  10. Shopping
  11. Advice to parents

Holidays in Spain in September: the main reasons to wait for autumn

If you read reviews about holidays in Spain in September, you may want to postpone your vacation to autumn. This is easy to explain:

  • in September, the weather is ideal for a beach holiday – the heat is on the decline, and the sea remains very warm;
  • the child quickly acclimatizes, and not a single day of vacation will be lost;
  • Spain’s resorts begin to empty in September, and now you do not need to retire to tiny towns to find peace;
  • with a decrease in the flow of tourists, prices for air tickets and hotels are reduced;
  • Moderate autumn warmth favors excursions, while summer heat usually does not make you want to go anywhere.

September holidays have few drawbacks , but they must be taken into account when planning a trip:

  • real peace in the resorts comes in the second half of September;
  • in the resorts of the Costa Brava it is comfortable to sunbathe only at the beginning of the month, and in the Costa del Sol the sea becomes cold;
  • by the end of the month, the number of flights to airports in resort regions is reduced;
  • Madrid and Barcelona are still very crowded;
  • most water parks close at the beginning of September (but amusement parks remain open).

So where to relax in Spain in September? It’s time to move on to specifics.

Weather in Spain in September

September in Spain is the season for picking quince and persimmon. The color of these fruits seems to have migrated to the weather forecasts in Spanish resorts: every day is decorated with a warm golden circle.

Sunny, warm, dry – this is a brief description of the weather in early September at all resorts in the country. Autumn has not yet had time to cool the sea with its breath, and the beaches are becoming less crowded just because people are ending their vacation, and it’s time for schoolchildren to sit down at their desks.

But the weather in Spain at the end of September is different in different resorts. In the south and on the islands, the swimming season is still in full swing, and in the east it’s time to dress warmly and move from the beaches to museums.

The best weather in September-October is in Tenerife – the high season is just beginning there.

To make it easier for you to pack your luggage for a trip to Spain in September with a child, we offer data on air and water temperature in popular resorts.

Air and water temperature

The Mediterranean climate of Spain gives a wonderful start to autumn – during the day it is pleasant to sunbathe on the beach and swim in the warm sea, and at night you can sleep peacefully without air conditioning.

Look, what wonderful weather they promise in the cities of Spain:

Resort Daily t Night t t water
Madrid +28.7°С +18.9°С
Barcelona +25.8°C +20.4°C +24.4°C
Valencia +28.5°C +20.8°C +25.5°C
Malaga +29. 2°С +21.4°С +22.4°C
Mallorca +28.2°С +21.4°C +25.8°C
Tenerife +28.6°С +20.4°C +24.0°C
Lloret de Mar +25.7°C +19.2°С +23.7°С

The temperature in Spain in September is just right for families with small children. Everywhere is warm, but not hot, you can sunbathe on the beach and walk around the most beautiful cities.

True, it gets noticeably colder in the evening. In the northeastern resorts, the temperature drops to + 16-20 ° C, in the south and on the islands it is a little warmer.

The water temperature in Spain drops a little in September, but swimming is still very comfortable.

Is it possible to swim

Velvet season in Spain would be impossible without the warm sea. And in September, even those tourists who like the water to be like fresh milk bathe. In most resorts, the average sea temperature in September is +24°C. Often the water is even warmer, around +25-26°C.

In some regions, the water cools quickly. In the Costa Brava, it is pleasant to swim only in the first two weeks of autumn. In the Costa del Sol, cold Atlantic currents lower the water temperature even in summer.

Therefore, if you want to swim in Spain in September, choose resorts with a very warm sea: Costa Dorada, Costa Blanca, Costa de Almeria, Mallorca . The Atlantic Ocean, washing the island of Tenerife, also becomes quite warm in autumn.

Beach holiday

The beaches of Spain can be long and very small, located in the very center of the resorts or outside the city, beckon with water activities or complete tranquility. All of them are united by their impeccable state of the coast and free admission.

Many of the country’s beaches have been awarded the “blue flag”, which is awarded for compliance with environmental standards, developed infrastructure, accessibility and safety of recreation.

In addition to the international award, Spain adds its quality mark – Q, which serves as a guarantee of impeccable service.

Almost all resorts have comfortable beaches for families with children. The main convenience is a sandy beach, a smooth entrance to the sea and clean, clear water. You can often count on playgrounds, inflatable water slides, and even kids clubs (there are a lot of these in the Costa Dorada).

Here are the best places to go in Spain in September to lie on the sand by the sea and swim in the warm water.

Costa Brava

The northernmost coast of Spain, washed by the Mediterranean Sea, closes the holiday season earlier than others. Here even in summer there is no strong heat, and in early September the temperature does not rise above +25°C.

In the first decade of the month it is still warm and comfortable on the coast, and the water in the sea has a temperature of +24-25°C. But by mid-September, the daytime temperature drops to +20°C, and sea water cools down to +22°C.

Sometimes even the first week of autumn is overshadowed by a cold snap, but, as a rule, cool days are still replaced by warmth. Rains usually begin in the second half of September.

In the Costa Brava there are rocky beaches with a sharp drop in the bottom, but in Lloret de Mar and Blanes the coast is sandy, and the depth does not increase very quickly.

The two main advantages of the Costa Brava are the proximity to Barcelona and certified family resorts . This means that a beach holiday can be supplemented with a trip to a bright, festive city, and the resort will have everything you need for a holiday with children.

  • Holidays with children in Costa Brava: author’s review Kidpassage
  • Resort Entertainment
  • Best family hotels in Costa Brava

Costa Dorada

The Gold Coast is a little further south than the Costa Brava, and this immediately affects the weather. Even heat, which is established in June, lasts until the very end of September. So the first month of autumn will be marked by air temperature +25-28°С and water +24-26°С.

It happens that in the middle of the month the thermometers suddenly drop below +20°C, but this happens infrequently. But the sea in the second half of September can really cool down to +23°С.

In the resorts of the Costa Dorada in September, a couple of rains are possible, but the precipitation is too short to remember about them.

Almost any coastal resort is suitable for families with children. Long beaches, fine sand, gently sloping bottom, warm clear water – children are ready to stay out of the sea for hours.

The shallow sea off the coast of Salou and La Pineda is a natural playground for little ones, and the waves in Cambrils are appreciated by windsurfers.

But Costa Dorada is loved not only for the sea and beaches. Here is the best amusement park in Spain – Port Aventura, which includes a grandiose water park and the Ferrari Land theme park.

The water park is open only until mid-September, but the attractions are open until late autumn.

  • Costa Dorada for children
  • Family fun in Costa Dorada


Costa Blanca

Autumn on the White Coast does not betray its presence. The temperature here reaches +25-28°C and only by the end of September drops to +23-25°C. And the sea in September is even warmer than in June – about + 25-26 ° С.

The beginning of autumn in the Costa Blanca does without rain, even clouds are rare. And if you are looking for a children’s health resort in Spain, then it is in the resorts of this coast.

The local climate is considered very beneficial for children, and there is more and more space on the beaches every day.

In the first week of September, peace is possible only in small resort towns, then silence reigns on the long sandy beaches of Alicante and Benidorm.

Peace, however, does not mean boredom. Nowhere else are there so many animal parks and diverse museums as in the Costa Blanca. Children will also enjoy the large Terra Mitica amusement park.

Most of the water parks in the region, unfortunately, shut down in September, but Aquopolis in Torrevieja is open all month.

  • Family holidays in Costa Blanca
  • Resort Entertainment
  • Prices for resort hotels

Costa del Sol

It is believed that the best weather in the resorts of Spain in September is inherent in this hot region. But there is an important nuance that must be considered when choosing a resort. Indeed, at the beginning of autumn on the southern shores of the country the weather is fabulous – the heat is leaving, and the thermometers finally show only + 25-30 ° С.

But the sea temperature in the Costa del Sol, alas, is not encouraging: the currents of the Atlantic cool the water down to +20-21°C – you won’t be able to swim with children. Occasionally, the sea near Sunny Beach maintains a temperature of about +23°C, and this is perceived as a real gift.

But a beach holiday will undoubtedly be successful. Each resort has comfortable sandy beaches with a gentle entry into the water, and in some places there are children’s and sports grounds.

With little ones often rest in Torremolinos and Benalmadena, where the shallowest sea, Fuengirola is known as a center of youth entertainment, and windsurfers appreciate the wind and waves in Marbella.

In addition, the Costa del Sol is appreciated for the abundance of solid hotels (this is one of the most expensive regions in Spain) and for a rich program of family excursions and entertainment.

Let’s add that it is in September that the weather allows you to go to Seville or Granada – in summer the scorching heat interferes with the trip.

  • With children on the Costa del Sol: an author’s review Kidpassage
  • Family fun in the Costa del Sol

Costa de Almeria

This resort region is located east of the Costa del Sol, and the Atlantic currents do not reach here. The water temperature here can reach +24-25°C, and only in mid-September the sea cools down a bit.

Well, the sunny and warm weather lasts a very long time. Throughout September, thermometers show + 25-28 ° С, the sky is always clear, two short rains have little effect on travelers’ plans.

Feature of the Costa de Almería is a relatively strong wind . In September, its speed reaches 4.2 m/s.

The sandy beaches of Almeria are not crowded even in summer (the region is not the most popular), but in early autumn it is very quiet here. On the beach there are playgrounds and other entertainment for children.

Costa de Almeria is not yet among the popular holiday destinations, but a good tourist infrastructure is being created here. The local resorts have hotels with a large list of services for children and with the concept of “all inclusive” is a rarity for Spain.

  • Costa de Almeria with children
  • Resort Family Hotels
  • Things to do in the Costa de Almeria

Mallorca

The Balearic Islands don’t even think about saying goodbye to summer. During the day, the thermometers often rise to + 25-30 ° С, and the water in the sea is just a delight: + 26 ° С at the beginning of September and + 24 ° С at the end.

The weather in Mallorca occasionally scares with rain, but the sky does not frown for long. The wind also does not interfere with rest: its speed does not exceed 3 m/s.

Not all Mallorca beaches are suitable for families with children, but there are plenty of places with a sandy beach and a gentle entry into the water. Families with small children usually prefer the sandy beaches of Playa de Palma, Magaluf, Palma Nova, Cala d’Or.

Mallorca is the main competitor of the Costa Blanca in terms of family entertainment. The weather in September allows you to have fun in water parks, but you can also go on a trip on a submarine or go down to the Dragon Cave.

Another advantage of the island – variety of resorts . With children, they rarely stop in the noisy capital or Magaluf, preferring the quiet Cala d’Or or Santa Ponsa. Many hotels in Mallorca have mini clubs.

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Tenerife

The weather in the Canary Islands, the “Islands of Eternal Spring”, suddenly turns into a summer register. Both at the beginning and at the end of September, thermometers show + 25-28 ° С, and the Atlantic Ocean can warm up to + 23-24 ° С – such warm water in Tenerife happens only in autumn.

Neither rain nor clouds threaten vacationers, but the wind, whose speed reaches 3.7 m/s, is sometimes felt.

The best resorts of the island are located on the south coast. The ocean here is calm, the bottom sinks smoothly, and the coast is covered with sand – sometimes volcanic black, sometimes light, brought from Africa.

The most children’s beach in Tenerife is called Playa la Pinta, where there are inflatable slides and other entertainment for children.

It should be added that the summer heat stays in the south and west of Tenerife. In the north, including in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the air temperature does not exceed + 23-24 ° C, and there are almost as many cloudy days as clear ones.

The tourist infrastructure on the island is impeccable. You can not leave the resort at all, and at the same time there will be shops, restaurants, entertainment nearby.

But Tenerife is also interesting for those who love to travel: attractions are scattered throughout the island. Public transport is a good help for travelers.

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Excursion rest

There are tourists who are not at all interested in the beaches of Spain. They aspire to Madrid to visit the famous art museums, or to Barcelona, ​​illuminated by Gaudí’s fantasy, or to other Spanish cities.

If you are ready to give up the sea for museums, September is the best time for excursions.

In Madrid, they usually try to visit the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Gallery and the Reina Sofia Art Center. It’s always crowded, but the Madrid Card serves as a way to bypass any queue.

Invite the children to visit the Museum of the Americas (the Aztec books written in pictograms are very similar to comics), the Wax Museum (selfies with a celebrity doppelgänger are a good idea for social media), and the Museum of the Real Madrid Football Club (the history of the best club of the 20th century will interest not only the fans).

The main attractions of Barcelona are associated with the name of Antoni Gaudí. With children, it is most pleasant to take a walk in the Park Güell, decorated with mosaic sculptures, but you can also visit the Sagrada Familia.

The capital of Catalonia is rich in museums that children themselves would like to visit. Among them are the interactive museums CosmoCaixa and Blau, the Egyptian Museum with the reconstruction of the tomb of the pharaoh, the Maritime Museum, where you can get used to the role of a sailor on a medieval ship.

Football fans will certainly want to visit the FC Barcelona museum and stadium.

But the most interesting excursion program awaits children in Valencia. If your child misses a few school days, then biology lessons will be replaced by a visit to the Oceanographic Park, physics – to the Prince Philip Science Museum, astronomy – to the IMAX cinema and the Hemisfèric planetarium.

These and other City of Arts and Sciences facilities debunk the notion that studying is boring.

The resort towns also have museums, albeit small ones. Sometimes just hearing the name is enough to make you want to go on a tour. For example, what is shown in the Museum of Microgiants (Costa Blanca)?

It turns out that there is a bullfighting ring that fits in the eye of a needle, and other exhibits that can only be seen with a strong magnification.

In the Costa Brava you can visit the maritime museum and the toy museum. In the Costa Dorada – the archaeological museum of Tarragona. In the Costa Blanca – the Museum of the Sea and Salt, the Turron Museum and the Chocolate Museum. In the Costa del Sol – the museums of Malaga, including one of the two Spanish museums of Picasso.

The best museums in Tenerife are located in the capital of the island, away from the resorts. But, perhaps, you will be more attracted by open-air attractions – the Teide volcano, the lava Cave of the Wind, the eucalyptus and laurel-heather forest, the mysterious pyramids of Guimar.

In Mallorca, too, you can find something special – say, take a vintage ride from the capital to Soller or dive into the depths of the sea in a submarine.

Family Fun

Spain is called one of the best countries for family holidays for a reason. Let there be no animation in hotels, as in Turkey, but there are plenty of entertainment for children in every resort region.

The first thing that comes to mind is amusement parks. The largest Spanish park, Port Aventura, is located by the sea, so a visit here will be a great addition to a beach holiday.

Terra Mitica on the Costa Blanca, Tivoli World on the Costa del Sol or Kathmandu on Mallorca are a little smaller but no less attractive. In the Costa Brava and the Costa de Almeria there are small amusement parks designed for preschoolers.

Large cities have their own family recreation centers. In Madrid, this is the Casa de Campo park, in Barcelona – a park on the Tibidabo hill, and from the resorts of the Costa del Sol it is easy to get to Seville, where the pretty Isla Mahica amusement park is located (although it is open daily only in the first week of September, and then – on weekends).

Warm memories remain even after a visit to animal parks – in Spain they are equipped so that animals and birds feel at home.

We offer you to visit Valencia Bioparc, Terra Natura Park and Aitana Safari Park (Costa Blanca), Selvo Marina Dolphinarium and Selvo Aventura Zoo (Costa del Sol), Loro Park and the Park of the Eagles (Tenerife), in the safari park and dolphinarium of Mallorca.

But water parks are gradually closing. Most of them work only in the first days of September, the Port Aventura water park is open until the middle of the month. But Siam Park in Tenerife, one of the best water parks in Spain, is not going to stop working.

Throughout September, Aqualand water parks are open in Mallorca and Torremolinos (Costa del Sol), Aquopolis in Torrevieja.

Only the Costa Brava can boast of grand entertainment. But here, like nowhere else, there are many luxurious gardens. In the botanical gardens “Marimurtra” and “Pina de Rosa” plants from all continents are collected, and along the alleys in the gardens of St. Clotilde there are marble statues.

Holidays, events and festivals

In September, several autonomous communities of Spain celebrate their own holidays. And if travelers travel relatively rarely to Asturias, Cantabria or Extremadura, then on the day of Catalonia , September 11, many tourists come.

Free entertainment is organized in the cities, sardana is danced in the streets, and castellers, builders of “living towers”, perform in the squares.

Something similar happens on Majorca’s day, September 12th. To the delight of tourists, entertainment events on the island last for a whole week.

The La Mercè Festival, one of the most important festivals in Spain in September, also takes place in Catalonia. In honor of Our Lady of Mercy, who is considered the patroness of Barcelona, ​​the city arranges a parade of giant figures, a fiery show “correfoc”, concerts and folk festivals.

Sardana, castels and traditional treats will also be served. The festival usually lasts for several days, approximately from 20 to 24 September.

And in the cities of the Costa Blanca, you can find an unusual action: people in medieval costumes are walking along the streets. This is how one of the stages looks like feast “Moors and Christians” , which is held in honor of the end of the reconquista and the establishment of Spanish rule in the Pyrenees.

Vacation prices

The closer the end of the holiday season, the lower the prices in Spain: in September you can relax here much cheaper than in summer. Housing prices are falling especially noticeably, and this is a significant part of the travel budget.

air tickets

With the arrival of September, flights to Spain become cheaper by 5-8% compared to August. In October, the cost will decrease further, the price drop will be from 5% to 20%.

The most expensive tickets are to Madrid – their price in September is 30% higher than the price of tickets to seaside resorts.

Hotels

The price of housing in Spain varies unevenly. In the Costa Brava, where the season is already ending, hotels lower prices by almost half.

In cities where the beach season lasts all of September, the price remains unchanged or slightly increases. And in Madrid, where you can finally breathe freely after the summer heat, the cost of housing soars by 50-60%.

Starting from October, housing in seaside resorts will become cheaper by 15-25%, in large cities – by 10-30%. And only in Tenerife, where the season is in full swing, the price will increase by 5-10%.

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Tours

Ready-made tours to Spain with the advent of autumn become much cheaper. Compared to August, the price of a three-day vacation is reduced by 8%, a tour package for 7-11 nights costs 15-20% cheaper, for 14 nights – by 25%. In October, the cost will decrease by another 15-20%.

Catering

In September, Spain continues to receive tourists, so you should not expect price reductions in restaurants. But there is a way to save money – to prefer places where the Spaniards themselves have lunch and dinner over the popular tourist places.

In such places, a real paella or an original gazpacho can be tasted for 5-10 euros, and in the restaurants of the resort area, the same dishes cost twice as much.

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Here are some more ways to reduce food costs without sacrificing quality:

  • Eat at tapas bars. Contrary to stereotypes, they serve not only snacks for alcohol.
  • Snack in charcuterie. Shops selling jamon, cheeses and sausages make sandwiches with Spanish delicacies.
  • Cook by yourself. Many tourists in reviews of holidays in Spain in September write about affordable prices in supermarkets and markets. We recommend adopting some local recipes: 100 g of jamon for 2 euros, fragrant melon (in September they are sold at 0.5 euros per 1 kg) – and a dish of Spanish cuisine is ready.

Shopping

September is not marked by sales, and yet tourists do not come from Spain without shopping. At the same time, they buy not only souvenirs and goodies.

Firstly, in the outlets of Barcelona and Valencia the prices are moderate even without discounts.

Secondly, Spanish brands, famous and unknown, delight with original and high-quality items. Teenagers and young adults will appreciate the colorful Desigual clothing, while the versatile Munich sneakers will suit people of all ages.

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Tips for traveling with children

Vacation in Spain in September with children is always a lot of fun. To prevent minor troubles from interfering with your plans, follow a few simple rules:

  1. Use sunscreen on the beach and on walks. Depending on your skin type, choose a product with SPF 20-30.
  2. Don’t forget the hats.
  3. During the midday hours, wear light, light-colored clothing that covers the body.
  4. Bring light jackets, sweatshirts or cardigans for evening outings.

The only topic we haven’t touched on is family hotels in Spain. There is no need to say much here: the Kidpassage website contains an impressive collection of hotels that take care of little travelers. Choose a comfortable hotel and enjoy the velvet season on the Mediterranean Sea.

Weather Balearic Islands

The Balearic Islands can be called a small resort state in close proximity to the main territory of Spain. Washed from all sides by the Mediterranean Sea, the islands have the richest tourism potential and are considered a paradise for holidays in Spain. Majorca, Ibiza, Menorca, Formentera are the largest Balearic Islands. Holidays in local resorts are by no means cheap, but how can you save on sunny weather, luxurious beaches, mass entertainment and great hotels. The subtropical climate with an average annual temperature of 17°C allows you to relax in the Balearic Islands at any time of the year.

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CLIMATIC features of the region BALARARSSISKY AUTHINGS are complemented terrain, representing mountain ranges and long sandy shores with lush green vegetation of coniferous forests, fruit trees, olive groves. On the territory of the Balearic Islands, thanks to the favorable weather and landscapes, there are natural reserves included in the list of protected sites by UNESCO.

In addition, the developed infrastructure makes it easy to get to local resorts. International airports are located in Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, they receive hundreds of flights from different parts of the world all year round. Those wishing to visit continental Spain, sunny Andalusia or mysterious Catalonia can use the ferry or local air service. To move around the islands, tourists use buses, taxis, and in Mallorca, rail transport.

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The Balearic archipelago is located to the east of continental Spain and is one of its autonomous regions. In addition, the nearest neighbors of the Balearic Islands are the southern side of France and the north of the African coast. The total area of ​​the island is about 5,000 square kilometers, and the length of the coastline in total reaches 1,500 kilometers. In addition to the large islands: Ibiza, Menorca, Mallorca, Formentera, many small ones also belong to the Balearic Islands. The total number of all islands is 50. Sunny weather on the islands lasts 300 days a year, precipitation is short-lived, mainly in spring and autumn, summers are usually hot and dry.

Each of the major Balearic Islands has its own administrative centre. The island of Mallorca and its capital Palma de Mallorca are world famous for their Dragon Caves with one of the largest underground lakes in the world. Ibiza, with the capital of the same name, is famous for its noisy youth parties, discos, world-class dance events, where show business stars love to gather. Menorca and its main city of Mahon attract tourists with a rich variety of architectural sights, which organize interesting excursions. Formentera offers tourists a quiet secluded holiday. Undoubtedly, the main component of all the Balearic Islands are their magnificent beaches and Mediterranean weather, refreshed by sea breezes in summer and sunny in winter.

The Balearic Islands archipelago enjoys mild weather during the winter months and differs little from island to island. The average temperature in December is 16°С, in January 15°С, in February 16°С. The nights are cool. As the sun sets, daytime temperatures drop significantly. The night minimum, noted on the coast, is 5°C, however, the average air temperature fluctuates between 7-10°C. Tourists who come to rest in Spain in winter to the Balearic Islands sunbathe in the sun, but do not swim in the sea, the water at this time is not more than 15 ° C. Winter precipitation is about 20% of the average annual, mostly rainy weather in the Balearic Islands occurs in February, 7-8 days of the month. In December and January, the rains are accompanied by wind, but quickly pass, lasting 4-5 days a month.

With the advent of March, the rainy season sets in on the Balearic Islands, during this period cloudy weather can last 8-9 days a month, it rains in the evenings, winds blow. The average air temperature in March is 18°С, in April 19°С, in May 23°С. After winter, the water is still cool, in March 15°C. By the end of April, by the onset of the tourist season in the Balearic Islands, the thermometer is noticeably creeping up. The spring sun is already warmer, daylight hours last 7-8 hours. The water temperature reaches the initial bathing marks of 18-20°C by the end of May. In May, the beach season opens, however, in the evenings it is still cool no more than 15 ° C, so it is best to bring warm clothes for night walks.

Summer in the Balearic Islands is famous for its abundance of sunny weather, lack of precipitation, and warm, cool nights. In June, the air temperature rises to 25°C, the water warms up to 21°C, it can rain 3-4 days a month. With the onset of July, hot dry weather sets in, the air warms up to 27°C, in August to 30°C. Water at this time is kept at a comfortable bathing mark of 24-25 ° C. Nights are warm, not less than 20°С. The peak temperatures of the thermometer column coincide with the number of vacationers on local beaches. In summer, the islands are filled with tourists, and the bustle of the day turns into night parties, so the summer resort life in the Balearic Islands does not stop for a minute. Outdoor enthusiasts come to the Balearic Islands for water sports.

Almost half of the autumn of the Balearic Islands goes to the continuation of the beach season. The weather in September practically does not differ from summer, there is a slight drop in temperature to 27°C, the water has warmed up to 26°C and is not cooling yet. September velvet season , a great option for lovers of light coolness and not bright sun. Rainy weather in the Balearic Islands in September lasts about 3-4 days. With the onset of September, the temperature reaches 22°C, on cloudy days about 20°C, at night you feel the onset of autumn, the temperature is about 14°C or less. In November, the rainy season begins, good sunny weather is increasingly replaced by gusty winds and prolonged downpours. Air temperature 18-19°С, the water is cooled down to 19°С.

If you want to organize a holiday in Spain in the Balearic Islands, you should remember that the weather data is approximate, most often repeated in recent years, and the temperature on one island may differ slightly from that of another. For a specific resort and time interval, it is best to familiarize yourself with the preliminary forecast. The most successful periods for organizing sightseeing tours are April, May, October, September. There are significantly fewer tourists than in summer, prices are slightly lower, and the weather is not very hot. Comfortable 20-25°C will allow you to spend a lot of time outdoors. You should not be afraid of rains, because in these seasons they happen mainly at night or during the day for a short time. In winter, many tourists come to the Balearic Islands with a shopping program, buy fashionable novelties from leading world designers.

Independently organize a holiday in the Balearic Islands

After studying the weather, climatic features of the Balearic Islands, independent tourists can start organizing holidays in Spain. Reservation of resort accommodation and purchase of air tickets is carried out through specialized Internet resources, without any intermediaries. If necessary, we recommend contacting the online operator of the Starlet travel agency, who will not only provide advice on booking confirmation, but also offer an individual excursion route.

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Palma weather in September 2022: Temperature and climate


Are you planning a holiday with good weather in Palma in September 2022? Here you can find all weather information for Palma in September:

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Average temperature (°C) minimum temperature (°C) maximum temperature (°C) Precipitation rate (mm) Humidity (%) Rainy days (D) day length (hours)
January 11 8.8 13.2 35 77% 4 7. 0
February 10.8 8.4 13.2 34 74% 4 7.0
March 12.7 9.8 15.6 27 72% 4 9.0
April 15.1 12.1 18.3 37 71% 4 10.0
May 18.5 15.1 21.9 31 68% 4 12.0
June 23 19.1 26.8 16 63% 2 13.0
July 25.7 21.9 29.6 5 62% 1 12.0
August 25.9 22.5 29.7 19 64% 2 11. 0
September 22.9 20.2 25.9 41 69% 5 9.0
October 19.6 17.3 22.3 58 74% 6 8.0
November 15 13 17 57 75% 6 7.0
December 12.2 10.2 14.3 42 76% 4 7.0
January February March April May June July August September October November December
Average temperature (°C) eleven 10.8 12. 7 15.1 18.5 23 25.7 25.9 22.9 19.6 fifteen 12.2
minimum temperature (°C) 8.8 8.4 9.8 12.1 15.1 19.1 21.9 22.5 20.2 17.3 13 10.2
maximum temperature (°C) 13.2 13.2 15.6 18.3 21.9 26.8 29.6 29.7 25.9 22.3 17 14.3
Precipitation rate (mm) 35 34 27 37 31 16 5 19 41 58 57 42
Humidity (%) 77% 74% 72% 71% 68% 63% 62% 64% 69% 74% 75% 76%
Rainy days (D) 5 5 4 5 3 2 1 2 5 6 6 5
day length (hours) 6. 6 7.3 9.0 10.1 11.6 12.5 12.3 11.2 9.3 8.1 6.9 6.5

Data: 1991 – 2021 minimum temperature (°C), maximum temperature (°C), Precipitation (mm), Humidity, Rainy days.
Data: 1999 – 2019: day length

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Temperature (°C) Temperature Max. (°C) Temperature Min. (°C) Water temperature (°C) Rainfall (mm) day length (hours)
1. September 24 °C 28 °C 21°C 26 °C 3.5mm 9.9
2. September 24 °C 27 °C 21°C 26 °C 1.2mm 9.4
3. September 24°C 28 °C 21°C 26 °C 1.8mm 10.6
4. September 24 °C 27 °C 21°C 26 °C 4.9 mm 10.3
5. September 24 °C 27 °C 21°C 26 °C 1.9mm 9.3
6. September 24 °C 27 °C 21 °C 26 °C 6.5mm 9.9
7. September 24 °C 27 °C 21°C 26 °C 1.7mm 9.5
8. September 24 °C 27 °C 21°C 26 °C 1. 3mm 10.4
9. September 24 °C 27 °C 21°C 26°C 1.6mm 10.2
10. September 23°C 27 °C 20°C 26 °C 1.7mm 9.7
11. September 23°C 27 °C 20°C 26 °C 2.6mm 9.9
12 September 24 °C 27 °C 21°C 26 °C 0.6mm 9.6
13 September 23°C 26 °C 21°C 26 °C 0.6mm 9.8
14. September 23°C 26 °C 20°C 26 °C 1.1mm 9.2
15 September 22°C 25°C 20°C 26 °C 0.6mm 8. 5
16. September 23°C 26 °C 20°C 26 °C 2.3mm 9.1
17. September 23°C 26 °C 20°C 25°C 2.5mm 9.6
18. September 22°C 25°C 19 °C 25°C 1.5 mm 9.2
19. September 22°C 25°C 19 °C 25°C 0.6mm 9.2
20. September 22°C 25°C 20°C 25°C 0.5mm 8.8
21. September 22°C 25°C 20°C 25°C 0.8mm 9.5
22. September 22°C 25°C 20°C 25°C 0.4mm 8.9
23. September 22°C 24 °C 19 °C 25°C 0.4mm 7.6
24 September 21°C 24 °C 19 °C 25°C 0.5mm 8.3
25 September 21°C 24 °C 19 °C 25°C 0.5mm 9.0
26. September 21°C 24 °C 19 °C 25°C 0.4mm 9.0
27 September 21°C 24 °C 18 °C 25°C 0.2mm 9.0
28. September 21°C 24 °C 19 °C 25°C 0.2mm 8.5
29. September 21°C 24 °C 19 °C 25°C 0.2mm 8.9
30 September 21°C 24 °C 19 °C 25°C 0. 3mm 8.9

Data: 1991 – 2021. Sun Hour Data 1999-2019.


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    The weather in Mallorca in September guarantees a vacation for every taste

    Are you planning a holiday in Spain in early autumn? Then go to Mallorca – this amazing place will not leave you indifferent! We invite you to familiarize yourself with the weather data on the island of Mallorca in September, as well as the opportunities that will open up for you in the first month of autumn.

    Leisure and entertainment in September

    it successfully combines beach and outdoor activities, sightseeing and clubbing, shopping and festivals. Perhaps the most significant events of September in Mallorca are the festival in honor of King Jaime, held in Calvia, and Mallorca Day. The first one starts at the end of August with an exhibition of giant dolls. The main action takes place on the streets of the city of Santa Ponsa (Pinada Square): awarding festival participants, various theatrical performances (many for children), movie screenings, etc. Everything usually ends with fireworks at the beginning of autumn.

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Playa de las Americas, Canary Islands – December Weather

What’s the weather like in Playa de Las Americas in December

Temperature

December is one of the most popular times of the year to visit Playa de Las Americas, Tenerife (Canary Islands), when families and couples alike escape the harsh UK winter in favour of Canarian sunshine. At this time of the year, Playa de Las Americas enjoys an average temperature of 20.5°C at the start of the month, which drops down to 19°C in the final few days.

Daily Temperatures

Daily highs and daily lows change in the same fashion, dropping down from 23°C to 22°C and from 18°C to 16°C, respectively, as the month progresses. Although it only occurs once every ten days or so, temperatures can sometimes exceed 25°C or fall below 15°C at this time of the year in Playa de Las Americas.

Extreme Temperatures

The highest temperature which has ever been registered at the nearest weather station to Playa de Las Americas the one at Reina Sofía south airport in December is 30°C, which was recorded on December 2nd in 1987. On the other hand, the lowest temperature which has ever been recorded here during this month is 10.4°C, which was registered on December 2nd in 1988.

Rainfall

Across the month, Playa de Las Americas is only affected by an average of 35mm (one inch) of rainfall, which is spread out between five rainy days. With such a small amount of rainfall occurring on less than 1/6 of the month, there is a very good chance you won’t experience any precipitation at all during your holiday in December.

The probability of rainfall making an appearance on an average day in Playa de Las Americas in December stays pretty much constant throughout the month. On December 1st, rainfall occurs on 17% of days. This statistic drops down to 15% by December 9th, before rising up to 16% by December 31st.

If you do experience some form of precipitation during your holiday in Playa de Las Americas in December, it will most probably be drizzle, moderate rain, light rain or heavy rain. Whilst thunderstorms are also a possibility at this time of year, you’ll be happy to hear that the resort is never affected by snowfall even in December.

The highest monthly rainfall ever experienced by the resort in December is 176.7 l/m2, which fell in December 2013. During this month, the resort saw a huge amount of rainfall, with heavy rainstorms stopping and starting over the course of several days. During this wet spell of weather, the resort was subject to severe flooding which caused several underground car parks to become unusable, roads to be closed and beaches to be almost completely washed away. At the other end of the scale, the lowest monthly rainfall ever registered in Playa de Las Americas in December is 0 l/m2 which most recently occurred in December 2012.

The greatest number of days which have ever been subject to rainfall in Playa de Las Americas in December is 14, which occurred in 2001. Not only is this the highest number of rainy days ever experienced by the resort in December, but it’s also the greatest number of rainy days ever experienced in the south of Tenerife in any month. The maximum amount of precipitation ever experienced in a single 24-hour period in Playa de Las Americas in December is 109 l/m2, all of which fell on December 11th 2013.

The resort receives the majority of its annual rainfall in the winter season, between November and February. Due to the lack of sufficient drainage systems, Playa de Las Americas is prone to sudden flooding when a high amount of rainfall occurs within a short period of time. If you are unlucky enough to experience a rainstorm during your holiday in Playa de Las Americas in December, it will most likely be over with very quickly within a couple of hours at the most. When the rain stops, the sunshine is quick to dry up any leftover puddles, so you can be back out on the beach the very next day.

Average Sunshine Hours

During December, Playa de Las Americas boasts an average of seven hours of sunshine every day that’s two hours less each day than in November. Despite the dramatic decrease in sunshine hours, you’ll still have loads of chances to relax and soak up some rays by the pool or at the beach during your holiday.

Average Sea Temperature

If a beach day sounds like just what the doctor ordered, you’ll be happy to hear that the average sea temperature for the beaches in Playa de Las Americas during this month is 21°C that’s slightly cooler than the previous month. Even though everyone feels water temperature differently, locals and visitors alike agree that 21°C is perfect for swimming, scuba diving, snorkelling and water sports, which is why you’ll see so many swimmers and sunbathers on the beaches at this time of year.

Wind

During a typical December in Playa de Las Americas, normal wind speeds fluctuate between 2 m/s (light breeze) and 9 m/s (fresh breeze) rarely exceeding 12 m/s (strong breeze). The highest average wind speed of 6 m/s (moderate breeze) happens around December 15th, when the average daily maximum is 9 m/s. On the other hand, the lowest average wind speed of 5 m/s occurs around December 4th, when the average daily maximum is 9 m/s.

In December, the length of the day in Playa de Las Americas is very slowly decreasing, with a tiny difference of only six minutes between the first and last days of the month. The shortest day in December is December 31st with ten hours and 24 minutes of daylight, whilst the longest day of the month is December 1st with ten hours and 30 minutes of daylight.

Weather Warnings

Although they’re certainly more common during summer than they are during winter, calimas and siroccos can occur during any month of the year in Playa de Las Americas even in December. These unpleasant weather conditions are caused by sand storms which are blown over from the west coast of Africa.

Fortunately, both siroccos and calimas can be predicted days and sometimes weeks in advance, giving you plenty of time to make alternative plans if you want to. Although it’s easy to predict when they’re going to arrive, how long they’re going to last is a lot more unpredictable. Some only last a few hours whereas others can go on for up to ten days.

Even though siroccos and calimas don’t pose any serious risks when they occur in the winter months, they are known for their incredibly high temperatures, minimal visibility and general dryness of air. Siroccos are also known for their remarkably strong winds which can make going outdoors not an option.

Playa de Las Americas Hotels in December

Another great choice when it comes to budget accommodation in the south of Tenerife, Vina del Mar is a top pick. This hotel is made up of a number of comfortable and spacious rooms and also features a restaurant, bar and swimming pool. Thanks to its central location, there are plenty of shops, supermarkets, cafes, bars, restaurants and nightclubs available in the area.

Aparthotel Caledonia Park is perfect for families and couples looking for a budget holiday in Playa de Las Americas. This three-star hotel offers a variety of spacious rooms which come well-equipped with everything you’ll need to enjoy your stay. Onsite facilities are numerous and include swimming pool, tennis courts, 24-hour reception and children’s play area. 

For something more budget-friendly, take a look at Las Pirámides. Ideally located close to some of the best nightlife in Playa de Las Americas, this complex is made up of studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. There is a handful of amenities available onsite, including buffet restaurant, pool bar, café, swimming pool, internet access and evening entertainment.

Just a short walk away from the coast, the Paraiso del Sol Apartments are perfect for families and couples who plan on spending a lot of time at the beach during their holiday. Here guests can choose from bungalows, studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, ensuring something for all budgets and group sizes. There is a wealth of amenities to enjoy, including swimming pools, playgrounds, solarium, entertainment programme and WiFi access.

Golf lovers planning on spending a lot of time on the course should consider staying at Compostela Beach Golf Club Apartments. Just a short walk away from Golf Las Americas, this complex offers accommodation in the form of one- and two-bedroom apartments. Guests are invited to take advantage of the numerous amenities which include supermarket, WiFi access, swimming pools and sun terrace.

Playa de Las Americas Beaches for December

Water sport enthusiasts won’t want to miss the chance to spend a day at Playa de Torviscas. This small bay is made up of fine, light sand which is lined by calm waters, creating the ideal conditions for swimming. The list of onsite amenities is extensive and covers sun lounger and parasol hire, showers, lifeguards, toilets and beach bars as well as a wealth of action-packed water sports. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, bars, supermarkets and shops just a short distance away on the promenade.

Make the most of the winter sunshine by whiling away a few hours at Playa del Bobo. Just a short distance away from the Las Veronicas strip in Playa de Las Americas, this beach has dark volcanic sand and clear waters which are just begging to be bathed in. There is a handful of facilities available for visitors to take advantage of, including sun bed and shade hire, showers and a beachside kiosk, with many more amenities and services just a two minute walk away.

Bars and Restaurants

Carnivores won’t want to miss the chance to enjoy a meal at Las Rosas. Here you’ll find all sorts of grilled meats including pork, lamb, beef and chicken which are cooked to perfection and very affordable. If you’re dining with someone who isn’t keen on meat, there is a handful of fish and seafood dishes available, too.

When it comes to Canarian cuisine, it’s tough to beat Meson Las Lanzas. Here you’ll find a menu bursting with local specialities, such as stewed rabbit, grilled fillet steak and catch of the day. If you’re feeling a bit peckish after your meal, take a look at the dessert menu the cranberry cheesecake comes highly recommended.

If you’re looking for a home away from home atmosphere, pop into the Irish Rose. This bar is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing drink during the day whilst soaking up the sun on the terrace. If you visit on an evening you’ll find loads going on with nightly entertainment in the form of a resident compare, quizzes, karaoke and bingo.

For a bit of soul music, there’s no better place to go than Soul Suite. Open every day from 8pm until late, this bar has some of the very best motown, soul and reggae bands in the whole of Tenerife. There is a great selection of drinks available behind the bar, including international beers, wines, spirits, cocktails and soft drinks. 

Things to do in Playa de Las Americas in December

A round of mini golf at Parque Santiago is a great way to while away a few hours. Found just a few steps down from the Safari Centre, this mini golf course is surrounded by exotic cactus gardens and is divided into two 18-hole courses and one 9-hole golf course. Open every day from 10am until midnight, mini golf course at Parque Santiago is a great place for families and couples alike.

A trip to Tenerife isn’t complete without visiting Mount Teide. This half-day excursion takes you on a coach trip through the traditional local villages and pine forests before emerging at the Teide National Park. After taking in the incredible views, you can ride the cable car to the summit of the mountain for even more incredible vistas. Don’t forget to take your camera on clear days you can see over to the neighbouring Canary Islands.

Playa de las Américas December Weather, Average Temperature (Spain)

Daily high temperatures decrease by 3°F, from 75°F to 72°F, rarely falling below 69°F or exceeding 79°F.

Daily low temperatures decrease by 2°F, from 64°F to 62°F, rarely falling below 59°F or exceeding 68°F.

For reference, on August 20, the hottest day of the year, temperatures in Playa de las Américas typically range from 72°F to 83°F, while on February 8, the coldest day of the year, they range from 60°F to 71°F.

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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 December. 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 December in Playa de las Américas

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The average hourly temperature, color coded into bands. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

Monsefú, Peru (4,852 miles away) and Chincha Alta, Peru (4,902 miles) are the far-away foreign places with temperatures most similar to Playa de las Américas (view comparison).

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The month of December in Playa de las Américas experiences essentially constant cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy remaining about 36% throughout the month.

The clearest day of the month is December 31, with clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy conditions 66% of the time.

For reference, on November 14, the cloudiest day of the year, the chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 39%, 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 December in Playa de las Américas

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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 Playa de las Américas, the chance of a wet day over the course of December is essentially constant, remaining around 10% throughout.

For reference, the year’s highest daily chance of a wet day is 11% on February 21, and its lowest chance is 0% on June 22.

Probability of Precipitation in December in Playa de las Américas

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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 December in Playa de las Américas is essentially constant, remaining about 0. 8 inches throughout, and rarely exceeding 2.2 inches.

The highest average 31-day accumulation is 0.8 inches on December 16.

Average Monthly Rainfall in December in Playa de las Américas

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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 December in Playa de las Américas, the length of the day is essentially constant. The shortest day of the month is December 22, with 10 hours, 22 minutes of daylight and the longest day is December 1, with 10 hours, 30 minutes of daylight.

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in December in Playa de las Américas

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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 earliest sunrise of the month in Playa de las Américas is 7:40 AM on December 1 and the latest sunrise is 17 minutes later at 7:58 AM on December 31.

The earliest sunset is 6:10 PM on December 1 and the latest sunset is 11 minutes later at 6:21 PM on December 31.

Daylight saving time is observed in Playa de las Américas during 2022, but it neither starts nor ends during December, so the entire month is in standard time.

For reference, on June 21, the longest day of the year, the Sun rises at 7:10 AM and sets 13 hours, 55 minutes later, at 9:06 PM, while on December 21, the shortest day of the year, it rises at 7:54 AM and sets 10 hours, 22 minutes later, at 6:15 PM.

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in December in Playa de las Américas

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The solar day over the course of December. 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 December in Playa de las Américas

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Solar elevation and azimuth over the course of December 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 December 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 December in Playa de las Américas

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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.

Dec 2022 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Meridian Passing Distance
1 64% 1:15 AM WSW 2:16 PM E 8:15 PM S 235,395 mi
2 74% 2:15 AM W 2:48 PM E 9:00 PM S 237,899 mi
3 83% 3:14 AM W 3:19 PM E 9:43 PM S 240,306 mi
4 90% 4:12 AM W 3:50 PM ENE 10:27 PM S 242,584 mi
5 95% 5:10 AM WNW 4:23 PM ENE 11:13 PM S 244,717 mi
6 97% 6:08 AM WNW 4:59 PM ENE
7 99% 7:07 AM WNW 5:39 PM ENE 12:00 AM S 246,692 mi
8 100% 8:05 AM WNW 6:24 PM ENE 12:50 AM S 248,475 mi
9 99% 9:01 AM WNW 7:14 PM ENE 1:42 AM S 250,010 mi
10 97% 9:52 AM WNW 8:07 PM ENE 2:33 AM S 251,211 mi
11 92% 10:39 AM WNW 9:02 PM ENE 3:24 AM S 251,975 mi
12 86% 11:20 AM WNW 9:58 PM ENE 4:13 AM S 252,189 mi
13 79% 11:57 AM WNW 10:53 PM ENE 5:00 AM S 251,750 mi
14 70% 12:30 PM WNW 11:47 PM ENE 5:44 AM S 250,581 mi
15 61% 1:01 PM WNW 6:26 AM S 248,647 mi
16 50% 12:42 AM E 1:30 PM W 7:07 AM S 245,971 mi
17 41% 1:36 AM E 1:59 PM W 7:49 AM S 242,644 mi
18 31% 2:32 AM E 2:29 PM W 8:31 AM S 238,836 mi
19 21% 3:31 AM ESE 3:02 PM WSW 9:17 AM S 234,794 mi
20 12% 4:34 AM ESE 3:41 PM WSW 10:07 AM S 230,836 mi
21 6% 5:42 AM ESE 4:26 PM WSW 11:03 AM S 227,321 mi
22 1% 6:52 AM ESE 5:20 PM WSW 12:06 PM S 224,611 mi
23 0% 8:03 AM ESE 6:23 PM WSW 1:13 PM S 223,000 mi
24 2% 9:10 AM ESE 7:33 PM WSW 2:22 PM S 222,654 mi
25 7% 10:09 AM ESE 8:46 PM WSW 3:28 PM S 223,564 mi
26 15% 10:58 AM ESE 9:57 PM WSW 4:28 PM S 225,558 mi
27 25% 11:41 AM ESE 11:05 PM WSW 5:23 PM S 228,356 mi
28 36% 12:17 PM E 6:12 PM S 231,635 mi
29 47% 12:08 AM W 12:50 PM E 6:58 PM S 235,093 mi
30 50% 1:09 AM W 1:21 PM E 7:42 PM S 238,483 mi
31 68% 2:07 AM W 1:52 PM E 8:26 PM S 241,625 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 Playa de las Américas is essentially constant during December, remaining within 1% of 2% 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 December in Playa de las Américas

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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 Playa de las Américas is gradually increasing during December, increasing from 11.8 miles per hour to 12.5 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 15.3 miles per hour, while on October 7, the calmest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 10.2 miles per hour.

Average Wind Speed in December in Playa de las Américas

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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 Playa de las Américas throughout December is predominantly from the east, with a peak proportion of 49% on December 31.

Wind Direction in December in Playa de las Américas

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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).

Playa de las Américas 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 Playa de las Américas is gradually decreasing during December, falling by 2°F, from 71°F to 68°F, over the course of the month.

Average Water Temperature in December in Playa de las Américas

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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 Playa de las Américas 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 December in Playa de las Américas

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in December in Playa de las AméricasDec11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%NovJan100%Dec 16100%Dec 16coolcomfortablewarm

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cold
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cool
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comfortable
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warm
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hot
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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 Playa de las Américas are rapidly increasing during December, increasing by 536°F, from 7,045°F to 7,582°F, over the course of the month.

Growing Degree Days in December in Playa de las Américas

Growing Degree Days in December in Playa de las AméricasDec11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031316,800°F6,800°F7,000°F7,000°F7,200°F7,200°F7,400°F7,400°F7,600°F7,600°F7,800°F7,800°FNovJanDec 17,045°FDec 17,045°FDec 317,582°FDec 317,582°FDec 167,319°FDec 167,319°F

The average growing degree days accumulated over the course of December, 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 Playa de las Américas is essentially constant during December, remaining within 0.1 kWh of 3.6 kWh throughout.

The lowest average daily incident shortwave solar energy during December is 3.5 kWh on December 17.

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in December in Playa de las Américas

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in December in Playa de las AméricasDec11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310.0 kWh0. 0 kWh0.5 kWh0.5 kWh2.0 kWh2.0 kWh2.5 kWh2.5 kWh3.0 kWh3.0 kWh3.5 kWh3.5 kWh4.0 kWh4.0 kWh4.5 kWh4.5 kWh5.0 kWh5.0 kWh5.5 kWh5.5 kWh5.0 kWh5.0 kWh5.5 kWh5.5 kWhNovJanDec 173.5 kWhDec 173.5 kWhDec 13.7 kWhDec 13.7 kWhDec 313.6 kWhDec 313.6 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 Playa de las Américas are 28.064 deg latitude, -16.730 deg longitude, and 49 ft elevation.

The topography within 2 miles of Playa de las Américas contains very significant variations in elevation, with a maximum elevation change of 873 feet and an average elevation above sea level of 127 feet. Within 10 miles contains very significant variations in elevation (7,405 feet). Within 50 miles also contains extreme variations in elevation (12,159 feet).

The area within 2 miles of Playa de las Américas is covered by water (42%), artificial surfaces (35%), and shrubs (16%), within 10 miles by water (55%) and shrubs (18%), and within 50 miles by water (88%).

This report illustrates the typical weather in Playa de las Américas, 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 Playa de las Américas.

For each station, the records are corrected for the elevation difference between that station and Playa de las Américas 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 Playa de las Américas is computed as the weighted average of the individual contributions from each station, with weights proportional to the inverse of the distance between Playa de las Américas and a given station.

The stations contributing to this reconstruction are:

  • Tenerife South Airport (GCTS, 95%, 10 mi, east, 157 ft elevation change)
  • La Palma Airport (GCLA, 4.9%, 74 mi, northwest, 56 ft elevation change)

GCTS, 95%10 mi, 157 ftGCLA, 5%74 mi, 56 ft

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To get a sense of how much these sources agree with each other, you can view a comparison of Playa de las Américas 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.

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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.

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Playa de las Américas

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December Weather in Playa De Las Americas, Tenerife – 2022 – Winter Sun Expert

Snowbirds looking to spread their wings into the warmer parts of Europe are faced with multiple options however one of the best places to go is Playa de las Americas in Tenerife. This holiday resort is located in the southern part of the island of Tenerife, Spain. It was developed in the 1960’s and is relatively close to another ideal snowbird location in the south of Tenerife, Los Cristianos.

Most of Playa de las Americas is a purpose-built man-made resort with sand imported from Africa. This resort is popular for its vibrant and bubbly nightlife, casinos, karaoke clubs, and bars. There are a number of other attractions to be enjoyed for visitors who are not too keen on staying out late every night.

Weather December 2022 in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife:

Generally, December in Playa De Las Americas will be really nice, with an average temperature of around 73°F / 23°C. As the humidty is low, it will feel very comfortable. You can expect around 6 rainy days, with on average 1.3 inches / 32 mm of rain during the month of December.

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Contents

  • 1 December weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife
  • 2 December weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in more detail
    • 2.1 – What will the temperature be in Playa De Las Americas in December
    • 2.2 – Can you expect rain in December in Playa De Las Americas?
    • 2.3 – What will the water temperature be in Playa De Las Americas for December
    • 2.4 – Can you expect in December a lot of sunny days in Playa De Las Americas
    • 2.5 – Will it be comfortable in December in Playa De Las Americas?
  • 3 What to do in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in December
  • 4 Is it humid in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in December?
  • 5 Is December a good time to go to Playa De Las Americas Tenerife?
  • 6 Does it rain all day in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in December?
  • 7 Is December the rainiest month in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife?
  • 8 Is December the most sunniest month in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife?
  • 9 Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in other months

December weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife

To get a good overview of the type of weather you can expect in December in Playa De Las Americas, we will look at the day and night temperature, minimum and maximum water temperature, and if December is comfortable or humid

Generally, December in Playa De Las Americas will be really nice. Historical data shows that you can expect an average temperature of around 73°F / 23°C. As the humidty is low, it will feel very comfortable. During the night, it will cool down to around 59°F / 15°C.

Playa De Las Americas has some rainy days in December. You can expect around 6 rainy days, with on average 1.3 inches / 32 mm of rain during the whole month.

The forecast for December 2022 is based on historical data and are averages. They will give a good indication what you can expect, but the daily temperature and rain will fluctuate during the month.

December weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in more detail

To get a better feeling for the type of weather, you can expect in December in Playa De Las Americas, we will look at the temperature, rain, wind, humidity, water temperature, and sun and clouds

– What will the temperature be in Playa De Las Americas in December

Generally, you can expect in December an average temperature of 73°F / 23°C during the day and an average of 59°F / 15°C during the night. In December, during the warmest part of the afternoon, the temperature can often get as high as 78°F / 26°C, and at the end of the night, it can get as low as 53°F / 12°C.

When looking at the whole year, January and February are the coldest months, with an average temperature of around 71°F / 22°C. August is the hottest month, with an average temperature of around 86°F / 30°C. When comparing December with the temperature in the month before and after, this is almost equal to November, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 77°F / 25°C. And almost equal to January, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 71°F / 22°C.

Day and night temperature variation for Playa De Las Americas during the year.Day and night temperature variation for Playa De Las Americas during the year.

But average temperatures only tell half of the story. It is also good to check the maximum and minimum temperatures. When looking at the whole year, July and August are the hottest months, with a temperature of around 93°F / 34°C. January, February and December are the coldest months, with a temperature of around 78°F / 26°C. When comparing December with the temperature in the month before and after, this is slightly lower than November, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 86°F / 30°C. And equal to January, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 78°F / 26°C.

In the following graph, you can see how many cold and hot days you can expect in Playa De Las Americas each month:

Day and night temperature variation for Playa De Las Americas during the year.Day and night temperature variation for Playa De Las Americas during the year.

– Can you expect rain in December in Playa De Las Americas?

Generally, you can expect about 6 rain days in December, with on average 1.3 inches / 32 mm of rain.

When looking at the whole year, July is the dryest month, with an average rainfall of around 0 inches / 0 mmmm. December is the wettest month, with an average rainfall of around 1. 3 inches / 32 mmmm. When comparing December with the month before and after, this is more than November, which sees around 0.9 inches / 22 mm of rain. And more than January, which sees around 0.9 inches / 23 mm of rain

Rain days for Playa De Las Americas during the year.Rain days for Playa De Las Americas during the year.

If we look at the number of days with rain, July is the month with the least amount of rain days with an average of between 0 and 1 days. December is the month with the most rain days with an average of between 5 and 6 days. When comparing December with the month before and after, this is almost equal to November, which sees an average of between 4 and 5 days of rain. And almost equal to January, which sees an average of between 3 and 4 days of rain

– What will the water temperature be in Playa De Las Americas for December

You can expect in December, the water temperature for Playa De Las Americas to be between 71°F / 22°C and 68°F / 20°C.

To compare the water temperature we will use the maximum water temperature. You can expect this temperature on a more sunny day, close to the shore, when the wind does not mix the relatively warmer and colder water.

September has the highest water temperature, with around 77°F / 25°C. March has the lowest water temperature, with around 68°F / 20°C. When comparing the water temperature from December with the month before and after, December has a water temperature almost equal to November, with a water temperature of an average of between 73°F / 23°C and 75°F / 24°C. And almost equal to the water temperature from January, that is an average of between 69°F / 21°C and 71°F / 22°C.

Water temperature for Playa De Las Americas during the year.Water temperature for Playa De Las Americas during the year.

– Can you expect in December a lot of sunny days in Playa De Las Americas

Generally, you can expect around 8 sunny days in December and around 18 partly sunny days. The remaining days will be cloudy.

When looking at the whole year, December is the month with the highest number of sunny days, with an average of between 7 and 8 sunny days. July is the month with the lowest number of sunny days, with an average of between 0 and 1 sunny days. When comparing December with the number of sunny days in the month before and after, it is almost equal to November, with an average of between 5 and 6 sunny days. And almost equal to January, with an average of between 6 and 7 sunny days

The number of sunny, partly sunny, and cloudy days for Playa De Las AmericasThe number of sunny, partly sunny, and cloudy days for Playa De Las Americas

We have looked at the sunny days in Playa De Las Americas. Let’s also look at the cloudy or overcast days. January is the month with the highest number of cloudy days, with around 6 cloudy days. July is the month with the lowest number of cloudy days, with around 1 cloudy day. When comparing December with the number of cloudy days in the month before and after, it is almost equal to November, with an average of between 4 and 5 cloudy days. And almost equal to January, with around 6 cloudy days

– Will it be comfortable in December in Playa De Las Americas?

Generally, December in Playa De Las Americas will have a low humidty, and will feel very comfortable.

We use the humidity and temperature in Playa De Las Americas to calculate the Wintersun Expert Comfort level for each month. The lower the Wintersun Expert Comfort level, the more comfortable it will be. Only for certain people, extremely dry air can feel slightly uncomfortable.

When looking at the whole year, January has the lowest humidity, with a Wintersun Expert comfort level of “very comfortable” (dry air). August has the highest humidity, with a Wintersun Expert comfort level of “comfortable” (not very humid). When comparing December with the month before and after, this is slightly more than November, which has a Wintersun Comfort level of “very comfortable” (dry air). And slightly more than January, which has a Wintersun Comfort level of “very comfortable” (dry air)

Wintersun Expert Humidity / Comfort level for Playa De Las AmericasWintersun Expert Humidity / Comfort level for Playa De Las Americas

What to do in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in December

  • Piramide de Arona – this theatre of sorts hosts flamenco dancers. The entertainment is top-notch and the groups are led by an internationally renowned choreographer.
  • Avenida las Americas – this music fountain is best viewed in the latter part of the day as the light effects in the water that goes with the music is simply stunning. It is located in front of the Piramide de Arona so you can enjoy both shows at once.
  • Playa Troya – the Playa Troya is the most popular beach in the resort with calm waters perfect for swimming in. It also has all the amenities a beach needs like showers and umbrellas.
  • Loro Parque – bird lovers can visit the Loro Parque to see different species of colorful parrots, flamingos, penguins, and other endangered species. The park has some of the largest icebergs you’ll find outside the Arctic.
  • Siam Park – the largest water park in all of Europe has a number of entertaining rides and attractions with a Thai theme all through.

Is it humid in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in December?

A lot of people ask interested in the humidity or relative humidity for Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in December. But the real question they want to ask is not about humidity but the amount of moisture in the air. Or better, about comfort. Will it be comfortable in December in Playa De Las Americas, or will high humidity make it uncomfortable.

To answer this question, we have to look at the dew point. Relative humidity can change a lot in Playa De Las Americas during the day and night, as it changes when the amount of moisture changes and, but also when the temperature changes. It is a lot less reliable for comfort. Where the dew point only varies with the amount of moisture in the air.

Looking at the dew point, we can see that for the month of December, you can expect that Playa De Las Americas will have a low humidty, and will feel very comfortable.

January is the month with the most comfort. It will have dry air, and will feel very comfortable. August is the most uncomfortable month. It will not be very humid, and will feel comfortable. In the graph, you can see that there is some difference between the most comfortable and most uncomfortable months

Humidity level for Playa De Las AmericasHumidity level for Playa De Las Americas

Is December a good time to go to Playa De Las Americas Tenerife?

Trying to answer the question of whether December is a good time to go to Playa De Las Americas is not as easy as it first seems. Some people like colder weather, and others prefer a warmer climate. Some are fine with some humidity, and others are not. If your location has air conditioning, the night temperature is less important.

These are some examples. I will try to answer the question with a more generic person in mind. The more detailed information in this article should be enough to check further if this applies to you as well.

If we look at the average temperature for Playa De Las Americas in December, we can see that it will be fine for most people. In December, you can expect it to be really nice, with an average temperature of around 73°F / 23°C. As the humidty is low, it will feel very comfortable. During the night, it will be around 59°F / 15°C.

The number of overcast days is more than 5, but you can still the sun with around 8 sunny days and 18 partly sunny days.

The last aspect we will look at is rain. You can expect around 6 rainy days, with on average 1.3 inches / 32 mm of rain during December. More then 5 days rain per month makes the chance higher you will see some rain during a shorter stay. But a day with rain does not mean a day you can not enjoy.

We have looked at the average day temperature, the night temperature, humidity, the number of overcast days, and the rain. We think that December a good time to go to Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for most visitors.

Does it rain all day in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in December?

In Playa De Las Americas, it does not rain all day in December. You can expect around 6 rainy days, with on average 1.3 inches / 32 mm of rain during the month.

Another way of looking at the rain is the number of sunny days. For Playa De Las Americas Tenerife, there are, on average 8 sunny days and 18 partly sunny days in December. That clearly shows that it is not raining all the time.

Is December the rainiest month in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife?

December is the month with the most rainy days, and it is the month with the most rain.

To answer what the rainiest month is in Playa De Las Americas, we will both look at the month with the most rain, and the month with the highest number of rainy days.

December is the month with the the highest number of rainiest days. On average, you can expect 6 days with rain. July is the month with the lowest number of rainy days, with aproximately 0 days.

December is the month with the most rain. This is not equal as the one with the most rainy days. On average, you can expect 1.3 inches / 32 mm of rain. July is the month with the least amount of rain. This is not the same month as the one with the lowest number of rainy days. You can expect approximately 0 inches / 0 mm of rain.

Is December the most sunniest month in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife?

December is the month with the most sunny days, not the month with the most partly sunny days, and it is not the month with the lowest number of overcast days.

To answer what the sunniest month is in Playa De Las Americas, we will of course look at the month with the most sunniest days, but also look at the month with the biggest number of days that are sunny or partly sunny.

December is the month with the highest number of sunny days. On average, you can expect 8 sunny days, and 18 partly suny days. July is the month with the lowest number of sunny days.

July is the month with the highest number of sunny days and partly sunny days combined. While February is the month with the lowest number of sunny days and partly sunny days combined.

The last thing we will look at is the number of overcast days. July is the month with the lowest number of overcast days. While January is the month with the highest number of overcast days.

Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife in other months

  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for January
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for February
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for March
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for April
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for May
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for June
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for July
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for August
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for September
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for October
  • Weather in Playa De Las Americas Tenerife for November

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General weather summary

Mildly cool with a gentle breeze

Feels like

2%

Daily chance of prec.

0.016 in

Amount

13.3 mph

Wind speed

67%

Humidity

10.4 hrs

Daylight length

7:49am

Sunrise

6:13pm

Sunset

65%

Cloud cover

T-shirt

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What is the average temperature in December

The average temperature in Playa de las Americas in December for a typical day ranges from a high of 69°F (21°C) and a low of 66°F (19°C). Some would describe it as mildly cool with a gentle breeze.

For comparison, the hottest month in Playa de las Americas, September, has days with highs of 77°F (25°C) and lows of 72°F (22°C). The coldest month, February has days with highs of 66°F (19°C) and lows of 62°F (17°C). This graph shows how an average day looks like in Playa de las Americas in December based on historical data.

Highs and lows in Playa de las Americas in Dec

How much does it rain in December

In Playa de las Americas in December, there’s a 2% chance of rain on an average day. And on the average day it rains or snows, we get 0.01 in (0.2 mm) of precipitation. In more common terms of how much that is, some would describe it as not rainy at all.

The wettest month in Playa de las Americas is October with a 5% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0.02 inches (0.5 mm) of precipitation, while the dryest month in Playa de las Americas is July with a 0.0% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0.02 inches (0.5 mm) of precipitation. These graphs show the probability of it raining/snowing in December and the amount of rainfall.

Chance of rain or snow on an average Playa de las Americas day by month

Average precipitation by hour of day

How cloudy is Playa de las Americas in December

The average amount of time that the sky is clear or sunny (partly cloudy or less) in Playa de las Americas during December is 15.7 hours (65% of the day). For comparison, the day with the most clear, sunny days in Playa de las Americas is July with 22. 1 hours while November has the shortest amount of cloud-free hours of only 13.9 hours. This graph shows the average amount of sunshine in Playa de las Americas in December based on historical data.

Monthly clear skies percent of time in Playa de las Americas

When is the sunrise and sunset in December

The average day in Playa de las Americas during December has 10.4 hours of daylight, with sunrise at 7:49 am and sunset at 6:13 pm.

The day with the longest amount of daylight in Playa de las Americas is June 21st with 13.9 hours while December 22nd has the shortest amount of daylight of only 10.3 hours.

This graph shows the average amount of daylight in Playa de las Americas in December based on historical data.

Average hours of daylight in Playa de las Americas by month

How humid is it in December

In December, Playa de las Americas is moderately humid with an average amount of 67% (relative humidity), which could be described as humid but cool. July has the highest relative humidity at 76% and is the least humid in January at 67%. This graph shows the average amount of humidity in Playa de las Americas throughout December based on historical data.

Average relative humidity in Playa de las Americas by month

How windy is it in December in Playa de las Americas

Historically, the wind in Playa de las Americas during December blows at an average speed of 13.3 mph (21.5 kph). The windiest month is July with an average wind speed of 18.2 mph (29.3 kph), while the calmest month is October with an average wind speed of 11.1 mph (17.8 kph). This graph shows the average wind speed in Playa de las Americas in December based on historical data.

Average monthly wind speed in Playa de las Americas

What to wear in December

With an average high of 69°F (21°C) and a low of 66°F (19°C), it generally feels mildly cool with a gentle breeze. With that in mind, most people would dress in something light like your favorite t-shirt.

What’s the weather like in Playa de las Americas the rest of the year?

We’ve collected the weather data for Playa de las Americas during all other months of the year too:

  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in January
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in February
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in March
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in April
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in May
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in June
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in July
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in August
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in September
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in October
  • Weather in Playa de las Americas in November

Where does this data come from?

Weather data for Playa de las Americas was collected from the MERRA-2 project from NASA, which used a climate model combined with historical data from weather stations around the world to estimate what the conditions were like for every point on the Earth.

For all data based on historical data, we’ve averaged the data from the past 11 years (2010-2020). For example, for the hourly temperature at 10am, we’ve looked at the temperature at 10am on every day in December (e.g., December 1, December 2, etc. in 2010, 2011, etc.) and took the arithmetic mean. We did not smooth the data, so for example, our daily temperature line will have some randomness due to the fact that weather is random in the first place.

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  • Playa de las Americas to Bordeaux drive
  • Playa de las Americas to Salou drive
  • Playa de las Americas to Zaragoza drive
  • Playa de las Americas to Salamanca drive
  • Playa de las Americas to San Sebastian – Donostia drive
  • Playa de las Americas to Ronda drive
  • Playa de las Americas to Evora drive
  • Playa de las Americas to Segovia drive
  • Playa de las Americas to Santiago de Compostela drive

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The Best Time to Visit Playa de las Americas, Spain for Weather, Safety, & Tourism

The best times to visit Playa de las Americas for ideal weather are

October 15th to June 24th

based on average temperature and humidity from NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Read below for more weather and travel details.

 


Playa de las Americas Travel Guide

  • Weather
    • Temperature
      • Perceived Temperature
    • Rain and snow
    • Humidity and wind
  • Safety
  • The busiest and least popular months
  • Overall travel experience by time of year
  • Other Playa de las Americas Travel Info

      Weather in Playa de las Americas

      Temperature

      Average temperatures in Playa de las Americas vary little. Considering humidity, temperatures feel very enjoyable all year with a very low chance of rain or snow throughout the year. The area is more temperate than most — in the 87th percentile for pleasant weather — compared to tourist destinations worldwide. Weeks with ideal weather are listed above. If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit Playa de las Americas, the hottest months are August, September, and then July. See average monthly temperatures below. The warmest time of year is generally early August where highs are regularly around 85°F (29.4°C) with temperatures rarely dropping below 70.5°F (21.4°C) at night.

      Playa de las Americas Temperatures (Fahrenheit)
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      Playa de las Americas Temperatures (Celsius)
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      “Feels-Like” Temperatures

      The way we experience weather isn’t all about temperature. Higher temperatures affect us much more at higher humidity, and colder temperatures feel piercing with high winds. Our perceived temperatures factor in humidity and wind chill to better represent how hot or cold the day feels to a person.

      Playa de las Americas Perceived Temperature (F)
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      Average Playa de las Americas Temperatures by Month

      Daily highs (averaged for the month) usually give the best indication of the weather. A significantly lower mean and low generally just means it gets colder at night.

      Show Fahrenheit

      Month Avg. High (°F) Avg. Mean (°F) Avg. Low (°F)
      Jan 71.8 65.2 59.1
      Feb 70.9 64.2 58.2
      Mar 73 65.7 59.3
      Apr 74.2 67.2 60.8
      May 76.5 69.6 63
      Jun 78.6 72.1 65.7
      Jul 83.1 75.4 68.6
      Aug 84.2 76.8 70.4
      Sep 81.9 75.5 69.6
      Oct 80.8 74.1 67.8
      Nov 77 70.4 64.5
      Dec 73.8 67.3 61.8

      Show Celsius

      Month Avg. High (°C) Avg. Mean (°C) Avg. Low (°C)
      Jan 22.1 18.4 15.1
      Feb 21.6 17.9 14.6
      Mar 22.8 18.7 15.2
      Apr 23.4 19.6 16
      May 24.7 20.9 17.2
      Jun 25.9 22.3 18.7
      Jul 28.4 24.1 20.3
      Aug 29 24.9 21.3
      Sep 27.7 24.2 20.9
      Oct 27.1 23.4 19.9
      Nov 25 21.3 18.1
      Dec 23.2 19.6 16.6

       

       

      Precipitation (Rain or Snow)

      If dry weather is what you’re after, the months with the lowest chance of significant precipitation in Playa de las Americas are May, June, and then July. Note that we define “significant precipitation” as .1 inches or more in this section. The lowest chance of rain or snow occurs around early January. For example, on the week of January 1st there are no days of precipitation on average. By contrast, it’s most likely to rain or snow in mid December with an average of 1 days of significant precipitation the week of December 17th.

      When can you find snow in Playa de las Americas? Weather stations report no annual snow. Please note that a value of 0 for snow in the graph below may either mean there was no snow, or that snow is unreported.

      Chance of Precipitation

      The graph below shows the % chance of rainy and snowy days in Playa de las Americas.

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      Snow on the Ground

      The graph below shows the average snow on the ground in Playa de las Americas (in).

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      Average Rain and Snow by Month

      Show Inches

      Month Daily Chance of Rain Average Snow Depth (in) Total Precipitation (in)
      Jan 3% 0 0. 6
      Feb 5% 0 0.7
      Mar 1% 0 0.2
      Apr 3% 0 0.3
      May 0% 0 0
      Jun 0% 0 0
      Jul 0% 0 0
      Aug 0% 0 0
      Sep 0% 0 0.1
      Oct 5% 0 0.5
      Nov 4% 0 0.5
      Dec 8% 0 1.6

      Show Centimeters

      Month Daily Chance of Rain Average Snow Depth (cm) Total Precipitation (cm)
      Jan 3 0 1.5
      Feb 5 0 1.8
      Mar 1 0 0.5
      Apr 3 0 0. 8
      May 0 0 0
      Jun 0 0 0
      Jul 0 0 0
      Aug 0 0 0
      Sep 0 0 0.3
      Oct 5 0 1.3
      Nov 4 0 1.3
      Dec 8 0 4.1

       

      Humidity and Wind

      Playa de las Americas has some slightly muggy months, with moderately humid months on the other side of the year. The least humid month is January (49.3% relative humidity), and the most humid month is September (61.4%).

      Wind in Playa de las Americas is usually moderate. The windiest month is August, followed by July and December. August’s average wind speed of around 12.4 knots (14.2 MPH or 22.9 KPH) is considered “a moderate breeze.” Maximum sustained winds (the highest speed for the day lasting more than a few moments) are at their highest in early August where average top sustained speeds reach 22. 6 knots, which is considered a strong breeze.

      Relative Humidity (%)

      The graph below shows the average % humidity by month in Playa de las Americas.

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      Wind

      The graph below shows wind speed (max and average) in knots.

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      Average Daily Wind

      Average Wind Speeds

      Show Wind Speeds

      All wind speeds are in knots. 1 knot = 1.15 MPH or 1.85 KPH.

      Month Avg. Wind Avg. Wind Feel Sustained High Wind High Wind Feel
      Jan 10.3 Gentle breeze 17.3 Strong breeze
      Feb 10.5 Gentle breeze 17.9 Strong breeze
      Mar 10.7 Gentle breeze 18.9 Strong breeze
      Apr 10.3 Gentle breeze 18. 2 Strong breeze
      May 9.6 Gentle breeze 17.5 Strong breeze
      Jun 9.5 Gentle breeze 17.6 Strong breeze
      Jul 11.5 Significant breeze 21.1 Strong breeze
      Aug 12.4 Significant breeze 21.8 Strong breeze
      Sep 8.9 Gentle breeze 16.2 Strong breeze
      Oct 8.4 Gentle breeze 15.8 Significant breeze
      Nov 9.9 Gentle breeze 17.4 Strong breeze
      Dec 10.8 Gentle breeze 17.6 Strong breeze

      Show Relative Humidity by Month

      Month Avg. Relative Humidity
      Jan 49.3%
      Feb 54. 8%
      Mar 55.1%
      Apr 54.8%
      May 55.2%
      Jun 58.8%
      Jul 56.1%
      Aug 56.1%
      Sep 61.4%
      Oct 58.4%
      Nov 53.3%
      Dec 51.9%

       

      Is it Safe to Travel to Playa de las Americas?

      Our best data indicates this area is generally safe. As of Oct 07, 2019 there are no travel advisories or warnings for Spain; exercise normal security precautions. Check this page for any recent changes or regions to avoid: Travel Advice and Advisories. This advisory was last updated on Oct 04, 2019.

       

      The Busiest and Least Crowded Months

      The busiest month for tourism in Playa de las Americas, Spain is January, followed by February and October. Prices for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, though you can save if you purchase well in advance. Tourists are unlikely to visit Playa de las Americas in November. Those willing to visit at these times will likely find it the least expensive month.

      Estimated Tourism by Month

       

      Most Popular Months to Visit
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      Tourists Seeking Accommodations

      Tourism graph is based on Google searches for services used by tourists relative to the rest of the year. Tourism data for this area is extrapolated based on nearby areas. Displayed data is calculated relative to the peak, so a score of 50.4 in November means 50.4% of the tourists vs. January.

       

       

      Overall Playa de las Americas Travel Experience by Season

      Spring (March through May)

      Humidity and temperatures combine to make this season feel warm. Highs range from 79.3°F (26.3°C) and 71.5°F (21.9°C) with warmer temperatures in the later months. Rain is extremely rare with 0 to 1 days of significant precipitation per month. Spring is the slowest for tourism, which makes it a good time for those looking for deals.

      Summer (June through August)

      The middle-year months have very comfortable weather with high temperatures that are comfortable. These months see the least precipitation with about 0 days of precipitation per month. June – August is the second busiest season for tourism in Playa de las Americas, so lodging and other accommodations may cost slightly more.

      Fall (September through November)

      Fall daily highs range from 82.1°F (27.8°C) and 74.8°F (23.8°C), which will feel very nice given the humidity and wind. It rains or snows a barely noticeable amount: 0 to 1 days per month. Tourism is fairly slow during these months due to the weather, so hotels may be lower priced.

      Winter (December through February)

      Weather is perfect this time of year in Playa de las Americas to be enjoyable for warm weather travelers. The average high during this season is between 74.2°F (23.4°C) and 70.6°F (21.4°C). On average, it rains or snows a smalll amount: 1 to 2 times per month. These times of year are the busiest with tourists.

       

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      Playa de las Americas weather and climate ☀️ Water temperature 💧 Best time to visit

      Best time to visit Playa de las Americas

      The best time to visit Playa de las Americas on Tenerife is from January through December. In this period you have a pleasant temperature and almost no precipitation. The highest average temperature in Playa de las Americas is 78°F in August and the lowest is 66°F in February. The maximum water temperature is 77°F and the lowest water temperature is 69°F.

      Offers for Playa de las Americas

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      In the table below you can quickly find the average weather in Playa de las Americas per month, the monthly temperature or when it rains the most. Monthly averages are based on weather data from the last 30 years.

      Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
      Temperature (°F) 67 66 67 68 70 73 76 78 77 75 72 69
      Water temperature (°F) 71 69 69 69 70 72 74 75 77 76 74 72
      Precipitation (inch) 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 3

      Travel and stay Playa de las Americas

      If you are planning on visiting Playa de las Americas, check out these well-known travel agencies. They have been rated as the best by travelers and offer great prices for any budget.

      • Booking.com
      • Momondo
      • Trivago

      Airline tickets

      Looking to book a flight to Playa de las Americas? Hop on one of these airlines.

      • Skyscanner
      • TAP Air Portugal
      • KLM

      Playa de las Americas weather

      The weather for Playa de las Americas over the next 14 days will be 75°F till 79° with a couple of days chance of light rain showers. The water temperature will be 73°F.

      5-day weather forecast Playa de las Americas

      View the 14 day weather forecast for Playa de las Americas

      Climate Playa de las Americas

      Playa de las Americas has a mediterranean climate. The summers are warm and dry, and the temperature is cold in the winter. The average annual temperature for Playa de las Americas is 42° degrees and there is about 18 inch of rain in a year. It is dry for 317 days a year with an average humidity of 72% and an UV-index of 6.

      Playa de las Americas

      Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
      Day temp. (°F) 67 66 67 68 70 73 76 78 77 75 72 69
      Night temp. (°F) 64 63 64 65 67 69 72 74 73 72 69 66
      Water temp. (°F) 71 69 69 69 70 72 74 75 77 76 74 72
      Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
      Precipitation (inch) 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 4 3
      Days with rain 2 3 4 4 1 1 1 2 3 4 4 4
      Dry days 29 25 27 26 30 29 30 29 27 27 26 27
      Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
      Sun hours per day 10 10 10 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
      Wind force (Bft) 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3
      UV-index 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5

      Playa de las Americas weather by month

      What is the average Playa de las Americas weather like in a given month? Let’s find out! Click on a month to check all the monthly averages for sunshine, temperature highs and lows, percentage chance of rain per day, snowfall accumulation and number of rainy days.

      • January

        68°FView more

      • February

        66°FView more

      • March

        68°FView more

      • April

        68°FView more

      • May

        70°FView more

      • June

        73°FView more

      • July

        75°FView more

      • August

        77°FView more

      • September

        77°FView more

      • October

        75°FView more

      • November

        72°FView more

      • December

        70°FView more

      Playa de las Americas weather experiences

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      Frequently asked questions

      Where is Playa de las Americas?

      Playa de las Americas is located in Tenerife. It lies in a straight line 3,320 miles from New York.

      The coordinates of Playa de las Americas are:

      • Latitude: 28.0613928
      • Longitude: -16.7267975

      The GPS coordinates are 28° 3′ N, 16° 43′ W

      How long is the flight to Playa de las Americas?

      The flight time from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Playa de las Americas is approximately 12 h. 50 min.

      Airline tickets
      • Skyscanner
      • TAP Air Portugal
      • KLM

      What are the nearest airports to Playa de las Americas?

      These are the airports closests to Playa de las Americas:

      • Tenerife South Airport (TFS) – 10 mi in Granadilla de Abona
      • Tenerife Norte Airport (TFN) – 38 mi in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      What is the currency of Playa de las Americas?

      In Playa de las Americas, the Euro (EUR) is used for payment.

      Exchange rates on 14 September 2022
      • 1 US dollar = 0.84 Euro
      • 1 Euro = 1.19 US dollar
      • 100 US dollar = 84.21 Euro
      • 100 Euro = 118.75 US dollar

      What is the area code of Playa de las Americas?

      The area code to call Playa de las Americas is +34.

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      Weather in Playa de las Americas in December 2022, water temperature in Playa de las Americas

      Check the weather for December before planning your holiday in Playa de las Americas.
      Average weather data includes daytime highs and nighttime lows in temperature, rainfall, hours of sunshine, and water temperature data.

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      Average temperature: 21 ° C
      Average temperature day: 22 ° C
      Average temperature at night: 19 ° C
      SUMMER WHAT:
      Precipitation in mm: 10 mm
      Number of rainy days in a month: 6
      Water temperature: 21 ° C

      Weather now

      28 ° C

      Forecast for 7 days

      Air Tire Forecast for December 2022 90,003 90,074 December 2021 90,003 90,074 December 2020 90,003 90,074 December 2019 90,003 90,074 December 2018 90,003 90,074 December 2017 90,003 90,074 December 2017 90,003 90,0740074 23 ° C

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      Light rain – up to 2.5 mm per hour, moderate rain – up to 8 mm per hour, heavy rain – more than 8 mm per hour, heavy rain from 30 mm.

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      The maximum temperature during the day in Playa de las Americas is 23. 2500 °C, the minimum temperature at night is 16.2500 °C. The amount of precipitation in December is usually no more than 10 mm, and the number of hours of sunshine is at least 6.

      Weather in December in other resorts in Spain

      Barcelona

      15 ° C

      Valencia

      17 ° C

      Ibiza

      17 ° C

      Canary Islands

      21 ° C 9000 Since

      Costa del Sol

      17 ° C

      Mallorca

      16 ° C

      MALAGA

      18 ° C

      Tenerife

      21 ° C

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      The weather in Plai-de-las Americas by month

      December 27, 2021
      47 reviews hotel mapprice

      Terrible hotel. Room with very old furniture and very dirty. There is ketchup on the curtains. The bedding is also smudged. One outlet for the entire room. Flies are flying all over the room, even with the closed… Read More

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      December 31, 2019

      Playazul Playa de las Americas

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      19 reviews hotel on mapprice

      apartment location 5-7 minutes from the beach.
      Close to grocery and other stores.
      Mercadona is located (nearest) 1300 meters.
      Taxi on average from mercadona 5-7 euros.
      What I didn’t like : Internet… Read more0003

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      49 reviews hotel on mapprice

      The hotel is very good, but the impression was that we were in a nursing home, visitors 70+. However, one could find its pluses in this – everyone is well-mannered, no one yells, does not drink much, sleep… Read more

      Weather in Playa de Las Americas in December. Sea water temperature in December.

      Weather by months.

      Sea weather / Spain / Weather in Playa de Las Americas / Weather in DECEMBER

      In January In February In March In April In May In June
      In July In August In September In October In November In December
      November December January
      Daytime average temperature +24°C +22°C +21°C
      Average temperature at night +21°C +19°C +18°C
      Sea water temperature +23°C +21°C +20°C
      Number of sunny days 24 days 25 days 27 days
      Daylength 10.5 – 11.1 hours 10.4 – 10.5 hours 10.4 – 10.9 hours
      Number of rainy days 1 day 1 day 1 day
      Rainfall 12. 5 mm 11.4 mm 10.2 mm
      Average wind speed 4.1 m / s 4.6 m / s 4.5 m / s

      Weather in Plaiya-de-American by month

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      Weather in the resorts of Spain

      Air temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December

      The graph below provides detailed information about the daytime and nighttime temperatures in Playa de Las Americas in December.
      Select the year you are interested in to see the daily temperatures in December for that year.

      The average air temperature in December over the past 5 years is 21. 9°C during the day and 18.9°C at night.
      To get data on the air temperature in Playa de Las Americas for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

      Data for:

      2021

      2020

      2019

      2018

      Sea temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December

      The graph below provides detailed information about the water temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December.
      Select the year you are interested in to see the daily temperatures in December for that year.

      The average sea temperature in December for Playa de Las Americas is 21.1°C for the past 5 years.
      To get water temperature data for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

      Data for:

      2021

      2020

      2019

      2018

      Sunny days in Playa de Las Americas in December

      The graph below shows the number of sunny, cloudy and overcast days you can expect in Playa de Las Americas in December.
      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 Playa de Las Americas in December

      The graph below shows the chances of rainfall of varying strengths in Playa de Las Americas in December.
      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 Playa de Las Americas in December

      The chart below shows information on how strong the wind can be in Playa de Las Americas in December.
      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.

      weather in Plaiya-de-American by month

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      SEA WATER TEMPERATURE: 24°C

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      Lloret-de-Mar +29 ° C
      MAYORKA +31 ° C
      Palma-de-Mayorca +30 ° C
      9000 9000
      Tenerife +22 ° C
      Torrevieha 9000 +29 ° C

      WARMEST MONTH

      August

      Average day temperature:

      +29°C

      Maximum:

      +34°C

      Minimum:

      +19°C

      THE WARMEST WATER IN THE SEA

      Maximum:

      +26°C

      Minimum:

      +23°C

      SUNNY MONTH

      July

      Number of sunny days:

      31 days

      Average cloudy:

      2. 1%

      Day length:

      13:43

      DRIEST MONTH

      July

      Probability of rain:

      0.0%

      Monthly precipitation:

      1.0mm

      Average cloudiness
      :

      2.1%

      Weather in Playa de Las Americas in December. Sea temperature in Playa de las Americas in december. Weather by months.

      Weather by months/Spain/Playa de Las Americas/December

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      Monthly weather

      9112 Month

      Temperature
      at night afternoon
      January +18°C +22°C
      February +18°C +21°C
      March +17°C +22°C
      April +19°C +24°C
      May +20°C +26°C
      June +21°C +28°C
      July +23°C +30°C
      August +24°C +31°C
      September +24°C +30°C
      October +23°C +28°C
      November +21°C +25°C
      December +19°C +23°C

      According to our observations, as well as reviews of tourists who visited Spain, we can say that the weather in Kemer in September is expected to be good. The average daily air temperature in December is 23.2 °С, while the water temperature in the sea will be 21.3 °С.

      December weather

      Daytime average temperature
      Nighttime average temperature
      +23.2 °C
      +19.3 °C
      Sea water temperature +21.3 °C
      Number of sunny days
      Length of daylight hours
      26 days
      10 hours 24 minutes
      Rainy days
      Rainfall
      0 days
      5 mm
      Average wind speed 18.0 m/s

      Is it worth going to Playa de Las Americas for a holiday in December?

      Comfort

      70. 8%

      Taking into account all the available weather data in Playa de Las Americas in December (air and water temperature, amount and intensity of rains, cloudiness, day length and wind strength), we calculated the comfort level for this resort, which amounted to 70.8 %. Please also note that the comfort level in January will be lower and will be 65.2 %

      Comfort level by months

      On the graph below you can see the comfort level in Playa de Las Americas calculated by us for each month. The most comfortable months for a vacation in Playa de Las Americas are September, October and August. Months with the minimum level of comfort are March, January and February.

      Monthly comparison of weather in Playa de Las Americas

      Select the month you are interested in from the list below if you want to receive detailed information about the weather in Playa de Las Americas at other times.

      December
      January
      February

      March
      April
      May

      June
      July
      August

      September
      October
      November

      Air temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December

      Daytime air temperature in December ranges from 21. 7°C to 24.7°C, at night from 17.9°C to 17.9°C respectively. At the same time, the average air temperature is 23.2 °C during the day, and 19.3 °C at night. The difference between daytime and nighttime air temperatures reaches an average of 3.9°C per month.

      Water temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December

      In December, the water in Playa de Las Americas is suitable for swimming. The water temperature in the sea does not fall below 20.2°C, while the maximum figure can reach 22.0°C. The average water temperature in December is 21.3 °C, which is 1.6°C lower than in November and 1.2°C higher than in January.

      Rainy days and precipitation in December

      On average, December in Playa de Las Americas receives 5 mm of precipitation. This amount of precipitation is insignificant, and you will not notice rainy days. According to our observations and hysmeteo data, the probability of rainy weather is 2.2 %. In this case, most often it will be a light drizzle.

      Sunny, cloudy and overcast days

      In Playa de Las Americas in December there are usually about 26 sunny, 5 cloudy and 0 overcast days. The length of daylight hours (from dawn to dusk) is 10 hours and 24 minutes. The number of hours of sunshine when the sun’s rays reach the earth’s surface, taking into account the average cloud cover for the month, is 8 hours and 55 minutes per day.

      Wind in Playa de Las Americas in December

      The graph below shows the probability of winds of different strengths during the month. The average wind speed in Playa de Las Americas in December is 18.0 m/s.

      Weather in December in other resorts in Spain

      We bring to your attention a summary of the weather in other popular resorts in Spain in December. Select the resort you are interested in to get more detailed information.

      Name Day air temperature Air temperature
      at night
      Rainy days
      (rainfall)
      Water temperature
      Tenerife 18. 5°C 14.0°C 2 days (34 mm) 21.1°C
      Barcelona 15.2°C 10.2°C 3 days (21 mm) 15.5°C
      Mallorca 17.3°C 10.8°C 4 days (46 mm) 17.6°C
      Malaga 18.4°C 10.2°C 1 day (12 mm) 16.5°C
      Palma de Mallorca 17.3°C 10.1°C 3 days (38 mm) 17.5°C
      Valencia 17.3°C 9.4°C 2 days (34 mm) 16.5°C
      Costa Brava 15.0°C 9. 4°C 2 days (36 mm) 15.1°C
      Salou 15.8°C 9.9°C 2 days (18 mm) 16.0°C
      Alicante 17.4°C 10.0°C 1 day (28 mm) 17.0°C
      Ibiza 17.5°C 14.9°C 3 days (42 mm) 17.4°C
      Gran Canaria 23.0°C 19.3°C 0 days (5 mm) 20.9°C
      Marbella 17.7°C 10.2°C 2 days (28 mm) 16.7°C
      – January – February – March – April – May – June
      – July – August – September – October – November – December

      Weather in Playa de Las Americas in December 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 Playa de Las Americas in December, this month’s rating is 4. 3 out of five.

      Temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December

      Average temperature during the day: +22.0°C
      Average temperature at night: +18.8°C
      Sea water temperature: +21.0°C
      Number of sunny days: 29 days
      Rainy days:
      Rainfall:
      0 days
      13.2 mm

      Monthly weather comparison in Playa de Las Americas
      Water temperature in Spain in December

      Should I go on vacation in December?

      4
      .
      3

      The climate in December is good and tourists come to have a rest. According to our data, the weather in Playa de Las Americas in December and the water temperature is good. At this time, on some days there may be a cool sea with an average temperature of +21.0°C. There is practically no rain, about 0 days per month, 13.2 mm of precipitation falls. Sunny weather lasts at least 29 days. According to the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, it is worth going on vacation to Playa de Las Americas in December.

        Please note:

      • Weather in Playa de Las Americas in January:
        rating 4.0 (out of 5),
        air +20.5°C , sea: +19.9°C,
        rain 0 days
      • Weather in Playa de Las Americas in November:
        rating 4. 7 (out of 5),
        air +24.8°C , sea: +23.2°C,
        rain 2 days

      

      Details

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      • Average statistics for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021: the maximum air temperature reaches +24. 2°C, the minimum recorded values ​​are +20.2°C. At night, the temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December drops to +20.8°C…+17.2°C. On average, the difference between day and night is 3.2°C. What weather forecast in Playa de Las Americas at the end of December and the beginning of the month is shown on the chart, in Spain almost everywhere the situation is similar.

        

        Water temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December

        Weather forecast and sea water temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December ranges from +20.1°C to +22.3°C. At its lows, it can be considered comfortable for swimming adults and children. In the previous month, the sea is colder by about 1.1°C. The next month the water is 2.2°C warmer. In December, according to the reviews of tourists in Playa de Las Americas, the climate is well suited for relaxation due to the comfortable sea water temperature almost anywhere in Spain.

        Rating, rainy days and precipitation in December and other months.

        The rating in a period of five months fluctuates from 3.7 to 4.9 points. The number of rainy days in December is 0, and it ranks 1st for this indicator for the year. Precipitation is 13.2 mm, this is the 2nd place among all months. At the same time, in the previous period, 3.8 mm less rainfall, in the next month, 3.9 mm less. The weather in Playa de Las Americas in December 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 December is 5.2 m/s with maximum wind gusts up to 7.2 m/s.

        Climate summary

        Day Day air temperature Water temperature
        1 +21. 9°C +22.3°C
        2 +23.7°C +22.0°C
        3 +23.2°C +22.1°C
        4 +22. 2°C +22.2°C
        5 +22.2°C +22.1°C
        6 +21.1°C +21.5°C
        7 +21. 1°C +21.7°C
        8 +22.2°C +21.6°C
        9 +24.1°C +21.6°C
        10 +24. 2°C +21.4°C
        11 +23.3°C +21.6°C
        12 +23.4°C +21.2°C
        13 +22. 2°C +20.9°C
        14 +20.2°C +21.2°C
        15 +21.3°C +21.1°C
        16 +22. 2°C +20.7°C
        17 +21.9°C +20.9°C
        18 +21.3°C +21.2°C
        19 +23. 1°C +21.3°C
        20 +21.4°C +20.7°C
        21 +23.1°C +20.6°C
        22 +22. 1°C +20.3°C
        23 +22.4°C +20.2°C
        24 +22.8°C +20.4°C
        25 +23. 6°C +20.5°C
        26 +22.1°C +20.6°C
        27 +22.1°C +20.3°C
        28 +22. 4°C +20.2°C
        29 +21.3°C +20.3°C
        30 +21.4°C +20.4°C
        31 +21. 8°C +20.1°C

        Weather now

        Playa de Las Americas

        +27°

        Feeling: +29°C

        Z 4m/s

        Precipitation: 0%

        10 day / 14 day forecast

          Pay attention to other cities:

        • Playa d’en Bossa December weather
        • Puerto de la Cruz December weather

        Weather in Playa de Las Americas in December 2022

        What is the air temperature, is there a chance of rain and is it possible to swim? Playa de Las Americas in December – read on the Tour Calendar!

        Contents

        What’s the weather like in Playa de Las Americas in December? The thermometer in the daytime in the city rises to +21.

        8°C, at night +18.2°C. On average, there is no more than one rainy day in Playa de Las Americas in December. The water temperature in December drops to +20.6 °C.

        Average temperature

        +20°

        Air temperature during the day

        +22°

        Air temperature at night

        +18°

        Water temperature

        +21°

        Rainfall (mm)

        13 mm

        Rain

        1 day

        Sunny days

        27 days

        Humidity

        55%

        Day length

        10 hours

        All monthsJanuary >

        Air temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December

        The air temperature in December in Playa de Las Americas during the day is +22 °C, at night: +18 °C. The highest value for December in the afternoon was noted on December 6, 2016 and amounted to +28 °C, the lowest on December 24, 2017: +18 °C.

        Water temperature in Playa de Las Americas in December

        The water temperature in December in Playa de Las Americas is usually around +21 ° C – a great time for a beach holiday. The highest value for December was recorded on 12/05/2018 and amounted to +23 °C, the lowest on 12/08/2020: +13 °C.

        How many sunny days per month

        There are 27 sunny, 0 cloudy and 4 cloudy days per month, so the weather in Playa de Las Americas in December is ideal for relaxing.

        Playa de Las Americas in December. Things to do?

        Tour-Calendar assessed the possibility of types of recreation on a scale from 0 to 5 .

        • Beach holiday

          3.5

        • Excursions

          5

        • Bicycle

          5

        • Sport

          5

        Weather archive in Playa de Las Americas for December

        Look at the weather in Playa de Las Americas in recent years in December days.

        Happy At night
        Dec 1 Partly cloudy +22° +18° +14°
        Dec 2 Partly cloudy +23° +18° +14°
        Dec 3 Partly cloudy +22° +19° +14°
        Dec 4 Partly cloudy +22° +18° +14°
        Dec 5 Partly cloudy +22° +17° +14°
        Dec 6 Partly cloudy +22° +19° +14°
        Dec 7 Partly cloudy +20° +18° +14°
        Dec 8 Partly cloudy +22° +18° +14°
        Dec 9 Partly cloudy +22° +18° +14°
        Dec 10 Partly cloudy +23° +18° +14°
        Dec 11 Partly cloudy +22° +17° +14°
        Dec 12 Partly cloudy +23° +17° +14°
        13 Dec Partly cloudy +22° +16° +14°
        Dec 14 Partly cloudy +21° +15° +14°
        Dec 15 Partly cloudy +19° +15° +14°
        Dec 16 Partly cloudy +20° +14° +14°
        Dec 17 Partly cloudy +21° +15° +14°
        18 Dec Partly cloudy +22° +14° +13°
        19 Dec Partly cloudy +21° +18° +14°
        Dec 20 Partly cloudy +22° +18° +14°
        21 Dec Partly cloudy +21° +18° +14°
        22 Dec Partly cloudy +21° +16° +14°
        23 Dec Partly cloudy +21° +16° +15°
        24 Dec Partly cloudy +21° +16° +15°
        Dec 25 Partly cloudy +21° +15° +15°
        Dec 26 Partly cloudy +21° +16° +14°
        Dec 27 Partly cloudy +22° +19° +15°
        28 Dec Partly cloudy +22° +18° +15°
        Dec 29 Clear +22° +16° +15°
        Dec 30 Clear +25° +18° +15°
        Dec 31 Clear +27° +20° +16°

        show all

        Other months weather in Playa de Las Americas:

        January ·
        February ·
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        May ·
        June ·
        July ·
        August ·
        September ·
        October ·
        November ·
        December

        Monthly weather in Playa de Las Americas.

        Water temperature and weather forecast in Playa de Las Americas for a week, 14 days and a month

        Weather in Playa de Las Americas for months and now. Water temperature and weather forecast in Playa de las Americas for a week, 14 days and a month

        Weather today and by months

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      • Weather by months and seasons in Playa de Las Americas
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        • Playa de Las Americas in spring
        • Playa de Las Americas in summer
        • Playa de Las Americas in autumn
      • Weather forecast for Playa de Las Americas

        • Month
        • 2 weeks
        • A week

        Oct 14
        Today

        +20°
        +25°

        Oct 15
        Sat

        +19°
        +24°

        Oct 16
        Sun

        +19°
        +24°

        Oct 17
        Mon

        +20°
        +24°

        28
        September
        Sep

        +21°
        +26°

        29
        September
        Sep

        +21°
        +25°

        30
        September
        Sep

        +20°
        +26°

        01
        October
        Oct

        +22°
        +27°

        02
        October
        Oct

        +23°
        +28°

        03
        October
        Oct

        +21°
        +26°

        04
        October
        Oct

        +21°
        +24°

        05
        October
        Oct

        +21°
        +24°

        06
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        07
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +25°

        08
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        09
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        10
        October
        Oct

        +20°
        +24°

        11
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        12
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +26°

        13
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +26°

        14
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +25°

        15
        October
        Oct

        +19°
        +24°

        16
        October
        Oct

        +19°
        +24°

        17
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        28
        September
        Sep

        +21°
        +26°

        29
        September
        Sep

        +21°
        +25°

        30
        September
        Sep

        +20°
        +26°

        01
        October
        Oct

        +22°
        +27°

        02
        October
        Oct

        +23°
        +28°

        03
        October
        Oct

        +21°
        +26°

        04
        October
        Oct

        +21°
        +24°

        05
        October
        Oct

        +21°
        +24°

        06
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        07
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +25°

        08
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        09
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        10
        October
        Oct

        +20°
        +24°

        11
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        12
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +26°

        13
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +26°

        14
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +25°

        15
        October
        Oct

        +19°
        +24°

        16
        October
        Oct

        +19°
        +24°

        17
        October
        oct

        +20°
        +24°

        Monthly and seasonal weather in Playa de Las Americas

        Monthly weather in Playa de Las Americas is not characterized by pronounced seasonality.
        So, the coldest month in Playa de Las Americas is January with an average daytime temperature of +20.8°C,
        the warmest August with a temperature of +29.4°C.
        Rainiest months in Playa de Las Americas august (1 day),
        October (1 day) and November (1 day),
        while the driest January (0 days),
        March (0 days) and April (0 days).
        The maximum water temperature in Playa de Las Americas is observed in August and is +23.2°C,
        minimum in March +19.1°C.

        Month

        Temperature during the day

        Temp. afternoon

        Temperature at night

        Temp. at night

        Water temperature

        Temp. water

        Sunny days

        Solar days

        Rainy days

        Rain days

        Season
        January +20. +17.9° +20.1° 28 0
        February +20.4° +17. +19.2° 25 1
        March +21.4° +17.8° +19. 28 0
        April +22.5° +18.8° +19.6° 28 0
        May +24. +19.9° +20.4° 30 0
        June +26.0° +21. +21.4° 30 0
        July +28.4° +22.6° +22. 31 0
        August +29.4° +23.7° +23.2° 30 1
        September +28. +23.8° +23.9° 28 0
        October +26.6° +23. +23.8° 27 1
        November +23.9° +20.9° +22. 25 1
        December +22.1° +19.2° +21.1° 27 0

        In winter, the weather in Playa de Las Americas is mostly warm, with an average air temperature of +20. 7°C. On average, there is almost no rain in winter. The wind in winter is moderate – around 5m / s. Relative humidity 22%.

        9000 +17, 9°C

        December January February
        Day temperature +22.1 ° C +20.8 ° C +20.4 ° C
        Night temperature +19.2 ° C +17.4°C
        Water temperature +21.1°C +20.1°C +19.2°C
        Precipitation, mm
        The weather in spring in Playa de Las Americas is mostly warm, with an average air temperature of +22.3°C. Usually spring in Playa de Las Americas passes without rain. The wind in spring is moderate – about 4m/s. Relative air humidity 18%.

        9000 +18, 8°C

        March April May
        Day temperature +21.4 ° C +22.5 ° C +24.0 ° C
        Night temperature +17.8 ° C +19.9°C
        Water temperature +19.1°C +19.6°C +20.4°C
        Precipitation, mm
        In summer, the weather in Playa de Las Americas is mostly warm, with an average temperature of +27.7°C. On average, there is almost no rain in summer. Relative humidity 19%. The wind in summer is moderate and amounts to 4m/s.

        90 mm0010

        June July August
        Day temperature +26. 0 ° C +28.4 ° C +29.4 ° C
        Night temperature +21.3 ° C +22, 6°C +23.7°C
        Water temperature +21.4°C +22.3°C +23.2°C
        1 1 8

        During the autumn months, the weather in Playa de Las Americas is predominantly warm, with an average temperature of +25.7°C. The coldest autumn month is November with temperatures (+23.0°C), the warmest month is September (+28.0°C). The average rainfall in spring in Playa de Las Americas is up to 1 days with rain per month. Relative humidity 20%. Wind in autumn months is usually weak 3m/s.

        September October November
        Day temperature +28.

        Playa de arena weather: Washington, DC Weather Forecast and Conditions – The Weather Channel

        Опубликовано: July 26, 2020 в 11:12 am

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        Категории: Miscellaneous

        Playa de la Arena, Canary Islands – Weather Forecast

        The warmest day over the next 25 days weather in Playa de la Arena is forecast to be
        Thursday 22nd September 2022 at
        29°C
        (84°F)
        and the warmest night on
        Wednesday 14th September 2022 at
        22°C
        (72°F).
        The average temperature over the next 25 days in Playa de la Arena from this forecast is
        27°C
        (81°F)
        and there will be 1 day of sunshine
        .
        The average for September is
        24°C
        (75°F).

        • Wed 14 Sep
        • 12:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 15:00
          27°C
          (81°F)

        • 18:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 21:00
          25°C
          (77°F)

        • Thu 15 Sep
        • 0:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 3:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 6:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 9:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 12:00
          25°C
          (77°F)

        • 15:00
          27°C
          (81°F)

        • 18:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 21:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • Fri 16 Sep
        • 0:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 3:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 6:00
          22°C
          (72°F)

        • 9:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 12:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 15:00
          28°C
          (82°F)

        • 18:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 21:00
          25°C
          (77°F)

        • Sat 17 Sep
        • 0:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 3:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 6:00
          22°C
          (72°F)

        • 9:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 12:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 15:00
          27°C
          (81°F)

        • 18:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 21:00
          25°C
          (77°F)

        • Sun 18 Sep
        • 0:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 3:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 6:00
          22°C
          (72°F)

        • 9:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 12:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 15:00
          27°C
          (81°F)

        • 18:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 21:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • Mon 19 Sep
        • 0:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • 3:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 6:00
          22°C
          (72°F)

        • 9:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 12:00
          25°C
          (77°F)

        • 15:00
          27°C
          (81°F)

        • 18:00
          25°C
          (77°F)

        • 21:00
          24°C
          (75°F)

        • Tue 20 Sep
        • 0:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 3:00
          22°C
          (72°F)

        • 6:00
          21°C
          (70°F)

        • 9:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 12:00
          25°C
          (77°F)

        • 15:00
          27°C
          (81°F)

        • 18:00
          26°C
          (79°F)

        • 21:00
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        • Wed 21 Sep
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          28°C
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        • Thu 22 Sep
        • 0:00
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        • 3:00
          23°C
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        • 6:00
          22°C
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          29°C
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          24°C
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        • Fri 23 Sep
        • 0:00
          23°C
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        • 3:00
          23°C
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        • 6:00
          22°C
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          26°C
          (79°F)

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          29°C
          (84°F)

        • 18:00
          26°C
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          (75°F)

        • Sat 24 Sep
        • 0:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 3:00
          23°C
          (73°F)

        • 6:00
          22°C
          (72°F)

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        Playa de la Arena, Canary Islands – Live Weather Update

        The result of intense volcanic activity from aeons ago, the Canary Islands chain is one of the five situated in the Central Atlantic Ocean. Together with the Azores, Madeira, the Savage Islands and Cape Verde, they’re also known as Macaronesia (Greek for “islands of the fortunate”). Playa de la Arena sits gracefully on the western coast of Tenerife, one the world’s favourite resorts and best known for its pleasant sub-tropical climate, abundance of local micro-climates, and incredible beaches. The region is cooled by the Canary Current and north-eastern Trade Winds, the latter more consistent during the summer, and it’s situated on the same latitude as Orlando, Florida. Tenerife is only 300km from Western Sahara, and thus features a generally dry and hot summer, kept under control by the mountainous clusters peaking from the centre of the island.

        This little corner of paradise is home to some fascinating effects, like the Rain Shadow Effect caused by mountains and keeping the south-west of the island very dry, and the Sea of Clouds Effect, where moist trade winds at sea level condense as they rise over the northern slope of Tenerife and then suddenly meet a layer of temperature inversion at about 1,700m altitude, causing the clouds to look like they’re “flowing” and “splashing” against the mountainsides. The island is also home to Spain’s largest mountain, Pico de Teide, measuring at 3,718m and with its peak often covered in snow during the winter. It’s no surprise to find yourself on a beach in Tenerife, basking in a glorious sun, and having the majestic Teide stand in the background, its tip an almost sparkling white.

        Playa de la Arena is one of the three major resorts on the west coast, the most modern and more relaxed of its cluster, Puerto Santiago and Los Gigantes. Together they form the largest coastal development of the municipal district of Santiago Del Teide, but parts of Playa de la Arena have actually expanded into parts of the Guia de Isora district.

        Its weather is pretty much close to perfect throughout the year, experiencing an overall average temperature of 20â°C (68â°F), and manifested into 4 not very differentiated seasons. The daily sunshine average ranges from 8 hours in November January, to 11 hours in April July, the latter sequence bearing the longest days of the year. Humidity is beautifully constant at 71-75% throughout the year, with extremely comfortable dew points and a generally dry air. Wind speeds are also constant at 12-13mph, and the ocean temperature holds a superb 20â°C (72â°F) overall, its cooler end between February and March at 18â°C and its peak from August until October at 22â°C. This part of the island is also quite dry, June, July and August experiencing anything between 0-3mm of rainfall, and often subject to dry and occasionally dusty south-eastern winds from Western Sahara. For a 14-day forecast, you can click here.

        Spring

        Lasting from March until May, spring in Tenerife is an absolute delight, with an average temperature of 18â°C (64â°F). Hotter days are expected in May, when the high average reaches 23â°C, and the most rain will usually fall during the first weeks of March by most we mean about 12mm as an average. Sunshine engulfs the entire island and the sea temperature goes up to a very pleasant 18-19â°C, perfect for swimming and sailing, the latter ideal due to wind speeds of up to 13mph on average.

        Summer

        Occupying four months of the year, from June until September, the Canary summer maintains an average temperature of 23â°C (73â°F), with its hottest days in August, when the average high expected to exceed 28â°C. There’s virtually no rain expected throughout most of the season, with June, July and August often measuring 0mm of rainfall altogether. The days experience up to 11 hours of glorious sunshine, and the Atlantic Ocean is warm and welcoming at an average temperature of 22â°C (72â°F), with southern tropical influences and quite strong undercurrents. This is, by far, the best time for visit Playa de la Arena, as all of the surrounding micro-climates are at a balanced accord of sub-tropical weather.

        Autumn

        Well, autumn in Tenerife isn’t exactly the kind of autumn most of us may be used to. The average temperature is only one degree lower than summer at 22â°C (72â°F), with the hotter days ranging between 25-27â°C and only a smidge of precipitation in November, at a 15mm average. The water temperature makes October still part of what could be extended summer, holding on to 22â°C (72â°F), and losing about 2-3 degrees into November, as the slightly wetter and cooler winter comes along. Ultimately, let’s just face it, you can still abuse the sun and beach even outside the summer season.

        Winter

        From December to February, winter in this part of Tenerife usually reaches a 17â°C (63â°F) average temperature, with the lower end unable to go below 14â°C in January and February, both considered to be the coldest months of the year. December is the wettest month of the year, experiencing an average rainfall level of 27mm. Yes, that’s pretty much the most rain you’re going to get if you spend Christmas in Playa de la Arena, for example. Humidity doesn’t exceed 75% on average, and the ocean temperature maintains an average of 18-19â°C, dominated by cooler and stronger undercurrents, making this resort perfect for a winter getaway.

        Resort Information

        With neighbours like Morocco and Western Sahara in the east and south-east, the sister island of La Gomera in the west, Portugal and Spain in the distant north-west and Senegal in the bottom south-west, the island of Tenerife has long been a favourite escape destination for millions of tourists from all corners of the world, and is a particular darling of the Europeans. Reaching Playa de la Arena requires quite a long transfer from the Reina Sofia International Airport on the south side of the island, and you can either take a taxi from outside the arrivals hall, or pre-book one before your flight. We recommend the latter while it costs a little more, you can arrange for certain conditions during the long drive and save money by choosing a particular time of the day for the booking.

        The name Playa de la Arena actually means “Beach of Sand”, and it’s known to have one of the very few natural beaches on this side of the island. The natural beaches are covered in volcanic black sand, making them look very particular and quirky. For those not used to black beaches, worry not, there are plenty of man-made strips made with white and golden sands collected off-shore. But do take note that the natural beaches have repeatedly been awarded with the much coveted international Blue Flag, for their excellent conditions, cleanliness, water quality and local amenity, since 1989. The beach resort of Playa de la Arena and its neighbours are all extremely well developed in terms of water safety as well, and you’ll find a wide variety of green, yellow and even some red flags along the shore. The latter can be found in distinct parts of the shoreline, where the undercurrents can be deceivingly strong, so we highly recommend that you stick to the green flags for safe swimming. The promenades are flanked by restaurants, terraces and charming bars and boutique shops, and the multitude of tours available here will keep you busy at any time of the year most of them scuba diving and snorkelling packages, guided walks and boat trips, as well as guided visit to the surrounding natural resorts and marine parks.

        While it isn’t as action-packed and loaded with trendy nightclubs and bars like its sister resorts, Playa de la Arena is a more relaxed and tranquil destination often chosen by couples of all ages and young families in search of a peaceful and serene holiday, or a romantic getaway during a weekend. It offers a natural and fascinating beauty, not found in the bigger and more popular resorts. There are so many activities and amazing places to see within walking distance or short drives of the resort, and the smooth black sands are certainly part of what makes Playa de la Arena so attractive and unique.

        Given the huge biodiversity and presence of distinct micro-climates, this splendid corner of the world is also home to a fascinating array of endemic flora and fauna. The Canary Islands, in fact, have the fourth largest biodiversity in the world, and Tenerife alone holds about 500 of the 1,700 plant species of the island chain, thousands of invertebrates and about 100 vertebrates. Rare species of bats, a myriad of birds, lizards, insects and marine creatures populate Tenerife and its surrounding waters, thus making your sightseeing experiences truly unique, so please do not, under any circumstances, forget your cameras!

        Weather Playa de la Arena, Canary Islands, Spain week

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        28 °C 1 pm
        26 °C 7 pm

        sunrise 7:53 am
        sunset 8:10 pm

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        During the day since morning partly cloudy, in the afternoon clear. The highest temperature 29 °C. At night partly cloudy. The lowest temperature 22 °C.

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        1017 hPa 83 % 19 °C 12 % 0% 12% 0% 0%
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        partly cloudy 23.2  °C 0.0 mm   4 fps 2 mph
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        1017 hPa 81 % 19 °C 12 % 0% 12% 0% 0%
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        cloudy 22.4  °C 0.0 mm   3 fps 2 mph
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        1015 hPa 82 % 19 °C 46 % 0% 46% 0% 0%
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        clear 28.6  °C 0.0 mm   10 fps 7 mph
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        1015 hPa 52 % 17 °C 4 % 0% 4% 0% 0%
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        clear 26. 5  °C 0.0 mm   15 fps 10 mph
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        1012 hPa 67 % 20 °C 10 % 0% 9% 0% 1%

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        partly cloudy 24.2  °C 0.0 mm   10 fps 6 mph
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        1013 hPa 82 % 20 °C 29 % 0% 28% 1% 0%
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        1013 hPa 79 % 21 °C 78 % 0% 67% 32% 0%
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        Playa de la Arena, Canary Islands, Spain – informations

        State: Canary Islands, Spain

        GPS coordinates: 28.2297; -16.8415

        Time zone: Atlantic / Canary
        time difference in hours with time in NY is -1 hours

        Altitude: 2 m

        The administrative part:

        • Canary Islands, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
        • Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Santa Cruz De Tenerife

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        Playa de la Arena – weather nearby – bigger cities

        • Tanque, 9.5 mi
        • Los Silos, 9.5 mi
        • Playa de las Américas, 13 mi
        • San Juan de la Rambla, 16 mi
        • San Miguel, Canary Islands, 16 mi
        • Los Realejos, 18 mi
        • Realejo Alto, 19 mi
        • San Sebastián de la Gomera, 19 mi
        • San Isidro, Canary Islands, 20 mi
        • La Orotava, 22 mi
        • Güimar, 25 mi
        • La Victoria de Acentejo, 27 mi

        Playa de la Arena – weather nearby – the closest place

        • El Varadero, 0.3 mi
        • Puerto de Santiago, 0.5 mi
        • Los Gigantes, 1.0 mi
        • Alcalá, 2.1 mi
        • Punta Tamaímo, 2.6 mi
        • Chío, 2.7 mi
        • El Malpaís, 2.9 mi
        • Tamaimo, 2.9 mi
        • Chiguergue, 3.5 mi
        • Las Manchas, Canary Islands, 3.6 mi
        • Lomo de Masca, 3.7 mi
        • Los Picachos, 3.7 mi

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         Sept. 17, 2022 

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        7:53 am


        8:10 pm

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        09/25/2022 10/09/2022

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        Playa de la Arena Weather / Spain / 7-day forecast & current Conditions // World Beach Guide

        Playa de la Arena Weather Info

        Current weather (Wed Sep 14th 11:00)

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        24. 1°C / 75°F

        Sea temperature

        22.6°C
        72.6°F

        Wind N
        6 mph / 10 km/h
        Rain 0mm
        Sunrise 07:41
        Sunset 19:58
        Current Playa de la Arena weather

        Hourly forecast

        11:00

        Fair

        24.1°C / 75°F

        6 mph
        10 km/h

        17:00

        Clear sky

        25.6°C / 78°F

        12 mph
        19 km/h

        23:00

        Fair

        23.1°C / 74°F

        11 mph
        18 km/h

        05:00

        Partly cloudy

        21.6°C / 71°F

        12 mph
        19 km/h

        Week weather forecast

        Wed 14th

        25°C / 77°F

        6 mph
        10 km/h

        Thu 15th

        24.2°C / 76°F

        13 mph
        22 km/h

        Fri 16th

        24.5°C / 76°F

        18 mph
        28 km/h

        Weather forecast from Yr, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NRK

        5 Day Playa de la Arena UV Index

        A UV Index reading of 3 or more means some precautions should be taken. For more information visit our guide to the UV Index.

        Temperature Averages

        Average Water Temp

        • Wed 14/09 »

          Surf report for Wed 14/09
            Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
            Swell Wind
          7:00 3ft 12s 6mph
          10:00 3ft 12s 6mph
          13:00 3ft 12s 8mph
          16:00 3ft 11s 11mph
          19:00 3ft 11s 13mph
          Tide times
          High 4:58am (2. 21m)
          Low 10:57am (0.65m)
          High 5:17pm (2.16m)
          Low 11:18pm (0.74m)
          Daylight
          First light 07:14
          Sunrise 07:38
          Sunset 20:00
          Dark 20:24
        • Thu 15/09 »

          Surf report for Thu 15/09
            Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
            Swell Wind
          4:00 3ft 10s 14mph
          7:00 3ft 10s 14mph
          10:00 3ft 10s 13mph
          13:00 3ft 10s 12mph
          16:00 4ft 10s 17mph
          19:00 4ft 9s 18mph
          Tide times
          High 5:38am (2. 07m)
          Low 11:38am (0.82m)
          High 6:00pm (1.95m)
          Low 11:56pm (0.92m)
          Daylight
          First light 07:15
          Sunrise 07:38
          Sunset 19:59
          Dark 20:23
        • Fri 16/09 »

          Surf report for Fri 16/09
            Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
            Swell Wind
          4:00 5ft 8s 20mph
          7:00 5ft 7s 20mph
          10:00 5ft 7s 19mph
          13:00 5ft 7s 18mph
          16:00 5ft 7s 19mph
          19:00 5ft 7s 20mph
          Tide times
          High 6:25am (1. 92m)
          Low 12:32pm (0.99m)
          High 7:00pm (1.77m)
          Daylight
          First light 07:15
          Sunrise 07:39
          Sunset 19:58
          Dark 20:22
        • Sat 17/09 »

          Surf report for Sat 17/09
            Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
            Swell Wind
          4:00 5ft 7s 21mph
          7:00 5ft 8s 20mph
          10:00 5ft 8s 18mph
          13:00 5ft 8s 17mph
          16:00 5ft 8s 17mph
          19:00 5ft 8s 16mph
          Tide times
          Low 12:51am (1. 09m)
          High 7:34am (1.80m)
          Low 2:03pm (1.11m)
          High 8:31pm (1.66m)
          Daylight
          First light 07:16
          Sunrise 07:39
          Sunset 19:57
          Dark 20:20
        • Sun 18/09 »

          Surf report for Sun 18/09
            Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
            Swell Wind
          4:00 4ft 9s 12mph
          7:00 4ft 9s 10mph
          10:00 3ft 9s 8mph
          13:00 3ft 9s 7mph
          16:00 3ft 9s 8mph
          19:00 3ft 8s 10mph
          Tide times
          Low 2:35am (1. 19m)
          High 9:09am (1.77m)
          Low 4:08pm (1.08m)
          High 10:15pm (1.68m)
          Daylight
          First light 07:16
          Sunrise 07:40
          Sunset 19:56
          Dark 20:19
        • Mon 19/09 »

          Surf report for Mon 19/09
            Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
            Swell Wind
          4:00 2ft 9s 3mph
          7:00 2ft 9s 3mph
          10:00 2ft 9s 5mph
          13:00 2ft 9s 6mph
          16:00 2ft 10s 6mph
          19:00 2ft 9s 6mph
          Tide times
          Low 4:27am (1. 14m)
          High 10:35am (1.86m)
          Low 5:19pm (0.95m)
          High 11:24pm (1.81m)
          Daylight
          First light 07:17
          Sunrise 07:41
          Sunset 19:54
          Dark 20:18
        • Tue 20/09 »

          Surf report for Tue 20/09
            Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
            Swell Wind
          4:00 2ft 9s 6mph
          7:00 2ft 9s 6mph
          10:00 2ft 9s 4mph
          13:00 2ft 9s 4mph
          16:00 2ft 9s 7mph
          19:00 2ft 8s 9mph
          Tide times
          Low 5:28am (1. 00m)
          High 11:33am (2.01m)
          Low 6:03pm (0.80m)
          Daylight
          First light 07:17
          Sunrise 07:41
          Sunset 19:53
          Dark 20:17

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        Playa de la Arena, Spain weather in November: average temperature & climate

        General weather summary

        Mildly cool with a gentle breeze

        Feels like

        5%

        Daily chance of prec.

        0.026 in

        Amount

        13.3 mph

        Wind speed

        71%

        Humidity

        10.8 hrs

        Daylight length

        7:28am

        Sunrise

        6:15pm

        Sunset

        57%

        Cloud cover

        T-shirt

        What to wear

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        What is the average temperature in November

        The average temperature in Playa de la Arena in November for a typical day ranges from a high of 72°F (22°C) and a low of 68°F (20°C). Some would describe it as mildly cool with a gentle breeze.

        For comparison, the hottest month in Playa de la Arena, September, has days with highs of 77°F (25°C) and lows of 72°F (22°C). The coldest month, February has days with highs of 66°F (19°C) and lows of 62°F (17°C). This graph shows how an average day looks like in Playa de la Arena in November based on historical data.

        Highs and lows in Playa de la Arena in Nov

        How much does it rain in November

        In Playa de la Arena in November, there’s a 5% chance of rain on an average day. And on the average day it rains or snows, we get 0.01 in (0.1 mm) of precipitation. In more common terms of how much that is, some would describe it as not rainy at all.

        The wettest month in Playa de la Arena is February with a 5% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0. 03 inches (0.7 mm) of precipitation, while the dryest month in Playa de la Arena is July with a 0.0% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0.03 inches (0.7 mm) of precipitation. These graphs show the probability of it raining/snowing in November and the amount of rainfall.

        Chance of rain or snow on an average Playa de la Arena day by month

        Average precipitation by hour of day

        How cloudy is Playa de la Arena in November

        The average amount of time that the sky is clear or sunny (partly cloudy or less) in Playa de la Arena during November is 13.6 hours (57% of the day). For comparison, the day with the most clear, sunny days in Playa de la Arena is July with 21.5 hours while November has the shortest amount of cloud-free hours of only 13.6 hours. This graph shows the average amount of sunshine in Playa de la Arena in November based on historical data.

        Monthly clear skies percent of time in Playa de la Arena

        When is the sunrise and sunset in November

        The average day in Playa de la Arena during November has 10. 8 hours of daylight, with sunrise at 7:28 am and sunset at 6:15 pm.

        The day with the longest amount of daylight in Playa de la Arena is June 22nd with 13.9 hours while December 17th has the shortest amount of daylight of only 10.3 hours.

        This graph shows the average amount of daylight in Playa de la Arena in November based on historical data.

        Average hours of daylight in Playa de la Arena by month

        How humid is it in November

        In November, Playa de la Arena is moderately humid with an average amount of 71% (relative humidity), which could be described as humid but cool. July has the highest relative humidity at 78% and is the least humid in January at 67%. This graph shows the average amount of humidity in Playa de la Arena throughout November based on historical data.

        Average relative humidity in Playa de la Arena by month

        How windy is it in November in Playa de la Arena

        Historically, the wind in Playa de la Arena during November blows at an average speed of 13. 3 mph (21.4 kph). The windiest month is July with an average wind speed of 18.0 mph (28.9 kph), while the calmest month is October with an average wind speed of 11.1 mph (17.9 kph). This graph shows the average wind speed in Playa de la Arena in November based on historical data.

        Average monthly wind speed in Playa de la Arena

        What to wear in November

        With an average high of 72°F (22°C) and a low of 68°F (20°C), it generally feels mildly cool with a gentle breeze. With that in mind, most people would dress in something light like your favorite t-shirt.

        What’s the weather like in Playa de la Arena the rest of the year?

        We’ve collected the weather data for Playa de la Arena during all other months of the year too:

        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in January
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in February
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in March
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in April
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in May
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in June
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in July
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in August
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in September
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in October
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in December

        Where does this data come from?

        Weather data for Playa de la Arena was collected from the MERRA-2 project from NASA, which used a climate model combined with historical data from weather stations around the world to estimate what the conditions were like for every point on the Earth.

        For all data based on historical data, we’ve averaged the data from the past 11 years (2010-2020). For example, for the hourly temperature at 10am, we’ve looked at the temperature at 10am on every day in November (e.g., November 1, November 2, etc. in 2010, 2011, etc.) and took the arithmetic mean. We did not smooth the data, so for example, our daily temperature line will have some randomness due to the fact that weather is random in the first place.

        Playa de la Arena, Spain weather in August: average temperature & climate

        General weather summary

        Pleasantly warm and breezy

        Feels like

        0%

        Daily chance of prec.

        0.006 in

        Amount

        17.1 mph

        Wind speed

        78%

        Humidity

        13.2 hrs

        Daylight length

        7:36am

        Sunrise

        8:45pm

        Sunset

        88%

        Cloud cover

        T-shirt

        What to wear

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        What is the average temperature in August

        The average temperature in Playa de la Arena in August for a typical day ranges from a high of 77°F (25°C) and a low of 72°F (22°C). Some would describe it as pleasantly warm and breezy.

        For comparison, the hottest month in Playa de la Arena, September, has days with highs of 77°F (25°C) and lows of 72°F (22°C). The coldest month, February has days with highs of 66°F (19°C) and lows of 62°F (17°C). This graph shows how an average day looks like in Playa de la Arena in August based on historical data.

        Highs and lows in Playa de la Arena in Aug

        How much does it rain in August

        In Playa de la Arena in August, there’s a 0% chance of rain on an average day. And on the average day it rains or snows, we get 0.01 in (0.3 mm) of precipitation. In more common terms of how much that is, some would describe it as not rainy at all.

        The wettest month in Playa de la Arena is February with a 5% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0. 00 inches (0.1 mm) of precipitation, while the dryest month in Playa de la Arena is July with a 0.0% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0.00 inches (0.1 mm) of precipitation. These graphs show the probability of it raining/snowing in August and the amount of rainfall.

        Chance of rain or snow on an average Playa de la Arena day by month

        Average precipitation by hour of day

        How cloudy is Playa de la Arena in August

        The average amount of time that the sky is clear or sunny (partly cloudy or less) in Playa de la Arena during August is 21.1 hours (88% of the day). For comparison, the day with the most clear, sunny days in Playa de la Arena is July with 21.5 hours while November has the shortest amount of cloud-free hours of only 13.6 hours. This graph shows the average amount of sunshine in Playa de la Arena in August based on historical data.

        Monthly clear skies percent of time in Playa de la Arena

        When is the sunrise and sunset in August

        The average day in Playa de la Arena during August has 13. 2 hours of daylight, with sunrise at 7:36 am and sunset at 8:45 pm.

        The day with the longest amount of daylight in Playa de la Arena is June 22nd with 13.9 hours while December 17th has the shortest amount of daylight of only 10.3 hours.

        This graph shows the average amount of daylight in Playa de la Arena in August based on historical data.

        Average hours of daylight in Playa de la Arena by month

        How humid is it in August

        In August, Playa de la Arena is moderately humid with an average amount of 78% (relative humidity), which could be described as humid but cool. July has the highest relative humidity at 78% and is the least humid in January at 67%. This graph shows the average amount of humidity in Playa de la Arena throughout August based on historical data.

        Average relative humidity in Playa de la Arena by month

        How windy is it in August in Playa de la Arena

        Historically, the wind in Playa de la Arena during August blows at an average speed of 17. 1 mph (27.6 kph). The windiest month is July with an average wind speed of 18.0 mph (28.9 kph), while the calmest month is October with an average wind speed of 11.1 mph (17.9 kph). This graph shows the average wind speed in Playa de la Arena in August based on historical data.

        Average monthly wind speed in Playa de la Arena

        What to wear in August

        With an average high of 77°F (25°C) and a low of 72°F (22°C), it generally feels pleasantly warm and breezy. With that in mind, most people would dress in something light like your favorite t-shirt.

        What’s the weather like in Playa de la Arena the rest of the year?

        We’ve collected the weather data for Playa de la Arena during all other months of the year too:

        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in January
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in February
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in March
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in April
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in May
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in June
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in July
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in September
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in October
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in November
        • Weather in Playa de la Arena in December

        Where does this data come from?

        Weather data for Playa de la Arena was collected from the MERRA-2 project from NASA, which used a climate model combined with historical data from weather stations around the world to estimate what the conditions were like for every point on the Earth.

        For all data based on historical data, we’ve averaged the data from the past 11 years (2010-2020). For example, for the hourly temperature at 10am, we’ve looked at the temperature at 10am on every day in August (e.g., August 1, August 2, etc. in 2010, 2011, etc.) and took the arithmetic mean. We did not smooth the data, so for example, our daily temperature line will have some randomness due to the fact that weather is random in the first place.

        Monthly weather in Playa de Arena Gorda / Water and air temperature / Playa de Arena Gorda

        Monthly temperature in Playa de Arena Gorda

        Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
        Day 27 27 27 28 29 30 31 31 31 30 29 28
        Night 23 22 22 23 24 25 25 25 25 25 24 23

        The warmest month in Playa de Arena Gorda is July (+31° during the day and +25° at night),
        the coldest is January (+27° during the day and +23° at night).

        Monthly water temperature in Playa de Arena Gorda

        Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
        Water 27 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 29 28 28

        The highest water temperature in Playa de Arena Gorda is observed in
        August (+29°), September (+29°) and October (+29°).

        Rainfall (mm)

        Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
        mm 43 49 28 49 57 41 59 111 94 83 93 47

        The maximum rainfall in Playa de Arena Gorda is forecast for
        August (111 mm), September (94 mm) and November (93 mm).

        Number of days with rain

        Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
        Days 3 4 2 3 4 3 3 6 5 6 6 4

        The highest number of rainy days in Playa de Arena Gorda is expected in
        August (6), October (6) and November (6).

        Average daily hours of sunshine

        Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
        hours 5 3 5 5 3 6 5 6 4 6 6 6

        Sunny days

        Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
        Days 13 13 16 14 15 17 13 12 14 13 9 12

        The clearest days in Playa de Arena Gorda are on
        June (17),

        the least sunny
        November (9).

        Average day length (hours)

        Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
        hours 11 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 11 11

        Monthly relative humidity

        Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
        % 79 75 77 74 80 81 77 79 80 82 79 78

        Weather on Playa de Arena Gorda by months:

        January February March April May June July August September October November December

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        Min:

        +24 °

      • Friday 16 September

        Sunny

        Max:

        +28 °

        Min:

        +24 °

      • Saturday 17 September

        Sunny

        Max:

        +27 °

        Min:

        +23 °

      • Sunday 18 September

        Rain

        Max:

        +26 °

        Min:

        +23 °

      • Monday 19 September

        Sunny

        Max:

        +26 °

        Min:

        +22 °

      • Tuesday 20 September

        Sunny

        Max:

        +26 °

        Min:

        92

      • Friday 16 September

        Sunny

        Max:

        +82 °

        Min:

        +74 °

      • Saturday 17 September

        Sunny

        Max:

        +81 °

        Min:

        +74 °

      • Sunday 18 September

        Rain

        Max:

        +79 °

        Min:

        +74 °

      • Monday 19 September

        Sunny

        Max:

        +78 °

        Min:

        +72 °

      • Tuesday 20 September

        Sunny

        Max:

        +79 °

        Min:

        +72 °

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        The air temperature will be between +24ºC and +27ºC.

        NNW expected wind speed of 5.00 km/h.

        Humidity is predicted at 69%, atmospheric pressure at 1018 hPa, and clouds will reach 23%.

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        Minimum temperature September 15: +24ºC and maximum: +27ºC.

        NNE wind at 4.72 km/h will prevail. The humidity level will be 69%.

        Atmospheric pressure will reach 1020 hPa, and cloudiness – 15%.

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        The minimum temperature on Saturday will be +23ºC and the maximum: +27ºC.

        Expected NNW wind speed of 5.83 km/h and humidity level of 69%.

        Atmospheric pressure will be 1016 hPa and cloudiness will be 0%.

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        Weather forecast for 3 days Rosa de la Arena, Spain

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        September 14, today: 41Zatat: 20: 03: 12h 22min01: 42
        Atmospheric phenomena are felt UV-index precipitation, mm Dav. , mm moisture, % Wind, m/s
        Night 0 762 72 7.8 C

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        on our website, you will always be able to find a total forecast for 10 days, as well as a detailed hourly weather forecast. The accuracy of the weather forecast for 3 days is 80-90%. Data provided by NOAA, ECMWF, OpenWeatherMap. Any use of data from this site constitutes your full acceptance of the terms of the user agreement.

        Weather in Playa Bavaro ☁ most accurate forecast for 2022 at “365 Celsius”

        Now

        06:57

        Wednesday

        September 14, 2022

        +26°

        Partly cloudy

        Feels: +30°C

        Pressure 761 mmHg

        Humidity 85%

        Wind
        4 m/s

        AT

        Chance of precipitation 0%

        Water temperature +30°

        Dawn: 06:21

        Sunset: 18:37

        Waning moon 68%

        Day

        +29 °

        Variable cloudy

        is felt: +33 ° C

        evening

        +28 ° 9052

        According to the most accurate forecast from the hydrometeorological center, the weather for 7 days in Playa Bavaro is characterized by an average air temperature of +29. 4°C during the day and +26.3°C at night, which is 1.2°C colder than usual at this time of the year.
        Climatic phenomena promise us
        2
        days
        partly cloudy, 5
        days of rain. Atmospheric pressure ranges from 758 to 762 mm Hg. The water temperature is 29..31°C. Relative humidity varies from 64 to 91%. For the next 7 days, the weather in Playa Bavaro is forecasted with a hysmeteo with winds from east 1 m/s to strong northeast 8 m/s.

        Weather forecast for Playa Bavaro

        for 14 days / for a month

        ThuTomorrow

        Sep 15

        Clear

        +30° afternoon

        +30° water

        Fri

        Sep 16

        Drizzle

        +29°

        +30°

        Sat

        Sep 17

        Drizzle

        +28°

        +30°

        Sun

        Sep 18

        Drizzle

        +30°

        +31°

        Mon

        Sep 19

        Drizzle

        +29°

        +31°

        Tue

        Sep 20

        Rain in places

        +30°

        +31°

        Wed

        Sep 21

        Moderate or heavy rainfall

        +30°

        +31°

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        Detailed weather information

        Atmospheric phenomena
        temperature °C
        feels like °C Probability
        precipitation %
        Pressure
        mmHg
        Wind speed
        m/s
        Air humidity Water temperature
        °C
        Thursday,
        15 September

        Morning

        +27°

        +30°

        73% 761

        6

        74% +30°

        Rain in places

        Day

        +30°

        +34°

        0% 761

        6

        65% +30°

        Partly cloudy

        Evening

        +28°

        +31°

        0% 761

        6

        75% +30°

        Cloudy

        Night

        +27°

        +30°

        85% 761

        6

        83% +30°

        Drizzle

        Atmospheric phenomena
        temperature °C
        feels like °C Probability
        precipitation %
        Pressure
        mmHg
        Wind speed
        m/s
        Air humidity Water temperature
        °C
        Friday,
        September 16,

        Morning

        +28°

        +32°

        70% 760

        eight

        84% +30°

        Drizzle

        Day

        +29°

        +34°

        62% 761

        7

        80% +30°

        Rain in places

        Evening

        +28°

        +32°

        54% 759

        eight

        84% +30°

        Drizzle

        Night

        +28°

        +32°

        75% 761

        7

        84% +30°

        Drizzle

        Atmospheric events
        temperature °C
        feels like °C Probability
        precipitation %
        Pressure
        mmHg
        Wind speed
        m/s
        Air humidity Water temperature
        °C
        Saturday,
        September 17

        Morning

        +27°

        +31°

        84% 759

        5

        86% +30°

        Rain in places

        Day

        +28°

        +31°

        60% 760

        four

        81% +30°

        Drizzle

        Evening

        +27°

        +30°

        86% 760

        2

        80% +30°

        Drizzle

        Night

        +28°

        +32°

        54% 759

        eight

        84% +30°

        Drizzle

        Atmospheric phenomena
        temperature °C
        Feels
        as °C
        Probability
        precipitation %
        Pressure
        mmHg
        Wind speed
        m/s
        Air humidity Water temperature
        °C
        Sunday,
        18 September

        Morning

        +28°

        +31°

        79% 759

        7

        80% +30°

        Drizzle

        Day

        +29°

        +34°

        54% 759

        7

        74% +30°

        Drizzle

        Evening

        +28°

        +31°

        50% 759

        5

        79% +30°

        Moderate or heavy rainfall

        Night

        +27°

        +30°

        77% 760

        3

        81% +31°

        Drizzle

        Atmospheric phenomena
        temperature °C
        feels like °C Probability
        precipitation %
        Pressure
        mmHg
        Wind speed
        m/s
        Air humidity Water temperature
        °C
        Monday,
        September 19,

        Morning

        +27°

        +31°

        71% 759

        5

        81% +30°

        Drizzle

        Day

        +29°

        +33°

        78% 759

        6

        73% +29°

        Rain in places

        Evening

        +27°

        +30°

        73% 759

        four

        81% +31°

        Moderate or heavy rainfall

        Night

        +27°

        +30°

        73% 759

        5

        81% +31°

        Drizzle

        Atmospheric phenomena
        temperature °C
        feels like °C Probability
        precipitation %
        Pressure
        mmHg
        Wind speed
        m/s
        Air humidity Water temperature
        °C
        Tuesday,
        September 20,

        Morning

        +26°

        +29°

        70% 759

        3

        86% +30°

        Moderate or heavy rainfall

        Day

        +29°

        +33°

        78% 759

        four

        70% +31°

        Drizzle

        Evening

        +27°

        +30°

        77% 759

        four

        79% +31°

        Drizzle

        Night

        +26°

        +29°

        75% 759

        one

        85% +31°

        Rain in places

        Atmospheric phenomena
        temperature °C
        feels like °C Probability
        precipitation %
        Pressure
        mmHg
        Wind speed
        m/s
        Air humidity Water temperature
        °C
        Wednesday,
        21 September

        Morning

        +27°

        +30°

        67% 759

        3

        81% +31°

        Drizzle

        Day

        +29°

        +34°

        70% 759

        5

        71% +29°

        Drizzle

        Evening

        +27°

        +30°

        47% 759

        3

        79% +29°

        Partly cloudy

        Night

        +27°

        +30°

        0% 759

        3

        80% +31°

        Cloudy

        Detailed weather analysis

        The maximum ambient temperature at the hydrometeorological center is +30°C on Wednesday 14 September. For the next 7 days, the weather in Playa Bavaro, when viewed in detail and by the hour, predicts minimum values ​​of +25°C on Tuesday 20 September. Visibility in the environment varies from 3 to 10 km, while the worst visibility will be on September 17 – 3 km. During the specified period, 217.6 mm of precipitation will fall in the region, the most precipitation is 59mm on Tuesday 20 September, and the smallest amount of 0.9mm on Wednesday 14 September. Cloudiness covers the sky by an average of 66%, the least is 48% of clouds in the sky on September 14, and the most is 78% cloudiness on September 20. The nature of the weather in Playa Bavaro according to the hysmeteo will change for 7 days as follows: at the beginning of the period partly cloudy, and at the end – moderate or heavy rain.

        Sunrise 06:21:34

        Sunset 18:34:00

        Cloudy 66%

        Visibility 9 km

        Total precipitation 217. 6 mm

        Temperature in Playa Bavaro in September

        Average temperature during the day: +30.6°C
        Average temperature at night: +27.0°C
        Sea water temperature: +28.8°C
        Number of sunny days: 17 days
        Rainy days:
        Rainfall:
        6 days
        64.6 mm

        Monthly weather comparison

        Who said winter is not the season to travel? Don’t believe! Of course, depending on where you go. Paris or Prague at this time of the year is not for everyone: rain, cold, bare landscapes. But a trip to Spain, for example, Tenerife, in January will give new impressions and a reason to show off photos from the summer to your friends. At the beginning of the year it is warm, sunny and relatively low prices.

        In January you can see a rainbow on Tanerife. Photo: flickr.com/tmb2610

        Where to swim in Tenerife on January

        For swimming in January, Tenerife’s western resorts are best suited: Playa de la Arena, Alcala and Los Gigantes. The dark sand heats up quickly in the sun, and the mountains protect the west coast from strong winds and rain. The water temperature in the ocean is about 20 ° C, and on the main beaches, especially in the bays, it warms up even warmer.

        To protect yourself from the vagaries of nature, choose hotels with heated pools, see my selection. You can swim in any weather.

        July

        Even in the midst of summer, in July, the resorts of the Canary Islands continue to defend the archipelago’s glory as spring. Even on Fuerteventura, an island famous for its sand dunes, formed thanks to the palpable breath of the Sahara desert, the African heat is nowhere near. Underwater ocean currents cool the Canarian air to a comfortable temperature. That is, there are not even the slightest climatic obstacles for an unforgettable vacation.

        The average daily temperature is +29°C, night +27°C, water warms up to +23°C.

        Weather in the mountains and on Mount Teide in January

        In January, there is snow on the top of Mount Teide. Sometimes snow falls in the Teide National Park itself, at the height of the lower cable car station.

        When you arrive in Tenerife, you will most likely want to climb the Teide. Please note that the average temperature on the Teide in January is below zero, and sometimes drops to minus 5-10 °C. Don’t forget warm clothes and shoes.

        Tip: The cable car is often closed in winter due to weather conditions. If you want to use it, check the current information on the mode of operation on the site.

        Weather on the south coast of Tenerife in January

        The weather in the resort towns of the south coast in January is almost the same, so for example, I give information on the weather in Costa Adeje. This is a good option for families and holidays with children in January in Tenerife.

        The air temperature on the south coast of Tenerife in January

        The air temperature in the southern part of Tenerife, in the Costa Adeje area, in the shade during the day is about 21 °C, in the sun it is much warmer. At night the temperature drops to 15°C.

        Water temperature on the south coast of Tenerife in January

        The water temperature in January on the Costa Adeje decreases from 20.5°C at the beginning of January to about 19.4°C at the end.

        The number of sunny days on the south coast of Tenerife in January

        The average number of sunny days for the last 5 years on the south coast of Tenerife in Costa Adeje is 28 days. The length of daylight hours is 10.4-10.9 hours.

        Number of rainy days on the south coast of Tenerife in January

        There have been almost no rainy days in January in Costa Adeje for the last 5 years. Sometimes it is cloudy, but not more than 3 days a month. The amount of precipitation is not more than 5.2 mm per month.

        The average wind speed on the south coast of Tenerife in January in Costa Adeje

        The average wind speed over the past 5 years on the south coast of Tenerife in Costa Adeje is 4.8 m/s, which is approximately the same as the average annual level.

        May

        If the May holidays had no history, tourists might assume that they were created solely for the opportunity to go to the Canary Islands. Holidays in the archipelago in May are a great opportunity to soak up the beaches, enjoy the excellent infrastructure and take a deep breath of healing air before the exhausting and often difficult summer in Russia.

        The average daily temperature is +26°C, at night +22°C, the water warms up to +21°C.

        Weather on the west coast of Tenerife in January

        Air temperature on the west coast of Tenerife in January in Playa de la Arena is about 20 ° C, the sun is noticeably warmer. But at night the temperature drops to 10-15°C.

        Water temperature on the west coast of Tenerife in January in Playa de la Arena

        Water temperature in January on the west coast of Tenerife, near the resorts of Playa de la Arena, Los Gigantes and Puerto de Santiago drops from 20.5 ° C in early January to about 19.4°C at the end.

        The number of sunny days on the west coast of Tenerife in January

        The average number of sunny days for the last 5 years on the west coast of Tenerife in Puerto de Santiago is 27 days. The length of daylight hours is 10.4-10.8 hours.

        Number of rainy days on the west coast of Tenerife in January

        Over the past 5 years, there have been almost no rainy days on the west coast of Tenerife in the area of ​​Puerto de Santiago in January. Sometimes it is cloudy, but not more than 3 days a month. The amount of precipitation is no more than 6 mm per month, which is slightly less than on the southern coast.

        Average wind speed on the west coast of Tenerife in January

        The average wind speed over the past 5 years on the west coast of Tenerife in the area of ​​Puerto de Santiago is 4.7 m/s, which is approximately the same as the average annual level.

        June

        June is considered the last month for a calm, measured and secluded holiday in the Canary Islands. The fact is that in a month there will be a lot of people at these fabulous resorts. Tourists from all over the world will leave their worries at home and rush to the white sand and warm ocean waters. Nevertheless, already in June in the Canary Islands, the ideal weather sets in for a flawless bronze tan.

        This is interesting: Note that it is not necessary to use sunscreen and other means for burns here, since the Canary sun works “in a gentle mode” all year round.

        The average daily temperature is +28°C, at night +25°C, the water warms up to +23°C.

        Weather on the east coast of Tenerife in January

        Air temperature on the east coast of Tenerife in January

        Air temperature on the east coast of Tenerife, in the El Medano resort area, in the daytime in the shade is about 20 °C. At night the temperature drops to 15°C.

        Water temperature on the west coast of Tenerife in January in El Médano

        The water temperature in January on the west coast of Tenerife, in the resort area of ​​El Medano, drops from 20.6°C in early January to about 19.2°C towards the end of the month.

        The number of sunny days on the east coast of Tenerife in January

        The average number of sunny days for the last 5 years on the east coast of Tenerife in El Medano is 26 days. The length of daylight hours is 10.4-10.9 hours.

        Number of rainy days on the east coast of Tenerife in January

        In the last 5 years on the east coast of Tenerife in El Medano in January there were almost no rainy days. Sometimes it is cloudy and overcast, but not more than 5 days a month. The amount of precipitation is not more than 7.4 mm per month.

        Average wind speed on the east coast of Tenerife in January

        The average wind speed over the past 5 years on the east coast of Tenerife in El Medano is 5.5 m/s, which generally corresponds to average annual levels.

        February

        Are you behind two long and cold winter months? It’s time to take care of your own health and cheer yourself up. And to do it not just anywhere, but in one of the heavenly corners of our planet – on some of the Canary Islands. Flying from the Russian winter to the summer conditions of the February Canaries, you do not have to be afraid of a sharp change in temperature – the probability of a painful and unpleasant acclimatization process tends to zero. On the contrary, the fresh, clean and warm air of the islands of the archipelago in a matter of days will fill your tired body with new strength, energy and make you feel much better.

        The average daily temperature is +23°C, at night +19°C, the water warms up to +20°C.

        Weather in the north of Tenerife in Puerto de la Cruz in January

        The main resort of the north of Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz, does not please with warm weather in January.

        The air temperature in the north of Tenerife in Puerto de la Cruz in January

        The air temperature in the north of Tenerife, near the resort of Puerto de la Cruz, during the day in the shade is slightly less than 20 °C. At night the temperature drops to 10-15°C.

        Water temperatures in the north of Tenerife in Puerto de la Cruz in January

        The water temperature in January in the north of Tenerife, near the resort of Puerto de la Cruz, gradually decreases from 20.6 ° C in early January to about 19.2 ° C in the end of the month.

        The number of sunny days on the north coast of Tenerife in Puerto de la Cruz in January

        The average number of sunny days for the last 5 years on the north coast of Tenerife in Puerto de la Cruz is 20 days. The length of daylight hours is 10.4-10.8 hours.

        Number of rainy days on the north coast of Tenerife in Puerto de la Cruz in January

        Over the past 5 years, Puerto de la Cruz had an average of one rainy day in January. At the same time, there are up to 10 cloudy days per month, and 1-2 completely cloudy ones. The amount of precipitation is about 17-18 mm per month, which is 2-3 times more than in the southern resorts.

        Average wind speed on the north coast of Tenerife in Puerto de la Cruz in January

        The average wind speed for the last 5 years on the north coast of Tenerife in Puerto de la Cruz is 5 m/s, which corresponds to the average value during the year.

        Excursion routes

        The impressions of the trip will be incomplete without excursions. And tourists are increasingly booking excursions via the Internet. This is more convenient for several reasons. You can:

        • slowly read the description and reviews and choose what you like;
        • do not fuss and do not spend precious time on the island searching and buying excursions;
        • buy in advance from home and pay by card;
        • there is more choice online than in any agency, and prices are 15-20% lower, because no agency fee.

        The most popular excursions in Tenerife this year:

        • Teide Volcano – 6 hours, € 132 for 1-3 people or € 42 per person if you are more than
        • Pirate trails to Masca village – 7 hours, € 144 for 1-2 people or € 54 per person if there are more of you;
        • All of Tenerife in 1 day – 8 hours, €180 for 1-3 people or €60 per person if there are more of you;
        • Loro Parque – the kingdom of animals – 6 hours, € 120 for 1-2 people or € 60 per person if there are more of you;
        • La Gomera island – 9 hours, 106 €.

        See all excursions →

        Who has ever been to Tenerife will always remember the picturesque landscapes, completely unusual for the eye of a resident of Russia. This is especially true of the northern part of the island, which is buried in the greenery of tropical plants and exotic flowers.

        The pearl of this magnificence is the Parrot Park (Loro Park) complex. It received this name for the richest collection of these birds, of which there are at least 500 species. You can wander around the complex all day, to get acquainted with the inhabitants of the huge aquarium and zoo, watch the show of marine animals, admire the orchids in the botanical garden. Many plants of the tropics bloom in January, so the tour will be interesting. There are several cafes in the park where you can refresh yourself with dishes of Italian and Spanish cuisines, fast food. Each of them also prepares dishes for children. The price of tickets to the park is 22 euros for a child and 33 for an adult.

        See how great it is in the Loro Park Aquarium:

        Tourists leave a lot of reviews about places such as Siam Water Park, Teide National Park with an active volcano, Miniature Park, where miniature models of the sights of the Canary Islands are presented.

        Watch a video tour of the miniature park:

        Don’t miss the tour of Monkey Park. Here you can stroke and feed the monkeys from your hands. Tickets here are inexpensive: 5 euros for children and 10 for adults.

        The most famous place on the island is the Mask Gorge. It is said that this place was a hideout for pirates, here and now, with a certain amount of luck, you can find hidden treasures.

        Take a walk along the Maska Gorge:

        Guimar Pyramids are no less famous. You should definitely take a picture near them – they say that such a photo will bring good luck.

        See the panorama of the Guimar pyramids:

        Vladimir and Irina Sibiryakov, St. Petersburg:

        “We are impressed by Monkey Park! Lemurs and green monkeys are so cute, they themselves climbed into our arms. We bought them food that is offered at the entrance to the park, but they refused it. But dates and bananas were snatched right out of their hands.”

        What else to see in Tenerife? — talk about the sights of the island →

        Weather in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in January

        Air temperature in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in January

        The capital of the island, the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, has its own special microclimate.

        The air temperature in January during the day in the shade here is about 19 °C, in the sun it is somewhat warmer. Temperatures can drop to 15°C at night.

        Water temperature in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on Las Teresitas beach in January

        The water temperature in January at Las Teresitas beach, near Santa Cruz, gradually decreases from 20.4 ° C in early January to about 19 ,2°C at the end of January. Due to the cool wind, swimming in January is not very comfortable here.

        Number of sunny days in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in January

        The average number of sunny days in Santa Cruz de Tenerife over the past 5 years is 17 days. The length of daylight hours is 10.4-10.8 hours.

        Number of rainy days in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in January

        There have been almost no rainy days in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in January for the last 5 years. However, a significant number of cloudy and overcast days, there can be up to 15 per month. The amount of precipitation is up to 16 mm per month, which is more than 2 times higher than the level in the southern resorts.

        Average wind speed in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in January

        The average wind speed for the last 5 years in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is 5.4 m/s, which is slightly higher than the average annual value.

        Food

        Eating establishments are mostly European, but you can find typical Spanish restaurants with local dishes.

        7 countries for gourmet gastronomic journeys

        In restaurants or hotels…

        • Breakfast – desayuno – is a buffet.
        • Lunch – komida – consists mainly of 2 courses, is held from 13:00 to 15:00.
        • Dinner is served later, from about 21:00.

        In restaurants, you can usually pay by card, in small establishments – only in cash.

        Weather and water temperature in Tenerife in January by cities

        Collected in the table the average values ​​for the last 5 years for water and air temperature in the cities of Tenerife:

        9ATHER Christianos

        City Temp. day, °C Temp. night, °C Temp. water, ° C precipitation, mm
        Adehe Costa 20 16 20
        LAS America 18 21 18 20 5
        Puerto de Santiago 21 17 0 23
        San Cristobal de la, Laguna 17 15 13
        9ATHER 18
        Santa Cruz de Tenerife 19 16 20 16

        Other January holidays

        January 6, 2021 can be paid in the traditional festival of three wolves. On this day, local residents arrange solemn processions in the streets. Everywhere music plays, theatrical performances on biblical themes take place. And the “wizards” distribute sweet gifts to everyone.

        On January 20, the inhabitants of the city of Adeje traditionally honor Saint Sebastian, the protector of animals. His statue is taken out to the ocean, in the waters of which the townspeople bathe their pets.

        Nativity scenes are set up on the streets at Christmas.

        Weather in Cayo Coco by months and weather forecast for 14 days

        Description

        In general, the weather in Cayo Coco is fairly stable throughout the year. There is not such a difference in temperatures as in the countries of the Mediterranean, and there is no such difference in the amount of precipitation as in the countries of Southeast Asia. Yes, Cayo Coco has a dry and relatively cool season (November to April) and a wet and warm season (May to October), but still the difference in weather between these seasons is not so big.

        Weather in Cayo Coco now and forecast for 14 days

        If you want to know what the weather is like in Cayo Coco now and see the weather forecast for the next 2 weeks, you can get this information on the Gismeteo website. Below is a weather widget with link to the weather forecast for Cayo Coco for 14 days.

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        January

        The weather in Cayo Coco in January is relatively cool, but quite dry. In addition, the weather this month is not very sunny and sometimes quite windy. True, strong winds are quite common here. The ocean is often stormy in January, and the water temperature in it averages 25.6 ° C.
        More information about the weather in January

        February

        In general, the weather in Cayo Coco in February is similar to January weather, but the average temperatures are slightly higher this month. The average daily temperature in Cayo Coco in January is 23. 4°C, but during the day the thermometer can rise above 28°C.
        The weather is getting sunny this month and you can expect an average of 8.4 hours of sunshine per day. The temperature of the ocean water is slightly increasing.
        More about the weather in February

        March

        If you decide to go to Cayo Coco in March, you will find pretty good weather here with daytime temperatures in the region of 28-29° C and night temperatures in the region of 18-19° C. Swim in the ocean at this time of the year is quite comfortable as the water warms up to 26°C. As for rainfall in Cayo Coco, it is still low in March, averaging 32mm for the entire month.
        More information about the weather in March

        April

        In my opinion, April is one of the best months to visit Cayo Coco. The air temperatures this month are not yet as high as in the period from June to September, but Cayo Coco is still quite dry. In addition, the water in the Atlantic Ocean is getting warmer, and you are unlikely to refuse to swim in it.
        More about the weather in April

        May

        Although May is usually referred to as the low season in Cayo Coco, in fact the weather at this time of the year is quite good. Rainfall is on the rise this month, but not enough to make you skip a trip to Cayo Coco for fear of spending too much time indoors. In fact, prolonged rains this month are very rare. Moreover, in terms of the average number of hours of sunshine, May overtakes all the months of the so-called dry season.
        More information about the weather in May

        June

        The months from June to August on Cayo Coco do not differ much from each other in terms of weather. In general, air temperatures in Cayo Coco in June are not very high (30-32 degrees during the day and 22-23 degrees at night), but due to the high humidity they feel quite high, especially if you move at least 500 meters from the coast .
        On the good side of Cayo Coco weather in June, it’s worth noting reasonably warm ocean water and a huge average of 10.1 hours this month. Precipitation in Cayo Coco in June is relatively high, but still 130 mm of precipitation for a tropical country is not such a high amount to talk about the rainy season.
        More about the weather in June

        July

        As mentioned above, there are no special differences in terms of weather in Cayo Coco between June and July. Unless the amount of precipitation this month drops to 78 mm, but in reality this decrease is almost not felt. Most of July, Cayo Coco is sunny, but the humidity is so high that few people are interested in outdoor activities.
        I note that in July Cayo Coco has a rather high UV index, which means that you need to try to stay in the shade and use sunscreen.
        More information about the weather in July

        August

        Weather in Cayo Coco in August is characterized by temperatures from 23° C (night) to 33° C (day). Below or above these values, the temperature usually does not go away. The amount of precipitation in August is 96 mm, rains are frequent, but they are short. Drop out mostly in the afternoon. The ocean water temperature near Cayo Coco in August is at its maximum, around 30-31° C.
        More weather in August

        September

        The weather in Cayo Coco begins to change in September, air temperatures gradually decrease. It is important to remember that September is considered the peak of the hurricane season here. The devastating Hurricane Irma just hit Cayo Coco in September 2017. Most likely, there will not be such a powerful hurricane in this region of Cuba in the coming years, but still the possibility of such a hurricane cannot be ruled out.
        More information about the weather in September

        October

        In October, hurricanes are also possible in the Cayo Coco region, but their probability is much lower than in September. As for the weather, pleasant weather sets in this month on Cayo Coco, without heat during the day, but without cool evenings. To make it clearer, here are the average temperatures for Cayo Coco in October: 30.7°C average day temperature and 22.1°C average nighttime temperature.
        More weather information for October

        November

        november. As a rule, hotels do not raise prices yet this month, although the weather becomes more pleasant, dry and not hot. Nights this month can already be chilly, with temperatures in the 18-20 degree range. At the same time, the days are moderately warm, with temperatures around 27-28 degrees.
        More information about the weather in November

        December

        The last month of the year in Cuba is not the warmest and not the sunniest weather, but still it is considered one of the most popular months of the year on this island. Expect many hotels to be fully booked in the second half of December, as Canadians and Europeans often come here to celebrate Christmas and New Year.

        Things to do in los americas tenerife: 10 Fun Things to Do in Playa de las Americas September 2022

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        Top 7 Things To Do In Playa De Las Américas, Spain

        Sophie 

        Updated

        Playa de las Americas is a holiday resort that was purpose-built in the 1960s. It is an island located at Tenerife, Spain. Want to relax and take a break from your busy life? Playa de las Americas is known for its fantastic scenic beach views and it also includes water activities for everyone. Not only does the island offer lots of activities during the day but it also comes to life at night and becomes the centre of nightlife. The island offers an array of shops, restaurants, night bars, and entertainment. You will never get bored here. Furthermore, it is perfect for everyone who wants to make the most out of their holiday. Here are some of the top things to do in Playa de las Americas, Spain.

        1. Have a whale of a time at Siam Park

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        When one visits Playa de las Americas, it is a must-go-to the amusement park. The water park is located at Costa Adeje and features a Siamese theme. The park was opened by one of the Royal Thai family members, Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn. The park is family-friendly and families will have a whale of a time. The water park has almost everything in one. You can relax at a cabana and their Balinese beds. What’s more is that you will be able to see some Sea Lions at the park too!

        Siam Park

        Address: Av. Siam, s/n, 38660 Costa Adeje, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

        Website: Siam Park

        Opening hours: 10am – 5pm (daily)

        Price: From EUR 38 (USD 41)

        2. Check out the impressive Piramide de Arona

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        Piramide de Arona is a 1600-seated auditorium which has an iconic pyramid-like structure. The place hosts many events and shows including feisty flamenco shows! You and your family might just make it in time to watch some high-class, impressive performances! If not, come and marvel at the architecture of the building which is a perfect fusion of the old and new.

        Piramide de Arona

        Address: Av. las Américas, s/n, 38650 Arona, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

        Website: Piramide de Arona

        Opening hours: 24/7 (daily)

        Price: Free entry

        3. Bask under the sun at Playa de las Vistas

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        Playa de las Vistas is a beach place and is located at the borders of Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos Resort. The beach is popular among tourists and locals because of the golden sand and blue waters. Soak up under the sun and relax. Along the beach, there are is a variety of restaurants and bars to choose from. The place will be perfect to have dinner and watch the sunset with your loved ones.

        Playa de las Vistas

        Address: Los Cristianos, Arona, Tenerife, Spain

        Opening hours: 24/7 (daily)

        Price: Free entry

        4.

        Experience riding like a Viking at Viking Tenerife Ragnarok

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        Hop on board this Viking-themed boat. It will be a unique experience for families and loved ones. You will become a traveller, explorer, and adventurer on this short ride. When on board, there is a range of activities you will can engage in. You can learn how to fight with a sword, you can learn how to write in runes, you can snorkel in the ocean, and much more. Who knows? You might be able to spot some dolphins and whales when you are on board the boat.

        Viking Tenerife Ragnarok

        Address: Calle México, 3, loc. 6, 38660 Playa de la Américas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

        Website: Viking Tenerife Ragnarok

        Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm (closed on Sat & Sun)

        Price: 2-hour Viking trip: EUR 29 (USD 31)

        5.

        Play a round at Parque Santiago Mini Golf

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        Are you a golf lover? Interested in finding an activity to engage in with your little ones? Fear not for you can have fun at Parque Santiago Mini Golf. The mini-golf and cactus park is located at the center of Playa de las Americas. The park is suitable for families with young children. The golf park has many courses and has a choice of 9-hole and 18-hole courses. The golf courses are interactive and they range from beginner to advanced levels. The place is well-maintained for visitors. Go and make the most out of your time.

        Parque Santiago Mini Golf

        Address: Av. las Américas, 2, 38650 Arona, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

        Website: Parque Santiago Mini Golf

        Opening hours: 10am – 12am (daily)

        Price: EUR 10 (USD 11)

        6.

        Learn to surf with Friends of the Ocean

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        Ever want to learn how to ride the waves? Have someone to teach you the basic techniques at Friends of the Ocean, which is a surfing school in Tenerife. The school even has a surf camp! It is suited for beginners to advanced levels. Surfing is a complex water sport as you would have to deal with elements such as the tide and the wind. It will definitely be a challenge but it will be an enjoyable process. The important thing when you are surfing is to also have the right surfboard equipment based on your skill level. Go and conquer the waves!

        Friends of the Ocean

        Address: Paseo Guadalajara, 38660 Playa de la Américas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

        Website: Friends of the Ocean

        Opening hours: Mon – Sat: 8.30am – 9pm; Sun: 9am – 9pm (closed on Tue)

        Price: From EUR 40 (USD 43)

        7.

        Try parascending with Parascending Tenerife

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        Ever want to reach up high in the sky and look over the ocean? Parascending Tenerife provides parascending, paragliding, whale watching, and more exciting experiences. It has been around for 16 years, giving guests one-of-a-kind experiences. If it is your first time trying any of these activities, it’s better to attempt it with the guidance of a professional. Parascending Tenerife offers safe, memorable experiences for your holiday in Playa de las Americas.

        Parascending Tenerife

        Address: Pantalan, 4, 38660 Adeje, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

        Website: Parascending Tenerife

        Opening hours: 11am – 5:30pm (daily)

        Have a blast in Playa de las Americas

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        With so many land and water activities in Playa de las Americas, it will surely be an unforgettable experience with your family or loved ones. Explore the different parts of Playa de las Americas. Go and learn a sport you have never learnt before or just soak up and enjoy the sun.

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        15 AWESOME Things To Do In Tenerife

        Tenerife is one of my favourite places in the world. The island offers a huge variety of landscapes and activities, ranging from tropical beaches lined with palm trees to lunar volcanic deserts.

        When I was asked to participate in the #SpainOnMyMind campaign I was thrilled at the opportunity of writing about Tenerife. I spent two months living on the island, and would love to return one day.

        There is more to Tenerife than the tourist resorts you might be thinking of. Tenerife is actually a very exciting destination, where you can go surfing, paragliding, whale watching, hiking and many other outdoors adventures.

        In this article I put together a compilation of all the most awesome things to do in Tenerife, which made me fall in love with this Spanish island. If you love spending time outdoors, Tenerife is the perfect destination for you.

        So without further ado, read on to discover all the beauties that Tenerife has to offer!

        Contents

        • 1 15 awesome things to do in Tenerife
          • 1.1 Explore Teide National Park
          • 1.2 Go hiking in the Parque Rural de Anaga
          • 1.3 Relax at Playa de las Teresitas
          • 1.4 Enjoy the waves at Playa de Benijo
          • 1.5 Learn to surf in Las Americas
          • 1.6 Admire the view from Mirador Cruz del Carmen
          • 1.7 Discover the village of Masca
          • 1.8 Explore the Teno mountains
          • 1.9 Admire the cliffs of Los Gigantes
          • 1. 10 Join a whale watching catamaran cruise
          • 1.11 Visit San Cristobal de la Laguna
          • 1.12 Go paragliding!
          • 1.13 Go to a beach bar for sunset drinks
          • 1.14 Taste the local cuisine
          • 1.15 Hike the Rambla de Castro trail
          • 1.16 Visit the natural pools of Garachico
        • 2 Where to stay in Tenerife

        Exploring the beautiful landscapes of Tenerife

        15 awesome things to do in Tenerife

        Explore Teide National Park

        Mount Teide is an active volcano in Tenerife. Its peak is at 3,715 metres, making it the highest post in Spain and one of the tallest volcanoes in Europe. No visit to Tenerife would be complete without a visit to Mount Teide.

        Teide National Park covers a surface area of 190km squared, and encompasses a vast variety of landscapes. If you love hiking, you need to dedicate at least a couple days exploring the beauty of this volcano.

        Teide tours worth checking out:

        Mount Teide: Cable Car Ticket – This is the standard cable car entrance for those who want to see the peak of Mount Teide.

        From Playa de las Americas: Full-Day Teide Jeep Safari – For the most adventurous who want to properly explore all of Teide National Park!

        Tenerife Teide National Park Stargazing – When you’re 3,700m above all light pollution sources, you can rest assured that the night sky views are incredible!

        Hiking in Teide National Park, Tenerife

        One of the most popular hikes is without a doubt Roque de García. This is a 3.5km circular trail, with a 170m elevation change.

        The trail is well marked and easy to walk on, making it a fairly easy hike for all levels. It will take maximum 2 hours to do.

        Sitting at 2,000 metres, this hike has excellent views of the summit of Mount Teide, as well as the surrounding rocky landscape. There are unique rock formations dotted all alongside the trail, which ensure the views never get boring.

        The start of the Roque de Garcia trail, with the Teide peak in the back, Tenerife

        The incredible rocky landscapes of Teide National Park

        Another must-see hike is the one at Mirador de Sámara. Despite being at a similar height as Roque de García, the landscape and views here are completely different.

        This hike is famous because of the distinctive view of the pine trees growing out of the black lava field, with the summit of Mount Teide on one side and the view over the sea on the other.

        The trail is around 10km long, with an elevation change of 400m and takes around 2.5 hours. It was unlike anything I had ever seen, and one of the things that fascinated me most about Tenerife.

        On almost every Spain bucket list you will also find visiting the summit of Mount Teide. Standing at 3,700 metres, high above the clouds with views of the sea and surrounding islands is an experience like no other.

        The Teide summit from the Mirador of Samara hike

        The distinctive views of the Samara hike

        Go hiking in the Parque Rural de Anaga

        The Parue Rural de Anaga is without a doubt one of the best places to visit in Tenerife. The natural landscape here is completely different from the south of the island and from the areas surrounding Mount Teide.

        Here you will find a jagged green coastline, with dramatic peaks and cliffs directly over the sea.

        I spent much of my time exploring Anaga playing the soundtrack of Jurassic Park in the background, and once you get here, it will be easy to see why.

        Click here to book a hiking tour in Anaga Forest!

        The panoramic views and mountains of Parque Rural de Anaga

        The panoramic views and mountains of Parque Rural de Anaga

        There are lots of hiking trails in Anaga, which will allow you to thoroughly explore this part of Tenerife. My personal favourite is the one leading to the Semaforo of Igueste.

        Starting at the small town of Igueste, this 4.5km trail has spectacular views everywhere you look. The hike is very steep (470m gain) and will take around 2.5 hours.

        During the hike you will be able to admire the steep green mountains on one side, and the sea on the other.

        The white houses of Igueste are perched along the mountainside, creating a beautiful contrast with the lush green vegetation.

        Enjoying the view while hiking at the Semaforo of Igueste

        There are lots of gorgeous hikes also on the northern coast of Tenerife, such as the ones at Roque de Taborno and Benijo. You can find all the hike specifications on the official Tenerife tourism website.

        Whatever hike you choose, make sure to pack your hiking essentials and be ready for a fun day exploring stunning natural landscapes!

        The northern coastline of Tenerife in the Parque Rural de Anaga

        Relax at Playa de las Teresitas

        There are many beautiful beaches all over the island, but Playa de las Teresitas was without a doubt one of my favourites.

        Located in the north of the island, beyond Santa Cruz de Tenerife and nestled along the coastline of Anaga, it’s one of the most scenic beaches I’ve ever seen.

        Playa de las Teresitas is 1.3km long and 80m wide, meaning there is plenty of space to go around! The beach is characterised by white sand, turquoise water and the dramatic cliffs of Anaga that surround it.

        There is a viewpoint over the beach that I highly recommend visiting when you go there, as it will allow you to really admire the beauty and size of Playa de las Teresitas.

        You can pair a visit to Playa de las Teresitas with one of the hikes in the Parque Rural de Anaga. After spending a few hours hiking and observing the beautiful views, you can relax on this white sand beach and cool down in the clear turquoise sea.

        Playa de las Teresitas from above

        Enjoy the waves at Playa de Benijo

        On the northern coast of Tenerife, also nestled amongst the cliffs of the Parque Rural de Anaga, you will find Playa de Benijo. Playa de Benijo is a black sand beach, surrounded by steep cliffs.

        This beach is famous for its scenic surrounding and huge waves. You can usually find children (and adults alike) jumping in the waves, and others relaxing and tanning on the black sand.

        It has a wilder and more rugged feeling than Playa de las Teresitas, and it’s the perfect place for a relaxing stop after a hike on the northern side of Anaga.

        Exploring Playa de Benijo in Tenerife

        Learn to surf in Las Americas

        Surfing in Tenerife was one of my absolute favourite things to do. I had previously been surfing in Bali, Fuerteventura and Costa Rica, but the surf in Tenerife was especially good.

        Here you can find consistent waves for all levels. Playa Las Americas is the main surf spot, but as a beginner, I often found it too crowded and too close to the rocky reef for my liking.

        I took regular classes with Surf Life Tenerife, and I loved that they always take you surfing to a different spot just along the coast. Here the waves are smaller, the reef isn’t as close and it’s nowhere near as busy.

        Me surfing in Las Americas, Tenerife

        Me surfing in Las Americas, Tenerife

        Admire the view from Mirador Cruz del Carmen

        As you may have guessed there are many gorgeous views all over Tenerife, but Mirador Cruz del Carmen deserves a special mention. Located on the outskirts of Anaga, you can combine this viewpoint with some easy hiking trails.

        From the main parking area and tourist information desk you can do two easy trails that go through the surrounding laurel forests, and admire the view over the valley below.

        On clear days you can see also the Teide summit. When I was visiting it had recently snowed on the Teide peak, which created the beautiful contrast you see in the photo below!

        The view over Tenerife from Mirador Cruz del Carmen

        Discover the village of Masca

        Masca is one of the most unique places in Tenerife, and one you simply must visit while you’re on the island. This small mountain village is nestled amongst the Macizo de Teno mountains, and offers views like no other.

        It was originally a Guanche settlement, before Spain took conquered the Canary Islands, and is now home to around 90 inhabitants.

        The road to reach it is very narrow and with numerous bends, but the view while driving are well worth the slight motion sickness you might get!

        There are a number of viewpoints that you can stop at while driving, to better admire the surrounding mountains and small town of Masca.

        Once you reach the town itself you can spend some time walking around, soaking in the calm beauty of Masca.

        The village of Masca and surrounding mountains

        Explore the Teno mountains

        Located on the north-western side of the island, the Teno mountain range often doesn’t get the attention it deserves. Here you will find many incredible hikes, views and cute towns.

        We did a hike with Anaga Experience in the Teno mountains and despite the cloudy weather, it was a great experience.

        Starting in Teno Alto we hiked for 10km all the way down to the Punta Teno lighthouse, crossing all sorts of different landscapes throughout the hike. The Punta de Teno hike has an elevation change of 900m, but it’s mostly all downhill.

        Once we reached the bottom we even went for a swim in the sea, it was much needed after the long trek! Other popular hikes in Teno are those surrounding Masca.

        For the proper trekking lovers, you can do an awesome Teno Mountains half-day hike to Masca.

        Hiking in the Teno mountains in Tenerife

        Hiking the Punta de Teno trail in Tenerife

        Admire the cliffs of Los Gigantes

        Los Gigantes is a town on the west coast of Tenerife, famous for the huge cliffs that surround it.

        The Acantilados de Los Gigantes are giant rock formations that reach up to 500-800 metres in height, towering above the sea and town.

        Los Gigantes means “The Giants”, an apt name! There is a beautiful viewpoint just before reaching the town, where you can enjoy the view over the cliffs and sea.

        There is also a small beach in town, where you can relax while enjoying the surrounding scenery of Los Gigantes.

        A popular way to admire Los Gigantes is from the sea; there are many boat tours that will take you sailing along the coast of Los Gigantes. If you’re lucky, you might even spot some whales and dolphins!

        View over the town and cliffs of Los Gigantes

        Admiring the cliffs of Los Gigantes from Punta Teno Lighthouse

        Join a whale watching catamaran cruise

        Doing a whale watching cruise is without a doubt one of the best things to do in Tenerife, which is why it’s such a popular Tenerife shore excursion.

        I didn’t get round to doing one until after a year of being in Tenerife, and I wish I’d done it sooner! Did you know that Tenerife was the first place to be nominated Whale Heritage Site in Europe?

        Thanks to the warm weather and water all year round (even in winter!) and the conformation of the seabed between Tenerife and La Gomera, here you’re almost guaranteed to spot whales and dolphins.

        When I did the whale watching cruise they told me there was a 99% chance to spot whales and 60% to spot dolphins, pretty good odds if you ask me!

        Whale watching boat tours worth checking out:

        Los Gigantes Whale Watching Cruise by Sail Boat with Pick-Up – Combine whale watching with a relaxing sailing cruise and admiring these beautiful cliffs!

        Dolphin & Whale Eco-Cruise with Food & Drinks – An environmentally friendly experience with dolphins, food and drinks, what more can you ask for?

        A pair of pilot whales we spotted in Tenerife

        The catamaran we did our whale watching cruise with

        Visit San Cristobal de la Laguna

        San Cristobal de la Laguna, commonly known as just La Laguna, is a city in the northern part of Tenerife. It used to be the capital city of the island, and even if it no longer holds that title, it’s still a must-see in Tenerife.

        The historical centre of the city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999.

        You can easily spend a few hours walking around the historical centre, admiring the colonial architecture and feeling like you stepped back in time.

        Some of the iconic architecture in San Cristobal de la Laguna

        The historical city centre of La Laguna in Tenerife

        Go paragliding!

        For the real adrenaline junkies out there, this is a must-do bucket list activity! The mountains of Tenerife make for excellent set off spots, and the views are second to none.

        You set off from the tall Jurassic Park style mountains, soaring high above the trees and rock formations, flying towards the sea.

        Paragliding is always a thrilling experience, but with such a gorgeous landscape it becomes even more special.

        Click here to book your paragliding experience in Tenerife!

        Paragliding in Tenerife

        Go to a beach bar for sunset drinks

        While the stunning natural landscapes and fun activities are what made me fall in love with Tenerife, the sense of normalcy that comes with enjoying drinks on the beach at sunset is one of the things I’m craving the most, and can’t wait to go back to.

        The west coast of Tenerife is lined with fun beach bars, for all sorts of budgets and tastes. Some have a more club and dancing vibe, while others have a more laid back and chilled surfer vibe.

        Some of my favourites were Roca Negra Sunset Club and Coqueluche Beach Bar. Here you can sip on a mojito while nibbling tasty snacks, and watching the sun set in the ocean.

        Enjoying some sunset drinks with my friend Ari at Coqueluche Beach Bar in Tenerife

        Taste the local cuisine

        Spanish cuisine is amongst my favourite in the world, and in Tenerife there are plenty of restaurants where you can taste it. I especially love tapas and pinchos, since with their little dishes they allow you to taste lots of different plates in one meal.

        Some of my favourite restaurants in Tenerife were El Jardin de la Abuela and La Cuevita del Mar. You can try all the traditional Canarian dishes like papas arrugadas, pimientos del padron and almogrote cheese.

        Eating delicious Canarian food after a long day of exploring Tenerife, hiking or surfing is the perfect ending for a day in Tenerife. I can’t wait to go back to Tenerife and taste the flavoursome Canarian cheeses again.

        An awesome platter of fresh fish that we had at Delicias del Mar in Tenerife

        Hike the Rambla de Castro trail

        This coastal walk was amongst my favourite trails in Tenerife. With its steep cliffs and palm trees, Rambla de Castro will give you some serious Bali vibes.

        You can also hike down to Playa de Castro, a black rock beach surrounded by tall cliffs. Here you will also find a waterfall that you can stand under and cool down, it’s easily one of the most scenic waterfalls I’ve ever seen!

        There isn’t much elevation and the path is well kept and easy to walk along. It’s a fairly easy hike with stunning coastal views, which I think should feature on any Tenerife bucket list.

        Enjoying the coastal views during the Rambla de Castro hike

        Playa de Castro seen from the Rambla de Castro trail

        Visit the natural pools of Garachico

        Given the rocky coastline and powerful sea of Tenerife, it shouldn’t surprise you that there are countless natural pools all over the island. My personal favourites were the natural pools of Garachico.

        Located in the town of Garachico, the Piscinas Naturales de El Caleton are natural salt-water rock pools that you can swim in. There are also man made additions where you can sun bathe and chill between swims.

        Personally I really enjoyed these pools as we were visiting on a day when the sea was very big, and we spent the afternoon diving in the huge waves and playing in the current.

        The Piscinas Naturales de El Caleton in Garachico, Tenerife

        Where to stay in Tenerife

        When deciding where to stay in Tenerife, you need to take into account your personal preferences. Tenerife is an incredibly varied island, which can accommodate many different type of travellers.

        If you’re a young traveller looking to party and meet new people you would have more fun staying in Las Americas, if you’re a family looking for a peaceful beach holiday you will prefer Costa Adeje, or if you’re a hiking fan you would probably prefer staying in Puerto de la Cruz or La Laguna.

        However it’s always handy to remember that Tenerife is a small island, and regardless of where you’re staying you can easily drive around the whole island in around one hour.

        So while you might prefer staying close to the lively nightlife of Las Americas, you could be hiking up Mount Teide after just a 1.5 hour drive. 

        The sunset view from my apartment at El Dorado Residence in Las Americas, Tenerife

        I listed below some accommodation options for every budget in different parts of the island.

        Budget: Banana Surf House – This cute surf house is perfect for those looking for a cosy stay in a great location, without breaking the bank. It also has a huge rooftop with great sea views.

        Click here to book your stay at Banana Surf House!

        Mid-range: El Dorado Residence  – I spent my first two months in Tenerife in an apartment in this residence, and loved every day of it. My apartment was spacious, in a great location (close to both the beach and supermarket) and had awesome sea and sunset views. I can highly recommend it.

        Click here to see the latest prices and availability for apartments in El Dorado residence!

        Luxury: Hotel Rural La Correa Del Almendro – This hotel is set in a traditional Canarian barn from the 1720s, and it still retains the rugged look, while having modern comforts like a pool. Located in Arona, it’s perfect for those who want to be close to Las Americas, without being in the heart of the party town.

        Click here to book your stay at Hotel Rural La Correa Del Almendro!

        The pool at Hotel Rural La Correa Del Almendro in Arona, Tenerife

        Final thoughts on the top things to do in Tenerife

        There you have it, the ultimate compilation of best things to do in Tenerife! I hope you find this guide useful in planning your trip to Tenerife, and that it has inspired you to head straight to the island once we’ll be able to travel freely again!

        Spain has always been one of my favourite countries in Europe. I spent time in Barcelona, Seville and many of the Canary Islands, but Tenerife has a special place in my heart.

        Thanks to the huge variety of landscapes and things to do, you never run the risk of being bored. Even after spending two months living there, I always found a new hiking trail or surf spot I hadn’t yet explored.

        With its warm temperatures it’s one of the best winter sun spots in Europe, and a place that I absolutely adored living in for a winter.

        So while Spain is without a doubt on my mind, it’s mostly Tenerife I’m thinking about, and I can’t wait to go back there!

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        Most people come to Tenerife seeking sun and sand in the south, but there are so many other parts of the island to discover. As the largest and most geographically diverse of the Canaries, there are endless fun things to do in Tenerife.

        From stunning mountains hikes to stargazing over volcanoes, be sure to add some of these top Tenerife activities to your itinerary.

        Getting around Tenerife

        Before I tell you about all the amazing Tenerife attractions, you should know that getting around without a car can be a challenge.

        If you want to visit many places, I highly recommend renting a car for at least a portion of your trip – especially if you plan to travel between the north and south.

        There are buses in Tenerife that go between most places, but they are time-consuming. Traveling between the north and south on the express bus takes almost two hours, and you’ll still likely need to make transfers for where you actually want to go. It’s not impossible, but it’s going to add a considerable amount of time to your day.

        Otherwise, many of the tours recommended include pickup, so that’s another way to get around without a car. Still, there’s no better way to see the island than with your own vehicle. Is there anything better than the freedom of a road trip?

        Car rentals in Tenerife vary considerably between rental agencies. To find the best price, look on Discover Cars which quickly searches all car rental agencies to find you the best deal.

        Get a quote for a car rental in Tenerife here

        Tenerife Photoshoot

        Arco de Tajao

        The landscapes in Tenerife are a dream for photos. From the black-sand beaches to lava-carved forests and snowy top of Mount Teide; there are so many different scenes to explore here. You’ll definitely want some beautiful vacation photos to take home with you!

        While I used to rely on my friends or those around me for photos, I’ve realized the value of getting them done by a local, professional photographer.

        They know all the best spots for photos and can take stunning pictures of you in several locations, so you can then just enjoy the rest of your trip without worrying about trying to capture everything.

        I did a Tenerife photoshoot with Andy Cannon, a UK photographer based between Tenerife and Barcelona. He knows the island quite well and can take you to some really unique places in Tenerife that you wouldn’t otherwise find on your own.

        During our photoshoot, we went to Arco de Tajao, a fascinating natural arch formation in the east side of the island.

        It’s one of those landscapes in Tenerife that made me feel although I had been transported to another continent!

        Aside from showing you the best spots on the island, Andy is a joy to work with.

        He’ll talk with you first to understand the look and feel of the images you want and then combine those ideas with the stunning natural landscapes of Tenerife. He’s a visual storyteller, and you’ll end up with some breathtaking images to remember your time in Tenerife (or even use professionally).

        As a reader, you can get an extra 5% off and 5 extra photos if you book a shoot with Andy. Just mention my name or Explore with Lora when you reach out to him.

        Book your photoshoot here – mention Explore with Lora and get 5 extra photos and 5% off!

        Things to do in Tenerife South

        Whale watching Tenerife

        Tenerife does not have much going on in terms of wildlife experiences when it comes to land mammals, but what it lacks, it makes up for it in marine life.

        The warm ocean waters are home to an abundant variety of animals, including over 25 species of dolphins and whales. Pilot whales are the most commonly sighted, as they live here year-round.

        If you love wildlife, don’t miss the chance to go on a whale-watching cruise in Tenerife. There are tours departing from Los Cristianos, Costa Adeje, and Los Gigantes every day.

        Your chances of seeing whales and dolphins are excellent in Tenerife. I went on five boats and saw pilot whales every time. But by far my favorite memory was seeing pilot whales on my friend’s sailboat, swimming by the side of it at sunset.

        Please choose an accredited dolphin watching tour that respects the animals and the local laws which protect them.

        This tour from Costa Adeje goes with a biologist to respectfully observe the whales and dolphins in the Teno-Rasca Marine Protected area of Tenerife. They even bring a hydrophone so you can listen to the whales!

        Check prices of whale watching tours here

        Los Gigantes Natural Pools

        Tenerife has many natural pools, but my favorites are the ones by The Acantilados de Los Gigantes, towering 600m cliff formations formed by volcanic rock.

        From the natural pool, you get a great view over the towering cliffs. There’s also a ridge you can sit on and feel the ocean water splash up over you. I could have sat there for hours! It’s one of the most beautiful things to see in Tenerife.

        Surfing

        One of the main reasons so many digital nomads come to Tenerife is for the surfing opportunities.

        One of the best things to do in Playa de Las Americas is go surfing, where you can find plenty of surf lessons and board rentals readily available.

        Some other popular beaches for surfing in Tenerife south are Las Conchas, Punta Blanca, and Las Galletas.

        Check prices of surf lessons here

        Tandem Paragliding

        For a completely different view of Tenerife, check out this tandem paragliding tour.

        You’ll take off from a hillside and soar in the sky, getting an incredible birds-eye view. Enjoy the scenery as you descend into the golden beaches for a soft landing.

        Check prices of paragliding tours here

        Tenerife Horse Rescue

        One organization that is making a difference in the lives of animals here is the Tenerife horse rescue.

        While they started out rescuing horses, the center now provides a safe home to dozens of animals in Tenerife, including donkeys, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, birds, and more.

        What’s even more impressive is that they are 100% sustainably run! They feed all the volunteer sand animals using food waste from the local supermarkets, and everything there is powered with renewable energy. It’s an amazing place to see in Tenerife and talk with the volunteers who are so passionate about what they do.

        They are only open for tours by donations, so be sure to contact them in advance to arrange.

        Go windsuring in El Medano

        El Medano is the official windsurfing and kitesurfing capital of Tenerife, so this is the place to go if you’re into those sports!

        After spending some time in the water, fuel back up at one of the town’s bohemian-inspired cafes. I loved Bliss Cafe, which has delicious and healthy bowls.

        Siam Park

        One of the best things to do in Costa Adeje is visit Siam Park. It’s an epic waterpark full of adrenaline-packed rides, an enormous wave pool, and a mile-long lazy river. There are also lush gardens around that make this park feel like paradise.

        Get skip-the-line tickets to Siam Park here

        Visit Playa Las Amarilla

        Okay, I know I said besides the beach in the title, but Playa Amarilla is so beautiful I can’t leave it out.

        Just a couple of minutes’ walk from the parking lot you’ll see the sparling turquoise water against sandstone cliffs. But you can walk along them further to get an up-close look at their unique carvings. At the end, there’s a place you can go cliff diving into the water!

        Go sea kayaking with dolphins

        One of the best ways to see Tenerife is from the coast! On this kayaking tour, you’ll get the chance to paddle through marine reserves in search of dolphins and turtles.

        Tenerife is home to five species of dolphins, including bottlenose, striped, and common dolphins. After watching the dolphins play in the water, you’ll then jump in to snorkel with sea turtles.

        Visit underground caves

        Did you know Tenerife is home to the 4th longest lava tubs in the world? And you can go inside them on a guided tour!

        Visiting La Cueva de Los Vientos (the Cave of the Winds) is a Tenerife must see. Tours are limited in size and number per day, so you’ll want to book this one in advance.

        Join a sailing tour

        There’s no better way to spend a day in Tenerife than on a sailboat

        We joined a private sailboat for the day and watched pilot whales, swam in the warm water, and enjoyed a fantastic seafood lunch before taking in the breathtaking sunset. It was one of my most memorable days in Tenerife!

        Check prices of sailing tours here

        Rent a jet ski

        With so much ocean around to play in, renting a jet ski is one of the best ways to go Tenerife sightseeing.

        On this tour, you can choose to ride a single-seater or a double-seater jet ski with a friend, bouncing over the Atlantic past cliffs and beaches.

        Check prices of jet ski rentals here

        Go diving

        There’s a whole other world in the waters of Tenerife! While the diving here wasn’t as spectacular as the Galapagos or Malaysia, it’s probably the best you’re going to get in Europe. You can see marine life like sea turtles, stingrays, eels, and colorful fish.  

        Check prices of diving here

        Swim with sea turtles

        I will never get tired of swimming with sea turtles, and Tenerife provides a great place to do with its rich marine habitat

        This snorkeling trip from Costa Adeje takes you to the best sea turtle viewing spots and includes snorkeling gear, so you don’t need your own equipment. 

        Barranco Del Infierno Hike

        Many people say that there isn’t any good hiking in the south of Tenerife, but clearly, they haven’t seen Barranco Del Infierno. This nature preserve is just a 10-minute drive from Playa Las Americas.

        The trail takes about three hours round-trip, taking you through a stunning canyon with a small waterfall at the end.

        Permits must be booked online in advance here as space is limited to 300 people a day, and you are required to wear a helmet.

        Visit Masca Village

        Masca Village is one of the best places to visit in Tenerife and my personal favorite place on the island.

        Nicknamed the “Machu Picchu” of Spain, this quaint village is nestled in the Toro mountains. It’s where residents used to hide out when they were being attacked by pirates!

        As you drive down the curvy road into the village, you’ll want to pull over constantly to soak in the spectacular views (and luckily, there are a few places to do so safely).

        Masca is also one of the best places to go hiking in Tenerife. The most popular hiking trail, Masca Gorge, requires a permit that gets booked up well in advance. This 7km trail begins at the village and descends to the rocky beach below, with gorgeous views along the way.

        But if you can’t get a permit, don’t worry. Check out some of the other trails on WikiLoc. We did this one, and the views were breathtaking.

        Visit Punta de Teno lighthouse

        Punta de Teno lighthouse is the most westerly point on the island. There’s a small lighthouse there you can see, but what I loved most about this area was watching the waves crash over the jagged cliffs.

        Yoga class

        Tenerife is a very spiritual place and has a huge yoga community. You can find yoga retreats and classes all over the island, and many people visit for that reason alone.

        I did classes regularly with Sandrita at Playa Del Duque, which was a great way to start or end my day.

        Things to do in Teide National Park

        Teide National Park is one of Tenerife’s top attractions, so it’s worthy of its own section with so many exciting activities to do within the park.

        Designated a UNESCO world heritage site, Teide is Europe’s most visited national park, with around three million visitors every year! It’s a hub for outdoor adventure, with endless hiking trails and rock climbing areas.

        Climb the highest point in Spain

        Tedie Nationa Park is most famous for Mount Teide, an epic volcano with a height of 3,718 meters. It’s Spain’s highest peak and can be spotted from all over the island.

        It’s free to climb to the top of Teide, but you must obtain a permit in advance if you want to climb it in the day. For this reason, many people climb it at night and watch the sunrise from the top.

        Take the cable car to the top

        If you want to see the highest point without breaking a sweat, you can get (almost) to the top by taking the cable car up.

        It’s a dramatic ascent up to 3500m, and if you want to get to the highest point, you’ll have to hike another 200m (and you need the permit).

        The Teide cable car is one of the most popular Tenerife tourist attractions, so be sure to book your tickets online in advance.

        They are also canceled often due to weather (sadly this happened to me), so leave some flexibility in your travel plans or add this to the start of your Tenerife itinerary so that you don’t miss out. Make sure to bring a jacket to the top, as it can be quite cold.

        Watch the Sunset at Teide

        One of my most memorable experiences inside Teide national park was watching the sunset over the clouds.

        As you’re driving along the windy roads (which is an experience in itself), you’ll gain thousands of meters of elevation, putting you above the clouds.

        And if you’re driving along around sunset, you’ll see many people parked off the side of the road to watch the spectacular sunset. Be sure to join them; it’s incredible.

        Go stargazing

        Due to the lack of light pollution around the park and geographical location, Teide offers some of the best stargazing in the world. You can see 83 of the 88 officially recognized constellations!

        If you have a car you can go stargazing on your own, but if not, you can join a guided night tour.

        This one combines two tours in one – a romantic sunset experience followed by stargazing. And it comes with a glass of Cava to go with the view! At night comes, your guide will provide you with information about the constellations and night sky.

        Go Hiking Inside The Park

        Aside from Mount Teide, there are several other excellent hiking trails inside the park.

        One of my favorites is the Chinyero Volcano Loop, an easy two-hour loop with epic views of Tenerife’s newest volcano. This hike also takes you through pine forests, which are interesting to see in contrast to the desolate landscapes.

        Another place you must see in Teide National Park is the Roques de García, which are fascinating 3000m+ rock formations created by millions of years of erosion.

        ATV tour

        For an adventurous alternative to exploring Teide by bus or car, check out this ATV tour.

        You’ll get to enjoy the sun, breezes, and unobstructed views as you drive through rolling forests, with the chance to get off the paved road and discover dirt tracks inside the park.

        Fun things to do in Tenerife North

        Visiting Tenerife north is like going to a new country. After Teide, the landscapes completely change, and everything becomes much more green and lush. If you want to spend your Tenerife trip hiking, the north is the place to stay.

        Anaga Rural Park

        Covering the north of the island, Anaga rural park is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Tenerife. Here you’ll find green, jagged mountain peaks descending into volcanic black-sand beaches.

        Anaga is accessible from Santa Cruz and La Laguna, so if you want to do multiple hikes within the park, it’s best to book a few nights’ accommodations in one of those places. Otherwise, you’ll be doing a lot of driving. From Playa Las Americas, it’s an hour+ drive to hiking trails within the park.

        Known as the “enchanted forest,” Anaga is also one of the best places to see Laurel forests in Tenerife, which you can see driving through the park.

        Another must-see place in Anaga is the black sand beach of Playa Benijo. It’s a popular place for surfing and has one of the best views of the Roques de Anaga. It’s also a nudist beach!

        If you’re driving out of the park to La Laguna, be sure to stop at Mirador Cruz del Carmen viewpoint on the way out. It’s right off the road, and you’ll see many people pulled over admiring the stunning rolling hills and quaint villages.

        See the Drago tree

        While there used to be a lot of Drago trees in Tenerife, few remain today. However, you can still see one of the oldest known Drago trees in the world in Tenerife at Icod de los Vinos in the 15th-century historical quarter. It’s estimated to be over 1,000 years old!

        San Cristobal de Laguna

        San Cristobal de Laguna is one of Tenerife’s most charming Spanish towns. This UNESCO world heritage site is one of the best places to go if you’re interested in learning more about the island’s history; it was the island’s original capital.

        Walking through the well-preserved 15th-century colorful buildings made me feel although I’d been transported back to Colombia!

        You’ll also find many of Tenerife’s top cultural attractions here, including  The Cathedral of La Laguna and Plaza del Adelantado. As La Laguna is also a university town, you’ll find plenty of trendy cafes and bars here.

        Visit the island’s capital Santa Cruz

        Santa Cruz is the capital of Tenerife and the largest city. It’s full of history, with architecture dating back to the 15th century.

        There are many things to do in Santa Cruz Tenerife, as it’s home to the top museums and architecture including the Tenerife Auditorium and the stunning Tenerife Espacio de las Artes.

        Another must-see place is The Museum of Nature and Man, which contains an extensive collection of native tools and carving related to the history of the Canary Islands.

        For one of the most local experiences, time your Tenerife vacation with Carnival in February. It’s considered the second largest in the world after Rio in Brazil and has been a Festival of International Tourist Interest since 1980.

        Eat at a local Guachinche

        Guachinches are local Canarian restaurants, and they are one of the best places to eat on a budget. Go with a group, as you’ll want to order several items and share.

        Typical foods include potatoes with spicy sauce, fried goat cheese, grilled peppers, and lots of meat and seafood (it’s not great for vegans).

        They will also serve you a liter or so of homemade wine to go with your meal. It’s extremely satisfying and will leave you feeling full for hours, and each person’s bill shouldn’t be more than 10 euros. To find one, just put ‘ Guachinche’ into Google Maps – they are mainly in the north of the island.

        Visit Puerto de la Cruz

        I spent my first three weeks living in Puerto de la Cruz which is a lovely seaside town. If you’re visiting the north, stop in for an afternoon and take a stroll along the palm-fringed promenade and through the town’s square. It has some nice restaurants, shops, and many street art murals thanks to the ongoing Puerto Street Art Project.

        Some of the top things to do in Puerto de la Cruz are the castle of San Felipe, stroll along the boardwalk, the Botanical Gardens, and Plaza del Charco.

        Go wine tasting

        The rich volcanic soil in Tenerife provides the right environment to produce delicious wine that you can try on a wine tasting tour.

        On this guided tour, you’ll visit a family-owned winery in the North of Tenerife surrounded by rolling hills.

        The passionate sommelier will tell you all about the traditional production methods used on a tour of the cellars and vineyards, followed by a wine tasting paired with an aperitif.

        Take in the views of Playa de las Teresitas

        Ok, I’m making another exception about the beach because I can’t leave this one out. It’s not just black-sand beaches in the north; this part of Tenerife is home to one of the most beautiful golden sand beaches – Playa De Las Tersitas.

        The sand was imported from former Spanish colonies in the Sahara. To truly appreciate it, head up the road that goes to Anaga to get a viewpoint from above. The contrast of the turquoise water next to the beach with the mountains in the distance is stunning!

        Garachico Natural Pools

        Garachico is one of the prettiest towns in the north of Tenerife. Many people visit for the natural salt-water rock pools that you can swim in. It’s a fun place to spend the afternoon in Tenerife, playing in the natural currents and chilling in the sun between swims.

        Bonus: Take a day trip to La Gomera

        La Gomera is the closest island to Tenerife and well worth a day trip. You can take a ferry there with Fred Olsen, which takes just under an hour. I recommend joining a day tour to maximize your time, as there is a lot to see.

        The views of Teide from here are epic as you drive up the windy road from the port. Head up to the highest point on the island, Alto de Garajonay, where a quick 30-minute hike takes you up to sweeping views over the island. La Gomera is also home to some of the best-preserves Laurel forests in the Canary Islands.

        End your day walking around the charming town of San Sebastian. It’s so colorful and cute!

        There you have it, the top things to do in Tenerife in 2022! Did I miss any amazing Tenerife tours? Let me know in the comments below!

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        September 24, 2021 Rebbecca Marino

        Playa de las Americas, near Tenerife’s southwestern tip, is a lively, upbeat resort built in the 1960s. Today it’s crammed with British restaurants, bars and hotels and North European tourists. Its white sands attract hordes of sun worshippers, while nearby El Medano is famed for its windsurfing. Top attractions include sailing, golf and dinner theater shows, but it’s the nightlife on Veronica’s Strip that is the top draw for the crowds of young tourists who flock here to party around the clock.

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        Overall Ratings

        5.0