Average weather in canary islands in april: Canary Islands Weather in April
The dreamed weather of Tenerife
The Canary Islands are undoubtedly the best holiday destination in Spain, especially Tenerife, all thanks to its excellent weather and unparalleled places to stay, such as Las Madrigueras Hotel.
In this particular area, the average temperature is 23 ° C or 74 ° F throughout the year, with bright days to enjoy the sun, the beach and recreational activities offered by the area. This island is for many, a little piece of heaven on earth, a paradise.
Location and geography
The island is located between the islands of La Gomera, Gran Canaria and La Palma, in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, very close to the Tropic of Cancer. The mountains predominate in this place, which produces warm breezes that the visitor knows how to thank, as well you can enjoy all its charms (the demography is ideal for hiking).
It should be noted that, to the south, Tenerife is much warmer than the north, due to its proximity to the tropics, being an excellent option for the winter months with waters with an excellent temperature to enjoy them.
In this same sense, the days of rain in Tenerife are very scarce, because they average 30 days a year with rainfall, being November, December, January, February and March, the months with greater rainy days, with an average of 5 for each month.
Despite this, the probability of precipitation is low compared to other places in Spain. On the contrary, the months of April, May, June, July, August, September and October, are the months with less rain, with averages of a little more than one rainy day per month.
In total, during the year about 200 millimeters of rain fall, which makes it a little rainy area.
Having indicated that it is an area with little rainfall, it is important to point out that this region is not at all exempt from humidity, as the annual average is around 63%, all this due to its location on the island, especially Santa Cruz of Tenerife.
Days with more sun
If you want to take more advantage of the sun when you go on holiday to Tenerife, the ideal months for this are April, May, June, July, August and September, with more than 8 hours with the “main star” covering the earth.
In this sense, the days of July are those with the highest average natural light during the day, with an average of 10.6 hours. This makes the region in general at the point with the most hours of sunshine in Spain with 4800 during the year or 300 sunny days.
Important aspects of the weather in Tenerife
With the general knowledge of the climate of Tenerife, especially in the area in which Hotel Las Madrigueras is located, it is important to take into account a series of extra points related to temperature.
Having said that, the visitor or tourist must take into consideration:
Clothing: The climate in Tenerife requires a loose clothing due to its high temperatures. In addition, you will want to tan and with less clothing and more cleavage, more sun will receive your skin. For the period between November and March, the temperature drops a little, maybe you want to warm up those days.
Other accessories: The sun and its light can cause fatigue in the eyes and for this the ideal is to wear good glasses, a hat or cap, especially during the day.
Bronzer and protector: To achieve a great tan, you must apply a special lotion for that purpose, as well as a sunscreen no less than 15 for those areas more sensitive.
In short, the weather in the Canary Islands is totally dreamed, the holidays of your life should be thought of in this place. Tenerife is more than a simple option, it is the perfect island and Hotel Las Madrigueras, with its excellent service and better spaces, will leave you captive.
30 Winter Escapes We’re Dreaming of This Year
Equal parts warm and cool.
By Caitlin Morton
Whenever cold weather swings around, our travel daydreams tend to fluctuate between two very different types of winter escapes: snowy wonderlands and tropical beaches. Some days, we envision a ski vacation or trip to a snow-covered European village, and other days we start planning our next beach trip while scorning the sub-zero temperatures. Repeat that cycle about 50 times, and that pretty much sums up what our lives look like from December through March every year.
If you experience these dueling pangs of wanderlust, then you’re in luck—we’ve rounded up 30 of the best winter vacations, divided equally between cold- and warm-weather destinations, for you to dream about visiting ASAP. Because who says you have to choose just one?
This article has been updated since its original publish date.
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Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
Brazil is famous for its beaches, but with great popularity comes great tourist numbers. To leave the crowds behind, head 220 miles off Brazil’s northeastern coast to the stunning archipelago of Fernando de Noronha—voted one of the world’s best islands in our latest Readers’ Choice Awards. Here you can snorkel in crystal-clear waters, trek lush trails, and watch the moon rise over the ocean.
Yellowstone National Park
The oldest of all U. S. national parks (established in 1872) is still one of the most spectacular places to visit in the entire country. Famous sites include the Old Faithful geyser and the Grand Prismatic Spring, but truly, every single acre of the park is worth seeing in person. Visit during the winter to avoid the crowds and see the landscapes filled with steam from the thermal features.
From December to March, South Africa’s safari circuit takes a back seat to Africa’s most cosmopolitan city, thanks to prime weather conditions. During the Southern Hemisphere’s summer, Cape Town’s restaurant, hotel, and nightlife scenes—which rival major European and American metropolises—are at their best. Plus, it’s growing season in South Africa’s winelands, from Stellenbosch to Franschhoek to Swartland, all of which are just a short road trip away.
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Greenland is icy, mysterious, and one of the most naturally beautiful places on the planet. The world’s biggest non-continental island is so much more than glaciers (although the glaciers are spectacular)—think magnificent fjords, colorful villages, and fields of sheep. Throw in some northern lights appearances, and you have yourself one unbeatable winter destination.
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai is a city surrounded by misty mountains, golden temples, and verdant rice terraces—all with a climate that rarely dips below 60 degrees. During the city’s Flower Festival, held every February in the Suan Buak Hat public garden, every street in the old city is covered in flowers and plants for three days.
Think of the Dolomites as the cozy cousin to the Alps’ glitzy ski towns. The area’s powdery slopes can be accessed via the 86-mile Great Dolomites Road, one of the world’s most beautiful alpine drives—and a perfect day trip from Venice.
It seems as if all the Greek islands are framed by that killer shade of emerald blue, but there’s something about the waters at Navagio Bay on the tiny island of Zakynthos that will make your heart skip a beat. Perhaps it’s the sheer seclusion and protected location (it’s sheltered on either side by soaring cliffs) that keeps its aquamarine waters so perfect and pure—basically the exact opposite of winter grays.
The Japanese island of Hokkaido is a poster child for untouched geological beauties (think volcanoes, national parks, and lakes), most of which become even more stunning come wintertime. One notable example is the ethereal Blue Pond, whose protruding trees and azure waters pull off layers of ice quite exquisitely.
Few places in the world inspire as much wanderlust as the islands of Hawaii. Home to eight national parks, more than 400 beaches, and countless scenic hikes, the state is a gold mine of staggering natural beauty. Visit Oahu for epic surf breaks, Maui for superb beaches, and Kauai for lush jungles and staggering cliffs—but really, you can’t go wrong with any specific island.
Lapland is Finland’s northernmost region, and probably one of the most idyllic winter scenes you’ll ever come across. There aren’t many places where you can visit Santa Claus, take a reindeer sleigh ride, or sleep under the Northern Lights in a bubble sled—but Lapland lets you do all three.
Most people head to Miami in early December for Art Basel Miami Beach, a glittering event (scheduled for December 1 to 3 in 2022) that lures both fashionistas and the arterati—but there are plenty of reasons to visit beyond that. Namely? A booming hotel and design scene, and outposts of big-deal international restaurants like Uruguay’s Quinto La Huella.
Whistler Blackcomb, Canada
In recent years, Whistler (one of the best ski resorts in North America) has become a beloved spot for high-quality ski and snowboard hills. With 8,171 acres of skiable terrain, there’s easily enough ground to keep you on new trails throughout the six-month regular season. Runs offer a wide range of difficulty levels, making this the perfect place for beginners, adrenaline junkies, and everyone in between.
Instagram and Pinterest have created renewed interest in this island in the Indian Ocean, thanks to its “underwater waterfall”—a visually stunning runoff of sand and silt best viewed from above. Roughly 550 miles east of Madagascar, Mauritius may also be home to a lost continent hiding beneath the waves.
Lake Bled, Slovenia
With its church-dotted islet and waters begging for rowboat rides, it’s no wonder Lake Bled is one of the most popular destinations in Slovenia. The site gets even more postcard-worthy when the surrounding Julian Alps become covered with snow, and a fog settles over the lake.
It’s easy to sink into the pura vida lifestyle when you’re surrounded by misty waterfalls, deserted beaches, and protected jungles. In fact, more than a quarter of Costa Rica enjoys some form of environmental protection. Try to visit in November for arribada season, when 20,000 sea turtles appear for their annual, large-scale nesting on the beaches of Tamarindo and Playa del Coco along the Pacific coast.
Zermatt, surrounded by some of the Alps’ tallest peaks, has 223 miles of runs in four huge ski areas—some at an altitude of over 10,000 feet, meaning snow here lingers for a very long season. This enchanting Alpine village lies at the foot of the Matterhorn, Switzerland’s most famous mountain, and has plenty of modern touches, like its state-of-the-art lift system and swanky après-ski diversions.
Canary Islands, Spain
It’s not quite hot enough to swim off the Canary Island’s beaches during the winter, but the fewer crowds, impressive views, and off-season prices on this cluster of volcanic isles (so many beautiful black-sand beaches) more than make up for it. For what it’s worth, the island of Gran Canaria, just off northwestern Africa, is said to have the best climate in the world.
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When you visit the birthplace of hygge (the Danish concept of “coziness”), you better believe your winter vacation is going to be aces. That feeling can be found throughout Copenhagen, from pastry shops to inviting hotels.
The most developed of the Bay Islands, Roatán is mainly known as a diver’s paradise. Almost all of its 31-mile coastline is lined with biodiverse coral reefs, home to colorful fish, dolphins, and West Indian manatees. Even better? You can visit Roatán on one of Virgin Voyages’ Caribbean cruises, which counts the Honduran island among its many port stops.
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
Bryce Canyon National Park welcomes most of its visitors from spring to fall, but those travelers are seriously missing out. Skirt the crowds and visit during the winter, when you can participate in ranger-led snowshoe hikes and winter astronomy programs. Plus, you’ll get to see those famous hoodoos in their best environment—peeking through a blanket of snow.
British Virgin Islands
Comprising more than 60 islands, the British Virgin Islands has no shortage of coastline to explore. Unlike some stuffier Caribbean destinations, the BVIs still have an unfussy charm about them, perfect for those looking for a luxe yet casual getaway. Once there, you’ll be able to indulge at one of the ultra-luxury resorts, many of which sit on their own private islands. Richard Branson’s Necker Island is arguably the most famous, freshly reconstructed with an emphasis on sustainability.
Classic Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart, sits divided by the Salzach River: Its pedestrian Old City lines the left bank, and the (slightly) newer side is on the right. For a hotel stay involving gingerbread cookies, fluffy beds, and views of falling snow, look no further than Hotel Goldener Hirsch.
As flat as a pancake, this British Overseas Territory just north of St. Maarten has come to be known as the place to really get away from it all. Shoal Bay, the island’s most famous beach, offers soft sand, clear waters, non-touristy bars and restaurants, and private resorts (like the beautiful Altamer Resort, perfect for multiple families; or Zemi Beach House for the ultimate work-from-home hideaway) that help you get on island time without having to worry about crowds.
New York City
Few cities can compare to New York City during the holidays. Already experienced those cherished traditions like the Rockefeller Tree, the Rockettes, ice skating in Central Park, or The Nutcracker at Lincoln Center? Follow our guide to make a few of your own.
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It may be smaller than St. Kitts, but Nevis holds its own. The birthplace of Alexander Hamilton is almost perfectly round, with gentle slopes rising to the peak of its dormant volcano, and the island is known for its historic inns and top-drawer resorts. Set up camp at the Four Seasons Resort Nevis for easy access to Pinney’s Beach, a favorite for both families with kids, and travelers seeking a calm respite.
There are winter wonderlands, and then there is Iceland. With a combination of snow-covered mountains, frozen beaches, and dazzling northern lights displays, this icy nation affords some of the best winter vacations on the planet. And when the time comes to warm up, can you really do much better than a soak in the Blue Lagoon?
Isla Mujeres, Mexico
While often thought of as a side trip from Cancún, Isla Mujeres is a destination is its own right. The main beach of Playa Norte is made of crushed coral, has warm shallow waters, and is much quieter than the beaches across the bay. Scuba enthusiasts should take note: The island is home to the largest concentration of whale sharks on the planet.
Winter is a great time to visit Dubai, thanks to pleasant temperatures that hover in the 60s and 70s. That means you can spend plenty of time outdoors, taking sightseeing tours, riding through the desert, and lounging on the beaches. We’ll also take any chance we can get to stay at ME Dubai, a true architectural wonder (it was designed by Zaha Hadid) that opened its doors in 2020.
Raja Ampat, Indonesia
Located off the coast of West Papua, the Raja Ampat archipelago is a scuba diver’s dream with its blue channels and biodiverse reefs. You can expect to see everything from sperm whales to giant hawksbill turtles, plus about 1,300 species of colorful coral-dwelling fish. Above the water’s surface, you’ll find a lush, jungle-like setting resembling a Jurassic Park movie still.
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Jackson Hole, Wyoming
This Teton-ringed valley is a true winter wonderland. Of course, it helps if you want to spend most of your time skiing—Jackson Hole is known for its 3,000 acres of both accessible backcountry terrain and challenging vertical slopes. But even if you don’t want to hit the powder, you can still indulge in après-ski diversions in both Teton Village and the town of Jackson. And let’s face it: Any excuse to cozy up in Caldera House is valid.
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Climate and weather in Tenerife in April
During the day in Tenerife in April, the average air temperature is +21 °C, and in the evening +18 °C. The data is obtained according to our Tenerife weather archive.
- clear – 12 days overcast – 18 days
- average wind speed is 3 (m/s)
- 759 millimeters of mercury
- rain / snow / hail – 2 days
Weather in Tenerife Weather for the week weather for 14 days a month
climate for months and seasons
- July July 900 July July July 9003 July July 9003
Average temperature in Tenerife in April by year
Average daily and evening temperature in Tenerife in April by year for the period from 2002 to 2012. Number of cloudy and clear days, pressure and wind speed.
|Tempering0095|| Blood pressure
| Wind speed
|Overcast – 26 days|
| Clear – 5 days
Overcast – 25 days
| Clear – 17 days
Overcast – 13 days