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3 DAY TENERIFE ITINERARY – A Complete Guide
Tenerife is a beautiful Spanish island that has something for everyone to enjoy! Although often thought of as just a beach destination, this 3-day Tenerife itinerary will show you much more of what the island has to offer.
From towering mountain peaks to lush green valleys, the island provides a variety of landscapes to explore. With so much to see and do, this quide will help you make the most of your time on the island.
So, without further ado, let’s get started!
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WHERE IS TENERIFE
Tenerife is the largest of the seven Canary Islands, an autonomous community of Spain located in the Atlantic Ocean off the southwest coast of Morocco, Africa.
Tenerife is known for its black sand beaches, dramatic landscapes, and Teide National Park, which features Mount Teide, the highest point in Spain.
Click here for an interactive map of Tenerife.
BEST TIME TO VISIT
The island has a subtropical climate with warm weather all year round, however, the best months to visit Tenerife are from April to June or from September to December when the weather is mild and there are fewer tourists.
TENERIFE IN SUMMER
The average temperature in Tenerife in summer is 29°C, with highs of up to 44°C. While it’s certainly hotter than the winter months, you will want to consider the crowds as Tenerife gets very busy in the summer.
TENERIFE IN WINTER
Tenerife and the Canary Islands have a mild climate and in fact, are the warmest places in Europe during the winter months.
In winter the islands experience average temperatures of around 20 degrees Celcius and it rarely rains. It’s perfect weather for sightseeing and exploring the coastal towns and phenomenal volcanic landscapes.
VISITING TENERIFE WITH A CRUISE
I had the awesome opportunity to visit Tenerife with P&O Cruises who offers many cruises to the Canary Islands and allows plenty of time to get off the ship and explore.
P&O Cruises has a shore experience program for the Canary Islands and Tenerife, from once-in-a-lifetime adventures to simple, convenient transfers, there is a huge range of experiences and fun-fuelled activities on offer for everyone to enjoy.
The brand new Fly-Canaries itineraries start in October 2022 and the ship Azura will be based in Tenerife for the full winter program.
In this guide, I’ll show you all the amazing things that Tenerife has to offer and which you’ll have the opportunity to experience when visiting Tenerife on one of the Canary Islands Fly-Cruises.
HOW TO GET AROUND TENERIFE
The best way to get around Tenerife is by car. There are plenty of car rental agencies at the airport and in South Tenerife, so you shouldn’t have any trouble finding a vehicle that suits your needs.
If you’re not comfortable driving in Tenerife, there are also plenty of taxis that can take you where you need to go. Just be sure to agree on a price with the driver before getting in, as taxi fares can be expensive.
Alternatively, a great option to get around is by joining a tour. Excursions are convenient and not as expensive as taxis and you’ll have a guide to show you the best parts of the island.
Last but not least, taking the bus (called “guaguas” by the locals) is a cheap and good option, but you won’t be able to reach more remote areas, which is surely what Tenerife is best known for. To give you an idea, taking the bus from Adeje to El Portillo, which is about 1 hour away, will cost you 8euros ($8) per person.
3-DAY TENERIFE ITINERARY
If you’re looking for an amazing European vacation destination that won’t break the bank, look no further than Tenerife.
Boasting an abundance of fun-fuelled adventures, stunning mountain scenery, and award-winning beaches, use this guide to plan your perfect 3-day Tenerife itinerary and experience it all.
DAY 1 IN TENERIFE
Start your trip by heading north to Los Gigantes, one of the most beautiful spots on the island, and go on a kayaking tour along the cliffs.
After spending some time paddling around, head over to Puerto Colón and jump on a catamaran cruise and whale-watching tour. And lastly, enjoy a hearty dinner and show at the Hard Rock Cafe.
KAYAKING AT LOS GIGANTES
If you want to explore the stunning, dramatic coastline of Tenerife, then kayaking at Los Gigantes is a must. The cliffs here tower over 600 meters above the water, making for an impressive sight.
There are several companies that offer kayaking tours from Los Gigantes, so you can easily find one that suits your needs and abilities.
The tours typically last for 2 hours, and you’ll paddle around the cliffs, stop for a swim, and even visit a nearby cave. It’s an amazing way to see this part of the island, and it’s also a great workout!
I took a tour with Teno Activo and, for only 30 Euros, you’ll get to paddle around for 2 hours in a double kayak with a friend or a new acquaintance. Teno Activo also provides you with a drink, a photo book, and a life jacket if you’re not experienced.
CATAMARAN CRUISE & WHALE WATCHING
A catamaran cruise is a perfect way to explore Tenerife’s coastline and see some of the island’s most beautiful beaches. You can also go whale watching on a catamaran – an experience you won’t want to miss on your Tenerife itinerary!
I personally recommend Freebird Tenerife, which is the company I chose for the tour. They offer 3-hour tours to Costa Adeje and 4.5-hour tours to Los Gigantes and Masca.
This tour includes free pick-up and drop-off from your hotel, a specialized guide, and lunch and drinks on board. All this from 39 Euros per person!
HARD ROCK CAFE – DINNER & SHOW
After a hard days work kayaking and catamaran cruising, head on over to Hard Rock Cafe for dinner and a show. The menu features a variety of burgers, sandwiches, ribs, and salads, as well as a wide selection of entrees.
But there’s more… Hard Rock Cafe offers Happy Hour events almost every day from 5 to 7 PM and you can get your favorite drink and cocktail for 50% off while enjoying the rock and roll show.
DAY 2 IN TENERIFE
After a fun-fuelled first day going kayaking, whale watching, and endulging, start day 2 with a visit to La Laguna, a UNESCO World Heritage town on the north side of the island.
Then spend the afternoon checking out Anaga Rural Park and exploring the volcanic landscapes of Tiede National Park!
LA LAGUNA UNESCO WORLD-HERITAGE TOWN
San Cristóbal de La Laguna, also known as La Laguna, is a UNESCO World Heritage town located in the north of Tenerife. This lovely Spanish town was once the capital of the Canary Islands and is now a popular tourist destination.
The historic center of La Laguna is well-preserved, and its architecture is a mix of Spanish colonial and Canarian styles. The streets are lined with colorful houses, and there are several beautiful churches to explore.
You can also enjoy plenty of souvenir shopping and dining options in town while exploring the different squares. The nicest things to do and see in La Laguna include:
- Wander around Conception Square
- Visit Catedral de la Laguna
- Visit the House of the Captains General
- Relax at the Adelantado Square
With such a picturesque setting and friendly locals, visiting La Laguna is simply one of the Tenerife attractions you can’t skip.
ANAGA RURAL PARK
Just a short car ride from La Laguna Tenerife, you can find yourself in a world of calm and natural beauty. Anaga Rural Park is a protected area of mountains, forests, and coastline that covers a big part of the island of Tenerife and is 14,419 hectares big.
With its dramatic scenery and diverse plant and animal life, the park is a popular destination for walkers, birdwatchers, and nature lovers. Here, you’ll be able to hike, get to the different viewpoints and take in the amazing views of the sea, and even visit the terrace fields in El Batan.
TIEDE NATIONAL PARK
Mount Teide, with its 3,715 meters and being one of Europe’s tallest volcanoes, is the highest point in Spain. Climb to its peak or take the easier route and ride the cable car to the top. Either option, this is not to be missed on your Tenerife Itinerary.
The Teide National Park encompasses almost 200 square kilometers of land and offers diverse environments. From pine forests to volcanic wasteland expanses, it’s sure to take your breath away.
There are a few hikes at the Teide National Park and, depending on which one you choose, you can easily spend the day here. The best hikes at Mount Teide are:
- Parador Nacional to Montaña Guajara Circuit Trail – Moderate/Difficult – 4.5 hours duration
- Roques de García Loop Trail – Easy – 1 to 1.5 hours duration
- Montaña de la Botija and Montaña Samara Circuit Trail – Easy – 2 hours duration
If hiking is not your thing, there are a few roadside viewpoints throughout the national park, and my personal favorite is Valle de Ucanca viewpoint which over looks a Mars-esque landscape!
To sum up, if you’re willing to spice up your Tenerife excursions, Tiede National Park is a must.
DAY 3 IN TENERIFE
For the last day of your 3-day itinerary, start the morning exploring Garachico Village, a quaint town on the north coast of the island known for its black lava beaches and colonial architecture.
Then for lunch, make your way to El Calderito de La Abuela, an unmissable dining experience in Tenerife. And lastly, end the day on the golden shores of Playa de Las Teresitas.
For an alternate option on day 3, you could spend an entire day at Siam Park Water Kingdom, rated as the #1 waterpark in the world 8 consecutive times!
Founded in the 15th century by Cristobal de Ponte, a Genoese banker, Garachico is a lovely town located about 1 hour away from Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Costa Adeje.
The town is situated on a rocky coastline, and is known for its black lava beaches and stunning naturally formed rock pools. In addition, Garachico is home to a number of important historical sites, including the Fortress of San Miguel, a 16th-century fort and Plaza de la Libertad where you can chill and sip on a drink.
The town is a popular tourist destination on Tenerife, and is well-known for its relaxed atmosphere and stunning natural beauty.
EL CALDERITO DE LA ABUELA
El Calderito de La Abuela is not just a restaurant, it’s an experience not to be missed in Tenerife! Run by the Torres brothers Fabian and Mario, they enjoy their work as much as their customers enjoy their dishes and the atmosphere of their restaurant in the north of Tenerife.
Come and try the delicious Canarian cuisine dishes and specialties from the area, paired with a nice glass of wine and incredible views over Orotava Valley and the sea.
PLAYA DE LAS TERESITAS
The turquoise waters of Playa de Las Teresitas in Tenerife are a sight to behold. The golden sand and palm trees create a postcard-perfect setting, and the gentle waves make it an ideal spot for swimming, sunbathing, and stand-up paddleboarding.
The crescent-shaped beach has an awesome view and is a perfect place to take a dip and relax, not to mention it’s one of the most beautiful sand beaches in Spain.
You’ll also find numerous beach bars along the shoreline to grab a refreshing cocktail and something to nibble on.
SIAM PARK WATER KINGDOM
Siam Park is one of the most popular attractions in Tenerife, and it’s easy to see why. With its theme inspired by Thailand (hence its name), sprawling grounds, dramatic slides, and lush landscaping, the park has something for everyone.
You can cool off in the lazy Mai Thai river, take a spin on the Mekong Rapids, or slide down the Tower of Power.
For those looking for a more relaxed experience, there are plenty of sun loungers dotted around the park where you can soak up the Canary Island sun. You’ll also find restaurants and bars inside the park.
All in all, whether you’re young and traveling with friends or a family with kids, Siam Park is one of the best places to visit in Tenerife.
WHERE TO STAY IN TENERIFE
Tenerife has hundreds of accommodations to choose from, so I have narrowed it down to a few of the best places to stay to suit the needs of budget, mid-range, and luxury travelers.
See the list of accommodations below that I personally recommend:
LUXURY: GF VICTORIA
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MID-RANGE: OLÉ TROPICAL TENERIFE
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BUDGET: ENDLESS SUMMER HOUSE
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WHAT TO PACK FOR TENERIFE
When visiting Tenerife, here is a list of items I highly recommend bringing with you;
- Sunscreen – the Spanish sun is very strong, so make sure to pack some high-quality sunscreen.
- Quick-dry travel towel – a must for drying off after a dip in the ocean or lying out on the sand.
- Reusable water bottle – stay hydrated by bringing along a reusable water bottle.
- Dry bag – protect your gadgets from any water damage while you’re at the beach.
If you’re interested in taking awesome photos and videos on your travels, this is the camera gear that I use and recommend;
- GoPro HERO10 – the most popular camera on the planet for action-packed adventures.
- Canon EOS R – perfect for traveling, this is the most affordable, compact camera on the market.
- DJI Mini 3 Pro – take your photos and videos to new heights with this user-friendly drone camera.
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Tenerife is a beautiful island located in the Atlantic Ocean and, as you understood in this guide, it offers something for everyone, even for short holidays.
No matter if you’re looking for a quiet getaway, an adventure-filled holiday, or simply some time by the beach, Tenerife has it all!
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Guide to Tenerife, Spain | Cross Country Magazine – In the Core since 1988
- Escape Europe’s bleak mid-winter for year-round balmy breezes
- Best flying from November to March
- Easy to get to and good infrastructure
- Perfect place to take the family
The volcanic landscape of tenerife. Photo: Henry Wilder
Winter thermals and a holiday the whole family can enjoy.
WHERE IS IT?
WHAT’S IT LIKE?
The island of Tenerife is a volcanic mountain that drops into sandy beaches and the Atlantic Ocean. It’s renowned as a holiday destination for Europe and it’s hard to escape the package tourism here. But the industry offers some great bargains and a good infrastructure that paraglider pilots can take advantage of to get great winter thermalling at 24C while the rest of Europe chills.
There are over 30 take-offs on the island, offering everything from gentle soaring to strong thermals. In summer conditions on the south side of the island are very stable and tandem pilots and paragliding schools use this to fly every day. The northern side gives the opportunity for beautiful dynamic flying depending on the winds.
The prevailing wind is NE, and the south side of the island is sheltered in the lee of Mount Teide’s volcanic peak, so this is where you’ll find the thermals. All the southwest side of the island can be flown.
On the north side are a number of dynamic soaring sites, the most spectacular of which is Taganana, which offers 15km of coastal soaring, mountains that descend into the sea, unique scenery and lift everywhere.
There’s also flying from the foot of Mount Teide itself, in the centre of the island. The two take-offs at 2,300m are near the observatory of Izana, one to the north-west side looking to Puerto de la Cruz and one to the east side to Guimar. Both give a long sled ride all the way down to the beach early in the morning or at sunset. Pilots regularly glide down through a layer of cloud; if you want to follow them pack a compass.
On a good day cloudbase reaches 1,600m opening the XC potential right up. Conditions are generally mellow in the morning and evening but it can get strong mid-afternoon.
On a normal day during the winter season expect climbs of between 1-5m/s up to cloudbase, which is more typically around 1,300m. Pilots regularly fly cross country flights of 20km, and when the annual round of the Spanish national league is held here in December, competition tasks usually involve triangles of 50km.
WHEN TO GO
There are good thermal conditions in the winter from October to March, but the best months are from November to February.
South side launches: Ifonche at 1,000m, Taucho 750m, Los Pinos 1,000m, La Aira 1,000m, Jama 800m
Volcano launches; 2,300m
Landing: On the beach
Cloudbase: 1,000-1,300m but occasionally reaching 1,600m to give the best XC days.
HANG GLIDER ACCESS
Tenerife is not really for hang gliders as there are no large landing fields.
MUST BE FLOWN
Starting from Taucho or Ifonche in the south of the island explore Roque del Conde. It’s easy flying even for beginners. Intermediate pilots can then make the 20km crossing to Los Gigantis and back.
Teide offers an enormous top to bottom, 2,300m all the way down to the beach. The spectacular scenery can be enjoyed by beginners. Locals say Taganana is one of the most beautiful coastal soaring sites in the world.
DANGERS AND ANNOYANCES
The island has numerous microclimates which can catch the unwary visitor out. It’s a good idea to check in with a local guide or pilot.
Everything from camping to five star hotels is available. Self-catering apartments offer good value if travelling with a group.
GUIDES AND COURSES
English speaking guides and instructors can be found at Para42. ParaglidingPark is a new flight centre with a clubhouse, beautiful launch and shuttles to take-off.
TAKE THE FAMILY AND RAINY DAYS
With its warm year-round weather Tenerife is a destination for family holidaymakers throughout the year, so apart from the beach there’s plenty for kids and families to do, including theme parks and zoos.
For lovers of the outdoors there is also hiking, mountain biking, kite surfing, and diving. The island has a great nightlife with bars, restaurants and night clubs to suit every taste, especially in Costa Adeje.
In the winter the wind is generally from the NE, with temperatures in the mid twenties. In 2013, locals claim 97% of days were flyable.
Get the latest Tenerife weather at worldweatheronline.com
Budget airlines and cheap tour operator flights head to Tenerife from all over Europe. Book a package with accommodation and they’ll shuttle you to your self-catering apartment or resort straight from the airport. Last minute deals can be very good value.
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An Ultimate Guide to Tenerife (Top Things to Do, Places to See and Eat)
Last Updated on January 2, 2022
Here you can find our ultimate guide to Tenerife in Canary Islands, including must visit places, things to do, typical dishes you should eat, festivals and events in Tenerife with useful advice.
9 Best Places to See & Visit in Tenerife
1. Mount Teide
If you’re thinking of visiting Tenerife Mount Teide is a must see. Spain’s highest peak (3,718 metres above sea level) located at the center of the Teide National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site).
2. Anaga Rural Park
Anaga Rural Park, a stunning subtropical forest made of ancient laurel trees and ferns covering almost 15,000 hectares (UNESCO Biosphere Reserve).
Garachico, a tranquil town on the north coast of Tenerife, declared a site of cultural interest.
4. La Laguna
La Laguna, Tenerife’s former capital city, is a university town offering fine examples of Canarian architecture, art galleries and good shopping (UNESCO World Heritage Site).
5. Whale and dolphin watching from Los Gigantes
Whale and dolphin watching from Los Gigantes, jaw-dropping 600 metre-high walls which drop down to the sea – one of the island’s most photographed natural attractions.
6. Stargazing at the Teide National Park
Tenerife is one of the best locations on the planet for stargazing due to its clear dark skies, low light pollution and high altitude.
7. Buenavista del Norte
A town located on the north-westerly part of the Island, boasting a beautiful historic quarter.
8. Cueva del Viento (“Cave of the Wind”)
Formed 27,000 years ago and with around 18 kilometres of galleries, it is (part of) one of the most extensive volcanic complexes in the world and is the largest in Europe
9. Santa Cruz
This is Tenerife’s capital city and one of the island’s best kept secrets, boasting a beautiful historic quarter and modern buildings including the famous Auditorio de Tenerife (Tenerife’s opera house), designed by Santiago Calatrava.
2 Best Places Off the Beaten Track in Tenerife
1. La Orotava
La Orotava – the northern town (Monument of National Artistic Interest) retains a perfectly defined historic center that is lined with cobbled streets and many beautiful buildings
Orotava festival in Tenerife
Vilaflor is Spain’s highest municipality lying at 1500 metres above sea level, surrounded by pine forests.
3 Typical Dishes you should Try in Tenerife
1. Papas arrugadas with mojo
These are “wrinkled” potatoes which are boiled in salt, usually accompanied by a red and green “mojo” sauce (paprika and green coriander sauces).
2. Quesillo (for dessert)
Tenerife’s version of crème caramel!
Tenerife’s coffee, made with milk, coffee, condensed milk, ground cinnamon, a bit of lemon peel and Licor 43 (or Tia María).
Convenient Transfers from Tenerife Airport
You’ll find variety of great options: hire a car, book a private transfer, take a taxi or take a local bus (called TITSA, the island’s network of buses)
We highly recommend hiring a car and picking it up from the airport. A car hire will give you the opportunity of creating your own itinerary to make the most of the island. The north and the south of Tenerife are totally different, so it’s worth visiting both and seeing the contrast.
6 Best Festivals and Events in Tenerife
1. Tenerife Carnival
The island’s most popular event celebrated in most of its towns and villages, although Santa Cruz hosts the main celebrations – in fact, the Santa Cruz Carnival is the world’s second largest of its kind, just after the one in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
2. Tenerife Walking Festival
An event for families, groups of friends and individuals with an interest in walking and a good sense of adventure. Participants are taken on guided walks through some of the island’s most spectacular landscapes
3. Tenerife Bluetrail
The island’s most popular long-distance mountain race designed for mountaineers and athletes
The most popular street art festival in the Canary Islands, held annually in Puerto de la Cruz and hosting a wide variety of performances (circus, music, theatre…)
5. Arona Summer Festival
A music extravaganza featuring the best DJs in the international dance music industry
6. Local festivities (“romerías”)
There are many taking place in the different towns and villages of the island throughout the year
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Canary Islands: Tenerife Guide –
In the past I was confused Canary Islands with Caribbean. I realized that I’m not the only one. I felt good hearing after saying I’m going to Canary Islands; “Where is it?, Oh are you gong to America.” I think this is cultural ignorance.
Canary Islands is an archipelago belongs to Spain in Africa. I know that sounds a bit weird. There are 7 main islands: Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro.
One of the thing makes Canary Islands speacial is, it’s very cheap place compare with the Europe. Averegaly, you pay 2 Euros for a pint and you eat very well for 15 Euros. Especially meals made from a special Canarian sauce called Mojo, makes dishes very delicious.
Whether it’s cheap, unique, good food or weather, with 12 milion of visitors per year, Canary Islands are one of the major tourist destination in Europe.
Tenerife is the largest and most populated island of Canary Islands (%43 of the population is here). One of the world’s largest carnival “Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife” is held here in Tenerife.
Our flight was to Las Palmas and paying 30 Euros of ferry ticket, in 3 hours journey, we tried to survive from motion sickness to arrive to Tenerife.
One of the most interesting information about this island is, two Boeing passenger jets collided head on in 1977, resulting in 583 deaths, remains the deadliest aviation accident in world history. You have to pass small mountains to go inland of the island from sea side. Most of the year, inland is very foggy because of the difference of temperature.
According to the story, the architect who is responsible for the construction of the airport dies just after he starts to the project. Others build the airport where there is X symbol looking at the architect’s map. Then, they figure out that X means, dangerous zone but the rest.
Capital Santa Cruz
Capital Santa Cruz
It’s difficult going around to the island without a car. So, we rented a car paying 20 Euros per day. Even though our target was relaxing and spending quite vacation, we found ourselves in exploring mode.
The place I liked most was Santa Cruz in Tenerife. You find everything you find and while you are having Spanish atmosphere, along with tropical weather in winter which is just awesome. As you guess, Canarians are very friendly and helpful.
The highest and the largest municipality of the island of Tenerife. And also the most characteristic one with its colorful architecture. You should consider to have hard time finding parking as the town is very touristy. Therefore, park where you find first, don’t forget to come trained physically.
Puerto de la Cruz
Once you arrive to Orotava, you should consider going to coast city Puerto de la Cruz where you can find full of attractions. You can also visit archaeological museum, second-oldest Botanical garden in Spain, Anglican church, castle and a big zoo in Puerto de la Cruz. This is the city has various of restaurants and coast where you can have nice coast walks.
Puerto de la Cruz
One of the things make the island unique is having the oldest Dragon tree in the world. With 22 m high, 10 m lower trunk diameter, 70 t weight, Dragon Tree as a UNESCO World Heritage Site was made in 2011. It’s situated in Icod de los vinos where famous with wine. And Dragon tree is the long-time symbol of Icod.
1000 year-old Dragon Tree and 30 year-old me…
Its 3,718-metre summit Teide is the highest point in Spain. The volcanic mountain which created Tenerife. The mountain I didn’t even know before, is the most visited natural wonder of Spain, the most visited national park in Spain and Europe with some 3 million visitors yearly.
Having this high mountain in a tropical island, gives you a chance to wear the coat. At the end, Teide is the spot where you can find snow in continent-wide.
There’s a cable car to go up to the Teide. The best option is buying your ticket online to not to wait queue. Return ticket fee is 27 Euro. You should go earlier before your appointment to find parking as you can be surprised.
Coast Side of Tenerife: San Andres
Because of the volcanic creation, there’s no sand and beaches are black color in Tenerife. However, you can go to San Andres, 10 km away from Santa Cruz, to find beautiful beach and white sand which has been brought. Maybe only place where you can really feel that you’re in an island.
Candelaria, is a nice town should be seen in Tenerife. The town is noted by Catholics in Spain and Latin America as a place of veneration of the Virgin of Candelaria, the patron of the Canary Islands. Also highlighted in the square, statues of the nine aboriginal kings of Tenerife. These nine kings (Guanches) are considered to be first owners of the island.
IF YOU HAVE MORE TIME:
If I knew the island before, which places I would have avoided to go? If you don’t have many days, where you can skip?
Taganana – North Tenerife
What’s in the north head of the island? I’m telling you: view. If you like to ride a bike or drive sportive car on bendy road, north of the island is for you. But if you don’t like driving, you have motion sickness or you don’t enjoy this photo, you don’t need to spend time here.
North of Tenerife
Mesa del Mar
North side of Tenerife, Mesa del Mar, can be nice to watch sunset and taking a walk on the coast side. The place you can see black, volcanic beach.
You don’t have enough days? El Medano is the place you can skip. Might be gone to see the different part of the island and to eat fish.
If you want to skip more places, here I’m helping you; La Caleta. In my opinion, it’s the ugliest place of the island. Only made for tourist and definitely doesn’t need to be spent time to go there. I don’t know what kind of impression it gave me lol.
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Your Updated COVID19 Guide for Traveling to Tenerife
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Everything you need to know for traveling to Tenerife during COVID192021-06-30T10:39:39+00:00
Can I travel to Tenerife?
What do I need to travel to Tenerife?
You will have to present a negative COVID19 test result, a certificate or a proof document of your vaccination, or a recovery certificate proving that this disease has been overcome if you are traveling from a risk country.
In addition, you have to fill in and sign a Health Control form and download and activate the “Radar COVID” App. For more details check out our FAQ section.
What is the situation like at the moment in Tenerife?
See the current measurements in the infographic below ⬇︎
Do I need a negative COVID19 test result when entering Tenerife?
Yes. If you do not have a vaccination or recovery certificate, a negative Covid19 test result is required for entry into Spain.
The negative test result must be provided upon arrival on the island when you are traveling from a ‘risk country’ as specified by the ECDC Covid map. This test can either be a PCR, RT-LAMP, or TMA test. The result is to be presented at the airport in a control area signed ‘Foreign Health Authority’. The test must have been carried out within 72 hours prior to arrival in Tenerife. This legislation applies to all travelers, including children.
A second legislation applies since November 14th. If you are not traveling from a ‘risk country’ but you will be staying in a tourist accommodation in Tenerife, you must also provide a negative COVID19 test result which has to be presented upon check-in at your tourist accommodation. This test result can either be a PCR, TMA or an antigen test. This applies to all guests aged 6 years and over, unless they can present proof of their uninterrupted presence on the island for the previous 15 days.
In any case, please make sure to check specific conditions of your tour operator or airline before traveling to Tenerife.
What else do I need when entering Tenerife?
If you are traveling from outside of Spain, you are required to complete and sign a Health Control form (FCS form) no more than 48 hours before you travel to Tenerife. After completing it you will receive a QR Code which you must present at the airport upon arrival. A separate form is necessary for each journey and each person and both printed and digital forms are valid.
In addition, travelers are required to activate the Spanish COVID app “Radar COVID” during their stay and deactivate it at the earliest 15 days after returning from vacation. It is available for both iPhone and Android and will notify the user of the risk of exposure to COVID-19 depending on the location.
Who can travel to Tenerife and which countries are declared ‘risk countries’?
Generally, you can visit the Canary Islands from within the European Union, from a country in the Schengen area, or from a third country with which Spain has reciprocal agreements regarding the acceptance of travelers. Of course, this only applies if your country permits travel.
Find a list of countries and areas that require an Active Infection Diagnostic Test for COVID19 with a negative result for passengers traveling from them as a requirement to enter Spain here.
The list of high-risk countries/areas, as well as the criteria used to define them, will be reviewed every fifteen days. The updating of the revisions of the list of countries or zones will be effective seven days after its publication, with the aim of allowing transport companies, travel agencies and tour operators to adjust the information provided to passengers.
What kind of certificate/proof do I need from the test?
The test must have been carried out 72 hours prior to arrival in Tenerife. The result must be provided electronically or on paper in English, Spanish, German or French and must include the following information: name of the traveler, passport or ID card number (this number must be identical to the passport/ID card number used in the electronic entry form), date of test completion, laboratory contact information, test procedure used, negative test result.
Must I have a test before leaving Tenerife?
No. Tenerife does not require a test when you are leaving the island, however you may be asked for one when you reach your destination. It is recommended that you always check the requirements in your country of origin.
Can I move freely between the islands?
Yes. You no longer need to present a negative COVID test when traveling between islands.
Where can I take a test in Tenerife?
You can find a list of authorized test centers in Tenerife and the Canary Islands here. The staff in your accommodation can usually also help you to find a test center near you.
What should I do if symptoms occur during my stay on Tenerife?
If you experience symptoms such as a cough, a temperature, shortness of breath or feeling generally unwell, self-isolate at your accommodation and call 900 112 061 for instructions and to be put in touch with the appropriate medical centre.
Remember that you must wear a mask if you go to any medical centre in the islands and avoid touching anything with your hands.
As what is most important is your health and well-being, if you do not have medical insurance, the government will provide you with an AXA policy free of charge in the Canary Islands, as long as you are staying in a tourist accommodation, to cover all expenses relating to COVID19.
Daily COVID19 statistics for Tenerife
Updated: 30.06.2021; Tenerife has approximately 917.000 inhabitants
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Excursions in Tenerife | Guide in Tenerife
Choose individual excursions in Tenerife in our company. Having lived on the island for a long time, having experience and knowledge, we optimally worked out the routes of full-fledged sightseeing trips around Tenerife and covered the maximum number of attractions.
At Tenerife, excursions to can amaze with their variety. Our guides have been living in Tenerife permanently and for many years, they are well versed on the roads and can easily adjust the route to your wishes. With us, you will get to know the sights of the island as fully as possible and significantly save time for a beach holiday. Excursions in Tenerife are individual and are conducted by guides in Russian.
Tour of Tenerife – Teide Volcano
Duration: 5 hours. A sightseeing tour of the Teide volcano starts from the south coast. Climbing along the serpentine along picturesque landscapes with thickets of cacti turning into vineyards. The village of Vilaflor with terraced fields at an altitude of 1400 meters and acquaintance with the first attraction, the huge Canarian pine. We will stop for a tasting of Canarian wines.
Having climbed above the cloud level, you should stop at the observation platform, where magnificent landscapes of the coast of the island open up. Having entered the territory of the national park, we make a pass through the mountain range inside the old crater with a stop and acquaintance with the history of the origin of the islands.
Passing through the lava rocks and the caldera of the old volcano, we get to the observation deck with the “finger of god”. The next point of our excursion to the Teide volcano will be a stop at the foot of the volcano. Further, the funicular will take you another kilometer, to a height of 3555 meters.
Price per car: up to 4 passengers – 120€ passenger car
from 5 to 8 passengers – 40€/person
Tour of Tenerife – Teide and the Gigantes Rocks
Duration: 7 hours. The trip is similar to the excursion route described above, however, after visiting the Teide volcano, you will continue to explore the sights of the island. The route runs among the volcanic black lava rocks along the peak of Viejo and you can also see the consequences of the eruption of the last volcano on the island. Let me tell you the secret that the Teide volcano is not the main volcano of the island.
Having descended to the western part of the island, we will admire, from the observation platform, gorgeous views of the Los Gigantes cliffs. We will see a natural pool with ocean water and visit the famous beach with black volcanic sand. The last view stop will be the gorgeous beach, with yellow sand, of the Abama Hotel. Take swimsuits and towels with you on the trip, you will visit such different and beautiful beaches.
Price euro (per car) : up to 4 passengers – 160€ passenger car
5 to 8 passengers – 50€/person
Tour of Tenerife – Teide and the north of the island
Duration: 9 hours. After visiting the volcano, we go to the northern part of the island. The next stop on our sightseeing tour of Tenerife will be the “Martian” site, completely covered with pumice. The peaks of the old crater that formed the structure of the island will open before you.
Going down to the northern part of the island, we will visit the ancient city of balconies, get acquainted with the history of the city and the island, see the main sights of the city of Orotava. We will get acquainted with the nature of the northern part of Tenerife and visit the thousand-year-old dragon tree. We will climb to a height of 700 meters, where we will admire the city of Garachico from the observation deck. A city that was covered by a lava eruption in 1706. This is followed by another pass at 1100 meters and a picturesque road home.
Price EUR (per car) : up to 4 passengers – 190€ passenger car
from 50 to 8 passengers
Tour of Tenerife – Two Capitals and East
Duration: 8 hours. The trip starts along the highway leading to the modern capital, the city of Santa Cruz. On the way, we will make a stop in the city of Candelaria with a tour of the church with the Black Virgin Mary and a walk along the square with statues of Guanche warriors. We will find ourselves on the artificial beach of Las Teresitas with sand brought from the African continent. Climbing up to the observation deck, we will see a one and a half meter spit of the beach from a bird’s eye view.
We will climb the serpentine to the tops of the mountains where you can literally touch the clouds. We will visit an ethnic cafe and try typical Canarian cuisine. Admire the slopes of the northern part of the island with a glass of homemade wine. We will walk through the endemic forest, among relict plants and admire the landscapes of the plains of the village of Mercedes from the observation deck.
Passing the village, we find ourselves in the historical center of the old capital of the island, the city of Laguna. A walk along the old streets among historical monuments with dozens of small shops will be a beautiful final point in a sightseeing tour of Tenerife.
Price € (per car) : up to 4 passengers – 180€ passenger car
Tenerife Tour – Mask Village and Gigantes Rocks
Duration: 5 hours. A sightseeing trip to the pirate village of Mask is known for its difficult roads and serpentines, this tour will be of interest to everyone without exception. A one-lane road with pockets for passing oncoming traffic, sharp turns combined with equally steep descents, combined with stunning views, make this route a real test for the tourist, both emotional and physical.
On the way, we will make stops at the viewing platforms, and in the village of Masca itself, you will have an hour walk along the winding paths that have preserved the spirit of the ancient times of the pirate past of the island. After a walk through the village, we will go to conquer the scenic slopes of the western coast of Tenerife.
The continuation of the tour of Tenerife will be a visit to the observation platform at the Gigantes cliffs majestically rising to a height of more than a kilometer. The final point of the journey along the western part of the island will be a stop for swimming on a beach with black volcanic sand.
Price EUR (per car) : 4 passengers – 160€ passenger car
from 5 to 8 passengers / person
The proposed itineraries for sightseeing trips in Tenerife are the basics and we are ready to work out and offer various individual excursions in Tenerife, taking into account your wishes. From nature parks and hiking trips to attractions inland to a nightly individual trip to the starry sky that opens from the foot of the volcano.
During a sightseeing tour of Tenerife, we will introduce you to the island, national cuisine and Canarian wines, help you purchase tickets and get acquainted with the nuances of island life.
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Sighting tour of the island of Tenerife, price € 153, 152 reviews
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What to expect
The best landscapes of the island
We will drive around the entire perimeter of Tenerife, stopping to admire the most impressive landscapes of the island. You will meet the majestic sheer cliffs of Los Gigantes, protruding above the ocean. Drive through the Santiago del Teide valley and enjoy the view of the Teide volcano from the Erjos mountain pass. Visit the best panoramic spots in Tenerife, see the famous black beach and view the island from its best angles.
A bird’s-eye view of Garachico, Tenerife’s first port city, was partly destroyed by the eruption of the Trevejo volcano in the early 18th century. You will learn the history of this place and visit the famous olive tree souvenir shop in Garachico.
Dragon Tree and local wines
In the north of the island, you will visit the city of Icod de los Vinos and see the famous thousand year old Dragon Tree, one of Tenerife’s natural symbols. In addition, the town is famous for its unique wines: if you wish, we will visit one of the tasting rooms where you will taste the unique varieties of wines that are produced only here.
Canary architecture in La Orotava
Walk through the colorful streets and sights of La Orotava, looking at the preserved architecture of the 16th and 17th centuries. Here we will visit the House with Balconies – the famous handicraft center where you can get acquainted with the life of Tenerife, buy local embroidery and souvenirs. After that, we will go to the observation deck, from where you will have a beautiful panoramic view of the city of Puerto de la Cruz.
Tenerife Spiritual Center
The last point of our journey will be the city of Candelaria, where you will learn about the religion of Tenerife and its influence on the local culture. Here is the most visited church of the island, where the patroness of all local residents, the black-faced Virgin Mary, is kept, to which pilgrims from all over Spain aspire. In the basilica, you will learn the legend of the Black Madonna, and in the main square of the city, look at 9 bronze statues of the Canarian aboriginal kings and hear stories about the indigenous people of Tenerife.
- You will be guided by me or another guide from our team.
- Transfer is included in the cost of the tour, lunch, tasting (optional) and souvenirs are paid separately.
- The tour starts from the south of Tenerife: Los Cristianos, Las Americas, Costa Adeje.
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- Start and end location?
South of Tenerife. from the south of the island. Las Americas, Costa Adeje, Los Cristianos
- When and how long does it take?
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This is a private tour , all attention will be on you and your company. Group size no more than 6 people.
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Alexander is your guide in Tenerife
Conducted 693 excursions for 1082 tourists
I treasure the status of a Spanish citizen! There is a local driver’s license with the right to transport up to 8 passengers. At the moment, for individual excursions up to 4 guests, I offer 2022 Toyota Camry cars. I have been engaged in individual excursions around the island of Tenerife since 2001, I represent a licensed travel company that organizes excursion tours and transportation in the Canary Islands. I constantly live in Tenerife and value my reputation!
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are very grateful to Alexander for a perfectly spent day in Tenerifa.
19 Sep 2022
My mother and I really enjoyed the tour. Guide Alexander, a great storyteller who showed us the most beautiful places on the island, literally in one day. The tour itself was very interesting and informative! The impression is wonderful and the places themselves that our guide showed us are very beautiful.
Thank you very much for solving the problem with the prepayment, because it was not possible to make the prepayment on our own. We were contacted by Tripster support and the guide himself and we were offered an alternative and simpler payment method, for which you once again, many thanks!
We are very satisfied and will definitely recommend to friends and acquaintances!
1 Aug 2022
I recommend Alexander, we went on a sightseeing tour with him. Excellent organization – everything was on time, everything was interesting, all our wishes were taken into account. Alexander talks about the history and plants of the island, answers questions of interest.
The next day we took another boat trip through it – everything was just as impeccable.
Thank you very much!
2 Mar 2022
We join all the positive reviews about this excursion and about Alexander, who realized this excursion for us. And in our case, everything was great! Perfectly selected stops, a wealth of interesting information, high professionalism, excellent interaction with the wards, that is, with us, which began from the moment we made the decision to book this excursion until the moment we were delivered to our destination. Full information support for a whole month. As a result – a wonderful trip, comfort, only positive impressions from the magnificent Tenerife! Many thanks to Alexander!!!
Feb 3, 2022
We would like to express our deep gratitude to the guide Alexander with whom we spent an amazing day on the beautiful island of Tenerife!! We found
Alexander via the Internet, contacted him, and did not regret our choice for a second. Traveling has become one big pleasure. We drove through different climatic zones, picturesque panoramas, interesting cities, the Teide volcano, colorful cozy restaurants and viewing platforms. Alexander perfectly presents his knowledge, a very good guide and an interesting conversationalist. In addition, he is an excellent driver, we felt comfortable at heights, sharp turns of serpentine roads.
Alexander and I spent the whole day and it was thanks to him that we just fell in love with this island. He has a lot of routes and options for excursions, and what is very important is that he is attentive to tourists and their wishes! Thank you very much!!! We recommend Alexander as the BEST guide on the island. Tenerife.
21 Jan 2022
Alexander did an excellent job as a guide. Throughout the trip, he did not miss the initiative and constantly maintained interest. He didn’t “bake” or “mekal”, his speech was correct, and this already aroused respect and made a good impression. All our wishes during the trip were taken into account and fulfilled, despite the time spent. No one pushed or looked at the clock.
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9 Jan 2022
I wanted to maximize all the beauty and memories of Tenerife. To that, they signed off with Oleksandr and nothing was spared. We have passed through different climatic zones, we have made historical remembrances, ancient pyramids and hoary landscapes, the life of simple canaries, not imprisoned for tourism. Navit in the minds of the pandemic far away to sing richly cited locations and capture bright unforgettable emotions. Oleksandr, being a cicavi spy and beautiful water, was even more comfortable at the height on the serpentine roads. Bulo tsіkavo and grown up, and children. Too bad!
5 Jan 2022
In a nutshell (because there are many more of them!):
– Alexander led us 2 months before the tour – suggested the route, recommended the hotel and was always in touch.
– In a situation with our route change at the last moment – I was able to find an alternative and suggest a suitable option.
– On the day of the tour, he showed us those places and corners of the island that even a local resident could see, and the restaurant that was selected for dinner simply exceeded all our expectations and requests: it was local flavor and extravaganza of taste, and all this – according to one address. In general, 100% – Recomendación!
31 Dec 2021
Es pat neaprakstīšu detaļās visu fantastisko braucienu ar Aleksandru — paši visu ieraudzīsiet un sapratīsiet. Salas Ziemeļu, Dienvidu, Rietumu un Austrumu puses ir it kā 4 dažādi kontinenti pēc klimata, dabas un arhitektūras. Un ar Aleksandru to visu jūs varēsiet dabūt vienas dienas laikā!
Aleksandrs ir ne tikai ļoti kvalificēts gids un autovadītājs, bet arī ārkārtīgi draudzīgs, rūpīga un interesants cilvēks ar enciklopēdijas zināšanām. Bērni ar Aleksandru arī ļoti ātri sadraudzēsies!
Vienu vārdu — liels paldies Sašam! Līdz tikšanām mūsu nākošajā braucienā!
17 Dec 2021
I liked the tour very much. Picked up and delivered to the hotel on time. In terms of content, I can say that there was a lot of varied and interesting information. The conditions are very comfortable. Excellent driver. Friendly communication.
14 Dec 2021
Awesome tour! Which gives a good idea of Tenerife. Gives a complete picture of the island. We saw different climatic zones, architecture.
Thank you very much to Alexander, as a guide, driver, which is not unimportant. A very comfortable ride. Good car. Thoughtful waypoints. It would be impossible to get such a volume of impressions without such an experienced guide as Alexander. The depth of knowledge about culture, geography and history is simply amazing! Thank you for the excursion!
10 Dec 2021
An interesting sightseeing tour. A good opportunity to see the sights of the island that are usually not included in the classic sightseeing tours by bus. Very pleasant tour guide. The tour fully corresponds to the individual format. Many thanks to Alexander.
9 Dec 2021
Thanks to Alexander! We had a very interesting and informative tour of Tenerife with a wonderful guide, a reliable driver, a pleasant and helpful person. All our desires were taken into account, everything that interested us was told. And, most importantly, we looked at this island with its history, unique towns and nature and fell in love with Tenerife!
8 Dec 2021
Thank you Alexander for the wonderful tour.
Excellent guide! Just a wonderful person who knows his stuff.
We recommend Alexander to anyone who wants to really get to know Tenerife
28 Nov 2021
Alexander is a professional in his field. I liked the tour very much. I recommend him as a tour guide to everyone. He also helped us find a professional photographer, so the tour was also captured in photos and videos.
On my next visit I will definitely book another tour with him.
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Manicure Autumn 2022 [100 photo ideas] – nail design, fashion trends and novelties
We discuss the most fashionable manicure techniques for autumn 2022, nail images and shades of varnishes
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With the onset of autumn cold weather, one wants to walk the streets less and less. Let’s get a manicure! We have prepared an incredible selection for you: a hundred suitable photos of manicure ideas for autumn 2022. And here are terribly beautiful manicure ideas for All Saints Day. And also – a video instruction on how to create a basic manicure at home.
Fall nail trends 2022
What other fall 2022 nail design trends should you pay close attention to?
Shiny nails, richly sprinkled with glitter or decorated with large rhinestones, have been a trend for several years, but everything eventually comes to an end. Fall 2022 tells glitter manicure to be modest, so a polish with small and rare particles of shimmer or glitter is your best friend for the coming season.
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Each season, a certain print comes into fashion: for example, last summer everyone decided to do a “cow” manicure for some reason. This fall allows you to combine the incongruous in manicure – mix animal prints, graphic drawings, abstract patterns and inscriptions. The more intricate the image, the better. For a sample sample, we advise you to look at Kylie Jenner’s Instagram.
Nail art imitating puzzle pieces is a fresh trend in manicure. How to create such an image? This is a real puzzle – better ask for help from a manicure master.
A strict graphic manicure with dots and stripes is a trend that has been wandering from one list of fashion trends to another for several seasons. Decorate your nails in the fall of 2022 with just one bright strip – you should not cross this red line.
The classic autumn manicure in 2022 is quite dark (if not gloomy), but this season, be sure to dilute it with “summer” shades. Juicy blue, yellow, red, green – let these colors add joy to gray everyday life.
Manicure with “blots” is a hit of the autumn-winter season – 2022-2023. Contrary to the name, such a nail design looks neat (with exemplary performance). And very touching: it reminds me of my school years.
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What shape of nails is in fashion in autumn 2022?
If we talk about fashionable nail shapes, then the fall of 2022 will not please us with many surprises. Soft square, oval and almond shapes are still at the peak of popularity. But in recent years, more and more fame goes to long nails of unusual shapes – we’ll talk about them.
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The Rodarte brand is known for its feminine silhouettes – it was all the more surprising to see gothic-inspired manicures at the autumn-winter show. Long pointed nails, painted with maroon glossy varnish, are unexpected, dramatic and impressive at the same time. By the way, a similar image was chosen for the Philipp Plein show – the very thing for autumn, winter and … Halloween.
22-Time Activar Such a manicure will remain restrained and stylish, but will not be banal – you will definitely collect dozens of compliments. Look for examples of such a manicure below.
Back to index . The most interesting trends from this area are in our selection.
Ombre is one of the most popular manicure techniques of recent years. A few seasons ago, the ombre showed itself from the other side: the gradient transition is now done on more than one nail.