Nothing But Impressive
Over the 7 Canary Islands, just under half of the whole population live on Tenerife. While each of the canary islands have their own micro climates, Tenerife stays at a fantastic 20 degrees all year round, a perfect temp to check out Tenerife’s famous black sand beaches, this curious pigment of sand comes from the the colour of the fine, volcanic sand.
'Shakespeare mentioned Canarian wine in two of his works, The Merry Wives of Windsor and Henry IV. Every year he was given a barrel of Tenerife’s Malmsey wine as part of his salary.'
Head to the island’s famous Siam Park, the biggest waterpark in Europe, which currently holds 7 world records. Create your own cocktails with the help of professional mixologists, showing you the secrets of the trade to make your favourite drinks and timeless classics.
Experience the la calma before the storm and rejuvenate with relaxing treatments at Tenerife’s best spas.
'Tenerife’s Teide National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the second most visited park in the entire world.'