You’ll be surprised at what Tenerife holidays have to offer besides the neon-lit towns, big-name DJs and even bigger nights out. Yes, you’ll be able to experience this and a lot more if clubbing is your choice of holiday, and as you are on your way to nightlife, you’ll surely won’t be disappointed by the island’s southern resorts of Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos. There’s a great deal on this island that you haven’t imagined than meets the eye.

In any one of scores of different beaches that comprises this fabulous island, beach-lovers will get their zest. Some island present striking dark volcanic sands that contrast steeply with the azure seas and lush green depths while other, splash with the sounds of shingle and pebbles. There’s also the traditional golden sand, ideal for sun tanning and relaxation.

What’s in store for the beaches? Some showcase bubbly resorts that are packed to the rafters with shops, bars, and restaurants, while others line quaint whitewashed villages or customary fishing harbors.

The island’s mountainous interior will truly beloved by hikers, explorers, nature enthusiasts, geologists, photographers and just about everyone in-between. A sprawling nature reserve that’s home to the soaring Mt Teide,  residence to the spectacular Teide National Park, this place is well worthy to explore. A dormant volcano and the highest peak in Spain, Mt Teide –  can be viewed by visitors to enjoy the alpine-like scenery and vast forests, or zoom to the top of itself –by cable car, to enjoy splendid sight across the island.

A haven for shopaholics, from bustling Los Cristianos and lovely Costa Adeje to the fabulous Puerto de la Cruz in the north are some plastic-melting opportunities in the major resorts scattered around Tenerife. Bring yourself to the capital city of Santa Cruz on the island’s north-east tip for a day’s shopping and sightseeing,  if you really desire to put in some serious shopping.

Most travelers turn up to Tenerife via one of its two airports, the largest island in the Canary Islands. However, there is a ferry from Tenerife to the Spanish mainland city of Cadiz that takes two days, for travelers with extra time to spare and if you also like to spend time on the boat. In as little as one hour, the neighboring island of Gran Canaria, via ferry, can be reached fast.

Be that as it may, when you get there, don’t miss your chance to explore Tenerife to the full this year, whether it’s a package holiday with the likes of Thomas Cook breaks or a DIY getaway under your own arrangement. You’ll surely be in awe upon arrival on the island.

 

 

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