Get to know Tenerie

Tenerife is a paradisiac island, tempting at any time of the year but especially during the cold winter months when the mild weather feels particularly luxurious. The temperature generally sits above 20 degrees and the varied tropical landscape yields rewarding secrets beneath the eternal sunshine. Relax in a chic beach resort, explore the diverse terrain, surf at black-sand beaches, descend vertigo-inducing gorges, eat fresh fish – there are 785 square miles in which to create your adventure. Here’s everything you need to know before you go.

North and south are two different worlds

Tenerife’s two main cities are the capital of Santa Cruz and the former capital La Laguna. While they’re less than an hour drive apart, the landscape is dramatically different; the south is desert-like and dry, while the north is very tropical and green. 80% of visitors flock to the south, where endless golden sandy beaches await and sun is guaranteed, but the north offers a wilder experience, with black volcanic-sand beaches, many of which are only accessible on foot. Take your pick.

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