Averaging a mild 20C in winter, and a balmy 28C in summer, Tenerife’s temperate climate draws visitors year round. And thanks to its status as the biggest of the Canaries, this island of eternal spring has plenty of activities to offer new and returning holidaymakers.
One of Tenerife’s biggest draws is its sandy beaches, with some 43 miles of it dotted around the island for those who just want to fly and flop. Its location just off the west coast of Africa means sun is in abundance too, for those who want to top up their tans.
For the more active, there are hiking routes that snake all around the island, including up to the peak of Mount Teide, the third highest volcano in the world. Or you can take part in a leisurely game of golf with views of the stunning coastline.