This volcanic island offers you a rich variety of interesting places to visit, a wealth of attractions as well as some beautiful towns and villages. Tenerife is dominated by the large, dormant volcano of Mount Teide and the island rises steeply from all directions up to the snowy tip of Mount Teide.
Set in the vast Atlantic Ocean off the northwest African coast, Tenerife and the other Canary Islands are ideally placed to offer the year-round sunshine and water sports. Whether it's sea, sky or mountain sports you want, read our local articles to find out what Tenerife has to offer.
~Things To See and Do, Places to Visit in Tenerife~
~Food and Drinks in Tenerife~
Tenerife has a huge choice for eat and drink, with beautiful stylish restaurants. When it comes to restaurants, Tenerife has an enviable variety. From Canarian cuisine to Japanese sushi and traditional British grub up and down the island you’ll find a plethora of great tastes and imaginative menus.
CHAR Modern cocina & grill
Ventures latest restaurant CHAR is situated in the chic fishing village of La Caleta. Robert NG´s vision was to bridge an urban concept whilst maintaining its historical ambience for a truly unforgettable dining experience.
~Things to do in Tenerife, Activities and Family Activities~
Tenerife has independent shops dotted throughout the city, though there are some streets with more shops than others. There are also a number of specialist shops, including jewellers, art galleries, toy stores, antiques dealers and seaside gift shops, as well as countless boutiques.
Local News from Tenerife
Aena has scheduled 2,188 operations between today and tomorrow in the eight airport infrastructures of Canary Islands. Due to the high passenger activity, the Canarian aerodromes will therefore be key scenarios given the possibility of being affected by the adverse weather forecasts announced for the next few hours by the proximity of tropical storm ‘Hermine’. […]
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Two years later, after the suspension due to the restrictions due to the pandemic, like every September 7, even though it is a working day like today, thousands of people will gather from six in the morning in the Plaza de San Pedro de Güímar to accompany the Virgin of El Socorro in his traditional […]
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The Council of Tenerife will activate this Sunday different extraordinary measures of degree 1 for the forest fire preventionbefore the alert decreed by the General Directorate of Security and Emergencies of the Government of the Canary Islands. According to the Island Corporation, while this alert lasts, the cultural use of fire is prohibited (agricultural and […]
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The most important productive agricultural area on the island will have 25,000 cubic meters of purified and desalinated water for irrigation once the expansion of the Adeje-Arona treatment plant is completed, with the construction of the Brackish Water Desalination Station (EDAS). The work, which began in October 2021, will conclude in the last quarter of […]
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Elizabeth came to Tenerife two years ago with her husband and 9-year-old son. They came from Chile, where they had arrived from Venezuela, a country they left for both economic and political reasons. This asylum-seeking family is one of the cases that came to the program that Provivienda manages in the capital and that is […]
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