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Are you thinking of going to Tenerife during the Christmas holiday? We think that's a great idea! Escape the holiday buzz, the obsessive shoppers, and truly get away from it all. Whether you want to celebrate or just lie on the beach and ignore the world, here are some things to know about that time of year on the island.

Tenerife is a place that should be on everyone's bucket list. If you haven't heard of it, and you love exploring new and unique places, you're missing out. The largest island of the Canaries is not your typical island destination, and has something for everyone. It's a place where you can imagine yourself in multiple places around the globe - without even stepping off the island.

While many have heard of the Canary Islands, few have heard of the island of Tenerife. So what is so special about Tenerife? Where is it? How do you get there? If you're looking for a unique island vacation, forget the research, we're rounding up all you need to know about traveling to Tenerife.

 

The Tenerife Wind Cave, or Cueva del Viento as the locals call it, is a unique traveling experience unlike anything you’ve experienced before. If you’re visiting the island of Tenerife, this tour is definitely recommended!

Explore Tenerife's best hiking trails whether it be along the coast, through forests or amongst volcanic landscapes. You'll get the chance to do this at Tenerife Walking Festival 2018, one of the most important hiking events in Europe.

When you go to the beach with children two things are import: fun and safety. In Tenerife, we have a variety of beaches for everyone. In this blog, we're sharing five of the best beaches on the island to visit with children.

 

1. Playa Las Teresitas beach - North East (Santa Cruz de Tenerife):

The Iberostar Group is a well-known, luxury hotel chain across the globe. For those embarking on a luxurious vacation in the Canary Islands, but aren't sure where to stay in Tenerife, the Iberostar has seven marvelous and unique properties located on the island.

As I stood near the peak of Mount Teide, Tenerife’s remarkable volcano, I suddenly found myself in awe. As I glanced over my left shoulder, the sunset of blue sky was transforming into a streak of pink, purple, and then green. On my right, the sun was melting into the sky.

Maybe you’re a cycling pro, or maybe you’re itching to try it for the first time. Either way, Tenerife is calling your name. The largest of the Canary Islands is filled with affordable, delicious Canarian food and plenty of scenic riding routes – which makes it a must-add to your cycling bucket list.

Imagine having a bird’s eye view on one of the most beautiful places on Earth. High above the clear blue waters, green fields and rocky mountains, paragliding allows you to experience the island of Tenerife from a new perspective. While you may be familiar with the word paragliding, do you know all there is to know?