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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?
Unique flavors, colors and aromas: Spanish wines. In Tenerife, the largest of the seven Canary Islands, wine holds up to this promise. Internationally recognized, this area is home to two of Tenerife’s five destinations of origin: Icoden Daute Isora and Abona.
Known as the ‘Island of Eternal Spring’, Tenerife isn’t your typical island getaway. Busier than it’s neighbors, this unique European island is a captivating destination with remarkable geography from desert landscapes to lush green mountains and stunning seascapes.
Our Tenerife FAM last week was a blast! The group flight over on Iberia Express went very smoothly. Once we landed, we had lunch at Hotel Botanico, which was one of the hotels we stayed at during the trip. This luxury hotel boasts the #1 spa in Europe!
While some are shivering bundled in parkas, duck boots and gloves, praying for winter to pass, some are already planning ahead. And lucky for you, a winter in Tenerife is sitting underneath palm trees on the beach with an ice-cold chunky monkey in your hand.
With nine original golf courses sprinkled across the island, there’s something for every taste and skill level in Tenerife. From Buenavista Golf situated atop cliffs overlooking the azure Atlantic with the dramatic Teno mountain range as a backdrop, to the stately and exclusive Real Club de Golf, the second oldest golf club in Spain with breathtaking views of Mt.
Millions of people visit Tenerife every year, and for more reasons than one. Full of stunning landscapes and a diverse selection of landmarks, the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands is a destination where the phrase boredom, simply isn’t possible.
What are Lava Tubes?
If you’re not sure what lava tubes are, you’re not alone. When a volcanic eruption happens, it not only spills from the top of the volcano (as most imagine), but also to the sides. These outlets formed eventually cool off, dry out, empty and eventually form into lava caves.
Looking for an adventure that is once in a lifetime and will give you the ultimate vacation experience? Then kitesurfing is perfect for you. In Tenerife, located in the Canary Islands, kitesurfing is a growing water sport that has drawn many locals and visitors into the water to ride the waves and take flight.