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Tenerife Guide

Tenerife destinations guide is probably one of the last European paradise isles. It is a favourite with the tourists, namely for its great white sandy beaches. Tenerife is also the largest island in the Archipelago. "Fascinating" is the word for this island. It offers lush forests, exotic fauna and flora, deserts, mountains, volcanos, sometimes snow, incredibly beautiful coastlines and spectacular beaches.

The Weather on Tenerife changes considerably depending on your location.
The warmest climate can be found on the south and west sides of the island. But, if you go near El Teide, cold winds and snow wouldn't be hard to find

Places to see
Teide National Park
The park lies at around 2000 metres above sea level and in winter snow falls, gale winds blow and the roads are sometimes closed off. During the summer months this arid landscape which gives the impression of having walked into a cowboy movie, can reach temperatures above 40C.

Access to the now extinct volcano is either by foot or by cable car that will carry you almost to the very summit. From the peak, on a clear day, you are in heaven and have breathtaking views of Gran canaria, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro. This is the Canary Islands most visited tourist attraction and must not be missed.

Loro parque
Originally a Parrot Park, it has now grown into Tenerife's second biggest attraction after mount Teide. The Loro parque is home to the worlds most important Parrot collection with over 300 species, an amazing Sea-Lion show, Dolphin Show, Parrot Show, Aquarium with Shark tunnel, Gorillas,Chimpanzees, Tigers, Jaguars, Flamingos, Alligators, Tortoises, Orchid House, Gambian Market, a 'NaturaVision' Cinema and the worlds largest Penguinarium with a reproduction Antarctic climate within which 12 tons of snow falls a day.

Tenerife Beaches
Tenerife has created some high quality, man made beaches, most of a fine black shingle or sand. These are mainly around the major tourist resorts. Most have good access, meet stringent European standards of cleanliness and most offer shower facilities, sun beds, shades and water-sports.

The Cliffs of Los Gigantes
The only way for you to get closer to these amazing cliffs is by boat. Once there, you will get the real notion of the greatness within those walls and maybe understand why ancestors considered them sacred.

La Laguna
La Laguna is Tenerife's second most important city. It is the old Capital of the Island (until 1723) and situated just inland from Santa Cruz in the Aguere Valley amid a beautiful countryside. It is also the cultural and religious Capital, due to the fact that it lodges the San Fernando University and the Bishop's Palace. The whole city is full of outstanding architectural monuments, palaces and traditional houses of the XVII and XVIII centuries.

Northwest Tenerife
The Northwestern area of Tenerife is fascinating to explore. The Teno Hills are stunningly beautiful and there exist charming towns such as Garachico and Icod de los Vinos.

Playa de las Américas
Playa de las Américas is a tourist mecca built in the late 1960's and neighbours Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje. Virtually free from anything Canarian, this is the place for North Europeans to come and party.

With row upon row of British Pubs, Fish and Chip parlours, Pizza parlours and other fast food outlets - this is a real home from home for those that don't like Spanish Food and want to spend their nights in the coolest hot spots and their days on the beach sleeping off the nights

Masca is one of the most picturesque parts of the island and is the tip of the northwest that is covered by the Teno Mountains.

Deep ravines interlaced with lush green flora accompany the winding roads. The road leading from Buenavista del Norte passes along narrow hairpin bends towards the village of Masca.

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