The largest island in the Canaries, Tenerife was formed by fierce volcanic activity. Towering over the island is Mt Teide 12,200 feet above sea level an extinct volcano.
Located on the outskirts of Puerto de la Cruz Loro Parque is the perfect attraction for the whole family to discover and learn in this natural world.
Dominated by an enormous volcanic crater Las Canadas was declared a national park in 1954, marvel at the huge rivers of petrified lava.
Tenerife's main seaside town resort since the turn of the 19th century. Enjoy browsing the shops, or stroll the promenade.
La Laguna is the cultural and religious capital of Tenerife with colonial houses and convents dating from 17th and 18th centuries.
Home to the largest collection of orchids in Tenerife and Puerto de la Cruz's oldest Dragon Tree.
The Pyramids of Guimar refer to six rectangular pyramid shaped terraced structures built from lava stone. Tour the site, visit the museum and view an audio visual presentation.
Located on the north coast of Tenerife, The old town streets are lined with Renaissance mansions and architectural treasures.
Enjoy wine and cheese tasting at a local restaurant in this village famed for its vineyeards, its goat milk and its cheeses this village.