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Set in the sparkling blue Atlantic ocean, only one hundred miles off the coast of Africa, Tenerife is on the same latitude as Florida and California, and shares the same balmy sub-tropical climate. It’s the largest of what – in the Middle Ages – were aptly called “The Fortunate Isles”, now known of course, as The Canary Islands.

An island of startling contrasts, Tenerife is dominated by Mount Teide, Spain’s highest mountain. To the North the fertile landscape is green and lush, with banana plantations, pine and eucalyptus trees, and wild bougainvillea, nasturtiums and geraniums climbing over white walls.

While in the South the sun shines from a cloudless sky on ochre volcanic rocks and miles of black, grey or golden beaches.

The people of Tenerife are amongst the friendliest in the world, welcoming visitors with a warm smile and generous hospitality.

Tenerife has something for everyone, whether it’s lively nightlife in Playa de las Americas, the sophistication of Playa de las Americas or Puerto de la Cruz, shopping in Santa Cruz, the Island’s capital, or picnicking in the fragrant pine forests of Las Cañadas, the National Park of Tenerife.

On the Southern coast of Tenerife, Playa de las Americas is an exciting resort with a wide variety of bars, clubs and restaurants catering for every taste. There is a superb beach and pr5omenade with a host of other attractions including almost every kind of watersport, boat trips, fishing excursions and even a water slide park for family fun! You’ll find Playa de las Americas within easy reach of all our resorts.

On the North side of the island, an hour’s drive away from our resorts, sophisticated Puerto de la Cruz is a beguiling blend of traditional and modern. A visit to the famous Lido Martianez or Botanical gardens makes an enjoyable day out.

Tenerife is rich in history and local folklore, and famous for its lively and colourful fiestas which occur throughout the year.

Managed Resorts - Situated in Tenerife, Lanzarote & the Costa del Sol