Experience unspoilt nature and enjoy the most incredible landscape on the island of eternal spring. Activate your body and relax your mind in the laurisilva woods, pine forests, volcanic scenery, valleys covered in banana plantations, beaches, cliffs and much more. Discover Tenerife’s breathtaking natural beauty.
The Island of Eternal SpringWhilst Tenerife is widely acknowledged as having the best climate in Spain, it is also a place where you can really relax and enjoy yourself.
The island, crowned by Mount Teide, is full of picturesque villages with many rural houses and small hotels which offer an intimate and charming alternative to traditional hotel accommodation spread across incredible landscapes.
Tenerife's idyllic beaches and numerous cultural and religious fiestas throughout the year also bring the island to life.
Tenerife not only has a rich gastronomy with many interesting dishes using the island’s plentiful fresh produce, which includes bananas, potatoes, cereals and honey, but also a wine making tradition that dates back to the 15th century, when even Shakespeare himself fell in love with the local tipple.
Tenerife’s natural, beautiful landscape and idyllic year-round temperate climate, combined with the trade winds from the Atlantic, lend themselves perfectly to outdoor activities and adventure.
On this island of challenging altitudes, fitness enthusiasts are able to train at varying heights from sea level to 3,718 metres and enjoy a wide range of activities from a hike up to the peak of Mount Teide, Spain’s highest mountain, to reeling in Atlantic blue marlin on a deep-sea fishing trip.
So strong are the island’s credentials in this sector, that the Tenerife Tourism Corporation is launching a new brand, “Tenerife No Limits” under which it will work closely with its member organisations to promote the vast array of activities and adventure sports available on this incredible terrain: hiking, cycling, mountain biking, scuba diving, surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing, kayaking, paddle surfing, paragliding, caving, golf and free diving, to name but a few.
As well as having an ideal landscape on which to practise adventure sports, Tenerife is also home to a number of renowned sports centres with world-class training facilities, such as the T3 in the south of the island.
These natural and man-made facilities have attracted many of the UK’s top athletes, including Sir Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome, Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee, the Team GB Olympic swimming team and Premiership football clubs, such as Everton, Newcastle and Swansea.
With year-round spring-like temperatures averaging 23 degrees and unrivalled accessibility from the UK (just a four hour flight away) Tenerife really is the ideal destinations for sports and adventure enthusiasts.