Destination TenerifeDestination Tenerife

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Tenerife has an excellent bus system and the bus will get you to nearly all the places on the island that are worth visiting.

Puerto de la Cruz

During the colonial period a harbour was built in a rugged area covered in lava rocks. Puerto de la Cruz, at the base of the beautiful Orotava valley, still has the same charm it had all those centuries ago. Stroll past the stately 18th-century homes with their wooden balconies and enjoy the tidewater pools of the Lago Martiánez. Watch the antics of dolphins and parrots in the Loroparque.

The Teide area

The Teide volcano is Spain’s highest mountain. Here you will find Las Cañadas, one of the world's largest craters, created by the eruption of 1492. You can walk along paths of different gradients, through pine forests, lava fields, moon landscapes and laurel woods. Many visitors choose to hire a car.

Masca

Provided they don't get dizzy easily, everyone visits The Hidden Valley. The road to the Valley, which runs through a crater, has bend after bend. Masca was closed off from the outside world until the late Seventies, when roads and communication links were installed.

The beach

The beaches of Tenerife offer wonderful swimming, even if the water is occasionally somewhat rough. A red flag means that swimming is prohibited at that time. A yellow flag means ‘swim at your own risk’ and a green flag means that swimming is completely safe.

Lago Martianez

The tidewater pools in Puerto de la Cruz, which are one of the attractions of the area, make it possible for visitors to swim at any time, irrespective of the colour of the flag. Here you will also find a unique lava beach with a garden.

Playa Bollullo

This beach is located just over one kilometre to the northeast of Puerto de la Cruz. It is a pearl with black lava sand and is close to a banana plantation.

Playa del Socorro

This beach, with its black lava sand, is located below Los Realejos. The waves are ideal for surfers!

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