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Tenerife is the largest of The Canary Islands.
Tenerife is very popular among European tourists in winter, especially Santa Cruz de Tenerife. On The Canary Islands you find Europe's sunniest and warmest winters. Tenerife is the place for all those who yearn for warm sunny beaches in summer or winter as well as for those looking for wild nature, sports and adventure. The northern part of Tenerife is green and lush in contrast with the southern district's beaches. Almost all the tourists you meet has plans to visit the volcano Teide, or they have already visited the famous volcano, which rises majestically and almost frightening 3718 meters above sea level. The crater Las Cañadas is where the cable car to the volcanic peak starts, but it is more than high enough to appreciate nature's wonders while avoiding queues formed at the cable car to reach the highest peak.
Tenerife is the most populated island of all the Spanish Canary Islands with almost one million inhabitants. Nearly half of the population of the Canary Islands lives on Tenerife. Over five million tourists arrives to Tenerife in Spain every year.
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Puerto de la Cruz – Valle de la Orotava
Puerto de la Cruz is situated in the area of North Tenerife, in a valley of outstanding natural beauty. Puerto de la Cruz is one of the most attractive tourist areas of the Canary Islands.
Puerto de la Cruz is one of Spain’s pioneer holiday destinations and boasts a wide range of hotels. It is and is a cheerful, cosmopolitan town, perfect for strolling and shopping. It is divided into the districts of Puerto de la Cruz, La Orotava and Los Realejos.
In La Orotava and Los Realejos there are plenty of country houses for rent, outdoor activities and interesting old historic buildings. (The old quarter in La Orotava has been declared as a National Historic Monument). The islands coastline is stunning and wild offering the visitors absolute superb beaches plus the original Martiánez sea bathing lake complex. Traditional food and handcrafts are other attractions.
In Tenerife’s far north east, the Isla Baja region, comprising the districts of Buenavista del Norte, Garachico, Los Silos and El Tanque, is a peaceful haven in the heart of nature and the perfect destination for outdoor activities. The villages have preserved all their traditional charm. The variety of landscapes and architectural treasures makes it an outstanding an very interesting area.
The narrow cobbled streets in Garachico, the island’s old commercial capital, boast the Fine Arts Gold Medal for its great value and extraordinary high level of conservation. Throughout Isla Baja, small coves and rock pools tempts the visitor to take a bath while the extraordinary Teno Rural Park offers great options for active leisure. It is an authentic ecological treasure preserved from modern development. The most typical lodgings in this area are rural houses and small boutique hotels.
Santa Cruz – La Laguna
From a geographic and urban point of view Santa Cruz de Tenerife and San Cristóbal de La Laguna together forms the most densely populated area on Tenerife. Santa Cruz is the island’s capital. The university town La Laguna is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Both are highly recommended for strolling and shopping, tasting the local cuisine and enjoying a wide variety of cultural events. Talking about culture the top venue is the concert hall Auditorio de Tenerife, designed by the world famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. The concert hall is located next to Santa Cruz harbour and offers a wide range of concerts, dance and shows throughout the year. Santa Cruz and La Laguna boasts with beaches and swimming pools and also offers possibility to visit the Anaga Rural Park, another of Tenerife’s natural gems, making it a perfect starting point for visiting and discovering the rest of the island.
South Tenerife is the holiday area with the largest number of hotels and apartments on the island. The south part of Tenerife is blessed with almost always nice weather and sunshine and home to some of the best known beaches and attractions on the Canary Islands.
But Tenerife also offers the visitors many interesting excursions, including many picturesque small villages which still retains the traditional canary ambience and where the unique volcanic countryside with striking scenery always surprises even the most experienced travellers.
South Tenerife is where you should head if you are looking for shopping, leisure and night life. Playa de los Cristianos, Playa de las Américas, Costa Adeje, Los Gigantes, Puerto Santiago, Las Galletas and El Médano are just a few of the key resorts.
From many of the holiday resorts, beaches and hotspots on Tenerife there are daily boat trips to watch whales. The pilot whales are very common around the Canary Islands and whale watching is very popular among tourists.
Tenerife Carnivals: Carnivals in Tenerife are celebrated in February. The carnivals in Tenerife are famous world wide. After the carnivals in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil the carnival in Tenerife is probably the best you can find in the world.The carnival in Santa Cruz de Tenerife now even aspires to officially become a World Heritage event.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the capital of the island. Tenerife has the highest mountain peek in Spain: El Teide. The Spanish volcano El Teide on the island is a World Heritage Site and also very highest peek in the kingdom of Spain. El Teide is the third largest volcano in the world, from its base.
Puerto de la Cruz is the second largest city on Tenerife. Many hotels are located in Puerto de la Cruz. One of the greatest attractions in Puerto de la Cruz is the Lago Martianez: Series of seawater pools created by the Canary artist Cesar Manrique forms an extraordinary spot for bath and relax in the sun.
Puerto de la Cruz has small beaches with dark volcanic sand like Playa Jardin and Martianez. The botanical gardens and the Loro Park: The botanical gardens of Tenerife were founded in 1788 and are home to an enormous number of trees and plants from all over the planet, thanks to the tropical climate of Tenerife. Loro Park is another tropical garden with the largest collection of parrots in the world, a parrot show and an excellent dolphinarium.
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