If you happen to be on holiday on Tenerife you can escape the frantic Christmas crowds at home but still enjoy a magical Christmas atmosphere. Here are our top 10 things to do at Christmas on Tenerife.
There are plenty of towns across the island that boast picturesque quarters and charming old streets filled with some lovely examples of colonial architecture. These are ten of the most picturesque of these to be found on Tenerife.
It’s August, the sun is high and Tenerife is experiencing its peak holiday season with many Spanish mainlanders enjoying island hospitality. We’ve come up with a few hints and tips to help you avoid the worst of the crowds but we’d love to hear if you have more to share…
Although the ability to speak the lingo when holidaying on Tenerife has never been a major handicap, nevertheless, a little Spanish can go a long way. Here’s Tenerife Magazine’s guide to some of the most useful phrases to have in your vocabulary, or how to sound more Spanish – savvy than you are.
Tenerife may be one of the world’s most popular winter sun getaways, but when the novelty of lying half naked on the beach while the folks back home are shivering in their boots wears off, where can you go to see something more than sun, sand, sea and theme parks?
Some tapas dishes such as ensaladilla (Russian salad) and boquerónes (pickled anchovies) are fairly universally evident on menus throughout Spain, but every region has its own specialities based on local ingredients and the Canary Islands are no exception.
These are the most popular Tenerife tapas[…]
As if just waving goodbye to the snowman and saying “hello sun, sand and sea” wasn’t enough of an incentive, here’s Tenerife Magazine’s top ten reasons to choose Tenerife as your next holiday destination.