Places to Visit

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Tenerife has some very interesting history that will only come to light if you start to explore, spend time reading, and dig deep into the Islands core of unexplained wonders. On the East side of the Island is the town of Guimar. On arriving in Guimar the town does not appear to have much to offer. Quite the opposite as this town is home to some of the most interesting ancient history in Tenerife, the…
The very popular private zoo at Loro Parque is constantly adding new attractions. It all began as a parrot park where you could watch parrots performing, such as riding bicycles; I remember watching them way back in 1982. Loro Parque is now involved in important work to preserve the parrots habitat and endangered parrot species, and raises funds for conservation and research projects. It now features all sorts of animals such as chimps and gorillas,…
La Gomera is an island off the west coast of Tenerife and is the second smallest of the Canary Islands. La Gomera can be reached via Jetfoil in 40 minutes from Los Cristianos to San Sebastian de la Gomera.   People come to La Gomera for the tranquillity, so don’t expect much tourist activity. The only resort of any size is San Sebastian, there are a few beaches but these are small and made of…
Mount Teide: Tenerife’s main attraction, the Las Cañadas caldera and the Teide volcano, the highest Spanish mountain. Dramatic lunar scenery and national park. Spain’s highest mountain, take the cable car up to the peak.   Parque Nacional de las Canadas del Teide: the park around Teide, used for film sets and full of amazing scenery.   Museo de la Naturaleza y el Hombre: the best museum in Tenerife, Santa Cruz.   Playa de las Teresitas:…
Ten Reasons to get Married or Renew your Wedding Vows in Tenerife.   1 To Enjoy Year Round Sunshine The hottest time is June to September temperatures, range from 80f to 84f. During the winter the weather is like spring, but some days can still be hot. You will need to pack sunblock, but the weather can be cooler in North Tenerife. If you decide on the winter months you will have more sunshine along…
Mount Teide dominates Tenerife and can be seen from all over the island, and is a must visit for any visitor to Tenerife. In winter the temperatures drop below freezing, and in the summer if there is a wind blowing it can be cold. Conditions can change rapidly, a warm morning can turn into a freezing afternoon. You should always take a warm jacket, trousers and hiking boots, along with your sunglasses, sun block and…

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