The Tenerife Island has become famous for its beautiful climatic conditions. Many people visit the island because of Tenerife attractions and to participate in the Carnival.
The Carnival festival includes beautiful parades, colorful costumes, music, and dancing. The island has several beautiful sandy beaches where you can see different sand colors from yellow to black. The area is filled with authentic resorts like Playa de Las Americas and Los Cristianos.
Resorts, on the west coast and south coast feature high-quality restaurants, golf courses, nightclubs, and several water sports. You can enjoy water sports like diving, surfing, and kiteboarding. On the north part of the Tenerife, you can see beautiful towns such as Puerto de la Cruz and Garachico. These places show you the traditional part of the Island where you can feel colonial and several restaurants serve authentic seafood. You can as well enjoy native Canary dishes and other local savories. The Santa Cruz is the capital city of Tenerife Island, which is also known as the port city where you can find a series of boulevards.
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Best Known Tenerife Attractions
Tenerife is popular for its beautiful holiday resorts, vibrant nightlife, and blue flag beaches. The Island’s natural and great climate and landscape are also the main reasons why people love to visit Tenerife. Here you can enjoy the Spain’s highest volcanoes Mount Teide, whale watching, water sports, natural caves, and parks. It is the great weekend destination, and people from all over the world visit the place to enjoy amazing adventurous. You will have perfect Tenerife holidays visiting these attractions. Best known Tenerife attractions are:
Mount Teide National Park:
The Mount Teide National Park is a home to Mount Teide an inactive volcano and the largest mountain peak in Spain. Also, the National Park is a World Heritage Site. The Spain’s highest mountain peak is at 3718m above the sea level. You can take a cable car or hike the mountain, and reach the peak. From there you can see the breathtaking views of the Gran Canaria, Tenerife, and La Palma. But, to reach the peak, you need to get the permit.
The Tiede Observatory is located at an altitude of 2,400m above the sea level. It is the largest solar observatory globally and has a perfect location to observe the night sky or the sun.
It is on the top list of the Tenerife attractions. Besides the water slides, you can enjoy Lost City a playground for children. Here you can find, over 120 different games, Siam Beach, and a Thai floating market. A wave pool that has several Thai restaurants and also you can get surfing lessons.