Tenerife Coast & Country
Discover the Canary Islands with us on one of our guided Tenerife holidays 2024. With year-round sunshine, charming colonial towns and impressive volcanic landscapes, there's a good reason Tenerife is the most popular of the Canary Islands and one of the best holiday destinations in Spain.
Our holidays to Tenerife offer all the ingredients for a wonderful holiday; an excellent climate, welcoming hotels and superb sightseeing. Tenerife is so much more than just a beach resort. Although the Island of Eternal Spring has impressive black and golden sand beaches along its 213 miles of coastline, it also boasts many other attractions.
Travel to Tenerife with us and we’ll explore this scenic island with our knowledgeable guide seeing the capital, Santa Cruz, the majestic Mount Teide, the dramatic cliffs of Los Gigantes and the bustling resort of Playa de las Americas. During your free time on your holidays in Tenerife 2024, take a stroll through the colourful streets of old Puerto de la Cruz or soak up the sun on the volcanic beaches with the Atlantic waves lapping at your feet.
Our Tenerife breaks offer so much more than relaxing on the beach – but you can do that too! All of our Tenerife 2024 holidays include return flights, full board or half board accommodation, transfers and our carefully selected excursions with expert, local guides – so you can spend less time planning and more time enjoying. Check out our current Tenerife holiday deals now!
The imposing Mount Teide is the highest peak in Spain, it’s regarded as the world’s third-tallest volcanic structure and stands in a spectacular natural environment. On our Tenerife holidays, we’ll take a guided tour of Mount Teide National Park and see one of Spain’s most incredible natural sights.
San Cristóbal de La Laguna, commonly known as La Laguna, is a UNESCO World Heritage Sight and it’s considered to be one of the most beautiful towns in Tenerife. We’ll explore this historic town and take in the wonderful colonial architecture and see its remarkable Cathedral.
The village of Icod de los Vinos on the west coast is famous for the Canary Islands Millennial Dragon Tree, a symbol of Tenerife. This subtropical tree-like plant was declared a National Monument in 1917 and it’s believed to be 800 years old. We’ll get to see this on our guided tour of the island of Tenerife.
On our holidays to Tenerife, we’ll visit Santa Cruz, the joint and vibrant capital of the Canary Islands. Highlights of the city include its variety of museums and art galleries, García Sanabria Park, Plaza de los Patos and it’s a great place for shopping! It’s also famous for its annual carnival festival, the second biggest in the world after Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
To make your holiday as smooth as possible, we've outlined some general information that may be helpful to you when planning your next trip to Tenerife.
Tenerife enjoys an ‘eternal spring’, with year round averages of 20-24°C, high sunshine levels and minimal rainfall. Any time of year is the perfect time to visit this Canary Island.
Tenerife is on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) throughout the year and as it’s part of Spain, the currency used is the Euro.
Grilled fish, salads and paella are some of the dishes seen on menus here, as in the rest of Spain. Try the delicious local sauce, ‘Mojo’, which comes in two versions; red (spicy or mild) and green (flavoured with coriander) and is served with small jacket potatoes. Tenerife produces its own distinctive wines, including the sweet Malvasia dessert wine.