Have Some Fantastic Experiences with Your Tenerife Holidays

by Daisy Wilkinson Travel Guides

Visited by more than 6 million tourists annually, Tenerife is the largest of all the Canary Islands. It also hosts the Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which is among the largest carnivals in the world. Although it has achieved tremendous popularity for its gorgeous beaches and clubbing scene, you can discover some areas that have vast expanses of natural beauty upon moving away from the crowded tourist spots. You'll also get the chance to visit some serene villages and ancient towns during your time spent on this Spanish island.

You can enjoy your Tenerife holidays at any time during the year as it offers pleasant climatic conditions for most of its tourists irrespective of the seasons. Summers are hot and dry with maximum temperatures that rarely rise beyond 28-Degree Celsius. You'd like to spend most of your time on the beaches in this season under the warm rays of the sun. The island experiences milder temperatures and a sunny atmosphere during autumn. In winter, the daytime temperatures can drop to around 20-Degree Celsius. Tenerife experiences about 8 hours of warm sunshine with pleasant temperatures every day from March until May.

While holidaying in this Spanish island, you'll get to explore its popular attractions. Among them is Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that comprises a volcanic crater with a width of 10 miles. It is centred on the highest peak in Spain, Mount Teide. Yet another fabulous place worth visiting is Anaga Rural Park, which is a protected natural park located in the Anaga Mountains. It was declared a biosphere reserve in 2015. Don't forget to explore a pale-sand beach called Playa del Duque, which is a great place to unwind after busy sightseeing schedules. You'll also be amazed upon visiting Cueva del Viento, which one of the largest volcanic tubes in the world.

During your holidays in this part of the world, you can also indulge in some exciting activities outdoors. One of them is a dolphin or whale watching tour on a chartered boat, which allows you to watch the whales and dolphins in action. The waters surrounding the island are also home to some fantastic marine life and you can explore some of the attractive species with the help of snorkelling tours. If you wish to go hiking, you can take the Pico Teide trail to explore the natural beauty of Teide National Park with a hike of about 5 miles.

The holidays spent in Tenerife also give you the chance to taste some of the delicious dishes that are commonly eaten on this Spanish island. One of them is Potaje de Berros, which is prepared using watercress and would be an excellent option for vegetarians. Another delectable treat you can relish is Carne con Papas made using meat and potatoes and flavoured by a sauce that uses spices, garlic, herbs, tomatoes, and other ingredients in its preparation. Cazuela de Pescado is another savoury delicacy you'd not like to miss as it is made using fresh seafood along with other ingredients.

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