Let's Go To Tenerife

The Island of Eternal Spring

hotels

You are spoiled for choice on the Island with a large selection of high quality places to stay from Self Catering and B&B to 5 Star Hotels

what to do

There is plenty to do on the reef, click the picture below for the lonely planet guide to Tenerife or our button below for golf, cycling, scuba and more.

where to eat

There is no shortage of excellent Restaurants here. You can dine on fine food in numerous locations, most are reasonably priced.

Who We Are

We are a group of people who genuinely love this Island, we want to share our experience with both the regular visitors and those who have yet to taste the delights of this beautiful all year round location.

THE MAIN RESORTS IN THE SOUTH

Costa Adeje is buzzing with shops, boutiques and luxury hotels, It has an upmarket feel, its waters are home to several colonies of whales and dolphins which can be sighted on that boat trip. Siam Water Park is a perfect place for all the family and the chances are you will visit more than once.

Forget any negative views of Playa de las Américas, great strides and millions of euros have been spent here and the Safari centre with its luxury jewellers shops and an array of high quality restaurants, cafés and nightclubs have made this area a firm favourite with the fashionistas.

Los Cristianos is the perfect place for sunbathing, tasting some traditional Tenerife recipes and swimming in the sea at any time of year. Peace and relaxation are what define a holiday here, great for the family and as a general rule, a slightly less expensive place to dine and stay.

The Golf del Sur is a little bit further away from the night life and is ideal for those wanting a quieter stay. Some great value to be had here and with easy transport links to the busier parts of the Island is a great base from which to travel. It is a haven for Golfers in every season of the year.

At El Médano you can enjoy over 300 windy days a year. The water temperature is warm in winter and summer. Surfers from all over the world flock to this area in the south of the Island. The area hosts national and international competitions. The atmosphere is peaceful and you can sense the passion for windsurfing in the air, making it completely unique.

You can go diving all year round, with visibility ranging from 10 to 30 metres (30 to 100 feet). Diving conditions may vary, but the water temperature is constant and ranges from 19ºC to 26ºC (66 to 78ºF). You will need full diving equipment, which you can get from any of the centres that specialise in this water sport. If you want to go out on your own, you will need a certificate of competence.