Villas in Spain and Tenerife beach

The largest of the Canaries is the beautiful island of Tenerife. Surrounded by stunning turquoise waters and with plenty to see and do on the islands, there is no questioning as to why it is one of the worlds most popular summer destinations, attracting around 10 million visitors a year. Tempting as it sounds, this stunning Spanish island may not be for everyone. Definitely, DON'T go to Tenerife if...

 

 

1. Huge volcanos put you on edge...

Tenerife is famous for its dormant volcano, which is a UNESCO national park. Mount Teide looks awe-inspiring from a distance and if you're brave enough, you could even spend your evening staring out at the stars and ty to experiencing some of the islands best views from the rocky hillside!

 

2. Talking birds freak you out...

Parrots at the zoo in Tenerife

One of Tenerife's most loved family trips is to Loro Parque, the Parrot Park at the zoo with over 3,000 colourful parrots to see... and hear!

 

3. Hidden bays and beaches aren't your thing...

The secret Masca Valley Bay in Tenerife, Spain.

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Not for the faint hearted, after a two hour trek to through a scenic route, but the secluded Masca Valley Bay is well worth it. Explore the beautiful crystal clear water of this untouched paradise, or many of the other secret beaches on the island.

 

4. You think dolphins are weird...

dolphins watching beach boat in Tenerife, Spain

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Tenerife has become known for it's exceptional dolphin and whale spotting opportunities available all year round, with the dolphins residing close to the Southern coast.

 

5. You're not a fan of deep water...

Diving in Tenerife in Spain.

The gorgeous turquoise seas of the Canaries has an abundance of marine life. If you're not to bad with deep water, get set up at one of the many dive schools and experience it for yourself!

 

6. You get sea sick...

Although there is plenty to do on this wonderful island, don't hesitate to experience some of the paradise islands close by. You can hire your own sailing boat and charter a catamaran, heading to the secluded bays and coves on La Gomera or even hop on a cheap ferry and visit Gran Canaria!

 

7. A stunning sandy beach is not exactly what you're craving right now!

Who doesn't wish they were being kissed by the sunshine on a beautiful beach like this?

 

If we haven't convinced you to stay at home, see our villas and apartments in Tenerife!