Tenerife is known for its seasides, where you may also spot whales and dolphins. It is the largest of the Canary Islands and is a great destination for a travel. British and German tourists come in their countless amounts annually to go to its spectacular beaches and lively nightlife. It is also remarkably popular among holidaymakers from the Spanish peninsula, especially during Easter time. Tenerife is probably one of many last European paradise isles. It gives lush forests, exotic fauna and flora, deserts, mountains, volcanoes, incredibly beautiful coastlines and spectacular beaches.Tenerife is the island of eternal spring and the current weather is beautiful all year round. Most of the time, the current weather is sunnier in the south and rather cloudy in the north. An average Canarian climatic phenomenon is “calima”, a strong wind carrying sand and dust from the African Sahara.
Mount Teide National Park in Tenerife is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to Mount Teide, a volcano and the highest mountain peak in Spain, at 3,718m above sea level. You can hike or have a cable car to the foot of the final cone summit, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of Tenerife, Gran Canaria and La Palma.Tenerife has over 400km of coastline full of a great selection of beaches, 17 of that have been awarded Blue Flag status for safety, cleanliness, amenities and commitment to environmental standards.A whale watching tour off the coast of southwest Tenerife is one of the finest ways to view whales and dolphins in their natural environment. Bottlenose dolphins, Sperm whales, Pilot whales and Risso dolphins are all resident in the waters around the Canary Island with other species such as the Killer Whale, Minke Whale and the Striped Dolphin occasionally migrating into the waters. It’s also possible to see turtles, sharks, osprey and kestrels.