• Buenavista del Norte. Acantilado

    Buenavista del Norte: nature and relaxation in the Atlantic

    The geological origins of the island of Tenerife can be said to lie, at least partly, in this small municipality of approximately 67 square kilometres. The Teno Massif, a rocky formation which dates back more than seven million years and – together with its Anaga and Adeje counterparts –...
  • Piscina. Puerto de La Cruz

    Puerto de la Cruz, where culture and tourism come together

    Located in north Tenerife and surrounded by the municipalities of Los Realejos and La Orotava, Puerto de la Cruz prides itself on being a pioneering tourism destination in the Canary Islands. It continues to be hugely popular with visitors to Tenerife. Why? According to local mayor, Marco González, Puerto...
  • Tacoronte

    Tacoronte, a land of wine and nature

    Situated in north Tenerife, Tacoronte is well known for its longstanding agricultural tradition and connection with the countryside. It was home to the first ever Farmers’ Market in Tenerife and second oldest in the Canary Islands. It also boasts the first Designation of Origin (Tacoronte Acentejo), which in the...
  • La Orotava

    La Orotava, a town of stature

    The Tenerife town of La Orotava stands in the shelter of Mt Teide, Spain’s highest point, and it is the only part of the country that extends from sea level to 3718 metres in altitude. Its extensive territory is home to a wide diversity of landscapes offering multiple opportunities...
  • Paya. El Sauzal

    El Sauzal, haven of greenery and salt

    The salt of the Atlantic Ocean and the greenery of pine trees and laurel woodland are combined in the Tenerife municipality of El Sauzal. Situated in the north of the island, this small enclave a mere 18 square kilometres in size and with a population of less than 9,000...
  • Wandering around the heart of Tenerife

    Welcome to the capital of Tenerife, the administrative, financial and leisure heart of the island. Shopping lovers will find the biggest and most modern shopping centres in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, stocked with an astounding array of both international and local brands. You should know that our capital city...
  • Costa de Rojas, El Sauzal

    This beautiful spot on the coastline, nestled within the conservation area of the Acentejo cliffs, is one of the many attractions of the borough of El Sauzal which is well worth a visit. You will fall in love with the wild and almost virgin landscape; and you will be...
  • Crossing of the Teno Massif (pr-tf 51)

    This long and spectacular trail, which follows the PR-TF 51 signposted track, allows us to cross the stunning Teno massif. The walk is almost 20 kilometres long and starts in the central square of Erjos, beside the TF-82 road, taking us to the north-westernmost tip of Tenerife, Punta de Teno, with its...
  • Playa El Socorro

    If what you want is to enjoy your surfing skills, either because you are learning or because you love to see others ride, the beach of El Socorro, in the northern borough of Los Realejos, is the place for you. With black sand, car parks, restaurants and refreshment stall,...