Tenerife; a Spanish island in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa, it is the largest of the Canary Islands. The climate is considered as one of the best in the world. Catering for young and old and attracting both families and groups, the island offers a wide range of activities from water parks to scuba-diving, cycling to bird watching – all tastes are catered for. A visit to Tenerife is not complete without taking the cable car to the summit of Spain’s highest mountain; Mount Teide, for panoramic views of the island. The north is full of forests and banana plantations with a rugged coastline and the south is more like a desert filled with a mix of white and black beaches.
Tenerife’s resorts can vary from noisy and boisterous to a more relaxed style, and it boasts a wide range of restaurants, offering many cuisines, from the traditional Spanish cuisine to Italian, Chinese, Indian and Western and due to the geographic situation of Tenerife, the island enjoys an abundance of fish of various kinds. There is a huge range of taverns, cafes, bars around the island.