New easyJet route to Tenerife takes off from Liverpool John Lennon Airport
If you have sun, sand and sangria on the brain, you can fly to Tenerife with Ryanair. Book your flight today to this stunning volcanic island and before you know it, you’ll be soaking up the sunshine! Find the best flights here
Tenerife is the largest member of the Canary Island family and it’s a hotspot for all kinds of sun seekers. Whether you’re a family of four looking for some fun in the sun or a gang of good mates celebrating a special occasion, there’s something for everyone in Tenerife. From attractive beaches and exotic wildlife to water parks and Spain’s tallest mountain, you’ll have a list of things to do as long as your arm!
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Take the family to Loro Parque
Loro Parque is a large animal park on the north coast of Tenerife, not far from Puerto de la Cruz. The park is a great destination for family day out and is one of the best and most popular attractions in Tenerife!
Did you know…? You can even find the largest population of penguins outside the Arctic regions at Loro Parque!
Let loose at a festival
Tenerife’s carnival season gets under way in February, with events all over the island. Carnival in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the second biggest in the World after Rio de Janiero. Just like in Brazil, Salsa and Samba Rhythms accompany the colourful Carnival procession in Tenerife.
Go whale watching
Dolphin and whale watching is a highlight of a trip to Tenerife. The island is the second most popular spot in the world to go whale and dolphin watching with over 24 different species including blue whales, pilot whales and bottlenose dolphins.
Take a selfie in Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the capital of Tenerife. It is on the north-east coast of the island. Santa Cruz's main beach is 'Las Teresitas' which is a fine golden beach filled with tonnes of white sand from the Sahara desert. With palm trees and a back-drop of the Anaga Mountains, it is the most beautiful beach on Tenerife.
Venture out to the volcanoes of Teide Park
Mount Teide is a volcano… within a volcano. Millions of years ago a volcano exploded and left behind a 16km-wide crater and on its northern edge a smaller volcano - Mount Teide. The whole area is now a weird volcanic landscape filled with lava rocks, lava streams and ash beds.
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