Puerto De Santiago, Tenerife, Spain
- 7 Nights
- 20 Mar 2016
- Self Catering
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The biggest and best-known Canary Island, Tenerife holidays boast a diverse landscape with a variety of resorts where you can enjoy the phenomenal Tenerife weather.
Puerto De Santiago, Tenerife, Spain
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The island's proximity to Africa means it shares the continent's scorching sun and consistently warm climate, drawing tourists to its dramatic volcanic sands all year round. Why wouldn't you want to swap some of the UK's winter rain for a toasty week in the sun?
This modern resort is conveniently coupled with Playa de las Americas so you can enjoy the same beaches, daytime attractions and nightlife of the resort while enjoying the luxurious confines of your quality hotel.
Costa Adeje hosts a fantastic golden beach which includes added benefits not seen anywhere else in Tenerife. As well as padded sun loungers, you're offered seaside massages by professional masseurs who will surely aid the full day of relaxation you can enjoy in the resort.
When you're done relaxing, thrills and excitement can be found at the nearby Veronicas Strip or at the water parks in the region.
This phenomenal golf resort offers a 27-hole championship quality course with an unexpected dose of natural beauty.
Tenerife's signature black volcanic sands make up the course's bunkers while small ravines create the water hazards. The whole course and resort is looked over by the massive Mount Teide while the greens give great views out to the ocean.
With great sporting facilities, restaurants and a nightclub on site, this resort makes for a perfect guys holiday with the Playa de las Americas nightlife a short drive away.
This beach resort is one of the most popular on the island for couples who want to enjoy the Canary sunshine, golden beaches and varied attractions whilst being a safe distance from the night life in neighbouring towns.
Siam Park, Aqualandia and Monkey Park are all short distances away while Playa de las Americas beach and nightlife is just next door for those in search of a livelier atmosphere.
If you're happy to relax and spend your evenings in jolly sociable surroundings, the bars and restaurants of Los Cristianos are a great way to wind down the dazzling sunshine days.
Named after the gigantic cliffs that overlook the resort, this gem of a resort is located on the west coast of Tenerife.
Not conforming to the high-rise trends of other tourist locations, Los Gigantes has maintained its traditional Spanish roots and visitors are invited to experience the lifestyle.
The Los Guios beach features black volcanic sands and is a perfect place to spend your day before the sun sets over the cliffs and into the Atlantic Ocean.
The most popular resort in the whole of the Canary Islands, this resort promises a lot and really delivers.
The days can be spent browsing round the designer retailers at the Safari Shopping Centre or by one of the many beaches in Las Americas. The boat trips, water parks and zoos offered around the area provide great family entertainment also.
However this resort really comes to life after dark when the dozens of clubs and bars will keep you dancing and drinking until the early hours of the morning.
Tenerife's oldest tourism destination hasn't aged at all in the centuries it has been hosting visitors. This popular city is home to large beaches, fantastic bars and restaurants as well as stunning landscapes which make the long transfer times from the airport worth the trip.
The location is convenient for journeys to the popular Loro Parque, a great animal park with a wide array of fascinating creatures for the whole family to enjoy. The city is also next to the capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
This resort is perhaps the most versatile location on the island as it really can offer something for everyone.
Known as the island of eternal spring, Tenerife holidays provide a warm climate year round. The winter months range from 13-18C in the winter and 24-28C during the summer.
The island stays dry for the majority of the year but the north side of the island has much more rainy days than the south during winter.
If you're looking to enjoy a genuine Spanish fiesta, Tenerife gets in the party mood for many occasions across the year and tourists are always invited to join in the fun. The biggest celebration is the Canary Carnivals held across the island during the week of Ash Wednesday.
With so many world-class slides and rides it's a great day out for all the family. Adrenaline junkies can take on the Tower of Power or The Dragon, whilst everyone can enjoy the Mai-Thai lazy river. With a wave pool, beach and plenty of places to eat, this park is a great day out for the whole family.
Originally opened as a parrot sanctuary, today the animal park has expanded to comprise an aquarium and a zoo. If you're travelling with kids they'll love the animal interaction whether it's holding hands with a dolphin, being splashed by an orca or chilling in the icy penguin paradise.
This animal park offers a more educational approach where kids of all ages can learn all about the monkeys, parrots, iguanas and more. Some of the animals are allowed to roam free and interact with visitors – watch out for the lemurs trying to steal your sunglasses.
While every resort openly celebrates the occasion, it's the capital city that really goes all out. This amazing week long carnival is held every February and is the biggest to be found after Rio. Attracting visitors from all over the world, the streets are filled with tortillas, floats, elaborate costumes and local women hoping to become the next Carnival Queen.
This dormant volcano reaches 12,200ft at its peak and is visible from almost any point on the island. If you hear the beast calling you, cable cars can take you close to the summit where you can enjoy a fresh perspective on the beauty of the island from atop the mountainous terrain.
As well as the fantastic resort of Gold Del Sur, there are a number of superb golf courses all around Tenerife. There is a special collection of quality courses in the south west region around Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos where the well-kept greens contrast with the blue oceans surrounding the area.