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Holiday in Tenerife – How to spend our week in Tenerife?

Holiday in Tenerife – How to spend our week in Tenerife?

Holiday in Tenerife – How to spend our week in Tenerife?

Holiday in Tenerife – How to spend our week in Tenerife?

Welcome to Tenerife holiday tips for a perfect holiday week in Tenerife

Pictures taken during our guest's holiday in Tenerife by Tenerife - Adventures

What does a holiday in Tenerife look like? What to prepare before a holiday in Tenerife? When to go on holiday in Tenerife? These questions and many more are answered in our articlekben

Tenerife, the island of eternal spring

The weather is always good in Tenerife, with average temperatures around 23-25 degrees all year round..

Dream holiday in Tenerife – Preparations  – First steps 

If you’re reading these lines, you’re probably wondering what makes a holiday in Tenerife complete.  First, I advise you to plan your holiday to Tenerife? What should you look out for? Direct flights are available from the main many cities like London, Barcelona, Budapest, Vienna, Riga, Manchester, Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Dublin etc.  It is also worth looking at alternative connecting flights if you are not travelling with young children for a better price. Look, compare prices and think about which one is better for you in terms of saving time or money. The first step to a holiday in Tenerife is to buy your flight ticket to Tenerife in time or even last minute.

Holiday in Tenerife – Second step 

 

One of the most important question is – where to book and what kind of accommodation in Tenerife?  

Hotel or Apartment? Accommodation with meal or without?  Ocenfront or not? North or South of Tenerife? 

The most popular destination in Tenerife is Costa Adeje and its surroundings, as this area has very high sunshine hours and most of Tenerife’s hotels/apartments are located here. However, the Costa Adeje has become increasingly crowded recently, so it is worth considering whether you can cope with the crowded accommodation or whether you want to relax in quieter accommodation in Tenerife. I suggest you consider these.  Once you’ve made your decision, choose hotels with 3-4-5 stars based on their ratings and look at value for money. My favourites are the H10 hotel chains, but there are plenty of good hotels in Tenerife. When browsing Booking.com, be sure to look for accommodation above an 8 review, whether you are looking for a hotel or an apartment. 

If you are travelling with small children, the pool is a good option, as is accommodation near the beach. Plus, for 2,3,4 year olds, the Loro Park and the playgrounds in Tenerife are great fun during your holiday. The biggest playground, however, is the sandy ocean beach in Tenerife for all the little ones. So get your sandpit on. 

 

Couples like half board as it means no cooking, but some people travel with just friends and book an apartment so they can be together in the accommodation. Tenerife also has the most sandy beaches on Costa Adeje, which is why accommodation is so popular here. In recent years, however, tourists have also started to explore the sunny southern coastal towns of La Caleta (which has become the most vibrant and chic new part of Costa Adeje), Calleo Salvaje, Playa San Juan, Alcala and Los Gigantes and its surroundings. In these towns of Tenerife, you will find plenty of sandy beaches during your holiday. For those who prefer a quieter environment, head for the mountain villages or Anaga and its surroundings. The northern parts, such as Icod de Los Vinos, La Orotava, Bajamar. The biggest tourist destination in the north is Puerto de La Cruz, famous for its beautiful black sand beaches and the Loro Park. 

 

In a previous article we will help you decide whether to go north or south. Here we also wrote about the weather in Tenerife.  But in short, the south is hotter, the north is much greener:)

 

Holiday in Tenerife – Third step – Plan your vacation to Tenerife (but not everything)  

Even in our fast-paced world, it’s necessary to do some research, read a bit about Tenerife, do some planning. The most important question is: Should I rent a car in Tenerife during my holiday? The short answer is yes. Tenerife is big, with plenty to see and to do. In order to get a good approach to the most beautiful places or to go to the meeting places for the programmes, you need to rent a car. Everyone’s idea of a holiday in Tenerife is different, but it’s worth knowing that Tenerife is an island with a wealth of optional activities. Here are the best bucket list activities in Tenerife. There are also plenty of family and guided activites on the island. And here are the best dolphin and whale watching and boat trips in Tenerife

 

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