Guimar is one of the oldest towns in Tenerife and is best known for its pyramids. Next to the large area with the pyramids is a museum that you can visit.
Teide National Park
It is a mandatory excursion on the agenda of who visits Tenerife. The Teide National Park. Unlike many other wonders of the world, it is easily accessible and easily accessible. Above the unique volcanic landscape with craters and petrified lava flows, the impressive silhouette of the 3718 m high Teide towers.
Natural swimmingpool of Garachico
Bathing in the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic is always a pleasure, but the experience becomes unforgettable when you bathe in one of the many natural pools in the Canary Islands. The archipelago is particularly rich in these natural resources, including these types of pools, which are all full of charm and so beautiful that it is impressive.
The natural pools are stationary pools that are filled with seawater due to their natural structure, without human intervention. Only the stairs, steps or trampolines have been made by man. That is why it is a mandatory visit for all visitors who, in addition to a refreshing dip, also seek the perfection of the authentic and natural.
Playa el Bollullo
This secluded, beautiful stone bay with its fine black sand beach, a nice little bar, high waves and a young crowd is an attractive summer beach - especially popular with the young and young. In winter, the audience is a bit older and it is a lot quieter. Playa Bollullo is also an interesting place for surfers, especially for bodyboarders.
Playa San Marcos
The fine black sand and good bathing conditions all year round invite you to relax. The somewhat worn and aging flair of the beach has something unexpectedly beautiful about it. The best place to stop for a nice fish menu, for example in the traditional restaurant Amarca, and combine your stay with a dip in the cool water.
Playa el Duque
With incredible turquoise water and golden sand, Playa del Duque beach is ideal for enjoying a lovely swim on a fantastic beach day with the whole family. This beach is located in the tourist zone of Costa Adeje, in the south of Tenerife, surrounded by a seafront promenade that connects it to more than eight nearby beaches.
Loro Parque Zoo is a particularly beautifully landscaped park where you can enjoy good shows with sea lions, killer whales and dolphins. Sustainability and the environment are central in this park.
This is the perfect choice for travelers who want to discover Tenerife in a fun and adventurous way. Swap busy tour buses for a self-drive buggy tour, with a guide showing the way. Choose from three set routes, including Teide National Park, the scenic route between Las Americas and La Caleta and the coast road to Los Gigantes and Las Americas.
Costa Adeje is home to the best water amusement park in the world: Siam Water Park. The water park has a Siamese theme and there are a number of spectacular rides and attractions, including a wave pool with the highest "wave pool waves" in the world, as well as the longest "slow river" in the world.
According to many, mountain biking is the undiscovered sport in Tenerife. The mountainous terrain is ideal for cycling trips on the BMX. During the winter months - when the temperature on the island is still quite pleasant - the conditions are very good for mountain biking.
If you are a fan of diving, snorkeling and surfing, you will literally feel like a fish in the water in Tenerife. Everywhere on the island you can enjoy swimming and the tourist Playa des Américas is a surfer's paradise, where especially surfers can indulge.
Diving in Tenerife
You can dive in Tenerife all year round. Due to the volcanic nature, Tenerife has very varied underwater landscapes here. Montaña Amarilla, for example, is a dive site where the landscape changes completely every 20 meters. The fauna and flora underwater is very beautiful.