Tenerife

The island of eternal spring

With sun all year round and mild temperatures, the island of Tenerife is considered a natural jewel anchored in the Atlantic. Its capital is Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and it is one of the main European and international tourist destinations.

Puerto de la Cruz

A balcony facing the Atlantic

Puerto de la Cruz, the city with a town-like feel located at the foot of Mount Teide, in the Valley of Oratova, where its wine culture brings the volcanic aromas to the palate, combined with a colonial heritage in a city by the sea.

Teide National Park

World Heritage Site | UNESCO

The Mount Teide volcano, 38km from Hotel Botánico is the highest peak in Spain and the third largest volcano in the world. The snow on its summit contrasts with the spring-like weather of the valley, an attraction that makes it the most visited National Park in Spain. Once you arrive, you can choose to walk up the paths of Cañadas del Teide or reach the top by cable car.

Historic quarters

La Orotava, La Laguna and Garachico

La orotava is situated in the heart of a valley and its streets beckon you to discover the old town, declared a Historic-Artistic Site. If you visit La Laguna, designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, you will find a cluster of historic properties in a very small area. Visit Garachico, with its peaceful atmosphere, and explore how a town rebuilt itself after being devastated by a volcano.

Beaches

El Médano and Benijo Beach

The beauty of the fine grey sand and the majestic sight of the Red Mountain volcanic cone, make El Médano Beach one of the most charming beaches in the South of Tenerife. We also recommend Benijo Beach, in the Anaga Rural Park, where you will find nature in its purest form. Magical sunsets and volcano silhouettes await your visit.

Natural spaces

Los Gigantes

For our ancestors, the striking geography of dark lava resembled the end of the world, which is why it used to be known as “The wall of hell”. After Mount Teide, it is one of the island's most popular places to visit. The best way of admiring the cliffs is by boat.