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Price and Availability Index Tenerife
Holiday Letting Price Information in Tenerife
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Tenerife. Tenerife is more expensive in January (05/01 - 12/01), where prices are on average £74 a night. Prices drop in August to an average of £68 per night (10/08 - 17/08).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Tenerife
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Tenerife for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate is in December (22/12 - 29/12). Only 39 of the rentals are still available. People tend to travel less to Tenerife during a week in April (27/04 - 04/05) when only 28% of the rentals are booked.
The weather in Tenerife
This is the climate diagram in Tenerife. August is the warmest month in Tenerife with average maximum temperatures of 26°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 10° in February. It may rain 14 days in November while it typically rains only 4 days in June.
Tenerife apartments & holiday homes: sunshine and relaxation
Tenerife is well known for its stunning beaches, extensive natural beauty, and lively resorts. This is a place that invites its visitors to unwind and soak up the sunshine, no matter the time of year. Whether you’re visiting to explore the quiet villages that dot the island’s interior, to hike in the national parks, or just give yourself a well-earned rest on the beach, a Tenerife holiday letting provides the perfect base for your stay on this magical island.
Getting to your Tenerife Holiday Letting
There are two airports on Tenerife: Tenerife South and Tenerife North. From here buses and taxis are available to transport passengers to resorts across the island. It’s usually more convenient to rent a vehicle for your trip, which makes getting to your Tenerife holiday letting easier and also allows you to visit the more remote attractions on the island.
All-year round Sunshine in Tenerife
Part of what makes Tenerife so popular is its excellent climate. Here you’ll find warm weather all year-round. Temperatures hover around the 30-degree mark during June, July and August. If you visit in spring or early autumn, the temperatures are likely to be a more agreeable 20 to 23 degrees.
What to See and Do in Tenerife
People visit Tenerife for the sun and exquisite beaches. As such, you don’t have to do anything if you don’t want to. Just head to the beautiful Playa Tejita, the island's largest beach which boasts clear blue water and clean, golden sand.
However, those who do want to explore the island will find there’s much to keep you occupied. One of the highlights is Teide National Park, of which the main draw is Mount Teide, a huge volcano that can be experienced up close by taking the cable car or by hiking. If going for the latter option, it's advisable to take study shoes and plenty of water.
Tenerife has many more natural highlights just waiting to be discovered. The island boasts many wonderful drives that come with incredible views. Note that these routes can be tricky if you’re not used to driving in the mountains, so consider taking a tour or taxi. The Anaga Mountains, La Orotava Valley, and the south-west part of the island are all great examples of Tenerife's stunning natural beauty. The Teno Mountains also come with the added gem of the village of Masca. This small collection of buildings was sequestered until the 1970s and presents the opportunity for a step back in time, as well as some of the best views on the island.
Activities for Children in Tenerife
Tenerife is a great destination for all ages, and children are no exception. Take them to Siam Park, a Siamese themed water park which opened in 2008. It's a magnificent, modern theme park with many exhilarating rides, including a wave machine and a ride where you can race to the pool against 5 others, and the more sedate Mai Thai Lazy River.
Elsewhere, you can find Loro Parque, a zoo located just outside the resort of Puerto de la Cruz that features a wide array of animals, including chimpanzees, tigers, alligators, sharks, and many others. There are also shows featuring orca whales, dolphins, and the park’s speciality, parrots.
If you’re not at a theme park, you can enjoy the island's natural offerings by taking a horseback ride, going on a cycling trip, or taking a tour on a segway. If you're feeling adventurous, you are likely to enjoy the thrilling banana boat rides. Paragliding and other activities are also easily accessible.
For something fun yet educational, take the family to the Museum of Science. This museum is truly hands-on where visitors can learn about science through experiments of their own. The sheer number of exhibits means you can easily while away a whole afternoon here, as the little ones make their own scientific breakthroughs.
Self-catering in your Tenerife Holiday Home
Booking a Tenerife holiday home allows you to relax and unwind in a truly Mediterranean way. If you’re near a resort you’ll have small stores and larger chain supermarkets to buy your food in. Note that these stores won't be open all day, every day. Many close for a few hours during the afternoon, usually from 13:30 until 16:30, and will likely be closed on Sundays. There’s also a handful of weekly farmer’s markets, so you can buy fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables for your meals. Cook, relax and savour family time at your Tenerife holiday letting , as you share a thoroughly memorable getaway.
Volcanoes and wildlife in Tenerife
Teide National Park
The biggest nature reserve on the Canary Islands is on Mount Teide, a still active volcano that has marked the surrounding landscape with craters and petrified lava streams.
Located close to the northern city of Puerto de la Cruz, Loro Parque Zoo houses species as diverse as otters, jaguars, iguanas and piranhas. Kids will also love the seal and dolphin shows.
The Siam attraction park boasts a large wave pool, exciting rides and a sand beach with seabeds to lounge on.
Volcano El Teide
Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, El Teide volcano is the world's third-highest volcanic structure, and Spain's highest mountain peak at 3718m. Rent a car and start your journey up the winding roads from the city of Medano. Dress warmly.
The dramatic Masca Valley walk features vertical cliffs, black volcanic sands, lava sculptures and stone arc views. Walking shoes and poles are definitely recommended.
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