Tenerife is a destination for everyone, young and old. The climate is pleasant all year round. Here you can travel in an hour between different climate zones, from the cactus deserts and subtropical vegetation of the south to the north of the island with its incredible vegetation and greenery. Along the way you pass through lovely pine forests to finally reach Teide, Spain's highest mountain 3,718 m above sea level, which is snow-covered at certain times of the year.
The beaches are as attractive in summer as in winter and most of them have the Blue Flag, i.e., the highest international water quality.
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There is a wide range of sports activities such as beach volleyball, surf schools, paddle, tennis, and diving. At one of Europe's largest water parks Siam Park, located in the south of Tenerife, children and adults alike will enjoy the cool water slides, waterfalls, and tough wave machines. Loro Parque is the largest and most visited of all the zoos in Tenerife and is considered one of the best zoos in all of Europe. Near Los Cristianos there is also the Camel Park which is more like a farm for breeding dromedaries and other typical animals found on a farm. The whole island is criss-crossed by countless hiking trails.
The cultural offerings are also vast. Concerts, musicals, theatres, and cinemas abound. Almost all year round, village festivals are held somewhere on the island with folk music and dancing, processions where you can join in the traditions and joys of the local people.
Gastronomy has made inroads on the island in recent years. Many Michelin-starred restaurants and first-class food in all price ranges can be enjoyed all over the island. Small typical "tascas" can be found mainly in the villages where you can eat tapas and traditional dishes such as papas arrugadas with mojo (potatoes boiled in a little water with coarse salt and with the peel on) with green or red mojo sauce that can be eaten with both meat and fish. Here it is also common to order one or two dishes for several people and share this so that everyone gets a taste.
The Canary Islands have many award-winning red, white and dessert wines, and there are several bodegas on the island that you can visit. Wine was exported from Tenerife as early as the 15th century. The volcanic soil plus the mild climate is excellent for growing grapes
Shopping fanatics found their El Dorado the capital Santa Cruz. Here you will find Spain's largest department store El Corte Ingles where you can find everything. There are plenty of shopping malls such as Siam Mall and la Milla de Oro shopping street which are a few minutes’ walk from many of our apartments. Prices are cheaper because taxes are lower here than on the mainland, so perfume, spirits and tobacco are cheaper here.
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