It is not easy to paint paradise, but Tenerife could be as near as you might come. If ever there was a time that one picture is worth a thousand words, Tenerife is the perfect example, with its many attractions :
Yes, it is all that and more; Tenerife is the largest island of the Canary archipelago, situated about 100 km off the coast of North West Africa. This position gives the island of Tenerife all year round warm temperatures. The nights are full of fun too with nightclubs and young Europeans moving to the energy and rhythm of a Spanish night, full of life and expectation for what the night might bring.
Santa Cruz Tenerife Carnival
The Tenerife (actually in Santa Cruz) carnival is filled with beautiful women, breathtaking costumes, marching bands, loud music and a feeling of complete freedom. The carnival happens in February or March, just before the onset of Lent. Have fun, wear a costume, let go of your inhibitions, take part in a skit, and enjoy a spectacle rivaled by few in the world
Los Christianos Fishing Village
Originally an old fishing village Los Cristianos is very much aimed at the visiting tourists now. Although Los Cristianos still has an active fishing fleet as well as the various boat trips and ferry rides that tourists can take from the town. The streets are mostly pedestrianised with holiday gift shops and hundreds of restaurants and bars to choose from. Los Christianos is well known for its excellent fish and seafood restaurants, which are well worth a try.
Playa de las Americas Clubbing
Tenerife is one of the largest Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean and lays claim to busy resorts like Playa de las Américas in the south and Puerto de la Cruz in the north. With an average temperature of 23 degrees Celsius, anytime of the year is a good time to visit the gem of the Canary Islands. Playa de las Américas is the home to many of Tenerife's bars and night clubs, such as Rags and Tramps clubs and bars like Yate's or Veronica's.