There is so much to see and do on a Tenerife villa holiday. Referred to as ‘The Island of Eternal Spring’, the wonderfully diverse island of Tenerife has been attracting holidaymakers for decades.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, and is home to excellent beaches which are perfectly tailored towards family holidays, as well as dramatic inland scenery of lush forests and the impressive Mount Teide – the highest point in all of Spain. Our villas in Tenerife are located in the Southern half of the island in the well-established resorts of Costa Adeje with its boutique shopping and buzzing nightlife, and the calmer Playa de la Arena with its beachside restaurants and volcanic black sand.
One of the most beloved destinations the world over, Tenerife is waiting to be explored. Our villas to rent in Tenerife will take you closer than ever to all the marvels hosted by this unforgettable Canary Island, from national parks and hiking trails to beautiful beaches and the vibrant night scene. All this along with year-round sunshine makes a villa holiday in Tenerife an experience like no other.
Beaches in Tenerife
Holidaymakers flock to Tenerife’s pristine coastline each year and for good reason! Our Tenerife villas are located to the south and west of this stunning volcanic island where long stretches of golden sand beaches are accompanied by a variety of amenities and water sports. For something a little unorthodox, visit the volcanic black sands on Playa de la Arena’s beach which is one of the best and cleanest around.
Nightlife in Tenerife
Take your pick from sophisticated evenings and animated nights out in some of Tenerife’s most popular resorts. Enjoy late-night dining followed by a cocktail or two in the chic resort of Costa Adeje or watch live bands and flamenco dancing in nearby Playa de Las Americas. The island provides so much variety when it comes to its nightlife, which includes traditional Canarian customs, that a villa holiday in Tenerife won’t be complete without a deep dive into all it has to offer after dusk.
Food and Drink in Tenerife
Local markets take place on a weekly basis in many of Tenerife’s towns and villages, where you can stock up and fresh vegetables, meat and fish for you to cook a family feast at your Tenerife villa. You can sample traditional Spanish food such as paella, tapas and fresh seafood at most restaurants, and even try some of the local Canarian dishes such as Mojo Sauce and Papas Arugadas.
History and Culture in Tenerife
Tenerife really is an island of two halves, with the majority of the tourist resorts resting on the south and eastern coastlines. The capital of Santa Cruz de Tenerife however, can be found in the north and is a bustling city with a historic harbour. Although many adore Tenerife’s golden sands, the island’s inner scenery is no less impressive, which is dominated by Mount Teide – the highest point in all of Spain.