Tenerife tourist information.
From the gorgeous sandy beaches in the south, to the dramatic lunar landscape of Mount Teide, the volcanic island of Tenerife offers you a rich variety of interesting places to visit, a wealth of attractions as well as some beautiful towns and villages. Tropical gardens, architecture and historic towns are all to be found in the north of the island while the majority of theme parks and sea-based activities are in the south. Other draws include championship golf courses, rural hamlets and an extraordinary world of volcanoes.
Unesco World Heritage site comprising a 10-mile-wide volcanic crater which dominates the centre of the island. At its heart, the Mount Teide volcano rises to 3,718m above sea level, making it Spain’s highest peak. A cable car takes visitors 1,200m above the crater floor to mesmerising views over much of the Canarian archipelago.