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Brits just love Tenerife

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

The British love affair with the island of Tenerife continues unabated.

Round about two million Britons fly to this “island of eternal spring” every year, most of them in pursuit of summer sun or winter warmth in the playgrounds of the south, though increasing numbers are discovering the quieter side of the island in the greener north.

Tourism is the mainstay of the economy here in Tenerife, attracting over five million mostly European visitors every year.

Adeje Tenerife
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Posted by Mary
Categories: About Tenerife, Weather

The healthy climate on the isle of Tenerife

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

Tenerife – the biggest island of the Canary Islands – is located in the Atlantic Ocean about 300 km on the west of the African Northcoast and 1.300 km from the Spanish main island.

Playa Jardin with FlowersThe visitor finds the most varying landscapes on this island that you can immagine.Tenerife is called as well “island of the eternal spring” due to the mild climate during the whole year, that’s why it is a famous destination as well in … Read the rest

Posted by Eddy
Categories: About Tenerife, Nature, Weather

Vegetation and climate

Monday, August 20th, 2007

Tenerife is the biggest of the Canary Islands. 80 km long and up to 50 km wide. The surface area of the Island is 2.034,38 km². Tenerife is a volcanic island, situated infront of coast of Morocco and the Western Sahara. 1300 kilometers distanced from the Spanish mainland. The climate is very mild and pleasant all over the year.Palm Tree Tenerife

In the most sunny month of the year is July with an average of 10.6 hours of sunshine … Read the rest

Active holiday all over the year on Tenerife

Wednesday, August 1st, 2007

Tenerife – one of the islands of the eternal spring! This name is due to the mild and pleasant climate all over the year.Teide Canadas

All of the Canary Islands have one thing in common:
A balanced climate with for us springlike winters and temperatures below zero only in high mountain regions.

The visitor can enjoy a bath in the Atlantic Ocean and a sunbath during the whole year.

The winter month are very adequate for active tourists who like hiking, Read the rest

Record number of Brits heading for the sun

Wednesday, April 4th, 2007

In the great British Easter get-away stakes, Tenerife is leading the field.

According to ABTA (the Association of British Travel Agents) London’s three airports, Heathrow Gatwick and Stansted will preside over the departure of over a million sun-seeking passengers.

And the largest proportion of them will be heading for Tenerife, with the southern resorts of Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos likely to receive most of them.

Spain is also high on the list of popular holiday hot spots … Read the rest

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