Tenerife is the largest of the seven islands of the Canary Archipelago. The island is just over 300 km from the African coast, and about 1,300 km from the Spanish Mainland.
It has an area of 2,034 km2 and a strangely triangular shape, with the gigantic Pico del Teide rising up in the centre to 3,718 meters, making it the highest point in all of Spain.
The wide variety of climates and landscapes in Tenerife is matched by a wealth of ecosystems, each with its own characteristic flora and fauna.
However, there is much more to discover on the island. Besides the Teide National Park, there are other beautiful natural areas on the island. Diving in the waters around the island is also a spectacular experience as the volcanoes have given Tenerife an original sea floor. Golf, hiking, surfing or cycling are just a few of the sports you can practice here. The famous Carnival and the gastronomy, especially fish dishes, potatoes and cheeses and other popular and traditional customs of the islanders.
The high quality of its hotel infrastructure and the wide range of leisure activities are a few reasons which bring thousands of people every year to Tenerife for their holidays.