"the island of eternal spring"
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands, located in the western half of the archipelago. The islands is also called ‘the island of eternal spring’ because of its mild climate.
The south of Tenerife is where you’ll find most of the popular tourist resorts, including Costa Adeje, Playa de Las Americas and Los Cristianos. This part of the island enjoys very warm temperatures with plenty of sunshine.
The north of the island, which includes the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife and La Laguna, is a lot more residential and traditionally Canarian, although there are a few holiday resorts to be found, such as Puerto de La Cruz. The north experiences a slightly cooler and damper climate than the sun-kissed south, which has resulted in a much more lush landscape with a lot of flowers and trees.
In the centre of the island you’ll find Mount Teide. Standing at 3,718m tall, this colossal volcano is Spain’s highest peak and the third largest volcano in the world. Mount Teide is surrounded by a diverse National Park which features everything from barren alien-like rock formations to fairytale-inspired magical forests.
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