The 'island of eternal sunshine' is more than a beach-lovers paradise and nightlife Nirvana. Explore Teide National Park, swim with turtles in Costa Adeje and venture through sub-tropical forests.
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Local Tip Try to get there early to avoid the queues, and don't miss the giant waves in the lagoon. You'll hear a gong when the waves are about to start.
Local Tip Why not skip the organised excursions and charter your own luxury boat. If there are at least 8 or 9 of you it can work out at less than €45 per person!
Packing for a family holiday has been likened to moving house! However, ‘upping sticks’ is tempered by the knowledge that you will be able buy...more »
Getting out the beach towel, slapping on the factor 15 and...more »
Scattered in the Atlantic, off the southwest coast of Africa, the Canary Islands have an appeal that extends way beyond their privileged latitude with the Sahara Desert. Tenerife, the largest of the...more »
‘Sailing round the Caribbean’ may be the world ‘brand’ but catching up at a fair lick is ‘Sailing round the Canaries’ from Tenerife. The...more »
The Keroxen Festival has gone mahooosive this year! Every friday spread over seven weeks around 30 performers - bands and soloists - from across Europe will be belting out some of the best tunes going... Oh yes! But there's more than just music on offer... art installations, gsmes and Contemporary dance complete the line up. You can see the... more »
A beer festival with sunshine... the stuff that dreams are made of! For two days you can experience all things German with a touch of Canarian to spice it up. Bavarian Bands are guaranteed to help you shed your inhibitions coupled with some frothy libations and Canarian wine. Entrance is free and the word on the street is that the prices... more »
It's official... Water Skiing is alive and well in Tenerife and to prove the point the Canarian Racing Champoinships are to be held on the island for the first time just off Playa San Juan. Spectators can see the happenings from the top of the harbour sea wall which should be quite a sight even for 'non-aficionados' of the sport. Over 30... more »
"I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake" - Robert Louis Stevenson