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When: Personally, we would travel during the summer months of June through to August where you can really appreciate the sun, allowing you to get a great sun tan to make all your friends jealous. If you want to avoid the crush of the crowds, travel in the months of May and September when it’s much quieter.
Where: Well, that depends on what you look for in a holiday. For excellent nightlife, head towards Playa de las Americas where you will find Veronicas or towards the lively resort of Los Cristianos. For a more subdued holiday, head north towards Puerto de la Cruz for the cultural side of the island.
Why: Explore the island at your own pace, relax on the beaches, enjoy the amazing nightlife or take a trip around the island discovering what Tenerife really does offer the single traveller.
When: From May to September, Tenerife is at its busiest with tourists from all over flocking to get a good tan, enjoy the atmosphere and soak up the hot sun. Who wouldn’t want to? We certainly would!
Where: No contest, Costa Adeje, or Playa de las Americas are both a must visit for the partygoers amongst your group. Would you rather discover more about Tenerife’s cultural heart? Then visit Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital of the island and let that culture vulture in you have its say.
Why: Because there is something for everyone, whether you are travelling as a group of girls, boys or as a family. Relive memories of days out at theme parks in the UK by going to some of Tenerife’s fun-filled parks, made even better by the sublime sunshine.
When: There’s no need to worry about when is the best time to go, the sun has got his hat on all year! Sport a winter tan or head out in summer and experience the best of the Tenerife heat.
Where: Put the sparkle back in your life and head to Costa Adeje, Callao Salvaje or Playa de la Arena, with luxury hotels and bars to bring out the romance in any couple.
Why: Because of the secluded hideaways and the lively nightspots, Tenerife has everything couples are looking for. Reveal the romance in you in an intimate restaurant or go wild and party in one of the nightclubs.
When: Nobody appreciates children who moan about being too hot! Travel in May and September to avoid having whiney children. You can always travel in the school holidays where the sun is warm and kids will make friends easily.
Where: Many of the resorts are geared towards families, meaning endless fun can be had. Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos are where most of the family friendly hotels are, along with excellent restaurants and a short transfer time from the airport. Bonus!
Why: Tenerife has so much to offer families, from sandy beaches to the beautiful Teide National Park. Do the kids love water parks? Well, lucky for them Tenerife is home to Siam Park, the largest water park in Europe. Treat them to a visit and let them be the envy of all their friends.