When it comes to your Tenerife Holidays, don't miss out on the best parts of the island.
Real Tenerife Island Drives is about showing visitors to Tenerife that there's much more to this island than just the sun soaked beaches of the coastal developments. There's history, beauty, culture and tradition set in a landscape that varies from lava strewn crater, through pine coated forest and vine covered terraces to coastal banana plantations, rocky shores and fine sand, palm tree lined beaches.
Throw into the mix a culture where fiestas are as important as work and you'll find fireworks, traditional costumes, bullock-led carts, goat filled streets and an atmosphere of fun and celebration somewhere on the island just about every week of the year.
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The carnival party continues on Tenerife with the south taking over from north during the second half of the month. Our best of March fiestas & festivals tells you which southern resorts dress up and have fun this month as well as where the island's wailing widows will be eating tapas...
Tenerife’s countryside boasts an incredible variety of different terrains and scenery. With fascinating routes through dense forests, plunging ravines, ‘other worldly’ volcanic landscapes and unspoiled coastlines, Tenerife is a walker’s paradise. With year round sunshine to accompany you, why not check out some Tenerife flights and take to the hills. Discover the best of Tenerife’s great outdoors with our guides to the places to go walking and hiking on Tenerife.
The authors of Real Tenerife Island Drives are pleased to announce the publication of ‘The Real Tenerife - The Insiders' Guide to Tenerife’.
200 pages crammed with in-depth reviews of towns, villages, hotels, restaurants and bars as well as the island’s history, culture, traditions, food and drink, language, climate and an extensive calendar of fiestas. Ideal for quick visits, holidays, temporary residence and a whole lifetime of enjoying the best of what Tenerife has to offer.
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What do we think of in March? Hillsides covered with a dazzling display of wild flowers. Last year produced the most flamboyant display we've seen in ten years on the island. Walking routes on Tenerife took much longer than usual to complete as we stopped to admire views that were transformed from merely stunning to heart-achingly beautiful thanks to carpets of flowers. This shot comes from the Teno Mountains with La Gomera getting into the scene across the twinkling sea.
On Tenerife, the ratio of altitude (sea level to 3718 metres) to surface area (86km long, 56km wide) provides a multitude of micro-climates, and the volcanic make-up of the land offers unrivalled drama in its scenery.
With 'Island Drives' you can move through spectacular landscapes from snow to sunbathing in a half day journey.
Packed with information, anecdotes and stunning photographs, Island Drives is your key for unforgettable holidays in Tenerife.
All that's left now is to order your copy of Island Drives, book your Tenerife Holidays and prepare to discover a vibrant, fascinating and friendly island rich in history and culture.
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When it comes to reliable information about Tenerife, the team here at Island Drives are constantly travelling the island to parts that visitors and even most residents never see, trekking along goat trails in the mountains, treading the streets of every town and village, revelling at fiestas until dawn -all in the name of research.
In the About Tenerife pages we share some of our extensive personal knowledge of the island of Tenerife.
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