As it is an island, tons of water sport activities are available like surfing, diving or windsurfing. You will enjoy the perfect conditions to practice or get a private initiation to these sports as Tenerife is an underwater paradise and enjoy one of the best marine ecosystems.

Tenerife also proposes a lot of routes and excursions. From walking routes along the sea front of Arona and Adeje to day excursion to La Cueva del Viento (Cave of the Wind), one of the largest lava tube in the world, you can choose between multiples ways to discover the islands. You can also plan a boat trip in a unique wooden yatch to explore Tenerife from the sea. This kind of excursion provides all the amenities to enjoy a real sailing and an unforgettable day from Puerto Colon to Los Gigantes cliffs, crossing the path of Cetaceans. Once arrived at destination, the boat will anchor in the bay of Masca allowing you to swim and have lunch on board!

Tenerife, the largest of the seven Canary Islands, offers a wide selection of attractive locations. As well as a multifunctional vanguard design conference center of about 40.000 square meters, the islands offers a multitude of original venues from rustic estates to modern discotheques.

For example, you can combine your meeting with the visit on a vineyard dating back to 1750 and standing on rocky ground complete with dry lava. It is an establishment that continues to create traditional red wine by using both some of the oldest methods and modern technology. The vineyard has a corner especially designed for groups of maximum 100 persons and a second room for another 50 guests!

In a completely different style, Tenerife offers unique cocktail & lounge on a par with the best clubs in the world. Located in spectacular spots and designed in the shape of a boat that is ready to set sail, it is the ideal place for holding events in an original, elegant and privileged setting.

Without doubt, you will enjoy the gastronomy, exoticism and the culinary traditions of the Island through its wine, potatoes, Mojo sauce and cheeses! Mojo is a spicy sauce heavy in garlic which may be orange, red, or green depending on its ingredients. ‘Papas Arrugadas‘ (wrinkled potatoes) are small unskined potatoes boiled in salt water and usually topped with Mojo sauce or served with chicken. Another very typical Canarian product is ‘Gofio‘, a flour made of grinding roasted sweetcorn. It is produced locally and added to many dishes and also to warm milk as a traditional drink.

The wine-making history of Tenerife goes back to the 15th Century and counts today five designations of origin that guarantee the quality of the wines. The climate and the geology of the Island create unique qualities for a varied and exquisite wine production. Reds, whites, rosés… Enjoy whatever you like best!

From the south of Tenerife, you can visit the Teide National Park and the town of Puerto de la Cruz in one excursion. This combination will make you enjoy two of the most attractive places in the island.

The Teide National Park occupies the highest part of the island of Tenerife. It is the largest and oldest national park in the Canary Islands, and the third oldest in Spain. In 2007, it was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO and since then the park is considered one of the 12 Treasures of Spain. In this area is the volcano Teide which, at 3.718 meters, is the highest peak in the Canary Islands, Spain and any Atlantic Ocean landmass. It is also the third largest volcano in the world from its base on the ocean floor, only surpassed by the Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa in Hawaii.

From there, the tour will bring you through the spectacular Orotava Valley falls to the north coast, where is located the city of Puerto de la Cruz. In this city, you can visit the Loro Parque, the Botanical Garden, the Martiánez Lake pool complex, the Beach Garden or the Plaza del Charco, that are just some of the attractions of this locality.

The Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is considered as the second most popular and internationally known carnival in the world, after those held in Rio de Janeiro. In fact, the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is twinned with the city of Rio de Janeiro for this reason.

During this event, the streets welcome all kind of performances and parades of ‘Murgas’ (groups of singers with lyrics describing political life of Tenerife in a satirical way) or ‘Rondallas’ (small Philharmonics) accompanied by cavalcades, thousands of costumes, spectacular floats, dancers and musicians dressed in their finery.  The best part is that everything takes place in the street so you can live it to the full!

The ‘fiesta’ in the streets of Santa Cruz starts on the Friday before Carnival Tuesday (Shrove Tuesday) with a spectacular opening procession. The party continues night after night around the island until Ash Wednesday and the ‘Burial of the sardine’. It consists of a procession with a huge model fish which is finally cremated. The last weekend, festivities come to an end in a huge ball.