Tenerife average air temperatures rounded to nearest degree C
So, if you are looking for golden beaches or black volcanic sands, a driving disco beat or traditional Spanish music, moonscapes or seascapes, bustling holiday resorts or charming colonial villages, banana plantations or modern shopping centres, then a holiday in a Tenerife villas is for you.
The south is the warmer and drier part of the island and tends to attract the most tourists. There are facilities here for everything from big-game fishing to windsurfing, not to mention caving, climbing, cycling, golfing, horse-riding, paragliding, scuba diving, trip to see whales and dolphins, jets skies, Siam Park, water Park, Loro parque, walking and much much more. If all that gets too much, you could always pamper yourself at one of the many health and beauty centres or, perhaps, just slap on the suncream and laze on the beach.
For those looking for something a bit quieter, there are also romantic harbourside restaurants and cosmopolitan pavement cafes serving everything from freshly caught fish in a spicy garlic sauce to Lebanese and Indian cuisines. Of course, there is always fish and chips for those looking for a little taste of home.