The largest of Spain's Canary Islands, Tenerife is visited by more than five million tourists annually. It hosts Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, one of the largest carnivals in the world. While exploring the island, you would come across beautiful white-sand beaches, interesting museums and old colonial towns. You would also have some memorable experiences while walking through its tropical forest and hiking on the Pico del Teide.
Best time to visit Tenerife
Spring months from March to May and fall months from September to November are the best times to visit Tenerife. During these seasons, weather in this Spanish island is characterised by pleasant daytime temperatures. You would also be able to book cheap flights to Tenerife, as the airlines offer some great reductions in airfares for this season. However, you may still have to book well in advance to get cheaper airfares.
Getting to Tenerife from London
International air traffic in this region is handled by Tenerife-North Airport and the larger Tenerife-South Airport. You can get to this island from London using any of the flights to Tenerife offered by Iberia Airlines, Air Europa, and Norwegian Air.
Hotels in Tenerife
After the time spent in one of the flights to Tenerife South Airport, you would enjoy your stay at Vincci Tenerife Golf located near the airport. This resort is equipped with some excellent facilities like a full-service spa, fitness centre, and an outdoor pool. You can also choose to stay at Alborada Beach Club, a family-friendly hotel that has 285 rooms featuring balconies or patios, satellite televisions, and Wi-Fi.
Popular attractions in Tenerife
You can witness a unique landscape at Teide National Park and get to savour enchanting views of the surroundings with the help of a cable car ride. Loro Parque, a wildlife reserve and zoo, is another fabulous attraction worth exploring in this region. The Tenerife flights offered by Lowest2 not only help you get to this region but also give you a significant amount of savings.
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