Covers Tenerife island's various villages and lines of communication, from the coastal motorway to the footpaths up Mount Teide. This guide details the island's many beaches, from gentle sandy bays to...
The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife thrusts from the Atlantic to the summit of the mystical Mount Teide, at more than 3,700 m. Everything is right at hand, from cosmopolitan cuisine to bargain...
The Berlitz Tenerife Pocket Guide covers all the main sights area by area in an easily navigable format. Tourist attractions described include the dramatic volcanic landscape around Mount Teide the lo...
AdvantagesQuiet, picturesque and relatively unspoiled. Year round sunshine.
DisadvantagesVery hilly. Parking can be a problem. Maybe too quiet for some. Small beach.
DisadvantagesAn oyster must die to gain the pearl.