Tenerife, the perfect antidote to boredom

Bored in Tenerife? That’s impossible! But don’t just take our word for it: anyone who has visited the island will say the same and many have returned and decided to make it their second, if not, permanent home.

There’s certainly no shortage of reasons. Here are just a few, and the figures speak for themselves:

  • Eight golf and two pitch and putt courses, most with sea views and designed by athletes of the calibre of Severiano Ballesteros and John Jacobs.
  • 48% of the island has been designated as a protected area.
  • More than 60 diving sites for experienced and amateur divers alike, featuring sand, rock or volcanic reefs.
  • Over 30 ideal spots for surfing, bodyboarding, paddleboarding, windsurfing and kitesurfing.
  • Spain’s highest mountain, Mount Teide, a 3,7182​-metre-high volcano in Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which can be climbed on foot.

However, Tenerife is also about relaxation and leisure

Whether or not you like sports, Tenerife is the place for you.

The island boasts more than 67 kilometres of beach, 20 natural swimming pools, 16 urban gardens and parks of special interest, 13 natural monuments, six areas of scientific interest, two rural parks, one natural park and a town that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site – San Cristóbal de La Laguna.

In addition, Tenerife has six large exhibition facilities, five designation of origin wine-growing regions and almost thirty beauty and well-being centres.

Need we go on? We could, but the list is endless and we’d prefer you to come and see for yourself all that Tenerife has to offer to beat boredom.