Ask your average visitor to Tenerife or ex-pat resident what they know about Icod de los Vinos and they’ll tell you it’s the home of the Millenium Drago Tree. But ask a Canario what they know about Icod de los Vinos and they’ll tell you it’s the best place on Tenerife for shopping.
As far from the tourist trail as you can get, both physically and metaphorically, walking around El Palmar will open up a world where osprey circle overhead and the air is filled with the tinkle of goat bells.
Magma Arts & Congress in South Tenerife welcomes visitors since 2005. Semi-desert landscape with the proximity of sea embraces its contemporary design. Thirteen geometrically shaped blocks, emerge out of the…
Set in two and a half acres of botanical gardens and woodland on its panoramic hilltop, think country estate with pools and parasols.
If you happen to be on holiday on Tenerife you can escape the frantic Christmas crowds at home but still enjoy a magical Christmas atmosphere. Here are our top 10 things to do at Christmas on Tenerife.
The Mencey has long been an emblem of Santa Cruz and a throwback to the days of glamour and glitz when staying in a 5 star hotel was mainly for the rich and famous. But times have changed…
The rural setting is wonderful and if you’re looking for a romantic location that would confound many people’s image of Tenerife, this is the place.
In the shimmering heat of a Tenerife October, Tenerife Magazine checked into the Hotel Spa Villalba in Vilaflor to find out what the winner of our holiday competition has in store.
Last week we reported that scientists had stated that the centre of volcanic activity was moving towards the sea. Yesterday morning reports started to appear online about an undersea eruption off the coast of El Hierro.
As we emerge from the stifling heat of late summer and the first rains of the autumn feed the earth, turning brown to green and filling the air with the…