Popular Destinations in Tenerife
Fincas in Tenerife
Tenerife is broadly split into three different regions: the north, the south and the metropolitan region, which is in the island's north-west and where the capital city Santa Cruz de Tenerife can be found. Tenerife's stunning coastline is what attracts countless people to the island every year, with an increasing number of them opting for fincas in Tenerife among the many other accommodation options in the Canary Islands. With Tenerife boasting year-round sun, any time of the year is ideal for topping up a tan.Unsurpassed relaxation
While there are plenty of party bars and nightclubs on the island, fincas in Tenerife offer a home away from home and the ideal retreat to get away from it all. Located all over the island, many fincas in Tenerife can offer sea views, with no need to jostle through crowds of tourists. The fincas in Tenerife listed at Holidu typically have plenty of outside space for relaxation and some even have a pool, which is perfect for a cooling dip when the mercury pushes high. Check out the best fincas in Tenerife - these are more rural accommodation options, some of which can comfortably house up to 12 guests - with Holidu.
Travellers and activitiesTenerife for sitting in the sunshine
There are plenty of activities for people staying in fincas in Tenerife, but sometimes all we need is to sit in the sun with a cool drink. The island is ideal for this type of relaxation, boasting sunshine all year round without the uncomfortably hot temperatures that can be too much for people in other parts of Spain. Tenerife's beaches are the stuff of legend, so anyone who stays in fincas in Tenerife is sure to find a new favourite sandy shore during their break.Tenerife for whale-watching
A holiday of a lifetime experience can be had by going on a whale-watching tour during a stay in fincas in Tenerife. On a good day, it is possible to see all manner of marine life on one of these trips, from sperm whales and orcas to rorquals. Tenerife is regarded as one of the very best places in the world for whale-watching, so don't miss out on making memories that will last for a lifetime.
Top 7 travel tips in Tenerife1. Go up the Mount Teide volcano
Spain's top peak is a must for anyone who stays in fincas in Tenerife. The good news is that there is a cable car to take guests near to the summit. Teide National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007, so it should be on all itineraries.2. Hike the Los Gigantes canyons and tunnels
For keen hikers, no break on Tenerife would be complete without checking out the Los Gigantes canyons and tunnels. There is a natural swimming pool - which is accessible from Calle Magnolia - so look out for that.3. Explore San Cristobal de La Laguna
Another World Heritage Site can be enjoyed by guests of fincas in Tenerife by heading to San Cristobal de La Laguna for the day. Here, visitors can expect to find historical sights such as the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Convent of Santa Clara of Assisi and a breathtaking cathedral.4. Experience the world's second-largest carnival
Rio in Brazil hosts the only carnival on the planet that is bigger than Tenerife's. Taking place each year in February/March, parades snake their way through various towns on the island. Unmissable!5. Enjoy Siam Park
Many travel websites consistently rank Siam Park as one of the best water parks on the island. Anyone who loves a water park simply has to make time for Siam Park while staying in fincas in Tenerife. As well as a host of slides and pools, Siam Park is home to the world's largest collection of Thai-style buildings outside of Thailand itself. It even got a royal seal of approval as a result.6. Try the wine at Tegueste
Oenophiles will definitely want to go to Tegueste as this Guanche-era colonial town is rather famous for its wines. Head to Bodega El Lomo for a glass of Tenerife's finest.7. Take the ferry to La Gomera
The 45-minute ferry ride to La Gomera is certainly an excursion anyone staying in fincas in Tenerife should be considering during their break on the island. A house in San Sebastian on the island is where the explorer Christopher Columbus is believed to have stayed before crossing the Atlantic in 1492.