Cheap flights to Tenerife South
How to describe Tenerife? Volcanic lunar landscapes, lush pine forests, fertile valleys, beautiful beaches, traditional Spanish towns and bustling resorts - yes they're all here.
The largest of Spain's Canary Islands is an old favourite when it comes to tourism, having seen visitors travelling to its shores for over 100 years. So Tenerife has an infrastructure that caters for every tourist, from young revellers to families. And what's more, because it is located a mere 100 kilometres off the coast of northern Africa it has great temperatures all year long. The average is a balmy 23 degrees - no wonder it is called the 'island of eternal spring'.
easyJet holidays to Tenerife
easyJet holidays offers you package holidays in great value and luxury accommodation for your holiday in Tenerife. There’s lots of choices for accommodation for your stay on this fantastic Spanish island, so whether you’re in the mood for the convenience of an all-inclusive package or the flexibility of a self-catering arrangement, easyJet holidays have just the right accommodation options to make your holiday in Tenerife everything you wanted and more. With all your holiday arrangements booked in one go, you’ll be free to explore Tenerife in all its glory!
Browse for a bargain at one of south Tenerife's weekly markets in Costa Adeje (Thursday), Los Cristianos (Tuesday & Sunday) or El Medano (Saturday). The bantering generally starts at around 8am and the stalls start to pack up at 1.30ish.
Stuck for something to do on a Sunday from October through December? Grab your best swimwear and join the Insomnia Boat Party complete with drinks, DJs and the occasional inquisitive dolphin. http://www.boatpartytickets.com/boat-parties/insomnia-boat-party-tenerife/
Catch the heel-stomping, frock-twirling, hand-clapping explosion of sound and theatre of the Antologia Flamenco Show at the Piramide de Arona venue in downtown Las Americas, every night from Tuesday through Saturday.
Grab a flask, a group of friends and a blanket and head to the hills above Los Cristianos for a rustic picnic under clear night skies. The village of Vilaflor is a good spot for star-gazing, away from the light pollution of the southern resorts.
Slip into somewhere a little cooler when the sub-tropical sunshines slides south. Hard Rock Cafe's free, weekly acoustic sessions are a good bet, featuring local musicians playing it easy in Tenerife's music hall of fame restaurant every Wednesday through summer.
The back end of February and the first week in March are dominated by Santa Cruz Carnival, a non-stop frenzy of street partying, outrageous costumes and a cacophany of live music in Tenerife's capital. If you've never been, do; it's billed as the second biggest carnival in the world after Rio. If you have been, go again as every year has a new theme. This year it's Caribbean.
Arona Summer Festival kicks off on 22 July at Los Palos Golf Course in Guaza (free buses from Los Cristianos). Deadmaus, Nervo and Danny Avila are all lined up so far, along with Carl Craig and a host of other mix-spinners cranking up the crowds over at the 2nd stage. For tickets visit aronasummerfestival.com/?lang=en.
With the winter sales running from the day after Kings Day (Jan 7th), often for a month or more, perhaps it's a good time to head into the mountains to escape the commercial madness. There are several picnic spots on the southern slopes of Mount Teide, including Las Lajas and Chio. Buy some meat, pack a cool box and make use of the built-in grills in these pine forest playgrounds.