Active tourism in Tenerife

February 24, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The variety of landscapes and the superb climate make Tenerife an ideal location for outdoor activities all year round, from hiking to cycling and climbing to caving, potholing to paragliding. More unusual activities include stargazing in the world’s largest volcanic caldera in the Teide National Park and exploring one of the world’s largest lava tubes on a guided tour at Cueva Del Viento.

Outdoor activities are complemented by excursions to the island’s charming villages and towns to see traditional Canarian architecture, witness colourful festivals and enjoy the hospitality of the friendly local people. There are a host of restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets. Rural accommodation is also an option and an ideal way to experience the lesser known side of Tenerife – there is a wide choice in charming country hotels, traditional farmhouses and typical rustic homes.

Tenerife Natural, a brand marketed by the Tenerife Tourism Corporation comprises 58 associated companies dealing with all aspects of rural tourism, from excursions to outdoor sporting activities complemented by central reservation offices on the Web for rural accommodation and a growing number of rural houses and hotels perfect for rest, relaxation and rejuvenation.

Timple, traditional 4-stringed instrument

Timple, traditional 4-stringed instrument

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