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Walk the walk – Masca

  There must be nothing worse than to get old and say you regret not having done something. That is how I felt as I reached my 65th birthday and after hearing such wonderful stories of walking down the Masca Gorge I thought, I can do that! Well I have …

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A Winter Wonderland in Tenerife

  If you’re looking for a different kind of winter wonderland this year then Tenerife has a huge amount to offer. Whilst snowfalls and sleigh bells might be traditional winter fare, they also mean dark days, damp, slippery roads and unforgiving temperatures, which can all bring a rather unfestive feel …

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El Médano – A Wind Surfer’s Paradise

  Situated near Tenerife’s largest natural beaches, the small picturesque town of El Médano is an enchanted spot for day trippers, beach goers and water-sport devotees alike. Noted for its unassuming beauty, bohemian charm and wind as hearty as the town’s nightlife, El Médano is considered one of the best …

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Tenerife – The Island of Fireworks

  There are so many locations around the world that are associated with spectacular fireworks displays, London, Sydney and New York all spring to mind when we think of fireworks. Somewhere you probably didn’t think of however is Tenerife. The largest island in the Canaries, Tenerife doesn’t just celebrate the …

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The Primeval Beauty of North Tenerife

El Teide

  The Christmas season is almost upon us but we also know that ‘tis the season to be chilly. Rather than follow the herd of sun starved holiday makers to the resorts in the south of the island of Tenerife, why not try the north for something different. The weather …

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The A-Z of Tenerife

A - Z of Tenerife

  A - Aqualand in Costa Adeje isn’t just an average water park, sealife shows make this a great place for people who don’t like plummeting several hundred feet on a thin strip of plastic! B- British Community a significant and substantial part of Tenerife’s population, 4,500 Brits live on …

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Masca – What A Road!

Masca Walk

  Masca is like a cross between Shangri-La and The Lost World, and after the fabulous Teide Park it is Tenerife’s second most popular destination. The village of Masca and the surrounding area was one of the last refuges of the indigenous inhabitants here, the Guanche, who lived in the …

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The Pros and Cons of Driving in Tenerife

Even though there are several different modes of transport on Tenerife, some would say driving is the superior way to experience the different sights and landscapes. Driving on the island's beautiful roads is a convenient and affordable way to take in the true essence of the island; although, it does …

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