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Before we get down to listing our favourite Tenerife blogs, it’s important to understand what a blog actually is.
Watch this video for a brief overview of a blog.
Below is our selection of Tenerife blogs which we feel are of a high standard and capture the essence of the island’s people and culture.
List of Tenerife Blogs
Klaudia was born and raised in good old Germany and has lived for over 15 years in the sunny south of Spain , the Canary Islands.
She has a natural flare for providing incredible insight on living in Tenerife and knows how to tempt her readers with beautiful images and interesting information which is why she’s a popular Tenerife blogger.
Covering daily life and including topics such as beauty, health, wellness, and lifestyle.
The Skipping Verger
John gives us a very unique insight on the history of the island and is based in the North where the grass is definitely greener.
He provides historical articles and stories for the interested reader about Tenerife and the Canary Islands, with detailed information about British travellers to the islands and their experiences over the centuries.
Carmen’s Luxury Travel
Nicknamed the “Travel Channel”, Carmen runs a refreshing blog which focuses on luxury and family travel with some excellent blog posts dedicated to Tenerife.
Her blog has been awarded one of the top 50 best luxury blogs and websites by Qosy and has amassed thousands of followers on social media through her dedication and authority in the field.
Paulina On The Road
Pauline was born and raised in Luxembourg where she developed the irrepressible wanderlust to seek out adventures in foreign lands.
She has travelled extensively throughout Spain and decided to spend some of that time on the island of Tenerife for a few months before the urge to travel to somewhere new presents itself again.
Her site is written in both English & Spanish and every Tenerife blog post documents her travels, experiences, brushes with local cultures, and how life is wherever she may be.
Simple. Tasty. Good.
June has a passion for food and in her blog, she shares amazing recipes from around the globe, including some delicious local Canarian & Spanish dishes.
Describing herself as a recipe developer, cook, photographer, food stylist, blogger, writer, editor and publisher, June’s recipes are home made and use only local ingredients to make her dishes simply irresistible.
Tenerife Travel Secrets
Fábio and Ruth, the team that make up the Tenerife Travel Secrets blog, met through their common interest of travel, experiencing other cultures, and the thrill of discovering new places.
The site offers very useful information about Tenerife and guides you to places you should visit and things to do to make your visit or stay on the island, a very memorable one. Their partnership gives you the best insight about those hidden places that many tourists never get to see or experience.
After escaping the cold and darkness of her home country, Elina found her way to Tenerife but already knew it was where her heart was. She likes looking into the deeper aspects of life on the island and being a social scientist, it’s no surprise. Tenerife Social is meant to be a gathering point for isleños and visitors and is regularly updated with interesting content.
Tenerife Local Food Guide
Priscilla runs Tenerife Local Food Guide which is a non profit organisation and has no affiliation or vested interest in any of the restaurants reviewed on her site. Her goal is to provide tourists and residents with honest opinions and reviews of local restaurants to encourage participation in local cuisine whilst also supporting small local businesses.
For many who are living in Tenerife or just visiting and have a bit of spare time, writing a Tenerife holiday blog is a great way to document personal experiences of daily life on the island and it gives readers a unique perspective of life on the island through your eyes.
If you have a Tenerife travel blog and would like it added to our list, you can get in touch with us and we’ll review your site before inclusion.