Discover the must-see attractions of Tenerife in just 4 days! From breathtaking landscapes to vibrant cultural experiences, explore the best of the island’s offerings, ensuring an unforgettable visit to Tenerife.
If you are looking to enjoy a wide variety of activities and everything relatively close by, then the south of Tenerife is the place to be. Vibrant cultural offerings, villages brimming with historical heritage, beautiful beaches and a variety of national parks loved by hikers are just some of the things that make the island the best place to be.
Unforgettable highlights include the awe-inspiring Teide, stunning coastal vistas, and charming village explorations. Don’t miss these essential attractions for an unforgettable Tenerife adventure.
Teide National Park
It is no coincidence that this is the second most visited national park in the world. Declared a World Heritage Site in 2007, this wonder of nature can be enjoyed in many ways.
Whether it’s a night walk to enjoy one of the best night skies on the planet, an ascent for trekking enthusiasts or simply enjoying the view from the cable car ride, Teide National Park is full of options.
Beaches in the south of the island
Are you looking for spectacular beaches to enjoy the sun and the sea? Come to the south of Tenerife! Here you will find some of the most beautiful beaches on the island, with crystal clear waters and golden sands.
Among the most popular beaches in the south of Tenerife are Playa de Las Vistas, Playa de Los Cristianos and in Guía de Isora, Playa de Abama. Each has its own charm and offers different options for entertainment and relaxation.
Natural pools of la Jaquita in Alcala
Don’t miss the opportunity to discover the Natural Pools of La Jaquita in Alcalá, enjoy its impressive natural pools. This place is perfect for a day out in nature, surrounded by spectacular views of the Cliffs of Los Gigantes and the island of La Gomera.
In addition, you can enjoy its charming coastal village with a peaceful atmosphere. You can also sample the local gastronomy in its restaurants and bars, where fresh fish and seafood dishes stand out.
Los Gigantes Cliffs
One of the most impressive sights you can see on the island are Los Gigantes Cliffs (translated as Cliffs of the Giants), so called because they rise up to 600 metres above the ocean waters.
These cliffs are full of caverns and rock formations where it is said that the Guanches hid during the time of the conquest. Admiring this spectacle from the viewpoint of the giants is not to be missed, however, we also recommend the tour from the sea.
Walks through historic city centres
Don’t miss the opportunity to discover the cultural richness of the south of Tenerife by strolling through its historic centres, in each of them you will find buildings and squares with a lot of history and architectural beauty.
Among the most outstanding are: Guía de Isora, Santiago del Teide, Vilaflor, Arona, etc.