English  Deutsch  Svenska  Dansk  Norsk

  Teneriffa
 
 


Tenerife

 Abades

 Costa Adeje El Bollullo
 El Medano
 La Caleta
 La Tejita
 Las Galletas
 Las Teresitas

 Las Vistas
 Los Cristianos
 Los Gigantes
 Playa Americas
 Playa de la Nea
 Playa la Arena
 Playa Paraiso
 Playa San Juan
 Puertito Güimar
 Puerto de Cruz
 Puerto Santiago
 San Marcos

Map

Climate

 
 

Tenerife climateTenerife weather and climate

Tenerife has a pleasant sub-tropical climate with warm summers and mild winters. That is why Tenerife is considered to be one of the best year-round holiday destinations.

Southern and western Tenerife are the warmest parts of the island, with the northern side receiving more rain, resulting in a greener and more luxuriant vegetation.

The warmest time of year in Tenerife is from May to November, when daytime temperatures reach the mid to high 20s degrees Celsius. August is definitely the hottest month, but July has the most sunshine with an average of 10 hours a day.

In winter from December to March it is somewhat cooler and some rain can be expected. However even in winter night-time temperatures rarely fall below 10 degrees Celsius.

The temperature of the surrounding sea only varies by about 4 degrees from its maximum of 23 degrees Celsius in summer and this helps to prevent temperature extremes.

In January, February and March Tenerife is prone to almost fog-like conditions due to dust from the Sahara Desert. It usually last for a day or two.


 Average Daytime temperatures Sunshine hours Sea temperature
 January 21 6 19
 February 22 6 18
 March 23 7 18
 April 23 8 19
 May 24 8 20
 June 26 9 20
 July 28 10 22
 August 28 9 22
 September 27 8 23
 October 25 7 22
 November 24 6 21
 December 22 5 20
 
 
 

Privacy policy