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Top 10 beaches




Tenerife beaches

Tenerife is a very popular holiday destination with sun-seekers from all over Europa. No wonder, because Tenerife has enough lovely beaches to keep even the most discerning guests happy.

Many of the natural beaches have black volcanic sand, while the man-made beaches offers white or golden sand that was brought over from the Sahara.

Here are our Top 10 best beaches in Tenerife.

  Tenerife beaches

Tenerife Blue flag beaches

Blue flag beaches in Tenerife
Tenerife has seven ‘blue flag’ beaches which recognise the quality of beaches and marinas.

The beaches are: Las Américas, Las Vistas, El Médano, La Tejita, El Camisón, Playa de La Arena and La Arena.

  Las Teresitas

Newest beach review: Las Teresitas
Las Teresitas north of Santa Cruz is regarded as one of the best beaches in the north of Tenerife.

The golden sand is from Sahara. The turquoise water is crystal clear and the artificial reef in front of the beach keeps the sea calm.

Loro Parque in Tenerife

Loro Parque
Loro Parque is a big animal park which also has many shows. The most spectacular show is with the great killer whales.

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  Siam Park

Siam Park
Siam Park is the largest water park in Tenerife. There are activities for the entire family, from the greatest daredevils to the very young children.

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Mount Teide
The volcano Mount Teide is one of the greatest attractions in Tenerife. With its 3,718 metres above sea level, it is the world's third highest volcano on an island and the highest mountain in Spain.

The road ends at 2,356 metres above sea level. From here the Teleférico cable car will take you up to 3,555 metres. The last few hundred metres must be ascended on foot.

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  Mount Teide

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