I spent 48 luxurious hours in Tenerife – here’s why you’re wrong about this underrated Canary Island
The Metro says When I suggested to a friend that she grab some winter sun in Tenerife, the idea was met with a swift, yet very firm, ‘nope.’
Despite around 700,000 Brits heading to the largest of the Canary Islands every year in search of year-round sun, it’s become synonymous with fly-and-flop culture, and boozy Brits abroad.
While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with spending a week on a sunbed with a cocktail in hand, the reputation feels a little unfair.
Located off the northwest coast of Africa, Tenerife’s volcanic landscape makes for some dramatic scenery, and with over 300 clear nights each year, it’s one of the best places in the world for stargazing.