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We hear and see buzzards in the Tenerife hills in the north and north west all the time, circling lazily high in the sky and too far away to get a decent shot…
Our house is actually a decent ‘hide’ for spotting a quite wide range of Tenerife birds. A metal bowl filled with water acts as a sort of watering hole.
In fiesta and festival terms, carnival still dominates in Tenerife during early March with some southern municipalities holding their versions now that the…
The Hotel Villalba sits high above the forest town of Vilaflor; one of the prettiest towns on Tenerife and part of one of the highest municipalities in Spain.
Rather than tell you about how good walking in the upper Orotava Valley is, we thought we just show you instead.
As the Parador de Cañadas del Teide sits in the centre of a manic, volcanic landscape at the foot of Spain’s highest mountain and the third largest volcano in…
In over ten years on Tenerife we’d eaten Thai only twice. Part of that was because most of the time we eat at Canarian/Spanish restaurants. But part of it was…
The Real Tenerife Guidebook – in Print & on Kindle
For visitors to Tenerife who want to experience the best of Tenerife:- The 'Real' Tenerife guide to Tenerife's resorts, towns and villages is written with insight and passion by travel writers who have spent years treading the streets of every town and village, trekking along goat trails in the mountains and revelling at fiestas until dawn... [Find Out More]
Real Tenerife Island Drives on Kindle – UK Version