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From surreal rock formations and sleepy fishing communities to wild, rugged slopes and heavenly haciendas there is as much diversity in the world next to the sea as there is in Tenerife’s schizophrenic interior.
We had four days to show a filmmaker as much of the best of the north of Tenerife as we could fit in. The film, commissioned by slow travel specialists Inntravel, will be a promotional video for the Canary Islands.
In terms of events, there aren’t as many as in other months and local councils are frustratingly slow at publicising what’s on. I could put this down to…
January on Tenerife is often a sunny month even though we think of it as the true start of winter with the nights becoming quite chilly for the next 6 or 7 weeks.
Mesón del Norte sits overlooking the El Palmar Valley, on a level with where buzzards soar. I know this as there was one eye-balling me as we parked the car…
This year we decided it was time for a change and instead of heading upwards, turned westward along the coast to Buenavista del Norte.
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]
Walk this Way – Tenerife
More than just a collection of the best walking routes for the island, Walk This Way Tenerife is a complete guide to self-guided walking on Tenerife. Available from Amazon. [Find out more]