You do not remember what you did not do only what you have done, make sure you visit Tenerife you will remember it. It is reasonably cheap to visit. The locals are friendly and the food is good. It caters for the English speaking customer.
Tenerife is known internationally as the “Island of Eternal Spring” (Isla de la Eterna Primavera). The island, being on a latitude of the Sahara Desert, enjoys a warm climate year-round with an average of 20° – 22°C in the winter and 26° – 28°C in the summer and high sunshine totals.
Tenerife is an ideal winter holiday destination. Tenerife is a popular destination from January to December each and every year.
A Tenerife Christmas can remove such hassles what better way to miss all the shops and chill out in the sunshine.
A vacation in Tenerife means a lot of time on the beach and taking it easy in the sun.
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands in Spain. It is very hot with it’s tropical climate. You can see parakeets flying around.
Tenerife is a volcanic island, hence its main attraction being Mount Teide.
The origins of tourism in Los Cristianos lie with a Swedish man, Bengt Rylander (known locally as Don Benito) who came to Los Cristianos in 1956 suffering from multiple sclerosis, hoping the warm climate and clean air would help ease his ailments. He convalesced well and spread the word of the mild and sunny climate he had discovered to his friends in Sweden, and since he was formerly a writer and TV commentator, word spread quickly. In 1957 he was joined by several friends who suffered from poliomyelitis and rheumatic diseases.
Los Cristianos during the late 1950s and early 1960s were renown as a resort for ailing & convalescent Swedes. These unlikely pioneers have left their mark on the town, with the main high-street in Los Cristianos known as “Avenida de Suecia” (Avenue of Sweden) and the “Casa Sueca”, now a Swedish Lutheran Church, located on the seafront.