8 Tips To Make The Most Of Your Tenerife Trip June 1, 2023
It can get chilly in the hillsides and at the top of Mt. Teide, especially in the winter months.
Even if you are not going to do the proper hiking, note that some viewpoints can be dangerous to attempt in flip-flops!
Be sure to check that the place you want to visit is open.
This area some of the best wines, as well as a most unique one – dragon blood!
Or, book an organized bus tour.
If you imagine beaches with golden sand, you’ll be surprised to see that Tenerife’s natural beaches feature black or grey sand.
Also, a flag to indicate whether it’s safe to swim (green flag), requires caution (yellow flag), or not recommended at all (red flag).