Deciding where to stay on Tenerife can be a tough decision.
Tenerife is like a 5-course taking menu with matching wine. It hits all the senses, takes you through a variety of textures and leaves you feeling comfortably satisfied.
The island of eternal spring has it all.
Wild beaches with long stretches of fine black sand, impressive mountain ranges with incredible viewpoints, an annual carnival that rivals that of Rio de Janeiro, microclimates, banana plantations, the highest point in the whole of Spain (volcano El Teide), historic towns, a vibrant capital city, ancient forests, award-winning wine production, a UNESCO World Heritage site, amazing dive spots, and of course that year-round warm climate that makes it so attractive.
Let me clear one thing up first: I love both the north and south of Tenerife equally for unique reasons. This article is to help you decided where to explore during your holiday on Tenerife, based on what you love doing.