The Canary region certainly had an impact on the Romans and Greeks after them christening it with name, ‘Happy Islands’. Gran canary, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro have certainly continued to grow in popularity, attracting tourists from all over the world. Surprisingly all unique in their own landscape, this paradisiacal group of islands boast a superb sub-tropical climate all year round, breath-taking beaches and a an extraordinary wealth of natural beauty. Whatever your preferences, the diversity of the Canary Islands serve those who wish to escape to a relaxing retreat, area of action or historical honey pot.
If a lively tourist resort is an attractive option, Tenerife is certainly an island worth visiting. At the centre of the archipelago, this fashionable hub of activity offers an exciting and energetic nightlight, as well as frantic beach action and a renowned all-night party scene. However, for those who sought after a little variation, you can also escape to the islands’ more peaceful areas of natural beauty, dodging maddening crowds and bustling tourists. The island certainly aims to serve the need of every visitor!
Escape into the night and explore a multitude of opportunity. Whether you’re looking to bop till breakfast in an energetic nightclub or discover divine cuisine in one of Tenerife’s amazing restaurants, you’ll be bombarded with an array of appealing options. Merrily sway from happy hour bars to a high-pace night ahead in one of the island’s bouncing discos. They do say that clubs in Tenerife don’t come alive until midnight! You’re only a stone’s throw away from the famous club regions, Playa De Las Americas & Los Cristianos.
Some would argue that if you don’t wake up the next day with a shockingly painful headache and a camera full of embarrassingly wild snapshots, your night out on the town was a bitter fail. If you don’t consider yourself to be quite the party animal there are an array of alternative and appealing options available. Savour the sensational traditional Island cuisine in picturesque pavement cafés or luxurious restaurants. Surrounded by a style of cooking strongly impregnated with the tastes of the sea and of the Americas, you’ll be able to explore Tenerife’s magnificent treasure chest of food, wine and desserts. Top off your evening with a saunter or stroll through the magical backstreets. Or why not take a moonlit walk across the beach, whilst savouring the beautiful panoramic views, before returning to your rest place for the night? A perfect nightlife alternative!
Written by Hannah Copues