Often dubbed for being a larger lout central and a pivotal point for cheap and nasty resorts, Tenerife doesn’t always prove the most appealing option to tourists and travellers. However, whilst some areas aren’t as likeable and luxurious as one would hope, Tenerife has far more to offer than meets the eye. Now being promoted as somewhat of a hidden jewel, the country is growing in popularity and attracting a growing majority of tourists every year. Forget sharing your relaxing or action packed get-away with a multitude of cash saving students, groups of hen and stag do’s, larger than life party crowds or rowdy football fans.
Now you can explore this sub-tropical paradise containing everything you need to satisfy your preferences and desires, without the stereotypical and negative elements that often put people off these days. A clubbers paradise it may be, but don’t be too quick to associate this destination with boozy larger louts, inevitable drunken brawls and ear-blasting music. Tenerife certainly may be a cheaper alternative to some luxurious holidays, but that doesn’t alter the fact it has its own stunning natural beauty, electrifying charisma, class and distinct allure.
Tenerife has a multitude of hidden talent! Although it’s most famous for its electrifying social arenas, deserted beaches and cascading waterfalls, the places to eat and drink are worth a trip in themselves. Wander through the alluring streets and savour the colourful culture which oozes from market stalls brimming with tasty traditional fish dishes to intimate road-side café’s. Failing that you could find yourself dipping into a sea of delectable cuisine in picturesque road-side bistro or sipping at cocktails in a beach hut tavern under the moonlit sky. Socialising and dining out may prove to be one of the most exciting experiences during your stay. You’ll capture unforgettable moments, meet some amazing locals and other tourists, discover Tenerife’s captivating culture and taste some truly amazing food and drink. The freshest seafood comes highly recommended and can be found in any of the local haunts. However, if you’re not brave enough to partake in one of Tenerife’s most important facets and rummage through their gastronomical treasure chest of tasty food, you’re never too far away from a chain restaurant or popular cuisine.