Tenerife Weather: Tips and Activities

Known for its clear waters and sunny skies, Tenerife is a summer destination that millions of tourists visit every year. With Tenerife being the largest of the Canary Islands, there is so much to do there. But what sets Tenerife, along with the other islands of the Canaries apart from other beach destinations is it has wonderfully warm weather all through the year. Yes, it some months are colder than the others but Tenerife climate never drops to a super low temp that you can't dip your toes in the water anymore.


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Beach-Friendly Canary Islands Temperature

Have you ever wondered which side of the world is warm in the winter? Or ever dreamed of basking under the sun in your swimwear while it's snowing in your town? In the Canary Islands, you can. Boasting of seven main islands along with islets composed of world-class beaches, this Spanish archipelago is definitely your beach destination all year round. In the summertime, the temp peaks up to 28 degrees, while in the supposedly cold winter days, Canary Islands does not go lower than 18 degrees during the day. The sea temperature also remains nice and warm in the winter, with lowest at 18 degrees.


Fuerteventura Sand Dunes: Why It's A Must See

Fuerteventura Canary Islands is often associated with its pristine beaches, with over 150 kilometres of white sand and clear green waters. And right up north facing Los Lobos, you will find Corralejo. Here, you will find Fuerteventura beaches that are ideal for surfing and a municipality that's alive at night. It also features an old town, which is the heart of Corralejo. While these are exciting spots, one of the most popular activities here is going to Corralejo Sand Dunes Natural Park.


How to Explore the Map of Gran Canaria

There's a reason why Gran Canaria is the second most populous island in the Canaries. While it is known for its white sand beaches just like fellow islands in the archipelago, Gran Canaria is also known for abundant black lava, beautiful architecture and its rich history that people both residents and tourists love. With an area of over 1,500 square kilometres, there's just so much to see on the island that it will take you a while to visit all. This is why TravelON World came up with the Big Gran Canaria Map Tour to help visitors make the most out of their trip and visit as many places as they can in a day.

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