What should you not miss in Tenerife?
The Top 10 Things to See and Do in Tenerife
Which is the nicest part of Tenerife?
Costa Adeje. Costa Adeje is a lively resort in the south and one of the best places to stay for families in Tenerife. Playa de las Americas. Playa de las Americas is the best resort in Tenerife for nightlife and parties. Los Cristianos. Puerto de la Cruz. El Medano. Playa La Arena. Los Gigantes. Puerto de Santiago.
What do I need to know before going to Tenerife?
Everything You Need To Know About Tenerife
The Canaries are extremely safe with very low crime rates and little for the traveller to worry about in terms of dangers and nuisances. Spain-Tenerife advises the 'common sense' approach. Remember that you will need a crime report number if you are making an insurance claim.
Where to stay in Tenerife: 12 Best areas to stay in Tenerife
And travelling by car is the quickest and easiest way to see the beauty of the island. With a road perimeter of 359 km, you can easily drive around the whole island in around 3-4 hours.
Remember to empty your shoes before leaving Tenerife and the Philippines too. In the Pacific Islands, collecting sand can result in a prison sentence of up to three months — and that's for first-time offenders!
You will not need a visa to travel to Spain after Brexit if you plan on staying for fewer than 90 days, even though Britain left the European Union and its transitional arrangements at the end of 2020. This is because there is a visa-free travel arrangement between the EU and the U.K. for short-stay visits.
UK citizens are only allowed to spend a maximum of 90 days on Tenerife (or any other EU country) in any period of 180 days without a visa. Your passport must be valid for more than six months, and be less than 10 years old (even if it has 6 months or more left) or you may be refused entry into Tenerife.