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June 26, 2017 July 8, 2017by Travel Lobsters
The largest of the seven Canary Islands, Tenerife sits in the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of North Africa and enjoys eternal sunshine – one of the reasons that makes this beautiful island such a popular hotspot for millions of tourists every year. Hence the reason we keep going back. You can walk for miles and miles in the blissful dunes, with the sun beating down on you, and not get bored. Tenerife is a volcanic island that has been sculpted over time by several eruptions, but don’t worry the last was in the early 20th century, so you’re pretty safe. It has a great mix of rugged terrain, dramatic landscapes and a sub-tropical climate with temperatures averaging 20°C – 22°C in the winter months and 26°C – 28°C in the summer, if you’re like us then you will embrace the weather with open arms.