WHAT TO DO?
The largest of the Canary Islands, situated only 250km off the African Coast provides an entire paradise to explore!
Whether on water, land or air, the volcanic island offers all kind of adventure sports, whether it’s surfing, diving, sailing, climbing, hiking, paragliding or canyoning and therefore extremely popular amongst young and active people!
With 7 different microclimates, Tenerife is inviting young and old people to explore the Teno Mountains in the West and the Anaga Mountains in the east with their diversity of vegetation and one-of-a-kind bird life.
And for good reason Tenerife is a preferred training ground for Tour de France Team members as well as Red Bull Downhill Cyclers – mountain biking and road biking are highly valued!
Looking for the perfect wave?
For all those, who are fascinated by water sports, Tenerife offers one of the largest and most challenging windsurf meccas in the world.
El Medano in the very South of Tenerife is the ideal place for all kite- and windsurfers, no matter whether beginner or advanced. Trade winds are blowing throughout the whole year and plenty of registered surf schools offer suitable lessons in all languages for young and old beginners.
Any advanced surfer who wants to improve on the wave has the chance to travel the whole coastline with our Vintage Campervan and check out each swell to their liking.
Holidays with your family?
If you are planning a family holiday you couldn’t hit a better spot than Tenerife, due to the child-friendly canarian spirit!
Children and adults are welcome to guide their Vintage Campervan along the hazard-free, warm and sunny beaches and distressing from their workaday lives in one of the lush forest parks.
Special highlights like a visit in Loro Parque and the number 1 Waterpark Siam Parque are waiting for those who fancy an exciting and entertaining day out.
Interested in culture?
Finally, for all those interested in historical culture...
Tenerife is offering a wide spectrum of historic sites and museums in ancient towns like La Orotava and La Laguna, where you can learn about native history and politics.
If you prefer science, the European observatory “Observatory of Teide” is inviting you to discover the Milky Way and whilst travelling in your Vintage Campervan you might as well spent the night under the impressive starry sky of Teide National Park!