La Laguna is one of the most interesting cities in the Canary Islands, San Cristobal de La Laguna is often overlooked by visitors; probably because it does not have beaches and because, from the highway TF 5 which runs parallel to the city, it looks like a jungle unattractive.

Garachico is a pretty town with white houses and small cobbled streets; the absence of the beaches has preserved from mass tourism and did maintain its Canarian character. Very different from the crowded places in the south, in its stores can happen to meet staff who speak only Spanish.

Icod de los Vinos is located in a lush valley dotted with rows of grapes a few miles from the coast and below the majestic presence of the Teide.

Playa de las Américas is mainly known as a destination for young people under 25 who want a holiday full of nightlife and lazy days.

Puerto de la Cruz is the only city on the island of Tenerife to have maintained their original character Canarian and at the same time that of a tourist resort.

Los Cristianos is a popular tourist destination, characterized by a lively and colorful port and a vast expanse of hotels and apartments to accommodate the many visitors that flock here.

Tacoronte is considered one of the most "cold and rainy" the island of Tenerife. You can, however, find the best restaurants and fine wine.  

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is a modern cosmopolitan city, full of life and many interesting places to visit.

In his busy harbor arrive daily cruise ships and ferries from mainland Spain, the airport of Tenerife North connects the other islands and the main cities of Spain.

La Orotava is a beautiful town located about 400 meters above sea level; after the Spanish conquest, the gentry chose it as his residence and still exudes an aristocratic air. The area retains the old buildings of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.