Tenerife arguably has the most going on, it can offer a totally different experience depending on which part of the island you choose as the base for your holiday. In north you can get up close and personal with nature, while the south is known as the land of sun, sea and sand.
When to Go?
The glorious weather in Tenerife makes it the perfect holiday destination 365 days of the year. The Canary Islands boasts a subtropical climate, which makes them an appealing holiday destination at any time.
In December and January you still can enjoy magnificent weather, days on the beach, a swim in the ocean and lovely blue skies. Compared to many other European destinations, Tenerife winters are extremely mild, one of the factors that makes it a very alluring destination for holidaymakers keen to escape the colder climates of home. May, June and July are good months to travel, with the weather really getting hotter. A lovely cool sea breeze makes even very hot summer days refreshing.
So if this has got you in the mood for a bit of sunshine, feel free to call us on 0800 622 6000 to speak to one of our experienced travel consultants about the best time to visit Tenerife.
Holidays in Costa Adeje are a happy medium between bustling and secluded. In a very short time Costa Adeje has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, suitable for holidays all year round. Costa Adeje can proudly declare that it has the most modern concentration of hotels in all Europe. The insistence on high quality means that all installations are conditioned and modernized continuously, with good accessibility for wheelchairs.
Guia de Isora, on Tenerife's west coast, is an up-and-coming resort with an old-school Canarian feel. The main town is a quiet affair up in the mountains, with sweeping views of the Atlantic. Down by the sea is Playa San Juan, home to a small harbour and a chic prom. And next door is Alcala, a fishing village with a pretty main square.
If you want to head to the Canary Islands, but the crowded night life scene of resorts like Playa de las Americas isn't for you, why not head to neighbouring Los Cristianos. Located on the south coast of Tenerife between two imposing mountains, this town has been serving visitors and delighting tourists since the fifties, long before the tourist boom hit the Canary Islands. From it's fishing village origins, it's grown into a delightful rest stop for the discerning traveller and has a quiet charm that can't be matched by it's louder, rowdier neighbours.
One of the Canary Islands' most popular locations, this purpose-built resort has a little bit of everything and
no matter what your taste or preferred speed of life, you're sure to find a way to have a terrific holiday.
The nightlife in Playa De Las Americas is certainly one of the biggest attractions for visitors. This strip of
nightspots shows off a wide variety of music, from rock to jazz to pop, and with all that variety, you'll
definitely be able to find a place where you can dance the night away!
Playa de las Americas has a reputation for being a bustling party resort popular with young holiday makers, and though that may be true in part, it still doesn’t detract from the fact that it is an extremely attractive and accessible destination. The beaches are lovely and the turquoise sea is warm and inviting. The promenade is wide with plenty of places to shade and there are many places to shop, eat, drink and generally relax, all overlooked by the imposing volcano Teide.
Puerto de Santiago sits between Los Gigantes and Playa de la Arena on the west coast of Tenerife. The quiet, whitewashed town sits on a rugged hillside that tumbles down to a tiny black sandy beach. It's very laid-back here, with just bars, restaurants and a little fishing museum.
Puerto de la Cruz sits on Tenerife's north coast, amid a landscape of tropical fruit plantations. There's a lovely traditional feel to the place, with its quaint harbour and pretty old town, yet it does sophistication very well, too. Nouveau cuisine is served up in colonial-style restaurants, while the bars mix cocktails with Canarian singers. As for the coastal scene, you've got a duo of architect-designed beaches to enjoy here too.
The capital city of Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is jam-packed with cultural, shopping and
sports attractions; there's plenty to do for visitors with disabilities.
The city's wide promenade-style walkways, plazas, open-space gardens and parks, and museums are
for the most part accessible. As are the three sightseeing buses, should you want to see the city
at a glance.
The golden sand of Playa de las Teresitas is widely regarded as one of the nicest beaches in the
north of Tenerife. It stretches for almost one mile (1.5 kilometres);
palm trees sway in a gentle warm sea breeze and the beautiful calm waters are perfect for
taking a dip to cool off. Facilities are good, with plenty of sunbeds, sunshades, showers and a
selection of bars and restaurants just next to the beach. The beach has accessible facilities.
Here at Disabled Access Holidays our devoted sales team, with over 15 years combined experience, will help you find and book your dream accessible holiday.
They will guide you through your options and will help you make the best decision based on your needs and what you are looking for. Each disabled holiday
is tailor made to the client so no two holidays are the same.