The largest of the Canary Islands sees arrivals throughout the year, attracted to the well-established resorts, laid-back Spanish lifestyle, Michelin-starred dining and top water sports. An enviable position off the Moroccan coast means a perfect average temp of 23º C, mild winters, and, thanks to the trade winds, no searing heat of summer that scorches mainland Spain. With unrivalled natural beauty, cultural heritage and oh so friendly locals, Tenerife is a perfect destination for low season travellers seeking to get the best value for money when the island is at her most peaceful in May to July and September to mid-October.
Our friends at Tenerife Tourism asked us if we could prepare a small campaign to highlight the low season experience in Tenerife for our audiences so we visited in the low season month of May and were mesmerised by what we experienced. You can find our guide to low season Tenerife here.