Useful info


The southern part of the island is sunny all year round. In winter, the nights are cooler, with temperatures dropping to 15-16 degrees Celsius. The northern part of the island is often cloudy and rainy, with temperatures of up to 8-9 degrees Celsius in the higher settlements.
Annual ocean temperatures
Tenerife is located in the northern hemisphere and lies at the same latitude as the Sahara. Water temperatures are excellent for most of the year, with an average of 219 days of swimming on the island. The swimming season usually ends in December. The average annual water temperature in the Atlantic Ocean in Tenerife is 21.0°C, with seasonal averages of 19.8°C in winter, 19.3°C in spring, 21.9°C in summer and 22.8°C in autumn.
Parking: Free, but if parked illegally the car will be towed away and you will have to pay the fine as well as the transport.
Motorway: Free. There are no toll roads.
In many places within the city, the speed limit is 30 km/h.
Drinking water: drinkable, but not fine. Drinking mineral water is recommended.


Attractions, optional activities with the support of Palvigo

Programs are easily bookable in Hungarian through our partner company (not exhaustive):

Make your dream come true, fly like a bird!
Tenerife looks amazing from above, the location abounds with beautiful mountain ranges, wonderful water beaches and valleys.
Every paragliding flight is different - some are more technical, some more acrobatic, and of course some are just plain relaxing.
Kayaking - dolphin and whale watching
Not too long, great and you get close to nature.
Kayaking is a fantastic activity in Tenerife, and the views are always spectacular. It's the best way to discover the island's stunning beaches.
You can paddle in the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean while dolphins swim around you and, if you're lucky, you might even meet turtles.

Other attractions

Teide volcano
What to expect. A stunningly beautiful volcanic landscape, it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site - it's no surprise that it's the most popular attraction in Tenerife.
Climb to the top: the summit is 3718 m high. You have two options if you want to get to the top.
1: by cable car. Important: you need to obtain a permit, which you can do online for free at the Reservas de Parques Nacionales website.
2: by walking.
  • Tip: book your cable car ticket and permit for the afternoon, by which time the site is no longer attractive to most tourists.
Masca Pirate Village
What to expect: the road leads through traditional country houses to Masca, which is the best example of the wonders of rural architecture in Tenerife.
Local tour guides believe that Masca was the perfect hideout for pirates, where they surprised their rivals and captured their ships coming from the Americas.
  • Tip: Arrive early as parking is limited and try the cactus ice cream.
Los Gigantes rock wall
What to expect: the Los Gigantes rock wall was formed during one of the first volcanic activities on the island. The island's indigenous people called it the Gates of Hell, because to them it symbolized the end of the world.
  • Tip: Los Gigantes is not a full-day trip, it can be a part of your tour.