Tenerife – the largest island among the Canary Islands. It occupies a central position in the archipelago and lies between the islands of Gran Canaria and Homer. Tenerife – like other Canary Islands – has a volcanic nature. In the center of the island stands the Teide volcano, 3718 meters above sea level.
Tenerife is known as the “Isle of Eternal Spring” (Isla de la Eterna Primavera). The island, located at the latitude of the Sahara desert, has a year-round warm climate. The temperature varies between 20 ° -26 ° C in the winter and 23 ° -29 ° C in the summer.