Playa de Las Americas - This is the most famous of the Canary Islands beaches and packed with jetsetters from every corner of the globe, as well as busloads of package tourists. Playa de Las Americas is a sun seekers haven with many small beaches to choose from.
Playa Jardin - Awarded the European Blue Flag, this man-made beach is close to Loro Park, and as with the Play Martianez was planned by the artist Cesar Manrique. Playa Jardin is a child friendly beach and with the cascade where they can splash about and cool down, the only problem parents should have is getting the kids home at night.
Playa de las Teresitas - Four million sacks of golden sand were brought in from the ancient Sahara province of Spain to make this perfect beach. With palm trees for shade, and a few bars and restaurants for refreshment it the most popular beach on the island.
Los Cristianos - Seeing the hordes of holidaymakers cavorting in the sea and sand of this popular tourist spot, it is difficult to remember it used to be a simple fishing village. One of its beaches, 400 metres long and 100 metres wide, is particularly popular with families as it so safe for children.
Know a thing or two about Tenerife ?
Please share your experiences and tips with your fellow travellers.
Your personal details and email address won't be published.
Fields with an * are required. Errors will be indicated in red