Day by day, moment by moment you should enjoy your trip with a perfect itinerary of your trip to Tenerife. You should know what to see in Tenerife in a week before you arrive in our paradise.
Welcome to Tenerife! The island of eternal spring, the largest of the Canary archipelago, and a paradisiacal place to spend an unforgettable holiday. In this blog, we propose a seven-day itinerary so that you can discover all the secrets of Tenerife and make the most of your stay in our hotel. We are going to show you what to see in Tenerife in a week.
Day 1: Arrival at the hotel and visit to Adeje and Arona
After settling in at Villa Mandi Golf & Resort, we recommend that you spend your first day discovering the charms of the towns of Adeje and Arona. These two towns are located in the south of the island and are known for their golden sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. There are great leisure areas located very close to the hotel and good restaurants. This is a day to settle in and take a break from the long journey.
Day 2: Teide National Park
The second day of your trip will be dedicated to visiting one of the most emblematic places in Tenerife: the Teide National Park. This protected natural area, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is home to the majestic Teide volcano, Spain’s highest peak. If you like hiking, we recommend you venture out on one of the many trails that run through the park and enjoy the spectacular views. A night-time visit with stargazing is also highly recommended.
Day 3: Puerto de la Cruz and La Orotava
The third day will be spent visiting two of the most emblematic cities in the north of the island: Puerto de la Cruz and La Orotava. In Puerto de la Cruz, you can stroll around the old town and visit such emblematic places as Lake Martiánez and the Botanical Gardens. In La Orotava, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Casa de los Balcones, a real architectural jewel.
Day 4: Siam Park
If you are travelling with children or just fancy a day of fun in a water park, the fourth day of your trip is perfect to visit the famous Siam Park. This park, considered one of the best in the world, has attractions for all ages and guarantees a day full of adrenaline and fun.
Day 5: Los Gigantes and Masca Cliffs
The fifth day will be spent visiting the spectacular Los Gigantes Cliffs and the picturesque village of Masca. Los Gigantes is an impressive rock formation over 600 metres high that rises above the sea. From there, you can take a boat and enjoy a walk along the coast and, if you’re lucky, see dolphins and whales. Afterwards, we recommend a visit to Masca, a charming little village in the heart of the Teno Rural Park.
Day 6: Garachico and Buenavista del Norte
Garachico is a beautiful coastal town in the north of Tenerife. It is known for its colonial architecture and natural swimming pools. The first place you should visit is the Plaza de la Libertad, which is the heart of the town. In this square you will find the Iglesia de Santa Ana, a beautiful 18th century church.
After spending the morning in Garachico, you can head to Buenavista del Norte, a beautiful village surrounded by mountains and banana plantations. Here, you can visit the church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, which is one of the oldest churches in Tenerife. You can also walk through the cobbled streets of the old town and enjoy the panoramic views of the coast.
Day 7: El Médano and departure to the airport to return home
El Médano is a small coastal town in the south of Tenerife. It is famous for its golden sandy beaches and for being a paradise for water sports such as windsurfing and kitesurfing. If you love water sports, this is the perfect place to practice them.
If you prefer something more relaxed, you can walk along the beach and enjoy the sun and the sea. You can also visit the Mirador de El Médano, which offers stunning views of the coast and the Red Mountain.
After spending the morning in El Médano, it’s time to leave for the airport to return home. Make sure you arrive in plenty of time to check in and go through security. If you have time, you can do some last minute shopping in the shops or enjoy a last typical Canarian meal in one of the restaurants.
Tenerife is an island full of natural and cultural wonders, and we hope you made the most of your trip and enjoyed the activities on each day. See you next time!