The Island of Eternal Spring.
In summer not too hot, max 28°C and in winter the temperature never drops below 20°C.
You will never be bored by nature: beautiful sandy beaches and beautiful mountain landscapes alternate. A large part of the island consists of a protected nature reserve.
Tenerife is one of the 17 autonomous regions in Spain, namely the Canary Islands. The Canary Islands themselves are divided into the eastern islands including Gran Canaria and the western islands including Tenerife, El Hierro, La Palma and La Gomera. A paradise island off the coast of Africa with the best climate in the European Union.
The island looks like a scalene triangle with a sharp point in the east and the capital Santa Cruz.
A lot of tourist real estate has been developed, especially in the southern and western part of the island. It is also the driest part of the island.
We start at Costa del Silencio and Las Galletas is now back on the rise. There is even more space and an extension of the marina and a redevelopment of the neighborhoods around the former Ten Bel are planned in the near future. Definitely worth a look if you don’t like high-rise buildings and are looking for picturesque small towns.
The more fashionable Costa Adeje is expanding more and more, so that it is already being developed as far as Playa Paraiso, Guía de Isora and Los Gigantes.
Life is cheap there due to a favorable tax regime: they don’t know VAT.
And all that beauty is only a 4-hour flight from Belgium.
Our must-see & to-do tips:
– Take the funicular to the top of Teide
– Spend an afternoon at the beach club of the Hard Rock Hotel
– Watch the stars or the blood moon on the Las Cañadas platform
– Dine at MB, starred Michelin restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton ABAMA Resort
FOR WHOM IS TENERIFE IDEAL?
For those looking for a minimum temperature of 20°C in winter.
For those who always want life around them, but also for the avid hikers.
For the refined bon vivants.
For the shoppers.
A very elegant island with fantastic nature.
Pleasant southern climate, mountain ranges, extensive beaches, rocky bays and clear water. Picturesque villages, charming harbors.
But also the ideal island for luxury shopping and wellness indulgence.
Mallorca has it all.
Mallorca belongs to one of the 17 autonomous regions in Spain, namely the Balearic Islands.
The best island in Spain, second best in Europe and sixth best in the world according to “Travellers’ Choice” on TripAdvisor 2015. No one needs to confirm this to anyone who already lives or vacations here. An island that leaves no one indifferent. With 23 golf courses and 365 playing days a year, Mallorca is a top destination for golf enthusiasts. Also Europe’s first destination for cycling tourism during the winter months!
The rolling and sometimes mountainous interior is reminiscent of the French Provence: The marinas are not inferior to the Spanish Puerto Banus or the French St. Tropez.
Our must see & to-do tips:
– Visit the historic city of Palma de Mallorca.
– Spend an afternoon in the luxury marina of Port Adriano designed by Philippe Starck.
– Visit the lighthouse of Cap de Formentor, the most northern point of Mallorca. Fantastic views guaranteed.
FOR WHOM IS MAJORCA?
More than a party island. Always green and full of life from June to September. Quiet, island feel from October to May.
Ibiza belongs to one of the 17 autonomous regions in Spain, namely the Balearic Islands. The capital of Ibiza, Eivissa, has been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site. High above the city, an imposing castle and cathedral, at the bottom of the mountain, small alleys full of souvenir shops and romantic restaurants.
Idyllic beaches, beautiful mountains and the best DJs together form the ultimate combination of natural beauty and cosmopolitan nightlife.
And if that’s nice, but a 2 hour flight from Belgium or the Netherlands.
Our must see & to-do tips:
– Visit the capital Eivissa.
– Watch the sunset from the terrace of Cafe del Mar.
– Walk to the Pirate Tower (Torre de Savinar) for a great photo of Es Vedra.