Popular Destinations: Tenerife Airport North

Los Realejos

Tenerife is the island of the eternal spring, where you can spend your holidays in beautiful natural surroundings. Most people visit the southwest of the island, Playa de Las Americas, Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje resorts.

At the south, the weather is more pleasant, but the northern parts are more authentic, more relaxed. Los Realejos is a delightful resort in the north of Tenerife Island, a medium-sized town in Spain, located at the foot of Teide.

Read more

Norte Los Rodeos

The Tenerife Airport North or as the locals call it, Norte Los Rodeos, is one of the two international airports on the island of Tenerife. It is located to the north on the island, in the municipality of San Cristobal de la Laguna, only 10 kilometres far from the capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

Norte Los Rodeos mostly handles the traffic between the Canary Islands. You can easily reach Gran Canaria, La Palma, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, El Hierro and La Gomera from Tenerife's northern airport.

Read more

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the capital of the province of the same name and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the second capital of the Canary Islands.

The sights of Santa Cruz de Tenerife include the Baroque Iglesia de San Fransisco church, the 102 meters high Torres de Santa Cruz twin towers (not many of the skyscrapers), built between 2004 and 2006, and modern, expressionist style Auditorio de Tenerife concert hall built in 1997-2003.

Read more


The city of Garachico is a little gem with its historic buildings, that can be found in the northwest of Tenerife, 60 km from Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

It was founded on a peninsula, more precisely a volcanic inlet; and for many years was the main commercial port on the north coast, from where the wine and sugar was taken to the New World.

Read more

Pyramids of Güímar

The Pyramids of Güímar can be found in the small village of Güímar on the eastern coast of Tenerife, which is part of the Canary Islands.

These still hold mysteries for the archaeologists. Originally there were nine built, but only six can be seen today. For a long time it was thought that these pyramids are simple stone heaps built by the ancient farmers, basically creating terraces.

Read more