Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands for land mass and population. It also attracts more visitors than any other island each year. It’s estimated that over 5 million tourists jet off to this beautiful volcanic island every year. The main reason for the high level of tourism is the excellent climate in Tenerife. This island is also one of the warmest places to visit during winter and spring as the temperatures further north are freezing.
The temperature during the colder winter months falls to 17 Celsius but not much lower. There are a few exceptions where the altitude will make temperatures much cooler. The Anaga Mountains in the northeast of the island and Teide Volcano in the centre.