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Tenerife offers an extremely diverse range of landscapes with the north full of verdant subtropical vegetation, forests and banana plantations and a dramatic rugged coastline. The south is more desert-like, filled with a lunar landscape and a mix of black and white beaches. In central Tenerife, the island boasts the highest point in all of Spain with the majestic Mount Teide volcano, measuring 3,718m, and visible from all over the island.
Holidays in Tenerife offer a good mix of resorts to suit to cater for all tastes, with the majority of holidaymakers choosing to stay in the south, enjoying the man-made beaches, great facilities and lively nightlife. Playa de las Americas is the largest resort on the island, and caters mainly for the younger crowd, while Los Cristianos, originally a fishing village next door, offers a slightly quieter, more traditional base, whilst the purpose-built Costa Adeje and Playa Paraisa are modern suburbs of their boisterous neighbour.
Further north, Puerto de la Cruz is the oldest resort on Tenerife, and offers a quaint town centre with a charming old quarter, and some fabulous attractions including a Blue Flag beach, whilst Los Gigantes, home to the unique and dramatic cliffs emerging from the Atlantic, is known for the best weather on the island.