Tenerife is one of the go-to destinations for Brits who want to enjoy a HOT Holiday in the sun, with year round sun being a major draw for planning to visit the island for their annual holiday.

Millions of people flock to the island every year and it isn’t hard to see why, with plenty of attractions for couples and families alike to enjoy.

It’s also a popular destination for groups of friends looking for some fun in the sun, and also for singles who might want to enjoy an action-packed break on their own – with the bustling party scene certain to appeal.

As well as having plenty of top class beaches on which you can lie back and enjoy the sun, but there are also plenty of world-class attractions – including Siam Park.

Rated as the top water parks in the world, Siam Park is part of the reason why some people chose to visit Tenerife in the first place, with a number of hotels offering the chance to have free access to the park during the course of your break.

Whilst many of the main resorts are around the southern tip of the island, there is also plenty to enjoy towards the north of the island, which includes the Loro Parque animal park.

Given the way in which the island has something to cater for all tastes, and all budgets, it isn't hard to see why overseas visitors flock in their millions every year.

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  • Language: Spanish

Siam Park

One of the main attractions paying a visit to Tenerife is Siam Park, widely regarded as one of the top waterparks to be found anywhere in Europe. Located to the south of the island, the popular complex is home to a number of different slides that are suitable for all ages, ranging from a splash park for youngsters to the high-speed Tower of Power, where you can hit 80km/h as you pass through a shark-filled aquarium.

Loro Parque

Loro Parque is one of the largest wildlife parks in Europe and one of the must see attractions for anyone paying a visit to Tenerife. The park, which is a sanctuary for a number of endangered species, houses various different types of animals with the biggest draw being a collection of orcas that are involved in a popular show every day.

Play a round

If you fancy a round of golf during your trip to Tenerife then you’re in luck, with the island being home to a championship 18 hole course near Costa Adeje. There’s a shorter nine hole option if you are limited for time as well as a driving range, with a club house where you can get a drink afterwards.

Mount Teide

Easily accessible from the various resorts that are found along the south coast of the island is the towering peak of Mount Tiede, which remains of the largest volcanoes to be found anywhere in the world. A trip to the Mount Teide National Park offers the chance to tackle a range of different walking trails, whilst there is a cable car to the summit for those who want an easier option to take in the views.

Cruise from Los Cristianos

The harbour in Los Cristianos is the place to go if you fancy taking a trip out to sea on one of the various excursions that are available off the southern coast. You could head off to try and find dolphins and whales playing in the water, try a glass-bottomed boat that gives you the chance to see below the surface or take a day trip out to one of the other neighbouring islands.

Search for dolphins

The waters off the coast around Playa de las Americas are popular with dolphins so a trip out to sea to try and spot the creatures playing in their natural environment is a must. There are various boats that operate trips so you’ll have plenty of options to chose from.

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