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Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, Los Cristianos, Aqualand Aqualand is well known for the Rio Bravo and Kamikaze rides as well as other rides and entertainment such as the waterfalls, slides, pools, trampolines and a children's castle. There are also sunbed areas, restaurants, snack bars and souvenir shops. Another feature of Aqualand is Dolphin lake and the Dolphin show which you definitely do not want to miss.
Towns & Resorts on TenerifeIn Tenerife if you travel from the beach up to its mountaintops, you will discover an island of remarkable contrast as along the way you will find places which will fill your holiday needs and most places you will not soon forget. Starting out there are the long golden beaches, some with black volcanic sand and secret little coves. As you proceed upwards you encounter deep ravines, rather high cliffs, exotic woodlands, landscapes created by lava flows that one would believe impossible to create. In some of the flows there are caves to explore. As you go up there are banana plantations covering some of the valleys, it just goes on and on.

Los Silos, Tenerife, Canary Islands, SpainThis town can be found in the lush lowlands of the islands on the Northwest coast at the foot of the Reno Mountains. This is a picturesque town with pretty plazas, ancient architecture and winding cobbled streets.

La Orotava, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain This town was once the home of some of Spain's most wealthy noble families following the Spanish conquest. The fertile slopes of the valley of La Orotava boosted their fortunes even further by growing sugar and vines. Today the valley is covered with banana plants which still bring an abundance of wealth to the town making its inhabitants still among the islands most aristocratic.

San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands, SpainSan Cristobal de la Laguna is one of Tenerife's most ancient and historical cities. Located in the Aguere valley at the foot of the Anaga Mountains, this hidden gem is often ignored by the majority of visitors. The town previously served as the island's capital until 1821 having been founded by Tenerife's conqueror Alonso Fernandez de Lugo in 1496.

Puerto de la Cruz, Garachico, Tenerife, Canary Islands, SpainThis town has a very interesting past. Located to the west of Puerto de la Cruz, was at one time the main port for the importing and exporting of wine until the harbour was partially blocked by Lava in 1706.

In its short history, it has experienced floods, storms, fires, plagues of locusts, volcanic eruptions and Bubonic plague.

Los Realejos, Tenerife, Canary Islands, SpainSited on the slopes of the Tigaiga Mountain Range at the edge of the La Orotava Valley, Los Realejos looks like an Italian mountain village. Despite the heritage of the village, it has remained fairly anonymous and off the beaten track.

Arico Nuevo, Tenerife, Canary Islands, SpainIf you want to discover the mountain villages of the east coast then take the TF28 road and wind your way back in time. One such village is Arico Nuevo, the middle one in a family of three villages that include Villa de Arico to the north and Arico Viejo to the south.

Shopping in Tenerife Tenerife, as well as the other Canary Islands, is partly tax free area. So the prices for tobacco, spirits and perfumes are cheaper there than on the average in EU countries. Travellers returning from the Canary Islands are treated at the customs like travellers from outside the European Union.
Golf on TenerifeBuenavista golf club has an enjoyable 18 holes and a Club House boasting superb panoramic views of the entire course. Located on striking cliffs and flanked by the impressive Teno Country Park, the Seve Ballesteros designed Buenavista Golf course enjoys close proximity to the stunning coastline. On several of the greens it feels like you are hitting the ball into the ocean.