The island of Tenerife,the largest island of the Canaries archipelago, covers an area of 81 kilometres by 41 kilometres.
Tenerife is an island of volcanic origin. Its biggest volcano, Teide, is 16 kilometres across and 3718 metres above sea level; it is the highest point in Spain. Registered on the UNESCO World heritage List, Teide National Park is one of the island’s assets. During your stop on the island, we recommend that you set out to discover this lunar-looking place.
Tenerife is, by its geographical and cultural richness, a must-see. You will be able to make a stopover in one of the many anchorages the coast has to offer and make the most of the lively atmosphere of Santa Cruz Harbour, capital of the western province of the Canaries.
Sailing around Tenerife offers a variety of landscapes. You will be able to enjoy a very pleasant stopover north of the island at Punta de Antaquara, in a pretty bay surrounded by cliffs, and make the most of a very peaceful and sheltered anchorage. A few miles away south, you will get to San Andres which houses the pretty beach of Santa Theresa.
Canaries’ tropical climate offers ideal sailing conditions and is considered as one of the most pleasant ones in the world. Like in the rest of the archipelago, sailing conditions are ideal most of the time but can sometimes prove to be challenging with trade winds strengthening around the islands. You therefore need to remain vigilant.
With its two international airports, Tenerife is very easy to get to for a cruise around the Canaries archipelago.
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