Tenerife is the largest and most populated island of the seven Canary Islands and of all Spain.

Apart from being a top touristic destination due to its warm temperatures all year round, Tenerife is also rich in culture, as it has been for centuries a principal stopover and cultural bridge between Europe-Latin America and Africa. Come and see a UNESCO World Heritage Site, San Cristobál de La Laguna.

Tenerife is called the “eternal spring” island not only due to its sunny weather but also thanks to its high biodiversity, praising with over 1400 plant species (out of which 10% are endemic) in Teide National Park (Teide Mountain 3718m), UNESCO Reserve Biosphere of Anaga or Teno Rural Park.

Puerto de la Cruz

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

San Cristóbal de La Laguna

La Orotava

Practical information

Once you pre-register to the courses, we will send you a kit with practical information about Tenerife.

Visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site, San Cristobál de La Laguna

Tenerife, The islands of volcanoes