The weather on Tenerife is amongst some of the best on offer around the world and the constant warm climate attracts visitors to Tenerife throughout the year. The coastal areas of Tenerife tend to offer the hottest weather and clearest skies, often with seemingly endless sunshine and only occasional rain.
The south of Tenerife is hotter than that of the north of Tenerife due to the geographical location of mount Tiede and its sheltering characteristics. Torviscas sits on the south of the island meaning we enjoy the best of the Tenerife weather.
The temperature doesn't fluctuate very much throughout the year, hence Tenerife has been dubbed by many as "the island of eternal spring". The Tenerife climate is very warm in peak season with temperatures regularly hitting 30 degrees Celsius during the summer months.
Although Tenerife and the surrounding Canary Islands are Spanish in ownership, they are closer to Africa than anywhere else. Lying in the Atlantic Sea, a mere 200 km from the North West coast of Africa, Tenerife enjoys a lot of the same sub-tropical climate with cooling winds blowing over from the African deserts.
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