Flight and tourism information

The best way to get to Tenerife is by plane, via Tenerife South-Reina Sofía Airport 

Tenerife South airport is only approximately 16 km far from the Conference hotel in Costa Adeje

Excellently communicated, with very convenient direct flights from major Europe cities. Almost 75 worldwide airports connect directly with Tenerife South airport

The “Aeropuerto Tenerife Sur (TFS) – Reina Sofía” is located in the district of Granadilla de Abona. From this airport over 150 airlines operate international, national and inter-island flights and almost nine million passengers use it every year making it one of the busiest airports in Spain. It is located very close to the tourist resorts in the south of the island and can be reached via the TF-1 motorway. Very convenient and numerous Taxi (around 25 euros) and Bus connections can be used to reach Conference hotel from TFS Airport (approximately in 20-25 min).



Tenerife Island belongs to the Canary Islands archipelago which lies between the 28th and the 29th parallel north and 16 and 17 degrees west, slightly to the north of the Tropic of Cancer near the west coast of Africa.
Tenerife is a volcanic island formed in the late Tertiary Age. In the center of the island, the impressive cone of El Teide (3,718 m) rises up over the Caldera de Las Cañadas, forming the highest point of the island.
The rugged island terrain and the variety of climates has produced a territory of many different landscapes and forms, from the Teide National Park to Los Gigantes Cliffs with their vertical walls, with semi-desert areas with their drought-resistant plants in the south, valleys of tropical and subtropical crops, areas of laurel forests in the Anaga and Teno massifs and large areas of pine forest above the laurel forests relicts of the Tertiary Age. The wide variety of climates and landscapes in Tenerife is matched by a wealth of ecosystems, each with its own characteristic flora and fauna.
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The Island´s climate is mild due to the prevailing winds, the island orography and the cold Canary current.. There are no seasons of extreme cold or suffocating heat. Average temperatures fluctuate between 17º and 18º C in winter, up to 24º or 25º C in summer. These relative and general values are especially applicable in coastal areas where most of the tourist resorts are sited.

Despite its small size (2,034 Km2), Tenerife has a surprisingly rich biological diversity due to its special climate. The abundance of micro-climates and natural habitats is clearly reflected in the rich and varied vegetation to be found on the island: 1400 species of higher plants, including 140 species endemic to Tenerife.
For more info about TENERIFE and what to do please visit Official Tourism website 
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...including outstanding leisure parks like "Siam Park" (located at South of Tenerife just 5 min drive by taxy from Conference Hotel)
..and world first-class Zoo "Loro Parque" located at the North of the Island




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