Just a few recommendations related to the weather in Tenerife: As we have so many different microclimates in the Island, it is better to be know in advance a few things:
– Use sunscreen. The easiest way to distinguish a tourist from locals is the colour: Pinks and tanned. If you want to come back with a good colour you may use frequently suncreen, especially in beaches and pools.
– Visiting Teide. If you plan to visit mount Teide, remember it’s about 3718 m (12198 feet): It’s really cold there. No matter how hard you are, shorts and t-shirt won’t be enough.
– Extra clothes. If you travel around the Island, don’t forget to carry a pull-over, the temperature can just drop in a few minutes. In the north side of Tenerife, the area of La Laguna is especially cold.If you want to have a look to the weather in Tenerife over the year (temperature, sun hours, rain fall), just click here.