Affordable one-way flights to Tenerife South

Tenerife

Our cheap flights to Tenerife would get you to the the biggest and most popular of the Canary Islands and has plenty going on to keep every holidaymaker happy. Beautiful summers and mild winters make it an ideal year-round destination, with couples, groups and families all enjoying best beaches in Tenerife.

Whether you want a five star holiday, a back to nature experience, or a party in the sunshine - this Canary Island has it all going on! Thomas Cook Airlines operates plenty of flights to Tenerife South from many airports in the United Kingdom which you can choose from.

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More about Tenerife South

Ten million people a year can’t be wrong - the fantastic weather, lively atmosphere and entertainment for families make Tenerife a stand-out spot for those looking for a fun holiday.

For year-round fun in the sun, book your cheap flights to Tenerife with Thomas Cook Airlines and take your pick of the island's resorts and attractions - whether as a couple, a family or with a group of friends, there really is something for everybody.

Tenerife South weather

Five-day forecast

SUNDAY

19.11.

25°C

MONDAY

20.11.

26°C

TUESDAY

21.11.

27°C

WEDNESDAY

22.11.

27°C

THURSDAY

23.11.

26°C

Average
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  • -30
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Top 5 things to do in Tenerife

10 facts about Tenerife

1.

Mount Teide, the biggest volcano on Tenerife reaches to 3,718-metres (12,198 ft). Its summit is the highest point in Spain, making Tenerife the 10th highest island in the world.

2.

Mount Teide is active - its most recent eruption occurred in 1909. It has a history of destructive eruptions, yet it is very close to several large towns

3.

Teide’s popular national park, visited by 2.5 million people per year, is home to many invertebrate species, over 40% of which are endemic. 70 of these can only be found in the park.

4.

For those wondering where is Tenerife, Tenerife is in Spain and its the most populated island, with 898,680 inhabitants. That’s 43% of the total population of all the Canary Islands. Over 5 million tourists visit Tenerife every year.

5.

The Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is held every February in Santa Cruz. The second most popular festival in the world after Rio, it aspires to become a World Heritage Site.

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One of the main Tenerife attractions is the Mirador de la Paz, a lovely square with great views, is where Agatha Christie was apparently inspired to write the novel, ‘The Mysterious Mr Quin.

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The flag of Tenerife is the same as Scotland’s - though that’s where the similarities end - particularly with regards to the weather!

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Tenerife's Thai-themed water park, Siam Park, holds five world records, including having the world’s longest lazy river and the largest Thai building outside of Asia.

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The English translation of "Los Abrigos" is "The Overcoats". We have no idea why, as Tenerife gets an envy-inducing 300 days of sunshine per year.

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Don't forget to visit El Medano and Playa la Tejita, which are considered to be the best beaches in Tenerife.

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