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Let’s start by saying that Tenerife can be visited 365 days a year thanks to its subtropical climate, dry and not humid. The next position near the equator, the hot winds that arrive from Africa mean that even if Tenerife is surrounded by the ocean, then cold water, you can swim in December.
Here the passage of time can be seen only with the arrival of the holidays, Christmas for example, otherwise we do not even notice being in the winter (in December 2017 at New Year there were 32 degrees in the day). A small corner of paradise where the rains are practically non-existent (in the South of the Island).
On 12 annual months, we can see that the low season is the months before summer (April, May, June) and the month of October (there is a change between summer tourists and those who come to winter) .. it is usually said “it’s always spring”.
You must know, however, that the climate in Tenerife is very different between the North and the South of the island. the North is more rainy and cold in winter (in the evening you can touch 10 degrees, which in the South does not happen, we are about 15) and maybe you need a small heater in the house. Santa Cruz, capital of the island of Tenerife, is a city with green spaces, buildings and multinationals, businessmen to understand, while the South is very desert, unless you go to the Teide, and you can work mainly in the tertiary sector , let’s say that tourists focused almost all in the South where, precisely, there is the ideal climate all year round.
Do you know what meteopathy is? It is when the weather affects the person. Where there is a dry climate and the sun almost all the year, as well as helping people who have rheumatic problems, skin, lungs, puts people in a good mood because, it is scientifically proven, that the sun is good and relaxes .
The island has about a hundred different microclimates, this means that you can go from one country to another and find in a full sun and no wind, in the other clouds and wind .. also you should not underestimate the Calima. It is a Scirocco wind coming from the South East, from the neighboring Sahara, caused by the formation of an area of high pressure in North Africa (citation wikipedia) This wind brings with it, in addition to the hot African air, also dust and sand, which produces a constant haze and the sudden increase in temperatures that stabilize, for the whole duration of the phenomenon, around 40 °.
Tenerife is not famous for the sea, even if only for that it would not be a possible destination, but for culture, for the way of life, for the kitchen, for the climate, for the natural and aquatic parks, for the Teide .. If you’ve never been there, visit us!