Always connectedExcellent connections to the main European cities. Two international airports.
Good climate all year-roundA gentle climate throughout the year, with temperatures varying between 20ºC in winter and 25ºC in summer, which makes it possible to do all kinds of open air activities throughout the year.
The best conference centresFive modern conference centres, with avant-garde design and flexible interiors that can be quickly and easily divided, with capacity for up to 4,000 delegates.
Extensive hotel capacityUnbeatable accommodation, with over 50,000 beds in four and five-star hotels, that are considered to be among the best in Europe.
Leisure and free timeGreat options for social programmes and excursions (Mount Teide National Park, Whale-watching, Historical Cities, Museums,..).
The magic of a unique settingSurprises stimulate the mind. Only in Tenerife can you enjoy business meetings in unique surroundings. You may find yourself either surrounded by banana plantations, in a rustic country house with traditional Canarian architecture, in an ancient monastery or among natural pools at the very edge of the sea. All the landscapes you can possibly imagine on one island. Tenerife also has a distinct cuisine. Simple, but ancient recipes, first class products and innovative culinary skills are abundant throughout the island. Excellent wines, tropical fruits, seafood, honey, and the local specialty gofio (ground roasted maize), are a world of new flavours ready to be discovered.
Tax advantagesLow tax area. Tenerife has fiscal incentives and is part of the ZEC (Special Canarian Zone). The local indirect taxation amounts to a maximum of only 5%.
Exotic location in EuropeSafety of an exotic destination in a European setting. Same currency, same quality of service, same guarantees.
The best organizersLocal travel agencies with vast experience with conference groups and incentive trips. Suppliers of services and everything necessary for large events (assembly of stands, adventure agencies, hostesses, transport companies,...).