Corporate rental accommodations in Tenerife

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Tenerife is an island in the Atlantic Ocean belonging to the Spanish autonomous community of the Canary Islands. Together with La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro it forms the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. With an area of 2034.38 km² and a population of 944,107 inhabitants, it is the largest island of the Canary archipelago and the most populated in Spain.

The city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the capital of the island and of the province of the same name, as well as its most populated municipality, with 209,194 inhabitants.

The island has another place listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the Teide National Park, which is the most visited in Spain and one of the most visited in the world. Or one of the largest zoos in Spain, the Loro Park, is a zoo that also contains a collection of tropical plants located in Puerto de la Cruz. If you like nature, another place not to be missed is the Botanical Garden Natural Park.

Another point of interest in Tenerife is the Auditorio de Tenerife Adán Martín, designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava. It is located on the Avenida de La Constitución in the capital of the Canary Islands, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Or you can visit something more cultural as the Basilica of Our Lady of Candelaria is a Roman Catholic minor basilica, the first Marian sanctuary of the Canary Islands.

Of great importance is the carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, declared a Festival of International Tourist Interest and considered one of the most important worldwide.

There are several names that different cultures have attributed to Tenerife throughout history. Thus, for example, for the native Guanches the island was called Achinech, although depending on the bibliography consulted the name can acquire different spelling variations such as Achineche, Chinechi or Chinet.

Roman descriptions of the Fortunate Isles, such as that of Pliny the Elder in his work Naturalis Historia, included an island called Nivaria or Ninguaria.

Portulan maps of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries usually designate the island as Insula del’inferno, ‘island of Hell’, probably due to the eruptive processes of which the volcano was the protagonist.

According to the first historians of the island, such as Fray Alonso de Espinosa or Leonardo Torriani, the word “Tenerife” was adopted by the Castilians from the name used by the aborigines of La Palma to refer to the island. This would come from the terms tener, ‘snow’, and fe, ‘mountain’, being translated as ‘snowy mountain’ or ‘snowy mountain’ referring to the peak of Teide.

The typical food of Tenerife looks, above all, to the sea. And not only because the fish and seafood that inhabit the waters surrounding the Canary archipelago triumph on the menu of its restaurants and family tables.

Here we are going to recommend you some restaurants you can visit like the Etéreo by Pedro Nel, in this spacious air-conditioned restaurant they serve innovative versions of classic Spanish dishes. Or something more typical from there the Nielsen Restaurant in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

The typical cuisine of Tenerife is not an example of great stridency or complex elaborations. Rather, it is about simple preparations in which the local product reigns: fish,

Patatas arrugadas, El gofio, Almogrote, Sancocho, Ropa vieja.

With this introduction, we hope that Tenerife will be your next destination and that you will find what you are looking for in our business apartments.

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