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Tenerife is one of the most sought-after destinations for tourists planning a visit to the Canary Islands, thanks to the Tenerife beaches. It is a part of Spain but is located off the coast of West Africa. The island is spread across 300 kilometres and is filled with a lot of eye-catching beaches. A dormant volcano occupies a major part of the island, thanks to which, the majority of the beaches in this island have black sand.
Beaches in Tenerife exist in different sizes and are for different types of tourists, right from adventure seekers and party animals to those visiting Canary Islands with their families for a vacation. Tenerife beaches are recipients of the blue flag certification for the cleanliness and the numerous facilities, specially made for tourists, for a hassle-free experience. The beaches are picturesque, pristine, and offer some of the best marine life for tourists to explore. Also, despite being a destination frequented by tourists, it continues to retain its native charm.