Mobile house route around Tenerife

Tenerife, the largest island of the Canary archipelago, is a paradise for lovers of nature, culture, adventure and sun and beach tourism. With year-round mild tourism and a diverse landscape that includes golden beaches, volcanoes and charming villages, Tenerife is an ideal destination to explore by motorhome.

The experts at Go Caravan Canarias, your mobile house rental company in Tenerife, have designed an exciting 3-day route to explore Tenerife by mobile house.. It will allow you to describe the best of the island, including the possibility of extending the tour as many days as you feel necessary, and even take a ferry to any other island in the region. Still not sure why travel by mobile house? With our vehicles, you will discover the answer to this question.

Tips for spending the night in Tenerife with a mobile house

Although there are many rest areas for motorhomes in Tenerife, if you want to enjoy the best Caravaning experience, booking a place in a campsite with all the services is the best decision. We give you some examples to make it easy for you to spend the night in Tenerife with a campervan or camper van:

Camping Nauta: has pitches for motorhomes, caravans and mobile homes, electricity outlets and camping area. There is also a point for motorhomes (water supply and evacuation of WC and grey water), accessible and adapted toilets, showers with hot water, etc.

Camping Montaña Roja: as well as offering parking for motorhomes and all the services you need for a pleasant overnight stay, there is also a camping area with cabins and/or bungalows, a restaurant, direct access to the beach and Wi-Fi in all the facilities.

Tour of Tenerife by motorhome in 3 days

For a complete tour of Tenerife, we have prepared a 3-day mobile house route that can be extended to include other interesting and popular destinations such as Puerto de la Cruz or the north of the island.

Day 1: Santa Cruz de Tenerife and La Laguna

Start your adventure in the island’s capital, one of the most important cities in the Canary Islands. It is a vibrant municipality that will surprise you with its mix of modern and traditional architecture. Si te gusta la cultura y las construcciones arquitectónicas, no te pierdas el icónico Tenerife Auditorium, una obra maestra diseñada por el mítico Santiago Calatrava.

When you’ve finished in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, head to La Laguna, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a colonial old town that will take you back in time with its cobbled streets and historic buildings. Enter the Cathedral of San Cristóbal and enjoy the local gastronomy in one of its busy restaurants. Other tourist attractions include the Plaza del Adelantado, the Casa Salazar and the Real Santuario del Santísimo Cristo de La Laguna.

Day 2: The South of Tenerife

This second day can be divided into two days if you choose the second day to travel to La Gomera, as there is a ferry from Los Cristianos to this nearby island. La Gomera is known for its lush vegetation and the Parque Nacional de Garajonay, a paradise for nature lovers. It is a little-visited haven of peace and tranquillity that hides secrets unique to the Canary Islands.

If you decide to stay in Tenerife, visit the south of the island, the most touristic area as it is home to some of the most beautiful beaches. I’m sure you’ve heard of Playa de las Américas, a lively seaside town famous for its nightlife and atmosphere. We also recommend Playa de San Juan or Playa de las Vistas for a more peaceful day of sun and beach. Whatever you decide to do, don’t miss the sunset at the Archipenque viewpoint in Armeñime, which offers spectacular views of the entire coast.

If you are ravelling by mobile house with children, the south of Tenerife has many attractions for them, including water parks.

Day 3: Teide National Park

The third day is reserved for exploring the heart of Tenerife: the majestic Teide National Park. Before you set off, make sure you get a permit to drive to the top of Mount Teide, as places are limited. It is an annoying procedure, but it is essential to take care of this National Park as it deserves.

Teide is an active volcano that stands as the highest point in Spain (over 3,700 metres above sea level). The views from the top are breathtaking, especially at sunrise. Along the way, you will find numerous viewpoints that will allow you to appreciate the unique beauty of this lunar landscape. You can take the cable car to the top (check opening times and dates).

After exploring Teide, discover the charm of the nearby villages, such as Vilaflor, known for being the highest village in Spain (1,501 metres above sea level, although its highest point is 2,484 metres). Here you can taste the delicious Canarian gastronomy in a traditional atmosphere.

Rent a motorhome in Tenerife with Go Caravan Canarias

If you are interested in this mobile house tour around Tenerife, contact Go Caravan Canarias (+34 643 774 138) and enjoy the best rental conditions on the island. Our premises are located in La Laguna (Tenerife), but with us you will be able to travel all over the Canary Islands without limits. Check conditions and rates and book as soon as possible a motorhome for rent in Tenerife.