Tenerife , paradisiac Island





Have you ever seen a place that is an island with volcano and beach at the same time, and which belongs to the Spaniards, but the most spoken language is English or German? Which is where the Europeans flee in the rigorous winter because there the climate is mild, it is sunny during the day and a little cold at night? No? Well, it's time to meet. I present you: Tenerife, one of the 7 islands that make up the Canary Islands. For all that reasons, visitors are thinking to moving they life to Tenerife, if you have that dream, the first step would be looking for an real estate agency, companies like - www.sun4free.com,  has  many options, that goes from affordable apartments to luxury houses, in front the paradisiac beaches



Even in the winter the weather is a delight, where there is hot sun day by day, which promotes perfect days of beach, bronze and all sort of sports or outside activities. And at night, it had a nice breeze. It is not lower than 15 degrees, which is perfect for those coming from the continent in the middle of winter, where temperatures are usually freeze, dark days, and snow!





Although colonized by Spaniards, the first language used for information is German. On all information signs, German appears first, followed by Spanish and English. This are maybe , a reflex off many Germans who choose Tenerife as they own place in the sun, buying holiday houses, or even building a life there.





Besides the language, Tenerife has specific peculiarities that only an island that surrounds a volcano could have. The tourist resort is the perfect place for both those who want to rest and those who are looking for fun. Young people and adults are seen spending holidays on the various beaches along the island. Resorts, restaurants, nightclubs, bars, anyway, anyone who is willing to enjoy the summer all year long, it is worth it: Tenerife is a paradise Canarias. And in the even Canarias islands there is a thousand diversities.





Volcanoes that formed on the seafloor 14 million years ago gave rise to the seven islands that today make up the paradisiac archipelago of the Canaries. They are: La Palma, El Hierro, La Gomera, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, as well as several small islands and coastal islands.




The Canary Islands are located very close to the tropics, in the Atlantic Ocean, next to Morocco and, because of this, the sun predominates almost every day of the year, accompanied by constant winds. The landscape ranges from lava deserts to primitive forests, or even from black sand dunes to volcanic peaks.



The area of ​​the Spanish archipelago is 7,447 km². The population, in 2005, already reached almost 2 million, corresponding to the eighth most populous region of Spain. In the 14th and 15th centuries when Spanish navigators discovered the islands and annexed them to Spain, they were inhabited by native Guanches. The Canaries are known from the earliest antiquity, being, in the Greco-Roman period of European history, called Fortunate Isles.