Private jet to Tenerife: fly to the Canaries with the comfort of Fast Private Jets

Wednesday 3 August 2022 Blog, Top Destinations

Flying to Tenerife? Here's why you should choose Fast Private Jet

Thinking of going to Tenerife?

Well, you have chosen the perfect article for you! Why? Because we will see the main benefits of flying by chartered plane and how to reach the Canaries in total comfort and relax.

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View of Tenerife

Flying by private jets means saving time, travelling safe, and with whoever you want

Travelling is always an adventure but, sometimes, things don't go as we may want to.

Delays, bad weather conditions, the passenger next to you who sneezes all the time. Well, not what you dreamed of when you were planning your trip at home, am I right?

Let me tell you: flying by private jet means travelling on another level.

Foremost, you can finally avoid the long queues for the controls, since our staff will lead you to a reserved area where you will be able to do the check-in in total discretion.

Then, after waiting in the lounge area of the airport, you will get on the plane and experience the maximum of comfort.


Thanks to our multiple services, such as:

  • Chef or barman on board
  • Catering service
  • Maxi TV screen and cinema effect
  • Beauty treatment and massage

And what if you have to work during your flight?

No problem, we can fit out the business set up, so you can use your laptop and the Wi-Fi connection on board.

But wait, I'm not done yet.

Choosing to fly with us means also choosing your fellow travellers.

In fact, you won't have strangers sitting next to you, namely you can decide to travel by yourself, with your family and friends, or with your colleagues.


So, why don't you give it a try?

Now, let's see what to visit once you landed in Tenerife.

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7 amazing places you must see in Tenerife

The beaches of Tenerife

You cannot talk about Tenerife without referring to its beaches and sea; after all, they are the reasons why 10 million people every year decide to go to Tenerife and the other Canary Islands.

In Tenerife, there are 350 kilometres of coastline of all kinds. The most famous and popular on the island is Las Teresitas, which is only 7 km from Santa Cruz, making it ideal for cooling off a bit while visiting the city.

The beach is about 1.5 km long and is composed of sand (4 million bags) brought from the Sahara. It is full of palm trees and plants called 'sea grapes' that give it a Caribbean look; there are all the amenities and entertainment one would expect in one of the world's most famous urban beaches.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is the capital of the island.

Recently, it has undergone a haphazard growth that has partly altered its natural beauty, but has made it one of the most important entertainment centres in the Canary Islands.

It has 200,000 inhabitants and after Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the second most populated city in the Canaries.

It is located in a beautiful bay, in which the city is arranged like an amphitheatre. Excluding the areas that have sprung up recently, the most interesting part of Santa Cruz is the area around the harbour in which an urban route winds its way between ramblas and wide tree-lined boulevards, in which beautiful examples of modernist architecture also abound.

The nerve centre of the city is Plaza de Espana, one of the chief examples of Francoist architecture in Spain. From here, you can explore the most fascinating monuments on the Santa Cruz de Tenerife page, starting with the Auditorium built by Santiago Calatrava.

Puerto de La Cruz

If it weren't for those concrete blocks of flats that have grown out of all proportion in recent decades to accommodate an increasing number of tourists, Puerto de La Cruz would seem to have stopped at the beginning of the last century, when it became the winter retreat for wealthy gentlemen from the cold north of Europe.

Puerto de La Cruz, compared to other resorts on the island of Tenerife, is a destination for quiet, wealthier and more sophisticated tourism.

It attracts, above all, a wide range of hotels of all categories, some exceptional leisure venues, luxury shops, restaurants with typical and international cuisine and, last but not least, a very well-preserved historic centre and a lively and characteristic harbour.

View of Tenerife

San Cristobal de la Laguna

San Cristobal de la Laguna is the most beautiful town in Tenerife, and perhaps one of the most beautiful in the Canary Islands. It is a place of great charm and history, protected by Unesco as a World Heritage Site.

The former capital of the island of Tenerife, before Santa Cruz, La Laguna is an exceptional example of a 'city-territory', the first example of an unfortified colonial city that served as a model for the cities of the American colonies.

The city was designed with profound philosophical principles in mind and realised thanks to the knowledge of navigation, the main science of the time. The historic centre, in fact, traces the map of the stars, with important buildings and places built in correspondence with the stars, just like in an ancient sailor's map. Built in the 1500s, the historic centre has remained intact, as have its almost 600 buildings.

Today, thanks to the University and the Diocese, it is the cultural and religious capital of Tenerife.

La Orotava

La Orotava is one of the towns in Tenerife that deserves to be visited, leaving behind beaches and sun for at least one day. The historical centre of the city, the Villa de Abajo and the Villa de Arriba, are well-preserved and very representative of the history and culture of the Canary Islands.

In the past, the Villa de Abajo, the Lower Town, was where the rich families of La Orotava lived while in the Villa de Arriba or Farrobo, the rest of the population lived, mainly masons, farmers, and artisans. This distinction still endures today. La Orotava also gives its name to the beautiful valley overflowing with palm trees and banana groves that runs from the Teide down to the sea. A natural itinerary of great beauty and charm, a favourite destination for travellers to Tenerife.

Teide Mountain

The Teide is an active volcano that last made its voice heard in 1909. The tranquillity of this majestic creation of nature made one forget that it could erupt again at any moment.

Today, it is remembered above all for being, at 3,718 metres, the highest mountain in Spain and for the beautiful nature that has grown up in this place that has been defended as a National Park since 1954.

The volcanic cones and lava flows that have been stratified for centuries have created an extraordinary landscape in terms of shape and colour. The biological richness is no less; there are species of trees, plants, and animals that only live in this park. And it is equally extraordinary to be able to find, in the same place, banana trees, hillside forests and alpine forests.

Although in Tenerife it is much more relaxing to lie on the beach, those who go to this island should not miss a climb to Pico Vejo, the summit of the volcano.

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The Pyramids of Guimar and Candelaria

The Pyramids of Guimar, located in the municipality of the same name in the south-east of Tenerife, are a real mystery, perhaps more so than the Egyptian pyramids. No one has yet managed to find an explanation for their usefulness, but above all, no one can figure out who built them.

The pyramids are oriented astronomically to cast their cone of shadow during the summer and winter solstice. The mystery comes from the fact that the Guanches, the ancient peoples of the Canary Islands, were not an evolved people at all.

They lived in caves, subsisted on sheep farming and wore clothing made of goatskin. When the colonization of the Canaries by the Spaniards began, the Guanches were the only European population still stuck in the Stone Age.

How could they have built such sophisticated pyramids, so similar to those found in Egypt, Mesopotamia, and South America?

Not far from Guimar is Candelaria, the spiritual capital of Tenerife. Here there is the Cathedral of Our Lady of Candelaria where the statue of a Madonna found on the beach of Guinar and believed to be miraculous is worshipped.


In this article, we saw the main advantages of flying by private jet; then, we discussed the seven places you can't miss a visit once you have landed in Tenerife.

If you would like to know more about the flight and the accommodation, do not hesitate to contact us. Our team is available 24/7 to help you out.

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We will be glad to help you arrange your trip to Tenerife.

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