Latest figures from the Tenerife Tourism Corporation show that visitor arrivals from the U.K. to the island rose by an incredible 14.2 per cent in the month of May, representing 136,846 arrivals from the biggest source market reports website ITCM.
From January to May 2013, the largest of the Canary Islands received a
total of 630,418 Britons, up 1.8 per cent with respect to 2012 figures.
The south of the island continues to be the most popular hotspot for
U.K. holidaymakers with a total of 133,755 Britons heading to the
resorts in this area. However, other areas such as Santa Cruz – the
island’s capital city – and the north of Tenerife have also seen a
increase in tourism figures in May 2013 compared to the same month last
year: +27.3 per cent and +2.3 per cent respectively.
Tenerife gives timeshare owners a wealth of resort to choose from. Predominatly in the Los Christianos and Playa Las Americas areas, but with resorts also in Santa Cruz and Golf del Sur.
With regards to these positive figures, Pia Louw, travel industry and
promotion director at the Tenerife Tourism Corporation, commented:
“We’re thrilled to see these amazing figures and to know that the island
continues to be one of the U.K.’s favourite holiday destinations,
despite the current economic situation. Tenerife offers great value for
money and we know our island is very popular with those seeking
guaranteed sunshine for a competitive price.”
Approximately 1.6 million Brits visit Tenerife each year, making it one
of the U.K.’s favourite holiday destinations. A year round sunny
climate, a selection of some of Europe’s highest quality and stunning
hotels, superb food and a wide range of diverse activities are just some
of the reasons why the island attracts so many visitors to the island,
which boasts an unrivalled repeat visitor rate of nearly 80% from the