Fun in the Sun Events Tenerife

Fun in the Sun Events Tenerife

Boogie Bunker Radio & Presents

Fun in the Sun Tenerife

For the past two years Boogie Bunker Radio has been hosting an annual event in Tenerife, this year brought the start to Boogie Bunker Radio now broadcasting in Tenerife on 87.7FM. This years’ event in January 2019 brought an additional weekender ‘Under the Stars’ at Finca Serena  and is also set to bring you more events throughout the year!

Fun in The Sun Spring Break

25th April – 30th April
6 Days / 6 Venues

Spring Break 2019

Fun in the Sun 2019 Venues

The Story of Mount Teide Volcano in Tenerife, Spain

The Story of Mount Teide Volcano in Tenerife, Spain

The Story of Mount Teide

Volcano in Tenerife, Spain

The terrain in this area can be difficult for some people due to the sporadic inclines, but to those who do venture out are rewarded with tremendous views and destination volcanic beach.

Mount Teide is a volcano located in the belly of Tenerife and it is the third tallest volcanic structure in the world. Teide is a sacred mountain for the Guanches, who were the aboriginal inhabitants of Tenerife.

According to legend, Guayota (the devil) decided to spite the world and kidnapped Magec (the god of light and the sun) imprisoning her inside of Teide, plunging the world into complete darkness. Desperate the Guanche villagers asked and pleaded to their supreme god Achamán for help, but nothing happened. All seemed lost as Guayota roared in celebration upon the summit of Teide, taunting the Villagers, Threatening and scaring them.

All of a sudden a bright light can be seen through the darkness falling from the sky, it took the shape of a giant fiery fist and was plunging straight towards Guayota. The devil didn’t flinch, he just stood there staring upwards, frozen in an awe-struck fear, to him time seemed to slow down…almost pure silence as the giant fiery fist plunges into Guayota, and then instantly… a huge explosion shook the world.

The impact pushed and buried Guayota deep into the bowels of Teide, smashing open the walls of Magecs prison, she was free! Achamán graciously reached in and pulled her back into the sky and just like that, light flooded back into the world, flowers bloomed, dolphins jumped out of the water, birds of all kinds took to the skies playfully swooping, soaring… and singing.

Frenzied, the people jumped for joy as the skies turned blue and the sun’s warmth kissed against their faces. Life went back to normal now everything was safe and ever since then, whenever Teide would stir or erupt, the Guanches would go up on to Teide and light big bonfires to scare Guayota, to remind him what will happen just in case he was trying to escape.

And because of all that, still to this day Guayota remains imprisoned inside Teide, occasionally scratching through from under the surface, trying to peak outside.


10 Amazing Beaches in Tenerife

10 Amazing Beaches in Tenerife

10 Amazing Beaches

in Tenerife

An over view of 10 amazing beaches in Tenerife.

Playa Jardin Beach, Tenerife

A Beautiful black sand beach with high waves, a great place to relax and swim with botanical gardens nearby to explore. It is also located just over the road from the Loro Parque zoo.

Playa de los Gigantes Beach, Tenerife

A small beach with a big view, the jaw dropping landscape running along the coast to the north will have you in awe of nature. The best way to truly take in these dramatic views are from the water, so get on a jet-ski and explore. If that’s not your thing maybe bring along your snorkel and mask and check out the rock-pools, or just relax on the exotic volcanic black sands.

Playa la Tejita Beach, Tenerife

A large flat open beach with stunning mountain views, situated on the south of the island and on a direct wind path so can get breezy, which makes it a perfect place for kite-surfing and on good days the swells can get very big. This beach has a nudist friendly section so if you’re after a full body tan this is the place.

Playa del Duque Beach, Tenerife

A calm beach with a great view of el Duque castle, surrounded by bars, restaurants, cafes and a shopping centre. Take a peaceful walk along the promenade and listen to the roar of the sea as it crashes against the rocks.

Playa Bollullo Beach, Tenerife

A stunning natural black sand beach with massive waves, it is situated a little bit out of the way, but to most who visit, there is no better spot on the island. There are no barriers here, so the currents can be very strong and because of this swimming isn’t advised. Possibly the best place to relax and witness the Atlantic away from the hustle and bustle.

Playa de la Vistas Beach, Tenerife

A sparkling white sand beach with calm waves, well equipped for people with disabilities and plenty of space to lay your towel. The promenade that stretches the whole length of the beach hosts bars, restaurants and shops. Everything you need in one area.

Playa las Teresitas Beach, Tenerife

A peaceful long white sand beach boasting calm crystal clear water and an inspiring mountainous backdrop. A very popular photo spot due to the surrounding landscape, a perfect family outing location.

Playa del Camisón Beach, Tenerife 

A calm and family friendly white sand beach with a cosmopolitan backdrop, there are plenty of leisure facilities nearby with an armada of shops and restaurants. You can relax in a hammock on the beach or maybe get cosy on one of the beds, before enjoying the spectacular water fountains with colourful lights and music on av Las Americas, directly behind the beach.

Playa del Médano Beach, Tenerife 

A destination favourite for surfers of all kinds, placed on a good wind path making it perfect for any kite type sports. Certain parts of the beach have have eroded  into natural shelter spots, perfect for sunbathing. There is also the unmissable sight of the red mountain to the south.

Playa de Fañabé Beach, Tenerife 

Often quoted the best beach on the island to witness awe inspiring and absolutely stunning sunsets. A beach with calm clear waters and beautiful white sand lined with beds, bars and restaurants. Perfect for a family day out, with everything you would need a stone’s throw away.

Barraquito Coffee Tenerife

Barraquito Coffee Tenerife


The Coffee of Tenerife

The Barraquito as a coffee cocktail unique to the canary islands, Tenerife being it’s universal capital

The drink brings layers of sweetness and alcohol over the traditional and is best enjoyed after food as a replacement over dessert, but can also be consumed any other time which will perhaps probably inevitably happen once you’ve tasted it.

There are many slight variations of Barraquito depending on where you go and how well equipped they are to make it, but don’t worry! You’ll be able to get one pretty much anywhere that serves drinks on the island. Typically you will receive the drink presented in a glass directly without mixing, showing its very well distinguishable layers.

Traditionally a Barraquito is composed of the following ingredients: Condensed milk followed by licor 43 (a Spanish liquor made from citrus and fruit juices and flavoured with vanilla and other aromatic herbs and spices, for a total 43 different ingredients) The coffee comes next (typically espresso) And then topped with a frothy milk. Usually the drink is then decorated with a sprinkle of cinnamon and lemon peel, but can vary as many places like to put their own twist on it, just ask for a ‘house special Barraquito’ you wont be disappointed.

The Geography of Tenerife

The Geography of Tenerife

The Geography of Tenerife

Your Quick Guide the The Island

A brief overview of the island and what it has to offer.


The island of Tenerife is situated around 200 miles off the west coast of Africa, about 28 degrees latitude north and 16.5 degrees longitude west. The largest of the Canary Islands, but still only has 786 square miles.

Tenerife truly has something for everyone, while the North houses the capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife it is also very green. In contrast the South is dry and sunny, creating ideal conditions for tourists from around the globe.

In the centre of the island is the highest mountain of the Spanish territories, Mount Teide. Standing at 12,198ft and the third largest volcanic structure in the World.



South Tenerife

An idyllic location with all year round sun, sea and of course surf. The coastline is lined with beaches. The South of the island has become a much loved location in particular with the British.

A huge selection of beach hug the coastline, plenty to choose from for all tastes and all ages.

Shops for all tastes and budgets, from holiday essentials to designer luxury – don’t forget to take advantage of tax free shopping!

Food & Drink
Every cuisine available from local, Michelin Star restaurants to somewhere to grab a bite on the go.

Attractions & Excursions
Fun for all the family, or even just the big kids. There is plenty to keep you occupied and entertained.

Nightlife & Entertainment
From cocktail bars to sports bars, live entertainment to club nights – there is always something going on in the South.

Everything you could need for any water sport, plus plenty of gyms, golf courses.

Find out how the App – your Tenerife Tour Guide and how it can help you navigate your way around the South.


Central Tenerife 

Home to Mount Teide and surrounded but Tenerife National Park a unique volcanic landscape surrounded by the dominating Teide Volcano and a must see location while visiting Tenerife.

Find out how the App – your Tenerife Tour Guide and how it can help you navigate your way around the Central Tenerife.

North Tenerife

The slightly cooler side of the island has the capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, ideal for culture seekers or big brand shoppers, bright lights and big city with a laid back Spanish vibe. Feast from fresh fish brought in from the port and enjoy the city nightlife.

Stunning architecture dating back to the 17th Century.

Beautiful trails through pine trees that drop to secluded spots to look out to sea.

For all your big brands such Zara, Primark, C&A, Marks & Spencer to small independents.

Food & Drink
Traditional Spanish tapas to every international dish you can think of.

Ports & Marinas
Yachts, boats and fishing everything in between to enjoy a trip out on the sea.

Nightlife & Entertainment
Clubs, bars and entertainment for every budget.

Find out how the App – your Tenerife Tour Guide and how it can help you navigate your way around the North.