“Tenerife is an island that attracts over 6 million visitors a year, many of whom believe they know it like the back of their hands and few of whom know it at all.”
Tenerife’s newest and most honest guidebook might not be to everybody’s liking. A warts and all descriptive tour of Tenerife, including many gems overlooked by other guidebooks, it doesn’t pull any punches about mostly the good, but also the bad and the ugly of Tenerife and some people might not like some of the things it has to say.
Location reports include personal guides to towns, restaurants, attractions, beaches, nightlife, accommodation and fiestas whilst separate sections cover food and drink, culture, people and their quirks, plans for getting the best out of visits to Tenerife and the climate amongst others. Contributions from a few other Tenerife residents add a different perspective to the reality of life on Tenerife.
It’s a guide book with a difference.
It’s been available from major online bookstores since January and at long last ‘Going Native in Tenerife’ is now available to buy on Tenerife itself. There is only a limited supply available on the island so there are only two outlets selling it. These are:
The Bookswap on the 1st floor of the Marina at Puerto Colón
Barbara’s Bookshop, Calle Amalia Frías, 3; Los Cristianos
Send an email to email@example.com telling me what the man is carrying in the photograph on page 89 of the book and I’ll email you a free copy of ‘A Captivating Coastline’, our short guide to the best coastal walks on Tenerife.