Tenerife: September Weather AveragesDaily averages for September
|Sunshine Hours||8 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||48 %|
|Rainfall days||1 days|
|Chance of Rain||7 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||6 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||43 %|
Daily averages for September
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Averages for Tenerife in September
The weather begins to cool down slowly in September in Tenerife, Canary Islands, when the summer season comes to a close. During this month, the average temperature is a pleasant 22°C, made up of highs of 25°C and lows of 18°C. The average rainfall increases slightly to six rainy days, but the number of sunshine hours remains the same at ten. September has the warmest sea temperature of the year, with an average of 24°C.
Las Teresitas beach in Santa Cruz, Tenerife taken by Alberto
Things to do
The Anaga Mountains cover a lot of the north east part of Tenerife and comprise of coastline, forests, ravines and remote villages. The area is a protected landscape, making it popular with nature-lovers and hikers. The Roques de Anaga is one of the highlights of the area, where you can see large rock formations in the sea which have been shaped by erosion. The Barranco de Las Huertas is another interesting part of the area where you can see amazing views which stretch on for miles.
Parque Taoro in Puerto de la Cruz is a great place to spend the day, whatever the weather. Here you can spend hours exploring every inch of the gardens, which are full of flower beds, stone steps, ponds, waterfalls, old maps and great views. There are also loads of small lizards throughout the park which will be happy to eat any leftovers if you brought a picnic with you. There are also several cafes in the area, where you can relax and enjoy a coffee as you watch the world go by.
The Anaga mountains in Tenerife taken by Oliver Clarke
Hit the beach
If you’re looking for a family-friendly beach in the south of Tenerife, Playa Fañabe in Costa Adeje is ideal. Close to loads of cafes, restaurants and shops, this golden sandy beach has wheelchair access, sun beds, Balinese beds, shades, beach bar, life guards, showers and toilets. There is loads of stuff nearby to keep the little ones entertained, including crazy golf, playground and inflatables.
For something a bit quieter, visit Playa El Camison in Playa de Las Americas. This small golden sand beach has a handful of facilities, including sun beds, shades, showers and toilets, as well as a small restaurant which serves food and drinks throughout the day. The sea at this small Blue Flag bay is really calm, making it popular with swimmers.
Playa el Camison in the south of Tenerife taken by Vasile
Eating and drinking out
Harriet’s Tea Room in Costa Adeje is a great place to go for a warm drink and homemade cake. In addition to a great choice of home-baked desserts, there are also many lunch options, including jacket potatoes, salads and sandwiches, as well as several breakfasts.
If you feel like something more filling, head to Harvester in Costa de Silencio. This popular restaurant offers a selection of international dishes, with something to suit everyone. Their steaks come highly recommended, as does the ‘lumpy bumpy cheesecake’.
Harleys American Diner is one of the best places in the south of Tenerife for live music. Located in Playa de Las Americas, this bar restaurant offers an extensive cocktail list, live rock music almost every night and a great choice of Mexican and American dishes. If you get there early enough, you’ll be able to enjoy the amazing American breakfasts.
Bar 39 in Los Cristianos is another great venue for evening entertainment. This bar shows a top selection of live acts, including bands and comedy shows, as well as karaoke sessions. There is a selection of snacks available, as well as a comprehensive choice of affordable drinks.
Tenerife is full of a variety of restaurants, catering for every taste
Where to stay
Sunwing Resort in Fañabe is the ideal place for families and couples to stay during their holiday in Tenerife. There are many facilities available here, including children’s club, babysitting service, swimming pools, nightly entertainment, spa, gym, bar and restaurant. If you’re looking for budget accommodation, El Sombrero in Los Gigantes is a popular choice. Made up of one- and two-bedroom apartments, this complex features 24-hour reception, car hire, swimming pool and pool bar.
NH Tenerife in the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife is perfect for those who want to stay in the heart of the city. This hotel is ideally located, close to many of the island’s attractions, including the auditorium and a number of museums. Facilities are numerous and include bars, restaurants, gym, solarium, parking, free WiFi and wheelchair access.
Atlantic Holiday Hotel in Callao Salvaje is another popular choice when it comes to accommodation in Tenerife. This hotel offers 70 recently-renovated apartments, with fully equipped kitchens and balconies. There are many amenities available for guests to enjoy, such as swimming pool, pool bar, Jacuzzi, restaurant, evening entertainment, children’s club, WiFi and tennis court.
If you want to enjoy a relaxing rural retreat, take a look at the Hotel Rural San Miguel situated in San Miguel de Abona. Surrounded by gardens, this hotel is made up of two large houses from the 17th century. The rooms have been kept the same shape as they were when the house was first built and are each decorated differently with their own character. There are many common areas where guests can chill out, such as the Jacuzzi and swimming pool.
Sunwing Resort swimming pool in Fañabe, Tenerife