Tenerife Weather February Averages, Canary Islands
- Temperature 17°C 63°F
- High Temperature 20°C 68°F
- Low Temperature 13.5°C 56°F
- Day Temperature 19°C 66°F
- Night Temperature 17.4°C 63°F
- Sunshine Hours 8 hours
- Rainfall 42 mm
- Rainfall Days 5 days
- Sea Temperature 19°C 66°F
- Chance of Cloudy Day 3 %
- Chance of Rain 13 %
What's The Weather Like in Tenerife in February?
How Hot Does It Get In Tenerife In February?
The average temperature for the island is 14ºC with highs of 17ºC and lows of 14ºC overnight.
In the north, such as in Puerto de la Cruz and Santa Cruz de Tenerife, temperatures are lower and rainfall is more intense than in the southern resorts, such as Los Gigantes and Playa de Las Americas.
In the south, the daily average temperatures fluctuate between 18°C and 19°C in February.
Highs and Lows
The hottest temperature ever recorded in Tenerife in February is 30°C, which was recorded on 8 February 1990 at Tenerife South Airport. The lowest temperature recorded in February is -9.8°C.
How Much Rain Does Tenerife Get In February?
The chance of rain in Tenerife north is around 37% and in the south of the island, it's around 13%.
Does it Snow in Tenerife in February?
Even though Mount Teide is often dusted with snow during this month, the likelihood of snow falling anywhere else on the island is practically zero..
Average Sunshine Hours and Sea Temperature
Across the month, Tenerife boasts an average of seven hours of daily sunshine and the average temperature of the sea is a mild 19°C, which is still pleasant enough for a swim.
How Humid Is Tenerife In February?
The relative humidity for Tenerife in February averages at around 68%, ranging between 49% (comfortable) and 91% (very humid), rarely dropping below 30% (comfortable).
How Windy Is Tenerife In February?
Over the course of a typical February, common wind speeds in Tenerife range between light and fresh breezes rarely rising to fresher winds.
2020 Canary Islands Calima
In February 2020 the Canary Islands were engulfed in a sandstorm so vast it obscured them from satellite view, as a seasonal blast of hot, sandy winds known as Calima swept across from the the Sahara. Winds rose to 100mph and carried clouds of red sand that buffeted the islands, creating a thick orange haze.
Tenerife Hotels in February
Mar Ola Park
Located on the outskirts of Playa de Las Americas, within easy walking distance of the shops, cafes and restaurants of El Camisón, as well as the Golf Las Americas golf course and Playa de Las Vistas beach, Mar Ola Park is a complex comprised of 72 studios and one-bedroom apartments.
Within the complex you'll find free WiFi access zone, outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre, massage room and restaurant which serves international and local cuisine in the form of a buffet and a la carte menu.
Also in Playa de Las Americas, Los Cardones is peaceful and made up of white-washed appartments and bungalows surrounded by gardens. The hotel has an outdoor pool and a kids pool and is a popular place for visitors looking for a tranquil break, also excellent for keen golfers Los Cardones is near the Playa de Las Americas golf course.
The three-star Hotel Andorra is equally well-located, set in the centre of Playa de Las Americas, only a five minute walk from the beach and the Safari Centre, where you'll find a plethora of shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants. One excellent feature is the heated outdoor pool ideal when it is slighly cooler at this time of year,
Hotel Colon Rambla
In the north of the island, Hotel Colon Rambla in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is set in the heart of the city, close to the Parque García Sanabría which is a fascinating urban park. The hotel is also nearby to the Las Ramblas streets which are lined with shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.
Hotel Rural La Correa
If you want to get close to nature, Hotel Rural La Correa in Arona is a great place to stay. Located on a sprawling 11,000m2 estate, just 15 minutes away from the island's beaches and 15km away from the Teide National Park, this hotel is an idylic place to spend your holidays. There are only six double rooms all with a rustic style with sea views. There is a large swimming pool and bicycles are available to rent to explore the area, which is also known for its hiking and paragliding opportunities.
Tenerife Beaches for February
The western resorts in Tenerife, such as Callao Salvaje and Playa Paraiso, are the sunniest on the island and often enjoy sunshine when other resorts are covered in cloud. So if you want to soak up the rays in Tenerife in February, your best bet is to visit a western beach, such as the one at Playa de La Arena. This resort has one of the best natural black sand beaches on the island which has kept a hold of its Blue Flag status for many consecutive years
These beaches all have Amenities include sun loungers, parasols, showers, toilets and wheelchair access. Thanks to the generous sunshine hours and warm temperatures the sea is almost always warm enough for swimming.
If you want a beach that's off the beaten track, Playa Bollullo in Puerto de la Cruz might be just what you're looking for. This bay is one of the island's hidden gems and can only be reached after a challenging walk through banana plantations and along cliffs. Although there are no facilities such as sun beds or showers, there is a beach bar which sells snacks and drinks. This part of the island experiences very volatile weather one minute it can be hot and sunny, the next it can be cool and cloudy. So prepare for all weather possibilities.
Bars and Restaurants
108 Wine & Coffee Bar
The recently opened 108 Wine & Coffee Bar in the town streets of Los Cristianos is a great place to grab a glass of Spanish wine and some delicious tapas. This is a popular relaxed locale and always busy because of the affordable and delicous food. This cafe serves tapas, salads, salmon, prawns, steak, chicken, burgers, nachos and vegetarian dishes.
Located just across from the Barcelo Santiago, Route 66 in Puerto de Santiago is a must-visit if you want live music. Many bands perform here, including Old Dogs New Tricks, Black Hole and Traveller Blues Band. This bar gets packed out quickly, so it's recommended that you get there early if you want a seat for the show which starts at 9pm. The well-stocked bar offers a huge selection of local and international beers, ciders, wine, spirits and soft drinks, all of which are priced reasonably for the area.
The Irish Times
The Irish Times in Los Cristianos is another great place to go for evening entertainment and it also broadcasts many live sporting events from their large screen. The evening entertainment is hosted by John Cusack one of Tenerife's most popular entertainers and is comprised of live singers and groups, most of which are Irish. Entertainment begins early evening around 8pm and carries on well into the early hours.
Things to do in Tenerife in February
The Monkey Park
The Monkey Park in Arona is a great place to visit in February, when the temperatures are relatively cool and the chance of a cloudy day is quite high. Often referred to as the "biggest little zoo in the world", this animal park is the breeding centre for various endangered species of monkeys, including gibbons, golden lion tamarins, drill monkeys and squirrel monkeys. But that's not all the Monkey Park is also home to big cats, parrots, lemurs and reptiles.
The highlight of the Monkey Park is the interaction enclosure which you can enter and have a hands-on experience with many of the animals.
Piramide de Arona
If you want to see a show during your stay, see what's on at the Pirámide de Arona. This impressive building is home to suberb dance and music shows Carmen Mota is the resident performance . This innovative and surprising musical combines dance, opera and Flamenco and is an adapted version of 'Rigoletto'. The show is completely mesmerising and a must see. You can book tickets on the website.
February events in Tenerife
Funeral of the Sardine
26th February 2020
To end the Carnival celebrations in Santa Cruz, Puerto de la Cruz and across the island, a papier-mache fish is burnt to symbolise the end of winter, accompanied by fireworks which can explode from within the 'Sardine itself.'