During the day, Tenerife style is no-fuss resort casual — you’ll want comfortable walking shoes, swimwear and versatile pieces like jeans and T-shirts. For evening, step it up a notch.
- The beach here is the main draw, so don’t forget the basics: swimwear, sun protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses), casual wear and sandals.
- Bring your preferred workout gear, including athletic shoes, to work out in the hotel or to walk or jog along the beach. For hiking expeditions, such as to the top of Mount Teide, you’ll want sturdy athletic shoes or hiking boots, warm outer layers and a hat for the change in altitude, and plenty of water and sunblock.
- From November to March, the Canary Islands are cooler and wet. You’ll want an umbrella and a jacket to keep you warm and dry, but you can leave bulky winter coats at home.