The Canary Islands enjoy practically all year round good weather and Tenerife is no exception. They are nicknamed the Islands of Eternal Spring and temperatures rarely drop below 16ºC and rise to around 25ºC in the summer. The climate in Tenerife is influenced by its close proximity to North Africa - making the climate sub-tropical - and the unusual typography of steep-sided mountains, in particular, Mount Teide. As a result, the south is hot and dry, desert-like in appearance with little more than low scrub by the way of natural vegetation, while the north is altogether softer and greener thanks to higher rainfall and greater cloud cover.
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