Confirmed Sessions in Tenerife
Most Popular Courses in Tenerife
About the Training Centre in Tenerife
All our courses in Tenerife will take place either in the Morning (9.00-13.45) or in the Afternoon (14.00-18.45) depending on classroom and trainer availability.
Our teacher training courses in Tenerife are organized in:
*Starting from 2024, the course “Experiential Learning in Tenerife: Through Nature and History“, will run in the City of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, in Calle Unión Artística El Cabo, Nro. 7 Frente al C.C. Meridiano.
Our Cultural Activities
After five days of lessons, it is time for the weekend and time to relax. For you and your colleagues who met at Europass, we offer trips to some of the most beautiful surrounding areas. Do not miss the opportunity to participate in these all-inclusive tours, with professional guides, tickets, and transportation included in the price of the course!
Our guided tour
On arrival in a new city, it’s always nice to have someone to show you around. As well as taking in some of the sights and flavors of the town, we will share some local knowledge and practical tips to help you find your way around. One city tour is included as part of your course.
Our Saturday tour: Mount Teide
Mount Teide, is the highest peak in Spanish territory and the jewel in the crown of the national park.
The road up to the national park is an adventure: Offering spectacular views, the road winds through the clouds and out into the sunshine on the other side! We’ll take a tiny mini-bus to allow us to stop off whenever it takes our fancy. Weather and personal fitness enabling, we will take an hour walk through this amazing volcanic landscape to admire the weird rock formations and wonder at the geology.
On the way down, we will stop off in the pine forest to enjoy how the locals have converted a volcanic crater into a play park and picnic site in the woods
Tenerife and Surroundings
Tenerife is largely divided into three climatic areas: the hot South, with a peculiar contrast between country villages in the mountains and the range of tourist accommodation and magnificent beaches on the coast; the greener North combines stunning landscapes with Tenerife’s most genuine gastronomy and hidden corners. And the Metropolitan Area, consisting of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and San Cristobal de La Laguna, colindante cities referent for the Island’s cultural, commercial and business life. This is where our teacher academy courses are held.
Best Things to Do in Tenerife
When the Canary people themselves want to go for a day trip, where do they choose? Visiting The Virgin de Candelaria in her beach-front cathedral is a popular choice. Candelaria, 15 minutes away from the capital city, is a curious mix of pilgrimage location, a market town, and beach resort. It celebrates not only the island’s patron saint but also Guanche heritage, with a series of notable sculptures of their forebear leaders.
2) Anaga Mountains
You can escape the city quite quickly, in order to discover a completely different pace of life in the Anaga Bio reserve. Hiking paths, traversing ancient cloud forests, lead down through agricultural terraces, to the sea.
3) Teide National Park
The Teide National Park is a MUST while in Tenerife. It is the highest mountain in Spain (3.715 m) Explore the mountain with an official guide, then hop on a cable car, which takes you almost to the summit. You can also climb to the top of Mount Teide with an early-bird reservation.
4) Los Gigantes Cliffs
For one of the best views of the cliffs, you should head over to Mirador de Archipenque. This is the perfect spot to watch the sunset and you can see the lovely neighboring island of La Gomera. You can also spend some time at Playa Los Guios beach.
5) Masca, the hidden village in Tenerife
Masca is a village in the inland of Tenerife in a location where residents used to hide when they were being attacked by pirates. The views are spectacular and there is a restaurant overlooking the valley, where you must go for a cup of coffee.
Garachico is Tenerife’s most charming town. It’s like going back in time; although this small town has a rather dark history, being destroyed not once, but two times by volcanic eruptions, now you can go for a walk, eat some ice cream, and go swimming in the natural pools here.
6) Opera Santa Cruz
7) Santa Cruz de Tenerife
It’s cloudy and you don’t know what you should do. You could go and visit the island’s capital – Santa Cruz de Tenerife. There are many things to do, including great shopping opportunities (the only Primark on the island is located inside Meridiano Shopping Center) along with the opera, a pool, and botanical gardens.