What’s the weather like in Tenerife in April?
Tenerife’s the largest of the Canary Islands that sit just off the west coast of Africa, and has warm weather all year round. Things get hot in April, and you’ll be able to enjoy lots of sunshine and not much rain.
Although the Sahara Desert’s nearby, Tenerife doesn’t overheat because of winds and the cooling Canary Current. Mount Teide’s one of the tallest volcanoes in the world and shelters the south from north easterly winds and rain. This means it’s warmer and drier, and has popular resorts. Coastal areas in general are kept clear and dry because the mountains attract most of the rain.
The average high temperature in Tenerife during April is 22ºC, so you’ll want to pack your swimmers and beach gear for the days. Things averagely cool to 13ºC at night so take some warmer clothes for the evenings. The average sea temperature’s 20ºC, while humidity’s low and ranges from around 60-90%. Average rainfall’s just 19mm over three rainy days.
There’s lots of sunny weather in April and you can expect 13 hours of daylight with eight hours of sunshine each day. The UV index will be very high so take care of yourself in the sun, which sets around 8.30pm for most of the month.