There are countless activities people relocating abroad to Tenerife could engage in.
Tenerife Tourism Corporation representative Richard Hume highlighted the volcanic landscapes, secluded retreats, cultural cities, banana plantations and vineyards as some of the areas that people might enjoy.
Expatriates who are more active may wish to take part in watersports, with the spokesman highlighting whale-watching, kite-surfing, sailing and diving as some of these.
He also noted that there are a number of land-based pastimes that men and women could get involved with, such as star-gazing, climbing, mountain-biking and caving.
People on the Spanish island are "friendly and welcoming", while the cuisine is "delicious", Mr Hume remarked.
Furthermore, it contains a number of vineyards, which produce fine wine, he added.
According to Lonely Planet, the south-west of the island contains the highest concentration of tourists and the further people head away from this region, the more native Tenerife becomes.
For example, capital city Santa Cruz de Tenerife was described by the travel expert site as "delightfully untainted by camera-wielding coach loads".