People who take a holiday in Tenerife in the future will be in a position to enjoy tasty and delicious meals on a regular basis.
TNT magazine notes the Spanish island is renowned for its local dishes, which may be behind its reputation as a culinary hotspot.
"Canarian food is rustic, hearty and shaped by years of hardship, but that's not to say it isn't tasty. In fact, it's a delight, whether you self-cater ... or dine on traditional dishes," the publication explains.
Among the most desirable foods in Tenerife is cheese, which plays a strong role in Canarian cooking.
There are many different types available from the island and other nearby landmasses, such as Fuerteventura's famously strong goat's cheese and flavoursome almogrote, which originates in La Gomera.
Another destination to win praise for its food and drink recently is Crete, with Heidi Fuller-Love, travel writer for eastcretemagazine.com, suggesting the Greek island is an especially healthy place to eat.
Posted by Joseph Brady