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Teide National Park

Teide National Park, a World Heritage Site with over three million visitors a year, is the best place to see volcanic phenomena on Tenerife. You’ll be astounded by the colours and the wild force of this surreal landscape, overlooked by Spain’s highest peak at 3,718 metres. It is home to many local species of fauna and flora, such as the Teide violet or Tenerife bugloss, whose bright colours stand in stark contrast to the thousands of tonnes of ochre running through this unique landscape.
Adresse: Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 92 23 71

The Ancient Dragon Tree

Estimated to be over 800 years old, the Ancient Dragon Tree of Icod de los Vinos presents a unique chance to see and touch such an incredibly old living being: a tree (actually, it’s a bush) of colossal size, 20 metres around and 16 metres tall.
Adresse: Parque del Drago, Icod de los Vinos

Volcanic Experiences

Lava flows through the very veins of the Island, a result of Tenerife’s volcanic birth. To enable you to explore this aspect of the island, we’ve recently marked out five areas (Territorio Antiguo, Volcanes Legendarios, Los Dos Valles, Tierra de Contrastes, El rincón de la luz) which best represent Tenerife’s volcanic attractions, showcasing wine cellars that reflect the Island’s magmatic nature, restaurants serving “volcanic” dishes, underwater eruptions, craters, volcanic cones and vents.

Lava Tubes

One activity which cannot be enjoyed anywhere else is the chance to explore a lava tube such as Cueva del Viento (Cave of Wind), at Icod de los Vinos. At 17 kilometres in length, it is the longest in Europe, offering an unforgettable journey into the depths of the Earth and a perfect chance to discover the Island’s volcanic past.
Adresse: Camino los Piquetes, 51, 38438 Icod de los Vinos, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Anaga Rural Park

An area in the north-west of the Island where time seems to have stopped way back in the Tertiary Period. Hiking among the park’s lush Laurel Forests is like stepping back millions of years in time and it’s easy to imagine that witches and fairies once lived here.

Teno Rural Park

The lucky 1,300 inhabitants of Teno Rural Park, a place of stunning natural beauty, live in the small towns of El Palmar, Teno Alto, Los Carrizales, Las Portelas and Masca. They make a living from livestock and farming, and the peace and tranquility which permeates the area has greatly shaped their philosophical outlook on life. It’s a great place for all kinds of outdoor activities, including hiking.
Adresse: 38489 Buenavista del Norte, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Los Gigantes

The name Los Gigantes (The Giants) was given to this cliff for obvious reasons. This cliff in Santiago del Teide forms part of the Teno Rural Park and at certain points towers 600 metres above sea level, with virtually sheer walls provoking a sense of vertigo even when seen from below.

Candelaria Basilica

Its white and beige tones provide stark contrast to the bronze statues of Los Menceyes (ancient pre-Spanish kings) standing alongside the basilica and the black volcanic sands of the beach at its feet. The religious value of this building is greatly enhanced by the treasure of incalculable spiritual value housed within: the exquisite statue of the Virgin of Candelaria, Patroness of the Canary Islands, highly revered by the islanders.
Adresse: Plaza de la Patrona de Canarias, 1, Candelaria
Telefon: +34 922 50 01 00

Adán Martín Tenerife Auditorium

Santiago Calatrava designed this work of art, what seemed like an impossible building. With part of its structure hanging in mid-air as if by magic, the exterior radiance of the Tenerife Auditorium reflects the beauty which it emanates. It’s a must-see for all visitors to the Island, and attending one of the regular concerts, operas or musicals is the ultimate experience.
Adresse: Av de la Constitucion, 1, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Whale and Dolphin Watching

You don’t need to travel halfway round the world to see whales and dolphins. They live some three miles off the coast of Tenerife all year round. Tour boats set out from various ports in the south of the Island every day, offering a chance to see the bottlenose dolphins and pilot whales which have established permanent colonies in our waters.
Adresse: South Tenerife

Historic Areas

The idyllic resort that is Tenerife owes much to its history, art and culture. The historic areas of La Laguna — a World Heritage Site —, Garachico or La Orotava, awarded prizes for their excellent state of conservation, are just three examples of the treasures to be discovered in many of our beautiful towns — so much more than just sun and beaches.
Adresse: La Laguna

Events Calendar

January Romería de San Sebastián in Adeje Canary Islands Music Festival February Carnival March Easter in La Laguna April Romería de San Marcos in Tegueste May May festivities in Santa Cruz with traditional dancing Festival Mueca in Puerto de la Cruz Canary Islands Day, 30/05 Holy Cross Festivity in Los Realejos and firework show, 3/05. June St. John’s Day Festival Corpus Floral Carpets in La Orotava Romería de San Antonio in Granadilla July El Carmen Festival Romería de San Benito in La Laguna Fimucité. Tenerife International Film Music Festival August Tejina Festival of Hearts Festival of the Virgin of Candelaria Romería de San Roque in Garachico Romería de San Agustín in Arafo September El Cristo de La Laguna Festival Romería del Socorro in Güimar Romería de San Miguel October Battle of Lepanto reenactment in Valle Guerra November San Andrés Festival December Christmas Concert by Tenerife Symphony Orchestra Los Silos International Festival of Tales

Local Festivals

From March to September, ox-drawn carts, traditional food, local wines and meats take centre stage in towns and villages all around the Island. Islanders wearing bright and colourful ’mago’ costumes (traditional local dress) accompany ’parrandas’ (traditional folk groups) playing Canary Island folk tunes and are the stars of the show at the festivals in Tegueste, San Benito (La Laguna) and San Roque (Garachico), three of the most popular festivities.

Religious Celebrations

Popular fiestas are held throughout the year, many of a religious nature. Easter Week, especially in La Laguna, or the Corpus Christi celebrations, most notably in La Orotava where you can enjoy tapestries made from flowers and sand from Mount Teide, are highly recommended. Other major festivities include the celebrations in honour of the Virgin of Candelaria and the opening of the wine cellars to sample the new wine at Icod de los Vinos.


More than any other festivities on the Island, there is one extra special occasion: the Carnivals, which transform Tenerife every February. Those of Santa Cruz are the largest in Europe, with thousands of locals and visitors filling the city with sequins, feathers and music to celebrate one of the safest festivals anywhere. The best way to really join in with this party is to wear fancy dress, or at the very least a colourful wig and face paint.

Arts Festivals

Make the most of your stay to enjoy some of the many cultural festivals held on the Island: the Canary Island Music Festival, the Opera Festival, the Tenerife Festival of Dance, the Atlantic Jazz Festival, los Caprichos Musicales de Isla Baja music festival, the Festival of Brazilian Music, the Canary Island Puppet Festival, the Folk and Roots Festival or the Mueca International Street Arts Festival in Puerto de la Cruz.

Sendero de los Sentidos

In order to decipher all that Tenerife’s countryside has to offer, we recommend visiting the Sendero de los Sentidos (Path of the Senses), a true natural landscape with information panels that will help you to stimulate your sight, hearing, touch and smell.
Adresse: Sendero de los Sentidos, Santa Cruz de Tenerife


Tenerife is crisscrossed by hundreds of them canyons, so it's no surprise that canyoning grows in popularity each year. There is also a rare chance to explore underground caverns hidden beneath our feet.

Lava Tubes

One activity which cannot be enjoyed anywhere else is the chance to explore a lava tube such as Cueva del Viento (Cave of Wind), at Icod de los Vinos. At 17 kilometres in length, it is the longest in Europe, offering an unforgettable journey into the depths of the Earth and a perfect chance to discover the Island’s volcanic past.

Bird Watching and Stargazing

With some of the clearest skies in the world, Tenerife is perfect for stargazing and bird watching. The Canary Islands and Tenerife are the first places you can see birds on their annual migration to Equatorial Africa.

Natural Wonders

There are outstanding landscapes to admire on Tenerife, such as the Laurel Forests, a lush magical relic from the Tertiary Period, or El Acantilado de Los Gigantes (The Giant Cliffs), which reach 600m at their highest point. Hiking, for instance, is one of the best ways to explore Tenerife’s amazing variety of natural beauty spots along hundreds of kilometres of signposted trails.

Water Activities

Deep-sea fishing, sailboat trips, windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking and diving are just some of the activities on offer in Tenerife. The crystal-clear waters combined with the rich diversity of marine life, make it a veritable treasure trove for all who enjoy diving, as well as those who wish to try this exciting sport for the first time.

Dolphin and Whale Watching

Tenerife is a top destination for whale and dolphin watching. 21 of the world’s 79 species of dolphins and whales inhabit our waters, including a permanent colony of some 500 pilot whales and 250 bottlenose dolphins. They are most commonly found in the waters between the south coast of Tenerife and the island of La Gomera. They are also very close to shore, about three miles, allowing them to be seen all year round.

Jungle Park

In the south of the Island you can visit Jungle Park, a jungle setting full of wild animals, where there’s even a bird of prey freeflight exhibition including eagles. Test your driving skills at Karting Club Tenerife or enjoy the thrills and spills of the water slides at Aqualand; so many things to do during your holiday, and what better way to round it off than a visit to Forestal Park, an adventure playground boasting over a hundred tree-top attractions where Tarzan would feel right at home.
Adresse: Jungle Park, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 72 90 10


Not only do Tenerife’s natural assets give you energy and vitality, but a visit to one of the spas, located across the island, allows time for relaxation. A number of these facilities are located within upmarket hotels and resorts and offer a wide variety of treatments. Guests can choose from therapies with hot stones, aromatherapy, exfoliation and others to combat stress. Spa lovers can go the extra step and enjoy fruit masks, oxygen therapy, snow cabins, the Photon capsule, and much more.

Medical Tourism

Tenerife boasts a hospital network with leading qualified professionals and the latest technical and surgical advances. The centres meet the medical and sanitary standards of an EU country but with significant price advantages over most European countries and America. This network even has a dedicated customer service team for international patients. Furthermore, it is possible to arrange transfers, accommodation pre- and post-treatment and to organise additional leisure activities.

Language Learning

Thanks to its climate and leisure options, Tenerife is emerging as a top destination for language learning — travellers interested in learning or improving their Spanish can find language schools to cater to all levels. These centres offer group and individual classes, intensive courses and complementary activities for language learning.


Museums across Tenerife promise to expand your knowledge on nature and natural history in a fun and informative way. The Museum of Nature and Mankind, the Museum of Science and the Cosmos, the Museum of History and Anthropology, and the Centre for Canarian-Latin American Documentation are all worth a visit.

Cultural and Architectural Heritage

Tenerife boasts a cultural heritage on a par with its natural beauty, as seen in the historic areas of its cities, like La Laguna, Garachico, La Orotava and Icod de los Vientos. There’s never enough time to fully admire each town’s churches, convents, buildings, plazas and palaces. Tenerife is also renowned for its avant-garde architecture, with such names as Santiago Calatrava and Herzog & De Meuron leaving their mark on the island.

Pyramids of Güímar

These curious, rectangular pyramid-shaped structures built from lava stone are a curious aspect of Tenerife's landscape. Archaeologists dispute why and when they were created, with theories concerning Aborigines and local farmers. Some believe these structures suggest contact between the Tenerife natives and the Aztecs.
Adresse: Calle Chacona, s/n, 38500 Güímar, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Telefon: (+34) 922 51 45 10

Botanical Gardens Puerto de la Cruz

An 18th-century botanical garden with diverse tropical & subtropical plants. Wander a luscious green jungle and you may even find yourself under the famous 200-year-old fig tree.
Adresse: Calle Retama, 2, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Telefon: (+34) 922 92 29 78

Cooperativa Mercado Nuestra Señora De África

This bustling traditional market is a one-stop-shop for all things gastronomic. Try local artisan products such as meat, cheese, bread and ham. The preferred market of locals, this market offers favourite treats such as churros and the famous local banana wine.
Adresse: Av. de San Sebastián, 51, 38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Telefon: (+34) 922 21 47 43
Åpningstider: 07:00-15:00

La Rambla de Castro Coastal Path

For a relaxing stroll, follow this 2km coastal path through a nature preserve. Starting at sea level at the beach of Los Roques, this path takes in wonderful ocean views, craggy cliffs, and palm groves. Historic landmarks on the route include the Casona de Castro (Manor house), Saint Peter’s hermitage, and the 18th century San Bernardo's Fort. The walk is not strenuous and public transport is available at the end of the route.
Adresse: Camino del Guindaste, 3, 38410 Los Realejos, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Telefon: (+34) 922 34 26 54

Las Teresitas

Around the metropolitan area, the most famous beach is called Las Teresitas, in Santa Cruz, the Island’s capital. At 1.5 kilometres in length, its golden sands and close proximity to the small coastal town of San Andrés make it ideal for a relaxing day sat under a tropical palm tree (while in the area, you can also visit the nearby Anaga Rural Park and its lush green forests dotted with white houses).
Adresse: Las Teresita, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Black Sand Beaches

Due to its volcanic origins, Tenerife also has beaches of black sand, mainly in the north of the Island. On such beaches, your skin soaks up their famous mineral salts which reduce stress and increase blood circulation, among other benefits. The most popular beaches include Playa Jardín, in Puerto de la Cruz, El Socorro, in Los Realejos, and San Marcos, in Icod de los Vinos.

Volcanic Pools

A great way to enjoy the sea on the Island is to visit the natural pools formed long ago by lava as it flowed into the ocean. The most popular are at Bajamar, Punta del Hidalgo (La Laguna), San Juan de la Rambla (Charco La Laja), Garachico (El Caletón) and San Miguel.


There are over 1,000 kilometres of trails to chose from on Tenerife, each taking you through volcanic formations, pine forests, rugged cliffs and other natural wonders. To go up to the Teide Summit, you have to request a special permit. Also be sure to have all the necessary equipment, protection from sun and rain, as well as plenty of food and water.

Scuba Diving

Tenerife's waters are rife with wildlife and natural beauty, and there is no better way to admire it all than by scuba diving. There are over 60 dive sites available to you, spread out all along the coast. You can dive at any time of year with visibility from 10 to 30 metres. Although diving conditions may vary, the water temperature is constant and always somewhere between 19 ºC and 26 ºC.


You can cycle at sea-level or at an altitude of over 2,000 metres, and you'll always have any service you need close by. The best cyclists in the world have choose Tenerife for training, for the favourable weather conditions year-round, with an average temperature of 22 degrees. All over the island you have an extensive road network available to you. Whether you're just starting or whether you're a professional, you have lots of options for routes and services that adapt to your needs.

Mountain Biking

There are over 200 kilometres of forest tracks available to you. Most of them run through the high part of the island, above all in the Corona Forestal. The network of tracks connects a large part of the North with the area of Tacoronte and the South, allowing you to start and finish in places with services and, in many cases, with public transport and car parks. The network of tracks allows you to tailor the routes according to difficulty, kilometers and the type of scenery you want to see.

Surfing and Bodyboarding

In Tenerife you have swell every ten minutes. You don’t like one wave? Just go for the next one. And furthermore, you can surf all year round! Forget your winter suit, because here the water's always warm. The strongest waves break in the northern and north-western areas of the island. The southern and south-eastern area has less intense waves. Nonetheless, the force of the sea varies depending on the time of year.

Stand-Up Paddle Surfing

Get onto your board, pick up your oar and let the journey begin. You'll discover spots that very few ever get to. You’ll exercise all of your muscles, while you have fun with your friends or family. Everyone can do stand up paddle surfing. The East and South-east of the island have very quiet areas for this kind of surfing. If you prefer surfing waves with your SUP board, we recommend that you do it at Playa de Las Américas.


You can do windsurfing all year round. Winds are usually easterly and north-easterly. Depending on how strong the wind is, there are two seasons for windsurfing: Winter (October - April): from 10 to 25 knots approximately; Summer (May to September): from 15 to 30 knots approximately. Five beaches for flying: El Médano, El Cabezo, La Tejita, Playa de las Américas (Conquistador y Las Palmeras), Playa de las Américas (Fitenia).


You can go kitesurfing all year: the El Médano area has an average of 300 days of wind a year and the water temperature oscillates between 19 ºC in winter and 26 ºC in summer. There are 2 seasons depending on the intensity of the wind: Winter (October - April): from 10 to 25 knots; Summer (May to September): from 15 to 30 knots. Five beaches for kitesurfing: El Cabezo. El Médano, La Tejita, Playa de las Américas (Conquistador y Las Palmeras), Playa de las Américas (Fitenia).

Sailing and Dinghy Sailing

Imagine a winter with sun and a 22-knot wind. There are fewer better conditions for sailing. It can be done all over the island, although the easterly and south-easterly coasts are the windiest. To do this sport, you will need a club or school to provide you with the necessary infrastructures and equipment, such as boats, marinas, slipways, etc. If you already have all the means, we recommend that you check the available departure points.


Kayaking is a favourite way of discovering the natural beauty of Tenerife. You can get to know the coast of the island by kayak all year round. It is the ideal sport for getting to know unique places that you can only get to by sea. Due to volcanic eruptions and erosion by the wind and sea, you can see spectacular landscapes of cliffs, caves and natural coves. The eastern and south-eastern coasts are ideal places for kayaking, as they are usually protected from big waves.

Free Diving

Tenerife is one of the main destinations in Europe for free diving. It can be attempted all year round, as the water temperature is constant and there is no thermocline. The sea oscillates between 19 ºC in winter and 26 ºC in summer, with a visibility of up to 25 metres. You have at your disposition the modern facilities and services of T3, and the Academy West Europe Center. The professionals at these centres will teach you breathing techniques and how to move in the water.

Top-Class Fishing

This sport can be enjoyed 365 days a year, making it one of the best places in the world to fish thanks to its unbeatable water conditions. The waters of Tenerife are a compulsory part of the main migratory routes of a large variety of native species, notably blue marlins and tunas. The best time for catching both species is May to September. All marinas provide an extensive fleet of specialised boats, equipped with the necessary material and crew to enjoy an unforgettable day of fishing.


Would you like to walk through a lava cave created over 27,000 years ago? On the island, there is a cave that comes from the vacuum formed when the outside of an enormous stretch of lava cooled much faster than its inside. It left a 17-kilometre hollow area inside the earth: the longest volcanic tunnel in Europe - Cueva del Viento (Cave of the Wind). On an underground walk, a guide will show you what is hidden in this cave of labyrinths with three different levels full of passages.
Adresse: Calle Los Piquetes, 51. El Amparo, Icod de los Vinos
Telefon: +34 922 815 339
Åpningstider: Tue-Sat 9am-4pm


Flying over the trees with Mt. Teide at your back and valleys with banana plantations below, admire the natural beauty of the area from above. If you want to have the experience of flying, you can take a two-seater flight, through one of the companies that provide this service. If you want to learn to fly, you can take one of the courses organised by the federation schools and associated companies. If you already know how to fly, you can do it on your own with your equipment.


When every muscle in your body is tensed and you’re stuck to the wall, you know that the only way is up. And you continue! You hook another carabiner and you summon the strength. The summit is very close. You feel the last space between the rocks with your fingers. You push a little more with your feet, and you're there! From above, everything is different. You'll discover landscapes that look like they're from another planet, like the Cañadas del Teide.

Tennis and Paddle Tennis

You have more than 11 sports complexes available to you, with Plexipave, clay and synthetic grass outdoor courts. You have a team of highly-prestigious physiotherapists to guarantee first-class fitness work and training. The splendid climate is a real magnet if you want to recover from injuries or long competition seasons. You can also play frontón and squash at many places on the island.


Imagine practising your swing beside the sea or next to impressive cliffs. The constant springtime temperature means that you can play all year round. There are 8 golf courses and 2 pitch and putt courses, spread out over the North and South of the island. Each of them provides a completely different way to enjoy this sport. Furthermore, there is an extensive network of top-class hotels and restaurants that, under the Tenerife Golf brand, provide all kinds of specialised services.


You can do different kinds of water sports, such as swimming, waterpolo or synchronised swimming all year long, as we have all the means necessary for them and an unbeatable climate. You can have fun at facilities with both indoor and outdoor pools.
Adresse: Avenida de los Acantilados, s/n. La Caleta, Adeje
Telefon: +34 922 782 755

Sports Centres and High-Performance Centres

Whether you're preparing for your next competition or you simply want to perfect your technique, you have facilities with the latest technology and the best team of professionals to guide you in all your training. The island’s sports centres and high performance centres hold continental and world swimming, tennis, triathlon and football championships every year. They offer the best facilities combined with the benefits of training at sea level with preparation at an altitude of 2,000 metres.
Adresse: Plaza de las Nieves no. 1, Tincer, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Accessible Sport

If you have a disability or reduced mobility, you can rely on the best professionals and the most sophisticated facilities at the T3, a centre where paralympic athletes come to train, including the paralympic swimming teams from Sweden, Holland, Estonia, Norway and Mexico. See also: AR2 Surf Project +34 646 112 055 Canarias Guru +34 922 730 319 +34 922 098 968
Adresse: Av. de los Acantilados, La Caleta de Adeje, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 782 755

Sporting Events

Tenerife has an extensive calendar of sporting events. World-renowned championships are held, such as the Tenerife Bluetrail, the Teide Extreme triathlon, the International Marathon of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife Spanish Open, among others. Over 1,000 km of trails allow runners to contemplate unique landscapes, and the 20 professional runs, 9 half marathons, 5 marathons, 6 duathlons and 5 cross-country runs allow you to test your limits.

Accommodation for Adventurers

In Tenerife, you can find accommodation adapted to the needs ofathletes. They provide specialised services both for teams and for individual professionals who want to perfect their technique. There are more and more elite athletes who choose Tenerife for training: swimming, tennis, triathlon, football or cycling. They enjoy the combination of excellent facilities with the benefits of training at sea level with preparation at an altitude of over 2,000 metres in the Teide National Park, which has a favourable effect on their physical stamina. Albergue Montes de Anaga Carretera Bailadero Chamorga, s/n Santa Cruz de Tenerife +34 922 822 056 [email protected] Hotel Silken Atlántida Avda. 3 de Mayo (Esquina Áurea Díaz Flores) Santa Cruz de Tenerife +34 922 294 500 [email protected] Oceáno Hotel Health SpaTenerife Calle Océano Pacífico, 1, Punta del Hidalgo La Laguna +34 922 156 000 [email protected] Parador de Turismo Las Cañadas del Teide La Orotava +34 922 374 841 [email protected]


There’s a type of establishment on the Island known as a guachinche. These small, family-run eateries, often improvised on the terrace or in the garage of rural houses, only open at certain times of the year to offer wine from their own harvest accompanied by two or three traditional dishes at very affordable prices. Such establishments have deep roots on the Island, and islanders will be delighted to tell visitors how to find them. Our only recommendation: be sure to visit them.

Local Specialties

A great way to sample Tenerife’s cuisine is to try one of the island’s local delicacies. The “papas arrugadas” with red and green “mojos” are a must but there are plenty of dishes such as the Canarian stew (mixed vegetables and meat) and grilled sardines to excite food lovers. Honey is a very popular dessert ingredient and the most unusual-tasting type of honey is obtained from endemic species such as the Teide broom.


Traditional marketplaces and street markets in towns and villages all over the Island offer wonderful fresh produce, often grown on organic farms, and are busy meeting points where you can share experiences with islanders who have expert knowledge of the area.

Local Wines

Tenerife is an ideal destination for sampling a wide range of unique wines. The local whites and reds offer flavours and aromas which reflect the Island’s climate and volcanic origins. Visit one of the island’s wineries in which wines are made using modern techniques, while other producers keeping to more old fashioned and traditional methods. The Wine Museum is a great place to taste different Tenerife wines accompanied by the best of the island’s food specialities.

Abama Kabuki

Elegantly decorated with a minimalist palette of reds and blacks, Abama Kabuki is supervised by Ricardo Sanz, whose restaurants in Madrid and Wellington are among the best Japanese restaurants in Europe. Ricardo Sanz and his team are famous for their ingenious fusions of traditional Japanese influences and modern, Western culinary techniques, as well as for their superb ingredients. Canary Island ingredients are used with a great deal of imagination in the preparation of the Kabuki dishes.
Adresse: Carretera General del Sur, 47, Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 12 60 00
Åpningstider: Wed-Mon 7pm-11pm

Bodegón el Barranquillo

The El Barranquillo restaurant is an obligatory meeting point for those who appreciate local produce, fresh Tenerife pork and good local wine. The meat comes from a family-run pig farm and the wine is home-made. The restaurant has its own wine-press and wine-cellar and has the help and advice of a team of wine experts who contribute to making the wine so smooth and full-bodied. El Barranquillo's culinary speciality is grilled pork and chicken although the cod in onions is equally tasty.
Adresse: Carretera General La Perdoma, 37, La Orotava
Telefon: +34 922 30 94 66
Åpningstider: Wed-Mon 12:30pm-11pm

Mesón Los Ángeles

Mesón Los Ángeles is a space designed to delight with the aromas, textures and flavours of our islands, your opportunity to meet the best of Canarian and Mediterranean gastronomy in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The restaurant, located in the district of Salamanca in the capital of the Island, has been offering a friendly service since 1983.
Adresse: Avda. Islas Canarias, 28, Santa Cruz De Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 28 04 13

Papagayo Beach Club

Papagayo Beach Club guarantees exclusive sensations and moments of fun and escapism. The breakfasts every morning right next to the beach are one of the main attractions. The top-quality cuisine can be tasted both at lunchtime and dinner in an extensive menu including seafood and superb meats as well as the best of international cuisine. And when night falls, the establishment displays all its charm, fusing the best of electronic music with an enthusiasm for cocktails and live shows.
Adresse: Av. Rafael Puig Y Lluvina, 2, Adeje
Telefon: +34 922 78 89 16

Restaurante Bodeguita Canaria

La Bodeguita Canaria is situated in the centre of Santa Cruz, a few metres from Plaza España. The restaurant's speciality is traditional Canarian gastronomy which includes some of the most popular and typical dishes such as: ropa vieja, ribs and potatoes, rabbit in salmorejo, tortilla and shark, which are always accompanied by a large variety of local wines.
Adresse: Calle Imeldo Serís, 18, Santa Cruz De Tenerife
Telefon: +34 629 03 85 81

Casa del Vino

This restaurant specializes in traditional gastronomy of the islands and new, creative, Canarian cuisine. The restaurant serves dishes made with fresh local produce from the markets and mixes an interesting variety of tastes, aromas and textures. The wine list is made up exclusively of wines from the five wine denominations of Tenerife. The Casa del Vino is an old agricultural Canarian farm from the 17th century that has been perfectly restored and has been open to the public since 1995.
Adresse: Calle San Simón, 49, El Sauzal, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 57 25 35

Papagayo Beach Club

Papagayo Beach Club guarantees exclusive sensations and moments of fun and escapism. The breakfasts every morning right next to the beach are one of the main attractions. The top-quality cuisine can be tasted both at lunchtime and dinner in an extensive menu including seafood and superb meats as well as the best of international cuisine. And when night falls, the establishment displays all its charm, fusing the best of electronic music with an enthusiasm for cocktails and live shows.
Adresse: Av. Rafael Puig Y Lluvina, 2, Adeje
Telefon: +34 922 78 89 16


You can try your luck at blackjack, poker or roulette at the Island’s three luxury casinos: Las Américas (ground floor of the prestigious Hotel Gran Tinerfe), Santa Cruz (Hotel Mencey) and Puerto de la Cruz (at the Lago Martiánez swimming pool complex).

Live Shows

Classical music and jazz concerts or performances by the biggest stars of the moment are just a few options to make your stay on the Island even more memorable. The year-long schedule of festivals and events offers every imaginable style to suit all tastes. Plus, every day you have the chance to see original live shows at the many venues and night clubs in both the north and south of the Island.

Cultural Events

The spectacular Magma Arte & Congresos, on Costa Adeje, plays host to a wide range of cultural events (concerts, musicals, exhibitions) which we highly recommend during your stay with us.
Adresse: Avda. Los Pueblos, s/n, Costa Adeje, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 75 20 27


For those who were born to party, every trend and ambience is on offer at pubs and clubs open every night of the week; or dance till dawn at a disco to the sound of rock, pop, house, techno or salsa. You can choose sessions by famous Spanish and international DJs at festivals and clubs all over the Island, or bars and venues where lovers of techno and chillout will reach the very peaks of ecstasy. A more relaxed option is the moonlight beach parties offering great music and excellent company.

Blanco Bar

This cocktail bar located in Puerto de la Cruz has become a reference among night clubs in the north. Together with the best music in a variety of styles, the customers can enjoy monologues, plays, concerts, magic performances and all of this is impregnated with the atmosphere that is characteristic of this entertainment venue. There is a terrace, a range of cocktails including both classical and modern, and Blanco Bar is suitable for the handicapped (bathroom, ramps).
Adresse: C/ Blanco, 12, Puerto De La Cruz
Telefon: +34 620 95 51 97
Åpningstider: Daily 8pm-3am

Baratillo Los Verdes

Baratillo Los Verdes is a leading company in the management of markets and minimarkets. The leader in this sector has a great number of contracts with local authorities in commercial promotion. In the Baratillos Los Verdes markets you will find an extensive range of products such as handicrafts, antiques, textiles and small ornaments. You can find specialised products or general products depending on what day you visit.
Adresse: Parque Royal, Ctro. Ofic. Loc. 17. Torviscas. Adeje
Telefon: +34 922 71 52 50

El Corte Inglés

El Corte Inglés offers residents and visitors to Santa Cruz de Tenerife its comprehensive range of goods in a large centre which is located in Avenida Tres de Mayo, only a few metres away from the Auditorio, the Exhibition Hall and the Lido. At all our stores, you will find an enormous selection of brands in foods, fashion, jewellery, watches, footwear, books and accessories, to name but a few.
Adresse: Avda. Tres De Mayo, 7, Santa Cruz De Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 84 94 00
Åpningstider: Mon-Sat 9:30am-9:30pm

Empresa Insular de Artesanía

This centre offers 7 points of sale for its products, genuinely offering the best of hand-made art on the island, including textiles, pottery, metalwork, woodwork and creative ceramics. The distinctive Artenerife certifies the origin of all its products and they are all labelled AENOR. The Artenerife shops can be found in Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Las Americas, Playa de las Vistas (Los Cristianos) and La Orotava.
Adresse: C/ Tomás Zerolo, 27, La Orotava
Telefon: +34 922 32 22 85

Gofio La Molineta

Gofio La Molineta is a traditional windmill created in 1866 which is devoted to the preparation of a Canarian product made from cereals: Gofio. It is mainly used for breakfast and typical dishes of Canarian cuisine, and can be of several different kinds: seven cereals, chickpeas, traditional wheat, and more, all of them ground using the native method of the millstone. Gofio La Molineta now exports its products to the United States and Germany and also offers their products online.
Adresse: C/ Núñez De La Peña, 61, La Laguna
Telefon: +34 922 25 71 55

Aurum 1000

Aurum 1000 stands out for its pieces in fine gold, its lovely designs and its fine craftwork with such special materials as gold, platinum, diamonds and lava using traditional techniques. At the shop-cum-workshop, there is direct attention from the Goldsmith, Peter Krahn, for more personal commissions. Take home exclusive jewels as an indelible souvenir of the starry nights of Tenerife, of its rugged, volcanic landscapes and the ever-present sun in the south of the Island.
Adresse: C/ Enramada - C.Cial San Sebastián, Local 8, Adeje
Telefon: +34 922 72 47 06


Lovers of Canarian mojo sauces can now take them home. Buenum offers traditionally made mojo sauces which contain all the taste of genuine Canarian cuisine. Buenum is a family firm located in the north of Tenerife with a wealth of experience in the world of cooking, going back several generations. They have created, from their grandma's recipe, a totally innovative line of sauces. There are seven flavours, all without preservatives or colouring and made with olive oil.
Adresse: C/ El Natero, 22, Los Realejos
Telefon: +34 603 45 96 27


Islenio, located in Plaza de la Candelaria in Santa Cruz, in the very heart of the city, offers a wide variety of craftwork and other items created in the Canary Islands. The store is specially decorated with traditional work from the islands to make the customer feel comfortable while enjoying the best of our gastronomy and culture: wines, liqueurs, cigars, cheeses, mojo sauces and jams, as well as cosmetics, music, books and handicrafts.
Adresse: Plaza De La Candelaria, 6, Santa Cruz De Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 24 39 32

La Despensa

Internationally renowned wines, delicious cheeses, unique kinds of honey, traditional cakes, as well as products that are deeply rooted in Tenerife's culture, like gofio (toasted flour from cereals), mojo (sauce) and coloured varieties of potatoes are just a small sample of the originality and variety of the produce from our land that you can find at La Despensa.
Adresse: C/ Puerto Escondido, 5. 6ª A, Santa Cruz De Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 53 10 13

General Information

• An average annual temperature of 23ºC, with warm summers and mild winters. • 3,000 hours of sunlight per year. • Nearly 400 km of coastline and some 70 km of beaches. • 43 protected nature areas (48% of the Island). • More than 800 species of local flora and fauna. • Modern network of motorways and full bus service. Tramway in the metropolitan area. • Two airports, one in the south (Tenerife Sur) and one in the north (Tenerife Norte), with flights to over 150 cities around the world. • Two international cruise ports. • Between 2 and 4 hours by plane from the main Spanish and European airports. • Two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Teide National Park and the city of La Laguna.

Business Events and Conferences

Tenerife is also an ideal destination for conferences, events and incentive trips. A comprehensive network of ultra modern conference centres and accommodation, able to provide every convenience and cater to any needs, allows us to attract large groups, even in excess of 5,000 people. Our vast array of supplementary facilities, including all manner of leisure activities, ensures a successful outcome for any events held on the Island.


The island offers a safe and comfortable holiday for people with reduced mobility or language impairments. Many of Tenerife’s beaches, city squares and leisure facilities are equipped for the whole family to enjoy the outdoors. The island has 12 beaches equipped for travellers with reduced mobility. It is worth highlighting Las Vistas Beach, which features a support service team, including the provision of crutches and amphibious chairs for swimming in the sea, as well as designated rest areas.


Tenerife is served by two international airports: Tenerife Sur (Reina Sofía) - +34 922 759 000 Tenerife South is the larger of the two airports, handling traffic from many major European airlines and destinations. It is located some 90 kilometres from the capital of Santa Cruz. Bus 111 runs from the airport to Santa Cruz and the major beaches of the island. Taxis to Santa Cruz should cost about 60 Euros. Tenerife Norte (Los Rodeos) - +34 922 635 998 Tenerife North is located in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, about 11 kilometres from Santa Cruz. Bus lines 102, 108, and 109 go to the city, while taxis should cost around 15 Euros. Route 343 runs directly between both airports non-stop in just 50 minutes. Regional airlines: Binter Canarias +34 902 391 392


Cruise ships coming to the island dock in the port at Santa Cruz de Tenerife, located less than a kilometre away from the city. There are free shuttle services to Plaza España in the city, provided by the Tenerife Port Authority. In the south of the island is the smaller port at Los Cristianos, which handles many tourists boats, most of them going on dolphin and whale watching expeditions. Santa Cruz de Tenerife +34 922 605 400 Los Cristianos, in Arona +34 922 790 827 Regional sea links: Fred Olsen +34 902 100 107 Naviera Armas +34 902 456 500

Public Transport

TITSA manages the public bus system on the island. Line 111 crosses the whole island, from the capital of Santa Cruz to Playa de las Américas, stopping at the South Airport. There is also a small tram system in Santa Cruz, composed of two lines, one of which connects to La Laguna, stopping at many majour landmarks and important places.
Telefon: +34 922 531 300


Taxis are the most convenient way to get around the island, but also the most expensive. Below is a list of taxi companies in different parts of the island: Adeje: +34 922 714 462 La Laguna: +34 922 255 555 Güimar: +34 922 510 811 Puerto de la Cruz: +34 902 205 002 La Orotava: +34 922 323 077 Candelaria: +34 922 503 880 Tenerife North Airport: +34 922 635 114 Tenerife South Airport: +34 922 392 119 Eurotaxis in Santa Cruz de Tenerife: +34 609 867 581 Eurotaxis in La Laguna: +34 922 253 677 Eurotaxis in La Orotava: +34 646 369 214 Eurotaxis in Santiago del Teide: +34 922 86 08 40


Oficina de Correos
Adresse: Av Princesa Iballa, La Laguna, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 64 43 53
Åpningstider: Mon-Fri 8:30am-2:30pm, Sat 9:30am-1pm


Farmacia Santa Cruz
Adresse: Calle Viera y Clavijo, 2, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Telefon: +34 922 28 30 37
Åpningstider: Daily 9am-10pm


Country code: +34 Area code: 922


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