The list of Top 100 Things To Do in Tenerife will definitely help you to discover the island before you come to spend your holiday on this beautiful sub-tropical island. Tenerife offers the widest range of nature and climate diversity among all seven islands of Canary archipelago as well as an incredible variety of activities, tours and things to do.
This list is created to help everyone to plan the visit on the island before you go. It's important to know the island hosts millions of visitors each year from different parts of the world, so it's quite important to choose and book things to do in Tenerife up to your interests at least 1-3 months in advance. Last-minute booking of local tours and activities or doing that in the hotel after arrival is the worst idea. It because of it almost sure all the best activities will be already fully booked and hotels will offer you only things to do offered by kind of 'tourist factories' that nobody really wants. Therefore it strongly suggested to read and research this list to choose, plan and book your chosen Tenerife things to do in advance. Most of the activities are available to easily and safely book on TripsPoint and some of them you can simply do by yourself.
Top-100 Things to Do in Tenerife
All these 100 ideas provided by one of the best local guides from Tenerife offering exclusive private VIP tours on the island, so you can be sure - you have the most valuable and worthy information in this list guiding you across all the most interesting things to do in Tenerife. On this list here's no priority which thing to do is more or less important, they are listed quite randomly. You can easily decide about importance by yourself because every person has different interests, age and own style of traveling.
So, here we go - read and make your plans for your holiday in Tenerife. We will be also thankful if you can share this article among your friends if they're considering to spend their vacations in Tenerife in the future. You will save them a lot of money and time to researching things to do in Tenerife.
1. Siam Park in Costa Adeje
This is quite obvious - Siam Park is the biggest water park in Europe and one of the easiest things to do in Costa Adeje, accessible within 5-30 min drive from all the resorts of Tenerife South. Located in Costa Adeje Siam Park is open from the morning till the evening seven days a week all year long. Siam Park offers tens of different levels of water slides, a slow river and a huge artificial lake - a pool with small islands and the biggest artificial waves in the world. Here you will find fun for every taste and age. Basically most of the slides are available from kids that are 140cm or taller. If you stay in Tenerife South, you can take free Siam Park bus, coursing every 30 minutes from the marked public bus stops in Los Cristianos, Las Americas, and Costa Adeje. Staying in more remote and less popular resorts in Puerto de La Cruz you can take Siam Park Day Tour from Tenerife North. Also, island visitors staying in the Los Gigantes area are able to get to Siam Park with Siam Park Day Tour from Los Gigantes area.
2. Loro Parque in Puerto de la Cruz
Counted as the best animal park and zoo in the World this is the second obvious of top things to do in Tenerife - you simply must visit Loro Parque at least once to admire this amazing paradise for animals living in perfect conditions. There are four animal shows performed by killer whales, dolphins, sea lions and parrots. Having entry tickets to Loro Parque you are free to visit whole the park attractions and shows as many times along the day as you wish. Loro Parque also built and keeps the world's biggest penguinarium with natural Antarctic conditions as well as huge aquariums for sharks, stingrays and many other species of fish. You can walk there inside in the glass transparent tunnels. Loro Parque is located in Puerto de la Cruz on the Northside of the island and therefore you need to get there somehow from the South. The best options, cheap and really fast are Loro Parque Express Tour from the South or Loro Parque Express day tour from Los Gigantes area - it depends where you stay. Things are more simple for those who stay in Puerto de La Cruz - you have to walk to the city center wherefrom you have free wheel-train that departure every 30 min to Loro Parque. Good idea will be to join a regular Loro Parque Discovery Tour after entering Loro Parque - these tours realized by Loro Parque guides allows you to see the park from the backyard - that one of things to in Tenerife by itself, because you can see how animals spending their 'free time' hidden from the eyes of visitors.
3. Teide National Park
No doubt, the most important natural attraction of Tenerife and the most visited national park in Spain. For those who are forming their opinion on advertising and mass trends the volcano Teide is best place to go in Tenerife. And yes, there are a lot options and therefore it's relatively easy. Teide National Park by itself is also the biggest single crater in the world and the most important Tenerife volcano Teide is located right in the middle of this huge prehistoric crater. Feel yourself on another planet with so strange landscapes, totally endemic vegetation and unusual colors of rocks and lava fields. You can easily spend a day in the Teide National Park - there's no entrance fee, so you are free to visit it by yourself or take one of the available tours to the Teide National Park - there are many ways to visit taking Teide Light trekking tour or Teide Quad tour, Teide buggy tour if you like adventures, Off-road Jeep tour if you wish to drive off-road, private VIP tour to Teide if you love comfort and high tour level, Teide Express Bus tour if you are limited with money, etc. There are a few precautions you have to remember visiting Teide National Park.
- First of all, remember, the air there is extremely dry, nearly 0%, and that means you must always have water with you and drink a bit every 10-15 minutes to avoid dehydration effects.
- Second - you better pack your own food with you, eat somewhere before or after visiting Teide National Park. There are a few restaurants there, but the food is total 'trash' and quite overpriced - it because they have a lot of visitors no matter what quality they serve.
- Third - if you plan to use the cable car (we don't put as the separation of things to do in Tenerife, because it's simply too crowded and not the best of things to do in Tenerife) so you better book the cable car in advance online, choosing the exact date and time spot. Chances to get tickets to cable car coming straight there are close to zero.
- Fourth - if you are renting a car and driving to the Teide National Park by yourself, don't cut corners on the turns as you do it in your home country with wide and straight roads. Most road accidents are caused by tourists that do so, turns are blind and roads are extremely curvy. Don't leave any belongings, if you leave your car - there are thieves broking windows and stealing things in seconds without a chance to catch them - police don't do anything with that, unfortunately.
4. Hike to the Mount Teide Peak
This is a very unique experience you can get planning your things to do in Tenerife far in advance. Teide Peak which's 3718m high is the highest point of the Atlantic Ocean, the highest mount in Spain and it's impossible to get there without a permit. The number of people allowed to hike to the summit is very limited and the way to the peak is blocked by park rangers on the altitude 3550m. You must show your passport and a special permit from the National Park Direction to climb the Mt. Teide summit. If you want to climb by yourself, you must apply for the permit by yourself at least 2-3 months in advance. Fortunately, there are organized tours with special group permits to the Teide peak and, if you book one of these tours in 3-8 weeks in advance, you have pretty good chances to get permits and step on the Teide Peak. One of these tours is Teide Peak with cable car - that means you are getting by cable car to 3550m and hike from there to the summit and back to the upper cable car station. This option doesn't require you to be extremely fit and strong - the average person can participate and hike. For very experienced hikers in a perfect physical condition, there's another Teide Peak full trail tour. On that tour, you are doing full trail hiking from the Mt. Teide foot on altitude 2300m to the top and then you return back by cable car.
5. Walk around volcano Chinyero
Volcano Chinyero is the youngest Tenerife volcano erupted last time just 111 years ago and it's located below Teide toward Icod de Los Vinos surrounded by the beautiful pine forest. Almost not visited by tourists and hidden from popular ways this if one of the beautiful things to do in Tenerife, if you'd love to go somewhere to unusual hidden destination. You can park your car by the main road and simply take a walk toward the volcano Chinyero (don't leave anything in the car) - there are a few marked and unmarked paths. Alternatively, if you are afraid to be lost what's easy in the forest, you can take Volcano Chinyero trekking tour privately, so your guide will take you to the best remote places around this youngest volcano in Tenerife.
6. Hike Mount Guaza is one of the free things to do in Tenerife
Serve yourself with a beautiful 3-4 hours hike from Los Cristianos. Surprisingly, rising upright over Los Cristianos, one of the most popular resorts in Tenerife, Mt. Guaza almost never visited by tourists. There are no hiking tours organized by local tour operators to Mt. Guaza and therefore you will have to do it by yourself, but no worry - there's impossible to be lost. What you have to do is to go down to the beach of Los Cristianos, and facing sea turn left and walk to the end of Los Cristianos. Firstly you must hike the Palm Mar Wall cliff and then turn slightly left walking toward the mount until you see the summit with a lot of antennas installed there. It's a moderate hike, not the easiest one, but it is not too hard as well. Take enough water with you and don't forget your camera. From the Mt. Guaza summit you will admire very memorable views, so you may want to take photos documenting you've just made one of the quite non-standard things to do in Tenerife that others never do.
7. Playa de Las Teresitas - artificial beach in Caribbean style
There are many beaches in Tenerife, but Playa de Las Teresitas is absolutely standing out of all the other 'playas'. Build with 270 thousand tons of golden sand, specially delivered from Western Sahara and protected from oceanic waves this beautiful beach create an artificial lagoon where you can enjoy both swimming and taking the sun. If there's too strong sun you can hide under one of the hundreds of palm trees surrounding the Playa de Las Teresitas. Located by San Andres town it's quite far from any resorts and almost empty working days, but on Saturdays and Sundays, it's full of people coming from the capital agglomeration. The Playa de Las Teresitas is a really extremely beautiful beach and, if you like to spend your time on the beaches it must be on your list of things to do in Tenerife, especially summertime.
8. Dragon Tree or El Drago Milenario
The quite famous attraction of Tenerife located in Icod de Los Vinos. Dragon trees were populating whole our planet some 65-70 million years ago when dinosaurs were living on the Earth. These trees now survived only in Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Madeira Island, and Socotra Island. The Dragon Tree in Tenerife is the oldest Dragon Tree in the world and its age somehow between 1000 and 5000 years old. The Dragon Tree in Icod de Los Vinos is definitely among the three oldest trees on the planet and it's one of the things to do in Tenerife to see the Dragon Tree. Around the tree, there's a nice botanical garden with cave installation showing how native people of the island, Guanches, were living in the caves. You can get to the Dragon Tree with a private Go West tour or with Teide and Western Coast bus tour.
9. Taste wines in Museum of Malvasia
Right after visiting the Dragon Tree in Icod de Los Vinos you can step to the other very interesting place which you will find on the way to the botanical garden entrance - Museo de Malvasia or Museum of Malvasia in English. This is one more thing to do in Tenerife if you are passionate about wines. Malvasia is the name of grape and wine - the most expensive wine in Tenerife and this wine was playing a very important role in the history of the island. 400 years ago Tenerife was the main exporter of nice wines to England and to European royal houses. It was mainly Malvasia and it was the favorite wine of William Shakespeare and many other prominent people of those times. You can even book quite inexpensive private wine tasting in Museum of Malvasia. But, even if you are not for wines, you can visit the cozy garden in the backyard and see how's growing avocado, coffee, guava, papaya trees, passion fruits, etc. Thee thing you probably never seen before.
10. Visit Taborno - one of the most isolated villages in Tenerife
This is something really special - Taborno is a remote village located in the heart of the wildest part of Tenerife. This is one of Tenerife places to visit for those who love to do unusual things. The way to the village is quite long and there are no popular and cheap tours there, but, if you take the private tour to Anaga Mountains and Jungle, you can ask your tour guide to take you to Taborno instead of the more popular Taganana. Here you can admire breath-stopping views from the heart of the Anaga peninsula and on the way to and from the village notice how dramatically nature, climate, and vegetation are changing.
11. Hike to the Faro de Anaga
An extremely unusual and beautiful Anaga Adventure hiking tour to the Northernmost area of Tenerife must be considered by you as one of the things to do in Tenerife if you really wish to discover the nature of the island in one of the places where it is perfectly preserved from the human influence. At the same time, it is the most remote place on the island you can get to. The hiking route is quite hard and you must in good physical condition to be able to participate in this activity with your private guide in Tenerife.
12. Walk-in Anaga Jungle
A special experience available to everyone who truly wishes to know the island. Usually sticking in a resort on the South you even cannot imagine how different it is in every single corner. And, if about Anaga jungle - this is an endemic jungle survived only in two places in the world, including the Anaga peninsula in Tenerife. Take a private tour to Anaga or Two Capital & Anaga Jungle bus tour to feel it for a while. Even paths in Anaga jungle are extremely steep, in the place called Cruz del Carmen there are paths accessible even with a wheelchair, so everyone can get this experience.
13. Visit Garachico town - local Pompeii of Tenerife
This is a very long story about Garachico and on a tour, your guide will explain to you in detail. In short - this is the first capital of the island and this is local Pompeii - the town was completely destroyed by Tenerife volcano eruption and lava more than 300 years ago. Garachico is an absolute 'must-see' and you have to put it on your list of things to do in Tenerife. You can visit it with the Tenerife Magic Circle tour or with the same cheap bus tour you visit Dragon Tree.
14. Whale watching is one of 'must-do' Tenerife things to do
In the waters between Tenerife and La Gomera islands, there are hundreds of pilot whales living. Any boat trip longer than 2 hours will serve you whale watching with almost guaranteed results. There are tons of whale watching boat trips, from big catamarans packing a hundred people on board to private yachts offering whale watching in a more private atmosphere with a few trip participants onboard only. If you are fun of big companies then you can take a 3 hours catamaran boat trip. If you are limited with the budget, then a shorter 2 hours long catamaran whale watching boat trip is the option for you. And, finally, if you are looking for the best possible whale watching boat trip, the Ayla 4 hours long boat trip is that what you must to reserve.
15. Watching dolphins from a kayak
Taking a unique Dolphin Watching Kayak tour from Los Cristianos is another of non-standard things to do in Tenerife. You are departing in a small group of kayakers with the assistance of local kayak instructor directly to the fish farms nearby Palm Mar Wall. Dolphins are gathering there to get an easy meal and usually, this happens on the 1st part of the day. That's an amazing experience to see these gracious animals so close to you in their natural habitat.
16. Visit Auditorio de Tenerife
Projected by famous architect Santiago Calatrava Auditorio de Tenerife is the modern concert hall and home of the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra. Constructed in 2003 now it's the symbol of the Tenerife's capital - Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Counted as one of the Top-10 world-class masterpieces of modern architecture it's worthy to place among your things to do in Tenerife. You can attend one of the concerts performed in Auditorio de Tenerife or, alternatively, just walk around and have a cup of coffee or a meal in the Auditorio's cafeteria with beautiful views on the ocean, gardens and capital city.
17. Walk-in Palmetum - botanical garden of Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Located in a cozy peninsula right in the island's capital Palmetum is a beautiful oasis of nature in the city. You can spend a nice time walking and relaxing in this tropical garden taking Santa Cruz de Tenerife city tour from the South of the island.
18. Relax and swim in Lago Martianez
One of the other things to do in Tenerife is relaxing and swimming in the Lago Martianez - an almost kilometer long system of scenic pools filled up with natural seawater. You have to buy admission tickets, just 5.50 Eur per person, which includes the right to use sunbeds and all the infrastructure. Getting there you can easily spend all day there in an absolutely relaxing atmosphere. Winter months water could be a bit cold there.
19. See the Rose Stone
Maybe not a special destination to travel in order to see it, but, if you are driving down from Teide National Park through Portillo to La Orotava or Puerto de La Cruz, don't miss on your right-hand side the Rose Stone - incredible rock formation in a shape of a flower. It formed with the lava when it was flowing underground and cooled up. You can surely see the Rose Stone on the private Magic Circle tour.
20. Hike to the Paisaje Lunar - Lunar Landscape
Another amazing thing to do in Tenerife, if you like hiking, is to see the place called Paisaje Lunar or Lunar Landscape - these are very strange rock formations located within a few miles walking from Vilaflor village which's an attraction by itself because Vilaflor is the highest village in Spain situated a mile over the sea level. You can't get an organized tour to the Paisaje Lunar, but you can get to Vilaflor by rented car or by public bus and do the hike on your own - the path is clearly marked.
21. Visit local vineyards in Tenerife
Tenerife is famous for its local wines and not just a wine tasting, but also visiting local vineyards it's a really nice experience. There you can see how locals taking care of their grape plantations, keeping and using their traditional wine-producing technologies from the hundreds of years ago. Wineries are generally among the best places to visit in Tenerife because of it's long 'wine history'. You can visit local vineyards and taste Tenerife traditional wines with the Tenerife Wine tasting tour.
22. Try authentic local food is among the things to do in Tenerife everyone can do
The only thing to do to taste really local Canarian food you need to do is to find the right restaurants. It's easier on the North of the island and very hard on the South dominated by restaurants targeted to 'one-time tourist visit'. On the North, you can find 'guanchiches' - local restaurants serving you homemade food. In the South, you rather have to walk up away from the beaches and touristy places and look where are locals eating. One of the best examples of good restaurants serving you authentic local Canarian dishes is Restaurant 'El Gomero' in Las Americas and restaurant 'Brisas de Teno' in San Bernardo village on the North. Typical Canarian dishes are grilled goat cheese, rabbit meat in a garlic sauce, goat stew in a garlic sauce, papas arrugadas (salt potatoes served with typical Canarian sauces - Mojo Rojo and Mojo Verde, Barraquito coffee and surely, local house wines. You can taste the best local dishes on the private tour Around the Island.
23. Visit Aqualand
You already know about the best theme parks in Tenerife - Siam Park and Loro Parque, but what if you are very limited with the budget? The answer is - Aqualand water park and Jungle Park described bellow. Well, these parks maybe not excellent and not as good as the best ones are, but they are cheap. You cannot expect something especially good if it's cheap, but at least you can have fun along the holiday in Tenerife. The Aqualand water park is a very good choice if you are traveling with small kids because there are pools and slides for children and additionally you can attend daily dolphin shows there. Aqualand always been on the checklist of the things to do in Costa Adeje.
24. Jungle Park
Owned by the same company as Aqualand the Jungle Park advertised as an animal park. In fact, Jungle Park is a more botanical garden than a zoo. Plants are having there definitely better than animals. Jungle Park is situated quite far from the main resorts, but it offers its free bus going a few times a day from a few pick-up points in Los Cristianos, Las Americas, and Costa Adeje. If you are staying on the South and cannot afford Loro Parque or simply don't wish to drive to the other side of the island then you may place Jungle Park on the list of your things to do in Tenerife.
25. La Orotava old town
Located on the North of the island just right over Puerto de La Cruz La Orotava is a star if about the architecture - the old town of La Orotava is absolutely outstanding if you try to compare it with other historical towns in Tenerife. The main reason why it so it because in the part the richest people of the island were living here - in La Orotava. Banana plantation owners, wine magnates, traders, and ship owners were building their houses one by one. Each one wanted to show he's richer and can afford a bigger and better home with more advanced architecture. That's why walking streets of La Orotava you may have a feeling you are moved somewhere to best examples of old Italian towns, but you are still in Tenerife. Don't miss La Orotava from your planned things to do in Puerto de La Cruz spending your holiday here.
26. Punta de Teno - westernmost point of Tenerife
An interesting destination is Punta de Teno - the westernmost point of the island. There's the only one Go West private tour available if you've placed Punta de Teno on your list of things to do in Tenerife. The other option is to rent a car and drive yourself extremely curvy roads. Punta de Teno accessible by road only on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays - all other days the only road there is closed for public. From the old abandoned lighthouse, you can enjoy the unusual views on Los Gigantes cliffs and experience local microclimate - Punta de Teno triple protected from cooler North-East trade winds by Anaga Mountains, Teide, and Teno Mountains. You can also swim in a tiny lagoon from a small beach - waters there are usually warmer than everywhere else by the island.
27. Make a Picnic on the beach
If you are looking for free things to do in Tenerife this is one of those attractions Tenerife lets you for free. Do as locals do - this is a local tradition, people often prepare food and drinks and going to the ocean shore for a picnic. Surely, you are not going to the public sand beach, but somewhere where are rocks and stones. Locals also usually charcoal with them and make grilled meat and fish on flat stones heated by charcoal. You can choose a less windy day and make together with the beautiful sunset watching.
28. Walk to Punta Salema - southernmost point of Tenerife
Here's one more of completely free things to do in Tenerife if you are up to trekking. Localize on the map Punta Salema - this is the southernmost point of the island accessible by quite a long walk only. Firstly you have to get to Las Galletas and walk to the Red Cross office placed at the end of the beach on the other side of the marina. From here walk away from Las Galletas along the sea. The scenery is beautiful with a lot of cactuses and endemic plants that can survive this dry climate. Once you've reached the banana plantation you are almost home. Enjoy the walk, amazing views and by Punta Salema, there are a few tidal pools where you can relax in its warm waters heated by the sun along the day.
29. Take a jet ski tour
It's not the cheapest of the things to do in Tenerife, but it definitely worth every cent you spend for a Jet Ski tour in Tenerife. There are a few options, but the best one is the 2 hours long safari Jet Ski ride in open ocean is absolutely different from the one you can have on a lake or a river, mainly because the size of waves and you're really having fun beside with unusual sightseeing and in some jet ski safaris also snorkeling experience.
30. Submarine Safari is one of the things to do in Tenerife for families
Are you coming on holiday here with children? In this case, the Submarine safari in Tenerife simply must be on your list of things to do in Tenerife! It's not just unusual even for adults to observe marine life from a real submarine submerged 30m underwater, but it's also an excellent educational experience for your kids to see the world from the other perspective. It's highly recommended to book your submarine dive in advance, because the submarine makes just 1-3 dives a day, depending on the season, so, please, book upfront before you fly to Tenerife to make sure you have your places reserved onboard.
31. Teide Downhill - amazing ride by bicycle, 50 km down without any pedaling
Are you searching for something special to get fun in a group, socialize with other people and do something that others even cannot imagine? That's it for you've been searching for, take the Teide Downhill bike tour in Tenerife - astonishing experience is simply guaranteed even by the idea of this uncommon ride. Picked up from your hotel and taken by minibus to the top of the island you receive your bike and effortlessly raft down to the shore in a group with guides taking care of your safety.
32. Taking a private tour is one of the best things to do in Tenerife
Instead of packing into a tour bus for a regular cheap coach tour in a group of 50-70 people you don't know and having just 2-3 stops in standard touristy places you may consider totally different way of exploring the island - take a private tour in Tenerife. On private tours in Tenerife made exclusively for you are discovering both the island 'must-see' attractions and endless hidden gems that your local private guide can uncover. Escape the crowds and get to know real Tenerife serving yourself comfortable and fully customized the best experience.
33. Pyramids of Guimar
If you like mysterious stories good idea will be to visit the ancient Pyramids of Guimar situated in the Guimar town as the name tells. Nobody knows who and when built these six pyramids on the island. Norwegian explorer Tor Heyerdahl was investigating these pyramids for years and he was supposing there was a connection between ancient civilizations of Egypt and Maya in South America, and the Tenerife with Pyramids of Guimar was a stopping point when ancient sailors were traveling between South America and Africa. This theory was never proved and pyramids still remain a mysterious and uncovered puzzle.
34. The botanical garden of Puerto de la Cruz
Get a total to relax and find peace of your mind walking in this stunning tropical garden hosting plants not just from the Canary Islands, but also from many other tropical and sub-tropical countries in the world. Here you will find a lot of endemic species from the wildest areas of our planet hard to see in nature nowadays. The Botanical garden of Puerto de la Cruz is one of the things to do in Tenerife you may serve yourself completely free-of-charge.
35. Take a tour to La Gomera island
Why not see the other of the Canary Islands in a day tour? This is possible visiting the closest neighboring La Gomera island. You can take ferry by yourself from Los Cristianos, but ferry tickets are quite expensive and it's better simply book a day trip to La Gomera that already including the ferry. There you have 2 inexpensive options with a regular sightseeing bus tour to La Gomera and La Gomera hiking tour or more expensive exclusive private tour to La Gomera. This is the island was Columbus started his trips to America and all central part of the island is the Garajonaj National Park and home for the endemic rain forest. Undoubtedly you have to consider visiting La Gomera staying and planning your things to do in Tenerife for more than 10 days.
36. Visit Candelaria town
This small town is easily accessible from the main TF-1 highway playing an important role in the religious life of the island. Counted as a holy place this is the destination for tens of thousands of pilgrims from South and Central America. It because Christian missions that brought Christianity to many countries of South and Central America were starting from Candelaria which was just a small fishing village in the past. Here on the main square, you will also find majestic statues of Guanches - native people of the island. Candelaria could be easily placed on your checklist of things to do in Tenerife just by the way traveling from the South to the capital or vice versa.
37. Take a Tenerife jeep safari
There are different kinds of jeep tours available among the things to do in Tenerife. If you imagine you are going to drive in the wilderness, please, remember - almost any Tenerife jeep safari is on-road jeep sightseeing trip except the only one 4x4 off-road Jeep tour in Tenerife. This is the only jeep safari where you are driving by yourself and a good part really off the road. It's worth to book if you are an adventurer and like a special way of exploring the island.
38. Take Enduro motorbike off-road tour
The other option, if you are up to off-road driving is to book the Tenerife Off-Road Enduro Motorbike tour. On this tour, you are going in a mini-group and driving completely off-road by a special enduro off-road motorcycle with a local guide. Do do this thing in Tenerife you are required to be able to drive motorcycles and have some experience in that.
39. Paragliding - one of the things to do in Tenerife for adrenaline lovers
If you are brave enough it's inevitable to consider a paragliding flight in Tenerife to jump from the high mount and fly 40-50 minutes over the island. Despite scary looking for most of the people, it's an extremely safe and enjoyable thing to do in Tenerife because you are flying with extremely experienced paragliding instructors. Winds from the sea heating mountainous coast and creating air streams going up from the shore. That makes ideal conditions for paragliding in Tenerife most of the days.
40. Do Parasailing and fly over in the ocean
A thing to do in Tenerife for every age with a bit of adrenaline and a lot of joy. Parasailing, also called a parascending, is flying on a special parachute pulled by a boat. Whole the activity takes you an hour with a boat in the sea and you are spending approximately 10 minutes in the air even up to 110m over the ocean. Parasailing in Tenerife is a really safe and fun thing to do.
41. Take helicopter tour
Are you fun of luxury unusual things to do or maybe want to impress your partner with a special surprise? In such a situation it's quite obvious you are getting that a thing booking a helicopter tour in Tenerife - there are a few helicopter trip options are available and this one of the ideal things to do in Tenerife, if you need it for a special occasion.
42. FlyBoard in Tenerife
FlyBoard is an extremely fun activity, but you must be sure you are in very good physical shape to do this thing. Basically, with FlyBoard you are taken to the sea and wearing a special FlyBoard equipment connected and powered with a jet ski engine you can convert into a dolphin flying over the waves and diving to the sea. There's a lot of fun with FlyBoard, but again, make sure you are in good shape, so you will really enjoy having FlyBoard in Tenerife.
43. Charter a sailing yacht
One of the nicest relaxing experiences among the things to do in Tenerife is to charter a yacht privately for your family or group of friends. Even it's not a cheap thing to do, but if you are getting really relaxing time in the sea watching whales, snorkeling or simply chilling out on board of a sailing yacht that's entirely for your disposition. There are many various yachts to charter privately and the best possible options are a private charter of Ayla sailing yacht or Big Smile Luxury yacht charter. Arriro-Kosamui private yacht charter is an option as well, maybe it's not a luxury boat, but this is one of the cheapest possible Tenerife yacht charters.
44. Go fishing in Tenerife
The Atlantic Ocean is full of big surprises, if about fishing in Tenerife. Generally, you have two different options - the first one is to take a shared fishing trip in Tenerife, so you are fishing with up to six other people from a fully equipped fishing boat. The second option is to charter fishing boat privately for yourself only. In this case, you are the person that decides what species you looking for and there are many of them - wahoo, blue and white marlin, shark, mahi-mahi, stingray, barracuda and lot of other species.
45. Ride Big Red Jet Boat
The other funny thing to do on the island is to serve yourself absolutely crazy ride with a Big Red Jet Boat - actually the most powerful boat in Tenerife. The ride takes just 20 minutes and it's rather inexpensive, but the experience you are getting is absolutely breath-stopping. This demon of power goes straight, then suddenly turns, spurts again and then almost immediately stops half diving underwater, then flying off the top of waves... Just crazy... And totally safe. If you love fun, believe, Big Red jet boat is better than any roller coaster.
Updated: from 2019 this activity is not available in Tenerife as the boat was sold to mainland Spain.
46. Snorkeling - snorkel at the best snorkeling spots by Tenerife
No matter are you coming to Tenerife summer or wintertime, you can enjoy snorkeling at the sights with the richest marine life. Atlantic is not the Red Sea in Egypt, but first of all sea life here is different. You can snorkel by yourself by the beach, but there'll be hard to see something and therefore the best idea is to place Tenerife snorkeling tour on your list of things to in Tenerife - you are taken by speed boat to the best spots like Palm Mar Wall or La Caleta.
47. Take a try dive and learn diving
If you are passionate about underwater world maybe it's time to start your diving experience in Tenerife. Here you can take a Try Dive - diving tour for beginners which include your first lesson and your first real dive safely assisted by a diving instructor. Scuba divers also can consider Tenerife as one of the nice diving destinations.
48. Hunt for the treasure of Black Pearl
Coming to the island with children and looking for things to do in Tenerife with kids you can put Canary Escape Adventure game on the list of things to do in Tenerife with kids. With this adventure game, you are searching for the treasure of the Black Pearl ship which was hidden by its captain Barbarossa on a remote mysterious island a few centuries ago.
49. Attend Medieval Show
Another one of things to do in Tenerife with kids is the famous Medieval Night Show in the Castle of San Miguel located in Aldea Blanca village. Along with the medieval tournaments and shows, you are also served with food and drinks in medieval style. It could be a joyful evening for all your family, both adults, and children.
50. Visit La Laguna
San Cristobal de La Laguna was the second capital of the island after Garachico was smashed by lava flows and actually beside La Orotava town historical center of La Laguna now is no the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The La Laguna surely is one of those interesting places to visit in Tenerife. Despite the name suggesting location by the sea La Laguna is situated on a quite high altitude and it's one of the places in Tenerife with cooler weather. Consider spending an hour or two walking colorful streets of its old town.
51. Swim in the natural tidal pools
One of the less known Tenerife tourist attractions. At the same time a nice alternative for the beaches. Worthy to place on your list of things to do on the island - swimming and chilling out at natural tidal pools. Even here are a lot of beaches, but generally, the coastline is quite rocky and often formed by lava that was flowing down right to the sea. This way nature created a lot of tidal pools and the most famous tidal pools of Tenerife are situated in Garachico, Bajamar, and Punta de Hidalgo. You can get by TITSA public buses to all these places. During the low tide, it's nice to swim in tidal pools because its water warmed by the sun and it's much warmer than in the open ocean or by a beach.
52. Enjoy black sand beaches in Tenerife
Other things to do in Tenerife that's absolutely free are its volcanic black sand beaches. You can find these beaches everywhere around the island and most famous of them are the beach in Candelaria, black sand beach Playa de Arena in Puerto de Santiago and remote beach Playa del Burro nearby San Andres town.
53. Nightlife of Tenerife
There are 3 main areas of nightlife concentrated mainly in Las Americas, but also in Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje. If you are fun of nightlife and planning it among your things to do in Tenerife South you can consider going to the are called Las Veronicas in Las Americas. Famous night club Papagayo is worth to consider planning your things to do in Playa de Las Americas. Another such a place located in Los Cristianos in the shopping center San Telmo right by the beach. If you stay in Costa Adeje there's Achaman club and disco. At most of these places nightlife just starts at midnight and goes on till the morning.
54. Visit Masca village
In the past, there were a lot of pirates around the island attacking not just ships and traders, but also villages and towns located by the coast. Finally, Spain decided to make a big action sending military troops to simply eliminate pirates. That was a successful mission, unfortunately for pirates. Trying to survive and hiding from soldiers some of them found an unaccessible place and build there their small houses - this is called Masca village and it's one of the most popular things to do in Tenerife now. People coming with a visit there for Masca hiking and to enjoy amazing views.
UPDATE for the 2022: Masca always have been on the top Tenerife attractions. Unfortunately, socialists won the last elections in the municipality. We can tell now, it was the end of Masca prosperity and the end of the famous Masca trail. During COVID 19 the path was concessed for a less known company, they charging 10.00 Eur per adult, they push you to wear masks and even helmets. They have closed pier by Masca Bay, so now you must hike all the way up as well. Even more, they have build fences and steps, so the Masca trail is never more natural and is a kind of destroyed. Will be nice if one day it will be back and stay again among one of the important Tenerife activities.
55. Drive on the Ridge of the island
There's an amazing private tour Tenerife in the Sky you can take to have one of the most exciting days of your vacations in Tenerife. Landscapes, climate zones, and amazing views are changing like in a kaleidoscope. You feel yourself like in a movie crossing deserted areas, forests, volcanoes and most of the time you are above the clouds having a feeling you are flying over the island. If you cannot afford a private tour, you may rent a car in Tenerife, start from Los Cristianos and just drive roads TF-565 and the TF-21, then TF-24 and TF-12 to San Andres to finally return back by TF-1. This way you will get a similar experience, even you may miss hidden gems on the way.
56. Take a Quad tour
One of the ideas you may like is quad biking in Tenerife. That's a different way to have sightseeing and fun at the same time. The a few popular quad tours in Tenerife and among these things to do in Tenerife the best tours are Teide Quad tour for those who'd like to drive by quad to the most important natural attraction of the island and Forest Explorer quad tour for those who prefer having fun driving along the unpaved roads a good part of your quad trip in Tenerife.
57. Take a Tuk-Tuk tour
This an option for older people that don't want to move too far from the resorts area and cannot walk too much. You are sitting in a funny open space electric vehicle called Tuk-Tuk with your guide and driver which takes you around. Really nice Costa Adeje and countryside Tuk-Tuk tour recommended for older people or just for a fun short sightseeing.
58. Visit local Markets
Local markets usually are an even that took place once a week and it could be interesting to spend some time looking at what locals sell and buy and as a well good option if you are looking for some traditional crafts and original souvenirs made by locals. If visiting local markets in Tenerife is among your things to do in Tenerife, here's shortlist of the most popular markets of the island:
- Costa Adeje market – Open on Thursdays & Saturdays; 9 am - 2 pm.
- Los Cristianos Market – Open on Sundays; 9 am - 2 pm.
- Golf del Sur market – Open on Fridays; 9 am - 2 pm.
- Los Abrigo's night market – Open on Tuesday evenings; 5-9 pm.
- Guaza market – Open on Sundays; 9 am - 2 pm.
- Happy Days Car Boot market in Costa del Silencio – Open on first Sunday of the month; 9 am-2 pm.
- African market in Santa Cruz – Open on daily; 9 am - 2 pm.
59. Take Surfing lessons
We can say not football, but surfing is the national sport of Canary Islands - there's hard to find a Canarian that never tries surfing. If you are also up to surfing, you can attend surfing classes in Los Cristianos and El Medano. After finishing the basic course you can improve your surfing abilities by renting a surfboard and going to the best-surfing destinations like El Medano or beaches of the North where big waves are almost always guaranteed.
60. Take Horse Riding trip
Hard to find a better way to get in direct touch with nature - take a horse riding adventure trip in Tenerife. You are riding a horse in a small group across untouched by mass tourism areas. If you don't know how to ride a horse and how to behave with these beautiful animals, the option is also to take a horse riding classes in Tenerife, so you come back from vacation with new skills and knowledge.
61. Ride Camels from the Camel Park
Even camels are not native in the Canary Islands, but in the past, some farmers were using them for transportation on the South of Tenerife where deserted areas create perfect natural conditions for camels. You may spend a perfect family day booking a Camel safari from Camel Park, a cozy place between Chayofa and La Camella villages.
62. Take a Shore Tour from your cruise ship to discover Tenerife
Cruise ships docks in Santa Cruz de Tenerife - it's quite a modern city and you ought to take a real Tenerife private shore excursion to discover all the beauty of the island. Surely, if your cruise ship operator offers coach tours you can take it as well, but that's a kind of mass tour that takes you only to one or two the most touristy spots like Teide National Park or sometimes to the West coast. These are nice places, but it just a small part of the island. Supposing you are really interested in the island a private shore tour simply must be on your list of things to do in Tenerife.
63. Walk along the Promenade
Staying in Los Cristianos, Las Americas or in Costa Adeje and La Caleta you must know there a nice thing do to for free - simply walk along the Promenade. The Promenade starts from the beach of Los Cristianos and leads you for a few miles to La Caleta all the way by the ocean. By the way, you pass hundreds of restaurants, shops, luxury hotels, cafeterias, pubs, bars, etc. You may stop somewhere and chill out observing a beautiful sunset with a nice drink or glass of wine.
64. Visit Adeje village
As you may be noted most of the historical towns of Tenerife are situated on the North and North-West of the island. The South is quite modern without any historical heritage in its architecture. It because in the past people were living where water is and on the South rains just a few times a year. But there's the less known and really nice place you can put on the list of things to do in Tenerife - Adeje village. Don't confuse it with Costa Adeje even two towns are quite close. There in Adeje, you will find older streets with good examples of the typical architecture of the Canary Islands. And, even it sounds strange, but it is also worthy to visit the cemetery of Adeje.
65. Get to the Punta del Hidalgo
Punta del Hidalgo is quite remote and also quite a strange place with an unusual majestic lighthouse and tidal pools. If you wish to see how hotels and tourist industry of Tenerife were looking some 30 years ago, you are welcome to Punta de Hidalgo. Some hotels even seam to be abandoned. There you also will find natural and man-made tidal pools and a few restaurants to taste seafood and local specialties. Generally, a visit to Punta de Hidalgo seems to be like a journey back in time.
66. Visit Taganana and Benijo
These places are absolutely amazing and must be noted on your list of things to do in Tenerife, because of the surrounding natural beauty and power. It hard to describe, but located on the other side of the Anaga peninsula these two villages represent a traditional style of life before the island infrastructure was developed. Even now some houses have to roads nearby and they use cable cars to move staff in baskets from the road on the ridge down to the house.
67. Watch wild Goats in remote parts of Anaga
One of the interesting experiences is to watch the biggest wild animals on the island - wild goats. You can observe wild goats very close to you in the most remote areas of the Anaga peninsula. There are two ways to get there - with a local guide taking Anaga Adventure private hiking tour or getting by yourself to Chamorga village and hiking to Faro de Anaga lighthouse and back. The hike is quite hard, but it pays you with incredible views and a lot of wild goats you can meet on the way.
68. Visit Banana plantation
That's interesting because bananas are the main agricultural export product of the island and you can find big banana plantations everywhere on the island. Some banana plantation owners may allow you to walk inside between banana trees. If not, you can always put Tapas light hiking tour into your plan of things to do in Tenerife and with this tour, you will visit one of the banana plantations.
69. Visit Minas de San Jose in the Teide National Park
Minas de San Jose is a kind of volcanic desert located on the Northern side of Teide National Park. It offers extremely unusual views of typical landscapes of the Moon, Mars, and Venus, do walking there you can feel like you are moved somewhere to another planet - no doubt one of the things to do in Tenerife.
70. Play Sapo
Maybe you even don't know how strongly Tenerife connected with South America and especially with countries like Venezuela and Colombia. There are a hundred thousand island's residents with South-American roots. It because of strong Tenerife and South America connections across the hundreds of years. A fun thing to do is to go to a Colombian restaurant in Tenerife and play a game called Sapo (frog in English) along with a super-tasty lunch or dinner.
71. Get Fun boat Rides by the beaches of Tenerife South
On the beaches of Tenerife South you can not just swim, take tan and chill out, but you can also have a lot of fun booking fun boat rides that take short time and starts right from the beach. Crazy UFO fun boat ride, Banana boat ride or FlyFish fun boat ride are cheapest water activities you can plan among your things to do in Tenerife South.
72. Play mini-Golf
The perfect fun and inexpensive activity - thing to do for families and people of all ages. You can play mini-golf in the main resorts area of Tenerife South and can choose one three mini-golf courses - Mini-Golf Vivo in Las Americas, Mini-Golf in Parque Santiago V or in Oasis Mini-Golf in Los Cristianos.
73. Take a Coach Sightseeing tour to see the main attractions of Tenerife
Bus sightseeing tours in Tenerife is the cheapest way to see the most important natural and historical attractions of the island. There are many coach tours available, but the most recommended option is to take two the most important bus tours - Teide & West Coast bus tour and another day Anaga & Two Capitals coach sightseeing tour. Planning these two trips in your list of things to do in Tenerife you will cover two so different parts of the island and will see all the most important attractions.
74. Participate in local Festivals
Usually, winter time every town, municipality and even every village are organizing their own festivals - fiestas. In these events, a lot of locals traditionally participate. That's almost impossible to list all of them, because in Tenerife along the year over 500 local festivals are organized. Participate in the fiesta is a perfect way to socialize with local life getting a new experience of the new culture.
75. Visit the Museum of Science and Cosmos
Located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife the Museum of Science and Cosmos is not just a nice museum, but also a great place to spend your time with children in a very interesting and educational manner. This museum offers a lot of interactive experiments. Children are free to move and play - that'll be a very memorable time for your kids.
76. Drive Go Kart in Tenerife Karting Club
For those who love driving fast and feel as a Formula-1 driver is a perfect option among the things to do in Tenerife - spend some time racing Go Karts in Tenerife Karting Club. There are a few different Go Kart options available to book for any age including a double go-kart for a parent with children and super-powerful RT-8 bolides for experienced drivers.
77. Play Golf in Tenerife
Tenerife is one of the main golf destinations in Europe and the island has a lot of perfectly maintained golf courses and golf resorts. Main golf courses are situated in Golf del Sur, Costa Adeje, Abama, Buenavista del Norte, but there are many more golf courses on the island. In fact, you can play golf on a different golf course every single day of your holiday in Tenerife.
78. Watch a romantic Sunset
One of the free things to do in Tenerife is to watch a beautiful sunset from one of the special points where sunsets are absolutely spectacular. There are a few such a 'sunset points' like Mirador de Chirche, some places around Teide Observatory or Teno Mountains. At the same time, you can also observe a colorful sunset from the beaches of the South or taking a sunset boat trip in Tenerife.
79. Amazing Stargazing by Teide
Do you know that skies over Teide National Park are one of the three places in the world with clearest skies? That meant going to the Teide National Park days with no Moon or young Moon you are able to observe really magical starry skies - there's so amazing view that it hard to explain and you must put Tenerife Stargazing Trip to the list of things to do in Tenerife and see it by yourself.
80. Teide Observatory
Teide Observatory is the main observatory in the world specializing in the investigation of Sun activity. Perfectly situated on the top of Mt. Inzana this is the place for scientists from whole the world coming here to investigate the Sun with its powerful telescopes and the most modern astrophysical equipment. If you wish to see closer the Teide Observatory installations you have to book a Teide Observatory tour in advance and come there by yourself.
81. Casa de Los Balcones
Casa de Los Balcones is located in La Orotava old town and it's a kind of museum and center of local traditional arts, so you also can get there very unique and original hand made souvenirs. The Casa de Los Balcones by itself representing a house of a rich Canarian family from the XVI century. You have to pay the entrance fee, but it just 4-5 Euros helping them to keep the Casa de Los Balcones in perfect original conditions.
82. Take a Boat Party
Among a little crazy things to do in South Tenerife for young adults is to take a boat party - a regular event taking place only during the summer. Hundreds of young people are packing to a big boat to have 3 hours long boat dance and drinking party in the middle of the ocean. Especially if you are young and traveling solo, that's the thing to do for you, having many opportunities to make friends with other travelers like you.
83. Go on Buggy tour in Tenerife
Buggy tours in Tenerife are a good and more comfortable alternative for quad biking in Tenerife. There are a few buggy tour options and the most popular of them is Teide half-day buggy trip, but you may also book a shorter Teide Express buggy tour or Coastal buggy trip.
84. Attend Carmen Mota Flamenco Show
An amazing combination of traditional dance, musical, show and theatre - one of the things to do in Tenerife. The most famous Flamenco Show in Spain organized by Carmen Mota in Tenerife and you can attend this flamenco show that takes place a few days a week and the Piramides de Arona concert hall nearby Hard Rock Cafe in Las Americas.
85. Learn and paddle SUP
SUP or Stand up and Paddle is a kind of surfing you can do with a bigger SUP surfboard standing up and paddling. You must be in a good fit to do this water activity, but after a short course, you can take even short trips paddling your SUP along the coast. It's a nice idea for those who like spending time actively and learning new things.
86. Go Shopping
Ladies usually love shopping, even o a holiday and there are two main shopping destinations in Tenerife. The main one is Santa Cruz de Tenerife with its El Corte Ingles and Meridiano shopping malls - here you will find a lot of brands at a good price. The other shopping destination is the so-called Golden Mile in Las Americas with its street shops and boutiques.
87. Forestal Park
Located nearby Teide National Park from the Northern side the Forestal Park offers a number of rope ladders, rope obstacles between the trees, a fun of leap off Tarzan Swings and you can use extremely long zip lines to fly in the forest. There are many different things to do for families and you can spend a pleasant time in Forestal park, especially during the hottest days, because the air here always cooler.
88. Butterfly House
Do you love colorful butterflies? In the Butterfly House situated in Icod de Los Vinos, you will find more than 800 species of tropical butterflies from whole the world. The butterfly collections are constantly growing and the place is taking care and reproducing some really unique species. Some of the butterflies are really impressive because it sizes and colors. Worthy to visit with kids.
89. Museum of Guanches
Among the other things to see in Tenerife, if you are already in Icod de Los Vinos, is to attend the Museum of Guanches - Museo de Guanche. Guanches were native people of Tenerife before Spain took control over the islands. They were living in caves, had own Gods and had island divided into 13 countries. That impressive - having almost black skin Guanches had blue eyes and blond hair. There are many things scientists still cannot understand about Guanches - the Museum of Guanches is the perfect place to get in touch with the ancient history of the island.
90. Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival
Second in the world right after the Carnival of Rio de Janeiro the Santa Cruz Carnival is a yearly event taking place each February and gathering sometimes over a million visitors participating in this festival of dance, shows, and colors. At the time of Carnival, the capital of Tenerife converts in a total enormous 2 week-long party. Hundreds of thousands of visitors are coming from whole the world to participate in Santa Cruz Carnival.
91. Visit Military Museum in Santa Cruz
Military Museum in Santa Cruz is quite an interesting place to visit in Tenerife. It occupies a big area with expositions in a few buildings discovering the military history of Tenerife and Canary Island. What's important the admission is free-of-charge and is also a nice place to spend time on a hot summer day.
92. Visit Tenerife Space of Arts
Once you are in Santa Cruz de Tenerife we can recommend you place visiting The Space of Arts on your list of things to do in Tenerife - you can see here regular art and photography expositions, a very good library and by the way, you may also visit Museum of Nature and Man located right beside.
93. Visit Mesa Mota
One of the hidden gems of the island - the Mesa Mota is a kind of abandoned park and it's a place that hosts the International Tenerife Memorial, constructed in memory of the 583 victims of the biggest and deadliest air crash in the history of aviation that happened in March 1977 after two jumbo jets of Pan American and KLM crashed. It also surrounded by a park with places for picnic and you can see spectacular panoramic views toward Mt. Teide from here.
94. Monkey Park
Monkey Park is a small and cozy zoo situated between Los Cristianos and Guaza and accessible by car, or by taxi only. The park is home for many species of monkeys and lemurs from Madagascar. A good idea to visit this place with children - they even can touch and play with lemurs and surely will remember it for a long time. The only animal park nearby and you may place it on the list of things to do in Los Cristianos, especially if you come with children.
95. Swimming with Dolphins - one of the controversial things to do Tenerife
We believe it's not a good idea, but some island visitors don't mind and desperately search for this activity. Some of them trying to find that in Loro Parque, but unsuccessfully - Loro Parque really taking care of their animal's health and wouldn't allow that. The trick is simple here - go to Aqualand water park in Costa Adeje, enjoy it and by the way go to their office below the dolphinarium and agree with a special visit to swim with dolphins. No way to book it online or by phone - only in person.
96. Get Canarian rolled Cigars
Maybe you don't know, but the technology of rolling cigars born in the Canary Islands and not in Cuba. When people from Tenerife were migrating to South and Central America they brought the tradition and technology there founding first tobacco plantations in Cuba and started rolled cigars production there. In Charachico in a place called Tabacos Arturo right opposite lava pools, you can see how traditional cigars are manufactured and buy some for yourself or as a very original gift for your friends.
97. Relax in Agua Club Thermal SPA
Thinking of things to do in Tenerife many visitors attending SPA in the hotels. That's good, but maybe too expensive and not good enough, because hotels have their small SPA overpriced and very small. A good idea is to book a nice circuit in the biggest and best Agua Club Thermal SPA on the island. It's fairly priced and here you will find an absolute relax refreshing your mind and body.
98. Hike in Barranco del Infierno
Barranco del Infierno is a beautiful canyon dominated by lush flora, small waterfalls and situated right by Costa Adeje - a paradise for hikers. Surely, your checklist of the Costa Adeje things to do would not be complete without this natural attraction. The entrance to Barranco del Infierno is guarded because there are admission fees and the limited number of hikers per day allowed to enter. Therefore, be sure, you have reserved your visit in advance.
99. See Los Gigantes cliffs
The Giants or Los Gigantes cliffs are located right by Los Gigantes town and they are the highest cliffs around the Atlantic Ocean. Created with a mega landslide some 160 000 years ago when Mt. Teide formed these majestic walls rising up to 600 meters vertically from the ocean to the skies - unforgettable view!
100. Visit the best beaches in the South
The last and at the same time the most simple and obvious on the Top-100 things to do in Tenerife is to visit the best beaches of Tenerife South like Playa el Duque, Playa de Las Vistas, Playa de Las Americas and Playa de Los Cristianos. All the beaches in Tenerife are accessible for public free-of-charge, but you may rent sun-beds and umbrellas. All the beaches of Tenerife South are gold-sand beaches, very well maintained with developed infrastructure alike showers and hundreds of restaurants, bars, and cafeterias along the coast.
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