Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? We’ve compiled a selection for you.

    • Playa del Médano

      Longest beach
      Tenerife has many wonderful beaches. There are those on the southern coast and those on the northern coast. The beaches are mostly of dark lava sand, but some of them also have light sand. Playa del Médano is especially popular with water sports enthusiasts. It is the longest natural sandy beach on the island, and belongs to the municipality of Granadilla de Abona. Wind surfers in particular will find there is plenty here to keep them happy. And those who would just like to relax can admire the fabulous contrast between the red cliffs and the crystal clear water.
      38612 El Medano
    • Santa Cruz de Tenerife

      Santa Cruz de Tenerife is both the capital of the island and the administrative centre of the western Canary Islands. The parliament is permanently based in Santa Cruz. Situated on the Atlantic, it is also an important harbour town in the Canary Islands. The main industries are fish and textiles, but there are also a number of crude oil refineries. And as well as the historic buildings and churches, there is also the famousAuditorium of Tenerife.Central points are the Plaza de España near the harbour and theCalle de Castilloshopping street.
      38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife

    • Loro Parque

      Largest parrot collection
      This is a place to make the children’s eyes shine! And maybe not just the children’s. The park measure 135,000 square metres, and has the world’s largest collection of parrots with over 300 species. However, the animals are here to be protected, which is why visitors can only catch a glimpse of them at feeding time. But there are also plenty of other animals, such as gorillas, sea lions and dolphins, so those eyes keep on shining. And there’s also a large children’s play area, and a number of shows are held.
      Avenida Loro Parque, s/n
      38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife
      +34 922 37 38 41
    • Teide Nationalpark

      Must-see and landmark
      The Teide National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the most popular destinations on Tenerife. The name comes from the word «echeide», which means cave, and is a reference to the volcanic origins and character of Tenerife. There are breathtaking views of the island from the park. The park measures 19,000 hectares, and was made a national park in 1954. The highest mountain within the park is the Pico del Teide at 3718 metres, which is also the island’s landmark. The contrasting play with the colours of the landscape in the park is also wonderful and fascinating.
    • San Cristóbal de La Laguna

      UNESCO World Heritage Site
      La Laguna lies to the north of the island, and is well worth a visit. The university city, officially called San Cristóbal de La Laguna, has its own very special charm. The historic centre with its old churches, sacred buildings and manor houses was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. La Laguna is not a coastal city, so it has no beach. It’s about 12 km to the next beach, Playa de la Teresitas.
      38201 San Cristobal de La Laguna
    • Puerto de la Cruz

      Lovely old town
      Puerto de la Cruz appeals for its lovely villas, smart blocks of flats, luxurious gardens and very lovely old town. The redeveloped harbour area is a delightful spot to visit. There are also numerous shops, street festivals, concerts, the Botanic Gardens, an animal part, and swimming pools designed by the architect César Manrique.
      38400 Puerto de la Cruz
    • Calle Castillo

      Main shopping street
      Calle Castillo is THE shopping street in the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It has all sorts of shops and boutiques. Plus point: there are lots of ways to purchase goods duty-free. Calle Castillo combines the Plaza de España with the Plaza de Weyler. Both squares have cafés, restaurants and bars where you can relax and recover from your strenuous shopping trip.
      Calle Castillo
      38320 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
    • El Corte Inglés

      All Spanish
      Tenerife also has a branch of Spain’s biggest chain of department stores. Be sure to allow enough time if you decide to head this way for some shopping, because Corte Inglés has simply everything, from make-up, perfume, fashion and shoes to household goods, electronics, toys and interior design items. Even better if, like on Tenerife, it is an outlet with discounted prices.
      Políg. Los Majuelos Av el Paso, S/N
      38296 La Laguna
      Santa Cruz de Tenerife
      +34 922 82 42 44
    • Mercado de Nuestra Señora de Africa

      Tasty treats and practicalities
      Fruit, cheese, honey, vegetables, herbs and flowers – and all sorts of useful things for the home. All this is available at the Mercado de Nuestra Señora de Africa. It’s lively, colourful and mixed, and there’s always plenty going on. And all that in an inviting and attractive ambience. The Mercado is held in a magnificent building that is decorated with Andalusian elements.
      Av. de San Sebastián, 51
      38003 Santa Cruz
      +34 922 21 47 43
    • Desigual

      Bright and loud
      Desigual, the bright, wacky, unmistakeable fashion from Spain, is also to be found on Tenerife. Colourful skirts, patterned coats, trendy trousers and all sorts of accessories. Bags, scarves, hats, purses and jewellery. Desigual offers fashion for men, women and children. And attractive discounts.
      Calle del Castillo, 47
      38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
      +34 922 27 58 13
    • Mango Outlet

      Spanish fashions at lower prices
      Most people are familiar with Mango, the Spanish fashion label. It sells clothing for women and men, and every season presents the latest trends. There’s an outlet on Tenerife where the prices are between 50 and 80 percent lower than the original prices. Definitely worth a visit.
      San Eugenio Shopping Mall at Playa Fañabe
      38660 Playa de las Américas
    • Artenerife

      The potter’s art
      The little town of La Orotava and its wonderful old town is the centre of Tenerife’s handicrafts. It’s mainly pottery. Original Tenerifian crafts are available with guarantees and the maker’s mark from the shops in the Artenerife chain. There are other shops in Santa Cruz, Puerto de la Cruz, Playa de la Américas and Los Cristianos.
      Calle Tomás Zerolo, 27
      38300 La Orotava
      +34 922 33 40 13
    • Casa del Vino (El Sauzal)

      Museum of Wine
      The Museum of Wine is in the north of the island on a traditional Canary manor farm. Visitors are given the opportunity to explore the wealth of the island’s viniculture close up. The views from the farm of the sea and the Teide volcano are simply fabulous. The museum also has a restaurant, a wine cellar with a vast offer and wine tastings, and the "House of Honey".
      Calle San Simón, 49
      38360 El Sauzal
      +34 922 57 25 35
    • Izaña Observatory

      The world of stars
      The observatory at an altitude of 2400 metres is a must for stargazers. The Canary Islands are among those regions in the world where the light conditions are largely unaffected by other influences, which means it is really worth having a look at the world of the stars. The probability of seeing something very interesting in front of the lens of one of the many telescopes in the observatory is large. Book in advance.
      La Orotava
      38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
      +34 922 329 100