|Whether you want to party, experience Spanish culture, eat good food, drink fine wines, or enjoy live entertainment, you’ll get it in Tenerife.
As everywhere else in Spain, the island comes to life when the sun sets. Bars and restaurants in Tenerife titillate and entertain, and clubs stay open until the very early hours – especially in Playa de Las Americas – the busiest resort on the island, with the world-famous Veronica Strip. There are so many bars and restaurants in this area, that you are bound to find just what you are seeking.
Each of the area pages in Tenerife has a map of featured bars and restaurants in the relevant town, so you can see what is close to your accommodation. Explore the site and find out why we are referred to as the “best Tenerife website for places to eat and drink”
Playa de Las Americas
If you don’t quite fancy the 24 hour party atmosphere of Playa de Las Americas, then the lower key bars and restaurants in Los Cristianos may be more up your street. Once a fishing village, this town is a family holiday paradise with all the beach activities, shopping, good eating, and fun pubs that you could wish for.
Fañabe is located on the western coast of Tenerife, just north of Playa de Las Americas. Bars and restaurants in Fañabe are varied and plentiful… with all tastes being catered for. The resort itself is well established, and popular with visitors who return time and time again. Catering more for couples and families, entertainment is low key and less hectic than it’s neighbour Playa de Las Americas, but is certainly not lacking in enthusiasm.
Santa Cruz is the most cosmopolitan of the towns and cities… and this is never more apparent than at Carnival time. Dazzling costumes, 24 party atmosphere – and plenty of places to eat and drink.
Puerto de La Cruz
Puerto de la Cruz is more residential than the other resorts – but this is why so many visitors head there. The restaurants and bars offer everything you can think of – whilst retaining its old fishing village charm. A real shoppers’ paradise – Puerto de La Cruz is bustling… busy… and fun!
Costa del Silencio
Mainly popular with Belgian and German visitors… it still attracts plenty of British and Irish tourists – who want the weather of south Tenerife, but perhaps not the hustle and bustle of nearby Playa de Las Americas
General Tenerife Information
Beautiful beaches, breathtaking scenery, a variety of water sports, and a warm welcome awaits anyone who visits the island. Tenerife is the largest of the seven Canary Islands, and is commonly considered the most popular. Most visitors go to the South of the Island, seeking the hot dry weather that is standard there.
All age groups are catered for here – which is why it remains one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world today. For the golfing enthusiast, Tenerife has a number of excellent courses – what better way to wind down after a late night of tapas, wine and beer, and the varied entertainment on offer.
It boasts one of the most varied landscapes of all the Canary Islands… and you can lie on a sun-drenched beach in the South, whilst gazing over to snow-capped mountains behind you. Add to that, the lush green forests, and staggering beauty of the cliffs, and your camera will rarely be in its holder.
If you are looking for accommodation, then have a look at Altamira Holiday Apartments Tenerife – studios, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments on the Altamira complex in the del Duque area of Tenerife.
Tenerife has many hotels where travelers can stay however the most recommended properties are listed there http://www.booked.net/hotels/spain/tenerife-18378. Here you can find real guests’ testimonials… see photos, locations, and compare prices etc.
Tenerife also has some of the world’s best time share resorts, many of which have built-in entertainment. There are literally hundreds of suites to choose from – some examples include Diamond Resorts’ Santa Barbara Golf and Ocean Resort has an on-site discotheque and a pool with a swim-up bar, and the Regency Beach Club offers live nightly entertainment, including authentic Canarian music, karaoke and Flamenco dancing. A Tenerife time share will allow you to explore the Canary Islands while maximizing your fun.
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