Where to go at night in Tenerife

Tenerife manages to attract a diverse range of visitors, including families, couples young and old, solo travellers and thrill-seeking friends. The reason why so many different kinds of people make a beeline for the largest of the Canary Islands is that it has a great deal to offer, not least during the evenings. Before you decide on your night-time plans, don't forget to book your Tenerife airport transfers as we can get you to your resort both quickly and at a budget-friendly price.

Let's turn our minds towards Tenerife's many nocturnal diversions. If you like the idea of savouring the moonlight and some peace and quiet, a resort such as Playa Paraíso is a good destination choice. If you'd enjoy watching the dying light fading in a tranquil haven that is unspoiled by tourism, then head to picturesque Garachico. Or, if you long for a lively evening at a top night club, this island will provide plenty of opportunities for you to make merry.

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Twilight Teide

Parque Nacional del Teide deserves to be visited at any time of day but if you do choose to go at night, you won't be disappointed. This active volcano (don't worry, the last eruption was over a century ago!) makes for a most memorable spot to admire a glorious sunset. You can then cast your eyes upwards to gaze at the night sky and an array of glittering stars.

A taste of Tenerife

If you're holidaying with family or friends – or a combination of both, you'll no doubt wish to try some delicious food. In which case, you might like to spend an evening at Tasca Tierras del Sur in Granadilla de Abona because this highly rated restaurant that specialises in mouth-watering Mediterranean fare. If you're hankering after some satisfying gastropub grub, why not try Sal Fina in Los Cristianos? For an authentic Spanish menu, head to Costa Adeje, to Restaurant Sebastian, where you can sample anything from traditional tapas to freshly caught and cooked fish.

Neon nights

Tenerife has approximately 20 nightclubs, the majority of which are located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife and in the area between Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos. Some of the island's highest-rated nightspots include Kaluna Beach Club, TIBU, Papagayo Beach Club and Crystals Palace. If house music isn't really your thing, SAX Rock Bar in Arona frequently hosts live bands.

Day or night, Tenerife never really stops. To take full advantage of this choice destination and have plenty of your holiday budget left over for going out, book your airport transfers with Holiday Extras. We offer a great range of transfer options and fantastic deals – it really is the best way to begin every Canary Island vacation.