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ADULTS-ONLY TRAVELING TO TENERIFE

WHAT TO SEE IN TENERIFE

Tenerife is a year-round holiday spot for tourists. This Canary island is famous for having the highest mountain in Spain and for its black lava beaches. Tenerife is not only a place to enjoy beautiful scenery, extreme sun rays and ocean waves. Tenerife is attractive for its natural resources. For example Los Gigantes is a secluded resort in the west of the island. It contains incredible, untouched nature and is famous for its giant cliff formations. A top location for an adults only vacation indeed.

ONLY ADULTS HOTELS IN TENERIFE

8.9

Melia Hacienda del Conde – Adults Only

Melia Hacienda del Conde - Adults Only is a luxury hotel located in Buenavista del Norte. Every room at this hotel is air conditioned and fitted with a furnished terrace, flat-screen TV, seating area with a sofa and a walk-in closet. The luxurious ba

Melia Hacienda del Conde – Adults Only tenerife
9.0

Iberostar Selection Sábila – Adults Only

Iberostar Selection Sábila – Adults Only tenerife
Iberostar Sábila - Adults Only is located on Fañabe Beach on Tenerife’s Costa Adeje. All rooms at the Iberostar Sábila - Adults Only come with a balcony, as well as a private bathroom. There is also satellite TV in each room. The hotel offers large gardens and free WiFi is offered throughout the property. The Iberostar Sábila - Adults Only has a buffet-style restaurant as well as a selection of bars. These include the lobby bar with terrace and a poolside bar serving snacks and drinks. You will find a gourmet market on-site offering a unique gastronomic experience enlivened with music. The hotel is just 10 minutes walk from Puerto Colón, an area full of restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
9.0

Red Level at Gran Melia Palacio de Isora – Adults Only

Red Level at Gran Melia Palacio de Isora – Adults Only tenerife
Red Level at Gran Melia Palacio de Isora - Adults Only is an oceanfront complex with a personalised butler service in all rooms. There is direct access to Alcalà Beach from the hotel. The Red Level at Gran Melia Palacio de Isora is an exclusive private area of the Gran Melia Palacio de Isora. Each spacious, elegant room at the Red Level comes with a coffee machine, an iPod dock and free WiFi. Bathrooms include a hydromassage shower and an over-sized bath tub. Each room has a private terrace with ocean or garden views. You have access to all hotel facilities, including a wide range of international restaurants, eight bars, including a beach bar, a lagoon-style infinity pool and tennis courts. The outdoor pool has Balinese beds and hydromassage loungers.
8.8

Boutique Hotel H Big Sur – Adults Only

Boutique Hotel H Big Sur – Adults Only tenerife
Boutique Hotel H10 Big Sur - Adults Only is located at the seafront in Tenerife’s Los Cristianos. Boutique Hotel H10 Big Sur - Adults Only is situated 4 minutes' walk of Los Cristianos Beach, and a 10-minute walk from the traditional fishing harbour. This adults-only hotel has wonderful views of La Gomera Island. Each room at this hotel is bright and airy. They include a fan, a private bathroom and satellite TV. Some rooms include a balcony. Boutique Hotel H10 Big Sur - Adults Only offers free WiFi throughout the property and the hotel is surrounded by tropical gardens and an outdoor pool with a sun terrace. There is a poolside bar, as well as a buffet restaurant with show cooking. Other facilities at the hotel include two chill-out terraces with views of the sea.
9.4

Royal Hideaway Corales Beach – Adults Only

Royal Hideaway Corales Beach – Adults Only tenerife
Royal Hideaway Corales Beach - Adults Only is located in Adeje in the south of Tenerife. A terrace or balcony and ocean views are featured in certain rooms. Bathrooms include high-quality finishes as well as a tub and separate shower. Royal Hideaway Corales Beach features free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel boasts exclusive facilities for adults only, such as three pools (two adults only), restaurants, bars, a wellness area and an extensive Fitness & Fun activities programme. The property offers a wide range of culinary options for adults only including Maresía Gastronomic Space, led by the prestigious Canarian chef Juan Carlos Padrón. Two more restaurants, a bar and a traditional Italian ice cream shop are also available.
9.4

Iberostar Grand El Mirador – Adults Only

Iberostar Grand El Mirador – Adults Only tenerife
Iberostar Grand El Mirador - Adults Only is located just off Duque Beach on the Costa Adeje. Decorated in a colonial style, the rooms at the Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador Adults Only are spacious and include a canopy bed. They come with a separate dressing room and a sofa bed. It offers elegant junior suites with a furnished balcony or terrace, some with views of the Atlantic. Free high speed WiFi is available throughout. A heated freshwater pool surrounds the main building. The hotel also features three restaurants. The main buffet restaurant is available for dinner and breakfast and there is also an à la carte option, La Pérgola, which features a poolside terrace. The Cenador is a gourmet restaurant open only for dinner.
9.1

Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa – Adults Only

Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa – Adults Only tenerife
Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa - Adults Only has a beautiful setting within the Las Américas golf course, in South Tenerife. The hotel features panoramic views of the golf course, Atlantic Ocean and La Gomera Island. Each elegant room comes with satellite TV, a bathrobe and a private balcony. The hotel features a full spa centre and a lovely outdoor pool. The spa centre includes a sauna, hot tub and Turkish bath. There are massage treatments and a beauty salon. Hotel Las Madrigueras Golf Resort & Spa - Adults Only offers guests green fee discounts at Golf Las Américas. A free golf buggy is included in all rooms. Free WiFi and wired internet are available in all public areas and rooms.
8.9

Hotel Rural El Navío – Adults Only

Hotel Rural El Navío – Adults Only tenerife
Hotel Rural El Navío - Adults Only is set on a banana plantation, less than 1 km from Alcalá Beach. El Navío offers traditional, country-style décor with tiled floors. The rooms are spacious and have satellite TV and a minibar. The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi, and rooms with terraces and sea views. The hotel restaurant serves a daily buffet breakfast and a selection of home-made dishes for dinner. You can relax in the lounge, or on the terrace, which offers views of the Atlantic Ocean. There are also barbecue facilities. Local activities include hiking, canoeing and fishing. Mount Teide National Park can be reached in a half hour.
8.7

Tigotan Lovers & Friends Playa de las Americas – Adults Only (+)

Tigotan Lovers & Friends Playa de las Americas – Adults Only (+) tenerife
Tigotan Lovers & Friends Playa de las Americas - Adults Only (18+) is set in the centre of Tenerife's Playa de las Américas, at a 5 minutes walk from the beach. Featuring a private balcony, the modern air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV. Tigotan Lovers & Friends Playa de las Americas offers two outdoor pools, open air spa baths, sun terraces with balinese sunbeds and sports facilities. The hotel has a rooftop leisure area including an infinity pool with spa bath, sun terrace with Balinese sunbeds, fitness and wellness area, nudist area and a bar with views. It also has a library and games room in the ground floor. Serving international cuisine, the Restaurant Areca offers show cooking and a themed buffet.
8.9

Hotel Rural San Miguel – Only Adults

Hotel Rural San Miguel – Only Adults tenerife
Hotel Rural San Miguel - Only Adults is a rustic hotel set in well kept gardensin San Miguel de Abona, a 15 minutes drive from Tenerife South Airport. The hotel is made up of two 17th-century country houses. All rooms are heated and air conditioned. They have a private bathroom with free toiletries. There is also a satellite TV and the hotel has a free Wi-Fi zone and free access to a sauna, hot tub and hot spring bath. A buffet breakfast is available and Hotel Rural San Miguel has a bar. There are restaurants nearby and you will find shops and services 10 minutes walk away in the centre of San Miguel de Abona.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TENERIFE

  • Why travel to Tenerife?
  • Tenerife is a stunning island with an array of over 40 beaches on a shoreline of almost 400 kilometers. There are a lot types of beaches on this Island, from black volcanic sand to golden sand to stone beaches. The southern part, in particular, is exceptionally renowned for its stunning beaches overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

  • What are the most important holidays & closing days in Tenerife?
  • Not just Holy Week is distinguished, but also other Spanish holidays, including National Day. A vital role in the holidays and fiestas on the island is played by customs that are also commemorated. Below is the overview of the holidays and closing days in Tenerife:

    • New Year
    • Epiphany
    • Fiesta of the Blessed
    • Virgin of Candelaria
    • Dia de San Jose
    • Big Carnival
    • Easter
    • Labour Day
    • Corpus Cristi
    • Celebration of Saint Joan
    • Ascension Day
    • Spanish National Day
  • When is the best time to travel to Tenerife?
  • The ideal time to visit the island is between June and September, even if the subtropical weather provides sunshine all through the year and the winter seasons are equally popular with guests.

  • What are the general opening and closing hours of shops/museums in Tenerife?
  • Tenerife provides a plentiful of museums and shops, from high-end designer brands to unique bargains at low-cost rates. All over the place, you will find stores geared toward visitors and holidaymakers. Also, there is a wide selection of renowned fashion stores, shopping centers, retail outlets, supermarkets, open-air markets, and so much more.

    In general, bigger stores like department stores, clothing shops, and commercial centers are open from 10 to 22 from Monday to Saturday. Supermarkets are likely to open from 9 to 20:00 six days a week and close on Sundays. On the other hand, smaller shops open from 8:00 to 13:0, close during break time, and then re-open from 16:30 to 20:30.

  • How far is the nearest airport from Tenerife?
  • The nearest airport to this island is Tenerife North Airport or TFN/GCXO. It is situated in San Cristobal de La Laguna and is only sixty-four kilometers from the airport.

  • How do I get from the airport to my hotel?
  • It is easy to get from the airport to your hotel. On the other hand, the easiest and fastest way to get to the hotel from Tenerife airport is a pre-booked airport. This is not just the simplest but also the most economical. You can also hire a taxi located near the hotel.

  • Is it easy to use public transport in Tenerife?
  • Yes, it is easy to use public transport in Tenerife; aside from that, it is also fun and cheap. A TITSA bus company operates an astoundingly comprehensive network of routes covering most of the island, including an airport bus transfer from the airport to the resort areas.

  • Is it easy to get a taxi in Tenerife?
  • Looking for a taxi in Tenerife is superbly simple and easy on this island. From the time you step out of the Tenerife airport gate, you’ll see them assembling outside the terminal; it’s likely to miss these taxis. There are taxi stands in every single resort, and they can be spotted driving around all over the place.

  • What are the main attractions in Tenerife?
    • Mount Teide National Park: This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a place to the famous Mount Teide, the highest mountain peak in Spain. You can ride in a cable car or hike to the base of the cone summit, where you will enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the whole island, La Palma and Gran Canaria. However, a permit from the authority is needed when heading to the summit for your safety.
    • Siam Park: Siam Park is located in Tenerife’s Costa Adeje, a theme-styled park. This covers forty-eight acres with a massive collection of Thailand-inspired structures. It boasts a remarkable selection of rides and slides, both adrenaline-filled and family-friendly, and is regarded to be the best water park in Europe.
    • Playa de las Teresitas: Tenerife island has more than 400 kilometers of shoreline filled with a good selection of beaches, seventeen of which have been given Blue Flag Status for cleanliness, safety, state-of-the-art amenities, and dedication to environmental standards. Playa de las Teresitas is a stunning beach located in Santa Cruz and a sheltered, man-made beach with sand imported from the Sahara Desert. The calm waters, as well as excellent amenities, make sure that it’s a trendy family spot for everyone.
  • Which museums can I visit in Tenerife?
    • Museum of Nature and Man: This museum occupies a stunning neoclassical structure in Santa Cruz. This was opened in 1958 and is the major repository for archaeological finds associated with the pre-Spanish history of the island. It houses the biggest collection of things from the Guanches people, the island’s original inhabitants, with a charming permanent exhibition of very well-preserved Guanche mummies.
    • Museum of Science and the Cosmos: Astronauts or astronomers wannabe will surely love this museum. The Museo del la Ciencia y el Cosmos, or Museum of Science and the Cosmo, has a mixture of traditional museum exhibitions with hands-on, theme park-type exhibits; this amazing attraction tends to appeal to everyone, most especially to those with an interest in how the cosmos work. There are more than seventy interactive experiments, which are not just enormous excitement but also a good way to widen your knowledge.
    • Historical Military Museum of the Canary Islands: The structure which houses this military history museum started life in the middle of the nineteenth century as an armed forces fort, which guards the coast of Santa Cruz against assault from the sea. It was converted into a museum in 1940 and a relatively amazing one, with wide grounds displaying military-associated artifacts from the first inhabitants of Guanches to modern war tools. Some highlights take account of the American World War II tank and decommissioned military helicopters, and different antique swords and guns from throughout the ages.
  • In which area in Tenerife can you find the most bars & restaurants?
  • On the south-western shoreline of the island—between the towns of Adeje and Arona—that is the largest number of clubs, pubs, bars, lounges, and on-street terraces can be found. Adeje and Arona are the preferred places of many visitors.