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Grocery shooping

Away from the tourist areas, Tenerife has a pretty attractive cost of life.
An average grocery bill on the island is going to average out at €120 per week, but if you enjoy going along to the wonderful local markets to buy fresh fruit and vegetables, you may be able to cut this down and enjoy a different experience.

Transport System

Getting around Tenerife.
To get around the Island, there are a variety of public transport options and car hire companies that are bound to fit in with your travel plans and preferences.

By bus

Canarian people call buses “guaguas.” The bus service on Tenerife is run by the company TITSA and covers every corner of the island. They operate a modern fleet of bright green buses. You can either pay for each individual trip or buy a “bono-bus” (bus pass) for 15 or 25 euros. These passes can be used on every route, can be shared between several people and save about 50 percent on the price of a ticket.
You can buy a “bono-bus” (bus pass) in any TITSA bus station (not in the bus itself). They are also sold in many newsagents or other shops showing a TITSA sticker. If you don’t have enough credit on your bus pass for the last trip, you can pay the difference in cash but not with another pass.


By taxi

There are normally several taxi companies that operate in each district on the island. Tenerife’s taxis are white. They all have meters which will run from the beginning of a journey although it is also possible to negotiate a fix​ed price in advance for a day trip or excursion to a particular part of the island.
There are also taxis equipped to take disabled passengers (eurotaxis) that have a ramp and can take a person in their own wheel chair.
There are some larger taxis but the majority take a maximum of four passengers including children.

By tram

The tram is a transport system run by the company Metropolitano de Tenerife (MTSA) with the participation of the Cabildo Insular de Tenerife (Tenerife’s Island Government). This means of transport has been adapted with everyone in mind; there are places for bicycles and prams.
Currently the tram follows Line 1 Santa Cruz-La Laguna, with 21 stops and a journey time of approximately 40 minutes to complete it, and Line 2 from La Cuesta to Tincer.
To enjoy the many advantages of the tram, you just need to buy a ticket or travel pass at any of the ticket machines available at stops or in MTSA offices located at both terminals of the line.
Then validate the ticket in the cancelling machines inside the tram carriages.



When the sun goes down, Tenerife truly comes to life. Our excellent climate allows you to enjoy a drink at an open-air terrace bar any time of the year. Some have sea views, others are in parks, amid busy
shopping streets, at marinas…

Classical music and jazz concerts or performances by the biggest stars of the moment are just a few other options to make your stay on the Island even more memorable. The year-long schedule
of festivals and events offers every imaginable style to suit all tastes. Plus, every day you have the chance to see original live shows at the many venues and night clubs in both the north and south of the Island.

The spectacular Magma Arte & Congresos, on Costa Adeje, plays host to a wide range of cultural events (concerts, musicals, exhibitions) which we highly recommend during your stay with us.For those who were born to party, every trend and ambience is on offer at pubs and clubs open every night of the week; or dance till dawn at a disco to the sound of rock, pop, house, techno or salsa.

On Tenerife, the party is non-stop, it’s up to you to say when the night has ended. You can choose sessions by famous Spanish and international DJs at festivals and clubs all over the Island, or bars and venues where lovers of techno and chill-out will reach the very peaks of ecstasy. A more relaxed option is the moonlight beach parties offering great music and excellent company.