Teresitas Beach is perfect for those looking for a bit of respite away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s one of the few beaches in Tenerife to have yellow sand.
Close to Santa Cruz this beach is easily accessible where you'll find palm trees, bright sand (transported from the sahara) music, mojitos, calm water...
The most emblematic beach in Santa Cruz. Its golden sand (brought from the Sahara), calm water and palm trees make it a very popular spot among residents and an ideal option for a family day.
“You can't come to Tenerife and not to go to n#1 water park in Europe. Plus with my advices you can get there the right time and the right day to avoid annoying queues.”
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“good shopping mall with a lot of variety, shop clothes are on the main floor, the upper floor has a lot of different restaurants, there's also a big supermarket at the lower floor and a cinema, video and a big area for playing video game machines, football table or billiards. (Av. Manuel Hermoso Rojas 16 / Mon-Sat 9:00-22:00h)”
“Dubbed the ‘Sydney of the Atlantic’, The Auditorio de Tenerife has become the island’s architectural icon, and is the most photographed view in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The brainchild of architect Santiago Calatrava Valls, the ambitious structure features a huge wave-like arch that appears to defy gravity. It becomes particularly impressive at night when it is lit with bright white light. Home to the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra, it also has ballets, dance shows, musical, operas, comedy and gospel concerts. You can grab tickets for as little as €5.”
“Beautiful and relaxing walks in the shade of various types of plants. Also one of the world’s greatest bird sanctuaries.”
“Located in the old Civil Hospital of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, it is an unusual project that brings together under the same name the Museum of Natural Sciences of Tenerife, the Archaeological Museum of Tenerife and the Canary Institute of Bioanthropology - created in 1993 to investigate fields such as human paleobiology and paleopathology, forensic anthropology and genetics.”