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Tenerife for the family

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Index Map of Tenerife

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Welcome!

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With the animals

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Fun in the water

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Adventures in the City

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An Island to explore

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How we live on Tenerife

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See you soon

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Tourist information Office and Call Centre 36


Map of Tenerife


Welcome! You may think you are on a normal holiday. However, what you might not know is that you are about to begin an adventure which will take you to endless beaches, to parks full of wild animals, to volcanoes you have never heard of…You will be able to experience fantastic rides, go whale watching and discover the most spectacular places on the island. To make everything easier for you, an explorer has already visited these places and has left clues and notes in this book. What’s more, there are some places on the island where you will find people who know each and every corner very well and every hidden treasure: the Infotén Network of Tourist Information Offices. Get ready for an adventure. Welcome to Tenerife! 5


With the animals The mystery explorer who will be showing you the best places on the island has left a clue on these pages. His message is: “You will find me among killer whales, dolphins, tigers, crocodiles… and all sorts of birds”. Has the explorer gone mad? There are no crocodiles or tigers here! And killer whales are far, far away, in the sea...! Where will the explorer take you now? We are going to give you some help. There is a place in the north of the island where you can live a different adventure every day. It is called Loro Parque, in Puerto Loro Parque de la Cruz, and yes: there are tigers and crocodiles, killer whales, dolphins and penguins, monkeys, iguanas and sloths, flamingos, cranes and hundreds of parrots. Incidentally, do not leave without seeing Katandra Treetops, which means “the song of the birds on Avda. Loro Parque, s/n, Punta Brava 922 37 38 41 www.loroparque.com Mon-Sun: 8:30 a.m-6:45 p.m

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Jungle Park

Puerto de la Cruz

Urb. Águilas del Teide, s/n Ctra. Los Cristianos - Arona, km. 3 922 72 90 10 www.aguilasjunglepark.com Mon-Sun: 10 a.m-5:30 p.m

Arona Los Cristianos

the top of the trees” in the aboriginal Australian language. But what is really incredible is that there are more places just like Loro Parque. For example, the Jungle Park in Arona, where you can watch eagles, macaws and other exotic birds in action… they fly so close, you can almost reach out and touch them! There are many more places where you can see exotic animals, and even feed them and play with them, such as Monkey Park, in Los Cristianos, where you can see chimpanzees, lemurs, capuchin monkeys... as well as snakes such as pythons and enormous wild animals including cro­codiles. It is really great fun!

Monkey Park Llano Azul, 17. Los Cristianos 922 79 07 20 www.monkeypark.com Mon-Sun: 9:30 a.m-6 p.m

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And if you feel like camel or horse riding, the mystery explorer has taken his time to make a list of the most adventurous places: Camello Center, Centro Hípico de Alcalá, Tenerife Camel Park, Casa del Camello, Centro Hípico de la Caldera del Rey and Oasis del Valle. You can find more details on the final pages. You may not have enough time to see them all, but don’t worry. Just choose your favourite place and have a great time.

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But our mystery explorer has left another clue and it is very, very strange… It only says, “Pilot whales, bottlenose dolphins, sperm whales”. Are you wondering what these strange words mean? Let us help you.


El Tanque

La Orotava

Guía de Isora Adeje Arona

Camello Center El Tanque

La Casa del Camello

Ctra. General del Norte, 4, TF-82, Km 10,200. Las Castras. El Tanque 922 13 61 91 www.camellocenter.com Mon-Sun: 10 a.m-5:30 p.m

Llano La Atalaya. Ctra. Armeñime Puertito de Armeñime. Adeje 615 35 04 59 Tue-Sun: 10 a.m-5 p.m

Centro Hípico de Alcalá

Centro Hípico La Caldera del Rey

Carretera La Gambueza, Finca El Cascadero, Alcalá. Guía de Isora 922 10 22 24 www.centrohipicodealcala.com Mon-Sun: 9 a.m-1 p.m – 5 p.m-9 p.m

Finca La Caldera del Rey San Eugenio Alto. Adeje 636 52 69 18 www.tenerifehorses.com Mon-Sun

Camel Park

Oasis del Valle

Autopista, TF-1 Salida 27 Ctra. Los Cristianos - Arona, Km. 3,5. La Camella. Arona 922 72 11 21 www.camelparktenerife.com Mon-Sat: 10 a.m-5 p.m

Trasera Cno. Torreón, 2. Autopista Norte, TF-5 Salida 33. El Ramal. La Orotava 922 33 35 09 www.oasisdelvalle.com Mon-Sun: 9 a.m-5 p.m; December - April: Closed Mondays

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They are just some of the species of whales and dolphins which live in sea surrounding the Tenerife. Did you think that all animals lived in parks and zoos? Our sea is full of life. If you would like to see them, you can go on a boat trip that will lead you to an entire pod of whales. You can also see dolphins jumping and playing near the boat! You will feel like a pirate captain, sailing around the coast and seeing striking cliffs that drop down to the sea, just like an adventure film. There are boat trips for all tastes; you only have to choose your favourite. If you look on the directory page, you will find more information.


Puerto Colรณn Adeje Bonadea II (Charter) Local, 124 922 71 45 00 www.bonadea2catamaran.com Mon-Sun: 11:15 a.m, 1:20 p.m (2h); 3:30 p.m (3h)

Eden Charter Local, 129-C Pantalรกn 4 Atraque, 186 922 71 29 93 www.edencatamaran.com Mon-Sun: 11 a.m, 4:15 p.m (2h); 1:15 p.m (3h)

Royal Delfin

Lady Shelley

Ctro. Com. Ocean Center Local, 15 922 75 00 85 www.tenerifedolphin.com

922 75 75 49 www.ladyshelley.com Mon:11 a.m, 2:30 p.m;Tue,Sat:10 a.m; Tue,Wed,Sat: 11 a.m

Mon,Wed,Thu,Sun: 2 p.m (4:30h); Tue,Fri,Sat: 9:30 a.m (4:30); Mon, Thu:10:30 a.m (2h); Wed.,Sun.: 10:30 a.m (3h)

Shogun Pantalรกn 13 922 79 80 44 www.neptunosctenerife.com Mon, Wed, Fri-Sun: 11 a.m

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Bahriyeli (Mar de Ons) 922 75 15 76 www.mardeons-tenerife.com Mon: 11 a.m

Freebird One

Jolly Roger

922 71 68 64 www.freebirdone.com Mon-Sun: 9:30 a.m, 12:45 p.m

922 75 15 76 www.mardeos-tenerife.com Wed: 1:30 p.m

Le Monte Carlo (Mar de Ons) 922 75 15 76 www.mardeons-tenerife.com Mon-Sun: 11 a.m, 1 p.m, 3 p.m

Peter Pan (Neptuno Company) 922 79 80 44 www.neptunosctenerife.com Mon-Sun:10 a.m,1:30 p.m

Puerto de Los Gigantes Santiago del Teide Flipper Uno / Marina Princess 2 Puerto de Los Gigantes. Santiago del Teide 922 86 21 20 www.flipperuno.com Mon-Sun: 11:30 a.m, 1:15 p.m, 2:30 p.m, 4 p.m

Nashira Uno Puerto de Los Gigantes. Santiago del Teide 922 86 19 18 www.maritimaacantilados.com Mon-Sun: 11 a.m, 2 p.m, 4 p.m

San Miguel Submarino Sub Fun Cinco Avda. del Atlรกntico , 6 Urb.G 922 73 66 29 www.submarinesafaris.com Mon-Sat: 10 a.m, 12 p.m, 2 p.m

Santiago del Teide Adeje Arona

San Miguel

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Fun in the water

Adeje

Imagine a world full of endless slides, exotic black or golden sand beaches‌ In Tenerife, you can find that and much more, because according to the mystery explorer, Tenerife has the largest water park in Europe: Siam Park on Costa Adeje. You will enter a magic Thai-themed land and have the opportunity to walk among exotic gardens, splash in swimming pools with huge waves, race on mats or shoot down breathtaking slides‌ Siam Park San Eugenio. Costa Adeje 902 06 00 00 www.siampark.net Mon-Sun: 10 a.m-5 p.m

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Aqualand

Adeje

Avda. de Austria, 15. Urb. San Eugenio Alto 922 71 52 66 www.aqualand.es Mon-Sun: 10 a.m-5 p.m

But… hold on! This isn’t the end of the fun. Near Siam Park, you will find another water park: Aqualand. Here, you can see magnificent dolphin shows and enjoy many exciting attractions… If you travelled to Tenerife by plane, you must have seen the Island from up above in the sky. Sea, mountains… and how many beaches? When you see them, you might think that our coasts were the stage for naval battles? If you look at the coast of Santa Cruz, you can imagine the setting of the battle in which the English Admiral, Lord Nelson, was hit by the famous cannon, “the Tiger”, as well as all sorts of pirates and corsairs which sailed these waters many years ago in search of 14


treasure. There are so many beaches in Tenerife that the mystery explorer has made a list of just a few of them, the most enjoyable ones. There are beaches all round the Island, with exotic volcanic sand, or golden sand; small beaches or large family-friendly beaches; all with a wide variety of fun activities…Below is a map with the best beaches to enjoy with your family: Playa la Arena

Playa de las Teresitas

Playa Jardín

Playa de la Arena Playa La Enramada Playa de Fañabé Playa de Torviscas Playa de Troya Playa de las Vistas

Playa del Médano

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Lago Martiánez Avda. de Colón 922 38 59 55 Mon-Sun: 10 a.m-7 p.m

Or maybe you prefer swimming pools? In which case you must not miss Lago Martiánez in Puerto de la Cruz. If you like beaches and swimming pools, why not try both at the same time? You can take a dip in the natural swimming pools in Bajamar, Punta del Hidalgo, Los Gigantes or Garachico. Have a great time! Punta del Hidalgo Piscinas de Bajamar Parque Marítimo Garachico

Los Gigantes

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Lago Martiánez


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Adventures in the City The Island, as you have seen, is very large if you try to visit every Pueblo Chico one of its treasures. But there is a way of getting to know it all in just one place that is great fun. This place is Pueblo Chico, in La Orotava, a theme park where you will be able to see a miniature version of Tenerife and its most interesting sights. You can walk down the tiny streets like a giant, much taller than the buildings‌

Cno. Cruz de Los Martillos, 62 Autopista Norte, TF-5 Salida 35 922 33 40 60 www.pueblochico.com Mon-Sun: 9 a.m-6 p.m

You can also visit the kind of place that older people like, such as museums and opera houses, because many of them have activities that are specially designed for you. In Santa Cruz, you will find the Tenerife Auditorio, where there are special 18


La Laguna La Orotava

performances for children and youngsters. Perhaps you can go there to enjoy a fabulous concert.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes (Instituto Óscar Domínguez) Avda. San Sebastián, 10 922 84 90 57 www.teatenerife.es Mon-Sun: 10 a.m-8 p.m

At TEA, Tenerife Espacio de las Artes (Tenerife Arts Space), also in Santa Cruz, there are workshops in which you can learn many things. The mystery explorer obviously knows them all. Did you know we also have a museum where you can learn and play at the same time? This is the Museum of Science and the Cosmos in La Laguna. You can even become a scientist for a day!

Museo de la Ciencia y el Cosmos C/ Vía Lactea, s/n. 922 31 52 65 www.museosdetenerife.org Tue-Sun: 9 a.m-7 p.m

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Puerto de laCruz

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Before the Spanish arrived here, “Guanches� were the inhabitants. If you would like to see mummies or ceramics found on the coast of Tenerife, go and visit the Museum of Nature and Mankind in Santa Cruz.

Museo de la Naturaleza y el Hombre C/ Fuentes Morales, s/n. Antiguo Hospital Civil 922 53 58 16 www.museosdetenerife.org Tue-Sun: 9 a.m-7 p.m

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And what do you think about playing in and enjoying nature as if you were in a wood or in the countryside? In the middle of Santa Cruz, you will find the García Sanabria Park. But if you are a real explorer, you should go to the Botanical Gardens in Puerto de la Cruz. Among those enormous trees and leafy, green plants, you will think you are in a jungle. Jardín Botánico C/ Retama, 2. 922 38 94 64 www.icia.es April – September: Mon-Sun: 9 a.m-7 p.m October – March: Mon-Sun: 9 a.m-6 p.m

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Arona

And, in Arona, there is another place that the mystery explorer has visited. It seems that he had such a good time that he forgot to leave a clue. But it doesn’t matter; we will show you where it is. It is the Tenerife Go-Kart track, a circuit for small racing cars. Do you think you could be a great driver? This is where you can prove it. Karting de Tenerife Ctra. del Cho Autopista, TF-1 km. 66 922 73 07 03 www.tenerife.com/kartingclubtenerife/ Mon-Sun: 10 a.m-8 p.m

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An Island to explore

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From every corner of Tenerife, you can see Mount Teide. This giant mountain is, in fact, a volcano. But, don’t panic. There is no danger of an eruption. Mount Teide and other volcanoes have erupted in the past and that is why Tenerife has so many volcanic landscapes: look at the volcanic rocks and Estación del Teleférico del Teide stones, lava tubes, seawater pools made of lava, etc… 922 010 445 Mon-Sun: 9 a.m-4 p.m

In the Teide National Park, there are so many unusual landscapes; you might think you are on another planet. Plants which manage to grow through volcanic soil, like the “Mount Teide broom” and the impressive “Red Tajinaste”. There are also reptiles such as the Tenerife lizard and the Tenerife wall gecko, which manage to survive the harsh conditions of the environment; birds such as the Kestrel or the Blue Chaffinch… You can also reach the summit of Mount Teide by cable car, on a nail-biting journey up the highest mountain in Spain or get to know the history and nature of the area at the Portillo Visitors’ Centre. 24

Centro de visitantes del Portillo 922 356 000 Mon-Sun: 9 a.m-4 p.m


Anaga

Cueva del Viento Barrio del Viento, Icod de los Vinos 922 81 53 39 Visit with advance reservation: 10 a.m, 12 a.m, 2 p.m

Icod de los Vinos Parque Nacional del Teide

If you have found this landscape impressive, you should also visit the Cueva del Viento, in Icod de los Vinos. There you will enter one of the largest volcanic tubes in the world. Would you like to see something totally different? Let’s change the scenery. In the Anaga Rural Park, you will find laurel woodlands similar to those in fairy tales, as well as mountainsides covered in Euphorbias. It is like starring in an adventure film, except that this time the set is for real! In this nature park as well as throughout the entire isCentro de visitantes Cruz del Carmen Ctra. Las Mercedes, Km. 6, La Laguna (Anaga) 922 63 35 76 Oct.-June: Mon-Sun: 9.30 a.m-4 p.m July-Sep.: Mon-Sun: 9.30 a.m-3 p.m

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Centro de visitantes Parque Rural de Teno Finca los Pedregales, El Palmar, Buenavista del Norte 922 12 80 32 Mon-Tue: 8 a.m-3 p.m; Tue-Sun: 10 a.m-4 p.m

land, there is a network of paths that you can find out about at the Infotén Network of Tourist Information Offices. In the Teno Rural Park, you can see spectacular landscapes that drop down to the coast and a large lighthouse which has seen hundreds of ships pass by. Coves dressed in lovely tones of blue and green water; steep mountainsides, volcanic plains… See how plants change as you go up into the mountains, ending at the splendid cliffs of Los Gigantes. You can find all kinds of landscapes in just one place. If there was an “Olympics” for nature sports, it would undoubtedly take place in Tenerife, be26


La Laguna Teno

cause here you can do all kinds of outdoor sports. In several special protected areas, enormous volcanic rocks hide a thousand routes for the most intrepid climbers. In Pedro González Park, better known as La Vega, in La Laguna, you will also find a Rockodrome, circuits for bikes and skating facilities and perfect hiking paths that wind through woods and mountains. The winds off our coasts billow the sails of boats and in certain places in the south, these winds are so strong that certain areas have become a paradise for windsurfing and kite-surfing. What’s more, surfing can be enjoyed all along the coast of Tenerife. You can see how young people ride large waves… Tenerife is a huge playground. 27


Are you one of those people that falls asleep by counting stars? Tenerife is the perfect place for observing stars, nebulas and even the Milky Way! Tenerife is arguably the best place in Europe for star gazers. Above two thousand metres in height, the atmosphere is very clear and transparent: this is why we have one of the most important solar observatories in the world. So now you know: ‌learn to become an explorer of the Universe.

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How we live on Tenerife We can see our mystery explorer dressed in a strange way! He is wearing one of the traditional costumes of the Canary Islands, which are still worn during religious festivals and dances. It is quite a spectacle to see thousands of people dressed in these traditional outfits. At religious festivals or romerĂ­as, it is possible to see many age-old traditions: floats pulled by oxen; typical food; well-known music such as isas and folĂ­as and, of course, unique and enjoyable dances.

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Most romerías and country dances in Tenerife take place between April and August. Some of interest include La romería de Tegueste, and other romerías in La Orotava, La Laguna, Santa Cruz, Adeje and Garachico, among others.

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It is going to be virtually impossible to recognise the Mystery Explorer. He has dressed up for the carnival, the most well known international fiesta on Tenerife. If you are here during the festival, you will see how crowds fill the streets with the craziest and most original costumes‌ Dress up as a princess, a superhero or a pirate! The most important carnival is the one held in Santa Cruz, but you can find exciting carnivals in many other places such as Puerto de la Cruz, Candelaria, Santiago del Teide and Los Cristianos. 32


But we still haven’t spoken about filling your stomach. Do you like good food? Well you’re really going to have a great time here. Tenerife has superb traditional food and unique ingredients. Ask a chef at any restaurant: our potatoes are creamy and succulent; our fish is freshly caught from the sea, straight to your table and of course our tasty cheeses and bananas are great at any meal. We also have an endless menu of desserts. During your holiday in Tenerife you will have the chance to try some of these delicacies and if you visit any of our farmers’ markets you will be able to see a selection of local produce. 33


And you may well have heard about gofio, a meal based on toasted ground cereals, which has been produced on the Canary Islands for hundreds of years. It is very nutritious and can be prepared in a number of different ways. You can even have gofio for breakfast, mixed with milk. It will give you energy for the whole day

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See you soon We are sure you have had a good time. You have had time to see the whole island, go up Mount Teide, enjoy the attractions, go whalewatching and take a dip in the sea or a swimming pool. Now you know the Island like a real explorer. We are very sorry to see you go‌ but you can always come back. Tenerife will have lots more fun awaiting you 35


Tourist information Office and Call centre Arico: C/ Benítez de Lugo, 1. aedl.aico@cabtfe.es. Tel.: 922 16 11 33. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-2:30p.m Arona - Playa de las Américas. Plza. del City Center, Avda. Rafael Puig, 19. infoamericas@arona.travel. Tfno.: 922 79 76 68. Opening hours: July-Sep.r: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-8:30p.m; Sat-Sun: 9a.m-3p.m; Oct.June: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-9p.m; Sat-Sun: 9a.m-3:30p.m

Arona - Playa de las Galletas. Paseo Marítimo. Dionisio González Delgado, Arona. info-galletas@arona.travel. Tfno.: 922 73 01 33. Opening hours: July-Sep.: Mon-Fri: 9a.m3p.m; S: 9a.m-1p.m; Oct.-June: Mon-Sun: 9a.m-3:30p.m Arona - Playa de las Vistas. Paseo las Vistas, s/n, Los Cristianos. info-vistas@arona.travel. Tfno.: 922 78 70 11. Opening hours: July-Sep.: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-8:30p.m; Sat-Sun: 9a.m3p.m; Oct.-June: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-9p.m; SatSun: 9a.m-3:30p.m

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Buenavista del Norte: C/ El Puerto, 27. turismo@buenavistadelnorte.com. Tfno.: 922 12 90 30 ext.142. Opening hours: July-Sep.: Mon-

Fri: 9a.m-2p.m; Oct.-June: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-3p.m

C.I.T. Candelaria-Caletillas: Plza. del CIT, s/n, Las Caletillas. candelaria@feciten.com. Tfno.: 922 50 04 15. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 2:30p.m8:30p.m C.I.T. Garachico. Av. República de Venezuela, s/n. citgara@hotmail.com. Tfno.: 922 13 34 61. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 10a.m-5p.m C.I.T. Güímar: Av. Obispo Pérez Caceres, 18. citguimar@hotmail.com, guimar@feciten.com. Tfno.: 922 51 15 90. Opening hours: Winter: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-3p.m; Summer: Mon-Fri: 8a.m-2p.m C.I.T. Icod de los Vinos: C/ San Sebastián, 6. citicod@telefonica.net. Tfno.: 922 81 21 23. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-1p.m–3p.m7p.m; Sat: 10a.m-1p.m C.I.T. Nordeste: Av. Universidad, 9 (Camino Largo), San Cristóbal de La Laguna. citnordeste@feciten.com. Tfno.: 922 63 27 18. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-1p.m – 4p.m-8p.m C.I.T. Puerto de la Cruz: C/ Puerto Viejo, 13. info@citpuerto.com. Tfno.: 922 37 02 43. Opening hours: July - Sep.: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-2p.m; Oct.-June: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-1p.m – 4:30p.m-7p.m

C.I.T. Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Av. Anaga (Opposite Plaza de España). infocit@telefonica.net. Tfno.: 922 24 84 61. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-4p.m; S: 9a.m-1p.m

C.I.T. Sur: Av. Rafael Puig, 17, Costa Adeje. info@citsur.com. Tfno.: 922 79 33 12. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-1p.m Cabildo Aeropuerto Tenerife Norte: Aeropuerto Tenerife Norte Los Rodeos, s/n. nurialorenzo@webtenerife.com. Tfno.: 922 63 51 92. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 10a.m-2p.m – 3p.m6p.m. Bank holiday: Open except Christmas, New Year’s Day and the Sixth of January. Cabildo Aeropuerto Tenerife Sur: Aeropuerto Tenerife Sur Reina Sofía, Granadilla de Abona. huete@cabtfe.es. Tfno.: 922 39 20 37. Opening hours: Oct. - June: Mon-Fri: 9a.m9p.m; Sat-Sun: 9a.m-5p.m; July - Sep.: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-7p.m; Sat-Sun: 9a.m-5p.m Cabildo Puerto de la Cruz: La Casa de la Aduana, C/ Las Lonjas, s/n. vicentet@cabtfe.es. Tfno.: 922 38 60 00. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-8p.m; Sat-Sun: 9a.m-5p.m Cabildo Santa Cruz: Plaza de España, s/n. lale@cabtfe.es. Tfno.: 922 23 95 92.Opening hours: Oct.-June: Mon-Fri: 8a.m-6p.m; Sat: 9a.m-1p.m; July - Sep.: Mon-Fri: 8a.m-5p.m; Sat: 9a.m-12a.m


Candelaria: Av. de la Constitución, 7. oit@candelaria.es. Tfno.: 922 03 22 30. Opening hours: Winter: Mon-Sun: 9a.m-5p.m; Summer: Mon-Sat: 10a.m-6p.m Centro de Visitantes Cruz del Carmen. Ctra. Las Mercedes, Km. 6, San Cristóbal de La Laguna. cvisitantes@cabtfe.es. Tfno.: 922 63 35 76. Opening hours: Oct.-June Mon-Sun: 9:30a.m4p.m; July-Sep.: Mon-Sun: 9:30a.m-3p.m Centro de Visitantes Parque Rural de Teno. Finca los Pedregales, El Palmar, Buenavista del Norte. aarmas@cabtfe.es. Tfno.: 922 12 80 32. Opening hours: Mon-Tue: 8a.m3p.m; Tue-Sun: 10a.m-4p.m Costa Adeje - Playa Fañabé. Av. Litoral, s/n. mairaha@adeje.es. Tel.: 922 71 65 39. Opening hours: Oct.-June: Mon-Fri: 10a.m5p.m; July-Sep.: Mon-Fri: 10a.m-4p.m Costa Adeje - Plaza del Duque. Ctro. Com. Plaza del Duque. mariamg@adeje.es. Tfno.: 922 71 63 77. Opening hours: Oct.-June: Mon-Fri: 10a.m-5p.m; July-Sep.r: Mon-Fri: 10a.m4p.m Costa Adeje - Troya. Av. Rafael Puig, 1. nildomeh@adeje.es.Tel.: 922 75 06 33. Opening hours: Oct.-June: Mon-Sun: 10a.m5p.m; July-Sep.: Mon-Sun: 10a.m-4p.m

El Médano: Plza. de los Príncipes de España, Gra­ ‑nadilla de Abona. turismo@granadilladeabona.org. Tfno.: 922 17 60 02.Opening hours:Oct.-June:Mon-Fri: 9a.m-3p.m; Sat: 9a.m-1p.m;July-Sep.:Mon-Fri 9a.m2p.m; Sat: 9a.m-12a.m

Intercambiador Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Arrival area for long-distance buses from the Tenerife Transport Hub. coordinadorainfo@sociedad-desarrollo.com. Tfno.: 922 29 97 49. Opening hours: every day: 10a.m-3p.m

La Laguna - Casa Alvarado Bracamonte (Capitanes Generales). C/ La Carrera, 7, Bajo Casa Alvarado-Bracamonte (Capitanes Generales). turismo.laguna@cabtfe. es. Tfno.: 922 63 11 94. Opening hours: every day: 9a.m-5p.m La Laguna - Punto de Información Aeropuerto Tenerife Norte. Aeropuerto de Tenerife Norte, Los Rodeos. turismo.laguna@cabtfe. es. Tfno.: 922 82 50 46. Opening hours: every day: 9a.m-5p.m

La Orotava: C/ Calvario, 4. turismo@villadelaorotava.org. Tfno.: 922 32 30 41. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 8:30a.m-6p.m Los Realejos: Av. Tres de Mayo, 5. info@losrealejos.es. Tfno.: 922 34 61 81. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-2p.m

San Juan de la Rambla: Plza. de los Canarios, s/n, Ctra. TF-351. turismo@aytosanjuandelarambla.es. Tfno.: 922 36 00 03 Ext. 3. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9a.m-2p.m San Miguel de Abona: Oficina de turismo El Caracol. Avda. Galván Bello, s/n, Golf del Sur. turismo@sanmigueldeabona.org. Tfno.: 922 73 86 64. Opening hours: Mon-Fri: 8:30a.m-2:30p.m Santa Cruz de Tenerife: C/ Castillo esq. C/ Cruz Verde. coordinadorainfo@sociedaddesarrollo.com. Tfno.: 922 29 97 49. Opening hours: Mon-Sat: 10a.m-6p.m; Sun: 10a.m-2p.m. On a cruise day, open from 9

Santiago del Teide: Av. Marítima Ctro. Com. Seguro de Sol, Local 34, Playa de la Arena. santiagodelteide@yahoo.es. Tfno.: 922 86 03 48. Opening hours: July- August: Mon-Fri: 8a.m-2p.m; Sep.-June: Mon-Fri: 8a.m-2:30p.m Tacoronte: Ctra. General Tacoronte-Tejina (La Estación). of_turismotacoronte@hotmail.com. Tfno.: 922 57 00 15.Opening hours: MonFri:9a.m-1p.m

Infoturismo Tenerife Call Centre. 00 800 100 101 00 (Free telephone)

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