- Centro Comercial El Mirador
- Alcala Market
- Submarine Safaris
- Hard Rock Cafe Tenerife
- La Nonna Restaurant
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Located in the premier resort of Playa del Duque, the bijou El Mirador Shopping Centre offers a unique shopping experience for the discerning traveller who is looking for something different. The design is based on authentic Canarian architecture reminiscent of a typical village complete with narrow streets opening into shady enclosed squares to sit and watch the world go by. Many of the shops ... More info
You can't beat a good shop, and the best places to browse are Tenerife markets. Alcala market is one of Tenerife's smallest markets, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in personality, situated in the picturesque plaza of this pretty fishing village. Open 9am till 2pm every Monday.... More info
Are you looking for unusual things to do in Tenerife? Try this! There's nothing ordinary about a Submarine Safari excursion, that's for sure. With only 15 commercial submarines in the world, there aren't too many places where you have the chance to explore the deep without getting wet. Fully air-conditioned with normal atmosphere pressure you dive to 30m (100ft in old money), and settle ... More info
Experience the cool, modern side of Hard Rock when you dine at The Hard Rock Cafe Tenerife. With its streamlined designed and effortless style, our cafe truly elevates your dining experience. Come see firsthand why tourists and locals alike flock to this breezy island destination. Classic American flavor and local cuisine blend with modern decor to create the sparkling gem that is Hard Rock Caf... More info
Since opening in 2008, La Nonna quickly established itself as one of the best restaurants in Costa Adeje, specialising in a fusion of Mediterranean tastes, including Italian, French, Spanish and Greek. La Nonna is located on Costa Adeje's riviera, a swanky stretch of coastline housing hot hotels and designer shops, bars and eateries - all with more panache than you can shake a cocktail stick... More info
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