The Canary Islands are a paradise where resting and nightlife combine to perfection. A magnificent place to find the peace you need to disconnect from your routine without missing out on the parties and fun.
There are many hubs for nightlife in the islands. In Lanzarote, for example, Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise stand out for being home to lots of bars and clubs. In Fuerteventura, we have Corralejo, a well-known spot for nightlife, located in the northeast of the island, and Puerto del Rosario. Gran Canaria offers a wide array of atmospheres and you mustn’t miss the venues in the island’s capital city, Playa del Inglés or Maspalomas. Talking about Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz and Playa de las Américas are the most popular places at night, too. And there are even leisure areas on the smaller, quieter islands such as La Gomera, La Palma or El Hierro.
Start with a Canary Islands supper
Food is very much a part of Canary Islands culture and that is reflected in the wide array of restaurants serving local cuisine. Of course, there are also many establishments that serve international dishes and even some that have been awarded a prestigious Michelin star. Whether it’s a romantic date with your partner or a gathering with friends, eating out in the Canary Islands is the perfect start to an unforgettable night.
Terraces by the sea
Thanks to the pleasant year-round temperatures and clear skies, it’s typical to sit out on a terrace overlooking the sea after dinner and continue with your evening. There are many ways to enjoy a drink, whether at a lively ‘chill out’ zone next to the beach or at a peaceful hotel with beautiful views where you can enjoy the stars under the cleanest skies in Europe.
As the night goes on, options multiply and the music takes over. The pubs and clubs in the Canary Islands have some of the best DJs in the world, a phenomenon that attracts crowds of locals and tourists in a lively, partying mood. Fans of jazz and traditional Canary Islands music will also find premises, clubs and concert halls to suit their tastes.
Enjoying more for much less
Thanks to their special tax regime, the Canary Islands only pay 7% VAT, much lower than in the rest of Europe, which translates into super low prices for all leisure activities and means you can have more fun for less.