The best beach bars in Tenerife

Tenerife is home to some of the most exclusive and luxurious beach bars in the Canary Islands, boasting sophistication and a great range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Whether you are looking to grab a quick lunchtime cocktail, or want to unwind with friends and family in the evening surrounded by atmospheric music, the beach bars along the south coast of Tenerife have plenty to offer. Here’s our pick of the best beach bars in Tenerife.

Kaluna Beach Club, Costa Adeje

The south-western town of Costa Adeje is home to some of the most exclusive beach bars on the island and Kaluna Beach Club is no exception. With panoramic views across the Atlantic, sipping cocktails couldn’t get any more glamourous. There are two bars, one restaurant and VIP cabins to use both day and night, and there is even a heated infinity pool that overlooks the ocean. Kaluna Beach Club is definitely one for those who want to experience luxury in the sun!

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St Eugene’s, Costa Adeje

The perfect bar to sit back and enjoy a fun-filled night of live music, and entertainment with all of the family. Situated in the popular resort of Costa Adeje and around a 30-minute walk for those taking holidays in Playa de Las Americas, the friendly, welcoming staff have been entertaining both locals and visitors for over 25 years. Nightly entertainment comes in the form of some of the best music artists and bands on the island and there are arcade games for the little ones if the musical entertainment isn’t for them! St Eugen’s is definitely a bar for those looking for a local Spanish atmosphere, where anything goes.

Papagayo Beach Club, Playa de Las Americas

Papagayo Beach Club is for those looking for the ultimate dining and cocktail beach experience. Open 365 days of the year, there is no excuse not to visit. There are five bars dedicated to preparing some of the best cocktail combinations on the island, and amongst the Cosmopolitans and Margaritas you may be tempted into discovering new, exciting tastes that you never thought possible. The club prides itself on the natural, breathtaking views that surround it, and the attention to detail that the staff provide make it a great place for everyone to enjoy their Tenerife holidays.

Monkey Beach Club, Playa de Las Americas

Monkey Beach Club is a landmark in the south of Tenerife. The restaurant and bar are both the perfect setting for a tasty meal for two, or the family. They also cater for weddings, parties and special events. The location and unique design, with décor featuring bamboo furniture and lush palm vegetation, make it one of the most characteristic beach venues for all occasions. The intriguing views don’t just stop in the interior either, as the beach club boasts the perfect spot to enjoy the view of La Gomera Island – enjoy with a famous cocktail from the club’s unique drinks menu.

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Acanto, Costa Adeje

Situated next to the quirky shopping centre of El Mirador and Playa del Duque beach, Acanto is a converted Canarian mansion that serves exotic cocktails for beach-goers and shoppers throughout the day. Palm-shaded couches look out onto the beach and the turquoise waters of the sea. Snacks and meals are also available for those looking for something to eat, from traditional tapas dishes to Spanish omelettes depending on your appetite. Full relaxation mode is influenced by the chill-out tracks in the background that accompany any visit to the Acanto beach bar and restaurant. Image Credit: Ben_Kerchx (pixabay.com)

The above article was originally published in Cheap Holidays Tenerife
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