Sophisticated Puerto de la Cruz is one of Tenerife's longest standing tourist destinations and has lots to offer to lovers of nightlife. Its vibrant night-time scene has a number of different options available, from clubs to wine bars and live music venues to pubs and tapas bars. Many of the bars and clubs stay open well past 3am, but whether you want to dance the night away or enjoy a quiet glass of wine in front of a local band, Puerto de la Cruz caters to a vast range of pastimes.
There are a range of events on at this club, so be sure to check the website – which does have English translation – to see what's on before you go. You can enjoy anything from live music and tribute bands to comedy, DJ sets, themed parties and much more. Music ranges from R'n'B to hip hop, and Latin to electronica, plus there's a range of cocktails available.
This lively club has several floors, each pounding with the sounds of different types of music, from salsa to R'n'B to dance. There are private rooms available for hire, which is great for events like birthdays or stag and hen parties. Or you can simply let down your hair on the dancefloor while enjoying one of the signature delicious drinks available from one of the many bars in this large club.
Live music lovers should head to Las Tejas Verdes, a spot renowned for hosting a variety of bands playing traditional music. Even if you don't speak Spanish, you can still enjoy the musical refrains along with inexpensive drinks in the company of fellow tourists and locals. It's open late, making it a great place to head to, relax and stay for the duration of the night.
This dance club is a salsa haven, so make sure to wear your dancing shoes. A popular spot, it fills up quickly and features live music or DJs to fill the dancefloor. Azucar is a great place to head to experience a night out alongside a mix of tourists and locals, and sample delicious and reasonably-priced cocktails.
Situated on Calle La Hoya, The Beehive is the closest answer to a British pub you're going to get. Make your way through the plethora of yellow umbrellas on the courtyard and you'll find a pub that serves a range of lagers and shows Premier League football matches. So naturally, it attracts a large number of British patrons. There are even traditional British snacks available like pork pies. And with reasonably priced drinks, The Beehive is a big draw for tourists visiting the area.
This popular nightspot is centrally located and overlooks the beach, creating the perfect setting for an enjoyable night on the town. After nightfall, you can sit and enjoy the sound of waves crashing against the rocks accompanied by live music from locals, providing you with a truly authentic experience.
If you fancy taking a turn on the dance floor, head to Disco Pub TAMBOA, a trendy nightclub and cocktail bar frequented by the locals. You can let your hair down as DJs take to the decks, and live events and theme nights are also held here for a little something different.
During the day, La Vola is a pleasant little eatery serving up comfort foods like burgers, pizza and pasta. Come nightfall, the bar has a great selection of draft and bottled beer on offer, along with wine and cocktails. Add some music and a delightfully lit al fresco patio, and you've got a recipe for a relaxed, sophisticated evening.
Come for the food and stay for the large open air patio at Hennen. There's plenty of food on offer in this German bar, along with a vast drinks selection, including its own Hannen Brau beer. And the rustic decor makes it a poplar spot all year round, but especially during carnival.
This intimate bar may be small, but what it lacks in square footage it makes up for in personality. There's an impressive cocktail list and live music to accompany flamenco shows, making this a great place to have an authentic Spanish evening out.