Like other parts of the Canary Islands, Tenerife, Spain is partly tax free, thus, you can expect cheaper price for goods like perfume, spirits, and tobacco. By this, it also means more shopping opportunities for you! Here are some places to shop in the island:
Centro Comercial Plaza del Duque
C.C. Plaza del Duque. Loc. B-43 38660 Adeje
Located in the island’s southern part, Centro Comercial Plaza del Duque features about 40 shops mostly from exclusive designers known both locally and internationally. An elite area, the shopping center will satisfy even those with delicate taste with the fine meals served in some of their luxurious restaurants. It is open from 10:00 am up to 10:00 pm with free parking for those with car.
El Corte Inglés
Avda. Tres de Mayo, 7 38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
+34 922 84 94 00
Situated at the heart of the city, El Corte Inglés is the place to shop for a wide range of products. The Maritime Park and Recinto Ferial is the place for those who are fashion-forward. Here, one can find several brands, including those from international companies. It has a large perfume shop and a huge supermarket to cater to all your shopping needs. The best thing about the shop is that it offers to refund your money if you are totally not satisfied with what they offer.
Gran Sur Shopping Centre
Centro Comercial Gran Sur, Off the TF-1 motorway, Fanabe
+34 922 712847
One of the main meeting points in Tenerife for shopping and leisure, Gran Sur has a wide variety of restaurants, shops and other attractions to keep the whole family busy. It has seven comfortable theatres with English-language films offered daily.
Avenida Americas 5, Playa de las Americas
+34 922 796 748
This swanky shopping centre is home to many top brands and high-end bars and restaurants. At night, it has dancing fountain show that people enjoy to watch.
Sansofe is a small shopping centre in the small town of San Isidro. Among the fashion outlets in the shopping centre are Punto Roma, Stradivarius and Springfield.
El Corte Ingles
Avenida Tres de Mayo, Tenerife, Santa Cruz
The shopping centre is considered the dad of the department stores in Spain. It has seven floors selling a wide range of quality goods – from bed sheets to baseball bats to rugs and razors.