You can find the main convention centre in Tenerife in the south of the island, with numerous Tenerife hotels nearby. With architecture that sinks into the local landscape, the building is easy to miss, but astounding once you notice it is there. As well as hosting meetings each year, the Magma Arte & Congresos is home to the History of Music show.
Dining in Tenerife combines British and Spanish classics effortlessly, with a dash of Oriental cuisine. The further away you are from the tourist traps, the more Mediterranean the dishes become. Thanks to the numerous marinas across the island, fresh fish is not hard to find. Many Tenerife hotels serve Canarian potatoes, so here's your chance to try them.
Most Tenerife hotels are a stone's throw away from a gift shop. For traditional goods, try the Costa Adeje Market, which takes place every Thursday and Saturday. Lovers of designer and high street goods should try the Bahia Del Duque, which features Cartier, Mango, and cocktails to die for.
For a wild surf experience that doesn't involve a Tenerife beach, head to Siam Park. As the island's largest water park, it features a mock beach with man-generated waves that go off every half-an-hour. While there, try the lazy river for relaxation or an almost vertical slide for thrills. Animal fans can visit Loro Parque to see a variety of tropical birds.
You can find sports facilities across the island, and football is a firm favourite with locals, most supporting local team Club Deportivo Tenerife. You can also watch Club Baloncesto Canarias play basketball. For something a little different, go and watch a Canarian-wrestling bout.
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