Insider Cafes in Tenerife for coffee fans.

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Discover typical Cafes in Tenerife where you enter and you smell good coffee.


Of course, fresh bread, pastries and tarts are usually behind a counter. You can consume on the spot or buy takeaway. Teas are also available.

Each of such cafés has something special in general.

However, the essential of such places is their aroma of freshly brewed coffee.  

Supracafe Coffee is one example for good Espressos, such as Café Solos or Cortados on the Canary Islands. You smell the heavenly scent of it, as soon as you enter a coffee house or cafeteria.

More Tenerife coffees

  • Cafe con Leche the UK Coffee Americano
  • The tiny Leche Leche with a large percentage of sweetened condensed milk
  • The erroneously served Barraquito as a large Leche Leche without liquor.
  • Saperoco a sweetish coffee with liquor and more
  • The real Barraquito a large Saperoco

 Usually, freshly baked bread and pastries also enchant the senses in establishments that celebrate coffee drinking.


Hence, we are not talking about Internet Cafes where the beverage is not what counts

Mind that the culture of consuming coffee isn't new in Tenerife. The other day, an Italian friend of mine pointed out to me a vintage espresso machine.

It's a big beauty made of brass that stood the test of time downtown in the island's capital Santa Cruz.


Food in cafes in Tenerife

  • Bocadillos
  • Toasted sandwiches
  • Tarts, cakes and pastries
  • Tortillas
  • Churros
  • Crêpes
  • Ice Creams

Small cooked lunch or brunch meals may be on offer in some of the cafeteria outlets. 


Addresses of the cafes in Tenerife by links

Cafe de Paris opposite Lago Martianez

Cafe Ebano Puerto Cruz with vintage shop

Boutique Relieve Cafe with three branches

Aderno cafes and where Tenerife sugar free chocolates are made for sale.


Plan Bakery a Tenerife Vegan Cafe

Cafe Vista Paraiso with breath taking views

German Melita Palmelita Cafe chain

The Tenerife holiday home insider already discovered two of six in 2008 together with the beaches Playa el Arenal as well as Playa Bajamar However, she didn't know at the time that the Melita or Palmelita Cafeterias are now part of a Franchise with according high prices. They all sell the Melitta Coffee brand and home made German bakery products of outstanding quality. Google Cafe Melita and even find more info by their web to also buy their jams online. The method used to prepare coffee with Melitta filters isn't Spanish at all but local coffees should be available too.

Cafe Sandra La Paz Puerto de la Cruz
A Cafe I am not affiliated too and which isn't cheap. That means you can drink as much German filter coffee as you want for a set price. Cappuccinos, delicious cakes and free Internet are available too. Opens in winters only...

Cafe exception at Tenerife South

That's Hard Rock Cafe which is rather a Rock music club. Long drinks and food are available.

Tenerife cafes a life style

Needless to say, it's worth it to make Cafes on the biggest Canary Island part of your life style when you have a holiday home in Tenerife. Mind that a Cafe Solo which is like a Coffee Espresso still costs Euro 0,80. A large Milk Coffee Americano (Cafe con Leche) can be bought for Euro 1,20. A slice of cheese sets you back by Euro 1,60 at cheap Boutique Relieve prices. As said, franchises and cafes in tourist spots are more expensive.

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