Remote Working in Tenerife

Ditch your desk at home for a desk on one of the many beaches in Tenerife. This Spanish island is a haven for international digital nomads and is one of the most popular spots for co-working and remote work. Grab your TripMates and move your office to the beach with these trips!

Plan your next Coworking Trip to Tenerife

Tenerife is an island paradise with good internet, amazing after-work activities, and great co-working opportunities. Live in a villa close to a beach to work and go for a nature hike after work. There are no limits when working remotely from Tenerife.

Top Things to discover in Tenerife

Teide Nationalpark

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Acantilados de Los Gigantes

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Puerto de la Cruz

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Top Things to do in Tenerife after work

Go Whale & Dolphin Watching

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Go on a hike in Teide Nationalpark

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Beach bumming at Playa La Teijita

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Cost of Living in Tenerife

The cost of living in Tenerife is lower than the average cost of living in most Western European countries, such as Germany, the Netherlands, and France. The estimated cost of living for a digital nomad in Tenerife is about 2000€ a month. 

Accommodation

The cost of living in Tenerife is lower than the average cost of living in most Western European countries, such as Germany, the Netherlands, and France. The estimated cost of living for a digital nomad in Tenerife is about 2000€ a month. 

For a one-bedroom apartment, you will pay about 500€ per month, a villa on Airbnb will set you back around 1200€ per month and 40€ a night. You can easily share a villa with your TripMates from JoinMyTrip and share the cost of living in Tenerife. 

Food & Drink 

The average meal will set you back around 7,50€. A coffee costs around 1,50€ depending on what you order and the average after-work beer is about 2€. Grocery Shopping and choosing local products will make food and drink more affordable. 

Co-Working 

The average co-working space in Santa Cruz will cost you around 130€ for a hot desk for a month. Co-working spaces usually offer very good internet connections, coffee, and fresh food for space renters. 

How to get to Tenerife & how to get around

How to get here 

The best option to come to Tenerife is by plane. Tenerife has two major airports: TFS in the South & TFN in the North. There are many direct flights going from major European hubs such as Frankfurt, Paris, London, and many more. You will probably also be able to find a cheap flight with Ryanair if you’re on a budget. 

How to get around 

The best way to be independent and explore after work is with a car. You will get a car rental for around 15-20€/ day. There are also daily hires available from most hotels.
If you don’t want to drive you can also take a taxi or a bus to major attractions. We highly recommend getting a car and sharing the cost with your TripMates.

Best Co-Working Hubs in Tenerife

The Zen Den Tenerife 

You will find this modern and high-end Co-working Space in Costa Adeje in the south of Tenerife. You can rent a hot desk for a day or on a weekly and monthly basis. They offer a variety of community events and activities. You will get free coffee, tea, and water. 

A day at a hot desk will cost you 15€, for a month it will cost you 195€. If you would like a dedicated desk or a meeting room you will need to enquire with their office, but they do have nice options available for digital nomads. 

This Space is open Mon-Fri from 8 am to 6 pm.

Ingenio Coworking Space 

This crazy good Coworking space is right in the center of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. They offer hot desks (daily, weekly, monthly) and dedicated desks at a monthly rate. Their facilities are great and there will be free drinks and snacks available when you hire a room. They also provide lockers for your stuff if you want to go for lunch or leave things there overnight when going home.
Renting a hotdesk will cost 20€/day, 50€ for a week, and 100€ for the month. If you rent for a week or longer you will be able to access your desk 24/7. 

Best Food Spots to try in Tenerife

After a long day at work, there’s just nothing better than grabbing some good food with your TripMates. Here are our Top Picks: 

Café Palmelita in Calle Castillo

A good spot for breakfast and lunch.

Tito's Bodeguita in Puerto de la Cruz

The perfect spot for authentic Canarian cuisine

Burger Mel in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

The best place for vegan and vegetarian options

Tips & Tricks for working remotely in Tenerife

Buy a portable router

Just in case the wifi isn’t as good as promised

Explore the island

Go for after-work hikes, find a new beach every day - just go and explore

Rent a car

You will be so much more flexible with your coworking crew, it will also make life easier if you want to get groceries

Try Canarian Food

It’s unique and special, definitely give it a go!

Pack some warmer clothes and your hiking boots

We promise you will need them

Mondays are quiet days

Many shops and restaurants are closed on Mondays - so check beforehand.

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