Stand up paddle - Tenerife
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  • Stand up paddle
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Stand up paddle

How would you like a trip on the sea? Hop on your board, grab a paddle and let the journey begin. You will discover nooks and crannies that few get the chance to see. You'll get every muscle in your body going as you laugh away with your friends or family. Anyone can go stand up paddling. The east and south-east of the Island are home to very calm waters that are perfect for this type of boarding.

Caleta de Adeje

Municipality: Adeje

El Palm-Mar

Municipality: Arona

Las Galletas

Municipality: Arona

Los Cristianos

Municipality: Arona

Los Gigantes

Municipality: Santiago del Teide

Playa de las Teresitas

Municipality: Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Radazul

Municipality: El Rosario

Water safety
​​Tenerife has gentle waves, but it also has imposing breakers. You must be aware of yo...
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Water safety

​​Tenerife has gentle waves, but it also has imposing breakers. You must be aware of your physical condition and your surfing skills before hitting the water.

Most of the beaches have a lifeguard service. The lifeguards will be happy to advise you so don't hesitate to ask them. If there isn't an aid station in the area, take care to note:

  • The strength and direction of the wind
  • The prevailing direction of the currents
  • The tides and the time of day
  • The size of the waves
  • The best points for getting in and out. Bear in mind that these points may vary depending on the above factors.

It is always advisable to surf with other people and to keep outings to a maximum of two hours in order to prevent exhaustion and dehydration.

Protect yourself from the sun and maintain a balanced diet during your stay to help you surf better.

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When?

Any time of year is great for this different way to explore Tenerife's coastline: Stand Up Paddle. You can go paddleboarding alone, with your partner, with family or friends. As a result of the volcanic eruptions that the Island has experienced over the years and erosion by the wind and ocean, the coastline reveals spectacular cliffs, caves and natural coves.

The local stand up paddle schools will welcome newcomers who are tempted to try it out.

The water temperature ranges from 19°C in winter to 26°C in summer (66 to 79°F).

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What do I need?

Stand up paddle boards are so big that the best thing to do is rent the equipment from a local specialised store or from a company that organises SUP activities.

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