The airport of Tenerife Sur has renovated a large part of its commercial premises in a process that culminated yesterday with the opening of fifteen new stores.
In the Departures area, next to gates B, WHSmith has opened, a British convenience store where passengers can find books, magazines, newspapers, entertainment products and snacks; Ale-Hop, a Spanish firm with its representative cow at the door, where passengers will find a wide variety of products for gifts and for themselves, fun and of their own design, focused on surprising and innovating; and the market Canary Islandsa space that conveys the icons, culture and flavor of the island in the form of souvenirs, local crafts and accessories.
Tenerife Pearl is also present, with a complete and careful selection of pearls grown in the Canary Islands, with jewels ranging from the most classic and timeless to the most contemporary and innovative; Sunglass Hut, an American store that offers a careful selection of sunglasses from the best brands; o Oliva & Bellota, a gourmet store that offers passengers regional and local products from the best gastronomic brands.
Candy Fair, with chocolates, candies and toys, expands the offer with a renewed image, as well as Parfois, focused on fashion accessories (bags, costume jewelery and watches); Superskunk (SSK), a store dedicated to selling original gifts ranging from suitcases to board games, including travel items, radios, wallets and watches; Mango, a well-known Spanish fashion, footwear and accessories firm, with a 235-square-meter store, and LOL Kids, a children’s toy and accessories store that opened last month.
Next to the Departures area, at gates C, are CanaryKids, which opened in June and specializes in children’s products, and the Point convenience store (SSP group), which opened this week and offers magazines and snacks, among others. In Billing, another Point store came into service yesterday and previously, Casa Ricardo, selling nuts and sweets.
The airport has renovated 39 vending machines by Áreas, in the terminal area.
The airport already has 22 shops, including duty-free, with a wide range of products. New restore points will be opened soon.