The airport consists of 1 terminal, that is divided into two parts: The zone of departures and the zone of arrivals. It is small but very “packed” airport. It can offer you a pharmacy, some restaurants and bars, duty free shops, a post office, a police station and ATMs. On the territory of the airport, near the exit there is a gasoline station DISA. The airport is for either national or international flights. But a lot of services and shops have different timetables, usually they are opened from 8 am till 8 pm. The check-in desks for the international flights are opened 2 hours before the flight. For national 1 hour before.
After check in you will find a small zone of control and then you will be able to enjoy duty free shops and different bars and restaurants. A passport control for international flights will be in front of the final gates to the airplane, be careful and don’t hurry to go true it because you won’t be able to come back and after the passport control there is nothing except several sneak-machines and WC.
If you arrive to the island then you must not have any problems, because there is only one way to the lane of baggage.
Terminal has 3 exits for arrivals A, B and C. A and B are nearby and will lead to the middle part of the airport, exit C will lead directly to the bus and taxi station on the street. Usually tour operators wait their tourists near the exits and help them to find their bus.
If you don’t use the services of transfer, you can: Go by car from or to Costa Adeje that will take 15-20
minutes without a big traffic. By bus: it’s better to take number 343 because it will go directly Costa Adeje-airport of South- airport of north. With this bus you will be at Costa Adeje in 35 minutes (DON’T confuse with the same bus that goes from Costa Adeje to Airport of north). By taxi the trip will cost you 25-30 euro.
If you go from or to the North (Santa Cruz): by car it will take 45-60 minutes,
by bus number 111 — 1,5 hours and by taxi about 90 euro.