Arona possesses a dry, warm climate, with very little rainfall and mild temperatures throughout the year. This climate favours bushy scrubland in the coastal area, referred to as the cardonal-tabaibal, which is perfectly adapted to living in conditions where water is in short supply. At altitudes over 500m, we find wooded areas and traditional agricultural cultivations. The municipality possesses what is perhaps the most important agricultural valley on the island: cultivation is primarily focused on bananas, tomatoes, papayas and flowers.