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Bahia del Duque Adeje – Tenerife

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Bahia del Duque | Adeje | España

Avenida Bruselas, s/n, 38660 Adeje, España

➤ Bahia del Duque | Tenerife

Este lujoso complejo hotelero, rodeado por 6 hectáreas de jardines subtropicales, ofrece vistas a la playa Duque de Tenerife. Cuenta con 5 piscinas al aire libre, gimnasio y habitaciones elegantes con balcón privado.

En el Bahía del Duque se puede elegir entre habitaciones modernas y villas elegantes. Todas cuentan con TV LCD vía satélite, albornoz y zapatillas.

El complejo del Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque dispone de 8 restaurantes, entre ellos locales de cocina italiana y oriental. También hay 7 bares, incluido uno de zumos y otro de playa.

El hotel ofrece una gran variedad de actividades de ocio, como clases de aeróbic y observación de ballenas. Hay pistas de tenis, una mesa de ping pong y una ruta de senderismo botánico.

El campo de golf Adeje y el parque acuático Siam están a unos 5 minutos en coche del Bahía Duque. El aeropuerto de Tenerife Sur está a unos 15 minutos en coche.

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Instalaciones y servicios

Limpieza

Confort

Relación calidad – precio

Ubicación

WiFi gratis


Habitaciones de Bahia del Duque Adeje

Habitación Doble con vistas al jardín – 1 o 2 camas

Habitación Doble Superior con vistas al océano – 1 o 2 camas

Suite con vistas al océano

Villa La Palmera

Habitación Doble con vistas al océano y acceso al spa

Habitación Doble con vistas al jardín y entrada al spa

Suite con vistas al océano y acceso al spa

Servicios de Bahia del Duque Adeje
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Exteriores Terraza, Jardín
Mascotas ¡Gratis!
Se admiten bajo petición. Gratis.
Actividades Minigolf, Snorkel, Squash, Equitación, Submarinismo, Ciclismo, Senderismo, Alquiler de bicicletas (de pago), Ping pong, Billar, Zona de juegos para niños, Sala de juegos, Pesca, Campo de golf (a menos de 3 km), Pista de tenis
Comida y bebida Snack-bar, Desayuno en la habitación, Bar, Restaurante, ¡Buen café!
Internet ¡Gratis!
Hay conexión a internet Wi-Fi disponible en todo el establecimiento. Gratis.
Aparcamiento ¡Gratis!
Hay parking gratis privado en el establecimiento. No es necesario reservar.
Piscina y bienestar Piscina, Piscina al aire libre, Hammam, Bañera de hidromasaje / jacuzzi, Masajes, Spa y centro de bienestar, Solárium, Gimnasio, Sauna
Servicios de recepción Guardaequipaje, Venta de entradas, Información turística, Cambio de moneda, Registro de entrada y salida exprés, Recepción 24 horas
Oferta de ocio y servicios para familias Canguro / servicios para niños
Servicios de limpieza Servicio de limpieza diario, Limpiabotas, Servicio de planchado, Servicio de limpieza en seco, Servicio de lavandería
Instalaciones de negocios Fax / fotocopiadora, Centro de negocios, Salas de reuniones / banquetes
Seguridad Caja fuerte
General Servicio de traslado, Boles para mascotas, Cesta para mascotas, Servicio de traslado (de pago), Zona de fumadores, Aire acondicionado, Tiendas (en el alojamiento), Alquiler de coches, Almuerzos para llevar, Tienda de recuerdos, Ascensor, Suite nupcial, Habitaciones con servicios VIP, Peluquería / salón de belleza, Habitaciones para no fumadores, Prensa, Servicio de habitaciones
Idiomas que se hablan Alemán, Inglés, Español, Francés, Italiano, Holandés, Ruso
Condiciones de Bahia del Duque Adeje
Entrada A partir de las 15:00
Salida De 11:30 a 12:00
Cancelación /
prepago
Las condiciones de cancelación y de pago por adelantado pueden variar según el tipo de alojamiento.
Introduce las fechas de tu estancia y consulta las condiciones de la habitación seleccionada.
Camas para niños Se pueden alojar niños de cualquier edad.
Restricción por edad Edad mínima para el check-in: 18
Mascotas ¡Gratis!
Se admiten bajo petición. Gratis.
Tarjetas aceptadas en este alojamiento El Bahia del Duque acepta estas tarjetas y se reserva el derecho de cargar de forma temporal una cantidad antes de la entrada.

A tener en cuenta

Debido a circunstancias imprevistas, el establecimiento debe cerrar 1 de las piscinas del Beach Club. Estará fuera de servicio hasta el 14 de septiembre de 2019. El hotel hará todo lo posible por reabrir la piscina antes de esta fecha si las circunstancias lo permiten.

Las otras 4 piscinas permanecerán abiertas con normalidad.

Otros nombres conocidos para Bahia del Duque Adeje

Bahia del Duque – Adeje
Bahia del Duque Tenerife
Bahia del Duque

Preguntas frecuentes sobre Bahia del Duque Adeje

¿Cómo consigo el mejor precio garantizado para Bahia del Duque Adeje?

Este sitio Web tiene el mejor precio garantizado. Reserva aquí sin sorpresas en tu llegada a Bahia del Duque Adeje. Si encuentras una mejor tarifa en páginas como Booking.com, Expedia o Hotels.com, contacta con nosotros desde la pestaña “Contactar” de la Web y mejoraremos la tarifa hasta en un 10%!

¿Existe conexión wifi en Bahia del Duque Adeje?

¡Gratis!
Hay conexión a internet Wi-Fi disponible en todo el establecimiento. Gratis.

¿Existe parking gratuito en Bahia del Duque Adeje?

¡Gratis!
Hay parking gratis privado en el establecimiento. No es necesario reservar.

¿Que actividades hay al aire libre en Bahia del Duque Adeje?

Terraza, Jardín

¿Que servicios generales se ofrecen en Bahia del Duque Adeje?

Servicio de traslado, Boles para mascotas, Cesta para mascotas, Servicio de traslado (de pago), Zona de fumadores, Aire acondicionado, Tiendas (en el alojamiento), Alquiler de coches, Almuerzos para llevar, Tienda de recuerdos, Ascensor, Suite nupcial, Habitaciones con servicios VIP, Peluquería / salón de belleza, Habitaciones para no fumadores, Prensa, Servicio de habitaciones

¿Son permitidas las mascotas en Bahia del Duque Adeje?

¡Gratis!
Se admiten bajo petición. Gratis.

¿Cuales son las tarjetas aceptadas en Bahia del Duque Adeje?

El Bahia del Duque acepta estas tarjetas y se reserva el derecho de cargar de forma temporal una cantidad antes de la entrada.

¿Cual es el horario de entrada en Bahia del Duque Adeje?

A partir de las 15:00

¿Cual es el horario de salida en Bahia del Duque Adeje?

De 11:30 a 12:00

Comentarios 100% auténticos de Bahia del Duque Adeje

Si tienes dudas sobre las instalaciones o servicios de Bahia del Duque Adeje, no dudes en ponerte en contacto con nuestro departamento de atención al cliente, un operario estará dispuesto a resolver tus dudas antes de reservar.

España

Luis

9,0
Muy bueno

Motivo del viaje:
Viajes de ocio

Que fue lo más destacado de Bahia del Duque Adeje

Enclave excepcional, instalaciones con años pero muy bien…

Enclave excepcional, instalaciones con años pero muy bien mantenidas. Trato del personal exquisito.

Realizaron trabajos a primera hora en la habitación superior y nos despertaron, deberían tener consideración antes de trabajar.
Baño un poco justo de espacio y antiguo.

España

Javier

6,0
Bueno

Motivo del viaje:
Viajes de ocio

Que fue lo más destacado de Bahia del Duque Adeje

Decepción

La ubicación y el entorno

Habitación no acorde para el hotel del que se trata
Armario mínimo, modernizado sin respetar la idea primigenia y mal aprovechados los espacios
Sensación de agobio

España

Jose

10,0
Excelente

Motivo del viaje:
Viajes de ocio

Que fue lo más destacado de Bahia del Duque Adeje

Ideal

El desayuno perfecto. La ubicación ( terraza), perfecta, pero una salvedad : Presencia de gatos. Lo siento, no les gustan a todo el mundo, y a mis hijas menos. Hasta el punto de abandonar el comedor

Solo tema gatos

España

Beatriz

9,0
Muy bueno

Motivo del viaje:
Viajes de ocio

Que fue lo más destacado de Bahia del Duque Adeje

Muy agradable

La ubicación, la gran calidad del hotel y el personal que es muy amable.

Hay que subir y bajar muchas escaleras en los jardines para acceder a las piscinas y a la playa.


Cerca de Bahia del Duque Adeje

España / Adeje

Lugares de interés más cercanos

Centro comercial Plaza del Duque

0,4 km

El Castillo del Duque

0,4 km

Centro Comercial Gran Sur

1,5 km

Playa de La Pinta

1,7 km

Puerto Colón

1,8 km

Centro comercial San Eugenio

2 km

Aqualand

2,1 km

Golf Costa Adeje

2,3 km

Parque Acuático Siam Park

2,9 km

Papagayo Beach Club

3,2 km

Lugares de interés más populares

TIBU Tenerife

3,8 km

Golf Las Américas

4,2 km

Centro de convenciones Pirámide de Arona

4,5 km

Golf del Sur

14,7 km

Los Gigantes

19,5 km

Transporte y lugares de interés

El Duque
Arena dorada
Nadar, Comer y beber

300 m

Playa de Fanabe
Arena dorada
Ver la puesta de sol, Comer y beber, Nadar

600 m

Enramada Beach

900 m

Torviscas
Arena dorada
Nadar, Comer y beber

1,1 km

Aeropuerto de Tenerife Sur

16,9 km

Aeropuerto de La Gomera

46,9 km

Aeropuerto de Tenerife Norte

58,5 km


Mejor precio

El mejor precio garantizado.

Sin sorpresas

Confirmación de disponibilidad y reserva instantánea.

Descuentos

Al realizar tu reserva obtendrás descuentos y servicios gratuitos.

– Bahia del Duque –

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What To REALLY Expect If You Stay

Ventajas

  • Directamente en la playa de arena del Duque, una de las mejores playas de Costa Adeje
  • Amplias habitaciones con camas extragrandes, toques de playa y comodidades modernas
  • Las villas tienen piscinas privadas y amenidades y servicios mejorados
  • Cuatro grandes y atractivas piscinas de forma libre rodeadas de exuberantes jardines y tumbonas
  • Lujoso spa completo con hammam y cabañas al aire libre
  • Gimnasio de alta gama que ofrece clases de Pilates, yoga y meditación
  • Ocho restaurantes, que incluyen cocinas española, italiana, tailandesa y francesa
  • 13 bares, incluyendo un club de playa, un bar de vinos y un bar de jugos
  • Excelente club infantil completo con una piscina para niños y un salón para adolescentes
  • Pistas de tenis, putting green, excursiones de un día en yate, observatorio astronómico
  • Wi-Fi gratis

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Ventajas

Contras

  • Propiedad montañosa con muchos escalones
  • Restaurantes caros
  • Algunas habitaciones dobles estándar son un poco sosa y poco elegante

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Contras

Uno de los centros turísticos más grandes de Costa Adeje, el lujoso Bahía del Duque, tiene 351 habitaciones y villas en extensos terrenos exuberantes. La larga lista de servicios en el lugar incluye cuatro grandes piscinas de forma libre, ocho (caros) restaurantes, amplias instalaciones deportivas, un hermoso spa y un gimnasio con clases de Pilates, yoga y meditación. Las habitaciones están decoradas en una suave paleta de neutros oceánicos, taupe, verde marino, con toques de playa y mimbre. Y todas las habitaciones incluyen un balcón o terraza amueblada. Las villas son superiores a las habitaciones dobles estándar y cuentan con muebles más exclusivos, amplias terrazas y piscinas privadas. La ubicación del complejo, justo en la playa más bonita de Costa Adeje, es un importante punto de venta. Es más caro, pero con muchas más características que su vecino de lujo, Vincci Selección La Plantación del Sur .

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Resumen

Fotos del hotel y de las instalaciones

Instalaciones

  • Cribs
  • Internet
  • Spa

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Premios de Oyster

Escena

Un extenso complejo frente a la playa para familias y parejas

Ubicado en varios edificios neocoloniales construidos en medio de cientos de pies cuadrados de exuberantes jardines tropicales, Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque es uno de los complejos más grandes de esta parte de Tenerife. La entrada al área de recepción principal está marcada con una pirámide de vidrio, similar al Louvre. La decoración en las áreas comunes es cálida y romántica, sobrecargada con plantas tropicales, muebles de mimbre y madera, azulejos de terracota y adornos de hierro forjado. Las lámparas de calle, las fuentes de estilo plaza españolas y el uso liberal de columnas añaden a la grandeza. Los terrenos extendidos albergan cómodamente cuatro piscinas, deportes en el lugar e incluso un observatorio astronómico. Los huéspedes aquí son en su mayoría familias, pero el ambiente romántico y las comodidades de lujo lo convierten en una buena opción para parejas también.

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Escena

Ubicación

Directamente en una de las mejores playas de Costa Adeje, Playa del Duque

El complejo se encuentra directamente en Playa del Duque, una de las mejores playas de Costa Adeje . La zona es principalmente residencial, pero hay restaurantes, tiendas y bares a unas pocas cuadras, y hay un par de grandes centros comerciales a poca distancia. Los huéspedes que deseen explorar otras playas pueden tomar un taxi o conducir hasta Las Américas , Los Cristianos o La Caleta , todos a menos de 15 minutos en coche. Y aquellos que prefieren usar el transporte público pueden tomar un autobús a todas las principales playas de la zona. La famosa playa de Fañabé, conocida por su arena oscura, se puede llegar paseando por el paseo marítimo. Y el aeropuerto de Tenerife Sur se puede llegar en coche en 20 minutos, y en autobús en aproximadamente una hora. Hay una parada de autobús a cinco minutos a pie de la entrada principal.

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Ubicación

Habitaciones

Luminoso y espacioso, con detalles de playa y comodidades de primer nivel

Inmersos en colores pálidos, marinos, verdes marinos, gris topo y gris almeja, las habitaciones evocan un sutil ambiente playero que se destaca aún más con suelos de baldosas, toques de mimbre y ventiladores de techo de madera oscura. Todas las habitaciones son amplias, con camas extra grandes y balcones o terrazas amuebladas. Pero a pesar del tamaño y las comodidades sólidas, algunas habitaciones dobles estándar se sienten un poco básicas y en ocasiones pasadas de moda (la lechada de baldosas sucias no ayuda). Suites más grandes y suites familiares de dos dormitorios con salas de estar separadas también están disponibles. Los baños con mármol blanco incluyen artículos de tocador Acqua di Parma, batas y pantuflas.

Las habitaciones en Casas Ducales se encuentran en una sección separada del complejo y tienen algunas ventajas adicionales, incluido el registro de entrada privado, servicio gratuito de cava al mediodía y servicio de mayordomo. Las unidades más lujosas del hotel, sin embargo, son las Villas. Estas unidades de varias habitaciones son las más decoradas con gusto con camas con dosel y bancos de brazos. Entre los servicios adicionales se incluyen bebidas gratuitas del minibar y cafeteras Nespresso. Y cada villa también tiene grandes terrazas con sus propias piscinas privadas.

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Habitaciones

Características

Un lujoso spa, ocho restaurantes, 13 bares, grandes piscinas y amenidades para toda la familia

Una de las características más atractivas aquí es el inmenso spa, ubicado en un edificio separado con un hammam al aire libre, cabañas y 20 salas de tratamiento. Pero el hammam es solo el comienzo cuando se trata de las características acuáticas del complejo, que incluye cuatro piscinas de forma libre que ondulan alrededor de glorietas, pasarelas, un montón de plantas tropicales, tumbonas y múltiples bares. Hay ocho opciones para comer en el lugar para elegir, incluida la cocina italiana, española, tailandesa y francesa. Todos son buenos pero caros, y la mayoría ofrecen asientos al aire libre. Los huéspedes que deseen mantenerse activos durante sus vacaciones no tienen que conformarse con simplemente nadar, ya que se ofrecen clases de yoga y pilates, tenis, pádel, squash, minigolf e incluso ping pong. En la recepción se pueden reservar excursiones de un día en yate, y se puede acceder a la playa directamente desde la propiedad. El club infantil ofrece actividades diarias y un área para adolescentes con PlayStation, juegos de mesa y una mesa de futbolín. Los niños, y los adultos, también pueden recibir educación en el observatorio astronómico en el lugar que ofrece noches guiadas de observación de estrellas.

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Características

Beach

Una playa pintoresca que hace honor a su reputación

Una puerta de color terracota en los terrenos del complejo lleva a la Playa del Duque, una amplia franja de arena blanca salpicada de cabañas azules y blancas, sombrillas de paja y sillones blancos que miran hacia las olas del océano sin obstrucciones. Un pequeño malecón de madera conduce al complejo. Los amantes de la playa también pueden pasear por la pasarela pavimentada del océano, iluminada por farolas de hierro forjado por la noche.

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Beach

Cosas que debes saber sobre Bahia del Duque

También conocido como
  • Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque Resort
Dirección

Avenida de Bruselas s/n, 38660, Spain

Sitio web

http://www.bahia-duque.com/

Escena

Un extenso complejo frente a la playa para familias y parejas

Ubicado en varios edificios neocoloniales construidos en medio de cientos de pies cuadrados de exuberantes jardines tropicales, Gran Hotel Bahía del Duque es uno de los complejos más grandes de esta parte de Tenerife. La entrada al área de recepción principal está marcada con una pirámide de vidrio, similar al Louvre. La decoración en las áreas comunes es cálida y romántica, sobrecargada con plantas tropicales, muebles de mimbre y madera, azulejos de terracota y adornos de hierro forjado. Las lámparas de calle, las fuentes de estilo plaza españolas y el uso liberal de columnas añaden a la grandeza. Los terrenos extendidos albergan cómodamente cuatro piscinas, deportes en el lugar e incluso un observatorio astronómico. Los huéspedes aquí son en su mayoría familias, pero el ambiente romántico y las comodidades de lujo lo convierten en una buena opción para parejas también.

Ver más
Escena

Ubicación

Directamente en una de las mejores playas de Costa Adeje, Playa del Duque

El complejo se encuentra directamente en Playa del Duque, una de las mejores playas de Costa Adeje . La zona es principalmente residencial, pero hay restaurantes, tiendas y bares a unas pocas cuadras, y hay un par de grandes centros comerciales a poca distancia. Los huéspedes que deseen explorar otras playas pueden tomar un taxi o conducir hasta Las Américas , Los Cristianos o La Caleta , todos a menos de 15 minutos en coche. Y aquellos que prefieren usar el transporte público pueden tomar un autobús a todas las principales playas de la zona. La famosa playa de Fañabé, conocida por su arena oscura, se puede llegar paseando por el paseo marítimo. Y el aeropuerto de Tenerife Sur se puede llegar en coche en 20 minutos, y en autobús en aproximadamente una hora. Hay una parada de autobús a cinco minutos a pie de la entrada principal.

Ver más
Ubicación

Habitaciones

Luminoso y espacioso, con detalles de playa y comodidades de primer nivel

Inmersos en colores pálidos, marinos, verdes marinos, gris topo y gris almeja, las habitaciones evocan un sutil ambiente playero que se destaca aún más con suelos de baldosas, toques de mimbre y ventiladores de techo de madera oscura. Todas las habitaciones son amplias, con camas extra grandes y balcones o terrazas amuebladas. Pero a pesar del tamaño y las comodidades sólidas, algunas habitaciones dobles estándar se sienten un poco básicas y en ocasiones pasadas de moda (la lechada de baldosas sucias no ayuda). Suites más grandes y suites familiares de dos dormitorios con salas de estar separadas también están disponibles. Los baños con mármol blanco incluyen artículos de tocador Acqua di Parma, batas y pantuflas.

Las habitaciones en Casas Ducales se encuentran en una sección separada del complejo y tienen algunas ventajas adicionales, incluido el registro de entrada privado, servicio gratuito de cava al mediodía y servicio de mayordomo. Las unidades más lujosas del hotel, sin embargo, son las Villas. Estas unidades de varias habitaciones son las más decoradas con gusto con camas con dosel y bancos de brazos. Entre los servicios adicionales se incluyen bebidas gratuitas del minibar y cafeteras Nespresso. Y cada villa también tiene grandes terrazas con sus propias piscinas privadas.

Ver más
Habitaciones

Características

Un lujoso spa, ocho restaurantes, 13 bares, grandes piscinas y amenidades para toda la familia

Una de las características más atractivas aquí es el inmenso spa, ubicado en un edificio separado con un hammam al aire libre, cabañas y 20 salas de tratamiento. Pero el hammam es solo el comienzo cuando se trata de las características acuáticas del complejo, que incluye cuatro piscinas de forma libre que ondulan alrededor de glorietas, pasarelas, un montón de plantas tropicales, tumbonas y múltiples bares. Hay ocho opciones para comer en el lugar para elegir, incluida la cocina italiana, española, tailandesa y francesa. Todos son buenos pero caros, y la mayoría ofrecen asientos al aire libre. Los huéspedes que deseen mantenerse activos durante sus vacaciones no tienen que conformarse con simplemente nadar, ya que se ofrecen clases de yoga y pilates, tenis, pádel, squash, minigolf e incluso ping pong. En la recepción se pueden reservar excursiones de un día en yate, y se puede acceder a la playa directamente desde la propiedad. El club infantil ofrece actividades diarias y un área para adolescentes con PlayStation, juegos de mesa y una mesa de futbolín. Los niños, y los adultos, también pueden recibir educación en el observatorio astronómico en el lugar que ofrece noches guiadas de observación de estrellas.

Ver más
Características

Beach

Una playa pintoresca que hace honor a su reputación

Una puerta de color terracota en los terrenos del complejo lleva a la Playa del Duque, una amplia franja de arena blanca salpicada de cabañas azules y blancas, sombrillas de paja y sillones blancos que miran hacia las olas del océano sin obstrucciones. Un pequeño malecón de madera conduce al complejo. Los amantes de la playa también pueden pasear por la pasarela pavimentada del océano, iluminada por farolas de hierro forjado por la noche.

Ver más
Beach

Fotos del hotel y de las instalaciones

Mejores precios

Precios mostrados para:

Fechas de precios

1 Rm,
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1 Rm,

2 Huéspedes

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  • Actividades para niños supervisadas

  • Aire acondicionado

  • Balcony / Terrace / Patio

  • Bar en el agua

  • Beauty / Hair Salon

  • Cable

  • Cancha de tenis

  • Centro de negocios

  • Conserje

  • Cribs

  • Desayuno incluido

  • Gimnasio

  • Habitación separada / Espacio del salón

  • Internet

  • Lavandería

  • Limpieza en seco

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Oficina de servicio de alquiler de coches in situ

  • Piscina

  • Piscina infantil

  • Playa

  • Sala de juegos / Salón recreativo

  • Se aceptan mascotas

  • Se admiten niños

  • Servicio de bebidas junto a la piscina

  • Servicio de habitaciones

  • Servicios de canguro

  • Spa

  • Transporte al aeropuerto

Descargo de responsabilidad: este contenido era preciso en el momento en que se revisó el hotel. Por favor, consulte nuestros sitios asociados al hacer la reserva para verificar que los detalles siguen siendo correctos.

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Precios mostrados para:

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BAHIA DEL DUQUE COSTA ADEJE

Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel

  • Wifi
  • Recepción 24 horas
  • Registro de entrada y salida exprés
  • Piscina exterior
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    Situado en el barrio Costa Adeje, este hotel exclusivo, Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel, está al lado del Duque Beach y a alrededor de 10 minutos en coche del Parque Acuático Siam Park. Ubicado en un edificio de estilo colonial, las vistas dan al océano Atlántico.

    El Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel está a unos 16 minutos a pie del Centro Comercial Plaza del Duque. Se sitúa a 25 minutos a pie del centro de Costa Adeje. Este hotel estiloso de 5 estrellas está en las proximidades de la Playa del Duque.

    Las unidades están diseñadas con decoración en estilo moderno. Los cuartos de baño, que ofrecen instalaciones como un secador de pelo y albornoces, también cuentan con un aseo separado.

    El desayuno buffet se sirve cada mañana en Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel. Hay un bar de zumos para que los huéspedes disfruten de bebidas refrescantes. La Sua se encuentra más o menos a 16 minutos andando de este lugar. Debido a su ubicación única, los huéspedes pueden llegar al Aeropuerto Tenerife Sur en 18 minutos en coche.

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    Información importante

    Entrada: desde 15:00 hasta 23:59

    Salida: desde 11:00 hasta 12:00

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    Preguntas más frecuentes

    • Los huéspedes de Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel pueden aparcar su vehículo en un aparcamiento gratis.

    • Bah\u00EDa del Duque se encuentra en el distrito Costa Adeje, aproximadamente a 10 minutos de coche del Parque Acuático Siam Park.

    • El precio mínimo de la estancia en Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel Costa Adeje es 420 €.

    • Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel cuenta con habitaciones como Suite Junior Deluxe, Habitación Superior con Cama Queen y Villa.

    • Si, se sirve un desayuno buffet en Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel Costa Adeje.

    • Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel Costa Adeje está a 3 km del centro.

    • El aeropuerto Tenerife Sur está a 25 km de Bah\u00EDa del Duque.

    • La parada de autobús más cercana es Bahia del Duque y se encuentra a 50 metros de Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel.

    • El Duque Beach está a unos pasos de Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel Costa Adeje.

    • Si, puedes comer o cenar en la Sua y el Restaurante Sensu, que están cerca de Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel.

    • Si, Bah\u00EDa del Duque Hotel Costa Adeje tiene cuidado de niños, un patio de recreo y un miniclub para los huéspedes que viajan con niños.

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    Instalaciones

    Acceso a Internet

    • Wifi

    Aparcamiento

    • Aparcamiento

    Servicio de transporte

    • Traslado aeropuerto (de pago)

    Deportes y entretenimiento

    • Gimnasio
    • Kayak
    • Submarinismo
    • Esnórquel
    • Barco
    • Excursionismo
    • Equitación
    • Bicicletas
    • Pista de tenis
    • Campo de golf
    • Billar/ billar americano
    • Ping-pong
    • Squash
    • Gimnasio
    • Pesca

    Servicios

    • Caja fuerte
    • Recepción 24 horas
    • Registro de entrada y salida exprés
    • Guarda equipajes
    • Cambio de divisas
    • Peluquería
    • Personal multilingüe
    • Servicio de habitaciones 24 horas
    • Tareas de mantenimiento
    • Alquiler de coches
    • Alquiler de bicicletas
    • Lavandería
    • Limpieza en seco
    • Asistencia en excursiones/ Servicio de entradas
    • Servicio de instalaciones médicas
    • Servicios de compras/comerciales
    • Botones/mozo

    Lugares para comer

    • Desayuno continental
    • Restaurante
    • Barra de bocadillos
    • Bar/ salón
    • Café/ Té en el vestíbulo
    • Desayuno bufé
    • Almuerzo para llevar

    Instalaciones de negocios

    • Centro de negocios
    • Instalaciones para reuniones/ banquetes
    • Fax/fotocopias

    Instalaciones para los niños

    • Niñera/ Servicios infantiles
    • Piscina para niños
    • Zona de juegos para niños
    • Club infantil
    • Sala de juegos

    Instalaciones de ocio

    • Salón de belleza
    • Piscina exterior
    • Playa
    • Casino
    • Club nocturno
    • Entretenimiento
    • Jardín
    • Ocio/ Sala de TV
    • Spa-Balneario
    • Solárium
    • Sauna
    • Baño turco
    • Jacuzzi
    • Masaje
    • Baño termal

    Instalaciones para los huéspedes discapacitados

    • Habitaciones/ instalaciones para personas de movilidad reducida

    Características de la habitación

    • Aire acondicionado en habitación
    • Caja fuerte en la habitación
    • Minibar
    • Habitaciones adyacentes
    • Zona de estar
    • Zona vestidor
    • Patio
    • Terraza
    • Servicio de té/ café
    • Servicio de coberturas de la cama
    • Servicio de plancha

    Características del dormitorio

    • Carta de almohadas
    • Edredón

    Características del cuarto de baño

    • Bañera
    • Secador
    • Artículos de baño gratis
    • Teléfono en el baño

    Aparatos

    • Televisor LCD
    • Televisión por cable/ satélite
    • Teléfono estacionario
    • Reproductor de CD
    • Radio despertador AM/FM

    Servicios generales

    • Hotel para no fumadores
    • Ascensor
    • Puesto de regalos/prensa

    Mascotas

    • Se permiten mascotas

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    • Atracciones locales
    • Inglecan S.L

      1,1 km

    • Playa de la Enramada

      1 km

    • Aqualand

      2,1 km

    • Activate Sports Club

      750 m

    • Chiringuito del Mirador

      500 m

    • la playa de Fanabe

      500 m

    • El Castillo del Duque

      500 m

    • Playa De Fanabe

      500 m

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    Habitaciones y disponibilidad

    Las unidades están diseñadas con decoración en estilo moderno. Los cuartos de baño, que ofrecen instalaciones como un secador de pelo y albornoces, también cuentan con un aseo separado.

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    9/10

    Una estancia especial. Está a 2 minutos del Puerto Colon.

    7/10

    En bahia del duque pasamos unos días excelentes. A un paseo de Fanabe Beach.

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    Bahia del Duque in Adeje, Spain

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    5. 0 star property

    4.6/5 Wonderful

    Top rated for staff & service (4.7/5)

    Popular amenities

    • Pool
    • Free WiFi
    • Breakfast included
    • Pet friendly
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

    Avenida Bruselas s/n, Adeje, Tenerife, 38660

    Explore the area

    • Popular LocationEl Duque Beach9 min walk
    • Popular LocationFanabe Beach3 min drive
    • Popular LocationLa Caleta National Park8 min drive
    • AirportTenerife (TFS-Tenerife South)21 min drive

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    About this area

    Adeje

    Located on the beach, Bahia del Duque is in Costa Adeje, a neighborhood in Adeje. El Puertito and Medieval Adventure at Castillo San Miguel are local landmarks, and the area’s natural beauty can be seen at La Caleta National Park and Fanabe Beach. Traveling with kids? Consider Siam Park and Camel Park. Discover the area’s water adventures with kayaking and scuba diving nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with hiking/biking trails and mountain biking.

    What’s nearby
    • El Beril – 7 min walk

    • El Duque Beach – 9 min walk

    • Fanabe Beach – 2 min drive

    • Playa La Caleta – 7 min drive

    • La Caleta National Park – 8 min drive

    Getting around
    Restaurants
    • La Torre del Mirador – 7 min walk

    • Sobo – 8 min walk

    • Sucas – 9 min walk

    • San Marco – 9 min walk

    • Coqueluche Beach Bar – 18 min walk

    About this property

    Bahia del Duque

    5-star luxury resort in the heart of Costa Adeje

    You can look forward to a free breakfast buffet, a terrace, and a coffee shop/cafe at Bahia del Duque. Active travelers can enjoy aerobics, Pilates, and racquetball/squash at this resort. Take some time to relax at the onsite spa. Be sure to enjoy a meal at any of the 8 onsite restaurants, which feature French cuisine and ocean views.
    Yoga classes are offered at the health club; the property also has a garden, a playground, and an arcade/game room. In addition to dry cleaning/laundry services and car rentals on site, guests can connect to free in-room WiFi.

    You’ll also enjoy perks such as:

    • 5 outdoor pools and a children’s pool, with sun loungers and pool umbrellas
    • 2 outdoor tennis courts, express check-in, and free newspapers
    • A front desk safe, tour/ticket assistance, and a banquet hall
    • Smoke-free premises, a ballroom, and a 24-hour front desk
    • Guest reviews give good marks for the helpful staff

    Room features

    All guestrooms at Bahia del Duque offer perks such as premium bedding and air conditioning, as well as amenities like free WiFi and safes. Guests reviews give good marks for the comfortable rooms at the property.

    Extra amenities include:

    • Tubs or showers, hair dryers, and shampoo
    • HDTVs with digital channels
    • Daily housekeeping and phones

    Awards and affiliations

    Green / Sustainable Property
    This property participates in Biosphere, a program that measures the property’s impact on one or more of the following: environment, community, cultural-heritage, the local economy.

    The property is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World.

    Languages

    English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish

    Cleaning and safety practices

    Enhanced cleanliness measures

    Disinfectant is used to clean the property

    High-touch surfaces are cleaned and disinfected

    Sheets and towels are washed at 60°C/140°F or hotter

    Follows regional cleaning and disinfection practices of Safe Tourism Certified (Spain)

    Social distancing

    Contactless check-in and check-out

    Protective shields in place at main contact areas

    Guest rooms kept vacant for 24 hours between stays

    Social distancing measures in place

    Safety measures

    Personal protective equipment worn by staff

    Temperature checks given to staff

    Temperature checks available for guests

    Hand sanitizer provided

    This information is provided by our partners.

    Property amenities

    Internet

    • Available in all rooms: Free WiFi

    • Available in some public areas: Free WiFi

    Parking and transportation

    Food and drink

    • Free buffet breakfast available daily 7:00 AM–10:00 AM

    • 8 restaurants and 1 coffee shop/cafe

    • 1 bar

    • Room service available

    Restaurants on site

    • Sua

    • Bernegal

    • La Brasserie

    • La Trattoria

    • Beach Club

    Things to do

    Family friendly

    Conveniences

    Guest services

    • 24-hour front desk

    • Daily housekeeping

    • Dry cleaning service

    • Laundry facilities

    • Luggage storage

    • Tennis lessons

    • Tour/ticket assistance

    • Wedding services

    Business services

    • Business center

    • Meeting room

    Outdoors

    • Beachfront location

    • Garden

    • Pool sun loungers

    • Pool umbrellas

    • Terrace

    • Spa open daily

    Accessibility

    • If you have requests for specific accessibility needs, please contact the property using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.

    • In-room accessibility (select rooms)

    • Wheelchair accessible (may have limitations)

    • Smoke-free property

    Room amenities

    Bedroom

    Bathroom

    • Bathtub or shower

    • Hair dryer

    • Shampoo

    • Soap

    • Toilet paper

    Entertainment

    • Digital channels

    • TV

    Food and drink

    • Minibar

    • Phone

    • Safe

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    Check-in

    Check-in from 3 PM – noon

    Express check-in

    Check-out

    Check-out before 11:30 AM

    Express check-out

    Special check-in instructions

    Front desk staff will greet guests on arrival

    Access methods

    Staffed front desk

    Pets stay free

    Up to 22 lbs

    Food and water bowls are available

    Children and extra beds

    Children are welcome

    Rollaway/extra beds are available for EUR 70.0 per day

    Property payment types

    Important information

    Optional extras

    • Rollaway bed fee: EUR 70.0 per day

    The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

    You need to know

    Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy

    Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges

    Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed

    This property accepts credit cards and cash

    Be prepared: check the latest COVID-19 travel requirements and measures in place for this destination before you travel.

    We should mention

    Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 1000, due to national regulations; for further details, please contact the property using information in the booking confirmation

    Property is also known as

    Bahia Duque

    Bahia Gran Duque

    Gran Bahia Del Duque

    Gran Bahia Del Duque Adeje

    Gran Bahia Duque

    Gran Hotel Bahia Del Duque Resort

    Gran Hotel Bahia Del Duque Resort Adeje

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    Overall score and ratings

    4. 6

    Wonderful

    Rating 5 – Excellent. 218 out of 294 reviews

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    5 – Excellent 74%

    Rating 4 – Good. 52 out of 294 reviews

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    52

    4 – Good 18%

    Rating 3 – Okay. 17 out of 294 reviews

    3 – Okay

    17

    3 – Okay 6%

    Rating 2 – Poor. 7 out of 294 reviews

    2 – Poor

    7

    2 – Poor 2%

    Rating 1 – Terrible. 0 out of 294 reviews

    1 – Terrible

    1 – Terrible 0%

    4.6/5

    Cleanliness

    4.7/5

    Staff & service

    4.6/5

    Amenities

    4.5/5

    Property conditions & facilities

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    5/5 Excellent
    Petra, London

    Traveled with partner

    Sep 12, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    Stunning hotel with beautiful gardens and landscaped pools. Outstanding restaurants serving a variety of cuisines to an impressively high standard. Staff are genuinely friendly and very helpful. Particularly appreciated the option to have breakfast served to the room.

    Stayed 14 nights in Aug 2022

    2/5 Poor
    ALEXIS

    Aug 28, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    Staff and management should be more mindful of guest needs. When we would ask for a special request, answer was immediately no. They would eventually accommodate but only after we show discontent. Staff should first listen to guest needs and then find a solution.

    Stayed 2 nights in Aug 2022

    5/5 Excellent
    Natercia

    Traveled with family and small children

    Aug 27, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    Nice hotel

    Stayed 3 nights in Aug 2022

    5/5 Excellent
    Alireza

    Traveled with family

    Jul 24, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    I traveled around europe and north america, mexico, hawaii and never saw a service like this
    The best staff
    The best breakfast
    The best room service
    Clean
    We will be back for sure

    Stayed 3 nights in Jul 2022

    5/5 Excellent
    Jacqueline

    Traveled with family

    Jul 13, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    This hotel is in the perfect position for the beautiful beach and some amazing restaurants and shops. There is no need for a car. The hotel staff are amazing and very welcoming. We had once again a wonderful holiday there and will defintely return soon.

    Stayed 5 nights in Jul 2022

    5/5 Excellent
    Victoria Jane

    Traveled with family

    Jul 10, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    The hotel was fabulous, from the staff, the choice at breakfast and the restaurants were outstanding.
    The room was very comfortable, great gym and nightly entertainment. We will definitely go back next year.

    Stayed 6 nights in Jul 2022

    5/5 Excellent
    Samantha Kate Perdita

    Traveled with family

    Jun 20, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    Outstanding

    Stayed 6 nights in Jun 2022

    3/5 Okay
    Alex

    Traveled with partner

    Jun 19, 2022

    Liked: Staff & service, amenities

    The hotel is in a great location with great facilities but the rooms are dark and getting tired and dated. We didn’t get given a room upgrade with our VIP status until we pushed for it as they said they hadn’t been informed. The Spa benefit was just access to the jacuzzi and sauna not actually a treatment so we didn’t use them. The staff however were great and it’s a fantastic site and location.

    Stayed 4 nights in Jun 2022

    5/5 Excellent
    Colin

    Jun 17, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    Stayed 5 nights in Jun 2022

    5/5 Excellent
    Stephen

    May 28, 2022

    Liked: Cleanliness, staff & service, amenities, property conditions & facilities

    Stayed 10 nights in May 2022

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    • Aqualand – 2. 1 km
    • Playa De Fanabe – 500 m
    • The Corner Shopping Center – 500 m
    • Inglecan S.L – 1.1 km
    • Enramada Beach – 1 km
    • Activate Sports Club – 750 m
    • Centro Comercial San Miguel I – 850 m

    Airports

    • Tenerife Sur – 21 km

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    Facilities

    Main

    • Non-smoking property
    • Wi-Fi
    • Parking
    • Safe deposit box
    • 24-hour reception
    • Express check-in/ -out
    • Pets allowed
    • Rooms/ Facilities for disabled
    • Luggage storage
    • Lift
    • Currency exchange
    • Gift/Newsstand
    • Hairdresser
    • Beauty salon
    • Multilingual staff

    Dining

    • Continental breakfast
    • Restaurant
    • Snack bar
    • Bar/ Lounge area
    • Coffee/Tea in lobby
    • Buffet breakfast
    • Packed lunches

    Leisure

    • Outdoor swimming pool
    • Beach access
    • Casino
    • Night club
    • Entertainment
    • Garden area
    • Leisure/ TV room
    • Spa & wellness centre
    • Solarium
    • Sauna
    • Turkish bath
    • Jacuzzi
    • Massage
    • Fitness centre
    • Kayaking
    • Diving
    • Snorkelling
    • Boating
    • Hiking
    • Horseback riding
    • Cycling
    • Tennis court
    • Golf course
    • Billiard tables
    • Table tennis
    • Squash
    • Fitness studio
    • Fishing
    • Hot spring bath

    Services

    • Paid airport shuttle
    • 24-hour room service
    • Housekeeping
    • Car hire
    • Bicycle hire
    • Laundry
    • Dry cleaning
    • Tours/Ticket assistance
    • Medical facilities service
    • Shops/Commercial services
    • Bell staff/Porter
    • Business centre
    • Meeting/ Banquet facilities
    • Fax/Photocopying

    Room Comforts

    • In-room air conditioning
    • In-room safe
    • Mini-bar
    • Adjoining rooms
    • Sitting area
    • Dressing area
    • Patio
    • Terrace
    • Tea and coffee facilities
    • Turndown service
    • Ironing facilities
    • Bathtub
    • Hair dryer
    • Free toiletries
    • Bathroom telephone
    • Pillow menu
    • Down comforter
    • Flat-screen TV
    • Cable/ Satellite television
    • Direct dial telephone
    • CD player
    • AM/FM alarm clock
    • Babysitting/Child services
    • Children’s pool
    • Children’s play area
    • Kids club
    • Game room
    • Wi-Fi
    • 24-hour services
    • Express check-in/ -out
    • Swimming Pool
    • Private beach
    • Fitness/Gym
    • Sports activities
    • Spa and relaxation

    Policies

    Check-in: from 15:00 until 23:59

    Check-out: from 11:00 until 12:00

    Frequently asked questions

    • The nearest airport is Tenerife Sur and it is located within 18 minutes’ drive.

    • Yes, Bahia Del Duque Hotel can arrange airport shuttle.

    • Bahia Del Duque Hotel is placed within just 25 minutes’ walk from the centre of Costa Adeje.

    • Bahia Del Duque Hotel lies next to El Duque Beach.

    • Guests can go to a nearby restaurant Sua for a taste of European and Spanish cuisine.

    • No, pets are not allowed at Bahia Del Duque Hotel Costa Adeje. Please contact the hotel representatives to learn more about the exact terms and conditions of this property.

    • At Bahia Del Duque you can pay using American Express, Visa and Mastercard.

    • The price for a room at Bahia Del Duque starts at €410.

    • Facilities available in Bahia Del Duque Hotel are represented by a sauna, a health club and a patio.

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    A traditional Canarian village style hotel, Bahia Del Duque is a select property which is set within extensive tropical gardens with direct access to El Duque beach and the promenade of Costa Adeje.

    An attentive approach to service that is prevalent in the Canary Islands, means guests are treated like friends. Entertainment is top of the agenda in the evenings, with live musical shows.

    As for the food, there is certainly lots of choice – from the basque steak house SUA to delicious Italian touches in La Trattoria and fresh seafood specialities at the Beach Club. Guests may also enjoy the cuisine at the modern and elegant Alisios Market Food Restaurant, French Brasserie by Pierre Resimont, new Michelin-star restaurant NUB, situated in the Villas area, and the new Japanese Kensei located by the lake.

    Rooms and suites in this Tenerife hotel and the more exclusive Casas Ducales area of the resort are typically Spanish, offering homely and comfortable living spaces. All of the rooms in the Casa Sofia building have recently been refurbished to reflect a slick new contemporary styling. The luxury Las Villas, each with their own plunge pool and butler service, are ideal for those wanting the convenience of a resort hotel but with trendy, villa style living.

    There is a host of sporting activities available including water sports on the beach, tennis, pitch & putt (on site), paddle tennis and a choice of five of the best golf courses in the area.

    Those in search of some pampering will love the indulgent and beautiful Thalasotherapy Spa Bahía del Duque. This elegant spa offers unique treatments, exclusive rituals and physiotherapist consultancy with luxurious surroundings set in stunning gardens.

    Children will love the El Duqui Kid’s Club and Teenager Club whilst suites in the main hotel offer the perfect accommodation choice for families.

    346 rooms, suites and 40 villas

    Food & Drink

    Bahia Del Duque has eight restaurants, six bars and six snack bars to enjoy.


    El Bernegal


    Diversity of Buffets. Restaurant and Terrace with show cooking and daily breakfast service.


    La Brasserie


    French cuisine in an environment full of charm and colour. La Brasserie presents a new menu designed by two Michelin star chef, Pierre Résimont. This new menu aims at balancing textures and seasonal ingredients to give originality and freshness to each dish. The Belgian chef, together with Joseba Llarena and Eliana Real have created a new universe of flavours on quality products, creative sauces and dressings.


    La Hacienda


    A different gastronomic proposal with the colourful Latin environment. A gastronomic tour can be made through the cuisine of three continents.


    La Trattoria


    Italian restaurant with a warm, private atmosphere. It has a full range of traditional dishes and an excellent selection of fresh pasta. You can enjoy shows in the evening from the terrace.


    Café La Bahía


    With an unrivalled view of the ocean, this bar offers a highly varied, light menu of sandwiches, salads, pizzas, fish and meat.


    Burger Bar Azul


    A wide selection of hamburgers, salads, snacks and sandwiches with a stunning sea view.


    Beach Club


    The Beach Club offers the best of Mediterranean cuisine. Rice dishes, fresh fish and a variety of sea food to be enjoyed with stunning views of the sea.


    Beach Club Bar


    A large terrace hanging over the central pool. To enjoy all kinds of drinks


    Bar Hall


    Situated opposite the Central Reception, it is the perfect place to have a coffee while enjoying the impressive dome that covers the Resort lobby.


    Piano Bar


    Fantastic atmosphere where they offer cocktails and live music and shows.


    La Zumeria


    Natural fruit juices to your taste, next to the sea-water pool and on the Sea-Front Promenade of Playa del Duque.


    Wine Bar


    A select menu with renowned national and international wines enables the lovers of great wines to enjoy each glass. Between corks and bottles, its original decoration recreates the atmosphere of modern wine cellars.


    Sports Lounge


    The perfect place to enjoy all and any sporting events. Wide variety of Spanish and international beers. Check opening times, depending on sporting events.


    La Gomera Terrace


    Situated on the Sea Front Promenade, on the ground floor of La Hacienda. Latin atmosphere and cocktail lounge that clearly takes its inspiration from South America and the Caribbean.


    La Heladería


    Home-made ice-cream made from natural produce and a wide variety of flavours.


    Alisios Market Food


    Alisios Market Food is a modern and elegant restaurant in which chef Lucas Ordóñez perfectly fuses market products with haute cuisine, creating a menu based on fresh and seasonal ingredients.


    SUA


    The intensity of the embers, the smoky aromas and the exquisite raw material bring you the most authentic aspects of Basque cuisine in this modern culinary space.


    La Brasserie Terrace


    Relax and unwind at this wonderful terrace next to the pool. Offers a spectacular menu of elaborate snacks, healthy dishes and delicious home-made desserts.


    Bahia del Duque Beach


    Between the fine white sand of Playa del Duque, the Chiringuito awaits you, a place with privileged views towards the island of La Gomera. Feel the gentle sea breeze whilst enjoying a cocktail.


    BDB Norte


    At BDB Norte, you can experience a wonderful day at the beach. Offers an exquisite menu and the sound of the best chill out music.

    Childcare

    Children of all ages are welcome at Bahia Del Duque. Babysitting is also available upon request.


    Duqui Club

    Children (age 4-12 years) can wander through bridges and passageways, gardens and swimming pools, into a fantasy world where the resort’s skilled entertainment team make every moment an adventure for your young ones.


    Teen Lounge

    Inspired by the California surfing lifestyle, this lounge offers the perfect hangout for teenagers with games, a PlayStation, a Wii and a relaxation area with a television. The Teen Club with chill out zone, video games and table football.



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    Rooms

    There are 346 rooms, 58 suites and 40 private villas to choose from at Bahia Del Duque.


    Deluxe Room Garden View

    The Deluxe (garden view) rooms are distributed among 21 houses, each one with a different environment in which everything has been set in order to offer maximum comfort. Facilities include; Internet access, LCD Television, Mini Bar, Safe, Air conditioning.


    Deluxe Room Sea View

    The Deluxe (sea view) rooms are distributed among 21 houses, each one with a different environment in which everything has been set in order to offer maximum comfort. Facilities include; Internet access, LCD Television, Mini Bar, Safe, Air conditioning.


    Junior Suite Garden View

    Junior Suites (garden view) can be equipped with either twin or king beds. All have a balcony or a terrace with views over the lush subtropical gardens of the hotel. Facilities include; Access to the Internet access, LCD Television, Audio CD player, Mini Bar, Safe, Bathtub and shower, Air conditioning.



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    Junior Suite Sea View

    Junior Suites can be equipped with either twin or king beds. All have a balcony or a terrace with magnificent views over the Atlantic Ocean. Facilities include; Access to the Internet access, LCD Television, Audio CD player, Mini Bar, Safe, Bathtub and shower, Air conditioning.


    Suite Garden View

    Suites have been carefully designed to provide harmony and space. A perfect accommodation for family or friends with the greatest comfort. All suites have a balcony or a terrace, with views over the lush subtropical gardens of the hotel.


    Suite Sea View

    Suites have been carefully designed to provide harmony and space. A perfect accommodation for family or friends with the greatest comfort. All suites have a balcony or a terrace with magnificent views over the Atlantic Ocean.


    Ducal Room Garden View

    Casas Ducales rooms combine the environment and personalised service of traditional hotels with state of the art technology, sophisticated amenities in rooms and a modern decoration. These rooms have garden views. Facilities include; Canopy beds, Internet access, LCD Television, Audio CD player, bathtub and shower, toiletries by Heno de Pravia, Mini Bar, Safe, Air conditioning.


    Ducal Room Sea View

    Casas Ducales rooms combine the environment and personalised service of traditional hotels with state of the art technology, sophisticated amenities in rooms and a modern decoration. These rooms have sea views. Facilities include; Canopy beds, Internet access, LCD Television, Audio CD player, bathtub and shower, toiletries by Heno de Pravia, Mini Bar, Safe, Air conditioning.


    Ducal Junior Suite Garden View

    All Casas Ducales Junior Suites (garden view) have terraces or balconies with splendid views over of the lush subtropical gardens of the hotel. Facilities include; Canopy beds, Internet access, LCD Television, Audio CD player, bathtub and shower, toiletries by Heno de Pravia, Mini Bar, Safe, Air conditioning.


    Ducal Junior Suite Sea View

    All Casas Ducales Junior Suites (sea view) have terraces or balconies with splendid views over the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Facilities include; Canopy beds, Internet access, LCD Television, Audio CD player, bathtub and shower, toiletries by Heno de Pravia, Mini Bar, Safe, Air conditioning.



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    Ducal Suite Garden View

    All Casas Ducales Suites (garden view) have wide terraces. Facilities include; Canopy beds, Internet access, LCD Television, Audio CD player, bathtub and shower, toiletries by Heno de Pravia, Mini Bar, Safe, Air conditioning.



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    Ducal Suite Sea View

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    Villas Las Retamas

    170m2, one bedroom, one bathroom, spacious living room-dining room, kitchenette. All this is laid out on two floors, with its own garden and swimming pool.



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    103m2, one bedroom, one bathroom, spacious living room-dining room, kitchenette. All this is laid out on a single floor, with its own garden and swimming pool.



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    194m2, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, spacious living room-dining room, kitchenette. All this is laid out on a single floor, with its own garden and swimming pool.

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    Bahia del Duque, Adeje – Updated 2022 Prices

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    Enjoy great service at Bahia del Duque

    Overlooking Tenerife’s Duque Beach, this luxurious hotel complex is surrounded by 6 hectares of subtropical gardens. It offers 5 outdoor pools, a fitness center and stylish rooms with a private balcony.

    At the Bahía del Duque, you can choose between modern rooms and luxurious villas. All rooms have an LCD TV, satellite TV, bathrobe and slippers.

    Gran Bahía del Duque has 8 restaurants, including Italian and Oriental cuisine. There are also 7 bars at your disposal, including a beach bar and a juice bar.

    The hotel offers numerous leisure activities, including aerobics and whale watching. It features a tennis court, table tennis and a botanical walking trail.

    Adeje Golf Course and Siam Water Park are approximately 5 minutes’ drive from Bahía Duque. You can drive to Tenerife Sur Airport in about 15 minutes.

    This is our guests’ favorite part of Adeje, according to independent reviews.

    Couples especially like the location – they rated accommodation in the area for a trip as a couple at 9.4 .

    Bahia del Duque has been welcoming Booking.com guests since Mar 30, 2009.

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    Most Popular Amenities & Services

    1 swimming pool

    Free WiFi

    Free parking

    Beach (first line)

    Spa and wellness center

    Currency exchange. Need money in local currency? There is an exchange office here.

    Benefits of this option


    Located in the top-rated area in Adeje, this property is located in the top-rated area. Excellent location score: 9,5

    Buffet


    Free private parking on site

    Tennis court

    Fitness Centre

    Fishing

    Please select dates to see availability and prices.

    Room Type

    Capacity

    Superior Double or Twin Room with Ocean View

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    Suite Ocean View

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    Villa “La Palmera”

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    Two -seater number Dlux with 1 bed or 2 separate beds

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    • Affordable prices

    • Security

    • Booking management online

    • Staff speaks Russian

    • Great facilities and location for 9 couples0015

    The closest beaches

    • DUKA Beach

      8.5 Very good beach

      300 m from the Option option

    • Fanyaba Beach

      8.3 Very good beach

      600 m from the placement option

      9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 Enramada beach

      7.6 Nice beach

      900 m from property

    • Torviscas beach

      8.3 Very nice beach

      1. 1 km from property

    • Pinta Beach

      8.2 Very nice beach

      1.6 km from the property

    • El Varadero Beach

      9.1 Very nice beach

      170037 km from the property

    • Los Morteros Beach

      8.2 Very nice beach

      2 km from property

    • Diego Hernandez Beach

      8.0 Very nice beach

      2.4 km from property0003

      Bobo Beach

      8.2 Very nice beach

      2.5 km from property

    • Playa de Troya Beach

      8.3 Very nice beach

      2.8 km from property 9005

    FAQ about property

    See what other guests are asking to learn more about this property.

    Staff usually respond within a few days

    • Hello.
      We would like to book the villa for 7 days from December 12th. We have 3 children however so would it be possible for our youngest to sleep in a large bed with us or could you provide 3 extra single beds. Many thanks

      Dear Sir, Your family consists of 2 adults and 3 children, you can book our highest category Villa which is Villa MIMOSA.
      The cost of staying at the bed and breakfast is 2696 euros per night.
      Sincerely,
      Maria Garcia

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      All distances are measured in a straight line. Actual distance may vary.

        Restaurant

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        Dinner,
        Dinner

      Most Popular Amenities & Services

      1 swimming pool

      Free WiFi

      Free parking

      Beach (first line)

      Spa and wellness center

      Outdoors

      • Beach (first line)

      • Terrace

      • Garden

      Pets

      Pets are allowed on prior request. There is no additional charge.

      Sports and recreation

      • Beach

      • Kids Club

      • Mini golf

      • Snorkelling
        Additional charge

      • Squash

      • Horse riding
        Additional charge

      • Diving
        Additional charge

      • Cycling

      • Hiking trails

      • Table tennis

      • Billiards

      • Children’s playground

      • Playroom

      • Fishing
        Additional charge

      • Tennis court

      Food and drink

      • Snack bar

      • Breakfast in the room

      • Bar

      • Restaurant

      Internet

      WiFi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

        Parking

        Free private parking on site (reservation is not needed) .

          Reception desk

          • Luggage storage

          • Tourist office

          • Currency exchange

          • Express check-in/out

          • 24-hour front desk

          Entertainment and family services

          • Babysitting / childcare services

          Cleaning services

          • Daily cleaning

          • Ironing services

          • Dry cleaning

          • Laundry

          Business center services

          • Fax/Photocopying

          • Business Center

          • Conference/banquet room

          Security

          • Safe

          • Pet bowls

          • Pet bed

          • Airport shuttle (additional charge)

          • Transfer (additional charge)

          • Smoking areas

          • Air conditioner

          • Car rental

          • Packed lunches

          • Elevator

          • Barber/beauty shop

          • Non-smoking rooms

          • Room service

          Open pool

            Health services

            • Hot thermal spring
              Additional charge

            • Turkish bath
              Additional charge

            • Massage
              Additional charge

            • Spa and wellness center
              Additional charge

            • Solarium

            • Fitness center

            • Sauna
              Additional charge

            The staff speaks these languages

            • German

            • English

            • Spanish

            • French

            • Italian

            • Dutch

            • Russian

            Sustainability Initiatives

            Special measures are taken here to make travel conscious and environmentally friendly.

            check in

            From 15:00

            Departure

            11:30 – 12:00

            Cancel/
            prepayment

            Cancellation and prepayment policies vary depending on the type of option chosen.
            Please enter your dates of stay and review the booking conditions for the requested room.

            Beds for children

            Child Policy

            Children aged 1 and up are allowed.

            Children aged 13 and over are considered adults at this property.

            To see exact prices and availability, please enter the number of children in your group and their age when searching.

            Crib and extra bed policy

            Baby cot on request

            Is free

            Extra bed on request

            € 70 per child per night

            Additional services are not automatically included in the total price and must be paid separately during your stay.

            The maximum number of extra beds and baby cots depends on the room selected. Check its terms and conditions to find out the maximum capacity.

            All cots and extra beds are subject to availability.

            Age limit

            Minimum entry age: 18 years old

            Pets

            Is free!
            Pets are allowed on request. There is no additional charge.

            Cards accepted by the property

            Bahia del Duque accepts these cards and reserves the right to temporarily hold an amount prior to arrival.

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              The shape of the island of Tenerife is usually compared with a duck. Capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife
              head, this is the north, here is Loro Park and Puerto de la Cruz. According to the old rule of health,
              the Tenerife duck keeps its head in the cold, and its feet are warm at the feet of the south, the resort noise,
              the most famous beaches. The Teide volcano is in the middle, it is in the stomach.

              Head

              The north is the ocean, black and gray beaches covered with rocks, forests, fogs, morning chill,
              calm cities. Although the northern part of the island is much larger than the southern part, in the north everything
              one third of hotel rooms. Some Russians love Puerto de la Cruz because there are few
              Russians. Puerto de la Cruz is a calm resort town on a mountainside, it is not at all
              reminiscent of the villages of the southern coast stuck together in a strip. Box hotels in Puerto de la Cruz
              compactly crowded in the eastern part and do not spoil the overall impression. Historical part
              cities are west. Long, half an hour walk, beautiful pedestrian Columbus Street (Avemda
              de Colon) goes from the west along the promenade, past elegant bars, restaurants and discos, and
              then it rises steeply and disappears among the hotels and parks. Ancient houses in the city
              few, but many oleanders and thick palms.

              From 15 to 20 July, Puerto de la Cruz remembers that it was not long ago a fishing town,
              and the remaining fishermen hold celebrations in honor of Our Lady of Carmen. Statue of a virgin
              they carry her out of the cathedral, and the fishermen insult her in every possible way. It is believed that the more nasty things
              you tell the maiden, the more successful the catch will be. In normal times, old fishermen sit on their favorite
              the townspeople of Piazza Charco, smoking Canarian cigars and talking about football. Cigars are light, with
              mild, non-depressing aroma, they smoke them inhalingly. It’s cool in the north in the morning, the air
              warms up only to eleven, and then vacationers go to the beach. They are going, because
              many hotels are on the mountain, far from the ocean. Celebrities visiting the city
              stay at the aristocratic Hotel Botanico. Here in the presidential suite
              visited the king and queen of Spain, Michael Jackson and one of our oligarchs, an avid
              botany lover. The hotel is owned by a German, so there are a lot of elderly Germans in Botanico who
              they can’t stand the noise and don’t go to the ocean, but they spend the whole day walking in the hotel park and swimming
              in a pool with artificial sea water.

              Hotel Tigaiga Tenerife is also located far from the coast, but it is also always full. Tigaiga
              attracts tourists by the fact that it is built without the slightest synthetics. The hotel arranges
              folklore performances with Canarian wrestling, music and dance. canarian music
              different from Spanish, it is slower and sadder, because in the old days the Canarians lived very
              poor and emigrated by the thousands. Typical Canarian instrument small five-stringed
              guitar “timple”, there is no romance in its sounds, but with an excess of nostalgia and sadness about unfulfilled dreams
              youth. Artists perform in traditional Canarian clothes, that is, they are not dressed for the weather.
              warm and thick. In the old days, poor Canarians wore one-layer clothes, one socks, one
              trousers, one shirt. And the rich dressed in layers, like Moscow homeless people, put on
              themselves with all the clothes they had. Canarian wrestling was not invented by the Spaniards, but by the “wild”
              aboriginal Guanches. Grabbing each other by their underpants, the wrestlers try to throw and push
              opponent from the circle.

              The beaches in the vicinity of Puerto de la Cruz are narrow, gray and black volcanic sand.
              Playa Martmez in the city center, Playa Jardin on the western outskirts. Most vacationers
              prefers pools located on the shore with running sea water. To all Canaries
              beaches entrance is free, money is taken for the rental of sun loungers and umbrellas. Entrance to seaside
              swimming pools – 200 pesetas. Russians who got to the north, as a rule, rent cars or
              take a taxi to deserted beaches between the cities of Puerto de la Cruz and Garachico, the most
              the most popular of these beaches is Playa del Socorro. This is a small beach under a rocky cliff.
              The sand from a distance seems completely black, but close up you can see that it is very clean, like water.
              Many argue which sand is better black, volcanic, or yellow, ordinary. On the beaches
              Canary is not an idle question. There are natural beaches and with sand brought from
              Dominican Republic or mined from the bottom of the ocean by an excavator. By own
              black sand feels less sticky to wet feet, but more pungent.

              In the city of Orotava, ancient buildings have been preserved. There are many beautiful hanging balconies from
              Canarian pine. On one of the old streets is visited by tourists “House of Balconies”
              with souvenir shops in the courtyard. Of other attractions, the former
              Masonic palace and mausoleum with a park in pseudo-Versailles style. Orotava is also known as
              the center of carpets made of volcanic sand and flowers. Loro Park has the world’s largest
              a collection of parrots, eleven of which speak Russian. Here you can see
              quality shows with dolphins, fur seals and parrots, and the local aquarium is comparable
              except with Eilat – around the glass tunnel through which visitors go, swim
              at least twenty different sharks. Opened this fall “Penguin Planet”
              advertised even on Russian television, there are no such number of penguins in
              one zoo in the world. Loro Park is open daily from 8.30 to 18.00, ticket price – 4000
              pesetas for the whole day, including the show. Tour guides tell visitors a story
              the emergence of the park. One day a German boy asked his father what kind of animal he should get.
              After thinking, the father advised to get a parrot. Firstly, the food is cheap, and secondly, you can
              teach German curses and take money from school friends for listening. Boy
              listened to wise advice and now he is the owner of the Botanique Hotel and Loro Park.

              Garachico is an ancient town through which fiery lava passed three hundred years ago. From that
              catastrophe, the remains of the old port have been preserved, on the site of which there is now a flower garden. near the fort
              there is a good fish restaurant on the shore, and right under the restaurant there is a natural lava pool,
              sea ​​water freely flows in and out through the porous cliffs. Garachico has an interesting
              a monument to an emigrant, a bronze man with a suitcase and a through hole instead of a heart.
              Canary islands of emigrants. At first, the Spanish authorities forcibly drove people here from
              mainland, then forced the Canarians to go to colonize America, at the end of the last century
              Canarians left voluntarily, in search of a better life. It’s nice to sit in the cafe “At the Emigrant”
              for half an hour over a glass of brandy and reflect on the vicissitudes of fate. Who would have thought,
              that the Canarians will live better than their compatriots on the mainland? So was it worth tearing out
              heart, leave your homeland and go to Uruguay, Chile, Colombia and Cuba? By the way, promotion
              Canarian emigration left Spain sideways: parents left Garachico for South America
              Simon Bolivar.

              In the capital of Tenerife, Santa Cruz, tourists go shopping near the port.
              shops with quality Spanish things. Santa Cruz is the center of the annual carnivals. AT
              In 2000, carnivals were held in Tenerife from February 18 to March 12, the program included balls,
              contests, processions and the mysterious “Sardine Funeral”.

              Legs

              The south is the tourist center of Tenerife, most tourists from Russia rest in the south. Here
              it is always sunny, the beaches are comfortable, long, familiar. Hotels, apartment complexes,
              restaurants, bars, pubs, shops, discos are in dense formation along the coast.
              A 7 km promenade stretches from Los Cristianos to the Bahia del Duque hotel.
              All the beaches of the south are artificial, filled with fine white sand extracted from the bottom of the ocean. Day
              rental of an umbrella 300 pesetas, an umbrella plus a sun lounger 600 pesetas.

              Los Cristianos is the closest beach to South Airport. It is visited by locals because they live
              nearby. The quarters of Los Cristianos are more or less like a living city, all the rest
              built specifically for holidaymakers. Las Vistas is a new beach, it is well protected from
              ocean waves with breakwaters, and so that the water does not stagnate too much, it is built in the middle
              the fountain. Las Americas is the most famous and most developed by Russians beach in Tenerife.
              Here are shops with expensive goods of dubious quality, pubs, fast food eateries and
              restaurants with goofy food. Here merchants try to speak Russian, meet
              Russian inscriptions, the restaurant “Marusya” functions.

              “Grand Hotel Bahia del Duc” – a small beach, an extension of Las Americas, but without shops
              and American kitsch. Here, close to the embankment, the territories of the best hotels in the south adjoin:
              “Jardin Tropical”, “Antelia Park” and “Grand Hotel Bahia del Duc”. Favorite hotel of the wealthy
              Russians, Bahia del Duque is located at the very end of the southern beach area. Hotel buildings lined up
              in the style of Canarian architecture of the beginning of the century, and luxury is fundamental and ubiquitous. Bahia
              del Duque is the only “five star de lux” in Tenerife. Sometimes they arrange
              interesting activities. For example, they spend weeks of reconciliation. Two years ago managers
              hotel brought together two hundred couples around the world who were going to get divorced. During
              stay at the hotel about 150 couples reconnected. Although, of course, no one knows
              how long the charm of Bahia del Duque has lasted.

              This year, Bahia del Duque has a powerful competitor-neighbor, a four-star hotel
              Anthelia Park, which we can safely recommend to readers – it is not seen
              shortcomings. The owners-architects themselves were engaged in construction and developed design,
              many interiors are quite suitable for their photographs to decorate design magazines.
              Of the special advantages of the hotel: a large swimming pool with sea water, which comes from
              depth of 70 meters, good beach, electronic locking system for doors, gates and gates,
              the best value for money in Tenerife.

              Excursions in Tenerife

              Sightseeing around the island – around or along the southern part, for the whole day without lunch – 5500 pesetas. On the
              Teide all day with lunch – $30, walking along the caldera $20. You can drive around the island
              schooner or large boat – with lunch for the whole day $30. Forty minutes in a submarine plus
              a small buffet and delivery to the place of departure by bus ~ $30. Ride on a luxury yacht
              six hours with lunch $35. Jeep safari – $35, if you wish, you can drive and
              ride in a caravan with an instructor at the forefront. Donkey safari – the same $ 35, and on
              donkeys will have to shake for an hour, and then there will be lunch. You can choose a camel safari.
              In the evening, tourists are taken to the Tenerife Palace Show, where flamenco is danced in the first part,
              and then a Parisian-style variety show, without dinner with a glass of champagne $33, with dinner $40.
              In “Fiesta Canaria” they give only folklore, but the price of the performance is the same with dinner $40.

              Las Palmas and Santa Cruz are connected by large speedboats during daylight hours.
              hydrofoils. The first “Rocket” departs from Site Cruz at 7.30, the ticket at this time is
              $100 round trip. “Rockets” run 4~5 times a day, off-peak price is $50. Daytime
              sightseeing tour to Homer’s Island on the “Rocket” $65. In 1 hour 20 minutes the same boat
              will deliver to Gran Canaria, a small excursion plus free time in Lae Palmas – $80.
              Lanzarote can only be reached by plane, the flight will last 40 minutes, panoramic
              tour with lunch $120. Planes are also transported to La Palma – $115. Excursions in Tenerife
              organized by different companies. If you book at the hotel, the prices will always be higher than exactly this
              the same tour, but booked at the street office.

              Wise Kitchen

              Guidebooks praise the Canarian cuisine as “homemade, simple, healthy”. I’m afraid, but Canarian
              Russians are unlikely to like the full kitchen. For example, in a good restaurant Los
              Paroles (Puerto de la Cruz) in response to a request for something authentic Canarian, chef
              brought out a huge aluminum pot filled to the brim with a brew of whole marrows,
              sweet and ordinary potatoes, carrots and beans. Rare pieces of meat floated in the brew,
              blood sausage and liver, as well as boiled garlic. All this the chef called
              dissonant name “puchero”. As they say in the guidebooks “Canary cuisine is very simple,
              but at the same time wise and has a wide range of sensations”…

              A Russian tourist from “wise” cuisine highlights jacket potatoes, mojo sauces and rabbit.
              Potatoes are not simple, but local, with a thick and durable skin, grown at a height not lower than
              900 meters. Such potatoes are boiled in steeply salted water, crystals appear on their uniforms,
              inside, the potatoes are not very salty and go well with octopuses, shrimps and sauerkraut
              fish “only”. Potatoes are usually dipped in mojo sauces. There are two types of them, red with pepper,
              spicy, and green with garlic, spicy. Both sauces are based on white wine and
              olive oil. Canary rabbit stew with salmorejo sauce for gourmets, in
              a cheap restaurant will ask for 1800 pesetas for a rabbit.

              Beef is always served barely cooked, with blood. If you ask to roast it, it becomes
              tough and impossible to eat. Canarians do not like soups and eat them only when it is cold.
              Potahé vegetable soup for an amateur vegetarian, also a purely Canarian invention, for
              On the mainland, this soup is not eaten at all. It is much more interesting to eat fish in seaside
              restaurants. Let’s walk along the embankment, take a closer look, where there are more people and locals sit
              and let’s go there. Let’s look at prices. Lunch with appetizers, fish and a glass of wine is unlikely to exceed
              2000 pesetas. If higher means an expensive restaurant, and the high cost of a restaurant is far from always
              depends on the quality of the dishes, rather on the place and props.

              The most expensive fish is “mero”, this is such a big bottom fool with an ugly muzzle, he
              very curious and kind – and, unfortunately, tasty. Also roads “ink”, a fish like
              sea ​​bass, but with fewer bones, and “lubina” – a predator like barracuda, but with
              more tender meat. “Vieja” is put in the first place by many gourmets for taste, but for
              The price is still in the middle of the list. Vieja tastes like bonito, but it has meat
              red like salmon. Cheap fish are flounder (large portion $8), tuna and
              bonites. Fish “burro” is not very appreciated, but it is tasty. All types of fish are cooked without fuss
              fried in olive oil over a quick fire and add the fried flour loved by the Canarians
              gofio. Dish with seven types of seafood: mussels, small shells, king prawns,
              regular shrimp, octopus, pieces of cuttlefish and lobster – $30. But gourmets should
              Keep in mind that, unlike fish, all seafood is imported. Octopuses are better
              grilled, not marinated, because they usually marinate large octopuses, and on
              they have a lot of slime.

              From cheap wines, it is better to take Canarian 1998 and 1996. Some restaurants offer
              young wines of the current vintage, not yet bottled, are the best choice, rosé
              “Taganana” 14-15 degrees intoxicated, but easy to drink. For those who count dry wines
              too sour, the famous “Malvasia”, a semi-sweet wine from Lanzarote
              grapes. Grapes for Malvasia are grown on volcanic sands and before pressing.
              lightly sun-dried. It may happen that there is no malvasia in the restaurant, then
              you need to ask for “semisweet” – and they will bring a similar wine from the mainland. If there is no desire
              tasting local wines, a sure-fire option is to order Rioja wines (“Rioja”) 1996
              year, in the store a bottle of this wine costs 600 pesetas.

              When it’s cold, Canarians drink honey with rum. After dinner, a very sweet banana liqueur or
              brandy. The Canaries are the only place in Spain where they drink as much beer as wine.
              The most common light Tenerife beer is Dorada, but Tropical is better. By the way,
              Russian beer lovers and even the British envy the Spaniards, because in their language beer has
              plural. It is written, for example, on the stall “cervezas” and it is immediately clear what is
              There are several varieties to choose from. Otherwise they write “beer” or “beer”, and go and know, maybe there
              and don’t go in. You go to “Beer”, and you: “Sorry, we only have Zhigulevskoye today”
              without too much assortment”. Or you go to “Beer”, and you: “Today we have only” Guinness ”
              delivered, if you don’t like it, get out”… Coffee in the Canary Islands is preferred like espresso, strong,
              but with condensed milk – cortado con leche condensada.

              Road to Teide

              A huge volcano has been sleeping since the Spaniards landed on the archipelago for five hundred years. AT
              good weather, Teide is visible from everywhere, but it looks especially beautiful from the ocean or from
              southwest coast of Gran Canaria. In the second week of rest, almost everyone has a desire
              climb the peak. A winding road leads to the foot of the volcano. Starts with the rise
              eucalyptus forest, then eucalyptus trees replace Canarian pines. Canarian pine is very durable,
              fire resistant and odorous. Previously, it was used in construction, but now trees are protected
              and make only souvenir houses and glasses. After 1000 meters it becomes damp, pines
              they thin out, mosses hang in tatters on the trunks, and malicious mistletoe nests in the crowns. At the mark
              1200 meters – eternal fog, occasionally you can see a mouflon here. Actually, animals
              The Canary Islands are few, once or twice in two weeks you will see a bat, a large, clumsy
              a lizard and, if you’re lucky, a whale.

              The fog is gone forever, there are no more trees. Willow-herb-like herb appears
              “teide”. At the entrance to the national park there is an astrophysical observatory. In January
              last year, the observatory was covered with snow, and scientists were evacuated by helicopters. For
              tourists snow blockages on the Teide a beautiful attraction: you swim in the ocean and look
              on a dazzling snow dome. Entry to the Cañadas del Teide National Park is free.
              The border is not marked, but if you pick up a stone, guards will appear from nowhere and
              politely asked to put the stone in its place.

              The beginning of the national park is the side of the huge, 26 kilometers in diameter, Cañadas crater, in
              in the center of which is the Teide cone. Cañadas is the second largest crater in the world
              second only to Tanzanian Ngorongoro. But if in the Tanzanian crater they graze
              thousands of herds of antelopes and giraffes, then in Cañadas lifeless, rearing, but
              amazingly beautiful lava desert. Obsidian veins glisten in the sun, underfoot
              fragments of bubbling gray lava crumble. On the edged slopes it can be seen that the layers of lava
              different colors – there are red, yellow, blue-black … Among the stones grow 57 plants,
              which are not found anywhere else. For example, a dirty-yellow shrub “retama” –
              they make perfume out of it. Tourists rub the leaves, and a disgusting smell comes from the retama
              smells of wormwood and spicy cheese at the same time.

              Tajinaste grass columns with small red flowers and Garcia rocks, remnant pillars from
              multi-colored tufa symbols of Tenerife. The rocks are in the middle of Cañadas del Teide Park,
              between the main tourist centers of the island, to Puerto de la Cruz – 50 kilometers, to
              Las Amencas beach – 52. Near the symbol, you can eat at the Paradores restaurant. AT
              the only building of the national park, except for the restaurant, is the hotel Canadas del
              Teide, people who suddenly decide to spend a day or two in a lava
              desert and admire the endless shadows at sunset. Directly from the hotel
              several hiking trails with a total length of 76 kilometers have been laid. Tourists take stock
              water and walk along a rocky road, looking at plants, caves in which shepherds lived, and
              other curiosities like the incredibly strong web of a local spider. If you are too lazy to walk,
              you can take a ride on the car of the park, you will have to leave it in the parking lot. Book excursions in
              the park is not allowed, this is done in advance, in one of the travel agencies.

              During the day, the winds are warm, but as soon as the sun disappears, the cold leans in. Already in October morning on
              altitude of 2300 meters is about zero, and by the evening minus three degrees. Every year several
              tourists leave the trail, stray and freeze from the cold. But death is too lazy to chase
              loners, death guards near the funicular. Every year 40-50 people get heart attacks
              during a trip to the top of Teide, because in ten minutes the height changes from 2300 to 3550
              meters! Considering that most tourists go up to the funicular in cars from the shore
              ocean, it becomes obvious that such a rapid climb is far from being possible for everyone.
              Posters warn that extreme elevation changes are bad for cores and the elderly, but
              Few refuse to rise.

              Hermit Augustine

              The world’s only inhabited Bandama crater is located 20 kilometers from Las Palmas,
              its depth is 200 meters, its diameter is a kilometer. In the very center of the crater in a small house lives
              55 year old peasant Agustin. He is a real Canarian: small in stature, with dark skin and
              blue eyes. He lives without a mirror, bath, washbasin, TV and radio. in the crater
              he was born, his parents lived here with ten children. Parents died, brothers and sisters
              left the crater, but Agustin remained. In his garden, he grows beans, potatoes, and in
              garden – oranges. He has many goats, dogs and one donkey. Once a week Augustine packs
              donkey and goes to the nearby market to sell the harvest. The rest of the time he talks to
              dogs and a donkey, and civilization only reminds of itself with golf balls nearby
              from the crater there is a golf course where the rich from Las Palmas play golf. He has thousands of balls
              and to everyone who goes down into the crater, Agustin gives the ball. Locals warn visitors
              visit the hermit that he loves beer, and the guests are brought to the crater “servesas”.

              Gran Canaria: scarlet sails, mummies and safe bullfighting

              Las Palmas is a large port city. In the past, our ships always stood here, but a few
              years ago, they began to charge for parking, and now ours enter only in case of emergency
              need. But on the streets near the port there are still shops with Russian signs,
              where Indians trade. However, Russians now prefer to shop in the pedestrian zone.
              quarter of Triana, and walk in the historic center of the city Vegeta. Worth a visit
              Museum of Columbus Casa de Colon – five hundred years old house of the governor, where the navigator
              stopped three times before his expeditions. The Museo Canario has a collection of skulls and mummies
              extinct Canary aborigines – the Guanches. The mummies were preserved much worse than the Egyptian ones, but
              smell worse. According to the skulls, scientists have established that there were two types of Guanches. Some had an elongated
              face, wide forehead, European nose and were tall people, others were broad-faced, but
              short and stocky. When asked if Sancho Panza is a typical representative
              Guanches, the museum worker could not answer.

              It is believed that the Guanches disappeared among the Spanish settlers, but some of them
              Indigenous Canarians inherited blue eyes. In this case, the first candidate
              living guanches are the hermit Agustin from Bandama crater. According to the exhibited in the museum
              props, the Guanches were definitely Berbers and Tuareg. Anyone can make sure
              in this, comparing Guanche pottery, fabric patterns and decorations with exactly the same, but
              now sold in the markets of Marrakech. After wandering around the city, you can swim right in
              modern center on the natural 7 km Las Canteras beach, the water is quite clear.
              The fish restaurants on the shore cook well, but the prices are above average. In the center of the island
              volcanic deserts, overgrown with outlandish milkweeds, tuff mountains filled with wild
              date palms, deep gorges, serpentines of highways, quiet towns and villages
              with a measured patriarchal life.

              Before the era of tourism, most Gran Canarians lived in the mountains, few lived on the coast. And life
              the mountains are harsh, the land is stony, dry, only prickly pear and prehistoric
              curiosity – semi-cactus-semi-shrub “tabaiba”. But for some reason, not harsh people live in the mountains, but
              kind and funny people. They smile heartily and do not think about tips, and some
              believe they don’t know what it is.

              An interesting innovation in Canary life is the Guanche cave fashion. More recently in the caves
              the poor and the losers lived, and now the caves are in great demand, only the cave
              complexes in mountainous areas and very small grottoes. The average cost of a repair
              caves for 60~70 sq. m. in a prestigious area $50,000. Wealthy Canarians buy a cave
              under the cottage and attach the house, it turns out stylishly. But in some places cave settlements can be
              see it in its ancient form – for example, in the mountain village of La Atalaya or in a seaside town
              Agaet. On the northern outskirts of Agaete, the “Finger of God” sticks out of the sea – deified by the Guanches
              and the most famous rock in Gran Canaria. By the way, in the guidebook “Window on the World” it is written that
              in Agaete and Galdar “the remaining Guanches live” unfortunately, this is not so.

              The best beaches are in the south. The most famous El Inglés and Maspalomas, eight
              kilometers of which are occupied by huge dunes. Mountains of sand brought from the Sahara by an insidious wind
              “sirocco”. Sirocco is not a natural disaster, and it is easy to survive it, but the smallest
              dust penetrates even through tightly closed shutters. There are many vacationers on Maspalomas at any
              the season, but there is enough space for everyone on the dunes, and nudists go unnoticed in the sandy pits.
              Palmitos Park is located 10 kilometers from Maspalomas, in the gorge. It doesn’t have shows like that.
              like in Loro Park, but much more trees and cacti, many butterflies and hummingbirds.
              Bullfighting has not been held in the Canary Islands for 30 years. But at Palmitos Park there is a small farm,
              where those who wish are dressed up in torero costumes, taught techniques, exclamations and poses and taken to battle
              a harmless bull, but they don’t give a muleta.

              Most of the hotels in Maspalomas are located far from the beach, but the sea water pools
              is everywhere, and the large four-star hotel Gloria Palace has, among others, and
              hydrotherapy pool with sea water and a variety of massage showers. Other resort
              point in the south – a former fishing village with a good beach and many hotels
              Playa de Arguineguin, the sunniest place on the island. Fishermen at 5-6 pm right on the beach
              they bring fish for sale – hurry to local restaurants! Twice a week, Wednesday and
              Saturday, in Arguineguin there is a large market with souvenirs, fruits, sausages, spices
              and all sorts of continental goods. On the outskirts of Arguineguin is the most famous
              Hotel Gran Canaria Steygenberger la Canaria. Very white and fine sand on the beach of the hotel
              brought from the Dominican Republic. The well-known
              billionaire adventurer, arms dealer Onan Khashoggi, Helmut Schmidt visits twice a year
              and Beckenbauer, occasionally – Steffi Graf and Anatoly Karpov. Spent two weeks here
              the inventor of the Rubik’s Cube and remained in the memory of the staff as the most greedy of the guests
              he always walked around in a single shirt and bought absolutely nothing for himself or his family.
              Hence the conclusion: if you are a famous person, have at least two shirts and give a couple of tips
              porter and porter. Obock with the main building – gray timeshare complex “Amphibich”, old
              the problem of gullible Russians.

              The tourist center of Puerto Rico has good roads, a pedestrian promenade over the sea and
              artificial white sand beach. Some vacationers walk along the promenade to the new beach
              with artificial sand Los Amadores, where the water is cleaner. From the port to boat trips
              boats, catamarans and brigantines with scarlet sails depart. Here moored
              to the Guinness Book of Records, the world’s largest catamaran “Supercat”, on it at the same time
              150 people go to sea. Fishermen go out into the ocean on yachts and boats. They take from a person
              $50 (provided that there are six applicants), fishing time from 9.30 to 15.00 or from 15.00
              until 20.30. They catch marlin, tuna, bonita, mackerel, but the most interesting thing in this place is hunting
              on sharks. Excursion on a yellow submarine – $25. Walk on a brigantine with the reds
              sails (audience over a hundred people) – $35 with lunch.

              A sea trip to the west is a path past sheer lava cliffs to completely wild places.
              From here you can clearly see the huge Teide rising above the clouds. In one of the cozy bays you can
              swim, and it is not known where jet skis and “bananas” will suddenly appear. West of
              Puerto Rico beaches are small, sandwiched between sheer cliffs, but very clean. Perfect place
              – four-star hotel Taurito Princess. Hotels and apartments clinging to the rocks have
              elevators and tunnels, so getting to the sea is easy. Germans like to relax on Gran Canaria,
              therefore, here more than half of all hotel beds are apartments. This is explained by
              that the Germans always count money (once again, remember the cheap food for the notorious parrots).
              The Germans choose apartments not to go to a restaurant, but to cook in their own kitchen.
              Apartments and bungalows are combined into complexes, where there is everything the same – a swimming pool,
              restaurant, bar. But Russian women believe that if there is a kitchen in the room, then it is gone.
              rest…

              Puerto de Mogán is a beautiful village surrounded by canals with houses entwined with flowering ivy,
              and good fish restaurants. The beach is completely protected by a breakwater, but this is not only
              dignity, but also a disadvantage – the water is much cleaner on the nearby “wild beach”.
              Construction is underway all along the coast west of Puerto Rico. Build quickly, but still
              before the trip, it is better to find out from the sending travel agency about the state of the resorts. The further
              to the west, the less civilization, the mountains are wild, nature is untouched. Factories in the east
              ports, hundreds of thousands of Laspalmazians, resorts in the south, greenery in the north, rural life, and
              in the west, only the whistle of the wind and the sound of the surf.

              Excursions in Gran Canaria

              Excursions in Gran Canaria are organized by one company, so prices are similar everywhere. Overview
              bus tour of the island – $30. Before a long journey inland, it is better
              take a pill for motion sickness, the road is beautiful, but the turns are sharp, frequent, even for adults
              becomes uncomfortable. Camel or donkey ride in the dunes or inland, one hour
              skiing plus lunch in a Moroccan restaurant (cous-cous, dried apricots with almonds and other Arabic
              stuff) $25. There are resort-specific activities – for example “Cowboy Night”.
              Unlimited liquor plus show $40. A good Broadway-type show (artists from Russia)
              at the Melia Tamarindos hotel (San Agustin, Maspalomas), next to the casino hall (for entering
              passport required).

              Flight to Lanzarote from Gran Canaria – $120, to the beaches of Fuerteventura $50 (half an hour).
              The flight to Marrakesh lasts an hour and a half, a one-day excursion costs $200. Lovers of real
              medieval exoticism is worth considering. From Russia to Morocco, only
              “Aeroflot”, and to Casablanca, from which Marrakech is at least four hours away.
              There would certainly be a lot of people wishing if it were not for visas. For one day entry to Morocco visa
              not needed, but the Spaniards will not be allowed back to the Canary Islands – usually the Russians are given a one-time
              tourist visa. Same story with day trips to Senegal and Gambia (fly 2
              and a half hours, price $300). The tour includes a jeep safari through the jungle, riding
              boat, eating cheap lobsters and fried scallops on the seashore, leaving early in the morning,
              return back at 3 am. Getting from Russia to Senegal or the Gambia is incredible
              difficult and expensive. And the rare holders of a multiple entry Spanish visa are delighted with
              lightning-fast throw from the Canary Islands to black Africa.

              Trouble

              A common phenomenon in the Canary Islands is theft from a car, beach and pickpocket. Typical
              example: our compatriot cheerfully walks through the evening Santa Cruz. Paying for a glass
              water, he takes out several large bills from the inside pocket of his jacket, then looks for a trifle
              – and continues to walk. Suddenly, a well-dressed gentleman accidentally hooks him with his shoulder. “Oh,
              sorry, where are you from? From Russia? Are you looking for a disco?” This is where the clapping and fraternization begins.
              Suddenly, out of the corner of his eye, our compatriot notices a strange movement at his feet, looks
              down – and, oh horror! All bills, it turns out, are already on the pavement. The pickpocket shook out the money
              from inside pocket! “Call the police?” “No, what kind of police, Russian friend?” “Well,
              then get out of your shoes, Canarian brother!”

              Another case: a tourist rented a car and put things in the trunk, as they teach in guidebooks.
              Returning after dinner, he found that the thief had managed to open the door, climbed into
              trunk and stole all things. All thefts are committed either by visitors from the mainland or by emigrants.
              Recently, an Algerian was detained for theft for the twenty-fifth time (!) – and released again: in Spain
              liberal laws. It happens that a passport is stolen along with the money, then you have to go
              to the police. If you have a driver’s license or a regular passport, then the police will issue a certificate
              with a photograph. With such a certificate, they will be released from Spain without any problems, but at Sheremetyevo-2
              unwrapped, can be sent back. Therefore, you cannot leave the islands with a certificate,
              you need to send a fax to the consulate and wait for a response. Then the usual order: requests
              and issuance of a certificate of return. Hence the conclusion: the passport with you once again is not
              wear and store in a hotel safe.

              Arif Aliyev

              12/01/2000

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              Llafranc

              Although a fairly lively seaside town, Llafranc has fortunately escaped the worst of mass tourism and remains a traditional, beautiful Costa Brava destination. The golden sandy beach is gently lapped by the beautiful blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea and is surrounded by a beautiful promenade and town square, where restaurants serving excellent local cuisine are located.

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              Sa Pedrissa is located between the Serra de Tramuntana and the Mediterranean Sea. This is a romantic place on the northwest coast of Mallorca. Sa Pedrissa is housed in a beautifully restored 17th-century house filled with rustic charm in just nine rooms. It is famous for its stunning rock pool with panoramic sea and mountain views, and lush gardens.

              Cudillero

              Cudillero is one of the most popular coastal towns in the northern Spanish province of Asturias, famous for the beautiful brightly colored cassa colgada (hanging houses) that dot the steep hills winding its natural harbour. A stroll through the beautiful winding streets of Cudillero takes visitors to sights such as the 13th-century Romanesque church of the Capella del Humiladero, while the Cudillero lighthouse on a rocky peninsula just outside the village offers stunning views of the dramatic coastline of Asturias.

              Hotel Finca Cortesin

              Situated between Marbella and Sotogrande on the beautiful Andalusian coast of southern Spain, Finca Cortesin is an award-winning luxury hotel, golf course and spa set in a vast 532 acres of land. The 67 suite hotel is surrounded by lush gardens, two swimming pools, a spa with Turkish baths and saunas and an 18-hole golf course. Traditional Spanish cuisine, Japanese dishes prepared with local produce and Italian dishes are served at its restaurants.

              Tossa de Mar

              Tossa de Mar is an old fishing village with a rich history. This is a real gem on the Catalan coast. You will find remnants of its rich history scattered throughout the city, from Roman villas built in the first century to the beautiful Vila Velha, the old town of Tossa de Mar built in the 13th century. Villa Vella is bordered by two beautiful beaches, the lively Playa Gran and the picturesque bay of Platja de Codar. The city has delightful restaurants serving traditional Catalan cuisine and local seafood.

              Saiaz Getaria Hotel

              Set in the cobbled streets of Getaria, Saiaz Getaria is a 15th-century Gothic house. It has been beautifully refurbished in a style that pays homage to medieval history while offering modern amenities. The hotel has 17 rooms, and guests can choose to stay in the historic Gothic tower, or choose a sea view room that offers stunning views of Getaria Gazetape Beach and the Bay of Biscay.

              Ribadesella

              Situated at the mouth of the Sella River, against the backdrop of the dramatic Asturian Picos de Europa mountains, Ribadesella is a picturesque fishing town renowned for its culture, history and gastronomy. Santa Marina, Ribadesella’s main beach, is a long golden sand lined with rows of 19th-century mansions.

              Hotel Bahia del Duque

              Located in Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, Bahia del Duque is an exclusive hotel complex that first opened to guests in 1993 and has since become a benchmark in luxury hotel accommodation. The beautiful Playa del Duque beach is within walking distance of the main complex and hotel guests have exclusive access to beach huts and water sports.

              Nerja, Spain

              It used to be a quiet fishing village. Today, Nerja is a lively coastal town of 20,000 inhabitants, full of beauty, history and culture. Those looking for an atypical tourist experience will not be disappointed: this gem remains untouched by the mass tourism that engulfs much of the Costa del Sol, boasting pristine beaches and picturesque historic old town quarters.

              Sa Rascassa Guest House

              Sa Rascassa is a peaceful getaway on the Costa Brava, ideal for the tranquility and charm of the countryside. Nestled under a canopy of pine trees, this cozy hotel has just five cozy rooms, providing guests with a peaceful and quiet stay. Considered one of the best in the region, its on-site restaurant serves traditional local cuisine with a special focus on seafood.

              Playa Blanca

              Accessible only by boat, Playa Blanca is a sheltered white sand beach surrounded by dense, wild vegetation. Located 20 minutes from Portobelo, it has some of the most colorful reefs between Colón and the San Blas archipelago and is a great place to relax and snorkel.

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              Spain will be open for tourists in July

              When will Spain open its borders to tourists? This question worries many who are used to enjoying their holidays in sunny Spain. Foreign tourists can preliminarily count on the fact that they will have the opportunity to relax in Spain in early July. If the epidemiological situation does not change, this issue can be considered resolved: on Sunday, Pedro Sanchez announced that from July 1, foreigners will be able to enter the country. And this means that everyone who wants to relax in Spain, who are ready to comply with certain preventive measures, will be able to enjoy their holidays on Spanish beaches this summer.

              Of course, the opening of borders at the first stage will not be massive. According to government representatives, this would be irresponsible and endanger the people of Spain. According to the Minister for Environmental Transformation, the main challenge will be to ensure that no one arriving from abroad poses a risk in terms of infection. As Teresa Ribera noted, after the opening of borders only guests from countries with a favorable epidemiological situation will be allowed into Spain , because the Covid-19 virus was imported to Spain by arrivals from other countries.

              Hotel Bahia Del Duque, located in the Canary Islands, can be a great place to relax.

              Currently, the indicators of the epidemiological situation in the Canaries, Balearic Islands and Andalusia are, according to the minister, “extraordinary”, allowing to guarantee the safety of both residents and visitors of these regions. As part of quarantine measures in Spain there is a ban on movement between provinces, so that the favorable epidemiological situation is not at risk. However, in the event of a mass opening of borders, the situation can change very quickly.

              According to Senora Ribera, the EU is aware that tourism is a very important sector of the economy for many member countries of the Commonwealth. For this reason, European governments must act together to ensure the safety of all EU residents and those who come to Europe from other countries.

              Today, there is already interest and demand from foreign tourists who would like to holiday in Spain as soon as the pandemic is brought under control and real summer weather settles in the country. But even when the borders are open, movement within Spain will be limited, at least for a while. Even now, the authorities of many regions, including resorts, are expressing their desire to temporarily restrict entry in order not to endanger the health of local residents. This is especially true for visitors from the regions of Spain and other countries with an unfavorable epidemiological situation. Although Teresa Ribera did not name specific cities, it is clear that the reference was to Madrid and Barcelona, ​​which were particularly hard hit by the epidemic. At the same time, many southern and eastern provinces of the country, island and inland territories were practically not affected by the epidemic. However, it is here that the capital’s residents traditionally prefer to relax in the summer, which causes some concern for local authorities.

              The current opinion of the Spanish government is that until a vaccine against the coronavirus is developed and until its mass use begins, it is too early to celebrate the victory. The risk of a second wave of the epidemic remains, and none of the Spaniards wants to be in quarantine again. Nevertheless, with the opening of borders, taking into account security measures and a quick response to possible risks, it will be possible to return to normal life in the near future, even if this return will include certain changes in social behavior.

              Central square in the municipality of Valladolid in Spain.

              Currently, Spain is gradually returning to normal life as part of the phased lifting of quarantine . Different regions are lifting restrictions at different speeds, but the government does not plan to shorten the time frame for each transitional phase, which is now two weeks. Spain’s first priority is to preserve the health of citizens, not economic considerations. According to Teresa Ribera, the street protests that took place last week in several regions of the country, supported by the right-wing opposition and aimed at the speedy removal of quarantine, are irresponsible. In this situation, all residents of Spain must act together without endangering public health.

              At this stage, the country is in a fairly strong position in terms of identifying and extinguishing a possible second outbreak of the virus. If events develop according to the scenario that the government has developed, then by by the end of June or the beginning of July, most of the territory of Spain will be ready to return to normal life, however, observing the new rules of social distancing.

              Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid

              V Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid Historic Five star Belle époque hotel in Madrid, Spain at number 5 in the Retiro district, just after the Prado Museum. Opened in 1910, it is owned and operated by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. It is currently closed for major renovations and will open in 2020. The façade of the hotel is listed as a national monument. [1]

              Contents

              • 1 History
              • 2 Architecture and fittings
              • 3 Chronology
              • 4 Guests
              • 5 References
              • 6 external link

              History

              In the Hotel Ritz Madrid was built by order of King Alfonso XIII , which turned around Europe, [2] that the Spanish court lacked a luxurious hotel for European royalty and other illustrious visitors. His idea was to have a hotel in Madrid that rivals the likes of The Ritz London and the Ritz Paris. His own marriage to Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg was another reason to provide Madrid with a luxury hotel, the first in the Spanish capital. The king himself contributed part of the capital, along with other members of the Madrid society, and instructed the Ritz Development Company that it be designed and built under the personal supervision of César Ritz. [3] Although Ritz originally intended to participate in the project, he was unable to do so due to depression. Although Alfonso XIII expressed a desire to support the construction of the hotel, some politicians of the time expressed strong opposition to the project, arguing that the building’s intended height was not permitted by zoning laws for the area. In the end, however, the project managed to continue.

              View of The Ritz from the park

              The Ritz was designed by French architect Charles Meves and Spanish architect Luis de Landecho. [4] He was one of the first in Madrid to use reinforced concrete in construction. The most famous Spanish and foreign companies of that time contributed to the decoration of its halls. Carpets were woven to order in Spain. The Royal Tapestry Factory ordered linens from Ireland, while crockery and cutlery arrived from England.

              The site chosen was once a square occupied by the barracks belonging to the Circus of the Hippodrome and the gardens of the old Tivoli Theatre, and formerly belonged to the Jardines del Buen Retiro de Madrid. [5] The inauguration of the hotel on October 2, 1910 was performed by King Alfonso XIII in the company of ministers and representatives of the mayor of Madrid. [6] The hotel quickly became one of the leaders in the social and cultural life of the capital. The first board was presided over by Luis de Cuadra and Raul Marquis de Guadalmina. The hotel’s first manager was Antonio Mella, who previously managed the Ritz Hotel in Paris and London. His wife helped him run the hotel, taking care of guest services and laundry.

              Belmond sold the Ritz Mandarin Oriental and the Saudi Olayan Group in May 2015 for $148 million. [7] Mandarin Oriental announced plans to completely renovate the hotel at a cost of $103 million. [8] On September 18, 2018, scaffolding and part of the hotel’s sixth floor collapsed, killing one construction worker and injuring 11 others. [9] The hotel is scheduled to open in 2020. Mandarin Oriental Ritz, Madrid . [10]

              Architecture and fittings

              Main entrance to the Plaza de la Lealtad

              The building was designed in 1908 by a French architect. Charles Meves and built in the period 1908-10. led by Luis de Landecho. It was one of the first buildings in Madrid to use reinforced concrete. Construction was completed on May 14, 1910. Well-known Spanish and foreign companies were hired to decorate the rooms. Carpets were woven at the Royal Tapestry Factory, linen ordered from Irish firms, furniture ordered Lissarraga y Sobrinos , and the mirrors were Peranton . China was Limoges and cutlery was imported from Goldsmiths.

              Chronology

              • 1910 (1910): The hotel opened with a grand reception attended by the king and other members of the royal family. It quickly became one of the main players in the social and cultural life of the capital. Its first board of directors was led by Luis Raul Cuadra and the Marquis de Guadalmina. The hotel’s first manager was Antonio Mella, formerly of the Ritz hotels in Paris and London. The first head waiters were Olivier Poe and chef Felix Ruiz del Castillo. Many of the dishes served in the restaurant were inspired by the great chef and restaurateur Georges. August Escoffier. The hotel has introduced many new culinary customs such as afternoon tea. It also hosted dances on Tuesday evenings when new styles emerged, such as the foxtrot becoming popular. Famous guests began to arrive.
              • 1916 (1916): In October, the exotic dancer and spy Mata Hari came to stay. She booked a room in the name of Countess Maslova and worked at the hotel until January 1917.
              • 1926 (1926): The hotel was purchased by the Belgian Georges Marquet. [11] It was to remain in his family and be passed down from generation to generation until his grandson sold it in 1978.
              • 1936 (1936): During the Spanish Civil War, the hotel became a military hospital.
              • 1939 (1939): The hotel returned to its original purpose under the direction of Georges Marquet’s son, also called Georges.
              • 1970s (1970s): The hotel went through a period of decline under the control of the grandson of Georges Marquet, who was not interested in him. Some events and traditional services such as New Year’s Eve and Garden Dinner have been discontinued. Georges Marquet III was passionate about philately and purchased a large collection of stamps with money taken directly from the hotel company, which angered some shareholders.
              • 1978 (1978): Former Mayor of Barcelona Enrique (Henry) Mazo purchased the hotel.
              • 1981 (1981): The hotel was bought by the British company Trusthouse Forte, which owns 880 hotels in 70 countries. The investment period began to return to its former glory.
              • 1996 (1996): After a series of legal and financial battles, Trusthouse Forte sold the hotel.
              • 1999 (1999): The hotel’s return to prominence was highlighted when Travel & Leisure named it one of the top ten hotels in the world.
              • 2001 (2001): The French group Le Meridien carried out a complete restoration.
              • 2003 (2003): Orient-Express Hotels entered into a joint venture with Spain’s Omega Capital to acquire and operate the hotel.
              • 2014 (2014): Orient-Express Hotels renamed Belmond Ltd. and the hotel changed its name to the Hotel Ritz by Belmond. [12]
              • 2015 (2015): Belmond announced the sale of its stake in the hotel, which has changed its name to the Hotel Ritz. [13]

              Guests

              Throughout its history, the hotel has hosted many famous guests, from Ernest Hemingway to Rainier III, the Prince of Monaco and his wife Grace Kelly who celebrated their honeymoon in one of the suites.

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The Tourist episode 1 spoilers follow.

“She’ll tease you / She’ll unease you / All the better just to please you.” These are the lyrics to ‘Bette Davis Eyes’, a song that Kim Carnes pushed to the top of the charts in 1981. But these words could just as easily apply to The Tourist, the BBC’s new amnesiac thriller which opens with Jamie Dornan singing this very song – in the first scene, no less.

Once that rendition is done, it’s not long before the show’s first twist hits you like a truck. And then the twists just keep on coming, briefly teasing you with one idea before tearing that all apart with something new. The way this show plays with both your mind and with genre in general will please and unease you in equal measure, much like the song implies.

Digital Spy sat down with stars Jamie Dornan and Shalom Brune-Franklin (via Zoom) to discuss “the next six hours of nuttiness” that viewers will face watching The Tourist back home.

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Jamie, you’ve had quite a year for singing with Barb and Star – ‘Edgar’s Prayer’ is a personal faveand now ‘Bette Davis Eyes’ in The Tourist. Why it was important to establish your character in this way?

Jamie Dornan: Well, I guess it was— yeah, f**k, I’ve been singing a lot.

Shalom Brune-Franklin: I want a released cover of ‘Bette Davis Eyes’ by you.

The perfect Christmas gift!

JD: I think I’ve sung in the last four, maybe five jobs I’ve done. And it’s not planned. It’s just something weird that’s happened. But, listen, we’ll crack on.

You know what I love about that Bette Davis moment? I love that whole opening of the show. I think it really humanises someone that we are then going to deconstruct, because he’s going to lose his memory, and we’re going to piece it all together. But it gives the audience this real version of where this guy is at that time.

“I think I’ve sung in the last four, maybe five jobs I’ve done. And it’s not planned.”

We see that he’s super sort of confident and relaxed, and in a good place, and singing purposefully badly to that song. Usually you’re in a good space in your head if you’re singing along to a song on the open road – unless you’re cry-singing to Adele or something, you know? [laughs]

I think it’s really important for the audience to see him there, based on what we’re about to be given over the next six hours of nuttiness.

Shalom, your character goes through a lot in the first episode too. Everything we think we know about Lucy is flipped round by the end. What was the challenge of playing that character within a character?

SBD: That first scene that she has… It’s definitely the hardest scene I had in the whole show, because I this fear of, “OK, I don’t want to give too much away for the audience, but at the same time, it needs to be realistic, because she’s seeing, essentially, someone she knows very well, and trying to play that…”

I remember trying to play that moment – I was playing it over a million times in my head. And then on the day, I just remember getting really caught up in my head, because I was thinking about the audience, and what they would put onto me in that moment as well.

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I remember constantly turning to Jamie and Chris [Sweeney], and being like, “Was that shit? That was shit. That was too much, wasn’t it?” And Jamie’s like, “No, it was great! It was great!” I was just leaning on them like mad.

But that was the hardest scene of the whole shoot, just that. And I was always really turning to Chris. I’m so glad that there was so much trust there, because he was incredible from day one.

In every single moment, sometimes it’s even just a little look that can give too much away, and things like that, until the gag’s kind of up. So it was challenging. I mean, I didn’t want to overplay it either, because, you know, it becomes boring to watch, I think.

Another challenging scene to film, we imagine, was that car crash at the beginning of episode one. Jamie, how involved were you with the stunts and physicality of that?

JD: Too involved. That was proper… F**k. We had a lot of time in the schedule. I think the first two weeks of the shoot was just that chase, you know? And that wasn’t enough. We had to come back later, and find time to do stuff in the studio with it, on a Simtrav (a giant indoor screen for simulating vehicle action), where I was in a studio, and there was stuff going past.

“I remember constantly turning to Jamie and Chris, and being like, ‘Was that shit? That was shit.'”

You can tell how covered it is; how much drone action there is; how many different cameras there are inside; the reality of really being out there in the dirt, and getting shit stuck in my eye. It was really mad… It felt like what it must be like to shoot five months of Mad Max or something – this constant abuse in the Outback.

But I think it makes for a really great opening. At the risk of sounding like Tom Cruise, I do like to be involved as much as I can in all that stunt stuff. But there’s a line sometimes where they just won’t.

“I just know how things work with insurance and stuff. There is a f**king line. So we had a line, obviously, but I will do everything up to that line, because it’s fun, and I enjoy it. While my body just about still works, I will do anything.

Ian RoutledgeBBC

We’ve seen a lot of characters suffer from amnesia on TV before, and sometimes it can come across as a bit clichéd. What sets The Tourist apart from other takes on this idea?

JD: I just think tonally what we’re doing with The Tourist is different from any memory loss/amnesia show before. It’s a pretty f**king serious thing, to lose your memory. So often, it’s in very dramatic, serious ways. It obviously has its place, and has been done brilliantly before, and it’ll be done brilliantly again, in that realm.

But I think the way that Harry and Jack [Williams] wrote it, where we’re playing constantly with genres almost, this will really – once you see beyond the first episode – tread that line between madness and comedy and drama and obscurity. So it’s not just some linear thing of, “This guy’s lost his memory. Now we’re going to tell the audience what happened.”

We do, but we do it in the most f**king warped way. So I think that, for me, helped set it apart. Because I’d done it before in stuff, and I wouldn’t do it again if it was the same way of treating it that I had before.

“At the risk of sounding like Tom Cruise, I do like to be involved as much as I can in the stunts.”

SBD: That’s such a good way of answering that, because I feel like even thinking about the character’s reactions to someone who has lost their memory – it’s almost mocking or “Oh my God, look at this guy”. It’s kind of making light of something the whole time. So it’s not taking itself too seriously. Which I think is kind of interesting. A little bit different.

That idea of playing with genre really comes through with that final line at the very end of episode one. It’s sort of funny, but also, it’s actually pretty messed up!

SBD: That final line is like my favourite thing in the first episode. “Who is this?”

What was your initial reaction to the big twist and that final line?

JD: I guess when you’re reading stuff, you’re – in a big way – trying to see it as if you’re an audience member, and how they… you know, how is anyone going to f**king watch this?

BBC

I feel like the tone we were talking about there, that almost being funny – get used to that, because there’s so much of that madness, of like, “Should we be laughing at this?” [laughs] Or should we be not laughing here. But it’s funny, and that person’s doing funny shit in this very heightened moment.

There’s loads of that over these six hours. And I feel that all the episodes end in a similar kind of, “F**king hell, what is going to happen next? This is mad.”

One of the best things about reading these scripts was that – wanting to know more, and wanting to have more revealed about the journey of The Man. That was a big part of it for me.

SBD: I completely agree. I remember reading that first episode, and begging to try and read more. I was like, “Wait, I want to know what happens. I want to figure out what–” I mean, I was clearly auditioning for this. I was like, “I really want to play this part. Come on. It’s written by Brits but it’s an Australian character. I feel like if I didn’t get cast, I should probably quit acting.” [laughs] It felt like the perfect ‘me’ show.

“It’s a pretty f**king serious thing, to lose your memory.

I just remember being fascinated by what was motivating all these people, and why were people lying? And why were people trying to kill him? I wanted to figure out the mystery. It was such a page-turner.

Is there anything you can tease about what’s coming next beyond episode one?

JD: There’s just a lot of… I don’t know how to say it without giving some stuff… He’s had a lot of… It’s very eventful, basically [laughs]. There’s six hours of events that involve all kinds of very colourful characters, and very strange dealings, and hopefully stuff an audience haven’t seen before that have brought him to that point at the beginning.

And I feel like there’s just lots of thinking you understand what the relationship is between two characters in it, and then that being totally spun on its head. Which will keep people guessing the whole way.

BBC

Does this story feel complete, in your eyes, or would you perhaps like to revisit these characters one day?

JD: Well, the whole series ends with Armageddon, so life doesn’t exist anymore. Nothing can—

SBD: I didn’t want to say it, but yeah. I’m glad you did.

JD: It’s the end of days. Also, Shalom said, to do a second series, she’d be demanding seven mil an ep.

SBD: It was actually 7.5, but yeah.

JD: The BBC can’t do it. They just can’t do it.

Finally, what have you enjoyed most about starring in this show?

JD: My thing is: just enjoy the work. Enjoy the job. What comes after, it’s pretty much out of your control. The reception of it is often out of your control. I’ve had the whole gamut of reactions to stuff I’ve done. And that’s just, I guess, the reality of it. So I enjoy the day-to-day, and I love it when that is made easier by the people you’re doing it with.

“My thing is: enjoy the job. What comes after, it’s pretty much out of your control.”

We just had a real laugh on this. It had its difficulties, this shoot. I had a personal grievance at the beginning of it. It was difficult for me, and it made it all the more lovely an experience that I had Shalom and Danielle just being rock stars. We just really, really had a laugh, you know? Like, all the Aussie crew were just brilliant. We were tight. And that’s what it’s all about for me. Whatever comes next is whatever.

The opportunity to work with cool, fun people that you haven’t had the chance to before, that’s everything for me.

And you, Shalom?

SBD: Yeah. I completely agree. I mean, it’s hard to go off the back of that, because that’s it. But I think it’s so nice as well to be filming in these places that were so… let’s just say they weren’t very densely populated. It was really nice to be stuck with a bunch of amazing people in this town that has one pub. It was just so lovely. There was such a nice spirit on set. It was definitely the people that made this job so special.

The Tourist airs daily on BBC One while the whole first series has now dropped on iPlayer.

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The Tourist Ticket (also known as the Tourist Travel Pass) can be used on all types of public transport in the Region of Madrid. Allowing you to take unlimited trips within your chosen timeframe, it is a practical and inexpensive way to get around Madrid.

Passes are valid for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 7 days and for two zones (A and T).

Are you going to stay in the city centre and do you plan to get around there? Then Zone A is the right option for you since it covers these services:

  • Use of the Metro in zone A (City of Madrid) – including the 3€ airport supplement,
  • All blue EMT city buses (except the yellow Airport Express shuttle),
  • Renfe Cercanías commuter trains covering zones 0 and A,
  • Metro Ligero light rail train ML1.

Are you going to be in Madrid for several days and are also planning to visit the surrounding area? Then Zone T is the right option for you, since it covers:

  • The entire Metro network.
  • All blue city buses (except the Airport Express shuttle) and the green intercity buses in the Region of Madrid, including services to Guadalajara and Toledo. This pass encompasses all 8 zones, from A to E2 (6 zones in the Region of Madrid and 2 in Castilla La Mancha).
  • All Renfe Cercanías commuter trains (zones 0, A, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2).
  • Metro Ligero light rail trains ML1, ML2 and ML3, and the ML4 Parla tramway.

Zone T is the recommended option if you’re planning on making day trips to places like El Escorial, Aranjuez or Alcalá de Henares.

IMPORTANT: It cannot be used on high-speed trains (including the AVE to Guadalajara and the Avant to Toledo) nor Renfe Operadora regional trains. It is also not valid on Tourist Trains.

Why buy a travel pass?

All Tourist Travel Passes are pre-loaded onto the Tarjeta Multi, a contactless, transferable smartcard that is valid for 10 years and which is free when you purchase the 1,2, 3, 5 or 7-day Tourist Travel Pass. Once the Tourist Travel Pass expires, you can top up the smartcard with pay-per-ride tickets.

Where buy a travel pass?

You can purchase the pass at:

  • All Metro stations (including the airport stations Aeropuerto T1-T2-T3 and Aeropuerto T4) from ticket machines that have a red sticker saying Tarjeta MULTI Disponible AQUÍ. 
  • The entrance to the Cercanías (commuter train) Aeropuerto T4 station
  • The main office of the Madrid Regional Transport Consortium: Plaza del Descubridor Diego de Ordás, 3.
  • Estancos (tobacco shops) and from other authorized retailers.
  • All Metro Ligero (ML1, ML2, ML3 and ML4) stations.

If you do not wish to acquire a Tourist Travel Pass, you can buy the Tarjeta Multi (2.5€) and simply top it up with pay-per-ride tickets.

Prices

 

1 day

2 days

3 days

4 days

5 days

7 days

Zone A

€8. 40

€14.20

€18.40

€22.60

€26.80

€35.40

Zone T

€17.00

€28.40

€35.40

€43.00

€50.80

€70.80

 

* Prices are for 12-year-olds or over. Children under 11 years of age enjoy a 50% discount. Under-4s travel for free on the metro and the bus and under 6s on the Cercanías commuter train.

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Austrias (60)

Barrio de las Letras (39)

Barrio de Salamanca (42)

Casa de Campo (14)

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Near Madrid (29)

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Conde Duque (15)

La Latina (32)

Lavapiés (42)

Madrid Río (57)

Malasaña (29)

Otros (168)

Paseo del Arte (53)

Princesa (32)

Retiro (22)

Salesas (22)

Sol / Gran Vía (75)

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The Tourist movie review & film summary (2022)

Reviews

Brian Tallerico

HBO Max continues stealth drops of some of the best drama mini-series on television. Last year highlights included “The Head” and “Station Eleven,” and they start 2022 strongly with the fantastic “The Tourist,” a twisty tale that plays like an Aussie version of “Fargo.” With sharp dialogue, clever plotting, and career-best work from Jamie Dornan and Danielle Macdonald, this is a great little thriller, a show that constantly keeps you guessing and entertained in equal measure.

The “Belfast” and “Fifty Shades of Grey” star plays an unnamed man (at least for a while) who is driving through the very remote Australian outback. He stops at a station to use the bathroom, banters with the guy behind the counter, and hits the road again. Looking in the rearview mirror, he sees a truck gaining on him with remarkable speed. The Man twists off the road to avoid it and the trucker follows, revealing through a POV from his cab that this is very intentional—he’s trying to kill this tourist. They race through the desert until The Man’s car crashes. He wakes up in a hospital with no memory of who he is or how he got there.

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Enter a small-town officer named Helen Chambers (Macdonald), engaged to an awful man named Ethan (Greg Larsen) and thrust into a mystery about who this handsome Irishman is in a hospital bed. When The Man finds a note with a time and a location in his pocket, he heads to a small town called Burnt Ridge, where he meets a woman named Luci (Shalom Brune-Franklin) who might know about his past, ends up crossing paths with a sociopath (Ólafur Darri Ólafsson) who clearly wants him dead, and gets a phone call from a man who’s been buried underground. And then things get even weirder.

Created by the people behind the excellent “The Missing” (which aired stateside on Starz), the writing on “The Tourist” is a metronomic back and forth between reveals and how those reveals propel the narrative in a new direction. Pushing their way through all the chaos are Dornan and Macdonald, both phenomenal. Dornan finds a quirky, unsettled way to play a man who doesn’t know who he is without resorting to the cliché of the lost soul. If anything, he leans into more of a blank slate interpretation of amnesia, playing a guy who’s more open to what comes next because he can’t remember what came before. And Macdonald is charming and so incredibly likable that she becomes the heart of a show that can be cold at times.

Echoes of “Memento” and “Fargo” aside, “The Tourist” also has its own quirky personality. Some of those quirks get a bit extreme in late-season episodes in ways I can’t spoil, but the show is never boring. It’s a reminder that the Dornan who was so great in “The Fall” is still out there, and I hope it leads him to more bizarre, challenging roles like this one. There’s an argument to be made that there’s an even-better 100-minute movie in this six-episode mini-series, but that’s not the world we’re in right now. A story like this has a better chance to be told in the TV system than the mid-budget film one, and the writers don’t drag their feet or spin their wheels like so many streaming thrillers. They’re constantly moving our hero forward, keeping us uncertain about his past and even his moral center.

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Some will argue that “The Tourist” gets too convoluted and I’ll admit that I enjoyed the playful uncertainty of the first half of the season more than the intensity of the second half. Although the show does get deeper in how it unpacks lies we tell ourselves and those we listen to from other people. It turns out that everyone on “The Tourist” has a secret or two, and almost all of them could use a car accident to reset the hole they’ve dug for themselves. 

I’m not sure how intentional it is but the show never stopped reminding me of some of my favorite early Coen films—the noir danger of “Blood Simple,” the open roads of “Raising Arizona” (and a bearded hunter who seems unkillable), Macdonald’s very Marge Gunderson character—and yet these nods to greats are embedded in a breakneck plot that never slows down enough to distract from its own inspired storytelling. Take the trip.

Brian Tallerico

Brian Tallerico is the Editor of RogerEbert.com, and also covers television, film, Blu-ray, and video games. He is also a writer for Vulture, The Playlist, The New York Times, and Rolling Stone, and the President of the Chicago Film Critics Association.

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Film Credits

The Tourist (2022)

360 minutes

Cast

Jamie Dornan
as The Man

Danielle Macdonald
as Helen Chambers

Shalom Brune-Franklin
as Luci

Alex Dimitriades
as Kostas

Ólafur Darri Ólafsson
as Billy

Greg Larsen
as Ethan Krum

Director
  • Chris Sweeney
  • Daniel Nettheim

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A Sample Cover Letter for Tourist Visa and How to Create One

If you’re planning to travel abroad, in many cases you will need to obtain a visa beforehand. The requirements vary according to your country of origin and your destination. But for a lot of people, the process to be granted a visa can seem daunting and unclear. In this article, we share important tips about visas to equip you with the knowledge to prepare for your international trip. Read on to find out more about how tourist visas work, including a very useful sample cover letter for your tourist visa application.  

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A Sample Cover Letter for Tourist Visa and How to Create One

What Exactly Is a Tourist Visa?

Other Types of Visas

What You Need to Apply for a Tourist Visa

Sample Cover Letter for Tourist Visa Application

What Exactly Is a Tourist Visa?

A tourist visa or visitor visa is an official document that allows you to get in another country. In general, you are likely to need one every time you visit another country. However, this depends on which country you are from and where you are going, as some countries have agreements that allow entrance even without it.

A tourist visa may take different forms: it can be a paper document, although it most often comes as a simple stamp in your passport. Some countries require you to arrange your visa before arriving in the country, while others issue it to you once you land at the airport.

A tourist visa indicates how long you are allowed to stay in the country. It also defines which activities you are allowed to participate in or not while there, such as working and studying.

Other Types of Visas

A tourist visa is the most common and most acquired type of visa. It is usually only valid for a short period of time, commonly ranging from a few weeks to a couple of months.

This is what you will need if you are just planning to visit the country. A tourist visa however doesn’t allow you to work and study while you are in a particular country.

Others types of visas include student visas, business visas, media visas, fiancé visas, and many others depending on the place you’re travelling to.

Resident visas are also available for those who want to live in a particular country. You will normally need a valid reason to obtain this type of visa, as they tend to be the most difficult to get.

What You Need to Apply for a Tourist Visa

As mentioned above, tourist visa requirements vary with your nationality and your destination, as well as where you make your application. You should always check the instructions application to your specific situation on the relevant embassy or consulate website.

Having said that, there are some general requirements and common documents that are needed for most tourist visa applications.

These include:

  • Passport valid for at least six (6) months beyond the intended period of stay
  • Duly filled out visa application forms
  • Confirmed round-trip tickets
  • Cover letter for tourist visa or letter to the consulate

Top tip: travel insurance for your visa application

Most tourist visa applications require you to show proof of travel insurance coverage for the duration of your trip. We use and recommend SafetyWing as our preferred travel medical insurance provider. It’s the most flexible and affordable we’ve found, starting at just $1. 32 per day. They can also provide a visa letter to support your application. If you’re looking for more comprehensive coverage, World Nomads is also a reliable and very popular alternative among global travelers.

Note: In our experience and to the best of our knowledge, these two travel insurance options fulfill the requirements for most tourist visa applications. However, please make sure to check that they meet the specific criteria applicable to your individual case.

Sample Cover Letter for Tourist Visa Application

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The cover letter or letter to the consulate is necessary for tourist visas that require interviews. This letter needs to explain why you want to visit the country and where you will be staying in the country. It must also outline the intended dates and duration of your stay.

Moreover, this letter is your way to tell the embassy if you are getting a sponsorship from a friend, parents, or a romantic partner who are currently based in that country. It’s important to take your time to write your cover letter, although you should also make sure to keep it to-the-point and not too long.

If the trip is going to be sponsored by someone else, make sure to include the following details in the cover letter for your tourist visa application:

  • The name of the person who is going to sponsor your trip
  • The job or source of income of the person who is going to sponsor you
  • ​Your proof or relationship (normally pictures)
  • Proof of financial capability of your sponsor
  • The expenses your sponsor will cover

The cover letter is a really important document to provide before your trip. It states every important thing you want to tell the embassy or consulate. Make sure that it mentions and explains every document you’ve submitted.

To give you a better insight into how to create a cover letter for your visa application, here is a sample cover letter for a tourist visa needed to enter a country:

TO THE HONORABLE CONSUL

EMBASSY OF (Country you’re visiting)

<Address of the Consulate>

Dear Sir/Madam:

I, <Your full legal name> would like to apply for a tourist visa to spend a vacation in <name of the country> from <date of arrival> to <date of departure.>

My main purpose for travel is tourism, to see the beautiful sights of <name of the country>, particularly <name of tourist attractions. > I’m also looking forward to experiencing the culture, tasting the cuisine, and meeting locals to experience everything the country has to offer.

I am employed at <name of the company> located in <location of the company> since <date you were employed> and am currently holding the position of <your job position.> Vacation from work has already been approved for the whole duration of this trip.

During my trip, my <your relationship with the sponsor>
<full name of the sponsor,> who works as <job title of the sponsor> at <place of employment> will sponsor my trip. He/she will cover my accommodations, food expenses, and plane tickets.

Please find the following documents to support the legitimacy of what is outlined in this letter:

  • Passports (including old ones if applicable)
  • ​Application form, duly dated and signed with passport-size picture
  • Employment and leave certificates showing the date I’m expected to return to work
  • Payslips, tax report, credit card statements, bank certificate & statement of account as proof of income
  • ​Plane ticket booking reservation
  • Hotel booking reservation as proof of accommodation directly faxed to the embassy
  • Travel insurance with benefits

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you require any further information. I may not be available at all times due to my working schedule or I might be engaged in a mission, but you may still try to reach me at the following:

Sincerely,

Of course, the sample cover letter for tourist visa application provided above is only a template and can be modified according to your situation. Again, including this in your travel visa application is very important, so make sure that you take the time to think about what you want to write and to gather all the necessary documents to support the information you provide in your letter.

Do you have any helpful tips or a sample cover letter for a tourist visa application you want to share? Let us know in a comment below!

Travel insurance – Travel insurance

You can buy a policy to obtain a visa and travel abroad in just 5 minutes.
Covers expenses in case of COVID-19. Policy delivery by e-mail. Accepted by all embassies.

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Travel insurance

Going on vacation to another city or country, everyone hopes for bright
impressions, interesting meetings and positive emotions. But on the tourist’s road
troubles can also lie in wait, the occurrence of which is not always avoided
perhaps even with the most careful preparation for the journey. Minimize the risks that
linked long-distance travel, travel insurance allows.

Travel insurance allows you to protect yourself from wasting time, nerves and money
in a foreign country in case of injury or illness, loss of luggage or
documents, as well as in other situations when you need help.
Travel insurance will give you the opportunity to feel confident in any
travel, and also useful for obtaining a visa. You will be able to conclude an agreement
travel insurance
abroad
in just a few
minutes with the delivery of the policy by e-mail.

Our travel insurance is accepted by embassies of all countries.

Take out travel insurance (against loss of personal belongings, travel restrictions and other
risks) you can use one of the following methods.

  • Online

    Online

    We offer you to buy travel insurance online

    Simply choose the right travel insurance program for
    abroad, enter the required data, make payment in a convenient way for you and get
    policy and related documents to your e‑mail.

  • Office

    Office

    Contact our specialists
    in AlfaStrakhovanie office

    They will help you choose the right insurance (medical,
    recognizance, loss of luggage, etc.), calculate the cost of the policy and conclude an agreement with you for
    the most favorable conditions for you.

  • Through Alice

    Through Alice

    Use a handy skill for the voice assistant “Alice”

    To use a skill, tell Alice one of the commands or just select her. Favorable terms of insurance for tourists when applying with the help of a voice assistant.

What to do if an insured event occurs

If the policy is issued and an insured event occurs, the victim
or his loved ones should act
clearly and quickly. Not only the life of the victim and the speed of
rendering
medical care, but also the possibility of the insurer fulfilling the obligations assumed
obligations.

In the event of an insured event, you must

  • Contact the service center specified in the policy in any convenient way;
  • Obtain instructions from the operator and act on them.
    The service center will select a medical institution that will provide qualified medical care in a timely manner.
  • If you have travel health insurance and expenses incurred,
    the tourist must submit an application and the necessary package of documents for reimbursement within 30 days.
    The insurer compensates for expenses within the sum insured and limits under the insurance program.
  • List of documents on the insured event for the TCD
  • Application for reimbursement

What is travel insurance?

Tourist insurance – an insurance contract concluded between the policyholder and the insurance company
company. The latter assumes obligations to provide assistance in a timely manner
to the insured person and cover the expenses that have arisen due to unfavorable
the prevailing circumstances. The policy will allow the owner to feel the financial
protection if you need urgent medical attention or treatment.

Why do I need travel insurance?
Russia?

It is a mistake to think that a policy is required only for those traveling abroad. Holidays in Russia can also be associated with adverse circumstances that can lead to an insured event. Insurance policy
for travelers within the Russian Federation covers the following risks: medical transportation
and costs, transport costs, urgent messages and repatriation.

How does a multiple entry policy work?

Multiple policy is especially popular with those who often
travels. It is ideal for persons who apply for multiple-entry visas.
The insurance period of a multiple policy is 365 days. The insurance will be valid for
91 days of each trip (“Business VIP”), or the same number
Insured days can be selected independently (from 3 to 180) (“Multi”).
The number of trips is not limited.

How to amend the TCD policy?

Contrary to existing misconceptions, changes can be made to the insurance policy.
If a mistake was made when applying for a travel insurance policy,
surname, first name, date of birth, etc. are incorrectly recorded, not worth it
give up and consider the insurance spoiled. It is enough to describe the situation in a special
chat on the official website of the company or write a letter to its e-mail
mail. The necessary changes will be made to the insurance. In those cases
when corrections need to be made immediately, you should call the hotline
phone, and specialists will promptly help in this situation.

How to apply for a policy for several countries?

When issuing a TCD policy, the traveler can choose one country or several at once. For
To do this, you must specify all the countries or regions that will be visited. For
trips to several countries of the Schengen zone, you need to select “Schengen”.
When applying for insurance online, you must enter the name of the country and from the list
indicate the required. To enter another country on the same line, you need
write its name and also select from the list. In this way
all countries where the traveler goes are mentioned.

Is it possible to take out a policy while in
trip?

Of course, insurance should be taken out in advance. However, situations are different. If a
you found out that in a hurry you forgot to take out insurance, it doesn’t matter. Policy
can be purchased even while traveling. It is especially convenient to apply online.
However, the insurer will not recognize those events that
occurred prior to the effective date of the policy.

What if I don’t have
issued insurance in
moment of the insured event?

When staying abroad, it is not always convenient to carry a formalized
VZR policy. Therefore, it is quite possible that in the event of an insured event, he will not be
with me. This is not a problem if you pre-record, photograph, save in your mobile
device, the policy number with the contacts of the service center, because the phone is always under
hand.

What is a service center?

The Service Center is a specialized company that operates around the clock
is engaged in the provision of services provided for by the rules and the contract
insurance. He acts on behalf of the insurer. Service contacts
centers are always indicated in the insurance policy and should be at hand. According to them
should be contacted in the event of an insured event. In the future, you need
act in accordance with the instructions coming from the service
center.

How much does visa insurance cost?

The price of the policy depends on several factors. These include the country of entry,
the sum insured, the insurance risks covered by the policy, its validity period,
intended type of vacation, etc. To find out the cost of insurance, you can
use the online calculator. Enter in it the day of entry and exit,
country and other data. If active rest is planned, it is necessary
designate. Click “Calculate Cost”. As a result, you can
see the real cost of the policy.

How to cancel the contract and return
money?

To terminate the contract and return the funds, it is necessary within
14 days from the date of registration, apply to the AlfaStrakhovanie office with a Russian passport,
international passport and insurance policy and write an application for termination.

Please note: upon receipt of a visa under such a policy, funds
non-refundable.
To clarify the office address for filing an application for termination of the contract
you need to contact by phone 8 800-333-0909.

If the decision is positive, the funds will be returned within
10 days.

Insurance terms

Insurance contractVoluntary insuranceInsuredSum insured (coverage)AccidentInsurance rulesInsurance premium (contribution)Insured riskInsurerInsured event (event)Insurer (insurance company)Policy validity areaFranchiseLoss

Insurance agreement between

3
insurer and
the insured, which regulates their mutual obligations within the framework of the conditions of the chosen type
insurance.

Voluntary insurance

Voluntary insurance is a form of insurance
which
arises on the basis of an insurance contract voluntarily concluded by the insurer and the insured.

Insured

Insured party to the contract
insurance, in
with respect to which it is concluded. This is an individual whose health, life or ability to work
are
objects of insurance protection.

Sum insured (coverage)

Sum insured (coverage) – amount of cash
amounts,
specified in the contract, within which the policyholder insured his interest.

Accident

Accident – sudden physical
impact
certain external factors (thermal, mechanical, chemical, etc.) on the insured,
which
occurred against his will and led to bodily injury, impaired physiological functions
or
of death. Accidents do not include any form of chronic, acute or hereditary
pathologies.

Rules of insurance

Rules of insurance – an integral part
agreements
insurance. They reflect the essential conditions of insurance, define the rights and obligations
insurer, policyholder, object of insurance. A complete list of insured events is given, and
also
exceptions from them, when the insurer is released from liability.

Insurance premium (contribution)

Insurance premium (contribution) – payment for
insurance,
transferred by the insured to the insurance company for the contract. Its size is determined by the tariff
rate
the insurer, the amount of the sum insured, the term of insurance and other factors.

Insurance risk

Insurance risk – perceived danger or
accident, as a result of which an insured event may occur, as a result of which
insurer
will have to pay the insurance premium.

Policyholder

Policyholder – natural or legal
face,
concluding a contract with an insurer. According to the contract, the insured must promptly
pay
company for the fact that it assumes the obligation to make payment upon the occurrence of
insurance
case.

Insured event (event)

Insured event (event) – occurred
adverse event stipulated by the insurance contract. For this reason, the insurer
undertakes
to make an insurance indemnity to the insured or his legal representative specified in
treaty
(to the beneficiary).

Insurer (insurance company)

Insurer (insurance company) –
entity,
which, for a fee, assumes an obligation to make an insurance payment or
reimburse
losses incurred upon the occurrence of an insured event specified in the contract.

Territory of the policy

Territory of the policy – region, country
or
several countries in whose territory the insurance policy will be valid.

Deductible

Deductible is the amount of damage that, if
offensive
insured event is not reimbursed by the insurer. It must be paid by the insured.

Loss

Loss – expenses incurred by the insured
either his
representative, documented. To be reimbursed by the insurer according to the conditions
contracts.

The insured is a party to the insurance contract, in
with respect to which it is concluded. This is an individual whose health, life or ability to work
are
objects of insurance protection.

All terms

Does travel insurance cover car rental?

January 17, 2022

Travel insurance is essential when traveling to other countries. Insurance coverage can protect you from certain financial risks or losses that may occur during your travels.

However, most people, especially those who want to go to Greece for a holiday or business trip, are not sure if travel insurance covers car rental. Essentially, travel insurance ensures that the traveler does not have to pay accident repair costs or other charges that the rental company may charge.

Please note that we discuss problems and cases that are not covered by the normal insurance offered by car rental agencies.

However, if you are interested in an all-inclusive insurance package, then we have it! Find out about our insurance policy here.

Cases that travel insurance covers when renting a car

Your travel insurance issued for a trip to Greece will cover the cost of repairing a rental car that may occur in the event of a traffic accident, vandalism, natural disasters and fire.

Travel insurance basically covers everything that is not under your control when you rent a car. In addition, travel insurance covers the theft of a rental car.

It’s important to remember that your rental car’s collision insurance will compensate you for the cost of repairs if someone breaks into it. However, this insurance does not cover your personal belongings in the car.

Damage not covered by insurance

It is important to note that collision damage insurance does not cover damage to certain vehicle parts. The coverage policy excludes the undercarriage, roof and windshield. If, unfortunately, the windshield is damaged in an accident, you will have to pay the entire bill for the repair of the rental car yourself.

If you violate Greek law or the terms of your car rental agreement, you will have to take care of paying the total cost of damage if, for example, the car is damaged by speeding. Travel insurance for rentals will not cover such damage. Usually, the car rental agreement does not mention pre-existing damage to the vehicle. Therefore, it is very important to fix them upon receipt of the car.

Third party liability and theft insurance

Third party liability insurance is required by Greek law to protect you from damage to property, injury or injury to others on the road. Most rental agreements include insurance against theft of the rental car. In addition, a franchise is provided. You need to follow the law and the lease agreement.

Are there exclusions for third party liability insurance?

While car rental travel insurance can be a valuable addition to your travel insurance package, not all rental agencies in Greece will accept it as valid insurance. This additional option of your travel insurance will have no effect if your chosen car rental company requires you to buy their insurance.

In some circumstances, your insurance will not work. For example, if you were under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the accident. Also, if you caused damage to the rented vehicle as a result of illegal actions.

Travel insurance does not cover other types of vehicles such as SUVs and motorcycles. If you are planning to rent a certain type of car in Greece, please read the terms and conditions of the insurance plan before booking in order to prevent any potential claims issues.

Does the rental car travel insurance cover the deductible?

Most travel insurance policies in Greece cover the deductible in the event of theft or if the cost of repairing a rental car in an accident exceeds this amount. However, the insurance company may set a limit on this payment, which will depend on the level of insurance you choose.

In addition, if you are medically unable to drive, some insurers may cover the cost of transporting your car to the nearest rental location. In these situations, a written correspondence with your referring physician is usually required. The conditions for coverage of insurance policies differ from one another.

When filing a claim with your insurance company, please be aware that you must pay the deductible amount of your car rental company. You will then submit an application and supporting documentation and the insurer will reimburse you after it has been assessed. For some, this may seem inconvenient, but the possible savings and added peace of mind are always worth the effort.

Protecting your risks

Your insurance company may offer you a Super Damage Insurance option that reduces your own risk to a minimum or to zero. Prices and conditions vary, so double check what you get for your money.

Before picking up the rental car, you can also purchase this insurance option yourself from the rental company. It’s often cheaper and can cover windshield, tire, roof and chassis damage.

However, if you purchase a separate policy, you will be responsible for paying the deductible to the car rental company and then claiming it back from the insurer.

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EXTREME

Tents Series “ Extreme ” (Extreme), suitable for most natural and weather conditions, due to its design features and parameters. This series is designed not only for expeditions and hiking, but is designed to satisfy the requirements of any traveler who values ​​high quality and modern materials. Our tents are framed for quick and easy set up, even in adverse weather conditions such as strong winds or rain. The high water resistance characteristics of the awning will provide you with a comfortable sleep, regardless of whether it is dry, rainy or snowing. Tents of the Extreme series are equipped with snow and windproof skirts, which is ideal for use in winter. They have been tested in the harshest conditions of our planet – from the Himalayas and the windy Andes, to the endless sands of the North African Sahara. And yet, you will surely appreciate their advantages even in an ordinary campground.

A series of lightweight tents “ Extreme Light ” (Lightweight) combines all the advanced technologies of the “Extreme” series and an excellent combination of price and quality of the “Outdoor” series. Unlike extreme tents, these tents have a standard internal construction of duralumin tubes, and do not have a snow skirt, which helps to reduce the weight of the tent as a whole. Tents of this series, in addition to the usual camping, can be used for climbing, trekking and cycling, which leads to high quality and a slightly higher cost compared to the “Outdoor” series. In addition, this series has subsection Ultralight (Ultra light) – these are specific tents made using a special fabric and coating. Instead of the usual polyurethane, a silicone coating is used here, which allows you to make these models as light as possible.


TOURIST

Tents from the “ Outdoor ” series (Tourism) – the most versatile category. They are designed primarily for traditional camping, weekend getaways and water travel. These tents will be equally comfortable in campsites and in the wild, without fear of any vagaries of the weather, whether it be spring, summer or autumn.


CAMPING

There is only one word to describe the Family (Camping) tents – space! There is always enough space for the whole family or a large group of friends – whether it is a stationary camp or a trip. In developing these tents, we tried to pay attention not only to size, but also to the ease of assembly and simplicity of design, for maximum convenience for the whole family.

“Fisherman’s luxury”, this is the most accurate definition of our special offer – the series “ Fish “(Fishing). These tents have been designed with a focus on minimal weight, quick and easy set up, rain protection and more.



BEARING STRUCTURE

External duralumin frame allows you to quickly set up the tent even in the most difficult weather conditions, such as heavy rain or wet snow, while protecting the inner tent from getting wet, plus allows you to start fixing the tent even during the installation process . High wind resistance and reliability is ensured by the use of Yunnan brand arcs (Korea) – one of the leading manufacturers of top-class frames.


INNER TENT

Made of breathable 190T nylon and mosquito net.


VENTILATION

Husky tents are equipped with a system that provides efficient and controlled ventilation. Mosquito net inserts on the inner tent ensure that accumulated water vapor escapes from it and a minimum of condensate, which in a standard tent often begins to cause serious inconvenience, falling on walls, sleeping bags, creating an atmosphere of dampness and discomfort. In Husky tents, thanks to this system, the overwhelming mass of condensate falls on the walls of the outer tent and flows down safely without causing inconvenience. Ventilation windows allow you to adjust the level of access to fresh air from outside. Provides great ventilation when it’s hot and closes tightly to keep the warmth inside the tent when it’s cold.


ANCHORING THE TENT

Anchoring with special pins ensures maximum quality of installation and stability of the tent in the most adverse weather conditions. This design allows you to set up the tent practically without the use of pegs, while between the wall of the outer tent, along which accumulated condensate usually flows, and the inner tent, there is always a sufficient gap to prevent the inner walls from getting wet, even in strong winds. All this ensures ease of installation and comfortable rest even in the most severe weather and natural conditions.


External awning

used fabrics with polyurethane coating provides strength and water resistance of the thread


Shelf for trifles

will allow you to store a number of accessories necessary in the campaign

Ripstop fabric

81 It has a high level of resistance to damage, due to the fact that the fabric itself is stitched throughout the entire structure with a thicker and more durable thread, which gives a characteristic “pattern” of a small cell.


TAPED SEAMS

Guaranteed to prevent moisture from seeping through the seams, keeping the inside of the tent dry and comfortable even in the heaviest rain.


DOUBLE ZIPPER

Provides easy zippering/unzipping in any direction.


SNOW AND WIND SKIRT

An indispensable item for difficult weather conditions. It will prevent water from flowing under the awning in the rain and blowing snow into a blizzard, additionally retain heat in cold weather, and in the heat it can be quickly removed simply by tucking it up and fastening it with special buttons. In addition, it can be used as an additional element for securing the tent – there are loops for pegs around the entire perimeter of the skirt, or you can simply press it down by covering it with stones or snow around the perimeter.


COMPRESSION BAG

Equipped with two compression straps, it allows you to quickly fold, pack and compress the tent, thereby minimizing its bulk for easy portability.


REPAIR KIT

Almost every Husky tent comes with a factory repair kit that allows you to quickly fix the problems that have arisen – these are pieces of each fabric used in the tent, glue with a brush, dural tube for repairing the arches, as well as elements of plastic fittings.


UV PROTECTION

All Extreme Series are made of fabrics with UV protection, which is especially important when used in the mountains dries. Ripstop (RIPSTOP) is such a technology when synthetic fibers, thick and durable, permeate the entire material with a network. The material with ripstop technology is resistant to mechanical damage, and its structure prevents further spread of the gap if it does occur.


190T Nylon (inner tent)

100% nylon. The material is really soft, elastic, but at the same time durable. The fabric has excellent characteristics, primarily such as light weight and breathability.


Mosquito net (inner tent)

Breathable material that provides excellent ventilation and insect protection. Despite its softness and lightness, this material remains quite durable.


Polyethylene Laminated (floor)

A very durable material used for flooring in large tents. Such a floor is resistant to damage and has a high level of water resistance.


109T Polyester (floor)

Polyester fabric. This material is light and durable and does not allow moisture to pass through, and this is very important for creating high-quality tents.


Duralumin poles (frame)

Duralumin is one of the most common tent frame materials. This is a durable and lightweight material, mainly used in the creation of expeditionary or extra durable tents.


Durawrap (frame)

Durawrap are reinforced fiberglass wires tightly covered with a special polyester film, which significantly increases the life expectancy, strength and elasticity of such wires. In addition, if such an arc is broken, then the cracks will not go along the entire length of the arc, everything will be limited exclusively to the break point (in fact, the material in this aspect behaves like duralumin).


Polyurethane (coated)

The most common type of covering used in the construction of tents. Information about the nature of the coating lies in the height of the water column that such a coating can hold, thus determining the water resistance of the awning.


Silicone (coated)

Excellent coating that provides a high level of moisture protection while being lighter than polyurethane. The silicone coated tent is especially suitable for low temperature conditions.

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    El tiempo en Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife hoy

    Hoy

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    19 Sep

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    El clima en Tenerife, el tiempo por mes, temperatura promedio (España)

    En Tenerife, los veranos son cortos, calurosos, húmedos, áridos y despejados; los inviernos son largos, cómodos, secos y mayormente despejados y está ventoso durante todo el año. Durante el transcurso del año, la temperatura generalmente varía de 15 °C a 28 °C y rara vez baja a menos de 13 °C o sube a más de 32 °C.

    En base a la puntuación de playa/piscina,
    la mejor época del año para visitar Tenerife para las actividades de calor es desde mediados de junio hasta finales de septiembre

    cómodacalientecómodaene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.AhoraAhora98 %98 %62 %62 %despejadonubladoprecipitación: 19 mmprecipitación: 19 mm0 mm0 mmbochornoso: 45 %bochornoso: 45 %0 %0 %secosecopuntuación de playa/piscina: 9.3puntuación de playa/piscina: 9.32.82.8

    El tiempo por mes en Tenerife. Haga clic en cada gráfico para ver más información

    La temporada templada dura 2,8 meses, del 10 de julio al 3 de octubre, y la temperatura máxima promedio diaria es más de 27 °C. El mes más cálido del año en Tenerife es agosto, con una temperatura máxima promedio de 28 °C y mínima de 22 °C.

    La temporada fresca dura 4,4 meses, del 12 de diciembre al 23 de abril, y la temperatura máxima promedio diaria es menos de 23 °C. El mes más frío del año
    en Tenerife es febrero, con una temperatura mínima promedio de 15 °C y máxima de 22 °C.

    Temperatura máxima y mínima promedio en Tenerife

    Temperatura máxima y mínima promedio en Tenerifecalurososfrescosene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.-20 °C-20 °C-15 °C-15 °C-10 °C-10 °C-5 °C-5 °C0 °C0 °C5 °C5 °C10 °C10 °C15 °C15 °C20 °C20 °C25 °C25 °C30 °C30 °C35 °C35 °C40 °C40 °C8 feb.21 °C8 feb.21 °C20 ago.28 °C20 ago.28 °C15 °C15 °C22 °C22 °C10 jul.27 °C10 jul.27 °C3 oct.27 °C3 oct.27 °C12 dic.23 °C12 dic.23 °C23 abr.23 °C23 abr.23 °C20 °C20 °C21 °C21 °C17 °C17 °C17 °C17 °CAhoraAhora

    La temperatura máxima (línea roja) y la temperatura mínima (línea azul) promedio diaria con las bandas de los percentiles 25º a 75º, y 10º a 90º. Las líneas delgadas punteadas son las temperaturas promedio percibidas correspondientes.

    Promedio ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Máxima 21 °C 22 °C 22 °C 23 °C 24 °C 25 °C 27 °C 28 °C 28 °C 26 °C 24 °C 23 °C
    Temp. 18 °C 18 °C 19 °C 19 °C 21 °C 22 °C 24 °C 25 °C 24 °C 23 °C 21 °C 19 °C
    Mínima 16 °C 15 °C 16 °C 17 °C 18 °C 19 °C 21 °C 22 °C 21 °C 20 °C 19 °C 17 °C

    La figura siguiente muestra una ilustración compacta de las temperaturas promedio por hora de todo el año. El eje horizontal es el día del año, el eje vertical es la hora y el color es la temperatura promedio para ese día y a esa hora.

    Temperatura promedio por hora en Tenerife

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    29 °C
    muy caliente
    35 °C
    tórrida

    La temperatura promedio por hora, codificada por colores en bandas. Las áreas sombreadas superpuestas indican la noche y el crepúsculo civil.

    © OpenStreetMap contributors

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    En Tenerife, el promedio del porcentaje del cielo cubierto con nubes varía considerablemente en el transcurso del año.

    La parte más despejada del año en Tenerife comienza aproximadamente el 21 de mayo; dura 3,8 meses y se termina aproximadamente el 15 de septiembre.

    El mes más despejado del año
    en Tenerife es julio, durante el cual en promedio el cielo está despejado, mayormente despejado o parcialmente nublado el 98 % del tiempo.

    La parte más nublada del año comienza aproximadamente el 15 de septiembre; dura 8,2 meses y se termina aproximadamente el 21 de mayo.

    El mes más nublado del año
    en Tenerife es noviembre, durante el cual en promedio el cielo está nublado o mayormente nublado el 38 % del tiempo.

    Categorías de nubosidad en Tenerife

    Categorías de nubosidad en Tenerifemás despejadomás nubladomás nubladoene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 %100 %10 %90 %20 %80 %30 %70 %40 %60 %50 %50 %60 %40 %70 %30 %80 %20 %90 %10 %100 %0 %19 jul. 98 %19 jul.98 %16 nov.62 %16 nov.62 %21 may.80 %21 may.80 %15 sept.80 %15 sept.80 %AhoraAhoradespejadonubladomayormente despejadoparcialmente nublado

    0 %
    despejado
    20 %
    mayormente despejado
    40 %
    parcialmente nublado
    60 %
    mayormente nublado
    80 %
    nublado
    100 %

    El porcentaje de tiempo pasado en cada banda de cobertura de nubes, categorizado según el porcentaje del cielo cubierto de nubes.

    Fracción ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Más nublado 31 % 27 % 26 % 24 % 21 % 9 % 2 % 6 % 21 % 34 % 38 % 35 %
    Más despejado 69 % 73 % 74 % 76 % 79 % 91 % 98 % 94 % 79 % 66 % 62 % 65 %

    Un día mojado es un día con por lo menos 1 milímetro de líquido o precipitación equivalente a líquido. La probabilidad de días mojados en Tenerife varía durante el año.

    La temporada más mojada dura 5,2 meses, de 14 de octubre a 21 de marzo, con una probabilidad de más del 5 % de que cierto día será un día mojado. El mes con más días mojados en Tenerife es diciembre, con un promedio de 3,1 días con por lo menos 1 milímetro de precipitación.

    La temporada más seca dura 6,8 meses, del 21 de marzo al 14 de octubre. El mes con menos días mojados en Tenerife es junio, con un promedio de 0,1 días con por lo menos 1 milímetro de precipitación.

    Entre los días mojados, distinguimos entre los que tienen solamente lluvia, solamente nieve o una combinación de las dos. El mes con más días con solo lluvia en Tenerife es diciembre, con un promedio de 3,1 días. En base a esta categorización, el tipo más común de precipitación durante el año es solo lluvia, con una probabilidad máxima del 11 % el 30 de diciembre.

    Probabilidad diaria de precipitación en Tenerife

    Probabilidad diaria de precipitación en Tenerifemojadosmojadossecosene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 %0 %10 %10 %20 %20 %30 %30 %40 %40 %50 %50 %60 %60 %70 %70 %80 %80 %90 %90 %100 %100 %30 dic.11 %30 dic.11 %21 jun.0 %21 jun.0 %14 oct.5 %14 oct.5 %21 mar.5 %21 mar.5 %lluvia

    El porcentaje de días en los que se observan diferentes tipos de precipitación, excluidas las cantidades ínfimas: solo lluvia, solo nieve, mezcla (llovió y nevó el mismo día).

    Días de ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Lluvia 2,8d 2,7d 2,0d 1,2d 0,5d 0,1d 0,1d 0,4d 1,0d 1,9d 2,6d 3,1d

    Para mostrar la variación durante un mes y no solamente los totales mensuales, mostramos la precipitación de lluvia acumulada durante un período de 31 días en una escala móvil centrado alrededor de cada día del año. Tenerife tiene una variación ligera de lluvia mensual por estación.

    La temporada de lluvia dura 4,2 meses, del 1 de noviembre al 6 de marzo, con un intervalo móvil de 31 días de lluvia de por lo menos 13 milímetros. El mes con más lluvia en Tenerife es diciembre, con un promedio de 19 milímetros de lluvia.

    El periodo del año sin lluvia dura 7,8 meses, del 6 de marzo al 1 de noviembre. El mes con menos lluvia en Tenerife es julio, con un promedio de 0 milímetros de lluvia.

    Promedio mensual de lluvia en Tenerife

    Promedio mensual de lluvia en Tenerifelluvialluviaene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 mm0 mm10 mm10 mm20 mm20 mm30 mm30 mm40 mm40 mm50 mm50 mm60 mm60 mm16 dic.19 mm16 dic.19 mm3 jul.0 mm3 jul.0 mm1 nov.13 mm1 nov.13 mm6 mar.13 mm6 mar.13 mmAhoraAhora

    La lluvia promedio (línea sólida) acumulada en un periodo de 31 días en una escala móvil, centrado en el día en cuestión, con las bandas de percentiles del 25º al 75º y del 10º al 90º. La línea delgada punteada es la precipitación de nieve promedio correspondiente.

    ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Lluvia 16,7mm 14,4mm 10,1mm 5,2mm 1,6mm 0,5mm 0,3mm 1,5mm 4,1mm 9,2mm 15,0mm 19,0mm

    La duración del día en Tenerife varía durante el año. En 2022, el día más corto es el 21 de diciembre, con 10 horas y 21 minutos de luz natural; el día más largo es el 21 de junio, con 13 horas y 57 minutos de luz natural.

    Horas de luz natural y crepúsculo en Tenerife

    Horas de luz natural y crepúsculo en Tenerifeene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 h34 h5 h30 h8 h26 h22 h22 h26 h8 h30 h5 h34 h0 h22 h y 7 min20 mar. 12 h y 7 min20 mar.13 h y 57 min21 jun.13 h y 57 min21 jun.12 h y 8 min23 sept.12 h y 8 min23 sept.10 h y 21 min21 dic.10 h y 21 min21 dic.nochenochedíaAhoraAhora

    La cantidad de horas durante las cuales el sol está visible (línea negra). De abajo (más amarillo) hacia arriba (más gris), las bandas de color indican: luz natural total, crepúsculo (civil, náutico y astronómico) y noche total.

    Horas de ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Luz natural 10,6h 11,2h 12,0h 12,9h 13,6h 13,9h 13,7h 13,1h 12,3h 11,5h 10,7h 10,4h

    La salida del sol más temprana es a las 7:03 el 26 de marzo, y la salida del sol más tardía es 1 hora y 12 minutos más tarde a las 8:15 el 29 de octubre. La puesta del sol más temprana es a las 18:09 el 1 de diciembre, y la puesta del sol más tardía es 2 horas y 58 minutos más tarde a las 21:07 el 1 de julio.

    Se observó el horario de verano (HDV) en Tenerife durante el 2022; comenzó en la primavera el 27 de marzo, duró 7,1 meses, y se terminó en el otoño del 30 de octubre.

    Salida del sol y puesta del sol con crepúsculo y horario de verano en Tenerife

    Salida del sol y puesta del sol con crepúsculo y horario de verano en Tenerifeene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.2468101214161820220226 mar.7:0326 mar.7:0321:071 jul.21:071 jul.1 dic.18:091 dic.18:098:1529 oct.8:1529 oct.27 mar.HDV27 mar.HDVHDV30 oct.HDV30 oct.díanochenochenocheMedianochesolarMedianochesolarMediodíasolarAmanecerAtardecerAhoraAhora

    El día solar durante el año 2022. De abajo hacia arriba, las líneas negras son la medianoche solar anterior, la salida del sol, el mediodía solar, la puesta del sol y la siguiente medianoche solar. El día, los crepúsculos (civil, náutico y astronómico) y la noche se indican por el color de las bandas, de amarillo a gris. Las transiciones hacia y del horario de verano se indican con la sigla HDV.

    La imagen de abajo es una representación compacta de la elevación del sol (el ángulo del sol sobre el horizonte) y el acimut (la orientación en la brújula) para cada hora del día del periodo que se reporta. El eje horizontal es el día del año y el eje vertical es la hora del día. En un día dado y a cierta hora de ese día, el color de fondo indica el acimut del sol en ese momento. Las isolíneas negras son el contorno de elevación solar constante.

    Elevación solar y acimut en Tenerife

    Elevación solar y acimut en Tenerifeene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.00224466881010121214141616181820202222000000101010202020303030304040405050606070708000010101010202020303030404040405050606070708038AhoraAhora

    norteestesuroeste

    Elevación solar y acimut durante el año 2022. Las líneas negras son líneas de elevación solar constante (el ángulo del sol sobre el horizonte, en grados). El color de fondo sólido indica el acimut (la orientación en la brújula) del sol. Las áreas de colores claros en los límites de los puntos cardenales de la brújula indican las direcciones intermedias implícitas (noreste, sureste, suroeste y noroeste).

    La siguiente figura es una representación compacta de los principales datos de la luna en el 2022. El eje horizontal es el día, el eje vertical es la hora del día y las áreas sombreadas indican cuándo está la luna sobre el horizonte. Las barras grises verticales (luna nueva) y las barras azules (luna llena) indican las fases de la luna.

    Salida, puesta y fases de la luna en Tenerife

    Salida, puesta y fases de la luna en Tenerifeene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.004488121216162020002 ene.2 ene.17 ene.17 ene.1 feb.1 feb.16 feb.16 feb.2 mar.2 mar.18 mar.18 mar.1 abr.1 abr.16 abr.16 abr.30 abr.30 abr. 16 may.16 may.30 may.30 may.14 jun.14 jun.29 jun.29 jun.13 jul.13 jul.28 jul.28 jul.12 ago.12 ago.27 ago.27 ago.10 sept.10 sept.25 sept.25 sept.9 oct.9 oct.25 oct.25 oct.8 nov.8 nov.23 nov.23 nov.8 dic.8 dic.23 dic.23 dic.

    La hora a la que la luna está sobre el horizonte (área azul claro) con la luna nueva (líneas gris obscuro) y la luna llena (líneas azules) indicadas. Las áreas sombreadas superpuestas indican la noche y el crepúsculo civil.

    Basamos el nivel de comodidad de la humedad en el punto de rocío, ya que éste determina si el sudor se evaporará de la piel enfriando así el cuerpo. Cuando los puntos de rocío son más bajos se siente más seco y cuando son altos se siente más húmedo. A diferencia de la temperatura, que generalmente varía considerablemente entre la noche y el día, el punto de rocío tiende a cambiar más lentamente, así es que aunque la temperatura baje en la noche, en un día húmedo generalmente la noche es húmeda.

    En Tenerife la humedad percibida varía considerablemente.

    El período más húmedo del año dura 4,5 meses, del 23 de junio al 7 de noviembre, y durante ese tiempo el nivel de comodidad es bochornoso, opresivo o insoportable por lo menos durante el 11 % del tiempo. El mes con más días bochornosos en Tenerife es septiembre, con 12,5 días bochornosos o peor.

    El mes con menos días bochornosos en Tenerife es febrero, con 0,1 días bochornosos o peor.

    Niveles de comodidad de la humedad en Tenerife

    Niveles de comodidad de la humedad en Tenerifebochornososene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 %0 %10 %10 %20 %20 %30 %30 %40 %40 %50 %50 %60 %60 %70 %70 %80 %80 %90 %90 %100 %100 %14 ene.0 %14 ene.0 %1 sept.45 %1 sept.45 %23 jun.11 %23 jun.11 %7 nov.11 %7 nov.11 %AhoraAhorabochornosobochornosohúmedohúmedocómodocómodosecoseco

    seco
    13 °C
    cómodo
    16 °C
    húmedo
    18 °C
    bochornoso
    21 °C
    opresivo
    24 °C
    insoportable

    El porcentaje de tiempo pasado en varios niveles de comodidad de humedad, categorizado por el punto de rocío.

    ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Días bochornosos 0,1d 0,1d 0,1d 0,1d 0,7d 2,8d 7,0d 12,4d 12,5d 7,9d 2,2d 0,6d

    Esta sección trata sobre el vector de viento promedio por hora del área ancha (velocidad y dirección) a 10 metros sobre el suelo. El viento de cierta ubicación depende en gran medida de la topografía local y de otros factores; y la velocidad instantánea y dirección del viento varían más ampliamente que los promedios por hora.

    La velocidad promedio del viento por hora en Tenerife tiene variaciones estacionales considerables en el transcurso del año.

    La parte más ventosa del año dura 2,5 meses, del 18 de junio al 2 de septiembre, con velocidades promedio del viento de más de 21,0 kilómetros por hora. El mes más ventoso del año en Tenerife es julio, con vientos a una velocidad promedio de 24,8 kilómetros por hora.

    El tiempo más calmado del año dura 9,5 meses, del 2 de septiembre al 18 de junio. El mes más calmado del año en Tenerife es octubre, con vientos a una velocidad promedio de 17,0 kilómetros por hora.

    Velocidad promedio del viento en Tenerife

    Velocidad promedio del viento en Tenerifeventososene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 km/h0 km/h5 km/h5 km/h20 km/h20 km/h25 km/h25 km/h30 km/h30 km/h35 km/h35 km/h40 km/h40 km/h27 jul.25,4 km/h27 jul.25,4 km/h7 oct.16,7 km/h7 oct.16,7 km/hAhoraAhora

    El promedio de la velocidad media del viento por hora (línea gris oscuro), con las bandas de percentil 25º a 75º y 10º a 90º.

    ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Vel. del viento (kph) 20.4 21.2 21.0 20.5 19.9 21.0 24.8 23.2 18.6 17.0 18.8 20.0

    La dirección predominante promedio por hora del viento en Tenerife varía durante el año.

    El viento con más frecuencia viene del norte durante 10 meses, del 24 de enero al 30 de noviembre, con un porcentaje máximo del 99 % en 21 de julio. El viento con más frecuencia viene del este durante 1,8 meses, del 30 de noviembre al 24 de enero, con un porcentaje máximo del 48 % en 1 de enero.

    Dirección del viento en Tenerife

    Dirección del viento en TenerifeENEene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 %100 %20 %80 %40 %60 %60 %40 %80 %20 %100 %0 %AhoraAhoraestenorteoestesur

    norteestesuroeste

    El porcentaje de horas en las que la dirección media del viento viene de cada uno de los cuatro puntos cardinales, excluidas las horas en que la velocidad media del viento es menos de 1,6 km/h. Las áreas de colores claros en los límites son el porcentaje de horas que pasa en las direcciones intermedias implícitas (noreste, sureste, suroeste y noroeste).

    Tenerife se encuentra cerca de una masa grande de agua (p. ej. un océano, mar o lago grande). Esta sección reporta la temperatura promedio de la superficie del agua de una área amplia.

    La temperatura promedio del agua tiene variaciones estacionales extremadas durante el año.

    La época del año cuando el agua está más caliente dura 2,9 meses, del 9 de agosto al 6 de noviembre, con una temperatura promedio superior a 23 °C. El mes del año en Tenerife en el que la temperatura del agua es más caliente es septiembre, con una temperatura promedio del agua de 24 °C.

    La época del año cuando el agua está más fría dura 4,0 meses, del 8 de enero al 8 de mayo, con una temperatura promedio inferior a 20 °C. El mes del año en Tenerife en el que la temperatura del agua es más fría es marzo, con una temperatura promedio del agua de 19 °C.

    Temperatura promedio del agua en Tenerife

    Temperatura promedio del agua en Tenerifecalurososfrescosene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.17 °C17 °C18 °C18 °C19 °C19 °C20 °C20 °C21 °C21 °C22 °C22 °C23 °C23 °C24 °C24 °C25 °C25 °C24 sept.24 °C24 sept.24 °C19 °C2 mar.19 °C2 mar.9 ago.23 °C9 ago.23 °C6 nov.23 °C6 nov.23 °C8 ene.20 °C8 ene.20 °C8 may.20 °C8 may.20 °CAhoraAhora

    La temperatura diaria promedio del agua (línea púrpura), con las bandas de los percentiles 25º a 75º y 10º a 90º.

    Agua ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Temperatura 20 °C 19 °C 19 °C 19 °C 20 °C 21 °C 22 °C 23 °C 24 °C 23 °C 22 °C 21 °C

    Para describir qué tan agradable es el clima en Tenerife durante el año, calculamos dos puntuaciones para viajar.

    La puntuación de turismo favorece los días despejados y sin lluvia con temperaturas percibidas entre 18 °C y 27 °C. En base a esta puntuación,
    la mejor época del año para visitar Tenerife para las actividades turísticas generales a la intemperie es desde finales de marzo hasta mediados de agosto, con una puntuación máxima en la última semana de junio.

    Puntuación de turismo
    en Tenerife

    Puntuación de turismo
    en Tenerifemejor épocaene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.002244668810109.39.37.87.8AhoraAhoraprecipitaciónprecipitaciónnubesnubestemperaturatemperaturapuntuación de turismo

    La puntuación de turismo (área rellena) y sus componentes: la puntuación de temperatura (línea roja), la puntuación de nubosidad (línea azul) y la puntuación de precipitación (línea verde).

    La puntuación de playa/piscina favorece días despejados, sin lluvia, con temperaturas percibidas entre 24 °C y 32 °C. En base a esta puntuación,
    la mejor época del año para visitar Tenerife para actividades de clima caluroso es desde mediados de junio hasta finales de septiembre, con una puntuación máxima en la última semana de julio.

    Punturación de playa/piscina en Tenerife

    Punturación de playa/piscina en Tenerifemejor épocaene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.002244668810109.39.32.82.8AhoraAhoraprecipitaciónprecipitaciónnubesnubestemperaturatemperaturapuntuación de playa/piscina

    La puntuación de playa/piscina (área rellena) y sus componentes: la puntuación de temperatura (línea roja), la puntuación de cobertura de nubes (línea azul) y la puntuación de precipitación (línea verde).

    Metodología

    Para cada hora entre 8:00 y 21:00 del día en el período de análisis (1980 a 2016), se calculan las puntuaciones independientes de temperatura percibida, nubosidad y precipitación total. Esas puntuaciones se combinan en una sola puntuación compuesta por hora, que luego se agregan por día y se promedian todos los años del periodo de análisis y se suavizan.

    Nuestra puntuación de nubosidad es 10 cuando el cielo está despejado y baja linealmente a 9 cuando el cielo está mayormente despejado y a 1 cuando el cielo está totalmente nublado.

    Nuestra puntuación de precipitación, que se basa en la precipitación de tres horas centrada en la hora en cuestión, es 10 si no hay precipitación y baja linealmente a 9 si hay vestigios de precipitación y a 0 si hay 1 milímetro o más de precipitación.

    Nuestra puntuación de turismo es 0 si las temperaturas percibidas son inferiores a 10 °C, sube linealmente a 9 si son 18 °C, a 10 si son 24 °C y baja linealmente a 9 si son 27 °C y a 1 si son superiores 32 °C o superiores.

    Nuestra puntuación de playa/piscina es 0 si las temperaturas percibidas son inferiores a 18 °C, aumenta linealmente a 9 si son 24 °C, a 10 si son 28 °C,
    y baja linealmente a 9 si son 32 °C y a 1 si son 38 °C o superiores.

    Las definiciones del periodo de cultivo varían en todo el mundo, pero para fines de este informe, lo definimos con el periodo continuo más largo de temperaturas sin heladas (≥ 0 °C) del año (el año calendario en el hemisferio norte o del 1 de julio al 30 de junio en el hemisferio sur).

    Las temperaturas en Tenerife son lo suficientemente cálidas todo el año por lo que no tiene sentido hablar del periodo de cultivo en estos términos. No obstante, la siguiente tabla se incluye como ilustración de la distribución de temperaturas durante el año.

    Tiempo que se pasa en diferentes bandas de temperatura y el periodo de cultivo
    en Tenerife

    Tiempo que se pasa en diferentes bandas de temperatura y el periodo de cultivo
    en Tenerifeene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 %100 %10 %90 %20 %80 %30 %70 %40 %60 %50 %50 %60 %40 %70 %30 %80 %20 %90 %10 %100 %0 %100 %1 ene.100 %1 ene.100 %3 jul.100 %3 jul.AhoraAhorafrescacómodacalientemuy caliente

    frígida
    -9 °C
    helada
    0 °C
    muy fría
    7 °C
    fría
    13 °C
    fresca
    18 °C
    cómoda
    24 °C
    caliente
    29 °C
    muy caliente
    35 °C
    tórrida

    El porcentaje de tiempo que se pasa en diferentes bandas de temperatura. La línea negra es el porcentaje de probabilidad de que un día dado esté dentro del periodo de cultivo.

    Los grados día de crecimiento son una medida de la acumulación de calor anual que se usan para predecir el desarrollo de las plantas y los animales y se define como la integral térmica por encima de una temperatura base, descartando el exceso por encima de una temperatura máxima. En este informe usamos una base de 10 °C y un tope máximo de 30 °C

    Grados día de crecimiento en Tenerife

    Grados día de crecimiento en Tenerifeene.feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 °C0 °C500 °C500 °C1.000 °C1.000 °C1.500 °C1.500 °C2.000 °C2.000 °C2.500 °C2.500 °C3.000 °C3.000 °C3.500 °C3.500 °C4.000 °C4.000 °C6 ene.50 °C6 ene.50 °C25 abr.1.000 °C25 abr.1.000 °C31 dic.4.088 °C31 dic.4.088 °CAhoraAhora

    Los grados día de crecimiento promedio acumulados en el transcurso del año, con las bandas de percentiles 25 a 75 y 10 a 90.

    Esta sección trata sobre la energía solar de onda corta incidente diaria total que llega a la superficie de la tierra en una área amplia, tomando en cuenta las variaciones estacionales de la duración del día, la elevación del sol sobre el horizonte y la absorción de las nubes y otros elementos atmosféricos. La radiación de onda corta incluye luz visible y radiación ultravioleta.

    La energía solar de onda corta incidente promedio diaria tiene variaciones estacionales considerables durante el año.

    El período más resplandeciente del año dura 4,0 meses, del 22 de abril al 21 de agosto, con una energía de onda corta incidente diaria promedio por metro cuadrado superior a 7,3 kWh. El mes más resplandeciente del año en Tenerife es junio, con un promedio de 8,2 kWh.

    El periodo más obscuro del año dura 3,1 meses, del 2 de noviembre al 5 de febrero, con una energía de onda corta incidente diaria promedio por metro cuadrado de menos de 4,4 kWh. El mes más oscuro del año en Tenerife es diciembre, con un promedio de 3,5 kWh.

    Energía solar de onda corta incidente diaria promedio en Tenerife

    Energía solar de onda corta incidente diaria promedio en Teneriferesplandecienteobscuroene. feb.mar.abr.may.jun.jul.ago.sept.oct.nov.dic.0 kWh0 kWh2 kWh2 kWh3 kWh3 kWh4 kWh4 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh6 kWh6 kWh7 kWh7 kWh8 kWh8 kWh9 kWh9 kWh23 jun.8,2 kWh23 jun.8,2 kWh27 dic.3,5 kWh27 dic.3,5 kWh32 abr.7,3 kWh32 abr.7,3 kWh31 ago.7,3 kWh31 ago.7,3 kWh5 feb.4,4 kWh5 feb.4,4 kWhAhoraAhora

    La energía solar de onda corta promedio diaria que llega a la tierra por metro cuadrado (línea anaranjada), con las bandas de percentiles 25º a 75º y 10º a 90º.

    ene. feb. mar. abr. may. jun. jul. ago. sept. oct. nov. dic.
    Energía solar kWh 3.9 4.9 6.1 7.1 7.8 8.2 8.0 7.4 6.3 5.1 4.0 3.5

    Para fines de este informe, las coordenadas geográficas de Tenerife son latitud: 28,330°, longitud: -16,510°, y elevación: 0 m.

    La topografía en un radio de 3 kilómetros de Tenerife es esencialmente llana, con un cambio máximo de altitud de 0 metros y una altitud promedio de 0 metros sobre el nivel del mar. En un radio de 16 kilómetros también es esencialmente plano (0 metros). En un radio de 80 kilómetros también es esencialmente plano (0 metros).

    El área en un radio de 3 kilómetros de Tenerife está cubierta de árboles (60 %) y arbustos (40 %), en un radio de 16 kilómetros de árboles (29 %) y arbustos (28 %) y en un radio de 80 kilómetros de agua (88 %).

    Este informe ilustra el clima típico en Tenerife, basado en un análisis estadístico de informes climatológicos históricos por hora y reconstrucciones de modelos del 1 de enero de 1980 al 31 de diciembre de 2016.

    Los detalles de las fuentes de los datos que se usaron para este informe se encuentran en la página de Aeropuerto de Tenerife Sur.

    Descargo de responsabilidad

    La información de este sitio se proporciona tal cual, sin garantías sobre su veracidad o idoneidad para un fin en particular. Los datos climatológicos son propensos a errores, discrepancias y otros defectos. No asumimos responsabilidad alguna por decisiones tomadas en base al contenido de este sitio.

    Hacemos incapié cauteloso en que nos basamos en las reconstrucciones basadas en el modelo MERRA-2 para una variedad de importantes series de datos. Aunque tenemos las grandes ventajas de información espacial y temporal completa, estas reconstrucciones: (1) se basan en modelos informáticos que podrían tener errores en el modelo, (2) se muestrean a grandes rasgos en una cuadrícula de 50 km y, por lo tanto, no se pueden reconstruir con las variaciones locales de muchos microclimas y (3) tienen una dificultad particular con el clima en algunas áreas costeras, especialmente islas pequeñas.

    Se advierte además que nuestras puntuaciones de viaje solamente son tan buenas como los datos en los que se basan, que las condiciones del clima en una ubicación y un momento dados son impredecibles y variables y que la definición de las puntuaciones refleja un conjunto en particular de preferencias que quizás no estén de acuerdo con las de un lector en particular.

    Lea nuestros términos completos que figuran en nuestra página Términos del servicio

    Tenerife

    Provincia de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Comunidad Autónoma de Canarias, España

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    Clima y tiempo en Tenerife: temperatura, precipitaciones, cuándo ir

    Índice


    • Introducción
    • Las costas – Santa Cruz, Costa sur
    • Temperatura del mar
    • Las zonas del interior – La Laguna, Teide
    • Cuándo ir
    • Qué llevar en la maleta

    Introducción


    En Tenerife, la mayor de las Islas Canarias, el clima es subtropical oceánico en las costas, es decir, muy templado y soleado durante la mayor parte del año, con poca lluvia concentrada en el período de octubre a marzo. En las zonas del interior, el clima varía según la altitud y la exposición: las pendientes orientadas al noreste reciben una buena cantidad de lluvia y son verdes, mientras que en el resto de la isla las precipitaciones son escasas, generalmente por debajo de 250 milímetros por año en las costas, pero a menudo incluso por debajo de 150 mm, y esto explica la aridez de los paisajes a lo largo de las costas y de las laderas meridionales.

    Los vientos predominantes, los vientos alisios del noreste, hacen que la ladera septentrional sea más húmeda, mientras que el calor en las costas durante el verano es más templado; los vientos alisios soplan más intensamente en las horas centrales del día y por la tarde, a menudo de forma moderada, o incluso bastante fuerte.

    A nivel del mar, la zona más expuesta al viento es la costa norte, pero también las zonas más expuestas de las costas este y sur (ver Punta de Abona, El Médano). La zona menos ventosa es la costa con orientación suroeste (ver Playa San Juan, Costa Adeje, Playa de Los Cristianos, Playa de las Américas), gracias a las montañas que la protegen de los vientos del noreste, como se puede apreciar en la siguiente imagen.

    Las temperaturas generalmente tienden a permanecer alrededor de la media, sin embargo, de diciembre a marzo, puede haber algunos días frescos, con máximas por debajo de los 20 °C. En los días más fríos del año, que suelen ocurrir en febrero, la temperatura suele bajar a 10/11 °C por la noche, mientras que la máxima se mantiene alrededor de 17/18 °C.

    Por otro lado, los días de calima, caracterizados por un calor anómalo y un viento débil, en los que predomina el aire caliente de origen africano, son relativamente raros (aunque en los últimos años se han vuelto más frecuentes), y son más frecuentes en primavera y verano: en la práctica, estos son los únicos días en los que se superan los 30 grados y el calor es desagradable. La calima también se siente en las laderas, incluso más a menudo que en la llanura, porque el aire cálido es ligero y tiende a elevarse, mientras que las costas pueden permanecer mitigadas por el frescor que proviene del mar. Los récords de calor en las costas son 34/35 °C en marzo, abril y noviembre, 36/37 °C en mayo, junio y octubre, y 42/44 °C en julio, agosto y septiembre.

    Las costas


    Santa Cruz

    En la ciudad principal, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, las temperaturas diurnas son muy templadas en invierno, con temperaturas máximas de alrededor de 21 grados en enero y febrero, y calurosas en verano, con temperaturas máximas de 28/29 grados de julio a septiembre.

    Aquí están las temperaturas medias.

    Santa Cruz – Temperaturas medias (1991-2020)
    Mese Min (°C) Max (°C) Media (°C)
    Enero 15,5 21,1 18,3
    Febrero 15,4 21,3 18,3
    Marzo 15,9 22,1 19
    Abril 16,8 22,9 19,8
    Mayo 18,1 24,4 21,3
    Junio 19,8 26,5 23,2
    Julio 21,4 28,8 25,1
    Agosto 22,2 29,2 25,7
    Septiembre 21,9 28,1 25
    Octubre 20,6 26,6 23,6
    Noviembre 18,5 24,1 21,3
    Diciembre 16,8 22,2 19,5
    Año 18,6 24,8 21,65

    La tendencia de las lluvias es de tipo mediterráneo, lo que significa que la mayor parte de las lluvias cae de octubre a marzo, porque ese es el período en el que puede llegar a Canarias alguna perturbación del Atlántico; en verano, en la práctica, nunca llueve. La cantidad total de lluvia que cae en Santa Cruz es sin embargo modesta: solo 220 milímetros por año, por lo que estamos a un nivel semidesértico. Aquí está la precipitación media.

    Santa Cruz – Precipitaciones medias
    Mes Cantidad (mm) Días
    Enero 30 4
    Febrero 35 4
    Marzo 40 4
    Abril 10 2
    Mayo 5 1
    Junio 0 0
    Julio 0 0
    Agosto 5 0
    Septiembre 5 1
    Octubre 25 3
    Noviembre 35 5
    Diciembre 35 5
    Año 220 29

    Costa meridional

    En la costa meridional encontramos el otro aeropuerto de la isla, Tenerife Sur, que sirve a los complejos turísticos de la costa suroeste. Aquí las temperaturas son similares a las de Santa Cruz y a las del resto de las costas canarias, incluso si durante las olas de calor la temperatura alcanza valores muy altos.

    Aquí están las temperaturas medias.

    Tenerife Sur – Temperaturas medias (1991-2020)
    Mese Min (°C) Max (°C) Media (°C)
    Enero 15 22 18,5
    Febrero 14,9 22,2 18,5
    Marzo 15,3 23 19,2
    Abril 16 23,3 19,6
    Mayo 17,1 24,3 20,7
    Junio 18,8 25,8 22,3
    Julio 20,2 27,8 24
    Agosto 21,2 28,6 24,9
    Septiembre 21 27,9 24,5
    Octubre 19,9 27 23,5
    Noviembre 18,2 25 21,6
    Diciembre 16,4 23,2 19,8
    Año 17,9 25 21,4

    Las lluvias son muy escasas, menos de 150 milímetros por año, por lo tanto a nivel desértico, y como siempre se concentran en el semestre frío. Aquí está la precipitación media.

    Tenerife Sur – Precipitaciones medias
    Mes Cantidad (mm) Días
    Enero 15 2
    Febrero 20 2
    Marzo 10 1
    Abril 10 1
    Mayo 0 0
    Junio 0 0
    Julio 0 0
    Agosto 0 0
    Septiembre 5 1
    Octubre 15 2
    Noviembre 10 1
    Diciembre 30 3
    Año 115 13

    La insolación en Tenerife es muy buena todo el año, sin embargo, además de las perturbaciones que pueden pasar en el período de octubre a marzo, en el verano pueden pasar bancos de nubes que se forman en el Atlántico, mientras que en la costa septentrional y, sobre todo, en las laderas de las montañas orientadas hacia el norte, se pueden formar nubes y niebla locales. La costa meridional es por lo tanto la más soleada.

    Aquí está el promedio de horas de sol al día en Tenerife Sur.

    Tenerife Sur – Horas de sol
    Mes Promedio diario Total del mes
    Enero 6,5 205 Febrero 7,5 205 Marzo 8 240 Abril 8 235 Mayo 8,5 260 Junio 9 270 Julio 10 315 Agosto 9,5 295 Septiembre 7,5 230 Octubre 7 220 Noviembre 6,5 195 Diciembre 6,5 200 Año 7,9 2870

    En la costa norte (ver Garachico, Puerto de la Cruz), las temperaturas son 1-2 grados más bajas que en las otras costas. Además, llueve con más frecuencia, el paisaje es bastante verde incluso en la costa, y a menudo el mar está agitado.

    Temperatura del mar


    El mar en Tenerife es bastante frío en invierno, aunque no es prohibitivo para bañarse, y permanece bastante fresco en verano, dado que la isla está situada en una latitud baja, casi en el Trópico, pero en esta parte del océano Atlántico fluye una corriente fría. Los que viven en la isla no dejan de bañarse, incluso en invierno, y se han acostumbrado a ello, que es lo que hacen también los turistas nórdicos o los que no temen el frío. Sin embargo, la temperatura del mar oscila entre 19 grados en febrero-marzo y 23/24 °C de agosto a octubre, cuando puede considerarse lo suficientemente cálido para nadar. Aquí está la temperatura del mar.

    Tenerife – Temperatura del mar
    Mes Temp. (°C)
    Enero 19,5 Febrero 19 Marzo 19 Abril 19,5 Mayo 20,5 Junio 21,5 Julio 22,5 Agosto 23 Septiembre 24 Octubre 23,5 Noviembre 22,5 Diciembre 21 Año 21,3

    Las zonas del interior


    Santa Cruz tiene vista al mar, pero más hacia el interior hay barrios encaramados en las laderas, y subiendo la carretera a San Cristóbal de La Laguna, se puede experimentar un clima progresivamente más fresco y más húmedo.

    La Laguna

    A menudo, buscando los datos meteorológicos de Tenerife, se encuentran los del aeropuerto de La Laguna, que es el aeropuerto de referencia de la parte septentrional de la isla (de hecho se llama Tenerife Norte, anteriormente Los Rodeos), y que a veces viene presentado genéricamente como “Tenerife”, pero que, al encontrarse a una altitud de 600 metros, tiene temperaturas decididamente más bajas: la máxima en invierno es de alrededor de 16/17 grados en promedio, y en verano se detiene a 25/26 °C.

    A pesar del clima fresco, con el viento de África la temperatura puede alcanzar o superar los 37 °C de mayo a septiembre.

    Aquí están las temperaturas medias.

    La Laguna – Temperaturas medias (1991-2020)
    Mese Min (°C) Max (°C) Media (°C)
    Enero 10,3 16,3 13,3
    Febrero 10,1 16,7 13,4
    Marzo 10,6 18 14,3
    Abril 11,2 18,6 14,9
    Mayo 12,5 20,5 16,5
    Junio 14,2 22,2 18,2
    Julio 16 24,4 20,2
    Agosto 17 25,8 21,4
    Septiembre 16,6 24,6 20,6
    Octubre 15,5 22,7 19,1
    Noviembre 13,5 19,6 16,5
    Diciembre 11,5 17,3 14,4
    Año 13,3 20,6 16,9

    Al estar en la ladera norte, La Laguna es aún más húmeda y lluviosa: caen 515 milímetros de lluvia al año, con un máximo de noviembre a enero, cuando caen alrededor de 80 mm por mes, distribuidos en 8/9 días por mes, pero también en marzo y octubre llueve durante 6/7 días al mes: es un microclima fresco y húmedo, típico de la vertiente norte de Canarias. En verano también aquí llueve poco, aunque a menudo se forma niebla. Aquí está la precipitación media.

    La Laguna – Precipitaciones medias
    Mes Cantidad (mm) Días
    Enero 80 8
    Febrero 70 7
    Marzo 60 7
    Abril 40 6
    Mayo 20 4
    Junio 10 2
    Julio 5 2
    Agosto 5 1
    Septiembre 15 3
    Octubre 45 7
    Noviembre 80 8
    Diciembre 80 9
    Año 515 64

    Al sur de La Laguna, las laderas del norte de la isla de Tenerife por encima de los 1. 000 metros son aún más húmedas y están cubiertas de bosques. En las zonas más húmedas, las precipitaciones alcanzan los 1.000 mm por año. Las áreas verdes también se encuentran en el municipio de La Orotava, en la vertiente norte del Teide, entre 1.000 y 1.800 metros, donde los vientos alisios se sienten más. Por encima de esta altitud, por otra parte, las precipitaciones se vuelven más escasas y la vegetación se vuelve más rala.

    Teide

    El observatorio del Teide de Izaña se encuentra a 2.400 metros: a esta altura, el invierno es frío, por lo que las temperaturas promedio de diciembre a febrero son de alrededor de 4/5 grados; ya a esta altura a veces puede nevar. El verano es bastante templado, con temperaturas que no suelen ser muy altas, pero con un sol de montaña (casi) tropical que se siente. A diferencia de las costas, aquí ya en septiembre la temperatura comienza a disminuir.

    Aquí están las temperaturas medias.

    Izaña – Temperaturas medias (1991-2020)
    Mese Min (°C) Max (°C) Media (°C)
    Enero 1,4 7,9 4,7
    Febrero 1,2 8,1 4,6
    Marzo 2,6 10 6,3
    Abril 4 12,2 8,1
    Mayo 6,4 14,8 10,6
    Junio 10,2 19 14,6
    Julio 14 22,9 18,5
    Agosto 14 22,6 18,3
    Septiembre 10,6 18,6 14,6
    Octubre 7,2 14,5 10,9
    Noviembre 4,2 10,7 7,5
    Diciembre 2,7 9,1 5,9
    Año 6,6 14,2 10,4

    En el observatorio, caen 310 milímetros de lluvia o nieve al año, concentrados de noviembre a marzo, mientras que en verano las lluvias son esporádicas. Aquí está la precipitación media.

    Izaña – Precipitaciones medias
    Mes Cantidad (mm) Días
    Enero 50 4
    Febrero 50 4
    Marzo 30 4
    Abril 15 2
    Mayo 5 1
    Junio 0 0
    Julio 0 0
    Agosto 10 1
    Septiembre 5 1
    Octubre 35 4
    Noviembre 50 5
    Diciembre 60 5
    Año 310 30

    A mayores altitudes hace aún más frío, y hay una árida vegetación de montaña, así como paisajes lunares, rocosos y desérticos. El Teide es un volcán de 3.718 metros de altura (es la montaña más alta de toda España). Hay un teleférico, el Teleférico del Teide, que lleva hasta 3.550 metros de altura: para llegar allí hay que reservar con antelación.

    Cuándo ir

    Para el sol y el mar, el mejor período va de mayo a mediados de octubre. En el primer período (mayo-junio), la temperatura del aire es un poco más baja y el mar está un poco más frío, pero los días son un poco más largos. En Canarias, en verano, los días son más cortos que en Europa (mientras que en invierno son más largos), pero debido a la zona horaria adoptada, el sol de todos modos se pone bastante tarde.

    Para visitar las ciudades y hacer excursiones en las zonas del interior, se pueden elegir abril, mayo y la primera quincena de octubre.

    En invierno, se apreciarán las temperaturas templadas y, a menudo, se podrá tomar el sol, aunque no se pueden excluir algunos días de mal tiempo. Si lo desea, puede combinar una excursión en el Teide, tal vez en busca de nieve, con una tarde en la playa.

    Qué llevar en la maleta

    En invierno: ropa ligera para el día, suéter y chaqueta para la noche, posiblemente un impermeable o un paraguas. Para escalar el Teide, plumífero, gorro, guantes, zapatos de senderismo.

    En verano: ropa de verano, pero también un pañuelo para el viento, una sudadera ligera, una chaqueta ligera para la noche y para las tardes ventosas; zapatos cómodos para las excursiones. Para escalar el Teide, zapatos de trekking, sudadera y chaqueta para las altitudes más altas.

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    El tiempo en Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Tiempo Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Previsin detallada

    Previsin Santa Cruz de Tenerife Temperatura Viento Velocidad Precipitacin  
    El tiempo hoy
    Viernes
    16. 09.2022  
    El tiempo hoy
    Viernes
    16.09.2022  
    12 h 25° Norte 18 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 72%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1020,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 73%Nubes bajas: 73%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    13 h 26° Norte 22 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 70%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1020,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 34%Nubes bajas: 34%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    14 h 26° Norte 22 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 67%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1019,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 26%Nubes bajas: 26%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    15 h 26° Noroeste 22 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 68%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1019 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 56%Nubes bajas: 56%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    16 h 26° Norte 22 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 70%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1018,6 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 55%Nubes bajas: 55%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    17 h 25° Noroeste 22 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 71%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1018,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 59%Nubes bajas: 59%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    18 h 24° Noroeste 22 km/h 0,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 75%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1017,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 56%Nubes bajas: 56%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    19 h 24° Noroeste 22 km/h 0,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 80%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1017,9 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 67%Nubes bajas: 67%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    20 h 23° Noroeste 22 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 88%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1018,3 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 59%Nubes bajas: 59%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    21 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 91%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 22Presin: 1018,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 59%Nubes bajas: 59%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    22 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 93%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1019,5 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 61%Nubes bajas: 61%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    23 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 93%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1019,5 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 49%Nubes bajas: 49%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    Fin de semana

    El tiempo
    maana
    Sbado
    17. 09.2022  
    El tiempo
    maana
    Sbado
    17.09.2022  
    00 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 94%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1019,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 56%Nubes bajas: 56%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    01 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 93%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1018,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 54%Nubes bajas: 54%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    02 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 93%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1018,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 77%Nubes bajas: 77%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    03 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 93%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1017,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 98%Nubes bajas: 98%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    04 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 94%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1017,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 44%Nubes bajas: 44%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    05 h 22° Noroeste 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 95%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1016,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 52%Nubes bajas: 52%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    06 h 22° Noroeste 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 96%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1016,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 59%Nubes bajas: 59%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    07 h 21° Noroeste 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 97%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 22Presin: 1016,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 52%Nubes bajas: 52%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    08 h 21° Noroeste 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 96%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 22Presin: 1016,9 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 43%Nubes bajas: 43%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    09 h 23° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 85%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1017,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 59%Nubes bajas: 59%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    10 h 24° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 78%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1017,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 44%Nubes bajas: 44%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    11 h 25° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 72%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1017,3 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 47%Nubes bajas: 47%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    12 h 26° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 67%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1017,3 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 13%Nubes bajas: 13%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    13 h 27° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 62%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 27Presin: 1016,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 13%Nubes bajas: 13%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    14 h 27° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 61%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 27Presin: 1016,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 20%Nubes bajas: 20%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    15 h 27° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 63%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 27Presin: 1015,6 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 27%Nubes bajas: 27%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    16 h 27° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 64%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 27Presin: 1014,9 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 26%Nubes bajas: 26%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    17 h 26° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 65%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1014,5 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 31%Nubes bajas: 31%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    18 h 26° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 68%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1014,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 18%Nubes bajas: 18%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    19 h 25° Noroeste 18 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 71%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1014,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 68%Nubes bajas: 68%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    20 h 24° Noroeste 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 75%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1014 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 73%Nubes bajas: 73%Nubes medias: 1%Nubes altas: 0%

    21 h 23° Noroeste 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 76%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1014,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 81%Nubes bajas: 81%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    22 h 23° Noroeste 18 km/h 0,4 l/m2

    Humedad: 77%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1014,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 100%Nubes bajas: 100%Nubes medias: 27%Nubes altas: 0%

    23 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0,4 l/m2

    Humedad: 87%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 22Presin: 1014,9 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 99%Nubes bajas: 99%Nubes medias: 20%Nubes altas: 0%

    El tiempo el
    Domingo
    18. 09.2022  
    El tiempo el
    Domingo
    18.09.2022  
    00 h 22° Noroeste 18 km/h 0,3 l/m2

    Humedad: 92%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1014,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 100%Nubes bajas: 100%Nubes medias: 36%Nubes altas: 0%

    01 h 22° Oeste 14 km/h 0,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 93%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1014,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 100%Nubes bajas: 100%Nubes medias: 14%Nubes altas: 8%

    02 h 22° Oeste 14 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 94%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1013,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 99%Nubes bajas: 99%Nubes medias: 7%Nubes altas: 0%

    03 h 22° Noroeste 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 94%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1013,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 98%Nubes bajas: 97%Nubes medias: 27%Nubes altas: 0%

    04 h 21° Oeste 11 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 95%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1012,5 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 88%Nubes bajas: 88%Nubes medias: 6%Nubes altas: 0%

    05 h 21° Oeste 11 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 95%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1012,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 85%Nubes bajas: 83%Nubes medias: 20%Nubes altas: 0%

    06 h 21° Oeste 11 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 95%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1012,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 31%Nubes bajas: 30%Nubes medias: 4%Nubes altas: 0%

    07 h 21° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 94%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1012,3 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 14%Nubes bajas: 13%Nubes medias: 7%Nubes altas: 0%

    08 h 21° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 94%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1012,5 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 15%Nubes bajas: 13%Nubes medias: 6%Nubes altas: 0%

    09 h 22° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 88%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1012,9 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 10%Nubes bajas: 10%Nubes medias: 2%Nubes altas: 0%

    10 h 24° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 76%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1013,4 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 9%Nubes bajas: 9%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    11 h 26° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 68%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 28Presin: 1013,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 3%Nubes bajas: 2%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    12 h 27° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 62%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 29Presin: 1013,9 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 14%Nubes bajas: 7%Nubes medias: 7%Nubes altas: 0%

    13 h 27° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 60%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 29Presin: 1013,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 13%Nubes bajas: 13%Nubes medias: 2%Nubes altas: 0%

    14 h 27° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 60%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 29Presin: 1013,4 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 23%Nubes bajas: 16%Nubes medias: 10%Nubes altas: 0%

    15 h 27° Noroeste 4 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 62%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 29Presin: 1013,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 26%Nubes bajas: 24%Nubes medias: 7%Nubes altas: 0%

    16 h 27° Noroeste 4 km/h 0,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 63%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 30Presin: 1013 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 29%Nubes bajas: 23%Nubes medias: 10%Nubes altas: 0%

    17 h 26° Noroeste 4 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 65%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 28Presin: 1012,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 26%Nubes bajas: 24%Nubes medias: 6%Nubes altas: 0%

    18 h 25° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 67%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 27Presin: 1012,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 24%Nubes bajas: 22%Nubes medias: 9%Nubes altas: 0%

    19 h 25° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 73%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 27Presin: 1012,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 32%Nubes bajas: 29%Nubes medias: 8%Nubes altas: 0%

    20 h 24° Noroeste 7 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 80%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1013 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 48%Nubes bajas: 45%Nubes medias: 6%Nubes altas: 0%

    21 h 23° Noroeste 4 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 88%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1013,4 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 30%Nubes bajas: 24%Nubes medias: 9%Nubes altas: 0%

    22 h 22° Noroeste 4 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 93%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1014,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 22

    Nubosidad: 21%Nubes bajas: 20%Nubes medias: 3%Nubes altas: 0%

    23 h 22° Noroeste 4 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 96%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1014,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 22

    Nubosidad: 17%Nubes bajas: 16%Nubes medias: 2%Nubes altas: 0%

    El tiempo el
    Lunes
    19. 09.2022  
    El tiempo el
    Lunes
    19.09.2022  
    00 h 22° Noroeste 4 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 96%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1014,9 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 16%Nubes bajas: 16%Nubes medias: 2%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 01 h a 07 h

    22° Noroeste 4 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 97%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1014,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 14%Nubes bajas: 13%Nubes medias: 2%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 07 h a 13 h

    20° Noroeste 4 km/h 0,4 l/m2

    Humedad: 98%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1014,3 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 33%Nubes bajas: 32%Nubes medias: 1%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 13 h a 19 h

    27° Noreste 4 km/h 2,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 62%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 29Presin: 1017 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 45%Nubes bajas: 39%Nubes medias: 15%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 19 h a 01 h

    24° Noreste 7 km/h 0,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 79%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1016 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 99%Nubes bajas: 42%Nubes medias: 91%Nubes altas: 0%

    El tiempo el
    Martes
    20. 09.2022  
    El tiempo el
    Martes
    20.09.2022  

    de 01 h a 07 h

    22° Noreste 4 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 97%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1018 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 22

    Nubosidad: 36%Nubes bajas: 36%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 07 h a 13 h

    21° Este 4 km/h 0,4 l/m2

    Humedad: 99%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1016,9 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 54%Nubes bajas: 53%Nubes medias: 2%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 13 h a 19 h

    26° Este 11 km/h 0,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 69%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 27Presin: 1018,5 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 48%Nubes bajas: 47%Nubes medias: 2%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 19 h a 01 h

    24° Noreste 11 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 77%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1017,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 47%Nubes bajas: 28%Nubes medias: 27%Nubes altas: 0%

    El tiempo el
    Mircoles
    21. 09.2022  
    El tiempo el
    Mircoles
    21.09.2022  

    de 01 h a 07 h

    22° Norte 7 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 94%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1019,4 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 44%Nubes bajas: 44%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 07 h a 13 h

    21° Norte 7 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 96%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1018,3 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 31%Nubes bajas: 31%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 13 h a 19 h

    26° Noreste 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 64%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1019,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 57%Nubes bajas: 57%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 19 h a 01 h

    24° Noreste 11 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 72%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1018,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 99%Nubes bajas: 2%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 99%

    El tiempo el
    Jueves
    22. 09.2022  
    El tiempo el
    Jueves
    22.09.2022  

    de 01 h a 07 h

    22° Norte 7 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 89%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1019,8 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 92%Nubes bajas: 29%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 89%

    de 07 h a 13 h

    21° Noreste 7 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 94%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1019,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 33%Nubes bajas: 32%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 1%

    de 13 h a 19 h

    26° Norte 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 65%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1019,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 24%Nubes bajas: 24%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 19 h a 01 h

    24° Norte 14 km/h 0 l/m2

    Humedad: 78%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1018 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 14%Nubes bajas: 14%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    El tiempo el
    Viernes
    23. 09.2022  
    El tiempo el
    Viernes
    23.09.2022  

    de 01 h a 07 h

    22° Noreste 7 km/h 0,3 l/m2

    Humedad: 87%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 24Presin: 1019,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 37%Nubes bajas: 37%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 07 h a 13 h

    21° Norte 7 km/h 0,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 96%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1018,6 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 45%Nubes bajas: 45%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 13 h a 19 h

    27° Noreste 14 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 63%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 28Presin: 1020 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 19

    Nubosidad: 52%Nubes bajas: 52%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 19 h a 01 h

    24° Norte 14 km/h 0,1 l/m2

    Humedad: 78%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 25Presin: 1018,1 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 60%Nubes bajas: 60%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    Fin de semana

    El tiempo el
    Sbado
    24. 09.2022  
    El tiempo el
    Sbado
    24.09.2022  

    de 01 h a 07 h

    21° Norte 11 km/h 0,2 l/m2

    Humedad: 95%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1019,3 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 42%Nubes bajas: 42%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 07 h a 13 h

    21° Noroeste 11 km/h 0,8 l/m2

    Humedad: 97%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1017,2 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 64%Nubes bajas: 64%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 13 h a 19 h

    25° Norte 14 km/h 1,5 l/m2

    Humedad: 74%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 26Presin: 1017,7 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 20

    Nubosidad: 76%Nubes bajas: 76%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    de 19 h a 01 h

    23° Noroeste 18 km/h 0,4 l/m2

    Humedad: 85%
    Temperatura de sensacin*: 23Presin: 1015,6 hPaNiebla: NoPunto de roco: 21

    Nubosidad: 90%Nubes bajas: 90%Nubes medias: 0%Nubes altas: 0%

    Los smbolos y la precipitacin se aplican al intervalo entre las horas indicadas, el pronstico del viento y la temperatura en Santa Cruz de Tenerife es para la primera hora indicada.
    Datos Met Norway, bajo licencia Norwegian Licence for Open Government Data (NLOD) 2.0 y Creative Commons 4.0 BY International

    * La temperatura de sensacin se calcula con la frmula de temperatura aparente, basada en un modelo matemtico de un adulto, caminando al aire libre, a la sombra (Steadman 1994). A diferencia de otros ndices, se utilizan los valores de viento, humedad y temperatura en todo el rango termomtrico.

    Localidad: Santa Cruz de Tenerife

    Latitud:
    28.46824 | Longitud: -16.25462
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    Hora de salida del sol hoy en Santa Cruz de Tenerife: 07:53

    Hora de puesta del sol hoy en Santa Cruz de Tenerife: 20:05

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    Cmo es el clima de Tenerife?

    Esta es una pregunta un poco trampa cuando nos referimos a las Islas Afortunadas.

    En realidad, con una temperatura media anual de 20C, se puede decir que hace buen tiempo en toda la isla casi todo el ao, sobre todo si lo comparamos con la pennsula u otros lugares de Europa.

    Pero s que tienes que saber que el clima puede ser muy diferente en las zonas costeras, en el interior y sobre todo muy variable de Norte a Sur.

    El clima de Tenerife es subtropical ocenico en las zonas costeras, vaya, que tendrs casi siempre sol, poca lluvia y temperaturas templadas, sobre todo si vas ms hacia el sur. Las zonas interiores son ms verdes y hmedas, y a medida que vas hacia el norte hay ms lluvia y ms incidencia de los vientos alisios.

    As que, en el Sur de la isla acostumbra a hacer siempre mejor tiempo, con unos 18C de mnima hasta 24C de mxima, y justamente por su clima, sol casi siempre asegurado y por sus playas de arena blanca, que el sur es una zona mucho ms turstica. Tiene algunas playas y calas muy bonitas que vale la pena visitar, pero que sepas que es una parte de la isla a menudo excesivamente explotada y masificada.

    La zona norte de Tenerife tiene tambin un clima agradable durante prcticamente todo el ao, con temperaturas anuales de entre 13C y 23C de media, pero, sopla ms el viento, est mucho ms repleta de vegetacin y es ms montaosa. All donde mires, siempre encontrars el verde caracterstico de su exuberante naturaleza.

    Cundo empieza el calor en Tenerife?

    Aunque siempre parece que la temperatura en la isla vara muy poco, no es del todo as.

    El verano es la poca ms calurosa del ao en cualquier parte de la isla, con 23C de media y mximas que pueden pasar de 30C, incluso excepcionalmente llegar a los 40C en Agosto que es el mes ms caluroso.

    La zona sur de la isla y Santa Cruz de Tenerife tienen temperaturas ms altas, ms agradables si tienes la suerte que sopla el viento del norte y eso s, de agua ms bien poca, porque las lluvias son prcticamente nulas durante el verano.

    El norte con un verano ms suave tiene temperaturas de 22 a 25C y de nuevo en Agosto suben. Eso s, la ventaja del norte de Tenerife es que tiene noches fresquitas con mnimas de unos 15C. Es como un sueo para dormir la mar de bien, sobre todo si vienes de otros sitios donde el verano te sofoca.

    Cundo hace fro en Tenerife?

    La verdad es que un invierno fro como el que entendemos en la mayor parte de Europa, no existe en Tenerife. Eso s, puede ser ms lluvioso en general que el resto del ao, sobre todo en el mes de Diciembre, pero nada lo suficientemente grave como para necesitar ni abrigos ni chubasqueros.

    Las temperaturas se mantienen suaves, como en una eterna primavera. Piensa que en los meses centrales del invierno las temperaturas medias estn entre los 15C de mnimas y los 20C de mximas, sobre todo en la parte sur.

    En el norte, al ser ms lluvioso pueden ser ms bajas, pero las temperaturas con una mnima de 15C de media, no llegan nunca a ser demasiado fras, de hecho ya las quisiramos en otros sitios…. Vaya, que se trata de un invierno muy suave y estable, en el que vayas al norte o al sur, no puedes olvidar el baador, porque vas a usarlo.

    Hay una estacin media en Tenerife?

    Pues s, una no, ms bien dos 🙂

    Primavera y otoo. No es muy distinto a lo que ocurre en la mayora de sitios, pero aqu en Tenerife donde la palabra que caracteriza la meteorologa de la isla es estabilidad, estas son las estaciones donde ni hace tanto calor, como en verano, ni hay tantas posibilidades de lluvia, como en invierno.

    Son los tpicos meses de transicin. Por lo general, se puede decir, que hay siempre temperaturas suaves que pueden oscilar entre los 22C y los 26C de mxima y unas mnimas de noche de 15 a 19C.
    Lo que diferencia primavera de otoo, sera el tema de las lluvias. En primavera no son muy abundantes, es una estacin ms bien seca a excepcin de marzo, que suele haber ms precipitaciones. En otoo llueve ms, sobre todo en la parte norte, donde ya de por s siempre pasa y suele hacer ms fresquito, la cercana del Teide tambin influye y el viento suele soplar con ms fuerza.

    Tiempo Tenerife – meteoblue

    EMS – Siguiendo la ciencia

    En la Conferencia de la Sociedad Europea de Meteorología, celebrada en Bonn, los científicos debatieron sobre la puesta a disposición de las comunidades de usuarios finales de los últimos descubrimientos en materia de mediciones atmosféricas, modelización y clima. meteoblue fue la empresa más activa, con tres pósters y tres presentaciones.

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    Dentro de los núcleos urbanos, es destacable también el contraste existente entre las dos grandes poblaciones de la isla, teniendo Santa Cruz de Tenerife un clima cálido durante todos las estaciones del año, y San Cristóbal de la Laguna uno más fresco y con un mayor número de precipitaciones al año, estando ambas ciudades separadas por apenas 10 kilómetros.

    Microclimas en Tenerife

    Los numerosos microclimas existentes en la isla de Tenerife favorece su rica biodiversidad, con una flora muy variada en diferentes puntos de la ínsula.

    En el norte hay que distinguir entre la zona costera, en la que la influencia de los vientos alisios y el mar hace que la temperatura media oscile entre los 19 y los 23 grados. En altitudes de entre 600 y 1500 m aumenta el frío y la humedad, favoreciendo el cultivo de papas y cereales. A mayor altitud aumenta la sequedad del aire y pueden producirse nevadas en la estación invernal, con grandes contrastes de temperatura entre la noche y el día. Por encima de los 2700 metros, en las Cañadas del Teide, se puede encontrar una flora exclusivamente autóctona, fruto del clima de la zona.

    El clima en el sur de la isla presenta una menor complejidad, caracterizándose por una calidez y luminosidad que favorece el turismo de sol y playa.

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    La climatología tinerfeña está muy influenciada por la calidez del cercano trópico de Cáncer, las corrientes oceánicas frías, la orografía isleña y los vientos alisios.

    Aunque, por su situación cercana a África, a las islas Canarias les correspondería tener un clima seco, la parte de la isla que presenta una exposición a los vientos alisios está caracterizada por una mayor humedad y una pluviosidad bastante frecuente en zonas de mediana y alta elevación.

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    Wind, sandy beaches and Canarian flavor

    El Médano is a small town in the south of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain). It is located seven kilometers from the southern airport, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean in the municipality of Granadilla de Abona (Spanish: Granadilla de Abona). It is a tourist center. Due to the frequent winds, the coastline of Montaña Roja Beach has become a center of attraction for lovers of water sports: surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing, and even kites. The season lasts here all year round.

    The name El Medano in Spanish means dunes or sandbar.

    The town is divided into 5 residential areas: El Médano, El Cabezo, Arenas del Mar, Ensenada Pelada and El Topo. The total coastline from Red Mountain (Spanish: Montana Roja) to Ensenada Pelada is about 3 kilometers. Along the embankment there is a walking promenade, along which there are bars and small restaurants with a variety of meat and fish dishes.

    The city has all the infrastructure, including: post office, banks, tourist information center, hotels, children’s corners, football field, skateboard area, parish church, pharmacies, taxis, surf schools, cultural beaches and small shops. Five kilometers away, at the entrance to the city of San Isidro, there is a medical center, next to it are large grocery supermarkets Mercadona and Lidl.

    Near the TF-1 motorway, the “Mercado del Agricultor” market opens on Saturdays and Sundays, always stocked with fresh products from local farmers. Opening hours from 8:00 to 14:00. During the season, you can buy fresh fruits: grapes, apples, pears, oranges, figs, mangoes and others; from vegetables: greens (parsley, dill, cilantro, spinach, onion), tomatoes, red and green peppers, potatoes. There is a meat department, fish, seafood, usually not much that is caught. Also always in the presence of goat cheese and sweet pastries. See map for location.

    Working hours: Saturday and Sunday from 07:00 to 14:00
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    In the city center, the main square often hosts celebrations and concerts, especially during the summer months. Every year since 1993, the cultural festival “San Sofe” begins, in which new talents, samples of folk songs, etc. take part.

    The local population is mainly engaged in retail trade, service work, small hotel business and fishing.

    Climate El Medano

    In general, the El Medano area has high atmospheric humidity with little rainfall. It is noteworthy that due to the strong intensity of the sun, a strong evaporation of moisture occurs in the coastal zone, 10 times more than the amount of precipitation. The average annual temperature is around 21°C; the annual rainfall is approximately 83 mm, with an average of about 21 rainy days and a relative humidity of 65%.

    As previously mentioned, the average temperature is 21.3°C and its average range is 6.6ºC. The coldest months are January and February with temperatures above 15°C, while the hottest months are August and September, with over 28°C.

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    A kilometer from the town of El Médano is the Casa Caballo stable. Here adults and children can get involved in horseback riding for little money. Read more: Horse riding in Tenerife

    At the resort you can rent a bike and take a trip along the coast. There are many hiking trails and roads in the area where you can ride bicycles. Mostly gravel roads. Do not forget about precautions, such as a helmet on your head, because when a person falls from a bicycle, he flies head first, exposing his arms and elbows, softening the blow. The roads are not smooth, with small stones, so you should be extremely careful.

    For those who like to explore the coastal area on foot, there is a good choice to climb the “Red Mountain” (Spanish: Montana Roja). It offers extraordinary views that give an idea of ​​the area and its relief. The runway of the South Airport is clearly visible, from which planes constantly take off and land, where you become a witness to what is happening.

    On the other side of the town, three kilometers away, is Montaña Pelada (Spanish Montaña Pelada), translated as “Bald Mountain”. This is a natural monument with a territory that is under protection. It is a volcanic formation with a huge crater, which is about one kilometer in diameter. In the past, a volcano ejected lava into the Atlantic Ocean, forming large clouds of smoke from evaporating water.

    Hotels El Médano

    In the area of ​​three kilometers from the resort, there is a small selection of hotels, because of this, prices can be slightly higher in the off-season, in contrast to the large resorts of Las Americas and Costa Adeje, where there are always a huge number of hotels put up their offers . On the coast, in the immediate vicinity of El Medano, there are only three hotels built:0004 A little more than five kilometers, in the city of San Isidro, near the TF-1 highway and bus stops, there are hotels

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    Hotel Aeropuerto Sur

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    which will give you more choice when looking for accommodation during your holiday . It is also worth considering the nearest resort Golf del Sur, with a small distance and the presence of more expensive and comfortable offers, these are hotels

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    Vincci Tenerife Golf

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    We invite you to feel at home and rent apartments in El Medano, studios and villas. We will try to find you accommodation with all amenities, as well as organize a transfer if necessary or rent a car for a comfortable stay. It is always easy and safe to rent any property in Tenerife with us.

    The beaches of El Médano

    Within one kilometer you can choose from 6 beaches, the coastline of which is mostly gentle and long. Some of them are cultural and equipped with everything necessary for comfortable sunbathing and relaxation, these are sunbeds, umbrellas and a fresh water shower. Others only have sand and small gravel, with the least workload.

    A characteristic feature of the resort of El Médano is that, as already mentioned above, east winds blow here. At times, it is even impossible to be on the beaches due to sand getting into the eyes and nose, which causes severe discomfort. In this case, you should retire to the nearest resorts of Los Cristianos, Playa de Las Americas and Costa Adeje, where everything is usually calm. If the weather is good, then these are some of the best beaches on the island. It is not for nothing that El Médano Beach has been awarded the Blue Flag for many years. On weekends and holidays, this is one of the most favorite places for the Canarians.

    One and a half kilometers from the town, behind the Red Mountain is the naturist or nudist beach of La Tejita. It is not at all difficult to reach it on foot from El Medano, admiring the local volcanic beauties encountered on the way.

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    Red Mountain

    ROCHA ( SP. Montaña Roja – Rus. three-kilometer coastal zone. Sandy loamy area with a unique habitat, specific species, geological formation or natural-ecological processes of special scientific and educational interest. Red Mountain is a geomorphological cone, with a height of 171 m above sea level, formed relatively recently from volcanic lava eruptions, creating unique landscapes and sandy beaches called dunes.

    There are about 136 plant species in its protected area, some of which are endangered. Of the fauna in the coastal area on shallows and lagoons, the time of wintering and migration of birds is of particular importance. At this moment you can see: dunlin, plover, godwit, curlews and herbalist. At a distance from the coast in more arid places of the reserve, species appear: desert shrike, hoopoe, desert bullfinch and gray little lark.


    Cave of Santo Ermano Pedro

    Sacred place, cave (Spanish: Cueva de Santo Hermano Pedro), which is dedicated to the first saint in the Canary Islands, Pedro de San José Betancur (Spanish: Pedro de San José Betancur), born March 21, 1626. Located on the territory of the South Airport and is her private property. Between the management of the air harbor and the Bishop of Tenerife there is an agreement that allows the use of the cave for the faithful people.

    Considered one of the important pilgrimage points in the Canary Islands. Every year the number of visitors grows and averages about 300,000 people.

    Pedro de San José’s cave was a shelter when he and his flock rested and gained strength during the winter months, hiding from the winds, on their way to the village of Vilaflor. Inside you will find a wooden image of the Saint himself, there is a section for votive offerings of the faithful. Outside is a stone-hewn altar where masses are celebrated. The altar consists of a Eucharistic table and a stone cross, over which the phrase “The man who was merciful” extends, next to it is an pulpit and a pedestal for a wooden image of the Saint.

    In the immediate vicinity of the cave there is a small arboretum in which the “Esquisúchil” tree from Guatemala grows, with healing properties, previously used by Saints to treat people.

    Every year in the month of April, a pilgrimage is carried out, from the sanctuary to the village of Vilaflor, where Betancourt was born. On the day of remembrance, April 24, thousands of people gather near the cave of St. Brother Pedro, where the solemn Eucharist takes place. Peter of St. Joseph lived for 41 years, the date of death was April 25, 1667 in Guatemala.

    Every year on June 29, the feast of Saint Peter the Apostle is celebrated in Tenerife.


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    The Canary Islands – the perfect destination for any season

    The first thing that comes to mind when you hear the expression “Canary Islands” is something magical and distant. After all, until recently, rest on these exotic islands was just a dream for most tourists.

    But with the expansion of low-cost airlines to the islands, they have become available to everyone. And the prices for accommodation and services are comparable to those on the mainland, and, very importantly, there is no VAT here!

    The services, comforts and natural conditions of the Canary Islands are considered unique and it is the only place in Europe where you can relax on beautiful sandy beaches even in winter. That is why the archipelago is also known as the “Islands of Eternal Spring”.

    A bit of history and geography

    The islands became known after Christopher Columbus made his last stop at La Gomera before discovering America. Many states, such as the Netherlands, Great Britain or Morocco, fought for centuries over possession of the archipelago, but it remained part of the Spanish kingdom.

    The Canary Islands is an archipelago of seven islands of volcanic origin in the Atlantic Ocean, off the northwest coast of Africa – Tenerife , Gran Canaria , Fuerteventura , Lanzarote La Gomera and El Hierro .

    The islands belong to Spain and are an autonomous community.

    How to get to the Canary Islands

    Tickets for direct flights for the high season are sold well in advance of departure. If you want to save money, we recommend that you choose low-cost flights with transfers.

    The biggest low cost airlines in Europe – Ryanair and Wizz Air – but also other low cost companies fly to all islands.

    Here you can see all cheap deals in Tenerife or you can click on the link “All flights” and choose another island with regular passenger flights – Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura or Lanzarote.

    Airports in the Canary Islands

    • Tenerife TFS
    • Tenerife TFN
    • Las Palmas LPA
    • Santa Cruz De La Palma SPC
    • Lanzarote ACE
    • Fuerteventura FUE
    • La Gomera GMZ
    • El Hierro VDE

    Hotels, transport and restaurants

    Prices in hotels are comparable to prices on the mainland. A hotel room for 2 people will cost you an average of 45 euros / night.

    Public transport, namely buses, is present in Tenerife and Gran Canaria, the cost of the trip is about 2.5 euros. Traveling by taxi will cost you 0.50 euros/km. You can also rent a car, prices start from 109euro / week.

    Prices in restaurants are comparable to prices in the south of mainland Spain – from 10 euros / person.

    Tenerife is the largest island in the archipelago and the highest. Here is the Teide – the highest peak in Spain and any island in the Atlantic Ocean. At the top is the Teide National Park (UNESCO heritage 2007) – the second largest park in the world in terms of the number of visitors.

    The island is served by 2 airports – Tenerife North and Tenerife South and is the most important tourist destination in Spain with more than 6 million tourists annually.

    Tenerife is known as the “Island of Eternal Spring”, located at the latitude of the Sahara desert, throughout the year there is a warm climate, averaging 22-24 degrees Celsius in winter and 26-28 in summer.

    On this exotic island you will find everything you need for a perfect holiday – perfect beaches lapped by the Atlantic Ocean, lush vegetation that seems like from another world, places with typical Spanish charm and vibrant nightlife.

    If we were to make a ranking of holiday destinations – Tenerife would definitely take first place – without a doubt.

    Gran Canaria is also called “The Continent in Miniature” because of the variety of climatic zones. From the top of a snowy mountain, in an hour you can already be in the middle of a desert with dunes similar to the dunes in the Sahara, and in another hour you can already be in the middle of a rainforest with banana and pomegranate plantations.

    The island’s capital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, is a cosmopolitan city and one of the largest ports in Spain. The airport serving the island is also located here – Gran Canaria LPA.

    The island has 133 beaches with a variety of sands, vibrant nightlife, countless water sports opportunities, lush vegetation and exotic wildlife. If you love the sun and exotic places – Gran Canaria is the perfect place.

    Known since ancient times as the “Isle of the Blessed”, Fuerteventura is an island of volcanic origin and the driest of the Canary Islands, being the closest to the African coast.

    Fuerteventura has the most extensive beaches in the Canary archipelago. Here you will find more than 150 beaches with facilities for water sports, surfing and fishing. The island is ideal for families and couples who want to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

    The airport that serves the island is Fuerteventura El Matorral.

    Lanzarote is a breathtaking island, with an extraordinary geology of 300 volcanic cones, bright lava fields and valleys full of palm trees.

    Lanzarote’s scenery is so striking that several science fiction films such as Journey to the Center of the Earth and When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth have been filmed here.

    La Palma (or San Miguel de La Palma), the northwestern and fifth largest island of the archipelago, has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. The name of the island is translated from Spanish as the Isle of Palms, and is also called “Isla Bonita” (Beautiful Island) or “Isla Verde” (Green Island).

    Here is the Caldera de Taburiente National Park, one of the four national parks in the Canary Islands.

    For most tourists, the Canary Islands are associated with images of beach resorts and party-seeking travelers – La Gomera is a special place in this regard.

    This is the least known but also the most exotic island of the archipelago – a volcanic island with steep cliffs, surrounded by ancient forests and palm-lined valleys.

    La Gomera played an important role in the history of one of the world’s most famous explorers: in 1492, Christopher Columbus chose the island’s capital, San Sebastian, as his last port of call before setting off for the New World.

    El Hierro is removed in every way – it was even considered the end of the world until Columbus headed to the New World.

    The island is an ideal place for ecological and nature tourism and is classified by UNESCO as a biosphere reserve.


    The Canary archipelago is also known as the Hawaiian Islands of Europe. The islands fully deserve this name, because during the European season in autumn and winter, the beaches and reefs of Fuerteventura and Lanzarote offer excellent surfing conditions for beginners and experienced surfers alike.

    For an unforgettable holiday – we recommend you visit the Canary Islands – a place where you realize that heaven on earth exists!

    If you book flights and hotels on your own and in advance – a 7-day holiday in the Canary Islands for 2 people will cost you about 700 euros (flight + accommodation (breakfast included), to this you need to add the cost of food and entertainment – depending on your pocket and preferences

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    El Marqués Palace se encuentra en Puerto de Santiago, en la costa suroeste de Tenerife, cerca de los impresionantes Acantilados de Los Gigantes. Esta zona de la costa de Tenerife disfruta de más horas de sol, un fantástico clima y preciosos atardeceres con la isla de La Gomera en el horizonte. de pantalla plana y zona de cocina con microondas, nevera, lavadora y utensilios de cocina. Algunos apartamentos cuentan con preciosas vistas a los acantilados de Los Gigantes y al océano Atlántico desde sus terrazas.El Marques Palace ofrece piscina exterior climatizada, solárium, un bar junto a la piscina, wifi gratuito en el hall de Recepción y mesa de ping pong. En los alrededores hay varios supermercados, tiendas, bares y restaurantes. La Arena, una playa natural protegida, está a solo 15 minutos a pie. En la zona los huéspedes encontrarán el puerto deportivo de Los Gigantes, el Poblado Marinero y una cala con fina arena volcánica, Playa Chica.El Marques Palace se encuentra a 30 km de la playa de Las Américas y a 45 minutos en coche del aeropuerto de Tenerife Sur. La limpieza de los apartamentos se realiza cada 48 horas.

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    Food in Tenerife – Information site about Spain

    Any tourist who goes on a trip wants to know what kind of food awaits him at the place of his future vacation. In this article, we will talk about what kind of food is popular on the island of Tenerife. We will talk about what culinary traditions have developed in Tenerife, talk about various products and alcohol, and also consider what is offered in catering in the Canary Islands.

    Content of article

    • 1 General information about food on Tenerife
    • 2 products on Tenerife
      • 2. 1 Fruits
      • 2.2 Wines
      • 2.3 Seafood
      • 2.4 Chees
      • 2.5 honey

      9057 3 Where? Restaurants in Tenerife

    • 4 Reviews

    General information about food in Tenerife

    Various cafes and restaurants in Tenerife appeared several decades ago. At that time, there was an active growth in the tourist flow to the Canary Islands. Some established cooking traditions in Tenerife may not appeal to tourists. Many traditions here were formed under the influence of English tourists, who at different times were in the majority here. Since the British are unpretentious in food, dishes began to be prepared according to the principle faster and easier. Some travelers from other countries often do not like it.

    Food in Tenerife

    Influenced by tourists from the UK, cafes and restaurants in Tenerife are built like small bars around tourist centers and beaches. By and large, continental breakfasts and fast food are prepared there. As for the fast food chains themselves, here you can find McDonald’s, Little Italy pizzerias, Telepizza, etc. And there are also numerous cafes that offer British-style breakfasts, including fries, bacon, sandwiches and the like.

    Fortunately, the cuisine of Tenerife was not only influenced by British tourists. It also adopted dishes from other regions of Spain, as well as cooking traditions from South America. The cuisine of Tenerife is based on Mediterranean cooking traditions. In order to taste the traditional cuisine of Tenerife and Spain, you need to move away from the popular tourist areas of the island. In cafes and restaurants far from the main resorts, you can try local dishes from meat, fish, potatoes, tropical fruits, vegetables, rice and so on.

    The most popular type of meat among the locals is goat meat and young lamb. However, beef is also quite common in meat dishes. As for fish, the most common foods in Tenerife are sardines, sea bream, black, veyja, etc.

    The inhabitants of the island prepare their dishes quickly and unpretentiously. The fish and meat are fried and then served with the signature local mojo sauce. For its preparation, greens and spices are used, as well as olive oil. In local cafes, dishes such as omelet with potatoes (tortilla de patata), jamon (Jamon Serrano), all kinds of cheeses are popular.

    In addition, you can find combinations of other dishes. For example, chips and cutlets, scrambled eggs and a number of other foods are mixed. It is worth noting a large number of dishes based on legumes and potatoes. Most often they are combined with fish, meat and vegetables. Fried cornmeal called gofio is often added to food prepared in Tenerife.

    There is no exact meal time in Tenerife. Most often, people have lunch here between 13:00 and 15:00, and dinner starts at about 21:00. Now, let’s look at the main popular products in Tenerife.

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    Produce in Tenerife

    Fruit

    • Bananas. This is the main fruit that tourists who have visited Tenerife will call you. Banana plantations occupy vast areas on the island;
    • Grapes. Vineyard plantations also cover a significant area of ​​Tenerife’s agricultural land;
    • Various fruit trees grow in the northern part of the island (mainly in mountainous areas). Apricots, plums, pears, peaches, cherries and apples are grown there;
    • Lemons, oranges, grapefruits are also grown in the north of Tenerife;
    • Almonds grow in the arid regions of Tenerife. A large cluster of almond trees can be found in an area called Santiago del Teide. These trees become especially beautiful during flowering in early spring;
    • Tenerife’s exotic fruits (mango, avocado, papaya) grow almost everywhere on the island. Some of them are grown directly on banana plantations. Here you can find a melon tree;
    • In the northern part of Tenerife, sweet chestnuts and walnuts also grow. The local population is very fond of chestnuts.

    Fruits Tenerife

    It cannot be said that fruits are a complete food, and you can only eat them. But, while relaxing in Tenerife, you must definitely include local fruits in your diet. Due to the fact that they are grown right here, are not preserved and are not transported over long distances, they retain all the useful substances. It is also worth noting that many of the trees that bloom on the island can be dangerous for people with allergies.
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    Wines

    The best accompaniment to a meal in Tenerife is the local wines. Tenerife wines have their own unique aroma and taste. This is due to the fact that the vineyards here grow on volcanic soil in their microclimate. The island of Tenerife is divided into five wine regions, which are distinguished by their wines. Let’s take a quick look at them and the varieties of wine produced there.

    • Icoden-Daute-Isora area. It is located on the slopes of the Teide volcano. Rose, white and red wines are made here. The most popular brands are white Vinatigo Blanco, Malvasia Dulce, Malvasia Tradicional and red Vinatigo Tintilla;
    • Abona area. This wine region is located in the south of Tenerife. Grapes are cultivated here, from which dessert wines are then obtained. Such varieties as white Malvasia Essencia, red Erwin and pink Cumbritas are in great demand;
    • Tacoronte Acentejo. This wine region is located in the north of Tenerife and white, red and rosé wines are also produced here. Of these, the following can be noted: red Crater, Autor, Vendimia Seleccionada and pink Petit Verdot Rosado.
    • Valle de Orotava. The area has very fertile valleys, which gives the grapes a rich aroma and delicate taste. The most popular red wines in this region are Cruz del Teide Tinto Vendimia Seleccionada, Arautava Tinto Fermentado en Barrica, Gran Tehjda Selec;
    • Valle de Guimar. This wine region is located in the east of Tenerife and the vineyards here are at an altitude of 200 to 800 m above sea level. Popular wines include sparkling Rondell, Rose Semi Seco and white Contiempo Vidueño.

    Tenerife wines

    Tenerife also offers wines produced in small quantities from private estates with food. The taste of such varieties of the species is bright and unforgettable. They do not contain preservatives. Wine in private farms does not age, but gradually oxidizes. The result is a rather original taste.
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    Seafood

    Seafood in Tenerife is much more valued than animal meat. Basically, fish is fried in oil, stewed or boiled. You can also find food from pickled and dried fish. In total, there are about 20 different names of fish in local dishes.

    Traditional Canarian seafood dishes include sancocho canario. This is a soup made from vegetables and boiled fish. Usually, black fish is used for this, which resembles sea bass. Sweet potatoes and potatoes are also put in the soup.

    Restaurants in Tenerife also serve fish dishes such as sea bream, sea bass, vieja. Vieja is a type of parrot fish that has a beak instead of a mouth. But, some may find the sweetish taste of this fish unpleasant. In local bars and cafes, you can try food made from boca negru, moray eels, sama, mero and others.

    Tenerife Seafood

    In reputable Tenerife restaurants there is always a showcase where seafood is presented on ice. Customers indicate what they need to cook and that product is sent to the kitchen. Roasted sprats and other small fish are popular with tourists. It also happens that small fried cuttlefish fall with beer. Among the seafood snacks in Tenerife, marinated anchovies called boquerones and camarones shrimp are worth noting. An excellent dish is shrimp with garlic, which are cooked in hot oil with spices.

    It is worth noting that, despite the location of Tenerife in the Atlantic Ocean, a lot of seafood in local shops and restaurants is imported. Of course, a self-respecting restaurant buys its catch from local fishermen, but it is not always rich.
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    Cheeses

    As with other islands in the Canadian archipelago, goat cheese is often found in restaurants and shops in Tenerife. This food is quite popular with locals and tourists. Goat cheese from Tenerife has repeatedly won prizes at various exhibitions of agricultural products. At the same time, it should be said that when preparing the traditional Canarian goat cheese, cow’s or sheep’s milk is added to the milk of goats. Among the popular varieties of cheese produced in Tenerife are semicurado, fresco, curado.

    Tenerife cheeses

    The queso de flor is also worth mentioning. This is a floral cheese also produced in the Canary Islands. The main place of its production is the island of Gran Canaria. Queso de flor is produced using cow’s and sheep’s milk. And it is called flower because when it is prepared, artichoke flowers of a blue-violet hue are added.

    In addition to the usual slightly salted cheeses, the Canary Islands also produce smoked cheeses made from goat’s and sheep’s milk. For the preparation of such cheese, milk obtained from goats of special breeds is used. Thanks to this, smoked cheese has a unique taste.

    Islands such as El Hierro and Fuerteventura produce majorero goat cheese. In Tenerife and other islands, short and long aged cheeses are produced. Some varieties add red pepper, corn, olive oil, and so on. A popular dish among locals is almogrote. They make it from hard varieties of local cheese.
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    Honey

    Honey from the Canary Islands in general and from Tenerife in particular has practically no analogues in the world. Thanks to the successful microclimate of the island, various types of honey are mined here. Bees are almost all year round and you need to work here with various trees, herbs and shrubs.

    A key feature of Tenerife honey is that bees collect pollen from endemic plants that grow on the slopes of the Teide volcano. Particularly rare are the tahinaste flower, as well as the retama del teide shrubs. Locally produced honey is a great addition to a meal in Tenerife.

    For example, palm honey is produced on the island of La Gomera, but it is not collected by bees. It is a syrup made from guaparo juice. And this juice is just obtained from the date palm, which grows in the Canary Islands. Such palm honey has a dark color and a specific taste.

    Tenerife honey

    Honey for the locals of Tenerife serves as a means of strengthening immunity and protecting against colds. Here, honey is highly valued and in honor of this product, the locals even opened a honey house ─ Casa de la Miel. It is located in a small village called El Sauzal. By the way, tourists often buy honey in Tenerife as an original gift for their relatives and friends.

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    Where to Eat? Restaurants Tenerife

    There are a lot of restaurants on the island of Tenerife and it is impossible to cover them all. Therefore, let’s look at several groups of restaurants with examples. To begin with, it is worth mentioning the restaurants serving traditional dishes of the Canary Islands. What is meant by this? These are the places where you can taste goat and lamb, gofio dishes (barley or corn dough), papas arrugadas (these are local potatoes that are boiled in ocean water). Since there are few pure Canarian food and recipes, they are diluted with Spanish cuisine, which brings soups, a variety of vegetables and seafood. In addition, the production of wine and the cultivation of fruits came to the Canary Islands with the Spaniards.

    So, restaurants with traditional Canarian and Spanish cuisine can be visited only away from the main resort areas. For example, tourists in their reviews advise traveling to Tahao, which is located a few tens of kilometers from Santa Cruz.

    Among the restaurants in Las Americas with traditional cuisine in the reviews of tourists are the following:

    • El Torito;
    • Meson Castellano;
    • La Fresquera;
    • La Brasa.

    La Brasa is considered one of the best meat restaurants in Las Americas. Here you can taste bull meat, lamb cooked on coals, as well as a large selection of local wines. Since the restaurant is in demand among tourists, it is better to book a table here in advance.

    Now a few words about restaurants in Tenerife that sell quality seafood dishes. As already mentioned, most seafood in Tenerife is imported. They are caught elsewhere. Therefore, such dishes are valued even higher than meat ones. So that seafood restaurants keep quite high prices. If you believe the reviews of tourists, then the most delicious seafood restaurants in Tenerife are located in a village called La Caleta, which is not far from Las Americas. Listed below are good restaurants with delicious seafood dishes.

    • La Vieja. Pretty expensive restaurant on the Atlantic coast. Excellent quality dishes and fish are served, as well as seafood snacks;
    • Las Arenas. Located in Tahao. They serve shrimp with garlic, fried fish pescaito, Galician-style octopus;
    • El Cine. Located in Los Cristianos. This is another fish restaurant that can be more like a cafe. There are only a dozen fish dishes on the menu, but the prices are affordable. And most importantly, the food here is of excellent quality. It often happens that there is a queue of visitors to this cafe. Octopuses, squids, cuttlefish are perfectly prepared here. All seafood and fish prepared in the cafe are local. The cafe buys them from local fishermen.

    You can also mention other restaurants with world cuisines on the island of Tenerife. For a change, you can go and taste the food that is prepared in them.

    • Parilla Argentina Gardel. Argentine meat restaurant in Los Cristianos. It is located near Las Vistas beach;
    • Restaurant 88. This Japanese restaurant is located in La Caleta. The establishment is located right on the ocean and offers a wide selection of dishes.

    Tenerife also has an abundance of various chain restaurants and fast food establishments. The average cost of a dinner for two with alcohol will cost about 50 euros, if not particularly chic.

    On the map below you can see the location of the above restaurants.

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    Reviews

    Constantine, August 2017

    My wife and I first came to rest in Tenerife, and we didn’t know what food was here. We did not live in a hotel, in rented apartments. Therefore, during the rest we ate on our own. If we talk about self-cooking, then you can buy food in supermarkets in Mercadona and cook them. The products there are pretty good. You can buy good poultry, wine, meat, various dairy products and the like. Almost everything is sold in Mercadona.

    Naturally, during our stay in Tenerife, we have repeatedly tried food in restaurants and cafes. We love seafood and therefore leaned on such dishes. Before we left, we were recommended several good restaurants by friends. We visited small restaurants that are far from the resort areas. Some of them were even in small houses, where there were no more than two halls, and only a few tables. It is in such establishments that you can taste the local cuisine.

    As for specific products, I can mention the wonderful potatoes served in local restaurants. They boil it in salt water right in their uniforms. It turns out great taste. The second number is delicious mojo sauce. These sauces have a different composition and, depending on this, different colors. We tried green, orange and red. Of course, we tried paella, but this is already a traditional dish of mainland Spain, and not just Tenerife. As for fruits, I liked the small bananas that are grown here, as well as tangerines and mangoes. Good fruits and vegetables are sold here in fruiteries. These are small shops.

    Karina May 2017

    My husband and I spent three weeks on vacation in Tenerife. We were told a lot and enthusiastically about the Canary Islands, and we decided to try it. I can’t say that it was a delight. The resort of Costa Adeje is, in principle, a normal place for a measured rest, but there is nothing outstanding. As for the food in Tenerife, I don’t understand the praise addressed to her at all.

    When we travel, we always try to try some original food that is only available in this resort. But there was nothing special to try here. Locally produced cheese was basically normal, but too salty. Only once in one small restaurant did they eat wonderfully cooked fish and potatoes. Two varieties of mojo sauce were served with them. In addition, they tasted delicious wine. However, I explain this by the fact that this restaurant was a family business. It is very small and is run by the family of the owner of this restaurant. But street cafes serve some rubbish. Practically there are only omelettes, fried bacon and beans from the dishes. And also some sausages and Coca-Cola. In general, poor quality fast food. Even in the hotel restaurant the food is much better.

    Daria, December 2016

    Family vacation in Las Americas resort for two weeks. What can I say about food in Tenerife? As for the restaurant in the hotel, we had breakfast there. The room rate included only buffet breakfast food. Almost no different from other hotels of this class. We had lunch and dinner at various catering establishments near our hotel and the embankment.

    There are many establishments with international cuisine. Italian, Asian and local restaurants can be found. We tried lamb, shrimp, and other seafood dishes. I must say that normal seafood food in Tenerife is not cheap.

    At the same time, the portions in the restaurants are quite large and you can eat your fill. I also liked the fact that the staff in the restaurants does not impose anything extra on you. That is, you order what you need, and no one else bothers you with additional services.

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    5 districts of Malaga for buying property and moving

    The municipality of Malaga-Costa del Sol has become one of the best places to live and invest. Its cultural, gastronomic, service and entertainment offerings, combined with comfortable living conditions, form an ideal tandem that attracts thousands of tourists every year.

    Costa del Sol is synonymous with well-being and a high quality of life. Consider the best areas of Malaga to buy property. We will also explore the question of how to choose an area, find an apartment and make a deal in Malaga.

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    • Select the purpose of the purchase: investment, holiday or permanent residence
    • Characteristics of the districts of Malaga
      1. Malaga
      2. Mijas
      3. Nerja
      4. Torremolinos
      5. Benalmadena
    • How to buy an apartment for a foreigner in Malaga
    • Should I buy property in Malaga?
    • The best areas to live in Malaga
    • We will help you buy an apartment in Malaga

    Select the purpose of the purchase: investment, holiday or permanent residence

    The purpose of the purchase determines the type of property chosen.

    Which real estate in Spain, located in the city center or closer to the sea, is suitable for investment.

    For rent, the best option is property in popular tourist areas.

    For permanent residence it is necessary to take into account the development of infrastructure.

    Characteristics of the districts of Malaga

    Prices in areas depend on such characteristics as: location, Malaga’s attractions, infrastructure, availability of parking spaces and the condition of the property.

    Consider which area is better to buy an apartment in Malaga.

    1. Malaga

    Location

    Malaga is a city in southern Spain, in Andalusia. Administrative center of the province of Malaga. Located on square 395 km 2 . It is located between the mountains, the Mediterranean Sea and the mouth of the Guadalmedina River. The population is 571,026 people.

    Infrastructure

    Cultural institutions: about 30 museums (including the famous Center for Contemporary Art, the Pompidou and Picasso Museums, the Thermal Museum, the Museum of Russian Art, the Museum of Fine Arts), cinemas, concert halls, galleries.

    Restaurants, shops, viewpoints (Gibralfaro).

    Transport infrastructure: Competitively priced international airport, bus station, subway, many modes of transport and excellent roads.

    Prestigious educational centers and universities.

    Development and type of property

    Malaga’s real estate market is one of the most active, along with Madrid and Barcelona. In fact, most major developers are building projects in the capital or some of the nearby municipalities. Thanks to this, there is always a wide choice of real estate in Malaga.

    Among the best areas of Malaga with new buildings are the El Limonar area, the city center with the La Malagueta and La Victoria quarters, the Theatinos area and Avenida Pacific.

    Limonar was built next to the embankment of the same name, around the “green” zone that crosses it from north to south. It is one of the most suitable areas for living in Malaga. Here you can find apartments and single-family houses with prices ranging from 300,000 to 1,250,000 €.

    Refurbished buildings predominate in the Central District. The price of real estate here is usually between 150,000 and 660,000 €. The area includes the La Malagueta quarter, Primorsky district, which provides all the necessary services, it is within walking distance from the center. To the northeast of the historic center lies the quiet but cultural charm of La Victoria.

    For families, locals prefer Theatinos and Pacific Avenue. Teatinos is a university district, in addition, you can find many apartment buildings, kindergartens, sports and playgrounds, as well as extensive “green” areas and wide boulevards. Prices for new housing in this quarter range from 200,000 to 440,000 €.

    Near the highway of Cadiz new apartments, penthouses and duplexes. The price range is from 150,000 to 3.5 million €.

    Price m 2 for the number of rooms: Price for a studio or 1 room – 2904 €/m 2 Price for a studio or 1 room – 651 €/m 2 Price for 2 rooms – 2604 €/m 2 Price for 2 rooms – 833 €/m 2 Price for 3 rooms – 2203 €/m 2 Price for 3 rooms – 950 €/m 2 Price for 4 rooms ‒ 2307 €/m 2 Price for 4 rooms – 1003 €/m 2 Price m 2 for services: Price m 2 for services: Price per m 2 with terrace – 25 330 €/m 25 6165 25 640 €/m

    Cost per m 2 with terrace – 979 €/m 2 Furnished property – 2413 €/m 2 Furnished property – 859 €/m 2 Property with elevator – 2505 €/m 2 Property with elevator – 951 €/m 2 For a parking space ‒ 2916 €/m 2 For a parking space – 1116 €/m 2
    Advantages and disadvantages of

    Favorable climate. Friendly locals. High quality products, low prices for food and drinks. Diverse cultural program. Away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Beaches with high quality service. Wide selection of new housing.

    The disadvantages include a large tourist flow, the seasonality of the labor market, the trend towards rising housing prices.

    2. Mijas

    Location

    The municipality of Mijas is located in the southwest of the province of Malaga, 30 km southwest of the capital city of Malaga, and is connected to the western part of the Costa del Sol region. It is located on an area of ​​148 km 2 and extends from the Sierra Alpuhata and Sierra de Mijas to the Mediterranean Sea. Through the territory of Mijas passes the only way between the Costa del Sol and the Valley of Guadalhorce, also known as the port of Gomez, or Puerto De Los Pescadores. About 80,630 people live in the territory of the municipality.

    Infrastructure

    Convenient transportation (buses, high-speed trains, airport, motorway).

    Architectural monuments (Hermitage Madonna de la Peña, churches of Concepción and San Sebastian, El Puerto hermitage).

    Cultural institutions (Museums of wine and bullfighting).

    Sports infrastructure (golf courses, Costa del Sol hippodrome).

    Development and type of property

    New properties are concentrated mainly on the beach. A feature of the Mijas market is that the average price of housing is cheaper than in other municipalities, such as Benalmadena, although here you can also observe a large variation in prices depending on the area.

    In the countryside of Mijas, apartments are for sale at prices ranging from 120,000 to 200,000 €. Closer to the beach and golf courses, the area offers a wider selection of houses, townhouses and luxury villas, which can cost up to 1.5 million €.

    Average price per square meter
    Buy Lease
    Average price per m 2 – 2295 €/m 2 Average price for m 2 – 10 €/m 2
    Average value of real estate – 238 285 € The average cost of real estate is 821 €
    Price m 9 rooms: Price m 2 per number of rooms:
    Price per studio or 1 room – 2234 €/m 2 Price for a studio or 1 room – 630 €/m 2
    Price for 2 rooms – 2276 €/m 2 Price for 2 rooms – 844 €/m 2
    Price for 3 rooms ‒ 2271 €/m 2 Price for 3 rooms – 1084 €/m 2
    Price for 4 rooms – 2358 €/m 2 Price for 4 rooms – 1084 €/m 2
    Price m 2 for services: Price m 2 for services:
    Cost per m 2 with terrace – 2392 €/m 2 Cost per m 2 with terrace – 849 €/m 2
    Furnished property – 2223 €/m 2 Furnished property – 763 €/m 2
    Property with elevator – 2324 €/m 2 Property with elevator – 738 €/m 2
    For a parking space – 2483 €/m 2 For a parking space – 865 €/m 2
    Advantages and disadvantages of

    High quality of life. Calm areas. Favorable climate. Low prices compared to other nearby municipalities.

    The disadvantages include the influx of tourists in the summer months.

    3. Nerja

    Location

    Nerja is a city and municipality that is part of the province of Malaga. It is located in the east of the Costa del Sol region, between the Mediterranean Sea and the Sierra de Almijara mountain range, which protects it from the northern winds and provides a very mild climate and comfortable average annual temperature. Located on an area of ​​85 km 2 . The population is over 20,000 people.

    Infrastructure

    Cultural events and institutions (International Festival of Music and Dance in the Cave of Nerja, Aguila Aqueduct (Acueducto del Aguila), observation deck “Balcony of Europe”).

    Great opportunities for sports.

    Supermarkets, restaurants, beaches, comfortable hotels.

    Development and type of property

    In Nerja, you can buy both resale and new, modern housing, much of which is inspired by Andalusian architecture.

    There are old stone-walled houses, dilapidated buildings in need of repair, as well as recently built residential properties, chalets with swimming pools, villas and huge mansions overlooking the sea and mountains.

    Price m.

    Price for a studio or 1 room – 603 €/m 2 Price for 2 rooms – 3125 €/m 2 Price for 2 rooms – 853 €/m 2 Price for 3 rooms – 2403 €/m 2 Price for 3 rooms – 1079€/m 2 Price for 4 rooms ‒ 2640 €/m 2 Price for 4 rooms – 1116 €/m 2 Price m 2 for services: Price m 2 for services: Price per m 2 with terrace – 29805 €/m 214 9165 29165 €/m 2

    Cost per m 2 with terrace – 975 €/m 2 Furnished property – 3201 €/m 2 Furnished property – 915 €/m 2 Property with elevator – 2978 €/m 2 Property with elevator – 955 €/m 2 For a parking space – 3257 €/m 2 For a parking space – 1132 €/m 2
    Advantages and disadvantages of

    Favorable mild climate. Varied Mediterranean cuisine. Wide range of properties. Numerous cultural and sports facilities. Close proximity to big cities. A large number of beaches. Friendly locals.

    4. Torremolinos

    Location

    Torremolinos is a small town located 12 km from the city of Malaga, on the west side adjoins the city of Benalmadena. Located on an area of ​​20 km 2 . The population is about 68,000 people, of which about 15,000 are foreigners.

    Infrastructure

    The promenade of the city is divided by a small rock into two parts – in the east is the beach of Bajondillo (Bajondillo), in the west – the beach of La Carihuela (La Cariuela). Hotels, restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops are located along the embankment.

    The San Miguel pedestrian street is the most beautiful in Torremolinos.

    Here you will find restaurants, shops, pastry shops, bars and wine cellars, as well as the famous Pepe Lopez tavern.

    Beaches (Bajondillo, Saltillo and Playamar, La Carihuela).

    Pablo Picasso Cultural Center, Aqualand Torremolinos, Torremolinos Exhibition Center.

    Development and type of property

    The real estate market is represented by modern luxury houses overlooking the sea.

    Parks and gardens in the new residential areas make it possible to enjoy outdoor picnics, swimming pools and indoor gyms.

    Buying a home in Torremolinos is all about comfort, tranquility and good impressions.

    Average price per square meter
    – 239 221 €
    purchase Rent
    Average price for m 2 – 2331 €/m 2 Average price for m 2 – 11 €/m 2

    The average cost of real estate – 930 €
    Price M 2 for the number of rooms: Price M 2 for the number of rooms:
    Price for the studio or 1 room – 2443 €/ € 243 €/ € 243 €/ m 2 Price for a studio or 1 room – 638 €/m 2
    Price for 2 rooms – 2380 €/m 2 Price for 2 rooms – 871 €/m 2
    Price for 3 rooms – 2284 €/m 2 Price for 3 rooms – 1301 €/m 2
    Price for 4 rooms – 2285 €/m 2 Price for 4 rooms – 1235 €/m 2
    Price m 2 for services: Price m 2 for services:
    Price per m 2 with terrace – 2380 €/m 214 9160 214 9160 €/m

    Cost per m 2 with terrace – 978 €/m 2
    Furnished property – 2324 €/m 2 Furnished property – 921 €/m 2
    Property with elevator – 2364 €/m 2 Property with elevator – 966 €/m 2
    For a parking space – 2515 €/m 2 For a parking space – 1124 €/m 2
    Advantages and disadvantages of

    Favorable Mediterranean climate. Proximity to the capital Malaga. Beautiful beaches. Restaurants and cafes with varied cuisine. High return on investment in real estate.

    Torremolinos is a city for the younger generation as well as for retirees and young families.

    The disadvantages include a large number of foreigners (27% of the population).

    5. Benalmadena

    Location

    Benalmadena is a Spanish municipality, part of the province of Malaga in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Located on an area of ​​27 km 2 . The population is about 61,000 people.

    Infrastructure

    Public Hospital and International Private Hospital.

    Several schools, both public and international.

    Developed transport infrastructure (public transport, railway).

    Benalmadena is located just 15 km from the city of Malaga, about 42 km from Marbella and 10 km from Malaga International Airport. Fuengirola and Torremolinos, the airport and Malaga can be reached by train. The Sierra Nevada Ski Resort is 180 km away.

    Shopping malls, theme parks, eg Tivoli World, golf courses.

    Development and type of property

    Mostly secondary properties are presented here, new residential complexes are being built in the vicinity of the city and urbanizations of the municipality. The rental market is well developed.

    The value of real estate depends on the location, type of housing, living conditions, distance from the sea, etc.

    Average price per square meter
    purchase Rent
    Average price for m 2 €/m 2

    2 2 – 10 € Average property value – 264 816 € Average property value – 803 €
    Price m 2 for the number of rooms: Price m 2 for the number of rooms:
    Price for a studio or 1 room – 2583 €/m 2 Price for a studio or 1 room – 640 €/m 2
    Price for 2 rooms – 2595 €/m 2 Price for 2 rooms – 826 €/m 2
    Price for 3 rooms – 2636 €/m 2 Price for 3 rooms – 1055 €/m 2
    Price for 4 rooms – 2604 €/m 2 Price for 4 rooms – 1055 €/m 2
    Price m 2 for services: Price m 2 for services:
    Cost per m 2 with terrace – 26303 €/m 26308 9164

    Cost per m 2 with terrace – 824 €/m 2
    Furnished property – 2634 €/m 2 Furnished property – 810 €/m 2
    Property with elevator – 2644 €/m 2 Property with elevator – 831 €/m 2
    For a parking space – 2719 €/m 2 For a parking space – 915 €/m 2
    Advantages and disadvantages of

    Seaside location. Diverse gastronomic offers, rich culture, architectural sights, high quality of life, beautiful landscapes.

    The disadvantages include the cold Atlantic current, due to which the water temperature does not rise above 21°C during the peak of the holiday season.

    How to buy an apartment for a foreigner in Malaga

    • Property valuation with the help of real estate agency specialists in Spain.
    • Verification of documents.
    • Personal visit and home inspection.
    • Negotiation of terms of sale.
    • Signing a deposit agreement.
    • Signing a notarial statement.

    Should I buy property in Malaga?

    Malaga is one of the most sought after Spanish provinces. Investors are attracted by the high quality of life, comfortable climate, interesting customs and traditions. Investing in Malaga housing, located in the most attractive tourist areas, brings significant income to savers.

    British, Germans, French, Swedes, Belgians, Italians dominate among foreign property buyers in the Malaga market.

    The best areas to live in Malaga

    So, where is the best place to buy an apartment in Malaga?

    Choosing an area of ​​Malaga for buying and renting real estate is necessary in accordance with your preferences, lifestyle and budget.

    Recommendations for choosing an apartment in Spain for living depend on the buyer’s personal requests.

    For students and young people, areas near the city center or near universities are suitable: Malaga, Benalmádena.

    Torremolinos – an area where it is better for a Russian to live and buy an apartment for a pensioner.

    For families with children, areas with green areas, developed infrastructure and relatively low housing prices are suitable: Torremolinos, Mijas.

    Malaga is the area where you should buy an apartment for rent and investment.

    Benalmadena is an area where it is better to buy property by the sea.

    In Nerja and Malaga it is better to live long-term.

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    La palma tourist attractions: 30 Cool and Unusual Things to Do in La Palma

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    • Top ChoiceSights in Santa Cruz de la Palma

      Santuario de la Virgen de las Nieves

      For splendid views down the valley to Santa Cruz, put aside time to tackle the 4km uphill hike north of town to La Palma’s main object of pilgrimage, the 17th-century Santuario de la Virgen de las Nieves with its fabulously ornate interior. The wooden Mudéjar-carved ceiling, sculptures and sparkling crystal chandeliers are the precursor to the 82cm-tall Virgin Mary herself, surrounded by a glittering altar. The 14th-century sculpture is the oldest religious statue in the Canary Islands and the object of deep veneration.

    • Top ChoiceSights in Central La Palma

      Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente

      Declared a national park in 1954, this beautiful park is at the heart of La Palma, both geographically and symbolically. Extending across 46.9 sq km, the park encompasses thick Canary pine forests, a wealth of freshwater springs and streams, waterfalls, impressive rock formations and many kilometres of hiking trails. Although you can reach a few miradors by car, you’ll need to explore on foot to really experience the park at its best.

    • Top ChoiceSights in Fuencaliente

      Volcán San Antonio Visitor Centre & Volcán San Antonio

      The visitor centre is your first stop if you want to explore the volcanoes. Displays are well-captioned and informative, but the layout is not very imaginative and rather dated. It’s far more interesting to head out and walk along a section of the rim of Volcán San Antonio, a yawning chasm of this great black cone, which last blew in 1949 and has now been repopulated by hardy Canarian pines. The crater is also a superb stargazing viewpoint.

    • Top ChoiceSights in Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente

      Pico Bejenado

      At 1854m, clambering up to this peak offers glorious views over the pines, valleys and ridges of the Caldera de Taburiente. The peak marks the conclusion of the hike here from Pista de Valencia below along a clearly marked path through the pines. Note the visitor’s book in the metal box chained to one of the rocks – leave your reflections on the views and read about the experiences of other hikers.

    • Top ChoiceSights in Northern La Palma

      Santo Domingo

      Wind your way down the lovely, sinuous LP-112 to the settlement of Santo Domingo and then turn left in the village and follow the signs to the Puerto de Santo Domingo. At the end of the road is a small car park and mirador with sublime views to the Roque de Santo Domingo and the Roque de las Tabaidas. In the village itself, you can find restaurants and cafeterias not far from the Iglesia Nuestra Señora de La Luz.

    • Top ChoiceSights in Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente

      Observatorio del Roque de Los Muchachos

      The huge telescopes on the peak of Roque de los Muchachos belong to the island’s astronomical observatory, one of the world’s best places to study the night sky and in 2012 deemed the world’s first Unesco-certified Starlight Reserve. The mammoth Grantecan (Gran Telescopio Canarias; GTC) at the Observatorio del Roque de los Muchachos boasts one of the world’s largest telescopes and the largest single-aperture optical telescope on the planet. The observatory can be visited by booking a tour.

    • Sights in Southern La Palma

      Parque Ecológico de Belmaco

      The first ancient petroglyphs found on the archipelago were discovered at this site in 1752. A 300m trail that winds around various cave dwellings (complete with animal sound effects!) once inhabited by Benahoare tribespeople is the heart of this archaeological park; the highlight is the squiggling etchings, which date back to AD 150. There’s also a two-room museum with reproductions and information regarding the history of the discovery.

    • Top ChoiceSights in San Andrés

      Charco Azul

      Creatively designed Charco Azul is a blending of moulded concrete with natural volcanic rocks. The effect is stunning, especially when the waves are whipping up: a series of natural-looking saltwater pools with sunbathing platforms and a walkway between them. Bus 100 (€2.40) regularly runs from Santa Cruz de la Palma to Los Sauces where you can change to bus 104 from Los Sauces to Charco Azul (€1.50, 10 minutes, three daily).

    • Sights in Fuencaliente

      Volcán Teneguía

      Volcán Teneguía’s 1971 eruption was the most recent in the archipelago. A signposted trail from Volcán San Antonio, near the visitor centre, leads you here on a downhill hike over scrunchy volcanic gravel (wear sturdy shoes). The easy to moderate walk to the volcano and back takes about two hours. If that’s not far enough, you can continue onwards for a further hour (one way) down to the coast at the Faro (Lighthouse) de Fuencaliente near the southern tip of La Palma.

    • Sights in Fuencaliente

      Salinas de Fuencaliente

      Beyond the lighthouse at the south of the island are the Salinas de Fuencaliente, which you can explore along a self-guided path; explanations on boards tell you all about the processes of salt extraction from seawater. The pans cover a huge area, totalling 3.5 hectares.

    • Sights in Northern La Palma

      Parque Arqueológico de El Tendal

      With a new and very informative exhibition centre with touchscreen displays, this museum and cave complex at the side of the LP-1 road to Los Sauces was still opening up when we visited. The centre faces a series of caves used by Benahoarita people in the barranco below, some of which should be accessible by the time you read this. The exhibition centre has a video on the history of the caves and their importance to the early people who settled here.

    • Top ChoiceSights in Villa de Mazo

      Museo Casa Roja

      This handsome ochre-red mansion (built in 1911), located down one of the steep streets from the main road, has downstairs exhibits on Corpus Christi – a festival Villa de Mazo celebrates with particular gusto: streets are decorated with elegant ‘carpets’ made of flower petals, seeds and soil. Upstairs are displays of linen and embroidery; don’t miss the fabulous tiled bathroom with the painted toilet. The house also has an impressive imperial staircase, further ornate tiled floors and a lovely, small landscaped front garden with another garden behind.

    • Sights in Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente

      Lava Tubes

      On the hike up to Pico Bejenado, and at other sights in the park, you will see lava tubes in the rock by the side of the path. Originally, these were conduits in the rock through which lava would pass, formed when slow-moving lava cooled enough for a tube to form. The lava tubes visible at this spot appear quite small, but one system of tubes on Teide, Tenerife, is over 18km in length.

    • Sights in Los Llanos de Aridane

      Plaza España

      Relaxing and good-looking Plaza España is the heart of the historic town. Majestic, ancient and sizeable Indian laurel trees provide a much-welcome leafy canopy on even the sunniest days, making this the perfect spot to picnic, people-watch or relax in a cafe. The Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de los Remedios dominates the northern flank of the square. Have a coffee in one of the cafes bordering the square and afterwards wander the surrounding streets and plazas, which preserve considerable traditional character.

    • Sights in Puerto Naos

      El Remo

      Just a short way down to the very end of the road beyond Puerto Naos, past the banana greenhouses, brings you to this small village right by the sea, composed of a gathering of low-build houses, cafeterias and restaurants. It’s a fun place to scramble over the rocks looking for crabs (plentiful) and watching the waves crash ashore. A black-sand playa runs largely the length of Calle Remo; sunsets are terrific.

    • Sights in Parque Nacional de la Caldera de Taburiente

      Lomo del Estrecho Engravings

      A marker at 2.5km from Pista de Valencia and 3km from Pico Bejenado points to the prehistoric Petroglifos (petroglyphs) 150m along a path to your right. The carving – housed within a metal cage – was discovered in 1988. It is quite hard to make out the pattern on the rock if the sun is shining directly onto it, but you can discern the curved lines. It possibly served the purpose of marking out pasture fields or former shepherding roads, but its precise purpose is unknown.

    • Top ChoiceSights in Santa Cruz de la Palma

      Iglesia del Salvador

      The interior of this magnificent church boasts a glittering baroque pulpit dating back to 1750 and a stunningly intricate and coloured 16th-century wooden ceiling considered to be one of the best Mudéjar (Islamic-style architecture) works in all the Canaries. There are also several fine sculptures, dazzling stained-glass windows and a huge portrait of St Christopher and another portraying St Michael. The church overlooks and dominates Plaza de España.

    • Top ChoiceSights in El Paso

      Museo de la Seda

      Learn the secrets of the caterpillars that spin dresses fit for a marriage. The silk produced here is made according to traditions that have barely changed since the industry arrived on the island in the 16th century. There is an upstairs museum with some magnificent silk garments on display from as far afield as China and India, plus a short film about silk production. End your visit at the downstairs workshop where you can see the weaving in action.

    • Sights in Santa Cruz de la Palma

      Iglesia de Santo Domingo

      If you follow the steps heading up out of Plaza de España to the upper town, you will find the shady Plaza Santo Domingo. The substantial Iglesia de Santo Domingo here boasts an important collection of Flemish paintings and dates to 1530. Note that the church is often shut; the adjacent building, which looks like it is part of the church, is actually a school (it has maroon doors, while the church has green doors) which you should not enter.

    • Sights in Northern La Palma

      Parque Cultural La Zarza

      Two Benahoare petroglyphs are the main attraction at the Parque Cultural La Zarza. The geometric-shaped etchings lie along a 1.5km circuit within the park itself. Back at the visitor centre, you can watch an informative 20-minute video about the life of the original inhabitants and take a tour around the interactive museum. To reach the park, head west along the LP-1; it’s on a curve and easy to miss – keep an eye out for the signpost.

    Things to do in La Palma (Complete Guide)

    This quiet unsung Canary Island is a visual masterpiece featuring deep ravines patterned with volcanic crags and enchanting forests shrouded in mist and bird song. Due to its natural beauty it is no wonder La Palma is protected under a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. But, believe it or not, its beauty extends beyond its landscapes on to its star filled skies, captivating capital and its inexplicable tranquil charm; ‘La Isla Bonita’ certainly lives up to its name. From paradise hikes to beachside retreats there are many wonderful things to do in La Palma. To help you plan your trip we’ve put together an ultimate guide to activities, sites and all things La Palma.

    Why Visit La Palma

    La Palma is the least developed and most scenically spectacular of the Canary Islands. It’s stunning black sand beaches, dramatic volcanic ravines and untouched laurel forests make it an irresistible retreat. Just 4 hours from home and you could be relaxing in peaceful resorts with untouched beaches.

    Visit our post for more reasons to visit La Palma.

    Where is La Palma

    La Palma is the most north westerly of the Canary Islands located around 133km from Tenerife, meaning it experiences a similar climate.

    As this blog is a comprehensive guide, we’ve put together a handy list of contents to help you find the information that’s relevant to you…

    1. Top things to do in La Palma
    2. Walking in La Palma
    3. La Palma Beaches
    4. La Palma Museums
    5. La Palma Food
    6. Events in La Palma
    7. Practical Information

    Things to do in La Palma

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    Go stargazing

    La Palma is blessed with some of the clearest skies in Europe, for that reason the skies are protected within a ‘starlight reserve’ and recognised on an international level for low levels of light pollution. From La Palma you can see a plethora of constellations and visit some stunning observatories built to view the sky above. Two of La Palma’s observatories are set up by the IAC (Canary Islands Institute of Astrophysics) to study the night sky, demonstrating how phenomenal the skies here really are.

    Simply look up at night or view the stars from one of the many observatories, including Astro La Palma and Roque de Los Muchachos, where telescopes allow you to witness the surface of the moon, rings of Saturn or even Jupiter’s moons.

    There are several stargazing tours, walks and excursions taking place on the island. Admission to Astro la Palma from €9.

    2. Spot dolphins and whales

    The Atlantic Ocean surrounding La Palma is home to a wonderful array of marine life including dolphins and whales. Several boat tours and catamarans operate across the island with experienced and knowledgeable guides, showcasing the beauty of La Palma’s marine life. Watch dolphins jump joyfully alongside your boat and witness the majestic sight of pilot whales coming up for air.

    3. Swim in the natural sea pools at Charco Azul and La Fajana

    La Palma’s natural pools are filled with clear sea water making them a wonderful place to swim and a fantastic experience. Surrounding the pools are warm rocks in which you can sunbathe and relax, as well as toilet facilities and a small café. At Charco Azul there are showers to wash off which cost around 50 cents. Charco Azul and Piscinas de La Fajana are amongst the best natural pools on La Palma.

    4. Visit Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory

    Roque de Los Muchachos is the highest peak on La Palma offering jaw-dropping surroundings and views across the island. At the peak is a collection of 13 gigantic telescopes in which to discover, including the world’s largest telescope. The observatory is located on the edge of Caldera de Taburiente at 2,396 above sea level and can be visited throughout the year on a request basis.

    Open from 16th September – 14th June. Visits are only available Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Open 9am – 12.30pm.  Must be booked in advance.

    5. Explore Santa Cruz de la Palma

    The capital of La Palma, Santa Cruz de la Palma, is a colourful and relaxed city, and a visit here is one of the best things to do in La Palma. Its 15th century buildings and flower filled balconies reflect the colonial era and its cobbled streets lead to quaint cafes and relaxed eateries. You can experience a delightful day trip here with plenty to entertain, including the colourful Avenida Maritima, impressive Iglesia del Salvador and tempting markets. Feel as if you have stepped back in time in the beautiful Old Town while soaking up the maritime atmosphere.  Easily accessed by bus or taxi from all La Palma towns.

    6. Salt pans of Fuencaliente

    At the most southernly tip of La Palma you will find the Salt Pans of Fuencaliente, one of the more unusual things to do in La Palma. Seawater is pumped in to shallow pools and left to dry in the sun resulting in natural salt formation. The salt is than packaged and sold in supermarkets across the island. The view of brilliant white against black volcanic rock is an impressive sight, and although the operation is small, it produces 500,000 kilos of natural salt a year.

    7. Uncover ancient carvings at Cultural Park La Zarza and Zarcita

    Enjoy a charming forest hike and uncover the carvings of La Zarza, which occupy 29 panels, and La Zarzita, which occupy 18 panels. This fascinating site was discovered in just 1941, but the carvings and petroglyphs are ancient. The park is small yet fascinating with a small museum in which to learn the origin and theories behind the ancient carvings.

    Entry fee €2. Summer 11am – 7pm, winter 11am – 5pm. Located in Garafia

    Hiking and walking in La Palma

    La Palma is unarguably a fantastic destination for walkers of all abilities. Over one thousand kilometres of trails lead through deep canyons and ravines, volcanic calderas and deep in to laurel forests. There are tracks to suit all levels of walking from a light amble to a challenging trek, making walking one of the most popular things to do in La Palma. The trails here are well sign-posted and classified in accordance with the European Rambler’s Association. Here are some of the best places for walking in La Palma:

    Los Tilos forest

    Los Tilos Forest is one of the few remaining Laurel forests in the world, resulting in a unique experience. The walking trails here wind through misty glades to glittering cascades, taking in a fascinating array of flora and fauna along the way. Don’t miss a visit to Cascada de Los Tilos, a stunning hidden waterfall.

    Caldera de Taburiente

    Caldera de Taburiente is a volcanic caldera formed millions of years ago, which is now a favourite with hikers. The vast national park is filled with streams, waterfalls and rugged peaks in which to walk through. Hike through dense forests, in to deep valleys and walk alongside the ridge of a volcanic crater. Within the park is the highest peak on the island, Roque de la Muchachos, the fascinating Cascada de Los Colores and an 8 km wide caldera.

    Cumbre Vieja National Park

    Cumbre Vieja National Park is situated in the heart of La Palma and home to extreme landscape contrasts, from green forests to barren volcanic crags. One of La Palma’s most popular hikes, known as the volcano route (Ruta de los volcanes), takes in the main sites of this beautiful park, including some of the oldest and newest lava formations, as well as a unique array of indigenous plants and animal species.

    La Palma Beaches

    Due to their unique black sands and tranquil personality, La Palma’s beaches are simply wonderful. The black sands are created from the islands volcanic past and each beach is quiet, peaceful and utterly delightful. Thanks to being in a protected Biosphere Reserve, the waters a clean and clear, as well as featuring an azure glow due to the volcanic nature of the island. Make sure you bring a towel as the sand can get very hot.

    Puerto de Naos

    Puerto de Naos is a 600-metre-long beach with clean, clear waters and excellent facilities making it great for families and relaxation. Umbrellas are available for hire and there are kiosks serving refreshments, as well as a beach side promenade offering plenty of bars and restaurants. Puerto de Naos is located just 10km south of Tazacorte.

     

    Playa de Tazacorte

    Playa de Tazacorte is a 500-metre-long beach with blue flag status located in Tazacorte. The beach boasts lifeguards, changing facilities and great accessibility, as well as a promenade with bars and restaurants resulting in a relaxed bohemian vibe. A small section of the beach is reserved as a private nudist area.

     

    Playa de Charco Verde

    One of La Palma’s smaller beaches at just 250 metres long, Charco Verde stretches around a calm and shallow bay making it excellent for light swimmers. There are superb facilities, umbrellas and wooden walkways to protect your feet from the hot sand. Located 2km south of Puerto de Naos.

    Playa de Los Cancajos

    Formed as a bay, Los Cancajos is protected by volcanic rocks resulting in tranquil waters throughout the year. Located on the east of the island, Los Cancajos has warm black sands, gentle waves, and calm waters. Similarly there are toilet facilities, showers and sunbeds for hire, as well as several restaurants nearby for refreshments.

     

    Museums in La Palma

    Naval Museum

    The Naval Museum (Museo Naval) holds a concrete reproduction of the Santa Maria (aboard which Christopher Columbus discovered the west Indies). The small museum demonstrates how Spanish conquistadors took sugar from the Canary Islands to Cuba. Open weekdays 10am – 6pm, weekends 10am – 2pm. Admission €4.50. Located in Santa Cruz.

    Cigar Museum

    Discover the history of the famous Palmeran cigar and uncover the journey from tobacco cultivation to cigar production before a trip to the museum shop. Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am – 1pm. €3 admission, located in Brena Alta.

    Silk Museum (Museo de la Sada)

    Uncover La Palma’s long history of silk production dating back to the 16th century at Museo de la Sada. Witness the process of silk making from silk worm to fabric or enjoy your very own silk making workshop. Open Monday – Friday 10am-2pm, admission €3.

    The Embroidery Museum

    At the Embroidery Museum you can witness some truly remarkable pieces of embroidery from throughout la Palma’s history, from table cloths and intricate cross stitches to fine embroidered silks. Open Monday – Friday 10am – 2pm and Saturdays 4pm – 6pm. Admission €2. Located in the red house in Mazo where the Corpus Christie museum is also located.

    La Palma Food

    La Palma’s cuisine consists mostly of fresh seafood and ingredients sourced from the island, therefore most restaurants serve homely and hearty food at reasonable prices. Here are some La Palma dishes you must try:

    • Papas Arrugadas – Potatoes are boiled and dried with salt and served with a garlic and pepper sauce
    • Fresh Sardines – Caught locally and served fresh from the island’s coast
    • Cocomar in La Bombilla – Fresh fish served in a tasty Columbian style sauce
    • Quesa Asado – Fried goats cheese
    • Chiperones a la Pancha – Small squid cooked in oil
    • Gambas – Prawns most often served with garlic
    • Cerveza Gara – La Palma’s very own beer, brewed on the island
    • Barraquitos – An espresso style drink served with condensed milk, a dash of liquor, shot of espresso and milk froth to top it off

    Events in La Palma

    Carnival Los Indianos: Taking place in either February or March, Carnival Los Indianos is a festival not to miss. The streets of La Palma fill with music, dancing and lots of talcum powder! Locals and visitors alike dress in white and throw talcum powder around the streets.

    La Bajada de la Virgen de Las Nieves: Bajada takes place in several towns across the Canary Islands, the term is Spanish for ‘bringing down’, meaning the bringing of the Patron Saint statue from its resting place to the people. In La Palma’s case, this is Virgen de Las Nieves (virgin of the snows). The festival takes place in July/August with several parades, pilgrimages and street entertainment.

    Fiesta de San Martin: This festival usually taking place in November where wine cellars open for visitors to celebrate the chestnut and grape harvest season. A great opportunity to taste local delicacies and wine.

    Fiestas San Miguel: An annual fiesta to worship the island’s patron saint, Fiestas San Miguel usually takes place in September. The streets fill with exhibitions, processions and unique celebrations, including the ‘dance of the Fufo horses’.

     

    La Palma Weather averages: the best time to visit La Palma

    La Palma enjoys year-round, spring like weather and very little seasonal variation, however the best time to visit La Palma is from May to mid-October as the days are slightly longer. Temperatures are enjoyable year-round and the spring like weather is great for walkers, although the hottest months are July and August when the sea water is also at its warmest. Rainfall is not particularly high in La Palma and falls most in November and December.

     

    Time in La Palma

    La Palma follows the same time zone as the UK so there is no time difference.

    La Palma Currency

    As part of Spain, the Euro is the only accepted currency in La Palma.

    La Palma Flight Time

    4 hours and 30 minutes from London airports.

    Where to stay in La Palma

    Hotel Hacienda de Abajo

    A wonderfully tranquil adult only hotel located near the historic centre of Tazacorte. This family run hotel is set in a converted 17th century mansion housing a fabulous collection of artwork from painting to sculptures.

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    Parador de La Palma

    A hilltop hotel with jaw dropping views of surrounding countryside and the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel’s extensive gardens are ripe for exploring and the elegant facilities are perfect for relaxation.

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    Hacienda San Jorge

    Just a 5 minute walk from the coastal town of Los Cancajos, this hotel boasts a peaceful paradise around its refreshing seawater pool and impressive botanical gardens.

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    Duration: 4 to 5 hours

    The Mirador del Roque de los Muchachos is the quintessential viewpoint of the Island and is located at the highest point of La Palma at 2,426 meters above sea level. The name of Roque de Los Muchachos comes from the shape of it, as they are a series of small roques about 3 meters high, which resemble a group of boys. From there you can see an impressive view of the National Park of La Caldera de Taburiente, where depending on the weather conditions it is possible to see the other three islands of the province (Tenerife, La Gomera and El Hierro).

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    • 1 What to see in La Palma?
      • 1. 1 Roque de los Muchachos in La Palma
      • 1.2 Linden Tree Forest
      • 1.3 Route of the volcanoes of La Palma
      • 1.4 Cubo de la Galga route
      • 1.5 Coloured waterfall in La Palma
      • 1.6 Fuencaliente salt flats
      • 1.7 Echentive Beach
      • 1.8 Visit to Santa Cruz de La Palma

    Did you know that the island of La Palma is recognized by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve?

    As you can imagine with this recognition, this island of volcanic origin stands out for its incredible natural landscapes. There are numerous walking routes in La Palma where you can forget about time and enjoy its landscapes.

    So that you don’t miss anything on your visit to this island, in this post we talk about all the essential things to see in La Palma.

    Roque de los Muchachos in La Palma

    This is the highest point on the island of La Palma. At 2,420 metres above sea level, from the Roque de los Muchachos you can observe the incredible landscapes of the Caldera de Taburiente National Park.

    If you want to be amazed by its landscapes, we recommend you to visit this area during the spring season, when the broom is in bloom. The views of this volcanic terrain in contrast with the yellow and white colors of these flowers are incredible.

    At the same point is the Observatorio Astrofísico del Roque de Los Muchachos (ORM). Thanks to the fact that it is clear almost all year round, La Palma is one of the most privileged places on the planet for astronomical observation. Don’t come back from your trip without seeing the stars in La Palma, it will be one of the coolest experiences of your life.

    Linden Tree Forest

    In the north of the island of La Palma, you will find the Linden Tree Forest. It is a subtropical laurel forest and is one of the oldest and most extensive of its kind in Europe.

    The trekking in this area is spectacular. You can visit the Cascada de los Tilos, or do the trek of the springs of Marcos and Cordero de La Palma, one of the natural wonders of Spain.

    Although the landscapes are undoubtedly beautiful, you have to be well prepared for this adventure. You will pass through 13 tunnels where the use of a torch will be essential, and if you do not want to get completely soaked, it is also advisable to wear a mackintosh.

    Route of the volcanoes of La Palma

    If there is one thing the Canary Islands can boast of, it is their volcanic origin. For this reason, one of the most recommended activities to do in La Palma is the route of the volcanoes.

    The route goes from the Refugio de El Pilar to Los Canarios. It is more than 17 kilometers along the GR 131 trail, and it is a trek of medium-high difficulty.

    During this route you can visit, for example, the Hoyo Negro or the Volcán Martín. Have you already put your trekking boots in your suitcase?

    Cubo de la Galga route

    Another place where the Canarian laurel forest is so predominant is the Enchanted Forest of La Palma.

    There you will find the Cubo de la Galga trail. Numerous trails run through this area, where you can choose between shorter routes of just 2 km, or longer ones of up to 9 km.

    Although it does not have a final monument or anything special to do, the truth is that the spectacular nature of the forest, where from one moment to the next you will believe that an elf is going to come out, is well worth the effort.

    Coloured waterfall in La Palma

    Without leaving the Caldera de Taburiente National Park, you are going to find a spectacular multicoloured waterfall… Yes, as you read.

    This is a waterfall in which the different minerals in the area have given it some very striking colours. The combination of yellowish and orange hues, together with the spectacular nature of the waterfall itself, make the coloured waterfall one of the most magical places on the island.

    Fuencaliente salt flats

    If you travel to the south of the island of La Palma, you can’t miss the Salinas de Fuencaliente.

    It is a place with beautiful contrast. The white of the salt pans blends with the volcanic black that predominates on the island, under the gaze of the Fuencaliente lighthouse.

    It is also one of the most famous spots on the island to watch the sunset, which will add that reddish colour to the landscape. What a combination!

    Echentive Beach

    If you fancy a dip somewhere different from the typical volcanic sandy beaches of the islands, this is the place for you.

    The Playa de Echentive is very close to the Fuencaliente lighthouse, in the south of La Palma. As a curiosity, you should know that its origin dates back to only half a century ago, in 1971, when the eruption of the Teneguía Volcano formed these landscapes.

    It is a totally unspoilt beach, where you can find several natural beaches of a spectacular emerald green colour. Moreover, its shallow depth makes these water bodies totally crystalline.

    Rain on La Palma is possible only in late spring and late autumn. In the summer, in September and October, there is practically no rainfall. The island of La Palma (Canary Islands) is called the most beautiful and green.

    How to get to the resort?

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    You can get from Moscow only with a transfer. For example, a Spanish airline offers flights: Moscow – Madrid – La Palma. From Russia, charters fly to the largest Canary Islands. From the airport you can get to La Palma by small planes or by ferry. It’s a matter of taste here. By plane from Tenerife you can fly in 30 minutes. The ferry will take more than two hours. La Palma is the most remote island of the archipelago, so it takes longer to get to it.

    What to see on vacation?

    What to see on the island of La Palma (Canary Islands)? Tourists should definitely visit the capital. Santa Cruz will delight guests with beautiful narrow streets and ancient buildings. In the center of the city there is a small triangular square, which is called Plaza de España. It is decorated with a stone fountain. There you can also admire the Cathedral of the Savior with a bell tower and a town hall. In addition, in the capital there is the fortress “Castillo de Santa Catalina” and the Maritime Museum, shaped like a ship of Columbus, built in full size.

    The town of Santa Cruz is very small. All of its attractions are located within just a few blocks from the beautiful Avenida Maritima promenade. In the city, it makes sense to see the Salazar Palace of the 17th century, take a walk along Dali Street, visit the Constitution Square, admire the town hall of the 16th century. Often tourists go to the House of Tobacco, where you can visit an interesting tour and buy real cigars.

    National Park

    If you are interested in the sights of the island of La Palma (Canary Islands), then one of those places that you should definitely see is the Caldera de Taburiente National Park. On its territory you will see a gigantic crater with a diameter of up to 8 km and a depth of 2 km. It was formed as a result of a powerful volcanic eruption. The fourth National Park was created in 1954 year. Hiking trails have been laid out on its territory especially for guests. Some of them are quite difficult and require good physical preparation. During the walk you can see the “Gorge of Fear” and the volcanic rock. From Santa Cruz, the park can be reached by bus or by car.

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    One of the highest peaks in the reserve is Pico de la Cruz. You can climb it in five hours. One of the trails in the park allows you to admire the highest peaks and take wonderful photos from the viewing platforms. On Mount Muchasos, the best playground on the island has opened. You can get to it only during the tour, since it is located in a protected area. If you are not physically prepared, you can choose the easiest path for walking. In this matter, the park staff will guide you. According to tourists, the reserve is very beautiful and interesting. If you are a supporter of natural beauties, it is definitely worth a visit. During the tour you will have a great opportunity to take beautiful photos for memory.

    Los Tilos

    Another attraction of the island of La Palma (Canary Islands) is Los Tilos. Here, on the rocky slopes of the gorge, an ancient laurel forest has been preserved. In 1983, Los Tilos was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. There are 5 km of hiking trails on its territory. One of the trails leads to the observation deck. Others abound with steep climbs and lead to waterfalls.

    La Sarza

    Among the attractions of the island of La Palma, according to tourists, the archaeological area of ​​La Sarza is of interest. On its territory, traces of the habitation of ancient inhabitants were found. Tourists are incredibly attracted by the petroglyphs carved on the rocks. You can see them in the areas of Don Pedro, Roque Faro and Juan Adalid. Ancient drawings are linear and spiral figures. Their meaning has not yet been unraveled by scientists. But the most valuable here are images in the Aztec style: the figure of a woman with the head of an insect and a male figure. Household items are presented within the walls of the museum, thanks to which you can get an idea of ​​the life of the people.

    “El Faro”

    The most interesting for tourists are the beaches of the island of La Palma (Canary Islands). One of them is “El Faro”, it is located in the south of the island. According to tourists, this is the ideal place to enjoy the sea, the sun and the natural beauty of the region. There are very beautiful rocks here. Also in the beach area there are two lighthouses, one of them was built at the beginning of the twentieth century. The beach will appeal to those people who want to relax away from the city. You can get to it by bus or by car.

    “Los Cancajos”

    The beach “Los Cancajos” is located in the eastern part of the island of La Palma (Canaries), just two kilometers from the airport and at the same distance from the capital. The beach is a bay that is protected by a breakwater in the form of a rock of volcanic origin. On the coast throughout the year, the sea is incredibly calm and warm. Diving enthusiasts are invariably impressed by the rich rich flora and fauna. The beach is one of the best places on the island for diving.

    The main feature of the coast of the island of La Palma (Canary Islands, photo is given in the article) is black sand, of volcanic origin. “Los Canhacos” in this sense is no exception. If you want something exotic, then the beach will please you with black sand and warm water. The coast is equipped with all necessary infrastructure. There are restaurants and cafes nearby. From the capital, you can get here by bus. In addition, there are several three and four star hotels on the coast.

    “Puerto Naos”

    According to reviews, one of the best beaches on La Palma (Canary Islands) is “Puerto Naos”. He has been awarded the Blue Flag. The beach is located on the southwestern coast of the island, in the tourist center of Puerto Naos. Fans of paragliding regularly gather here. The black sand on the coast is of volcanic origin. It has a slightly greenish hue due to olivine rocks. On the coast there is a promenade with coconut palms, in the shade of which vacationers hide from the sun. There are also cafes and restaurants, and hotels are nearby. On the beach for diving enthusiasts in the evenings in the dark, diving into the water is organized. Tourists note that the night sea is no less beautiful.

    “Bahamar” beach

    In the east of the island is the “Bahamar” beach, which is considered the most visited. It is located near Santa Cruz, which is why it is popular with locals. It is equipped with all amenities, parking and restaurants.

    The beach is 700 meters long and covered with black sand. A beautiful embankment is equipped along it, along which tourists walk in the rays of the setting sun. By the way, guests from all over the island come here to admire the beauty of the landscape at dawn.

    Beach among the volcanoes

    According to tourists, on La Palma (Canary Islands) it is worth visiting “Ecentive”. The beach is located in the south of the island. It can be safely called the youngest, since it appeared only in 1971. The reason for its formation was the eruption of the volcano Tenegiya. The length of the beach reaches 275 meters. It can be reached by car or on foot. The advantage of this part of the coast is that there are beautiful natural reservoirs where you can safely swim even during strong waves. Very close is the healing spring “Fuente Santa”, which also appeared after the eruption. Tourists note that it is interesting not only to relax on the beach, but also to stroll through the picturesque surroundings. To admire the picturesque corner of the island.

    “Puerto de Tazacorte”

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    No less attractive is the beach “Puerto de Tazacorte”, located on the western coast of the island. It will appeal to those people who like to relax surrounded by natural beauties, but at the same time have access to all the benefits of civilization. The beach is located away from the city, but it is equipped with bars and cafes. It is recommended for families. The coast is protected by a breakwater, so there are no sea currents and waves. The beach is suitable for swimming even the smallest guests.

    Resort hotels

    Guests of the island have no shortage of apartments to choose from. La Palma (Canary Islands) offers tourists a large selection of good hotels. The Parador de la Palma hotel is surrounded by tropical vegetation. A family-run hotel has a number of advantages. It is convenient to get to the beach from here. Guests have the opportunity to walk in the park, which is surrounded by the complex. In addition, the hotel has playgrounds. Adults can relax by the pool and have a good time in the restaurant.

    Near the beach “Cancajos” there is a large complex Las Olas. Its apartments are fully equipped with everything you need, and on the territory there is a sports center, tennis courts, infinity pools, a gym. The hotel park is well maintained and created for a pleasant stay. According to tourists, the complex can be safely called one of the best on the island.

    On the beach “Puerto” there is a beautiful resort complex Sol La Palma. The large-scale hotel is distinguished by its beauty, it is incredibly popular among fans of water sports. There is a good diving center on its territory. Within its walls, you can get lessons from real professionals, as well as order dives in the most beautiful places off the coast of the island. Tourists highly appreciate this hotel. It is also good for those who like to spend time by the pools and spas. Well-groomed territory will allow you to have a great time without leaving the hotel.

    If you want to spend your holidays away from the hustle and bustle, devoting your free time to health care, experienced travelers recommend paying attention to the aparthotel La Hacienda El Rancho. The advantage of the institution is that it has its own wellness center, which employs physiotherapists. The hotel has all the conditions for a wonderful holiday. The apartments are located in a garden with exotic plants. The park has gazebos, recreation areas and barbecue areas. The pools are equipped with furnished terraces.

    The El Galeón Aparthotel is located in the historic district of the island’s capital. The hotel is an incredibly beautiful modern building. The premises of the institution are made in the national style. The advantage of the hotel is that literally outside its gates the life of the city is seething. Therefore, leaving the territory, you immediately find yourself in the center of events. Nightclubs, famous restaurants and other establishments are just a few steps away from the hotel.

    In the historic district of Santa Cruz, another wonderful complex can be recommended. La Fuente is the best place for those who love interesting excursions. The hotel apartments are well equipped and suitable for long stays. Beautiful rooms are not the only advantage of the institution. Hotel guests have the opportunity to use the panoramic terraces located on the roof of the building. A feature of the hotel is natural furniture made of good wood. The hotel has a convenient location. It is located in the very center of the city. In addition, from it you can quickly get to the main attractions of the island.

    Reviews of tourists

    Rave reviews of tourists allow us to recommend the island of La Palma for a beach holiday. The local coast will appeal to those who do not like high temperatures. There is no debilitating heat here, as in Turkey or Egypt. The local climate is very mild. Sometimes the sky is cloudy, but it rarely rains. The water off the coast is warm at any time of the year. Whenever you come, you will definitely swim. It is very pleasant that there are many beaches on the island where there are no waves. Therefore, water procedures do not depend on the whims of nature and wind. A feature of the local coast is black sand. There are not many beaches in the world that have a black coating. Therefore, there are plenty of exotics on the island.

    La Palma is the ideal place for tourists who love nature. There are many attractions and beautiful places on the island. If you want to see more, it is worth renting a car, as taxis are quite expensive. With a car at hand, you will be able to see the most beautiful corners of La Palma. Have a nice holiday!

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    The main attractions of the island of La Palma. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT La Palma La Palma Canary

    As mentioned above, tourism does not dominate the island, and this can only be rejoiced at. Although the beaches of La Palma are good, they are few due to the peculiarities of the coast, which is an almost continuous line of rocks. In addition to the “classic” ones, offering an ordinary beach holiday, there are specialized ones: Playa Nueva suitable for surfing and nudist Las Monjas.

    Popular resorts of La Palma: quiet Los Cancajos on the east coast and cheerful Puerto Naos on the west. Of course, there are well-equipped beaches in the capital: one of them stretches all the way to the port.

    1. Santa Cruz de la Palma. The main man-made attraction of the island is its capital. Here, the ancient coastal streets, built up with magnificent buildings, mainly in the Renaissance style, are perfectly preserved.
    1. Caldera de Taburiente National Park. Natural attraction No. 1, which is a giant basin (caldera) on the site of a once-existing volcano. Now it is a flourishing fertile valley. For connoisseurs of comfort, special areas for rest and snacks are organized, even with barbecue facilities.
    1. Barranco de las Angustias. The most picturesque gorge, overgrown with lush vegetation.
    2. Caves formed during volcanic activity.
    3. Tenegua and San Antonio volcanoes.

    Number of inhabitants of La Palma

    The population of the island is approximately 87,000 people.

    Climate, nature and ecology of La Palma

    The landscape of the south of the island is decorated with a mountain range, more precisely, a ridge of volcanic cones, ending in the south with the dormant volcano Tenegua. In the north is the highest mountain of La Palma – Roque de Los Muchachos (2426 m), as well as the world’s largest caldera Taburiente with a diameter of more than 10 km (a vast basin formed after an eruption at the site of the crater). At the top of the mountain there is an observatory with the largest telescope in the Northern Hemisphere. True, it is closed to the public.

    More than a third of the island is occupied by pine forests and laurel groves. La Palma is the only island in the archipelago where there are, albeit small, rivers. The soils of the island are fertile, so agriculture is developed here.

    La Palma is located in a subtropical arid climate zone, with no significant changes in weather conditions throughout the year. Daytime temperatures in winter are +18⁰ … +21⁰, in summer: +25⁰ … +28⁰. The sea warms up to a comfortable +22⁰ in early June and begins to cool down only in early November. The water temperature never drops below +18⁰, but not everyone likes a refreshing swim. The amount of precipitation is low and is about 300 mm per year. Rains are more common in late autumn and early spring.

    The easiest way to get to the Beautiful Green Island is by plane: not far from the capital there is an airport that even accepts international flights. There is also a ferry service to neighboring islands.

    The beaches of La Palma

    Puerto Naos is a nice little resort with 330 hours of sunshine a year. Here is the longest black sand beach on the island, many cafes, restaurants and shops.

    2 km to the south is Charco Verde – a picturesque sandy beach, ideal for families.

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    Things to do and attractions in La Palma

    The capital city of Santa Cruz is a small town whose main attractions are located within a few blocks of the Avenida Maritima promenade. It is worth seeing here: Plaza de España, Dali Street with the Salazar Palace of the 17th century, Constitution Square, the Church of the Holy Light of the 16th century, Ayantamiento (town hall) of the 16th century. It is also worth visiting the Tobacco House, where interesting tours are held and you can buy very high-quality cigars.

    Maps of La Palma

    La Caldera de Taburiente National Park

    La Caldera de Taburiente – a giant crater with a diameter of 8 km and a depth of up to 2 km, formed by powerful volcanic eruptions. This fourth national park in Spain was opened in 1954. There are many hiking trails in the park (some require good health when climbing). There is a volcanic rock (10 km in diameter) and the “Gorge of Fear” (the height of the walls reaches 2000 m). The park can be reached by car or bus from Santa Cruz (8 km).

    Pico de la Cruz is one of the highest peaks in the park. You can climb here in 4-5 hours. Roque de los Muchachos is a path that runs along the highest peaks, which offers stunning views of the crater walls. At the very top of Mount Muchasos, at an altitude of 2400 m, an observation deck has recently opened – the highest on the island. The new observation deck is part of the Espigon del Roque de los Muchachos sightseeing route and is expected to soon become the most visited on the island. Lomo de las Chosas, on the other hand, is a short and easy trail.

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    things to do in La Palma

    1. Find out more about benajoares at the Museum of La Sarza.
    2. Buy quality cigars in the Tobacco House – if not for yourself, then as a gift.
    3. Feel like you’re on top of the world at the observation deck at the top of Mount Muchasos.
    4. Overcome yourself on a difficult walking route through the La Caldera de Taburiente park.

    Los Tilos

    The rocky walls of the Barranco del Agua gorge are the largest habitat on the island of the ancient laurel forest – laurisilva. At 19In 83, Los Tilos was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.

    In a 5 sq. km there are several hiking trails. One of them leads to the observation deck of Mirador Las Barrandas. A longer (6 km) and difficult trail with steep climbs goes northwest to Caldera de Marcos y Cordero, where you can admire the picturesque waterfalls.

    Have you already felt the power of attraction? Then welcome to the island of Palma! It occupies only 708 square kilometers, so we have no doubt that you will want to explore it all. And we anticipate the first question upon arrival.

    Where can I rent a car?

    It can be rented directly at the airport, so don’t rush to leave it. To do this, you need to have a driver’s (international) license, a voucher and a credit card. The list of required documents does not end there, so we advise you to take care of the full package of documents in advance and book a car in advance. By the way, if you are under 21, the company may not give the car back. In some regions, the critical age reaches 23 years.

    Rent a car to get more out of Palma!

    And finally, a couple of reminders about the rules of the road, which are highly recommended on the island of Palma:

    • at a pedestrian crossing everyone must be allowed to pass. In this place, it is not customary for pedestrians to fear for the carelessness of the driver. In addition to people, goats, cats, dogs and rabbits can jump out onto the road. Be careful, especially at night!
    • overtaking cars on the right is not accepted;
    • Want to overtake a car while in the leftmost lane? Turn on the left turn signal – they will understand you and give in;
      If you want to slow down, first put your hand to the left or turn on the left turn signal. So you warn about the stop following you. On a mountain road with poor visibility before turning – horn;
    • yellow marking prohibits parking a car;
    • fine for exceeding the speed limit by 20 km/h will be €100;
    • for driving under the influence of alcohol can face jail time;
    • and lastly, representatives of the traffic police do not take bribes

    Accommodation on the island Palma

    Now let’s talk about housing. What do you want: villa, hacienda, cottage or apartment?

    Fazenda keeps a long history within its walls. Sometimes she is two hundred years old. A cozy rural house with gardens, a swimming pool and everything you need will plunge you into complete peace and give you an unforgettable experience. Weekly rent will cost at least €300-400. The price may include cleaning, transfer to the airport, yacht rental and much more.

    Apartments on the island Palma is promised a no less comfortable stay, but directly in the resort town, where, in addition to the pool and terrace, you can see the beach and bars-restaurants not far away. The cost is from €300.

    Spacious villas will cost you €1000 per week. And for lovers of relaxation with an agricultural “tinge”, cottages are suitable: cozy small houses with a plot of land, a garden or a kitchen garden. You will have to pay €350 or more for them.

    Separately, I would like to tell you about one unique hotel for adults. Have you ever wanted to spend a couple of unforgettable days in the museum? The Hacienda de Abajo hotel offers to walk past the relics and feel like an exhibit in some sense. The history of the estate begins in the 16th century, but it was opened only in 2012 after a thorough restoration. This is probably why the price tag is quite acceptable: from €92 per night. The hotel is located in the quiet historical center of the resort town of Tazacorte, surrounded by banana plantations and with magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean.

    Beaches

    In the same place, in Tazacorte, there is an eternally sunny beach, on which gloomy clouds do not cast shadows even in winter. And at night along the coast, dozens of fishermen in boats wait for their catch. The light of the lamps, reflected in the dark water, and the male singing are mesmerizing! The table below shows a few more notable beaches.

    Puerto Naos Beach on Palma Island

    Be sure to take a dip in the natural pools of Charco azul in San Andres on Palma Island (Spain)

    A couple of facts that were not included in the article:

    • Tenerife is so far the only island in the Canary Islands with which there is an international air connection. Therefore, you will have to get to Palma “the old fashioned way”, with transfers.
    • There is practically no crime in this place, life is measured and calm.
    • In addition to the forests on the Palm, you can admire the extensive heather fields.
    • Since scientists are monitoring our Universe around the clock, special lighting has been installed on the roads, which does not interfere with astrophysicists’ work.
    • There are several place names that include the word “Palm”. Do not confuse them, so as not to be instead of the Canary Island of Palma, for example, Palma de Mallorca, which is on about. Majorca.
    • The average air temperature during the year is approximately 22-24 °C.
    • The palm tree is able to provide itself with vegetables and fruits. And the potato crop is harvested here four times a year.
    • There are not many places for tourists on the island – not enough: only seven thousand. So, hurry up!;)
    • The palm tree is known for producing delicious honey.

    Active recreation

    In this regard, the island has no less opportunities than the number of attractions. Surprised? It seems, what else can you do in a place surrounded by azure warm water, under the gentle sun? Here’s what:

    • diving or spearfishing. If you have already mastered scuba diving, it’s time to get down to business smarter. True, there are many conditions for spearfishing to take place. First, not every fish can be caught. Secondly, not on every day and, thirdly, not in any place you like. In addition, prey cannot be sold, and there must be a license to fish. If these restrictions have discouraged you from hunting underwater, well, you can just go fishing. Catching a rich catch – no matter where you are: in a boat or under water – is always a pleasure. Or even easier: just go on a boat trip. It’s not bad too;
    • climbing or paragliding. And for this, and for another type of entertainment, there is everything you need here. By the way, Palm Island is considered one of the most ideal places for free flights;
    • arrange a real marathon or explore the route on foot, visiting the ancient caves. You can use the mountain bike

    Pay attention to the possibility of a tour of the acropark, which is very close to the Refugio del Pilar. Hanging bridges, cables and nets will dilute a relaxing holiday with vivid impressions.

    Gastronomy

    Delicious everywhere. A little unusual – the influence of many national cultures affects: Spanish, European, Latin American, African and not only.

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    Capital cities

    Holidays in the north of the island provide an authentic cultural experience of Tenerife. Enjoy shopping around the island’s main cities of Puerto De La Cruz and the capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife, both of which are vibrant places to spend your days and nights. With these and many more resorts in between, there’s somewhere for couples, families and groups alike to enjoy the phenomenal Tenerife weather and scenery before retiring to some truly first-class Tenerife All Inclusive hotels.

    ‘The island of eternal spring’

    Tenerife sits in the Atlantic Ocean, just off the coast of northern Africa and shares the continent’s scorching sun and consistently warm climate, even during the nights, hence why it’s been given the nickname ‘the island of eternal spring’.

    Where else in the world can you bask under the sun whilst admiring the snow-capped summit of a mountain? Tenerife holidays invite you to enjoy dry weather and temperatures of 24°C to 28°C during the summer and even in winter it stays between 22°C to 25°C – warm enough for sunbathing at Christmas!

    Black and gold sands

    The island’s native volcanic sands are a striking black colour, however over the years sand has been lovingly imported from the Sahara to create several golden stretches of sunbathing space in Tenerife. Black or gold, most of the beaches in Tenerife boast Blue Flag status for cleanliness and quality of sand.

    Natural beauty

    If holidays bring out your adventurous side, you can hike through the lush forest of Teide National Park and up to the peak of Mount Teide – Spain’s highest mountain and the third largest volcano in the world! For a more leisurely trip we recommend taking the cable car high above the clouds to near the 3,718-metre summit where you can gaze across the turquoise sea and take some top-notch holiday snaps of Tenerife.

    You can take one of the daily buses from either Costa Adeje or Playa de las Americas to the base of the mountain. For more natural beauty on your Tenerife holidays, take a trip to Garachico in the north where the kids will love exploring the volcanic rock pools – you might even spot some of the underwater wildlife native to Tenerife.

    Attractions aplenty

    A cheap holiday to Tenerife means you can explore the country – you’ll never be short of something to see, do or experience on Tenerife holidays. For a truly amazing day trip you can go on a whale watching boat ride, take the Submarine Safari or visit a banana plantation. Access to Los Realejos plantation, near Puerto de la Cruz, is free or you can drive through the middle of it to experience the lush landscape and stunning ocean views.

    The island is also crammed with mainstay tourist attractions including animal parks and waterparks in the south and the popular Loro Parque in the north with top animal shows and interactions. The waterparks in Tenerife are the envy of the Canary Islands – Siam Park provides thrills for adrenaline junkies whilst Aqualand is the choice for families and has a kidzworld, dolphinarium and chilled out rides as well as some more adventurous flumes if the adults can sneak off for a go. Buses to the park run daily from Costa Adeje and Playa de las Americas.

    Shoppers’ paradise

    Many resorts in Tenerife have commercial centres which offer everything from designer brands to unique souvenirs. For the best shopping experience on the island, browse the designer retailers of Playa de las Americas and Costa Adeje or take a trip to the capital city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which rewards visitors with an expansive shopping experience ranging from traditional island products to well-known brands.

    Quiet drinks to clubbing all night

    Tenerife holidays are perhaps best-known for great nights out, and the infamous Playa de las Americas doesn’t disappoint – with dozens of different bars and clubs it has something for all tastes and is popular with young and old visitors.

    This premier party destination regularly hosts nights with world class DJs, such as Judge Jules and DJ EZ as well as being the venue for the Arona Festival which brings top dance DJs to the island every August for a 12-hour party in the Domíngez Alfonso Olympic Stadium.

    Elsewhere on the island there are plenty of resorts where you can spend your evenings relaxing with a drink in intimate settings without the party vibe. With a fantastic eating-out culture and lots of local wine to try, you can have laid-back nights in one of the great bars, restaurants and hotels during your holidays.

    Culinary delights

    Tenerife holidays offer the culinary delights of Canarian Cuisine. And take it from us, the ideal way to spend your nights is sampling the mouthwatering local food. Home grown meals can be found in a number of restaurants and tapas bars with many ocean-facing eateries offering freshly caught seafood – the parrot fish, vieja, is particularly good.

    Also well worth a try is the Canary Island’s signature dish of Pappas Arragudas – unskinned potatoes boiled in sea water, drizzled in a garlicy mojo sauce. Due to the rich volcanic soils and mild climate, Tenerife produces many distinctive and attractive wines and has five wine producing regions so there is a local wine to go with every dish.

    Tenerife is big on food – and not just their own – you can get almost any type of cuisine on the island, from Indian to Italian. Or for those with homesick taste buds, the majority of resorts have plenty of British pubs serving familiar dishes, drinks and even Sunday dinners.

    Carnival time

    Spend your holidays partying in the street. With a carnival that is second only to Rio’s, Tenerife sure knows how to fiesta. The week long Carnival of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which takes place during the week of Ash Wednesday in February, attracts visitors from all over the world who come to see the elaborate floats and costumes and delicious tortillas.

    Smaller scale celebrations also take place this week in resorts around the island. Tenerife gets in the party mood for many other occasions across the year, with tourists always invited to join in the fun and celebrate well into the night.

    Gorgeous golf greens

    There are a number of superb golf courses all around Tenerife including a special collection of quality courses in the south west region around Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos where the well-kept greens contrast with the blue oceans surrounding the area.

    The fantastic resort of Golf Del Sur is a 27-hole, championship quality course where the signature black volcanic sands of Tenerife make up the course’s bunkers while small ravines create the water hazards. With great restaurants and a nightclub on site and the Playa de las Americas nightlife a short drive away, this resort makes for perfect golfing holidays.

    Frequently asked questions about holidays to Tenerife

    Question: What is the best month to go to Tenerife?
    Answer: Book your holiday to Tenerife between March and October for the hottest weather, offering you the chance to fully enjoy the beach, waters and the surrounding areas. The winter months are slightly cooler and possibly cheaper too, but there is more chance of a windy, cloudy day. Head to Tenerife during spring and fall for consistently warm temperatures and sunny skies. Your Tenerife holiday is sure to be an experience you’ll never forget, no matter when you go.

    Question: What is the cheapest month to go to Tenerife?
    Answer: You’ll find the temperature rarely ever drops below 18 degrees celsius, meaning you can still enjoy hot days at a discounted price, no matter whether you go during the busier months or the quieter times of the year. Be flexible with your dates, duration and airports to find yourself the best deal possible.

    Question: What are the best beaches in Tenerife?
    Answer: Enjoy the black sand of Playa de la Arena or travel to the watersports heaven that is El Medano beach. Whatever you’re looking for in a beach, you’re guaranteed to find the most suitable one in Tenerife. Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos boast the most popular beaches with beautiful bays and shimmering sea water.

    Question: When are the hottest months in Tenerife?
    Answer: August is the hottest month of the year in Tenerife with average highs of around 29 degrees celsius and up to ten hours of consistent sunshine all day. You’ll find that in the south it can be generally warmer than this too with temperatures breaking through into the 30s.

    Question: What is the best area to stay in Tenerife?
    Answer: Puerto de la Cruz is an amazing place to stay in if you’re looking at Tenerife north, this gives you the opportunity to enjoy cooler temperatures than the south of the island. Wherever you choose to stay on your holiday to Tenerife, be it Playa De Las Americas or Los Cristianos, you’re sure to have the best time possible. With so many activities to enjoy and fun for the family, friends and couples you are never short of things to do, no matter where you stay.

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    Holidays to Tenerife are famous for offering sun worshippers the chance to kick back and relax with a book or a cocktail in one of the most stunning and accessible holiday spots around. Brimming with belting beaches and homely restaurants, Tenerife holidays are popular for good reason. There’s a guarantee of glorious summer sunshine, gleaming blue seas, and loads of fun activities for families and adventurers that will fill the days with beaming smiles and plenty of laughter.

    Slip and slide your way across the island’s world-famous waterparks on some outrageously fun free-fallers and tranquil lazy rivers. Heading out to sea, serious explorers can take a plunge beneath the waves and scuba-dive among the kaleidoscope of sea life, meeting rainbows of fish and other fascinating creatures. Thrill-seekers can also take to the open waters, zooming around the glorious, postcard-worthy coast on a jet-ski before heading back to the mainland for a well-earned, hearty feast.

    Golfers can tee off on some of the glorious greens dotted across the island, while partygoers young and old can hit the strips of Playa de Las Americas and dance until the early hours with friendly locals and other holidaymakers out for a big sesh.

    And if sitting around eating and drinking the days away beneath the beaming sunshine is your ideal trip, then a holiday to Tenerife could well be the perfect destination for you.

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    Languages

    The most commonly spoken language is Spanish.

    Currency & Cost

    The currency used in Tenerife is the euro.

    £10 = 2 plates of tapas and a glass of house wine.

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    Whether you’re looking for a beach getaway or city break, Tenerife has something to offer every discerning traveller

    Playa del Duque

    The gloriously soft sand and gently rolling waves are a real taste of paradise on Playa del Duque. Live the high life beneath the bamboo parasols, then saunter up to one of the nearby cafes for refreshments.

    Playa de la Tejita

    With all the exciting hustle and bustle of the island, sometimes it’s great to get away from it all and clear the head with a serene stroll along a quiet beach. If that sounds a bit like you, the long strip of Playa de la Tejita is a top spot.

    Playa Jardin

    An alternative to the snow-white sands that Tenerife is known for, Playa Jardin’s combo of black sand and tropical plant life provides a banging photo opp, and makes for a lovely place to spend the day basking in sunshine.

    Playa de las Terisitas

    Lined with palm trees along the eye-poppingly turquoise sea, this is a spot you’ll often see on Tenerife postcards. Get your Instagram game firmly on – there’s no better beach to snap and send home pics for maximum jealousy.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    The main language spoken by locals here is Spanish. However, you’ll never be far from someone who speaks English – particularly in the more touristy areas.

    You can easily visit Tenerife on a fairly tight budget, as the Canary Islands are generally very reasonably priced. Compared to other Spanish destinations like Ibiza or Mallorca, Tenerife is not considered expensive.

    Much of the tourist activity (and the picturesque beaches) in Tenerife are towards the south, so this is where holidaymakers will stay.

    The Tenerife sea is so nice that Ed Sheeran literally wrote a song about it. It’s a nice temperature for swimming all year round, rarely dropping below 19 degrees and warming up in summer.

    The weather is best between June and September in Tenerife, so this summer period is the best time to head there. However, jetting off on either side of the UK summer holidays will mean fewer crowds on the beaches and lower prices for accommodation and flights.

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    Holidays on Tenerife ➜ advices ✔ an island in the middle of the Atlantic

     Some people ask themselves: Why should I spend my holidays on Tenerife, an Island in the middle of the Atlantic? Read more and find out about the reasons you should spend your holidays on this fantastic Canary Island.

    On Tenerife you have pleasant temperatures all year long

    Tenerife is the so called Island of the eternal spring. No matter if you spend your holidays in summer or winter on this island: here you will spend nice days under palms, with sun and beach temperatures. Due to the northern trade wind and the Canary Current the climate on the island is pleasant warm during the entire year. Usually the water temperature is over 20°C.

    In summer the temperatures in the south are between 20°C – 30°C; perfect for a beach holiday! Even in winter the temperatures on Tenerife usually aren’t under 18°C.
    In the north the temperatures are between 20 – 26°C in the south and around 18°C in winter.

    The history of Tenerife – an interesting story

    Nowadays Tenerife and the other Canary Islands belong to Spain. But Tenerife is hundreds of kilometres away from the Spanish mainland, so it has its own history and past:

    • Tenerife got discovered for the first time approximately in 1100 to 800 B. C.
    • In the 13th century the big countries tried to discover more unknown places by ships. So the sailors also found Tenerife and its natives who lived in a Stone Age culture at this time. Until today, no one knows for sure where the natives came from but there are many theories. The natives are called Guanchen and lived in tribes. The leader (king/chief) got called Mencey. They lived in a community of shepherds and farmers and also caught fish. On the church square of Candelaria in the south-east of Tenerife you can visit the statues of the Mencey’s.
    • Today Tenerife is a popular holiday destination during the entire year.

    What belongs to a succeeded & cheap holiday on Tenerife?

    First of all you need a good planning to feel comfortable in your holidays.

    The right accommodation

    • Where do you want to spend your vacation? In the north (the green part of the island) or in the south (the warmer part of the island)?
    • You should also think about the exactly location of your holiday accommodation:

       ➜ In a calm and quiet area in the mountains
       ➜ Central and close to the sea
       ➜ In a touristic area with night clubs

    Which of your wishes should your accommodation fulfil?

       ➜ Sea view
       ➜ Distance to the next beach
       ➜ WiFi
       ➜ Grocery shopping stores in walking distance
       ➜ Distance to the next restaurant
       ➜ And so on. ..

    On our website you can find:

    ✔ Modern economic houses
    ✔ Fincas for couples, families or groups
    ✔ Holiday houses with a private pool
    ✔ Holiday flats with sea view
    ✔ Villas right next to a golf course
    ✔ Holiday accommodations close to the beach
    ✔ Villas with Jacuzzi
    ✔ Villas with heated (private) pool0
    ✔ Apartments/flats with a community pool in a calm area
    ✔ Apartments/flats in Costa Adeje and in Las Americas
    ✔ Accommodations for long-time holidays on Tenerife

    We the Team of Ferienhaus-Canarias are looking forward to assist you with your holiday planning’s and the booking of your accommodation. Please don’t hesitate to contact us via E-Mail or phone.

    How do you get to Tenerife? – with the airplane

    We recommend our customers to book the holiday house or holiday apartment first and to book the flights after receiving the confirmation.
    It’s sad when you are set to your flight dates but your dream accommodation is already occupied on these days.
    It is easier to find a flight than an accommodation which is definitely free.
    On our side we provide a “flight-finder”. Just take a look under the button “service”.

    Why you should take a rental car?

    Tenerife has a size of around 2.050m² and is the biggest of the seven Canary Islands.
    It is difficult to learn about all features of the island during short holidays. Tenerife offers several beautiful beaches, hiking trails, amusement parks and much more…
    By getting a rental car you are more flexible and can explore Tenerife all by your own and however you want.

    • Explore Tenerife with the rental car

    E.g. you could drive on the old coast road and explore the east of Tenerife. This tour takes around 5 hours.

       ➜ You start in the south and take the Autopista del Sur. Take the exit Barranco Hondo behind Candelaria.
       ➜ You drive back to the south on the C-822 which is next to the motorway.
       ➜ When passing Güimar you could take a stop and visit the Pyramides or have lunch in a fish restaurant.
       ➜ You keep driving through Fasnia direction to Chimiche, driving further to Valle de San Lorenzo.
       ➜ Your trip ends in Los Cristianos. Here you can walk along the boardwalk and relax at the beach.

    Of course there are busses that drive from the south to the north and back but having a rental car is much easier and more comfortable. The motorway leads you almost completely around the island. It starts in Adeje, changes near Santa Cruz and goes until Puerto de la Cruz and even a bit further.
    On our website you can search for rental cars (category service).

    Advantage of a rental car

    • You don’t have to follow the bus line time schedule -> and you don’t have to stop several times
    • The gas is quite cheap on Tenerife
    • You can stop „wherever“ you want and enjoy the landscape
    • If you go (grocery) shopping it is easier to transport the goods with a car. Especially when you travel in a group
    • You can plan your activities however you want and you are flexible

    Accommodation and flights are booked. What now?

    When you already have your accommodation, flights and maybe your rental car, you are ready for the planning of the activities.

    • To which beaches do you want to go?
    • Which places do you want to see? Which sights don’t you want to miss?
    • Which kinds of sports would you like to do?

    Tenerife’s beaches and swimming possibilities

    Tenerife has more than 40 beautiful beaches on the entire island. There are all different kind of beaches: smooth sand beaches with white or black sand, some with little rocks or bays. Beaches with many locals and tourists or segregated nudist beaches.

    Here is a list of almost all beaches on Tenerife with a short explanation.

    • Playa las Vistas in Los Cristianos. This beach is very popular by locals and tourists. It is around 850 metre long, has wave-breakers and is good for families with children. At the beach you can rent sun loungers or sun umbrellas.
    • Playa las Teresitas in the north is around 1,5 kilometre long and made artificial with sand from the Sahara. Here are also wave breakers to stop the big and strong waves. The beach is sloping smoothly into the water. The palms around the beach create the perfect beach feeling.
    • Going to a public pool during your vacation on Tenerife? Yes, the seawater swimming pool in Lago Martianez: In this „swimming pool“ are different beautiful pools. In the middle of the biggest pool is an island where you can lie on. If you swim one time around the entire pool, it will take you around 10 min. A cushion for a sun lounger and a sun umbrella are included in the entrance fee. The swimming pool is located next to the sea and you can hear the waves – this is a special feeling. You can’t compare this pool with a public swimming pool in Great Britain!

    Unique on Tenerife!

    National park Teide

    The National park Teide is one of the most famous highlights on Tenerife – a wonderful landscape consisting of a crater and dry lava rivers. This landscape is surrounding the Teide and you can discover it by car.
    There are many viewpoints where you can stop and enjoy the nature.
    The volcano Teide has a size of appr. 3700 metre. You are allowed to drive up to appr. 2350 metres. Here is a little station where you can also park your car.
    The view from here is already amazing. From here the ropeway gets you up to 3555 metre in around 8 minutes.
    There is just a small hall before you walk outside. Please be aware of the colder temperatures.
    If you want to go up to crater of the Teide, you have to walk but first you need a permit. When the weather is good, you have an amazing view of Tenerife and the neighbour islands.

    Some towns you should visit during your holidays on Tenerife:

    • La Laguna is at the foot of the Anaga-mountains. La Laguna is the former capital city of Tenerife. The centre of La Laguna is around 550 metres above sea level. Due to the location, it can be a bit colder compared to Santa Cruz (around 4°C).
      This place has an amazing architecture and beautiful houses, as well as a historical plaza with marble wells and old houses. Some of them got planned in the 15th century. La Laguna got built in the colonial style. So if you walk through the alleyway it feels like you are in the past.
      La Laguna belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage Site and is definitely worth a visit!
    • Garachico is located on the headland in the North of Tenerife, at the foot of the Teide-mountain. In the 17th century, Garachico got destroyed by the volcano but they rebuilt the town on the dried lava. Now here are fancy white houses with red roofs. Due to the lava, there occurred small natural pools where you can refresh. The boardwalk is along the entire town. In the old part of the town you can visit interesting museums and eat in a typical restaurant.
    • Masca is located in the northwest of Tenerife in the Teno-mountains. It is a small mountain village with just a few inhabitants and only one restaurant. In this area they use terrace cultivation and still work in the agriculture. But the young people prefer to live in bigger towns so the agriculture becomes less and less. Masca is still famous for is special food like the Yame-fruit, palm-juice and goat-cheese.
    • Los Gigantes is famous because of the 3 giant cliff coasts „Acantilado de los Gigantes“. The town is located on the south-west coast of Tenerife and the cliff coasts have a size up to 500metre. From the observation desk you have a wonderful view of the Atlantic. Many tours like sailing trips, motorboat trips or whale-watching tours are starting in Los Gigantes.
    • Puerto de la Cruz is a popular town for vacations in the north. Puerto de la Cruz is located in the Orotava-valley and the climate is warm and wet so the plants are growing very well. Even if many tourists visit Puerto de la Cruz it is not a typical touristic city – it kept its charm.  You should take a walk through the town and enjoy the centre of the city, its parks and the great building. There is a reason why parts of Puerto de la Cruz got priced with a cultural meaning.

    Two of the many sight:

    • Astronomical observatory Inzana is located in the national park El Teide, around 2400 metre above sea level on the mountain Inzana. This observatory is an outpost of the observatory on the mainland in Spain. In 1985 the observatory Inzana got opened on this place because of the very clean air and the little bit of dust in the atmosphere. Here the make extraordinary photos of the stars and the sky by night. This place has the perfect requirements for an astronomical observatory.
    • The Dragon-tree in Icod del los Vinos: Drago Milenaro is a canary dragon-tree and belongs to the asparagus family. The blossom is rarely to be seen because the tree is just blooming once every 15 years. Drago Milenaro is estimated to be 1000 years old, so it also gets called a living fossil. There are many legends and stories of this old tree. One legend is that the tree has a colourless heart which gets used as medicine. If the heart gets some air, the colour turns red like blood and is called „dragon-blood“ or „dragon-tear“.

    Leisure activities, things to do on Tenerife:

    • Whale Watching: Whale Watching Tours are starting in Las Galletas, Los Gigantes, Las Americas, Puerto Santiago and Los Cristianos.
      On these tours you are able to watch this impressive water animals in the nature! There are different agencies you can choose from. You can watch the whales through a glass bottom ship or combine the tour with a swimming trip.
    • Helicopter-flight: Tenerife from above. By doing a helicopter-flight you will see the island how you did never before. No matter if you see the south coast, the Teide, the beaches or cliff coasts – a flight like this is an experience you won’t forget so easily.
    • When the Loro Parque got build and opened, it was only a parrot-park. That’s why it has the name „Loro“. Nowadays it is a animal park or a zoo with many different kinds of parrots, turtles, crocodiles, white tigers, sea lions, dolphins, orcas, etc.
      You can watch some shows and learn more about the life of the animals. Some of the entrance fee is for the own foundation: „Loro Parque Fundación“.
      There is a parking spot on the property of the Loro park but also public parking along the street. You can also take the bus or the little train to get to the park. These will stop right in front of the entrance. The train starts in Puerto de la Cruz.

    • Siam Park:

    The Siam Park is located above Playa las Americas. It got build in 2008 in a Thai look and got opened together with a Siamese princess.
    The park has a size of approximately 185.000m² and has some nice highlights. It is a great waterpark with different kind of water slides. There is also an artificial beach with a wave pool – fun for everyone!

    • Climbing park in Esperanza
    • and many other exciting things are possible during your vacation on Tenerife.

    One sport for everyone

    No matter which sport you like, on Tenerife you have good (weather) conditions for almost every sport.

    • If you like Mountain biking you have many trails with different levels of difficulty on Tenerife!

    Easy trails are e.g. the ways around the Montana Negra and in the Esperanza forest. Here you have the possibility to stop when you need a break.

    ➜ Bikers with more experience could do the trails from the Orotava valley to the astronomical observatory or the trails from the volcano which are made out of lava-scree, forest roads and streets.

    ➜ The professionals could do the trails with the most meters in altitude. It leads from Puerto de la Cruz to Corral de Nino.

    • Tenerife is popular for kite surfing and wind surfing.

    El Medano is the hot spot for this water sports. No matter if you are a beginner or advanced – here everyone has fun. In El Medano there is the Windsurf World Cups every year. The best wind surfer from all over the world travel to Tenerife at this time. In El Medano the wind blows most of the time from the sea to the beach from the left side and is very constant. Wind-holes or strong suddenly gusty winds happen not very often.

    • Also golf players have good conditions whenever they stay on Tenerife. Due to the pleasant climate the entire year you can always play golf. A dream location: Golf holidays with sea view.

       ➜ Near Santa Cruz there is the more than 70 years old 18-hole-golf-course
       ➜ Golf Las Américas
       ➜ Centro de Golf los Palos
       ➜ Amarilla Golf
       ➜ Golf de Sur
       ➜ Golf Costa Adeje

    Golf-players who like to stay near the golf course will find the perfect accommodation right here…

    • Also hikers can choose between many hiking trails and have their fun.

    Tenerife offers many nice hiking trails e.g.:

    ➜ From Puerto de la Cruz to the Café Vista Paraíso
    ➜ From Puerto de la Cruz to Mirador de San Pedro
    ➜ Candelaria trail: Aguamansa- Montana de la Crucita
    ➜ Santiago del Teide to Masca
    ➜ Tamino to Los Gigantes
    ➜ Masca Canyon

    You can also do sports like climbing, horseback riding, tennis, diving and more during your holidays!

    In this text you will find only a few examples! More information are to be found here…

    Fiestas on Tenerife

    On Tenerife the people are friendly and like to celebrate. The reason doesn’t matter, as soon as they have a chance they will celebrate a Fiesta. Some examples for a Fiesta on Tenerife:

    • Carnival in February/March
    • Sansofé in El Médano: in August there is a “party” on the plaza every night! Sometimes they show movies on a large screen or there are performances of traditional singers.
    • Fiesta de la Candelaria: always on the 15. August in Alcala. Besides the 06. January the holy feast in honour of the patron saint Virgen de la Candelaria or also Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria. The Virgen de la Candelaria gets taken out of the cathedral in La Candelaria and send with fishing boats to Alcala. Here they do a parade through the village and welcome here with an amazing firework. The Fiesta takes around one week and gets celebrated on the plaza.
    • Fiesta de la La Cruz (the cross): always on the 03. May in Los Realejos. This Fiesta gets celebrated for centuries and starts with the biggest firework on the Canary Islands. It takes around one hour! It is a battle of two firework producers and they want to do the best and most beautiful firework. The result: just amazing. Something about the historical background (based on stories): it gets told that a long time ago Los Realejos was split in a poor and a rich zone were the El Medio and El Sol got together. In honour of the „Dia de la Cruz“ and to reconcile they created this Fiesta. As a sacrifice both firework producers donate their firework without asking for any money. After the firework, the Virgen gets transported together with a big parade to the church Apóstol Santiago.

    Attention, holidays are coming up!

    The holidays are getting closer, just a few more days or weeks until they start. Here you wrote down a checklist for you with things you should think of before you start your holidays.

    No one wants to arrive in the holiday accommodation and realising, that they forgot e.g. the charger for the mobile phone or something like this. With our help you will “save money” and avoid stress.

    Here you will find…the travel checklist!

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    So you will have a relaxing holiday on Tenerife!

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    The best hotels for your holidays in Tenerife – Airports and Hotels

    We are aware of how hard it is to choose a single destination for your vacation in the Canary Islands (Spain), yet looking at the diverse attractions of Tenerife, it might be the perfect choice for your next holidays if you love exotic views, volcanic landscapes, hiking tours, fine gastronomy, heavenly beaches and all-inclusive resorts. What is more, the main advantage of a trip to Tenerife is that locals and visitors alike enjoy its nice weather all year round, along with the fact that one can alternate long days sunbathing by the hotel pool with, for instance, excursions to the highest Spanish peak: Mount Teide.

    Elegance Miramar Hotel in Puerto de la Cruz, Canary Islands

    This 3-star hotel in Tenerife offers sensational views to ocean as well as to the Orotova Valley. Staying in this specific place makes it easier for travellers to disconnect, since we are talking about a quiet area surrounded by whimsical tropical gardens. The perks of being a guest here also include sleeping within walking distance to Puerto de la Cruz downtown and its bus station, town hall, casino, restaurants, shops and supermarkets. The popular “Loro Park” is just 1,8 kilometres away and Tenerife-North airport is barely 21 km away.

    Likewise, travellers may walk to the beach or the nearby Lago Martiánez after indulging in the delicious buffet breakfast or the international and local dishes of the onsite restaurant. The Elegance Miramar Hotel in Tenerife offers all-inclusive rates or breakfast-included rates for their single, twin, double, triple and family rooms. Access to the pool and the library is free all throughout the year, and other extra features like daily cleaning service and luggage storage are offered at no cost as well.

    5-star hotel in Tenerife: the Mediterranean Palace in Playa de Las Americas

    Arguably one of the best hotels in the Canary Islands, this luxury establishment is part of a larger resort, known as the Mare Nostrum, which is located in Las Americas beach in Tenerife. Guests particularly like their organised activities, the poolside bar, the convenient location and the healthy and varied food selection. To top it all off, the hotel has a fitness centre, a Spa, sports courts and a large open-air swimming pool with sunbeds.

    When booking a room at the Mediterranean Palace in Tenerife, you will be able to choose among units that can accommodate couples or families and feature sea, pool or mountain views. All rooms have a balcony, air-conditioning and TV with satellite channels. Aquatic parks like Siam Park and Aqualand can be reached after a short drive from the establishment, and Tenerife South airport is only 15 kilometres away. The staff will gladly assist you by providing information on how to get around.

    Luxury stay in Tenerife, Spain: The Ritz-Carlton Abama

    Also rated 5 stars, this luxury hotel in Tenerife is found in the municipality of Guía de Isora, and a short stroll separates it from the coast. Its privileged location offers guests the possibility to admire the beauty of the Atlantic Ocean and La Gomera island in the distance. Its luxury premises encompass ten restaurants, seven swimming pools, a wellness centre, tennis courts, a golf course and a private beach, which is connected to the hotel by a funicular railway.

    This is a place for those who seek exclusivity and premium customer service, and want to spend their holidays in an upscale villa, a deluxe room or suite with marble bathrooms and breathtaking views. Every detail is taken care of so that you can enjoy a perfect morning breakfast in bed and sleep in an extra large, super-comfortable bed. Have you made up your mind? Check rates and availability for your stay at the Ritz-Carlton Abama Tenerife.

    Are you a business class flyer? Have you signed up for a  Priority Pass membership? If so, you can spend the waiting time before boarding your flight back home at the Nivaria airport lounge in Tenerife North aiport.

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    Luxury Tenerife Holidays 2022 / 2023

    The Island of Eternal Spring

    From tranquillity to stunning scenery, Tenerife is the most popular of the Spanish Canary Islands, and for good reason. If you imagine pristine golden beaches, throw in quaint Spanish villages, incredible wildlife, exciting adventure parks and memorable nightlife, then you’re already halfway to an unforgettable holiday.

    Tenerife is the largest and best-known of Spain’s Canary Islands. Famous for its idyllic golden coastlines and year round summer climate, it is the ultimate destination for sun-seeking holidaymakers. However there is more to this postcard-perfect island than sun, sea and sand. Tenerife boasts breathtaking natural wonders, dramatic landscapes, picturesque villages, diverse wildlife, thrilling adventure parks and lively night spots which all combine to make a truly unforgettable experience. 

    Luxury Holidays to Tenerife

    With a wide selection of high-end hotels and resorts scattered around its idyllic coastlines, Tenerife is the place to be for a luxury escape. We at Kenwood Travel specialise in tailor-made luxury holidays and have hand-picked for you some of the very best Tenerife accommodations.

    5 Great Reasons to Visit Tenerife

    • Spectacular Scenery – Tenerife is home to a grand Alpine-like volcano which plunges 12,200 ft into the cerulean skyline and offers otherworldly views from above the clouds.
    • Sealife – With an astounding selection of sealife including dolphins, stingrays, seals, and barracudas among other beautiful Atlantic fish, Tenerife offers unparalleled diving opportunities.
    • Beaches – Tenerife boasts countless stunning beaches ranging from fine golden to striking black sands formed by the volcanic basalt rocks.
    • Attraction Parks – Rivalling Florida, Tenerife offers a thrilling waterpark and two grand zoos one of which features a seaworld.
    • Nightlife – There is plenty of moonlight action at Tenerife’s lively bars, clubs and live music venues.

    Things to do whilst on holiday in Tenerife

    Ride a cable car up Mount Teide – Spain’s highest peak and the third tallest volcanic structure in the world. From here you will be spellbound by majestic panoramas of the island as well as views of Gran Canaria, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro in the distance. Teide National Park also boasts fantastic hiking trails.

    Embark on an ocean adventure in a submarine safari; with just a small number of commercial submarines available across the globe this is certainly a unique experience. Alternatively, stay above water and sail out on a catamaran for whale and dolphin watching expeditions.

    Tenerife offers endless possibilities for adventure. The Siam Waterpark provides terror-inducing slides, child-friendly water rides, and a man-made white sand beach, catering to all visitors. Loro Parque is a Grand Zoo with a sealife section hosting incredible ocean creatures such as orcas, penguins and sharks. Las Aguilas Jungle Park offers fun jungle obstacle courses and is famous for its free flying birds of prey. It features lions, tigers, monkeys and leopards among other exotic wildlife. Plus, performers put on death defying spectacles in which they somersault from an 82ft plank into a small pool.

    Finally, Tenerife’s flamboyantly colourful carnival is unmissable and second only to that of Rio.

    Weather in Tenerife

    Described as the ‘Island of Eternal Spring’ Tenerife enjoys plenty of sunshine and little rainfall all year round. With highs of 25ºC in the summer and lows of 17ºC in the winter you’ll have plenty of tanning opportunities whatever time of year you go.

    Facts about Tenerife

    • Area – 785 square miles
    • Population – 908,555 
    • Currency – Euro
    • Time Zone – UTC+1

    Tenerife holidays 2022 / 2023

    Kenwood Travel have been experts in affordable luxury holidays since 1977. Our dedicated travel specialists will handle every detail of your holiday for you from the get go, so all you have to do is sit back and relax. However, since Tenerife is a popular destination beat the rush and be sure to book early so that we can bag you the best possible price on your preferred dates.

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    Table of contents

    • Santa Cruz de Tenerife resort and Teresitas beach
    • Resort El Socorro
    • Resort El Medano
    • Resort Las Galletas
    • Los Gigantes Beach
    • Abama Beach
    • Resort Los Cristianos
    • Resort Las Americas
    • Resort Costa Adeje
    • Puerto de la Cruz Resort

    Tenerife is one of the most popular resorts in Spain. This island beckons beaches with volcanic black sand , Cozy cities with comfortable and at the same time inexpensive hotels , multi -kilometer embankments , hundred coffee cafes and restaurants of Mediterranean cuisine and high level of service . If you want to relax in style on a colorful island and at the same time not overpay, you won’t find a better option than Tenerife.

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Teresitas Beach

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    Tenerife”, you will immediately be offered dozens of photos of a beach with yellow sand and pretty umbrellas. You might think that all the beaches of Tenerife look like this, but this is far from the case. Most of the beaches on the island are made up of black volcanic sand, but there are a few exceptions and the most popular of them is called Teresitas Beach and is located 9 km from the capital of Tenerife, the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. At the same time, Teresitas is considered a city beach, and there are no good beaches in the city itself. But it doesn’t matter, because buses run here from Santa Cruz, just 15 minutes and you are already sunbathing.

    The length of Teresitas is one and a half kilometers, which will appeal to lovers of long walks along the ocean, and those who like to sunbathe near the water.

    Where does such amazing yellow sand come from on the volcanic island of Tenerife? Answer: from the Sahara. The thing is that in the 70s of the last century, when it became obvious that tourism would bring financial well-being to the island, it was decided to make the capital’s beach more attractive. And what will make it more attractive than fine golden sand? The nearest place where such sand was – the Sahara desert, by a happy coincidence located across the strait. No sooner said than done. In total, 320 thousand tons of sand were collected and transported to Tenerife by ship. Breakwaters were built to protect the beach from the waves, and beautiful palm trees were planted along the shore to give the resort a more heavenly feel. The enterprise turned out to be a success and now thousands of tourists come to Teresitas a year.

    People are attracted not only by the beautiful and soft sand, but also by the excellent service and reasonable prices. As a result, you get tropical beauty, one and a half kilometers of the perfect beach, delicious cocktails in bars, fragrant paella with seafood in cafes and restaurants, excellent views of the sea and mountains, polite staff and good infrastructure.

    Teresitas beach infrastructure

    The beach has everything you need for a perfect holiday: rental of sunbeds and umbrellas for 2-4 euros per day, fresh water showers and toilets, beach cafes and bars, children’s play areas, sports fields, parking.

    The descent into the water is gentle, and because of the breakwaters there are never big waves, so the beach will be comfortable for families with children.

    How to get to Teresitas beach from Santa Cruz de Tenerife

    Bus number 910 goes from Santa Cruz to the beach. It departs from the Intercambiador Sta.Cruz station, on Avenida Tres de Mayo. The stop is called Las Teresitas. Travel time 15 minutes. The fare is 1.25 euros.

    The best hotels near Teresitas beach

    There are no large hotels near the beach itself, but you can look for apartments. L The best hotels are located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife , from where you can drive to the beach in 15 minutes. In Santa Cruz, you will find the luxurious five-star Iberostar Heritage Grand Mencey, the stylish four-star Hotel Taburiente S.C. Tenerife, the comfortable three-star Occidental Santa Cruz Contemporáneo, and many more options for every taste.

    If you still want to live near beach , pay attention to such options as budget apartments Casa teresita, spacious Nina Apartment or apartments Casa Julia, located in the first line by the sea.

    What else to do in Santa Cruz de Tenerife

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    style. The most significant cathedral in the city is called Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Iglesia de la Concepción). In the 17th century, the temple was called the Temple of the Holy Cross, which in Spanish sounds like Santa Cruz, hence the name of the city. The second most popular temple is named after Saint Francis of Assisi (Iglesia de San Francisco de Asís). It was built in the Baroque style. Within its walls there is a large collection of religious sculptures, and the most interesting among them is the figure of Señora de las Tribulaciones, made in 1893 years from cornmeal. Legend has it that thanks to this statue, the city got rid of the plague and since then this sculpture has been honored here.
    Of the unusual in the city, there is Masonic Temple (Templo Masónico de Santa Cruz de Tenerife). The building is guarded by four sphinxes, and the All-Seeing Eye is depicted above the entrance.

    The unusual architecture in Santa Cruz de Tenerife begins and perhaps ends at Auditorio de Tenerife (Auditorio de Tenerife). The building vaguely resembles the Sydney Opera House, but smaller and more modest. Chamber and symphony concerts are held here, and the acoustics is considered one of the best in the world. A white building resembling a wave stands on the ocean and is surrounded by palm trees – a great place for evening walks and a great subject for unusual photos.

    The city also has several museums: Archaeological Museum of Nature and Man (Museo de la Naturaleza y el Hombre), Military Museum (Museo Militar Regional de Canarias), Museum of Contemporary Art (Tenerife Espacio de las Artes) and Museum of Fine Arts (Museo Municipal De Bellas Artes). So lovers of cultural life will have something to do.

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife is also full of sun-drenched squares and narrow historic streets, shady botanical gardens where rare tropical plants grow and marvelous flowers bloom, shopping streets where you can buy a beautiful hat and add resort chic to your image, and large shopping centers to buy a swimsuit or a dress in memory of a wonderful island, and, of course, concerts, carnivals, festivals that take place here throughout the summer.

    El Socorro resort

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    The resort town with the exotic name El Socorro is located 23 km from Santa – Cruz de Tenerife .

    This is not the most popular resort, but the beauty of the local beaches makes us mention this place in our review of the best beaches in Tenerife. The beaches of El Socorro consist of volcanic black sand . They are framed by beautiful low hills, the waves of the endless blue ocean roll on the shore, and the sun shines only for you. If only because this place is not too well known among tourists, which means it is not crowded.

    There is no infrastructure on the beaches of El Socorro, but there are gorgeous landscapes for lovers of beach walks and ocean noise. People come here to swim and sunbathe, have picnics, meditate and admire the greatness of nature. And when you get tired of contemplation, you can walk along the old city streets, look at stone houses entwined with grapes, buy fresh fruit at the local market, and dine on the open terrace of a cozy cafe.

    The best hotels in the resort of El Socorro

    In El Socorro , there are many comfortable apartments with equally comfortable prices, for example, La Casita Nueva, a house for four, can be rented for 60 euros per day. And the beach house Casa Los Tarajales 14 with three bedrooms, living room, well-equipped kitchen and fantastic ocean views for 55 euros per night.

    El Medano resort

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    The resort town of El Medano is located 85 km from Santa Cruz de Tenerife .

    People come here for spacious beaches with black volcanic sand , bizarre rocks, mysterious caves, underwater grottoes, ocean with perfect waves for surfing, a sky full of kites, great service at low prices and 9000 hotels and services.

    There are four beaches in El Medano : Playa El Medano (Playa del Medano), Playa del Cabezo (Playa del Cabezo), Playa el Salado (Playa el Salado), Playa de la Jaquita (Playa de la Jaquita). If that’s not enough, there are also suburban couples: La Playita (La Playita) and La Tejita (La Tejita). If this is not enough, you can go to the neighboring town of Arenas del Mar, where you will find several more equally beautiful beaches, high mountains and picturesque headlands crashing into the ocean.

    The beaches of El Medano have everything you need for a comfortable stay : sunbeds and umbrellas for 2 euros per day, fresh water showers and toilets, beach cafes, shops, a surf school where you can rent equipment, kite kiosks and a lot of beach activities.

    El Medano is worth a trip if you want to relax in nature, walk along the ocean and wander through the rocks and forests, learn how to fly kites and surf, dive and get acquainted with the underwater world, and also get enough of the ocean views.

    The best hotels in El Medano

    El Medano is a fairly popular resort, so there are several large hotels here, such as the four-star Kn Hotel Arenas del Mar Adults Only, which offers luxurious rooms with ocean views, and the restaurant serves Canarian cuisine. kitchens. There are smaller hotels, such as the three-star Hotel Playa Sur Tenerife, which stands right on the ocean, or another three-star hotel in the first line of Casa playa medano. If you want the comfort of home, choose the Medano Townhouse Aparthotel, located a minute’s walk from the beach. It offers stylish rooms with well-equipped kitchens and spacious outdoor terraces.

    There is one hotel worth talking about separately. This is one of the most unusual establishments in Tenerife . The five-star complex of villas Casas Bioclimáticas Iter stands right on the ocean. Each villa is not only modern and comfortable, but also environmentally friendly. Wind generators are installed around the villas, which fully supply the hotel with electricity and do not pollute the air.
    Casas Bioclimáticas Iter offers stylish rooms with comfy beds and well-designed space, as well as gorgeous views of the ocean and volcanic rocks. Here you can start every morning with the splash of ocean waves and end the day with the rhythmic rumble of the elements. The hotel has villas for four, five, six or seven people. Each villa is built using natural materials, wild stone and wood, and is surrounded by wild nature. All this luxury is very affordable, because even in the high season a villa can be rented for 100-120 euros per day.

    Las Galletas resort

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    The resort town of Las Galletas is 80 km from Santa Cruz de Tenerife and km from Los -Christianos .

    The name of the resort comes from the familiar word “biscuits” or “galletas”, which in Spanish means cookies. “What’s with the cookies?” – you ask, and now we’ll tell you. Rumor has it that a few centuries ago, a ship wrecked off these coasts, and not just a ship, but one that was carrying sweets. The ship went to the bottom, and sweets were washed ashore. The residents rejoiced at the delicious catch, and named their city after the boxes of cookies. Whether this is true or not is not known for sure, but the legend is good.

    The city of Las Galletas is known not only for its name, but also for its sandy beaches , as well as banana plantations, which gives the situation a slight exotic flair. Also in the city there is a small port and a fish market , where every morning they bring the freshest fish, which just asks for your plate. In short, if you love the sun, beaches and healthy food – book a hotel and come to Galletas.

    The best beaches in the resort of Las Galletas

    Las Galletas beach is located on the outskirts of the city, but the city is small, so the road to the beach will take a little time. The beach stretches for 500 meters. Basically sandy beach , but there are small stones. The beach is well equipped : there is a rental of sun loungers and deck chairs, showers and toilets, shops and beach cafes. You can rent a boat, scooter or boat and explore the coast, you can go diving, or you can just relax on the cries of seagulls and the splashing of waves.

    Las Galletas beach is suitable for families with children, because there is fine sand and a gentle slope into the water.

    There is another beach in the neighboring village of Costa del Silencio. The Costa del Silencio beach is stony and surrounded by cliffs. Fans of diving or snorkeling will like it here – there are many grottoes under the water, but be careful and don’t swim too deep.

    What else to do in Las Galletas

    The town is small, but there is something to see. The main attraction is the local lighthouse, which has been showing the way for sailors for many years. The lighthouse is the traditional red and white color and looks very good in the photos. It also offers a great view of the surrounding area. Pro fish market we have already told – fresh fish for lunch has never been superfluous. After lunch, you can walk along the promenade or explore the architecture of local cathedrals. And in the evening, take a bus or taxi and go for a walk to the neighboring resorts – Las Americas and Los Cristianos, which are considered the most popular cities on the island. We talk about them in more detail below.

    How to get to Las Galletas from Santa Cruz de Tenerife or Los Cristianos

    In Santa Cruz, at the Intercambiador Sta.Cruz bus station, take bus number 110. He drives through the resort town of Los Cristianos. Travel time from Santa Cruz to Los Cristianos is about an hour and a half. In Los Cristianos, you need to transfer to bus number 467 and go another 15 minutes to the Las Galletas stop.

    The best hotels in the resort of Las Galletas

    The best hotel on Las Galletas beach is called Alborada Ocean Club. It goes straight to the sea. The hotel has a large saltwater swimming pool and a beautiful green sunbathing terrace. It offers spacious rooms with balconies, as well as well-equipped kitchens where you can cook that fish.The hotel also has a restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine.

    An excellent budget option, by the way one of the most inexpensive in Tenerife, is called Art Villa Nautilus. The hotel is located 10 minutes walk from the beach. The rooms have everything you need for a comfortable stay, and a bonus is a garden with tropical plants and comfortable sun loungers.

    Atlantic View Witjes is a spacious apartment located in Costa del Silencio, 1.5 km from Las Galletas. It features a bedroom with a comfortable bed, a well-equipped kitchen, a balcony with ocean views, and a swimming pool with a scenic sundeck.

    Los Gigantes Resort

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    The popular Los Gigantes Beach is located in the resort of Acantilados de Los Gigantes. The city is located 30 km from the resort of Costa Adeje .

    This place is famous for its picturesque cliffs that line the beach and black volcanic sand that looks so beautiful against the blue waves of the Atlantic Ocean.

    The beach is surrounded by high cliffs on one side and the seaport on the other. Despite the fact that Los Gigantes is a small town, and the beach itself is small, it is still included in all ratings of the most popular beaches in Tenerife. And all because of the beauty of the local nature. A ridge of dark stone rocks goes beyond the horizon, all houses and villas are painted in light colors and, like pearls, roll down the hillside to the ocean.

    The beach is not equipped , there are no sunbeds and umbrellas for rent, showers and toilets, but it is very clean, and the sand is quite fine, so it is comfortable to relax here, you just need to bring your own blanket and buy an umbrella from one of the beach kiosks.

    The most picturesque view opens from the Mirador Los Gigantes observation deck. It is located 15 minutes walk from the beach, behind the city port.

    If you want to explore the surroundings in more detail, rent a boat or boat and spend time alone with the ocean. By the way, in local waters you can easily meet dolphins.

    Things to do in Los Gigantes

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    there are immediately several observation decks . We have already talked about one, Mirador Los Gigantes. Another one is located a little higher and is called Vistas de Los Gigantes – majestic rocks, black beaches, the city shining in the sun is in full view here. If you climb even higher, you will find an observation deck Mirador Archipenque . This is the most famous site in Los Gigantes and it is a must to visit. Here you can sit at a table in a cafe, order drinks and snacks and admire simply incredible landscapes – rocks receding into the distance, yachts in the port, a city with its houses and palm trees, an ocean that has no end and no edge.

    Los Gigantes has many cafes and restaurants serving Mediterranean and Canarian cuisine. And after lunch, you can walk along the city streets with low light houses and cozy courtyards, and take hundreds of picturesque photos.

    From Los Gigantes in half an hour you can drive to the large resort of Costa Adeje, and there are already many kilometers of promenade, several water parks , including the largest water park in Europe Siam Park, botanical gardens and parks, nightclubs and bars and many other entertainments.

    How to get to Los Gigantes Beach

    The easiest way to get to Acantilados de Los Gigantes is from the neighboring cities of Los Cristianos or Costa Adeje. Bus number 473 leaves from the city of Los Cristianos. It passes through Costa Adeje and arrives at Acantilados le Los Gigantes. Buses run every day from 5.20 to 22.15. See the schedule and itinerary here.

    Best Hotels near Los Gigantes Beach

    The 4-star Royal Sun Resort is located 350 meters from the cliffs of Los Gigantes. Spacious apartments with large balconies offering stunning views of the ocean and cliffs await you. The apartments have everything you need to relax: comfortable beds, a view balcony, a comfortable living room, a well-equipped kitchen. The hotel has a swimming pool with a beautiful sun terrace, several restaurants and sports fields.

    Villa Los Gigantes View is located 100 meters from the beach. It offers three bedrooms, a kitchen equipped with all necessary appliances and utensils, a patio overlooking the garden and the ocean and a place for barbecue and outdoor recreation.

    Playa Abama

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    Tenerife’s secret gem consists of just one beach, near which there are several hotels. Still it is one of the best resorts in Tenerife .

    Playa Abama – a quiet lagoon, where a beach of fine yellow sand lurks between the rocks . Someone says that the sand was brought here by the current from the Sahara, someone that was specially brought from Morocco. Whatever the case, the sand is very soft and clean. The cleanliness on the beach is monitored by the staff of The Ritz-Carlton Abama. Blue ocean waves roll on the golden shore, a fresh breeze blows, and a luxurious room with an ocean view awaits you in a couple of minutes walk – is this not a dream vacation?

    Playa Abama – a beautiful free beach surrounded by a banana plantation on one side and picturesque cliffs on the other. 20 km from here is the Costa Adeje resort, where there are a lot of restaurants, clubs, water parks and other entertainment, so you won’t be bored.

    On the beach you will find excellent service and all the necessary infrastructure : rental of sun loungers and umbrellas, showers and toilets, a beach restaurant where Canarian cuisine will be prepared for you.

    Abama Beach is located 20 km from the resort of Costa Adeje. Entrance to the beach is free, like on all other beaches in Tenerife.

    To get to the beach, you either need to walk down the hill, or use special lifts. The lifts operate only for guests of The Ritz-Carlton Abama, for the rest there is a walking path.

    The best hotels near Abama Beach

    The five-star The Ritz-Carlton Abama is located 800 meters from the beach. It offers stylish rooms with panoramic views of the ocean and neighboring Gomera Island. The rooms are decorated in a refined Moorish style. You can also rent a villa surrounded by a tropical garden. The hotel is open restaurant with two Michelin stars , where Mediterranean and European cuisine will be prepared for you, a spa with a huge selection of treatments, several pools with sun terraces lined with palm trees, a gym and an entertainment complex for children. Special lifts run between the hotel and the beach.

    Five-star Las Terrazas De Abama is located next door to The Ritz-Carlton Abama. You can rent a spacious suite with an ocean view. The hotel has rooms for two, four, six and eight people. It offers several swimming pools, a Mediterranean restaurant, sports fields, tennis courts, a fitness center and a children’s entertainment complex.

    Los Cristianos resort

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    One of the most popular resorts in Tenerife is called Los Cristianos. It is located 80 km from the capital of the island , the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Near Los Cristianos there are two more resort towns – Las Americas and Costa Adeje, together they form a kind of tourist complex and are usually perceived as one big resort. Let’s talk about everything in order.

    So Los Cristianos. People come here to relax on chic sandy beaches, long walks along the many kilometers of embankment, colorful Spanish architecture and unusual island cuisine.

    Los Cristianos resort beaches

    There are two large beaches in the city of : Playa de los Cristianos (Playa de los Cristianos) and Playa de las Vistas (Playa de las Vistas). Both beaches are made up of fine light sand, which was brought here by the current from the Sahara desert.

    Playa de los Cristianos stretches for 400. It is well equipped . There is a rental of sun loungers and deck chairs (about 4 euros per day), cafes and bars, a diving school, a boat station. The beach overlooks the promenade, along which you can walk to the neighboring beach, and then to another neighboring one, in general, the beaches can be changed at least every two hours. Of the minuses, one can note the location – there is a port nearby and the water is not too clean.

    Dolphins and even whales swim in the waters of Los Cristianos. True, in order to see them, you need to buy a tour. Every day, boats depart from the city port, they know the places where dolphins and whales are most likely to appear.

    Playa de las Vistas is bigger than Playa de los Cristianos. Its length is about a kilometer. Beach is well equipped , there is a rental of sun loungers and umbrellas (about 6 euros per day), a beach bar, there are several cafes on the promenade near the beach where you can have a bite to eat. It is cleaner here than on the neighboring beach, the entrance to the water is gentle, which is convenient for families with children. If you do not want to rent a sun lounger and an umbrella, you can sit on your bedspread under a canopy. There are usually no waves on the beach, so you don’t have to worry about safety, but, of course, you can’t do surfing here either.

    Along the entire beach there is a city promenade, along which you can walk to the neighboring resort, the city of Las Americas.

    Things to do in Los Cristianos

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    The most popular things to do in Los Cristianos usually looking for in the waterfront area . There are beach cafes, and restaurants with an open terrace, and small bars where original cocktails are prepared for you, and nightclubs with incendiary parties.

    In addition to traditional spa activities, there are also proposals for nature lovers. 4 km from the city stands a small volcano Montaña de Guas . At the top of the volcano there is observation deck , which offers a wonderful view of the city and beaches. Walking to the top and the volcano and back will take you half a day. You can get there on foot, just put on comfortable shoes and stock up on water.

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    If you want more serious adventures, then 45 km from the city stands the great and mighty volcano Teide. Teide is a local star. Firstly, the last time it erupted not so long ago, in 1909. Secondly, he has a whole city burned to the ground, Garachico. True, this was already in 1706. Thirdly, it is the third highest volcano in the world and the highest point in Spain. At the Teide you will find picturesque views of the surrounding cities, unusual rocks and free-standing stones, magnificent natural landscapes, and sometimes downright space landscapes.

    You can drive and climb the volcano on your own, or you can join one of the excursions. We have already talked about how to get to the Teide volcano and what to do there.

    The most interesting excursions to the Teide volcano
    • Tour of the National Park of Las Cañadas and El Teide volcano for 70 euros per person
    • Excursion to the Teide volcano for 150 euros for the whole excursion
    • Fantastic volcano Teide for 180 euros per tour
    The best hotels in the resort of Los Cristianos

    The four-star Boutique Hotel h20 Big Sur is rightfully considered the best hotel in the city. It operates under the Adults Only system. The resort complex is located within walking distance from the beach. It offers stylish rooms with balconies offering wonderful views of the ocean and beaches. The hotel has a large swimming pool and a tropical sun terrace. The restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine. You can use the gym and spa.

    Four-star Labranda Reveron Plaza stands 100 meters from the beach. Here you will find comfortable rooms with comfortable beds and balconies where you can have breakfast overlooking the ocean. On the roof of the hotel there is a swimming pool with a sun terrace.

    Aparthotel Aguamar is a ten minute walk from the beach. It offers spacious apartments where you will find everything for a perfect holiday: large beds, a kitchenette, a swimming pool with a beautiful sun terrace and a children’s pool, a restaurant and a bar, children’s play areas.

    Las Americas Resort

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    Arguably the most popular resort in Tenerife is called Las Americas. It is located 80 km from the island’s capital , Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

    Las Americas is located between two other equally popular resort towns – Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje. Three cities practically merge into one, even a long embankment is laid between them so that you can see all the sights at a walking pace.

    Las Americas offers its guests excellent sandy beaches, delicious seafood in cozy restaurants, long walks along the ocean and high quality service.

    Las Americas beaches

    Most of Tenerife’s beaches consist of black volcanic sand, yellow sand is also found, but this is very rare. Black sand beaches are colorful and unusual in their own way, especially if you remember that every black sand grain is a former volcano. Nevertheless, sometimes you want to add the usual yellowness. Tenerife has a lot to offer lovers of traditional colored sand.

    The most popular beach with golden sand is located near the capital and is called Teresitas. Another such beach is located in the neighboring town of Los Cristianos. Well, the third option is Camison Beach, located in Las Americas.

    The coastline of the Las Americas resort stretches for almost three kilometers and there are many beaches. But not everywhere the water is equally clean, and the sand is soft. We tell where it is better to swim and sunbathe in Las Americas .

    Camison Beach is the best beach in town. On both sides, Camison is surrounded by breakwaters, so there is almost always a calm atmosphere here, and if there are waves, they are smaller than on other beaches. Soft sand, clear water, cute beach cafes, all this awaits you here. There are free umbrellas on the beach and the opportunity to rent a sun lounger (for 5 euros per day). Near the beach there are kiosks selling beach accessories – glasses, swimwear, towels, masks and everything else. There are several playgrounds for children.

    Playa de Troya is another good beach. It is located on the outskirts of the city, but the city is small, so the road here will not take much time. Playa de Troya has fine black sand, clean and very comfortable for relaxing. The beach is fenced with breakwaters, so there are almost no waves here. The entrance to the water is very gentle, which will appeal to families with children. There are usually few people on Troy and it is easy to find a place near the water.
    The beach has good infrastructure: it is clean, there is a rental of sun loungers and umbrellas (5 euros per day), showers with fresh water and toilets are installed, there are several cafes and bars where you can have a snack and refresh yourself.

    Las Americas Beach is not the most popular place to stay, but there are plenty of people here. On the beach of Las Americas, there are often sharp stones and large cobblestones that can injure you, especially in big waves. There is a coral reef under the water that can hurt you. But there are also pluses: fish live in the coral reef, which are interesting to watch with a mask and snorkel.

    If you are going to relax on this beach, it is better to take special shoes for swimming and in general you need to be careful.

    Las Americas Beach is a great place to have a picnic overlooking the ocean, meditate or read a book to the sound of the waves. But for the perfect bathing and even tan, it is better to go to Camison or Troy.

    What to do in the resort of Las Americas

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    The first thing the resort is known for is its beaches. lovers come here to dive or snorkel, surf, ride scooters, sunbathe on a snow-white yacht or do yoga to the sound of the surf .

    The next thing to do in the Canary Islands is to explore the local cuisine . Restaurants in Las Americas serve both the traditional paella and the traditional fish dish sancocho canario.

    If you like long walks along the ocean – Las Americas is the right choice. A beautiful promenade connects the cities of Los Cristianos, Las Americas and Costa Adeje, so you can literally walk here for hours and this is one way. Tropical trees are planted along the waterfront, soft music and tempting aromas come from cafes and restaurants, nightclubs await guests where parties continue until the morning, there are beautiful hotels, in general, on the waterfront you will find any resort entertainment that you can think of.

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    In the neighboring city of Costa Adeje, there are two water parks . One is small, it’s called Aqualand. There you will find about 10 slides, several pools, including a wave pool, a couple of cafes and bars and a spacious sun terrace. Not far from Aqualand, another water park has recently been built, which is called Siam Park. This is the largest water park in Europe . There you will find the most modern attractions of different levels of extremeness, several pools, an artificial river, imitation of surfing, feelings of free fall and weightlessness, in general, all the achievements of the field of water entertainment are collected in one place.

    Those who love hiking and nature should visit Mount Teide. First, it is one of the highest volcanoes in the world. Secondly, the highest point in all of Spain. Thirdly, from the top of the volcano there is an absolutely stunning view of almost the entire island, and fourthly, it is simply incredibly beautiful.

    The most interesting excursions to Mount Teide
    • Tour of Las Cañadas National Park and El Teide volcano for 70 euros per person
    • Excursion to the Teide volcano for 150 euros for the whole excursion
    • Fantastic volcano Teide for 180 euros per tour
    The best hotels by the sea in the resort of Las Americas

    The four-star Sol Tenerife is one of the best hotels on the coast. It is located near the ocean near Las Americas beach. Tourist life is in full swing around the hotel, which means you will not be bored. And those who love a relaxing holiday will enjoy comfortable rooms with ocean views, three large swimming pools with beautiful sunbathing terraces planted with greenery, for children the hotel has playgrounds and professional animators. In addition, the hotel has a Mediterranean restaurant, a beauty salon and a tennis court.

    The four-star h20 Las Palmeras is located right on the ocean and close to Las Americas Beach. It offers bright rooms with balconies offering ocean and city views. The hotel has five restaurants for every taste, several swimming pools for adults, a children’s pool, a large children’s entertainment club, a fitness center, and a tennis court.

    The four-star h20 Conquistador is located two minutes walk from the beach. It offers stylish rooms with balconies overlooking the ocean, mountains or gardens, four restaurants, a swimming pool with a spacious sundeck, tennis and sports courts, and plenty of activities for children.

    The four-star Hotel Cleopatra Palace is located near the popular Camison Beach. On one side of the hotel, the ocean laps, and on the other, there is a promenade lined with palm trees. All popular attractions are within walking distance. Guests are offered comfortable rooms with balconies with a wonderful view of the ocean. The hotel has several restaurants, a spa, sports grounds, and play areas for children, where professional animators work.

    Costa Adeje Resort

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    Costa Adeje is located 90 km from the capital of Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. From the resort of Las Americas in Costa Adeje, you can walk along the promenade.

    Just like Las Americas and Los Cristianos in Costa Adeje come to get a perfect tan, swim in the Atlantic Ocean, go diving and learn the local cuisine . In addition, Costa Adeje has the largest water park in Europe, which we have already talked about a little higher, so lovers of water entertainment will feel like fish in water here.

    Los Cristianos has excellent beaches and, what is especially beautiful, some of them are yellow. The yellow sand is brought here by the current straight from the Sahara.

    The city is conventionally divided into two zones. One for a more party holiday, the second for a relaxing pastime . Those who love parties and fun should stay in the area of ​​Playa de Torviscas or Playa de Troya. If you want to spend a relaxing time in the bosom of nature, admire the ocean and take a leisurely walk along the ocean, choose the area near Playa del Duc.

    The best beaches of Costa Adeje

    The most popular beaches of Costa Adeje are Playa del Duc , Playa Fanabe and Playa de Torviscas. All three beaches have excellent infrastructure , quality service, clean sand, and along the ocean there are the most comfortable hotels that can be found in this part of Tenerife.

    Luxury oasis Playa del Duque . It is located on the outskirts of the island so that no one can interfere with your holiday. Playa del Duque offers soft golden sand, comfortable sun loungers, beautiful umbrellas, sprawling palm trees that provide natural shade, stylish beach bars and high-class service.

    The five-star Iberostar Grand El Mirador, which operates under the Adults Only system, is responsible for luxury. It offers spacious junior suites with large outdoor terraces where you can enjoy breakfast with ocean views, Mediterranean restaurants, bars serving the best cocktails on the island, private parties with trendy DJs, multiple pools and a large spa.

    Another luxury hotel is located 500 meters from the beach. The five-star Sheraton La Caleta Resort & Spa has elegant rooms with panoramic ocean views, four restaurants and several bars, swimming pools for adults and children, a spa with a wide range of services and excellent service.

    Playa Fanabe becomes Playa de Torviscas . Their total length is about a kilometer. The beaches are partly dark sand, partly light. The beach has everything you need for a great holiday : rental of sun loungers and umbrellas, fresh water showers and toilets, rental of equipment for outdoor activities, entertainment for children, cafes with outdoor terraces and beach bars, kiosks with souvenirs and beach accessories. There are more people here than on Playa del Duc, but there is plenty of space.

    The best hotel near Playa Fanabe is the five-star Iberostar Selection Anthelia. It offers stylish rooms, excellent restaurants serving Mediterranean and European cuisine, a large swimming pool and a spa. If you are looking for an apartment, take a look at Los Olivos Beach Resort Aparthotel. The comfortable bright rooms have absolutely everything for a perfect holiday, and as a bonus, there are two outdoor pools with spacious sunbathing terraces and a gym.

    Near the city port there is another small beach called Playa de la Pinta. The beach is located near the port, so there is often dirty water here, and the stones are quite sharp, that is, swimming is inconvenient and unsafe. But it’s a good place for a picnic or a quick refreshment on a hot day.

    Other things to do in Costa Adeje

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    Most of the activities await you near the central beaches: beach bars and dances on the ocean, clubs and parties until the morning, cafes with outdoor terraces and restaurants with live music, shops and souvenir shops – all this is located in the central part of the city in abundance and prosperity.

    Costa Adeje has two water parks . A smaller and cheaper water park is called Aqualand. There are about 10 slides for adults and children, several pools and a large sun terrace. Siam Park – Europe’s largest water park . Guests are offered a full range of water activities – more than 10 slides from children’s to extreme, roller coasters, slides that simulate free fall and weightlessness, artificial rivers, wave pools, five Thai restaurants, pool bars, beautiful sun terraces and beautiful views .

    Shoppers should visit Siam Mall, the largest on the island. This is a stylish shopping center where dozens of clothing, footwear, accessories and cosmetics stores, souvenir shops, supermarkets, beauty salons and entertainment for children are waiting for you. The mall is decorated in Thai style, as is the Siam Park water park, because both establishments are owned by the same owner. By the way, the same owner owns the Loro Park Zoo in the city of Puerto de la Cruz, which we will talk about a little later.

    Puerto de la Cruz Resort

    Puerto de la Cruz Resort shares the popularity palm with Las Americas, Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos. Here has an amazing infrastructure, a lot of entertainment, good beaches, low prices , in general, there are many pluses and almost no minuses.

    Puerto de la Cruz attracts guests with its beaches of black volcanic sand, gorgeous views of the Atlantic Ocean on one side and Mount Teide on the other, comfortable hotels located along the ocean and a beautiful promenade. Unlike small resorts like Los Gigantes or Las Galletas, the city of Puerto de la Cruz is quite large, which means there is something to do here besides relaxing on the beach.

    The best beaches of Puerto de la Cruz

    The city of has two large beaches , one suitable for a more relaxing holiday, and the second will appeal to surfers. Between the beaches there are sea water pools built of volcanic stone. The pools offer a wonderful view of the ocean and mountains, which makes them a popular place to relax.

    The beaches are interconnected by the city promenade, from one to the other you can walk in half an hour on foot. Let’s talk about everything in order.

    Playa Jardin

    Playa Jardin is located one and a half kilometers from the city center. On one side of the beach is Punta Brava observation deck, from where you can admire the surroundings and ocean waves, and on the other – San Filipe fortress, small but colorful.

    The beach consists of fine black sand. Playa Jardin consists of three beaches that merge into one another: Maria Jimenez, Playa Chica and Playa de San Filipe . They are separated from each other by breakwaters that protect the beach from the waves.

    All three beaches have excellent infrastructure : rental of sun loungers and umbrellas (3-4 euros per day), fresh water showers and toilets, beach bars and cafes, playgrounds for children, equipment rental for outdoor activities.

    Just 10 minutes from the beach is Loro Parque Zoo, where you can see the world’s largest collection of parrots, visit the penguinarium, watch dolphin and killer whales, feed fish, meet lemurs, red pandas and many other animals.

    Best hotels near Playa Jardin

    The four-star Hotel Diamante Suites is located a minute’s walk from the beach. It offers stylish rooms with tropical garden and ocean views. The hotel has a swimming pool with a sun terrace, several good restaurants, as well as sports fields.

    Cozy aparthotel Casa el Adina offers its guests comfortable apartments that have everything for a beach holiday. It offers bright rooms with comfortable beds, good kitchens and balconies where it is so nice to have breakfast overlooking the ocean.

    Budget Puerto Nest Hostel is a pretty decent budget option right on the ocean. There are places in a dormitory room and double rooms with a shared bathroom. All guests can use the shared kitchen, and there is a rooftop sun terrace.

    Playa de Martianes

    One and a half kilometers from the center of Puerto de la Cruz there is another beach – Playa de Martianes. That is, if you are standing in the center of Puerto, then on one side there will be Jardin beach, and on the other – Martianez.

    Playa de Martianez, like Jardin, consists of black sand, but in some places there are quite large stones that can even injure you in a storm. That is why it is better to go to Jardin Beach for swimming, and those who love to surf come to Martianes. Playa Martianes often has big waves that are ideal for beginner surfers. There is a surf school on the beach where you can rent a board and pay for the instructor.

    Martianez pools

    But Martianez is not just about surfing. A couple of meters near the beach there is a complex, consisting of five large pools and an artificial lake . The pools are made of natural stone of volcanic origin and are filled with ocean water.

    The pools offer stunning views of the endless ocean and the mysterious volcano Teide . The pools are surrounded by spacious sun terraces planted with palm trees and flowers. There are no attractions and entertainment here, but there are bars where they will prepare a delicious cocktail for you, and cafes where you can have a bite to eat.

    Entrance to the pools costs 5.50 euros. The price includes the rental of a sun lounger and umbrella, as well as access to showers and toilets.

    The best hotels near Playa Martianes

    The four-star h20 Tenerife Playa is a couple of minutes walk from the beach and Martianes pools. It offers beautiful rooms with views of the pools and the ocean. The hotel has a panoramic restaurant, a large swimming pool and a sun terrace.

    The four-star Bahia Principe Sunlight San Felipe is a five-minute walk from the beach and the Martianez pools. Guests are offered a five-minute walk from the beach and Martianez pools. The bright rooms feature original décor, comfortable beds and balconies overlooking the ocean and Mount Teide. The hotel is surrounded by a tropical garden, which is so nice to walk on a hot afternoon. You can use the swimming pool and relax on the spacious sun terrace, as well as use the restaurant, spa and play tennis.

    The four-star Sol Costa Atlantis Tenerife is located directly in front of the Martianez pools. The hotel offers stylish rooms with comfortable beds and balconies with city or ocean views. Two large restaurants are open for guests, a swimming pool with a green sun terrace, a spa complex and a fitness center are open.

    What else to do in the resort of Puerto de la Cruz

    As an entertainment, Puerto de la Cruz offers guests trips to the Loro Parque Zoo, where it will be interesting for both children and adults, as many as three botanical gardens with rare tropical plants collected from all over the world, walks through the historic part of the city and evening promenades along the San Telmo embankment. In Puerto there are colorful cafes where it is so nice to drink morning coffee, and good restaurants where you will be served a delicious dinner, and nightclubs with fashionable parties, and shops if you decide to buy a new dress.

    More information about how to relax and where to have fun in Puerto we wrote in the article Holidays in Puerto de la Cruz in Tenerife: where to swim and sunbathe, where to walk and what to see.

    Tenerife in September 2022 – holidays and weather in Tenerife, Spain

    If summer is over somewhere, it’s not in Tenerife! Here it never ends. In September it is still warm on the island, and the ocean warmed up during the summer and reached its maximum temperature – about +23..+24C. Read on the Tour-Calendar what Tenerife can please you in September!

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    Weather in Tenerife in September

    In September in Tenerife, as in August, the weather is still hot, except that the air temperature is 1-2 degrees lower, about +28 degrees, and at night +21. In the evening it is quite comfortable, so warm clothes are practically not needed at this time. The sea temperature in September is about +23 degrees – you should not expect more from the ocean. If you are used to swimming without getting out of warm water for hours, then Tenerife is not for you. Please note that in the southern part of the island the weather is always slightly warmer than in the north, as well as the ocean temperature. On the island in September there are slight winds, and very rarely rains.

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    What is interesting in Tenerife in September?

    In Tenerife in September, not only young people who love entertainment and nightlife, but also couples looking for solitude and romance, as well as couples with children, will be able to have a great rest – everyone will find in Tenerife exactly the vacation that he likes!

    Beach holidays

    Holidays on the island is something more than just idleness by the sea. Take a closer look, Tenerife is a stunning landscape, wild unbridled nature, and an exciting ocean. The water temperature in September fluctuates around +23..+24 degrees, sometimes the wind rises and waves occur. So if you expect a serene calm ocean and comfortable weather throughout your holiday, then you should think about another direction.

    Tours and entertainment

    This nine-minute video will help you get an idea of ​​what to expect from a holiday on the island in September – walks by the ocean or along the romantic streets of old towns, sea cruises or a trip to the Teida volcano, a visit to the zoo and the aquarium, and much more that not included in the video!

    Active recreation

    Fans of outdoor activities in Tenerife in September can be offered windsurfing and kitesurfing, golf, or go on a jeep safari. And plunging into the ocean, you can see the amazing underwater world, and meet, for example, a large turtle.

    Holidays and festivals

    In September, many interesting concerts, holidays and festivals take place in different cities of Tenerife. Of the annual events, we note the feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel, celebrated in the town of Los Cristianos, during which folklore concerts, solemn processions and services are held, and the action of stunning beauty ends with fireworks. Another religious September event celebrated in the city of La Laguna is the Fiestas Santisimo Cristo (in honor of the shrine of the island of Tenerife “Christ of La Laguna”). Only the solemn part was filmed on the video, besides this, colorful concerts and performances take place, and, of course, everything ends with gorgeous fireworks.