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Apartamentos Charco del Conde, Valle Gran Rey – Updated 2022 Prices

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  • Facilities
  • House rules
  • The fine print
  • Guest reviews (3,290)



Ocean view


Swimming pool

Free WiFi




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Located in Valle Gran Rey, Apartamentos Charco del Conde features an outdoor pool, garden and a furnished terrace. Free WiFi is available in common areas.

Each apartment at Apartamentos Charco del Conde, features a seating area with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. There is a dining area and the kitchen is equipped with a coffee machine, fridge and kitchenware.

The bedrooms include a wardrobe and the bathroom comes with a bath. Bed linen and towels are provided.

Activities in the surrounding area include hiking and mini golf.

Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.2 for a two-person trip.

Apartamentos Charco del Conde has been welcoming guests since Nov 17, 2014

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Most popular facilities

2 swimming pools

Free WiFi


Family rooms

Property Highlights

Top Location: Highly rated by recent guests (9.2)

There are more repeat guests here than most other properties.

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Accommodation Type



Studio Apartment

2 twin beds

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One-Bedroom Apartment

Bedroom ::

2 twin beds

Living room:

1 sofa bed

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Studio Apartment with Sea View

2 twin beds

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One-Bedroom Apartment with Sea View

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2 twin beds

Living room:

1 sofa bed

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Property questions and answers

Browse questions from guests for anything extra you want to know about the property

The property usually replies within a few days

  • Are towels provided in bathrooms

    Hello, Yes you have towels for the bathroom.

    Answered on October 20, 2019

  • We are looking at renting this place. I see there is no parking, though. What are the options if we have a rental car?

    Hello, You can park in the street for free.

    Answered on October 20, 2019

  • We are a family of four and would like to be in the same room as our eldest son is autistic. Is it possible to sleep 2 children on the sofa bed?

    Hello, Sorry but we haven’t rooms for four people.

    Answered on October 20, 2019

  • Hi, do you have any 3 bedroom apartments. I’m hoping to visit Valle Gran Rey in 2023 with my son and his wife and two children. Thanks, Alice

    Buenas tardes,
    Le informamos que no tenemos apartamentos de 3 dormitorios

    Answered on February 18, 2022

  • is this one upstairs or downstairs?

    Apartamento de 1 Dormitorio is upstairs.

    Answered on April 11, 2021

Area info *

Most popular facilities

2 swimming pools

Free WiFi


Family rooms


  • Toilet paper

  • Private Bathroom

  • Free toiletries

  • Bathtub

  • Shower


  • Wardrobe or closet


Sit back and relax

  • Beachfront

  • Sun deck

  • Private pool

  • Terrace

  • Garden


Freedom to eat when you want

  • Coffee machine

  • Oven

  • Kitchenware

  • Kitchen

  • Refrigerator

  • Kitchenette

Room Amenities

Extra comfort

  • Drying rack for clothing

  • Clothes rack

  • Tile/Marble floor

  • Fan


  • Beach

  • Mini golf
    Additional charge

  • Hiking
    Additional charge

Living Area

Space for everyone to be together

  • Sofa

  • Sitting area

Media & Technology

Fun for everyone under one roof

  • Flat-screen TV

  • Satellite channels

  • Radio

  • TV


WiFi is available in the rooms and is free of charge.


No parking available.


  • Car rental

Front Desk Services

  • Invoice provided

Business Facilities

  • Fax/Photocopying
    Additional charge

Safety & security

  • Fire extinguishers

  • CCTV in common areas

  • Smoke alarms

  • Safe
    Additional charge

Building Characteristics

  • Private apartment in building

2 swimming pools

    Pool 1 – outdoor

  • Seasonal
    (temporarily closed)

  • Opening times

  • Pool 2 – outdoor

  • Seasonal
    (temporarily closed)

  • Opening times


  • Family rooms

Languages Spoken

  • German

  • English

  • Spanish

House rules

Apartamentos Charco del Conde takes special requests – add in the next step!


3:00 PM – 10:30 PM


8:00 AM – 12:00 PM


Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to apartment type.
Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.

Children & Beds

Child policies

Children of all ages are welcome.

Children 3 and above are considered adults at this property.

To see correct prices and occupancy info, add the number and ages of children in your group to your search.

Crib and extra bed policies

0 – 2 years

Crib upon request


The number of cribs allowed depends on the option you choose. Check your selected option for more info.

There are no extra beds available at this property.

All cribs are subject to availability.

Age restriction

The minimum age for check-in is 18


When booking more than 3 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.

Cards accepted at this property

Apartamentos Charco del Conde accepts these cards and reserves the right to temporarily hold an amount prior to arrival.


Parties/events are not allowed

Quiet hours

Guests need be quiet between 10:00 PM and 9:00 AM.


Pets are not allowed.


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Charco del Conde Beach Weather Info

Current weather (Wed Dec 21st 17:00)

(Clear sky)
22. 3°C / 72°F

Sea temperature


Wind E
4 mph / 6 km/h
Rain 0mm
Sunrise 08:59
Sunset 19:15
Current Charco del Conde Beach weather

Hourly forecast


Clear sky

22.3°C / 72°F

4 mph
6 km/h


Clear sky

17.4°C / 63°F

4 mph
6 km/h


Clear sky

17.7°C / 64°F

2 mph
3 km/h


Clear sky

22.8°C / 73°F

5 mph
9 km/h

Week weather forecast

Thu 22nd

23.4°C / 74°F

6 mph
9 km/h

Fri 23rd

23.4°C / 74°F

5 mph
9 km/h

Sat 24th

22.6°C / 73°F

4 mph
6 km/h

Sun 25th

20.6°C / 69°F

7 mph
12 km/h

Mon 26th

17.3°C / 63°F

6 mph
9 km/h

Tue 27th

16. 3°C / 61°F

10 mph
16 km/h

Weather forecast from Yr, delivered by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and NRK

5 Day Charco del Conde Beach UV Index

A UV Index reading of 3 or more means some precautions should be taken. For more information visit our guide to the UV Index.

Temperature Averages

Average Water Temp

  • Wed 21/12 »

    Surf report for Wed 21/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    6:00 4ft 12s 9mph
    9:00 4ft 15s 10mph
    12:00 4ft 16s 10mph
    15:00 5ft 17s 9mph
    18:00 5ft 16s 9mph
    21:00 5ft 16s 7mph
    Tide times
    Low 6:12am (0. 48m)
    High 12:20pm (2.31m)
    Low 6:28pm (0.44m)
    First light 07:30
    Sunrise 07:56
    Sunset 18:18
    Dark 18:43
  • Thu 22/12 »

    Surf report for Thu 22/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    3:00 6ft 15s 13mph
    6:00 6ft 15s 13mph
    9:00 6ft 14s 12mph
    12:00 6ft 14s 9mph
    15:00 5ft 14s 7mph
    18:00 5ft 14s 7mph
    21:00 5ft 13s 9mph
    Tide times
    High 12:43am (2. 46m)
    Low 6:58am (0.39m)
    High 1:07pm (2.35m)
    Low 7:13pm (0.41m)
    First light 07:31
    Sunrise 07:57
    Sunset 18:18
    Dark 18:44
  • Fri 23/12 »

    Surf report for Fri 23/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    3:00 5ft 13s 9mph
    6:00 5ft 13s 8mph
    9:00 4ft 13s 7mph
    12:00 4ft 13s 6mph
    15:00 4ft 13s 5mph
    18:00 4ft 13s 4mph
    21:00 4ft 13s 4mph
    Tide times
    High 1:28am (2. 52m)
    Low 7:45am (0.35m)
    High 1:54pm (2.35m)
    Low 7:58pm (0.42m)
    First light 07:31
    Sunrise 07:57
    Sunset 18:19
    Dark 18:44
  • Sat 24/12 »

    Surf report for Sat 24/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    3:00 4ft 13s 4mph
    6:00 4ft 13s 5mph
    9:00 4ft 14s 4mph
    12:00 4ft 14s 4mph
    15:00 5ft 13s 4mph
    18:00 5ft 13s 3mph
    21:00 4ft 13s 3mph
    Tide times
    High 2:13am (2. 53m)
    Low 8:33am (0.36m)
    High 2:42pm (2.31m)
    Low 8:44pm (0.48m)
    First light 07:32
    Sunrise 07:58
    Sunset 18:19
    Dark 18:45
  • Sun 25/12 »

    Surf report for Sun 25/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    3:00 4ft 13s 6mph
    6:00 4ft 13s 7mph
    9:00 4ft 12s 8mph
    12:00 4ft 12s 11mph
    15:00 4ft 12s 13mph
    18:00 4ft 12s 14mph
    21:00 4ft 12s 18mph
    Tide times
    High 3:00am (2. 49m)
    Low 9:22am (0.41m)
    High 3:31pm (2.22m)
    Low 9:33pm (0.57m)
    First light 07:32
    Sunrise 07:58
    Sunset 18:20
    Dark 18:46
  • Mon 26/12 »

    Surf report for Mon 26/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    3:00 7ft 11s 21mph
    6:00 7ft 11s 19mph
    9:00 7ft 12s 17mph
    12:00 6ft 12s 16mph
    15:00 6ft 13s 17mph
    18:00 6ft 12s 20mph
    21:00 6ft 12s 17mph
    Tide times
    High 3:49am (2. 41m)
    Low 10:14am (0.51m)
    High 4:24pm (2.12m)
    Low 10:24pm (0.69m)
    First light 07:33
    Sunrise 07:58
    Sunset 18:20
    Dark 18:46
  • Tue 27/12 »

    Surf report for Tue 27/12
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    3:00 5ft 12s 13mph
    6:00 6ft 12s 15mph
    9:00 6ft 12s 13mph
    12:00 5ft 11s 10mph
    15:00 5ft 11s 9mph
    18:00 5ft 11s 11mph
    21:00 5ft 11s 11mph
    Tide times
    High 4:42am (2. 29m)
    Low 11:11am (0.63m)
    High 5:21pm (2.00m)
    Low 11:22pm (0.81m)
    First light 07:33
    Sunrise 07:59
    Sunset 18:21
    Dark 18:47

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SL-TF 218 Roque del Conde | Routes

Technical data

  • Starting point: Plaza Cristo de la Salud (Arona)
  • Ending point: Roque del Conde (Adeje)
  • Level Route approval status:
  • : medium level
  • Route type: linear
  • Distance: 3.7 km
  • Duration: 2 h
  • Maximum height: 999 m
  • Minimum height: 596 m
  • total rise height: 484 m
  • total height: 149 m 9000 with other trails:
    • Arona 1 – Casas de Altavista Circular
    • Arona 2 – Suarez – El Topo Circular
    • GR-131 Anaga – Chasna. Section: Vilaflor – Arona
  • Sprown natural zones:
    • Special Natural Reserve “Hell’s Gorge” (Barranco del Infierno)
  • The need to receive permission: NO

Description of route

Rock-item-this is the road-this agricultural purpose, which was used to access cultivated areas on slopes and plateaus. Basically, grain crops were grown here, as evidenced by the numerous terraces on the slope, residential buildings and a threshing floor. The road largely retains paved sections, which are especially noticeable when crossing the Barranco del Rey Gorge. It is also worth noting that Roque, together with the Anaga and Teno mountain ranges, represent the three main points where the formation of the island of Tenerife began several million years ago. The trail starts in Arona, at Cristo de la Salud square. From there we will head to the Vento area, which can be reached by the TF-511 road, about 200 to kilometer 3, going up the Camino del Viento trail on the left. The route continues along a hard-packed dirt road that turns for about 30 meters into a narrow path that crosses the Barranco de las Arenas and the Barranco de El Ancón. This way we will reach the gorge of Barranco del Rey, with steep slopes and very deep, located on the border of the regions of Arona and Adeje. Right at the entrance to this gorge, the trail descends, winding along a road that has partially retained its original paved surface. After crossing the Barranco del Rey Gorge, the pavement disappears and we have magnificent panoramic views of the coast of Granadilla, San Miguel and Arona. Soon the paved road surface reappears and the road becomes wider, climbing to the top among stone fences and terraces. Here the pavement and terraces begin to disappear, and the path narrows and goes up to the very top (Roque del Conde) with a flat orography like a plateau. nine0077

Altimeter data

For your safety, be sure to check trail conditions beforehand.

This is a supervisory body that informs about the state of the trail after any adverse weather conditions, about the availability of paths and individual sections, etc.

  • Supervisory authority: Chasna – Isora
  • Information provided by the supervisory authority: SL-TF 218 Roque del Conde

Call 112 for emergency assistance.

weather today

Maximum: 20º

Minimum: 9º

Arona . There won’t be a cloud during the entire Wednesday. The temperature regime is unchanged.

Forecast for the coming days

Remember: Prevention, communication and understanding are the main ways to avoid serious incidents.

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  1. Walk on marked trails and respect the lifestyle, privacy and property of local residents. nine0008
  2. Don’t make noise and you’ll see a lot more.
  3. Don’t leave trash behind, even organic. This will help preserve the beauty of the landscape and avoid the spread of rodents. Don’t throw away cigarette butts.
  4. Collecting plants, animals or other objects from the territory may result in the loss of irreplaceable resources.
  5. It is recommended that any incidents that occur in these protected areas be reported to the guard. To do this, you can contact

    to the Tenerife Environment Authority.

    • Phone: 922239090
    • e-mail: [email protected] Responsibly and reasonably treat hiking; be especially careful in natural areas and remember that there is always the possibility of an accident.
    • Follow signs.
    • Check the weather forecast and make sure the weather suits your plans. nine0008
    • Wear suitable clothing and footwear and be sure to pack your mobile phone, sunscreen, hat, warm and waterproof clothing, and enough water and food in your backpack.
    • Inform relatives or friends of the route you intend to take and make sure you complete your journey before dark.

How to get

90,000 Guanche monuments, sights and beaches in El Medano at Red Mountain

[notification type=”alert-success” close=”false” ]Geographic coordinates: 28°07′N 16°34′O

Altitude: 650 m

Area: 162.44 km²

Population: 40,862 (2010) Population density: 251.55 inhabitants/km²

Postcode: 38600[/notification]

The municipality of Granadilla de Abona is located in the southern part of the island of Tenerife. Its territory, replete with various landscapes, long ago belonged to the Guanches (indigenous natives of the Canary Islands), occupies the slopes of Mount Guajara (2718 m high), descending to the Atlantic Ocean. Local lands were seriously damaged by volcanic eruptions, which left indelible marks in the relief of Granadilla de Abona in the form of towering towers of solidified lava.

Mount Guajara is one of the highest volcanoes ever active in Tenerife. The so-called “Lunar landscape” was created as a result of devastating volcanic eruptions. nine0077

The imposing cone of Mount Montana Roja, also called the Red Volcano, rises on the coast.

[notification type=”alert-success” close=”false” ]At its foot lies La Mareta Lagoon, the last natural sandy beach in the province. Colonies of sea plover and other birds live here – more than a hundred species that flew here from Africa.[/notification]

The territory of the district of Granadilla de Abona was once a place of refuge for the Guanches. The local population from different districts took refuge here, fleeing from the Spanish conquistador invaders. The main center of resistance to the colonialists was located here, therefore it is in this district of Tenerife that numerous archaeological monuments of the Guanche culture are located. You can look at them in places such as: Chiñama, and in La Jaquita and Tagoror del Rey, traces of the Aboriginal heritage have been preserved in the form of cave burials. nine0077

The administrative center of Granadilla de Abona is the city of the same name with winding streets, where the traditions of the past are harmoniously combined with the modernity of the present.

Among the types of economic activity in the district, agriculture is developed: growing grapes for Canary wine, vegetables, tomatoes and flowers, as well as cereal production. In recent years, due to the influx of tourists, tourism and, accordingly, construction have been greatly developed. The largest Canarian airport, Reina Sofía, is located on the territory of the region, which also contributes to the expansion of the tourist flow. And in the town of El Médano, there is the longest beach, which has long been chosen by surfers, windsurfers and kitesurfers from all over the world. nine0077

Another center of tourism is the coastal town of Los Abrigos. This is a favorite place not only for tourists, but also for fishermen who sell their catch. There are many cozy restaurants serving fresh sea fish.

Architectural Monuments of Granadilla de Abona

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  • St. Anthony Roman Catholic Church. An old Franciscan monastery, built in 1665, burned down in a fire in 1745 and later rebuilt. Currently declared a historical and artistic value. nine0008
  • Church of San Isidro Labrador. Erected in 1675 and also included in the list of cultural values ​​of Tenerife. It contains the image of San Isidro, dated to the 17th century.
  • Charco del Pino. This is a historical site with many rock paintings and archaeological, ethnographic and anthropological objects.
  • Granadilla Historical Museum .


Natural monuments

Lunar landscape over Vilaflor is a natural area formed by influxes of solidified volcanic lava, faceted over a long time by the wind. Walking route to the lunar landscape.

La Forrest Corona Natural Park. This is the largest reserve in the Canary Islands, consisting of huge cliffs and deep valleys stretching from north to south, covered with pine forests, thickets of heather and laurel. The park occupies most of the caldera (the area around the volcano) around Mount Teide, the main volcano of Tenerife, called Caldera de Las Cañadas and is located at an altitude of 300 to 2175 meters above sea level. nine0077

Canarian pines. These ancient giant trees grow up to 2000 meters above sea level and are highly valued for their drought resistance, as they can even grow on hardened volcanic lava. Volcanic pipes deserve special mention, in which colonies of several species of bats live.

Los Derriscaderas. This is a natural monument of wind-carved rocks that form a network of rocky ravines. This fantastic landscape is the result of many years of intense volcanic activity in the south of Tenerife.