Welcome to your best holidays under the sun
With real laughs, real fun and real family moments, the hotel is located in the north of Tenerife and overlooking the beach with stunning views of the sea and El Teide.
THE ISLAND OF ETERNAL SPRING
Tenerife is located in the Atlantic Ocean, belonging to the Canary Islands (Spain), which together with La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro form part of the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
Puerto de la Cruz: precursor of tourism in the nineteenth century, now a benchmark for world tourism attracted by its unique volcanic beaches, its hotel infrastructure and the proximity to Valle de la Orotava.
- Cathedral of San Antonio de la Laguna: Built on an ancient shrine, its construction took over four centuries, from its beginnings as a Mudejar church and the addition of the 16th century dome, to the present neo gothic building finished in the early part of the 20th century.
- Church of la Concepción (San Antonio de la Laguna): The first Christian building on the island dating back to the 15th century. It underwent a reconstruction at the end of the last century that returned all the richness of its flooring, its arches and Mudejar coffered ceiling.
- Loro Park: It opened with parrots and macaws and is today the largest such park in the world but is also home now to orcas, sea lions, gorillas, chimpanzees, tigers, iguanas, and offers amazing and imaginative shows.
- Potatoes with mojo, a local sauce made from different spices
- Gofio (flour made from roasted grains)
- Cheese. The most traditional being goat’s cheese
- Chorizos. Different types of locally made chorizo (chorizo from Teror in Gran Canaria, chorizo from Chacón in Lanzarote, Palmero chorizo, etc.)
- Morcilla. In the Canary Islands they make a sweet type of morcilla (similar to black pudding), with ingredients that include potatoes, sultanas and almonds
- Baked potatoes
- Shellfish and fish
- Tropical fruits
EL TEIDE NATIONAL PARK
- The highest area in Tenerife and in Spain
- Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2008
- Considered one of the 12 Treasures of Spain
ACANTILADOS DE LOS GIGANTES (CLIFFS OF THE GIANTS)
- Volcanic basalt rocks on the west coast of Tenerife
- Colossal cliffs that hang over the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean at a height of 300 to 600 metres
- Municipality in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife which has a small port, black sandy beach and natural pools
- Located in the northwest of the island, in the region of Isla Baja which also includes the municipalities of Los Silos, Buenavista del Norte and El Tanque
- The village has the title of Villa and Puerto de Garachico
- City and municipality in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife
- The third most populous municipality in the Canary Islands and the second in Tenerife
- Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999
- A municipality in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife
- Occupies much of La Orotava Valley, at the foot of El Teide. The municipalities of Puerto de la Cruz and de Los Realejos are also located in the valley
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