In the southern part of Tenerife there is very little variation in the average temperatures between the four seasons and therefore makes an ideal destination any time during the year. The main resort in the south is Playa de Las Americas which offers a good selection of all inclusive hotels closely followed by Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos in the dryer south and Puerto del la Cruz in the greener north. The southern resorts have the best beaches with many being man-made with imported sand from the Sahara desert. If the main resorts in the south sound a little to lively for you then take a look at either the Golf Del Sur or the impressive Los Gigantes area. Nightlife lovers would be best located at Playa de Las Americas with Veronicaís being the ďin-placeĒ from dusk to dawn. Tenerife really does have something to offer all taste from discoís to tea shops and a host of other pleasures in-between.
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Playa de Las Americas offers plenty of tourist attractions like the Aqua Water Park, Sky Park, Las Aguilas del Teide, Cactus and Jungle Park. Playa Del las Americas has a mini-train that takes visitors around. There are Pubs, Fish and Chip parlours, Pizza parlours and fast food outlets - which is a delight for people who donít like Spanish Food. Las Americas is a tourist haven pure and simple, with no pretensions to be anything else. It is geared to fun, fun, fun all the way. And what's wrong with that? See more ...
Costa Adeje lays west of the lively Playa de las Americas and is conveniently close to the main airport. It is a quiet but welcoming resort with a small sandy beach and plenty of amenities at the nearby commercial centre, Fanabe. There is a good selection of hotels and apartments that are more upmarket than those at the nearby Playa de las Americas. Costa Adeje includes the districts of Callao Salvaje, Fanabe and Playa Paraiso. See more ...
Los Cristianos joins Playa de Las Americas to the east. Despite their close proximity to one another there is a distinct difference in the atmosphere of the two, especially at night. The grid-like centre is entirely pedestrianised, which is great news of course for tourists and people in a wheelchair. Los Cristianos offers beaches almost along its entire seafront expanse and there are ample shops, restaurants and things to do. See more ...
Los Gigantes is a very pretty resort about 20 miles north west of Playa de Las Americas. Los Gigantes has probably the best climate on Tenerife. It has a beautiful harbour and a small beach and everything is within 10 minutes walking distance. Near neighbours arePlaya de la Arena with most of resort life and Puerto de Santiago which also has a black volcanic sandy beach which is attractive but small. See more ...
Golf del Sur Covering about 410 acres of land, Golf del Sur is in essence a town with a golf course running through it, catering not just for the golfer but also for families who require a more up-market area, where the environment is clean and the scenery beautiful. Very close to the airport. Close by are the resorts of Costa del Silencio and Las Galletas which are about 6 miles from the airport and 4 miles from Los Cristianos. See more ...
Puerto de la Cruz is the major tourist resort in the north of the island. On a cloudless day it boasts spectacular views of the volcano Mount Teide. The town boasts many good quality hotels and plenty of bars and nightlife, but relatively little in the way of decent beaches. There is however the Lago Martianez pool complex which is right on the sea front and nearby there are the magnificent Botanical Gardens to keep you occupied. See more ...
Siam Park is a brand new record-breaking, oriental adventure in the South of Tenerife. It opened its doors for the first time during winter 07/08 and will rewrite the definition of a waterpark! Itís the largest theme park with aquatic rides in Europe. Itís the park with the longest lazy river in the world - more than a kilometre long and set on 2 different levels 8 metres apart. Itís got the largest man-made waves anywhere - up to an incredible 3metres in height Ė with its own surf school too! But itís not just about size! Siam Park brings together the exotic mystery and adventure of the ancient kingdom of Thailand with twenty first century know-how for the best thrills around. Surrounded by sub tropical vegetation and basking in the sunshine in the south of Tenerife, youíll find 14 major water attractions and 5 bars and restaurants.Siam park is the newest water park in Europe. It boasts fantastic water slides all set in a Thailand theme. Siam Park boasts the largest Thai village outside of Thailand and is set in the stunning grounds. Prices vary but roughly are £28 per adult and £18 per child. See more>>>
Aqualand Aquapark Tenerife in Costa Adeje, near Playa de las Americas offers water slides, rapids, lots of swimming pools and dolphinarium. There is a free Shuttle Bus from both the main southern Tenerife resorts. Prices start at £20 for adults and £10 for Children. See more >>>
Loro Parque is Tenerifeís very impressive wildlife park located in Puerto de la Cruz in the north of the island. You'll find a large dolphinarium, aquarium, sharks and a range of other exotic animals. A great day out for all the family.
Tropical Delphin Dolphin and Whale watching is very popular in Tenerife and boat trips can be pre-purchased at either the Los Christianos or Port Colon harbours. The trip takes around 5 hours and a buffet lunch and drinks are served.
Parque Nacional del Teide has Spainís highest mountain at 3718m. The park itself is mostly above 2000mts and is an amazing moon-like spectacle. Take the cable car to within 200 metres of the summit, where you'll enjoy outstanding views. Remember to take some warm outer clothing.
Jungle Park: If youíve never seen a White Tiger or a mythical white lion then you definitely have to visit Jungle Park and find out what they look like close up. This is a fantastic zoological and botanical park with over 75,000 m≤ of jungle, over 500 animals, walking paths with tunnels, suspension bridges, waterfalls, lagoons, and caves, as well as free flight shows featuring exotic birds and birds of prey. You will have the opportunity of enjoying all the species living in their natural habitat: Orang-utans, lions, jaguars, chimpanzees, hippopotamus, crocodiles and much more. Kids and adults wonít be disappointed.
Horse Trekking, Water Skiing, Jet Bike Hire & a Parasailing Tour can also be pre-booked by clicking here.
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There are four levels of inclusions that cover the food and drink element of the accommodation package. These are Light - Standard/Bronze - Classic/Silver and Gold/Premier. The standard programme will include three meals a day, national spirits, beer, wine, and other non-alcoholic beverages. The Standard meal plan will also include snacks that are offered at various times during the day; specific times for both snacks and beverages can be checked in the hotels details and description section. More on what's included can be seen on our all inclusive explained page.