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Playa De Las Americas Holidays

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Tenerife holidays

Energetic beach resort in Tenerife

Days of soaking up the sun on spectacular beaches and nights spent dancing till the break of dawn – Playa de las Americas holidays offer round-the-clock fun. There are no fewer than five different beaches to choose from at this bustling resort. The main affair, Playa de Troya, is a huge stretch of soft white sand that meets calm, turquoise water. Hours can be whiled away here, building sandcastles with the kids or relaxing under the shade of a parasol with a cocktail in hand.

There are also fashion boutiques to shop at, and great restaurants with cuisine options to please all the family. In the evenings, the resort really comes alive, with a multitude of clubs, cocktail lounges, themed bars, traditional pubs, casinos and karaoke spots to let your hair down, making this the party capital of Tenerife. One thing’s for sure – you’ll never be short of things to do on holidays to Playa de las Americas.

Your Playa de las Americas questions, answered

Almost everywhere you look. Serious party animals should head to Veronica’s Strip, the Patch or the Starco Centre for the biggest and best bars and clubs.
Sun-worshippers and kids should make for the golden sands and shallow waters of Playas Troya and Camison. For adventure, Playa Honda is a water sports hub, with good surf plus equipment for hire.
It’s amazing. The Safari mall has branded fashion and accessories, plus fun restaurants. Avenida de las Americas, nicknamed ‘the Golden Mile’, is a promenade of thronging boutiques and busy bars.

Best things to do in Playa de las Americas

See a show

Be sure to get tickets for the famous Piramide de Arona, one of Tenerife’s largest auditoriums with spectacular music and dance shows performed throughout the year.

Catch a wave

Head to one of the surf schools on Playa Honda and get a taste of southern Tenerife’s awesome waves. There’s equipment for hire, and they offer lessons to suit for all abilities.

Visit a water park

Families should head to neighbouring Adeje for a day at Siam water park. This Thai-themed adventure haven is home to a host of slides, rides, wave pools, a lazy river and flumes.