Lively, sun-kissed and completely designed for holidaymakers. The Playa de las Americas will show you a good time, this purpose built resort is for all tastes and all ages.
Beach-lovers can take their pick from one of the six endless sandy beaches and sunbathe year round in the average temperatures of 25°C. To add a bit of life to your holiday, get active with a round of golf, hike up to the surrounding mountains or if you want to get off dry land, hop aboard a yacht and go whale and dolphin spotting for the kind of experience that you never forget.
If you’d rather wait for the sun to go down, then fear not. Playa de las Americas comes alive at night. ‘The Strip’ and ‘The Patch’ areas are home to loads of buzzing bars, restaurants and clubs. It’s all you could want for an amazing night.
Keep the kids busy with a day out at Aqualand for their fill of flumes, slides, pools and dolphin shows, or take them go-karting on the out skirts of the resort.
Away from the sand and water slides, bargain hunters will have a field day. Packed full of duty-free shopping outlets, a savvy shopper is bound to find a great deal or two. If shopping is not your idea of fun, then decamp to the golf course. Keen golfers will be ecstatic to hear that Playa De Las Americas boasts the biggest course on the Island. If you’ve come with the kids in tow - you can take them to one of the many crazy-golf and mini-golf courses nearby.
The flash welcome you’ll get in Costa Adeje is a change from the laid back greeting of Playa de las Americas. Popular with the rich and famous, this little corner of luxury suits the discerning traveller. Everything here is five-star - Blue Flag beaches, high-end accommodation and designer shops.
Don’t miss out on the must-see attraction in the resort - the 200 metre high Barranco del Infierno waterfall. Following the scenic trail, you will hike past protected flora and fauna, an old mill and some fantastic viewpoints.
Postcard perfect, remember to take your camera to Los Cristianos to capture the harbour. Yachts, ferries and glass-bottom boats come and go from Los Cristianos’ port, while luxury apartment blocks and restaurants decorate the picturesque seafront.
Pack your bucket and spade for a visit to one of the town’s two beaches which are overlooked by the impressive volcanic peak of Mount Guaza. Or take it easy and explore the shops in the town centre.
Guia de Isora
Guia de Isora is typical sleepy Tenerife. The traditional town is breath-taking - lying between the mountains and the sea. If you want to relax, then you’ve come to the right resort. Quiet with old-fashioned charm, this resort is ideal for couples looking for a holiday escape. Be prepared to be wowed by the dramatic volcanic scenery of Mount Teide because this resort sits right on it.
Down by the sea is Playa San Juan, home to a small harbour and two beaches that have dark, volcanic sand and pebbles, as well as a cute cove.
Exploring Playa De Las Americas...
If you want to go big, then go Mount Teide. Less than an hour away from Playa De Las Americas, this volcano is one of the largest in the world. When it comes to climbing this peak, you have the choice. If you’re full of energy you can hike up the trail or take the easier path via the cable car.
We recommend that you visit Mount Teide during sunrise or sunset because this is when you can watch the sky change tones and light reflect off the volcanic rock and lava.
Proof that you’re never too old for theme parks, Siam Park is the high energy themed water park built for children and adults. As the biggest water park in Tenerife, you won’t be surprised by the amount of slides and flumes. But don’t be put off by the slides with names like Tower of Power, The Dragon and the Mekong Rapids, because after the first ride you’ll be left wanting more. Set in a tropical paradise with a lush, green and tranquil surroundings, this Thai themed Adventureland isn’t to be missed.
If you want to dry off and get away from all the excitement then wander around the meandering paths where Koi Carp swim beneath the wooden walkways. Meanwhile, nearby Loro Parque is home many exotic animals including sea lions.
Playa De Las Americas
Ready to hit the beach? You’re spoilt for choice with beaches in Playa de las Americas. There’s six to choose from and all are a water baby’s heaven. The beaches here are sandy with calm, shallow waters so your kids can play in safety.
Board-lovers must head to Playa de Guincho which is popular with surfers and windsurfers. Don’t expect to sunbathe here as the beach is a bit rocky. The conditions at Playa Honda are also ideal for surfers and the best on the island, whilst divers will find the waters perfect off Playa de las Vistas beach. If you don’t have all the gear, no worries, you can also hire equipment here.
Nightlife in Playa De Las Americas
It turns out that the ‘party mile’ is fairly well named. Along the Veronicas Strip are plenty of lively clubs and bars where you can get the best out of Playa De Las Americas’ nightlife.
Start the party early at the Kaluna Beach Club and listen to DJs during the day from a heated infinity pool.
Don’t forget the sunsets here are unmissable. Head to one of the popular beach clubs, like Monkey Beach and Papagayo at Playa de Troya and watch the sun go down over the clear blue waters. Cocktail in hand…
Holidays in Playa De Las Americas are made for everyone. Whether you’re looking for fun activities with the family, want a relaxing beach holiday with your loved one or you’re in a group on a clubbing holiday, Playa De Las Americas will deliver. From hikes up huge mountains to hidden traditional villages, you will find can create the perfect stay.
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