Holidays to Costa del Silencio

Costa del Silencio

This wonderful resort sits on the south of Tenerife, tucked away like a secretive paradise, ideal for those in search of escapism, solitude and beauty. The Canary Islands showcase many well know attractions, but the uniqueness of the archipelago is the undiscovered nooks and crannies that many lucky holidaymakers come across. Costa del Silencio holidays features much of this undiscovered splendour, as the resort doesn’t attract the masses like Playa de las Americas does. A visit to Tenerife’s most popular tourist resort is highly plausible however, as the town is only a short drive away.

Costa del Silencio Attractions

Holidays in Tenerife have so much to offer you might struggle to fit it all in. So we've put together a selection of great things to do and see to make sure you have the best holiday possible

Reclining and Dining

The vibrant colours are a huge highlight on Costa del Silencio holidays, as the rich green landscape compliments the deep blue sea, creating a welcomed contrast. There may not be golden sand for you to dig your toes into, but the pebbles are equally as comfortable, whether you’re with the family or your loved one. If it’s a family holiday you’re on it’s worth making the trip to Los Cristianos, as the resort features a monkey park and a medieval adventure at Castillo San Miguel – perfect for the young and young at heart. Relaxation should be near the top of your things to do list on holidays to Costa del Silencio, as the beach serves as the main attraction. You can appease your sense of adventure however, as water sports are on offer, as are sailing trips if you’d like a closer look at the sea. If you’re a keen golfer, the Golf del Sur in Santa Cruz de Tenerife is a must visit as the views alone are enough to convert the most adverse. Dining al fresco is another advantage of the climate of the Canary Islands. Restaurants on holidays in Costa del Silencio include international cuisine and food local to Tenerife, such as fresh fish and seafood, wrinkly potatoes and the superb native wine. If you’d prefer a picnic on the beach, the nearby Las Galletas has cosy sand and a popular promenade.