Introducing holidays to Golf del Sur
Although predominantly a golf resort, Golf del Sur holidays have much more to offer, including panoramic views of incredible greens, blue seas and colourful villages. The 27-hole championship golf course is sure to please the largest of golf enthusiasts, but don’t let the name fool you. The location is ideal for those looking to kick back amongst the natural beauty Tenerife has to offer, as the sea is always in sight and the mountains occupy the distant skyline. Nearby shops and quaint resorts such as Costa del Silencio will ensure there are plenty of things to do that don’t involve the laid back sport on holidays in Golf del Sur.
Take a trip to Tenerife's gorgeous Golf del Sur and stay at the Sandos san Blas Resort & Golf for beautiful, grown-up holidaying - plus a truly enormous swimming pool. Alternatively, the Vincci Tenerife Golf couldn't get any closer to the sea, with picturesque steps leading down to the lapping waves.
Perhaps the most obvious attraction you’ll find among the many things to do in Golf del Sur is the 27-hole championship golf course, and with all year sunshine in southern Tenerife you’ll be hard-pressed to find a time in the year when taking the clubs out for a swing isn’t a good idea. However, delving beneath the surface you will undoubtedly uncover Golf del Sur’s true allure, that of its boundless diversity and eclectic variety, making this resort among Spain’s Canary Islands an ideal location to spend some time with friends, family or both!
Visible in the distance on holidays to Golf del Sur is Mount Teide, the highest mountain in Spain. Surrounding the mountain is a national park and a forest, displaying a variety of amazing green trees and exotic wildlife. For those hiking, the journey is filled with natural splendour preserved to be appreciated. The option to drive towards the pinnacle is available too, for those a little weary after all that golfing.
Life’s a Beach
The convenience of this particular area of the Canary Islands is the accessibility to neighbouring towns. You can sail the seas luxuriously and stop off at Los Cristianos to laze on the lovely beach for a quick picnic or an extended family stay. If you’re in search of autonomy you can hire a boat and explore the seas yourself, head to the Tenerife Nautical Center in Costa Adeje where you can rent a multitude of boats and jet skis to get up close and personal with dolphins.
If you fancy a contrast after a day of sampling the local cuisine and taking it easy at Golf del Sur, you can make your way to the vibrant town of Playa de las Americas. Here you can sip on fruity cocktails at trendy pubs and lavish bars, or dance the night away at one of the many vibrant clubs along the main strip. If the hedonism has left you a little worse for wear the next day, you can lounge on the luxurious beach and absorb the beautiful surroundings abundant in this town.