Picturesque Playa de la Arena
The gentle pace of Playa de la Arena welcomes holidaymakers in search of peace and beauty, next to some of the livelier towns on the scorching island of Tenerife. The allure of the Canary Islands is evident and to be taken advantage of on Playa de la Arena Holidays. The sedate resort is a dream for those looking to relax and gaze at the beautiful sites Tenerife has to offer. Restaurants and bars will complete your stay with a multisensory experience - the smell and the taste is enough to extend your stay. When you’re looking for adventure and panoramic views nearby national parks will be sure to appease, while the neighbouring resorts such as Los Gigantes feature bars and clubs if you want a livelier atmosphere.
Playa de la Arena Attractions
If you're trying to put together a travel itinerary for your next holiday to Playa de la Arena this short guide will provide an overview of the activities you should try and sights you should see in this fantastic holiday destination.
Astounding Atmospheres and Surrounding Beauty
One of the things that makes Holidays in Playa de la Arena special are the collective sedate atmosphere, but also because of the beautiful beach on offer, which extends to Puerto de Santiago. Traditional golden sand is exchanged for black due to the volcanic surroundings, which makes the accompanying green palm trees and grassy knolls even more striking. The volcanic mountains are exposed when relaxing on the beach, defining the distant skyline of Playa de la Arena. The distant skyline can be closely inspected if you’re looking for a dose of adventure. Head inland towards Mount Teide where you can explore the national park, culminating in the highest mountain in Spain, which is still an active volcano and a must-see on you Playa de la Arena Holidays. The enormous park also consists of a forest, ideal for families in search of fun and adventure amongst exotic plants and foreign species. A short drive down the promenade will bring you to Los Cristianos, where you can stroll across the harbour and sample some of the fresh cuisine. The port town also offers a luxurious beach with traditional golden sand and plenty of attractions, particularly for the little ones. Take a trip to Siam Park where the kids can splash up a storm on holidays in Playa de la Arena. The waterpark features grandiose water slides and relaxing areas for the adults attempting to keep up. The Monkey Park will also have exciting consequences, as visitors can get up close and personal with endangered species from the south of Tenerife.