"Treat yourself to a holiday in Playa de las Americas if you like the sound of partying until the early hours in fashionable venues, or simply relaxing on golden sands"
Pristine Playa De Las Americas Holidays
Playa De Las Americas has a stellar reputation as the party capital of Tenerife. With more bars, nightclubs and music venues that you could possibly visit in a week or two, this resort has long been a firm favourite with both the young and young at heart. Playa De Las Americas holidays involve partying all night, sleeping all day and sunbathing in between. It's also a family friendly resort however, with plenty to keep the little ones entertained and the adults relaxed. Bask in the glorious sunshine, splash in the gentle waves and eat and drink 'til your heart’s content.
Things to do in Playa de Las Americas
With over 300 days of sunshine per year, most things to do in Playa De Las Americas involve being outdoors. The resort has its own golf course and football stadium, and down on the beaches there is plenty of space for volleyball, tennis, frisbee or a leisurely stroll in the sand.
You'll have a wide choice of places to stay on holidays to Playa De Las Americas. The resort has three separate beaches all a few minutes’ walk from the commercial centre, so stay close by if you want to hop from shop to sand. The best nightlife is to be found along the Veronicas Strip and the 'Patch', where you’ll find a wealth of restaurants, bars and clubs. The resort is bordered by Los Cristianos to the east and Costa Adeje to the west, so if you're seeking some peace and quiet away from the pubs and clubs, stay on the peripheries closer to these resorts.
Bask on the Beach
Playa De Las Americas is situated on the south western coast of Tenerife, just 25 minutes from the island's airport. Shops, restaurants and fun activities are all easily reachable either by foot or a short bus or taxi ride. If you want a carefree getaway with endless sunshine, plenty of enjoyable ways to spend your day and no worries to speak of, Playa De Las Americas holidays are for you.
A visit to the Canaries also provides a prime opportunity to try some incredibly succulent and fresh seafood. The islanders have been feeding themselves on a variety of fish and shellfish for centuries, so they know a thing or two about making a tasty dish. Paella is an absolute must for any visitor.
If you're after some traditional Canarian culture and lifestyle, all you have to do is travel a short distance inland where some laid-back locals will be happy to share a story with you. The Central Park of Arona is perfect for anyone looking to swap sand for leafy trees and grass.