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Scenic San Miguel

San Miguel holidays will allow visitors to engage in the beautiful countryside of Tenerife, dotted by agricultural sites and mountainous scenes. Among the most visited of the Canary Islands, your trip to San Miguel will expose you to the myriad of attractions that tourists pine for when paying a visit to Tenerife. Surrounded by majestic scenery, hikers will revel in the gems around San Miguel – just don’t forget your walking boots. To the south, west and east, you’ll never be too far from the island’s wonderful coastline, serving beach bums comprehensively.

Meanwhile, golfers will feel a particular lure for visiting this area as it is in close proximity to some fantastic golf courses, included the most famous on the island, Golf del Sur, while Amarilla Golf Club is another haven for those that brought their clubs along for the ride.

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Top hotels in San Miguel

Sun Bay Villas
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Sun Bay Villas
Sun Bay Villas

San Miguel, Tenerife

from £358pp
Eco Finca Vistabonita
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Eco Finca Vistabonita
Eco Finca Vistabonita

San Miguel, Tenerife

from £203pp
Hotel Rural 4 Esquinas
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Hotel Rural 4 Esquinas
Hotel Rural 4 Esquinas

San Miguel, Tenerife

from £371pp
Hotel Rural San Miguel
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Hotel Rural San Miguel
Hotel Rural San Miguel

San Miguel, Tenerife

from £429pp

At a glance

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish
  • Time Zone: GMT +0
  • Average flight time: 4h 35m

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An Outdoor Haven

You can’t embark on holidays to San Miguel and not embrace the multitude of outdoor pursuits that await you. Whether you choose to explore the valleys, mountains and nature reserves on foot, or get active in the clear blue water, there’ll always be an element of adventure to your getaway on Tenerife. Go for a day of trekking through the sublime San Blas Nature Reserve, or go big and visit the stunning Teide National Park. For those not so keen to get on their feet, you can hop on the back of a pony and explore the beautiful Canarian Countryside at a more relaxing pace.

Beach bums should look to one of the island’s vibrant and alluring resorts, with Playa de la Americas often high on the list. Located to the west of San Miguel, the long strip of sand, blue water and lively nightlife will ensure a continual atmosphere of excitement at this resort. Neighbouring Playa de la Americas is the equally-vibrant resort of Los Cristianos, while for those that choose to head southeast in search of beach beauty, the resort of El Medano will provide a more tranquil beach break for those seeking a little slice of peace and quiet.