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Perfection in Playa Paraiso

This seaside community promotes a laidback pace of life with neighbouring islands providing all the hustle and bustle you need in the evenings - the best of both worlds is truly on offer. Playa Paraiso attracts couples and families all year round thanks to a climate that makes the Canary Islands so popular. But of course it’s not the climate alone that contributes to the allure, as Playa Paraiso holidays offer beauty and photogenic landscapes in abundance. The purpose built Tenerife resort has a stunning golden beach as well as a saltwater lido sheltered by the mountains and graceful green trees – your dreams of paradise just became a reality.

Most popular hotels in Playa Paraiso

Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife
Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife
Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife

Playa Paraiso, Tenerife

from £689 pp
Adrian Hoteles Roca Nivaria GH Tenerife
Adrian Hoteles Roca Nivaria GH Tenerife
Adrian Hoteles Roca Nivaria GH Tenerife

Playa Paraiso, Tenerife

from £676 pp

At a glance

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Spanish
  • Time Zone: GMT +0
  • Average flight time: 4h 15m

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Playa Paraiso Attractions

Holidays in Tenerife are a great choice for fun for the whole family, and groups will love the nightlife. With an unlimited list of great things to do and see we can help you make the most of your holiday to Playa Paraiso.

Family Fun and Amazing Attractions

If a break from a busy lifestyle is what you’re after then Playa Paraiso is sure to provide. The seaside town may be small, but the resort is designed to accommodate those in search of escapism. The nearby community Callao Salvaje hosts similar attractions, and the same can be said about La Caleta, which features an amazing national park amongst a quaint fishing village. If you’re with the family in search of adventure on holidays in Playa Paraiso, the Siam Park waterpark is a must visit. The location hosts elaborate designs including themed spaces such as the Mai Tai River, and with dinosaurs and dragons overlooking certain slides. If you can’t keep up with the youthful energy, you can visit the teahouses and restaurants, or even kick back on Siam Beach. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in nature, you can explore the depths of the sea via a snorkelling excursion. Scuba schools cater for beginners to make sure everyone has the opportunity to come face to face with the underwater unknown. Playa Paraiso also offers the chance for holidaymakers to hike through the solidified lava of active volcano Mount Teide, the highest mountain in Spain. Appreciate the views of Tenerife from this incredible vantage point with the surrounding national park adding to the awe on holidays to Playa Paraiso. If you’d prefer to admire the volcano from afar, the national park leads to the quaint village of Vilaflor, where you can grab some authentic food and local wine. If you venture even further, you’ll reach Playa de las Americas, the counterpart to Playa Paraiso’s sedateness. Here you can dance the night away among locals and tourists to the contemporary and nostalgic sounds that make the resort so popular.