Los Gigantes

Los Gigantes is a resort town in the Santiago del Teide municipality on the west coast of the Canary Island Tenerife. It’s main feature are the giant rock formations, Acantilados de Los Gigantes, that rise from the sea to a height of 500-800 metres (1,640 – 2,625 ft) after which the town has been name.

Los Cristianos

Los Cristianos is a resort town situated on the south coast of the Canary Island of Tenerife. Located in the municipality of Arona between the cone of the mountain Chayofita and the greater mountain Guaza. The town centre is around the Los Cristianos bay, but is rapidly expanding inland with modern development. The town is a popular tourist resort and includes a ferry port. Nowadays however, the town offers a holiday experience, with two sandy beaches, a multitude of bars and restaurants and its year round sunny climate. There is a wealth of accommodation to suit all budgets, including hotels, self-catering apartments and timeshare resorts. There is also a wealth of excursions focused around the town's busy port including dolphin and whale watching as well as game fishing trips and party cruises.


Safari is a commercial center in the south of Tenerife, it is located on the border Los Cristianos - Playa de las Américas, 100 meters from the beach.

The Shopping Center has had great success and acceptance. Although its visitors are mostly foreigners, many local people also visit it to go to specific shops or to eat in several of its restaurants: oriental food in Teppanyaki, modern Italian food in Bianco or Canarian food in several restaurants.

Among its stores we can name brands such as Timberland, Levi's, Nike, Quicksilver or Rolex, as well as many other brands of less commercial stylists but of high quality according to the experts.

In the shopping center there are two underground car parks, one on each side, as well as a mini golf and a large number of bars and terraces.

El Teide

Mount Teide is the third highest volcanic structure and most voluminous in the world after Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea in Hawaii. It is the highest peak on the Canary Islands and in the whole of Spain.

The formation began 170,000 years ago following the giant collapse of the former volcanic edifice, which was even bigger than the one that stands today. That is how Las Cañadas caldera was formed. Today we can only see part of the escarpment because as the inside of Teide grew, it gradually filled the caldera with its materials.

Playa de las vistas

You will be surprised by this golden sand beach located in the municipality of Arona. It is ideal if you are looking for a place to rest as if water sports are your thing. Its waves are very calm, with containment dams, so it is also the perfect place for families with children. Access by car is very easy and you can also have all the necessary services on the beach. With access adapted to people with disabilities or reduced mobility .. To make it even more spectacular, the beach has a small artificial island from which a fountain comes out, which propels the sea water into the sky, creating an image that makes it only..

Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Santa Cruz de Tenerife is, since 1833, the capital of the island, and shares the capital of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands with Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It is located in the northeast of the island, where it borders San Cristóbal de La Laguna and El Rosario, and covers 150.56 km2. Its highest point is Cruz de Taborno, at 1020 meters above sea level, and it has 58 kilometers of coastline divided naturally by the Santos ravine. Conforma, next to the city of La Laguna, the metropolitan area. Its port is key in maritime communications between Europe, Africa and America, but also to the eastern Canary Islands, and receives both commercial vessels and tourist cruises.