Romantic Getaway with buffet breakfast, Glass of cava on arrival and more – Royal Garden Villas
Surprise your loved one and choose the perfect destination for a moment together. Treat your partner to a romantic getaway at Royal Garden Villas.
– Glass of cava on arrival
– Buffet breakfast in our Restaurant
– Unlimited spa circuit
– 1 Romantic evening meal for 2 persons (drinks not included)
– 1 Relaxing massage 25mins per person
– 1 Couple Sensuality bath in the ‘spa room’.
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Must see in Tenerife
Buenavista del Norte
Buenavista is the last northern town in Tenerife; the road ends here, beyond which all you find is the rocky fortress of the Teno Mountains. But the charm of this northern village is not only about its stunning scenery – it was declared a site of Cultural Interest for its historic streets and for the numerous examples of small traditional houses which combine different traditional styles brought in by the Spanish conquerors.
A walk through ancient streets and plazas
Your visit should begin at the church and the Plaza de los Remedios, a meeting point for locals. Around the square you can see buildings from the 16th and 17th Centuries, which have been restored with great care and which give the town centre its stamp of individuality. In the main streets there are small tiled houses, like the Calle el Chorro, at the end of which you can find the old public laundry sites, of great ethnographic value. To finish your visit, you simply must stop by the awarding winning cake shop El Aderno.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Located in the north-east of the island of Tenerife, the capital bears the marks of the passing of time and a history spanning more than five centuries. Founded on May 3, 1494 by the Castilian, Alonso Fernández de Lugo, it soon became a key port on the trade route between Europe and the Americas. Lined with churches and historic buildings, the plazas Principe, Weyler, San Francisco and Candelaria are picturesque spots to visit.
Tenerife’s most important bay, with churches, markets and historic streets
The bay of Santa Cruz de Tenerife reflects its maritime past with historical buildings such as the Concepción Church and the Palacio de Carta. Dating from the early 20th Century is the García Sanabria Park, which borders the Toscal neighbourhood. The market of Nuestra Señora de África with its graceful colonial ambience, attracts visitors every Sunday, keen to explore its popular antiques market. Traditional bars and eateries can be found in the popular Calle de la Noria, which is also home to the headquarters of some of Tenerife’s most important groups of carnival street musicians.
Puerto de la Cruz
Located in the north of the island of Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz was one of the first places in the world to attract the burgeoning international tourist trade of the late 18th Century. The former port of La Orotava, it is home to historical sites such as the old customs house (now an art museum) and the area around the plaza del Charco. The San Telmo promenade and the fishing district of La Ranilla, as well as the swimming pools of Lago Martiánez – created by the artist César Manrique in 1977 – situated between the Martiánez and Jardín beaches, are also a must-see.
A popular destination for nature lovers for a peaceful holiday
With its long history of distinguished visitors such as Humboldt or Berthelot and its world famous wines cited in Shakespeare’s plays, Puerto de la Cruz now promotes itself as an ideal place for a peaceful holiday. It also has a large range of shops and a reputation for international gastronomy. A cultural tour should include visits to the Anglican church and cemetery and also the churches of la Peña de Francia and San Francisco.