Hotel in Tenerife from 22 € person/night – Parque San Antonio, Alua Hotels
Book your stay from 22 € person/night at hotel Parque San Antonio, located in the peaceful area of Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife.
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Interesting places in Tenerife
In the north of Tenerife and close to the city of La Laguna, Tegueste has an historic centre that has been labelled a Place of Cultural Interest. Not all towns can pride themselves on this honour, but the unique nature of its historic and artistic collections more than justifies this title. Situated between ravines and close to the Anaga Rural Park – a natural treasure of Tenerife – this town has evolved into a reference point for wine tourism and its rural landscape is a veritable sea of vineyards.
Visit bodegas and discover Tegueste's history
Getting to know the history of this picturesque town is about going deeper into its wine tourism. Through the local tourism office, you can book a place on guided wine tours, which will bring you to the agricultural corners of the town and, to the bodegas where the town’s excellent wines are produced. Tegueste also has a complete network of well-signposted nature trails which will bring you to the most important sites of interest such as the emblematic foundational site of the town at La Arañita or the interpretation and ethnographic centre at Casa de los Zamoranos.
El Ancón beach
In the summer months, there are few walks along the coast of northern Tenerife that are so enjoyable, with such stunning views and with such a delightful destination. It may be smaller, but El Ancón beach in La Orotava, is by no means inferior to its adjacent sister beach, Los Patos. Located in the protected area of El Rincón, the walk down to its black volcanic sand is an incredible experience, passing through banana plantations, cliffs and the vineyards of the famous Malvasia wine. The end reward is a wonderfully refreshing dip in the ocean.
A beach with wonderful views and towering cliffs in La Orotava
To get to the beach, the best thing to do is to leave the car near the last bus stop. From there, turn right and take an easy walk – there's no risk of getting yourself lost – until reaching the pristine beach about 25 minutes away. On the way you’ll pass by an attractive house with a chapel that draws plenty of attention due to its location. Another option is to take the pathway from the adjacent town of Santa Úrsula. Once on the beach enjoy the tranquillity, the warm sand and the unique views opposite the cliffs.
Located in the north of the island of Tenerife, San Cristobal de La Laguna was the first city established in the Canary Islands and to date is the only one to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its colonial architecture, the linear layout of its streets – created in the 15th Century without protective outer walls – and a large pedestrianised shopping area, all combine to give a distinctive feel to this ancient university city, whose historic streets offer visitors an unforgettable experience.
Family walks amongst palaces, churches and convents
What most stands out among La Laguna’s old town is the large number of churches and other historic religious buildings, which offer visitors the chance to enjoy its historical and artistic sites, combined with a stop-off in some of its many tapas bars. Among the buildings open to the public are the neoclassical cathedral, La Iglesia del Cristo, the palaces of Nava and Salazar and the convents of Santa Catalina and of Santa Clara. La Laguna is well worth a visit.