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Note: You can directly book the best price if your travel dates are available, all discounts are already included. In the following house description you will find all information about our listing. 3-room apartment 80 m2. Partly renovated in 2021, practical and comfortable furnishings: open living/dining room with 1 double sofabed (190 cm, length 140 cm), digital TV and fan. 1 room with 1 double bed (190 cm, length 150 cm). 1 room with 2 beds (90 cm, length 190 cm). Open kitchen (oven, 4 ce...
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All About Los Cristianos
One of the most popular destinations in the Canary Islands, Los Cristianos lies on the south coast of Tenerife in a wide bay with a backdrop of volcanic mountains. It's known for its pristine beaches, charming fishing harbour, year-round sunshine, and wonderful local attractions. The town has made a great effort to ensure that all new development matches the feel of the original architecture. The golden beach of Los Cristianos offers a host of water activities, including windsurfing, diving, jet skis, banana boats, and sailing. There are excursions available from the beach such as sailing trips, pleasure cruises, glass bottom boats, diving, and ferries to the smaller nearby island of La Gomera. There is also a lovely promenade that runs all the way along the beach to the neighbouring resort of Playa de las Americas, which has a fun nightlife scene.
How do I get around Los Cristianos?
The closest airport to Los Cristianos is Tenerife South Airport (TFS). Once you land, getting to your holiday apartment in Los Cristianos is very easy as the airport is only a 14-minute drive or bus ride away. Once in town, Los Cristianos is small enough to walk. But if you’d like to go farther afield, there is an efficient network of buses that the locals call guaguas that travel throughout the island. Although there are no car share services available on the island, there are taxis, which are useful for short trips.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Los Cristianos?
Due to its temperate subtropical climate, there is really no bad time to visit Los Cristianos. High season on the island is January to April, with warm, sunny days and balmy nights. September is also one of the nicest months to visit as the island is less busy and the weather and ocean are still warm. Winter temperatures are still fairly mild; there’s a small amount of rain, particularly in the north, October through March, but very minimal rainfall on the coast. Some standout events in Los Cristianos are a festival in January in honour of San Antonio Abad (the patron saint of lost things), a Carnival celebration in March, and a food and wine festival in November.
What are the top things to do in Los Cristianos?
One of the smallest of the Canary Islands, La Gomera is a scenic 60-minute ferry ride from Los Cristianos. From a distance La Gomera appears as an impenetrable fortress ringed with soaring rock walls. Up close, the rough landscape translates into lush valleys, awe-inspiring cliffs, glittering black-pebble beaches, and bold rock formations sculpted by volcanic activity and erosion. Come to enjoy the hiking trails that weave across the spectacular laurisilva (laurel) forests of Garajonay.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
A visit to the capital of Tenerefe, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is a great way to experience island life. The Canaries' biggest public square — Plaza de España — is terrific for people-watching. The Auditorio de Tenerife overlooking the plaza is a huge auditorium and a nice place to view an opera, concert, or other performance. There are also a few museums worth your attention, including the contemporary art-filled Tenerife Espacio de las Artes.
Situated in the middle of Tenerife, about 45 minutes from Costa Adeje, Mount Teide stands 3,718 meters above sea level and is the world’s third-largest volcano and Spain’s highest peak. It last erupted back in 1909, which created a landscape of craters, volcanoes, and rivers of petrified lava. There’s a cable car to the top, or you can also hike up one of the trails. Surrounding Mount Teide is Teide National Park, the largest park on the Canary Islands, a geological treasure featuring volcanoes, craters, vents, and lava flows.