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Playa Ajabo Beach
Located on the southwest coast of Tenerife in the
municipality of Adeje: This area is promoted with the definition Costa
- Adeje to differentiate themselves from the tourist resort of Playa de
Las Americas, just 10km away.
|Sunshine all year round
Tenerife Canary Islands
Tenerife Canary Islands Callao Salvaje
|Dance the night away
at Callao Salvaje
|Where's good for nightlife on Tenerife Canary Islands Callao Salvaje?
Playa de las Americas is hopping at night with bars, discos, restaurants and flamenco displays and it's not for those of faint heart. Los Cristianos and Puerto de la Cruz are a little more sedate.
La Laguna's current incarnation as a Canaries University town means there is no shortage of nightlife, and is perfect for a bit of bar-hopping.
What's the food like on Tenerife Canary Islands Callao Salvaje?
There are plenty of cheap eats if you want the chips-with-everything type menu or the ubiquitous pizza, but for a few pounds more you can get excellent fish dishes.
Canarians dine late - 9pm at the earliest. Their cuisine has many influences including Spanish, Latin American and Muslim. Many dishes will be served in a mojo sauce which is spicy and made with red chilli peppers.
What should I buy on Tenerife Canary Islands Callao Salvaje?
Take advantage of Tenerife's status as a tax haven, which makes electronic goods a particular bargain along with perfume, tobacco and alcohol.
Local crafts include leather, linen tablecloths and jewellery. Santa Cruz is the place to shop, with more than just tourist stores.
What is there for children to do on Tenerife Canary Islands Callao Salvaje?
Kids will marvel at the lunar landscapes of Las Canadas national park. Loro Parque in Puerto de la Cruz has a dolphinarium and other sea life as well as such creatures as crocodiles and flamingoes.
Visit a banana plantation and find out how they are grown at Bananera El Guanche near Puerto.Callao Salvaje
Tourist office Tenerife Canary Islands Callao Salvaje
Spanish National Tourist Office, 22-23 Manchester Square, London, W1M 5AP. Tel. 020 7486 8077. Brochure line: 09063 640630 (60p per minute).
The island of Tenerife is served by Tenerife North Airport (TFN) and Tenerife South Airport (TFS).
Rodeos Airport (north), the smaller of the two, is located near the metropolitan area Santa Cruz-La Laguna (423.022 people). It serves inter-insular flights as well as national and European flights, and for the last two years, a weekly service to Venezuela. Reina Sofía Airport (south) is the busiest Airport in Tenerife, ranking 7th in Spain. It typically serves the mass of regular and charter flights constantly arriving from most of Europe.
As it is an island, the only other way to arrive on Tenerife is by ferry, either to Santa Cruz de Tenerife or Los Cristianos, near Playa de Las Américas.
A network consisting of two fast, toll-free motorways (TF1 and TF5) encircles nearly the entire island, linking all the main towns and resorts with the metropolitan area. The exception is in the west from Adeje to Icod de los Vinos, which is traversed by a smaller winding mountain road. However, plans are now afoot to complete the motorway, which is causing heavy debate between the environmentalists and the local businessmen, though works are to start in early 2007. This, however, pales in comparison to the heated discussions concerning the planned port in Granadilla, which is now in the hands of Brussels.
Away from the major motorways, there is a network of secondary and communal roads, varying from wide to steep, winding narrow roads, mainly unlit and often with drops either side of the main carriageway surface.
Public transport on the island is provided by an extensive network of buses and run by TITSA, who operate a fleet of modern, air-conditioned buses which, generally, run on time. Plans for a light-rail network linking the capital with the South have been approved by both the Tenerife Council and the Canary Islands Government, for Grand Canary and Tenerife, though the discussion with the central Spanish Government hinges now on budget.
A hire car is sometimes the best option for discovering the remote wilderness regions. Reputable companies include Autoreisen and ORCAR. TITSA buses cover most of the island and the buses are fairly frequent. A BONO travel card is a good idea if you intend to spend some time travelling on the buses as they can save 50-70% on journey costs. Only one card is needed by any number in a group and can be bought at bus stations as well as some tobacconists.
The metropolitan Area formed by Santa Cruz and La Laguna will be served by the Tranvía de Tenerife (Tenerife Tram) working in early 2007, after 3 years of intensive works.
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UK Office 0871-2844-683 (Calls are at the UK National rate)
Spanish Holidays direct from the Villa and Apartment owners on Tenerife at Callao Salvaje and is ideally situated to explore the island, as the motorway network which links the island is close by whether you want to head north to the Tiede National park, or head to the busy resorts of the south. For golf lovers, the nearest course is at Costa Adeje, at just a 5 minute drive away. Callao Salvaje is a ten minute drive to the north of Playa de las Americas on the west coast of Tenerife. Once a quiet fishing village, the resort has blossomed in recent years and is becoming a very popular low key resort. the resort centre with hotels, bars, banks, restaurants, a pharmacy, doctors and supermarkets etc. There is a small friendly french bakers nearby that we highly recommend for all your fresh bread and cakes. On the sea front there is a small beach with a mixture of shingle and black sand. The bright lights and beach activity of Playa de las Americas is close, and closer still are the stunning sandy beaches at Fañabe.Canary Islands,from Spanish Holidays Canary Islands Tenerife Callao Salvaje Spain,