Next to the San Blas Environmental Reserve
8 outdoor swimming pools
Facing the coast of Morocco, the island of Tenerife enjoys a wonderful climate, its own gastronomy and landscapes full of nature. Wearing its famous Carnival as its emblem, the largest of the Canary Islands has become the favourite destination of travellers who visit Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Tenerife searching for the eternal summer and an unconventional experience.
Each part of Tenerife provides contrasts; from the natural pools of the north, like those of Garachico, formed by volcanic eruptions; or the natural expanse of the Teide National Park. This geological monument, among the most impressive in the world, was formed by lava flows and volcanic cones, with the imposing Teide peak as the protagonist.
On the coast, there are beaches and coves to suit all tastes. Las Teresitas, located a few kilometres from Santa Cruz de Tenerife, has fine golden sand; while in the south, the beaches are composed of volcanic sand and are surrounded by fun activities good eating. This is the case with the Acantilado de los Gigantes, where the wonderful views of the rocky wall penetrate the sea offer a unique setting that can be enjoyed from Barceló Hotels & Resorts in Tenerife and their thoroughly local plans to get to know the essence of the island.
There is also no lack of theme parks for thrill seekers. In Puerto de la Cruz, Loro Parque attracts visitors from all over the world, as does Siam Park, the water park with adrenaline-charged attractions.
Tenerife has its own gastronomy inherited from the Guanches, the first inhabitants of the Canary Islands. Wrinkly potatoes, gofio, cheeses, fish and the tasty bienmesabe dessert fill the plates with rich flavours. To try the most homemade dishes you have to go to one of the ‘guachinches’ that are spread around the island.
Discover an island to suit all tastes from the comfort of our hotels in Tenerife: a paradise within your reach.