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Classy, chic, and Latin
A real classy joint, Achaman is also an exclusively Spanish environment, with the club’s interior décor made up in a groovy, almost futuristic yet distinctly Latino style. The atmosphere is friendly, the place looks very, very clean, and the clientele are always dressed to impress.
Achaman is a place for people to let themselves go and dance to exclusively Latin sounds, mainly Merengue and Salsa, all night long. Achaman is only open on Wednesday and Thursday nights, from 1am until 5.30am in the morning.
Dominated by Tenerife’s 3rd biggest city, Gransadilla de Abona, the Abona area is where visitors will likely arrive at the Island’s main airport. Sun lovers will adore the many fine beaches here like those of el Médano or La Tejita. Meanwhile the agriculture of San Miguel and the nearby touristic paradise of Arona, show visitors a well rounded view of Tenerife life. Further inland, natural wonders like the crystal waters of Vilaflor, and incomparable vistas of Teide National Park await.Find out more about Abona
Anaga is the largest neighborhood of Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife being the largest municipality therein. Situated at the Northernmost tip of the Island, visitors to this area will enjoy some of the most important sites here including; Castillo de San Andres, Teresitas Beach, the Anaga Massif, and many more iconic places. Nightlife, outdoor adventures like surfing and diving, a whole world of activities awaits tourists and locals at Tenerife’s most populous and popular destinations.Find out more about Anaga
Characterized by a rugged coastline and growing wine production capacity, the Arico area of Tenerife is the least commercialized part of the Island. Most visitors choose Arico for the villa rentals along the seashore, which offer Tenerifes most secluded and hassle free accommodations. The area is also a significant historical area, well as a great place to find superb cheeses and other agricultural products. Don’t expect a thriving nightlife, but do expect a laid back vacation atmosphere here.Find out more about Arico
Buenavista del Norte, outstanding for diversity of landscape and touristic activities, is one of the best kept secrets of these Islands. Anchored in tradition, the beautiful settlements along this part of the Tenerife coast are as fascinating as they are picturesque and quaint. Be sure and visit Valle del Palmar, Teno Alto, Masca and Los Carrizales, places of undeniable charm and beauty. When you tire of photo ops and sightseeing, world class golf and a thriving nightlife are at hand too.Find out more about Buenavista del Norte
One of Tenerife’s least populated but most picturesque areas, Isora boasts some of the Island’s finest beaches and best sightseeing gems. For those who love to fish, swim, or just lap up the sun, this may be the best place for it on Tenerife. Great weather, with fewer crowds make for uncluttered enjoyment. Agricultural by nature, tourists will also find some of the best restaurants fed by produce from nearby. Be sure and visit Playa de San Juan and especially Guía de Isora while in the area.Find out more about Isora
La Octavia consists of more coastal villages and beautiful countryside, as well as several Tenerife beach playgrounds. More than a fifth of the population of the Island work and play in this area. Fantastic vineyards, secluded beaches, fine restaurants and bars, towns like San Juan de la Rambla and others, this area is still a touristic hot spot. The neighborhood is somewhat dominated by the resort city of Puerto de la Cruz, where you’ll find anything and everything an Island traveler needs.Find out more about La Octavia
Parque Nacional del Teide is centered around the Teide-Pico Viejo stratovolcano. At 3,718 m, the volcano is the highest peak in all Spain, and the world’s third largest volcano. The park’s spectacular environment, made up of diverse geological, botanical, and wildlife specie, offers visitors a wondrous visual to behold from almost anywhere on Tenerife. The park also stands as a living laboratory for understanding how geological processes effect the evolution of oceanic Islands.Find out more about Parque Nacional del Teide
Santa Ursula owes its name to the township at its center. Once famous for the aboriginal presence in the area, the picturesque countryside here once again appeals to the outdoors type visiting Tenerife. Primarily an agricultural area, this neighborhood too offers beaches and secluded sightseeing for visitors. In the North of this area, tourists will find historic La Victoria de Acentejo, for the Spanish victory here in 1494,more commercial and perhaps more interesting as well.Find out more about Santa Ursula
The Taraconte region consists of the Taraconte township, the picturesque surrounding agricultural areas, and the town of El Sauzal. Famous for the wines, this area is also one of the best places on the Island for getting a feel for the locals. Be sure and also sample the unique honey rum of this region. Primarily farmland and vineyards, the small village of El Sauzal is nonetheless famous for its scenery, the view from the cliffs there being one of the most breathtaking in the Canary Islands.Find out more about Taraconte
The Tegueste area of Tenerife is another agricultural area dominated by scenic pastures, mountain landscapes, and of course picturesque and lagged coastline. Not as touristic as some of its neighbor areas, it is nevertheless well worth spending some sightseeing time, if just to sample some local wildflowers or produce. Expect to find Canarian village life in tact here, and be sure and enjoy the central Plaza de San Marcos, as well as some of the most scenic houses on this part of the Island.Find out more about Tegueste
Valle de Güímar is a wine growing region that includes the municipalities of Güímar, Arafo and Candelaria, and some of the most beautiful urban villages and landscapes on Tenerife. Primarily agricultural, the region is home to the famous pyramids of the same name. Also, fascinating cultural intricacies like the fact that nearly everyone in Arafo plays a musical instrument abound here. Sites like the Basilica of Candelaria, a Catholic pilgrimage, offer still more touristic interest here too.Find out more about Valle de Güímar
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