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Amid the craggy, sweeping mountains of western Tenerife rests the beautiful town of Guia de Isora – a resort close to the magnificent blue of the Atlantic Ocean. Here you will find soaring cliffs interspersed by quaint fishing villages and streets that wind down the hillside into peaceful harbours. Whether it is strolling down palm-tree lined walkways or watching boats gently bobbing in the ocean from the nearby beaches at Alcala and Playa San Juan, Guia de Isora is a relaxing retreat ideal for families and young couples alike.

Things to see

The centre of Guia de Isora is home to a delectable range of bars and restaurants where you will find many of the locals whiling away idyllic sunny afternoons. To get into holiday mode, the stretch of coastline running along Playa San Juan is just a short drive away from the mountain-side town centre. The beach at Alcala is also nearby, a small fishing village with golden sands, palm trees and shaded verandas. Sea-fresh fish can be found in a glut of restaurants that run adjacent to the entire stretch of the coast, from Alcala to the sea front at Playa San Juan. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can also take a day trip to Siam Park which has an assortment of white-knuckle water rides that will cool you down when the beaming heat starts to peak just after midday. The ABAMA Golf Course is also a popular destination, with rolling greens peppered with lakes and an amazing view of La Gomera Island and the sea.

Hotels in Guia de Isora

Whether you require a hotel for the family or something a with a splash of stardust there is accommodation to suit all budgets and requirements. Indulge in a luxury Guia de Isora hotel by unwinding in the spa before heading back to have a drink on the veranda overlooking the ocean. Guia de Isora hotels also cater for families, with children’s pools, inclusive meals, and satellite TV for the late evenings. With a collection of budget hostels, mostly available with computer access, lockers, and breakfast, backpackers can also revel in the Tenerife sunshine.

Where to stay

Guia de Isora is surrounded on all sides with tranquil and authentic villages each offering something a little different. Alcala is a quaint fishing village with a traditional market square and a variety of family run shops and stalls. Guia de Isora itself is around 5 kilometres from the coast and is 600 metres above sea level, meaning breath-taking views of the rugged countryside and the distant ocean. Up the coast is the seaside resort of Puerto de Santiago, which has a comprehensive selection of hotels that sit directly on the seafront and are within reach of Alcala, Guia de Isora and Playa San Juan.

How to get to Guia de Isora

The Tenerife South Airport is 25 kilometres to the south of Guia de Isora. Once you have arrived, there is a shuttle service as well as private taxi and minibus services that will take you directly to your hotel. Once in Guia de Isora, car hire is reasonably priced. There have also been recent upgrades to the mountain walking trails, meaning your time can be spent wandering the hillsides savouring the panoramic views and picking the best spot for a picnic lunch.

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