Feel the goodness of the weather


The calm and dry atmosphere in the area is perfect for spending long sunny days of peaceful relaxation. It has the perfect combination of spring-like weather and natural surroundings.

The sun is good for you in a lot of ways: it activates your natural defences, boosts vitamin D production, raises your spirits and keeps you in an optimistic mood. And if you soak up its rays at the seaside, what more could you ask for? All of this comes easy in this area of Tenerife, which is home to a great many beaches, mostly made of golden volcanic sand, plenty of which have been awarded a blue flag by the EU for their quality and amenities.

All along the coastline of Arona and Adeje is a fabulous promenade by the beach, which locals and tourists often choose when they want to get some exercise or simply take a stroll with a sea view. The ultimate relaxing experience. If you are looking for something a bit more physically demanding, explore one of the many hiking trails spread about the territory.


Roque del Conde ​trail . The rock formation of Roque del Conde belongs to the Special Nature Reserve of Barranco del Infierno. It is also known as Roque de Ichasagua in memory of the leader of the Guanche people who spent years here resisting the onslaught of the Spanish after they conquered the island in 1496. You will find traces of aboriginal engravings in the stone.

Malpaís de Rasca trail. In addition to its rich natural setting, populated by a magnificent forest of cardons and tabaibas, the trail is also culturally significant thanks to its aboriginal archaeological remains and 19th century lighthouse. It has been declared a special nature reserve.

PR-TF 83 Altos de Granadilla. This trail journeys through some of the Island's most emblematic areas, such as the Chasna Royal Pathway and the Madre del Agua Pathway.

PR-TF 86 Villa de Arico-Cumbre de Arico. At the beginning the trail crosses fields of crops before entering a pine forest. The path takes you through Chozas Viejas, an old sheep pasture. Your hike comes to an end at the Parador hotel.

PR-TF 86.3 La Sabinita-Tamadaya. A highly recommendable hike for taking in the area's spectacular landscapes dotted with quaint hamlets and villages. The trail ends in the El Contador recreational area, where you can have a rest and recharge your batteries.

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