This rural house is located in the small quiet area of San Miguel de Abona, in the south of the island. It is perfectly located for quick connections to the main tourist areas of the south (15 minutes), with the island's capital Santa Cruz (50 minutes) and with the Reina Sofia airport in the South (12 minutes).
It is a family house that is over 300 years old, and is of historical and artistic value
Tamaide (from the guanche language) takes its name from a beautiful crystal clear water spring which used to supply water to the old house.
Casa Tamaide is made up of two separate buildings that are completely equipped and have large communal areas. One of the houses can accommodate two people and the other one can house four people. Each one has a kitchen, a dining room, bedrooms and a bathroom. They share three roof terraces equipped with deck chairs and parasols surrounded by a variety of natural plants where one can sunbathe whilst enjoying some beautiful views of the mountain peaks and beaches.
To get to the house from the airport, you need to take the exit from the motorway heading for Los Cristianos. After approximately 2 kilometres take the slip road towards San Miguel de Abona and when you reach the main road C-822 (runs through the centre of the village), take a left. 200 metres further you will find the neighbourhood of Tamaide where the house is situated.
This rural house is surrounded by various natural beauty spots and interesting paths. Golf lovers will find courses only 10 minutes away. There are also the old fishing villages of El Médano and Los Abrigos close by which have the best natural beaches on the island.