Lives in Tenerife, Spain
Since May 2011
65+ year old female
Bodies of Water, Beaches
Historic Sites, Sacred & Religious Sites
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
Nature & Wildlife Areas
Good location near to the commercial centres. Not far from the bus station. Nice jaquzzi on the roof. Good breakfast. Nice rooms.
Good location right on the front overlooking the beach. Excellent food, nice lounge bar to relax after dinner.
Fabulous 5 star hotel. Food, rooms, sauna, staff all first class. Excellent location right on a sandy beach.
Well worth a visit. Fine dinning everything first class at a fair price.
The only 5 star hotel in Santa Cruz. Its a little bit out of the way from the main old town but not too bad. A little on the pricey side but nice for a treat. We went at Christmas and it was fabulous. The food is good and the rooms are spacious.
Typical all round british bar. Nice staff always very welcoming. Good grub at a fair price. Plenty of tellies if your a sports fanatic.
Great location right in the old town overlooking a lovely park. Plenty of shops and bars to enjoy. Rooms not over large but perfectly fine for a couple of nights. Good breakfast, mainly Spanish food at dinner.
One of the best beach's in Tenerife. Lovely golden sand not black sand like most of the beach's in Tenerife. Plenty of sunbeds to hire, and the sea is safe for children. There are lifeguards on duty every day. Plenty of varied bars and restaurants to suit all. You can walk along the beach front for 8 miles to La Calla from Los Cristianos.
Nice hotel in San Blas village, right on the beach front. Good views over Los Abrigos. Good for plane spotting, very near to the airport. Rooms large plenty of extras. Food good and the staff are very helpful. Lovely four poster sunbeds on the upper deck area.
Very comfy inexpensive hotel. Lovely rooms, tea/coffee in room. No views from the room only the gardens. Outside pool, nice in summer. Again a good way from the old town, however nice walk through the parks down hill. Plenty of culture in this city. All about Nelson!
Nice harbour to watch the ferries come and go. Pleasant walk round, plenty of shops as the town is just a short stroll away. Plenty of bars for that cooling drink.
A must see location. Views to die for. Take a trip rather than drive yourself. Hairy roads to manage so you will miss the scenery. Famous for the local wine growing. Well worth a bottle, very nice.
This is a lovely place if you like old churches. The inside is worth a visit. Only a small village but does cater for its visitors. Plenty of shops to buy the local tourist wares. Not a lot of car parks and it gets busy, however they are cheap. bars are very Spanish no English bars, but very cheap and welcoming.
Worth a visit if you are in the city. The stones on the beach with drawings on are brilliant. There is a café there to enjoy the sun and the views. A good varied choice of performances on offer.
This is a must visit. Hidden gem, breath taking views over the valley. Small villages to see around the area for the history buffs. Totally different to the south of the island. Can be cooler and cloudy.
This town is on the east side of Tenerife which does get very windy, The have annual wind surfing championships here. The beaches are typical black sand and are safe to swim. Plenty of bars and cafes however mainly Spanish. Local Titsa bus runs to El Medano if you prefer not to drive from all the main tourists area's. The restaurants are very good mainly fish as the fish comes in from the boats here.
This is a must not to be missed. Very informative about the history of Tenerife and how the island became populated. It takes in a talk and visual display before you are taken to the nature reserve. After more visual information, ( don't want to give to much away) fascinating. All set in a lovely 5 star hotel. Enjoy a coffee or drink in the hotel bar afterwards. It lasts about 3 hours for 15 euros per person.