Playa De La Arena

Holiday Guide for Playa De La Arena (Tenerife) All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Approx 4.5 hours from the UK
  • Time difference: Same as the UK
  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro


At a Glance

  • Perfect all-year round
  • Perhaps the best weather in the Canary Islands
  • With black volcanic sand, the beach here
  • Relaxing and scenic, with an appealing village atmosphere

Playa La Arena – dazzling family seashore holiday resort in west Tenerife

An All Inclusive Playa La Arena holiday is taken on the west coast of Tenerife and has a stunning organic beach formed of black golden – a by-product of the island’s volcanic past. The holiday resort behind it, along with neighbouring Puerto de Santiago is often a growing tourist hub, offering exceptional accommodation for family all inclusive in the sun. It’s a quieter spot as compared to several of Tenerife’s more boisterous accommodations, so would suit those in need of an enjoyable holiday.

Playa La Arena – clean beach and wonderful coastal walks

From Playa La Arena visitors can enjoy the majestic black cliffs, black exotic shorelines and interesting little coves that will characterise this region of Tenerife. Several hotels and units in Playa La Arena are located on hills above the bay, so offer wonderful Atlantic Ocean views. The seaside is gently shelving, affording decent going for a swim and paddling conditions, and the seafront has been planted having palms and gardens to supply a striking lush backdrop. Translucent weather permitting, you can observe across the water to neighbouring Canary Island, La Gomera.

Playa La Arena has been awarded the European Light blue Flag for cleanliness, so your children can appreciate the sandy and water in total safety. For water sports fans, wind-surfing and snorkelling lessons and equipment are on hand, while you will discover amusement arcades, shops and plenty of cafes and dining places nearby to amuse the family between seashore sessions.

From Playa La Arena you are just a mile far from the Acantilados de los Gigantes – ‘cliffs of the giants’. Travel northwards up the coast and you’ll find these awe-inspiring 600m high cliffs that appear to be erupting out of the ocean. Most travellers choose a boat trip to get the best sights of these rocky giants, or simply spend an afternoon around the little seaside at Los Gigantes to admire the unique scenery.

So, now you probably want to know where to stay when you travel to Playa de la Arena. Enter Luxury hotel Playa La Arena. It’s snatched to-sigh-for setting only steps from the seashore, with the famous cliffs of Los Gigantes as its backdrop. Needless to say, the scenery are truly things, and its total choice of amenities will tick all your holiday boxes.

So check out our low-cost All Inclusive Holidays to Playa de la Arena today. Late specials, bargain sunshine all inclusive holidays, we’ve got the lot. You’ll be tucking into the town’s lip-smacking tapas before you know it.



Things to do while holidaying in Playa De La Arena

Playa La Arena

Playa La Arena destination is less than 20 km from Mount Teide National Park, Tenerife’s inland natural wonder, that’s not to be missed. Guided trips enable holidaymakers and visitors to learn how Mount Teide’s volcanic eruptions, the last of which happened over 200 years ago, created this bizarre lunar landscape.

Reina Sofia, Tenerife’s southern area airport, is less than 30 km from Playa La Arena.

In Playa de la Arena you’ll find an excellent expanse of natural seaside with Tenerife’s trademark black volcanic sand. The seaside has won awards for its cleanliness. And featuring a promenade of palm trees backed by a selection of places to eat, it’s got everything you need, while still retaining a private and conventional feel.

You’ll certainly dine well here, even though important is not to get too concerned with looks – as you won’t find much in the way of trendy eating places. However, this is the kind of place where including the most basic looking eateries tend to offer particularly good cuisine and without a hefty price tag.

Watch out for tasty tapas dishes similar to the as the famous octopus salad and Canarian style potatoes known as papas arrugadas, which are potatoes cooked in their skins that has a salty crust. The suitable accompaniment to simple grilled meats and seafood is mojo, a fiery nearby garlic and chilli sauce which often commands respect, but tastes absolutely divine.



Playa De La Arena Weather

April 66°F
May 68°F
June 72°F
July 75°F
Aug 77°F
Sept 77°F
Oct 73°F

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