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Playa Paraiso

Playa Paraiso is a small, completely quiet place. There are practically hotels here, as well as some restaurants, shops, and bars.

However, it is close (14 km) to Playa de las Americas and its entertainment options.

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San Andres

Tenerife is the largest member of the Canary Islands. The island is unusually varied, impressive and rich in contrast.

Rocky cliffs and deep gorges, diverse vegetation and romantic bays alternate. Pico del Teide, the highest mountain in Tenerife and Spain, rises above the holiday paradise.

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Callao Salvaje

Located on the southwest coast of Tenerife, Callao Salvaje is a pleasant seaside village that attracts a significant number of visitors throughout the year.

Originally was a small fishing village and became a great seaside resort thanks to the tourist boom.

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El Medano

Located in the southern part of the island of Tenerife, El Médano, which has become an important weekend resting place for islanders, and thanks to the wind that prevails there is a permanent surfing and kitesurf opportunity that offers great relaxation on the beach.

El Medano is not a popular tourist destination, even in the high season as Playa las Americas or Los Cristianos, but for surfing lovers, the concept of wind is almost always guaranteed on the coast of the city.

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Puerto de Santiago

Puerto de Santiago was once a fishing village, but today it has grown into a middling sized tourist centre, and for quite some time it’s been merging with its two neighbours, the resorts Los Gigantes and Playa la Arena.

The huge holiday area of the southwestern coast of Tenerife starts at Puerto Santiago, which also means that the town boasts a lot of hotels and holiday homes, but the result of this is that it is overbuilt, which detracts from the beauty of the place to some extent.

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