Located on the the island’s southern tip in the Montaña Pelada National Park, this holiday home along Tenerife’s wild Atlantic coast is one of over twenty unique and stylish dwellings designed to be low impact, bioclimactic, and responsive to the unique environmental challenges of the island.
This is a classic solution of a house on two floors in which the rooms have shifted to create new spaces.
It is laid out around a patio with a pool which collects water and two lounges open onto it: one is integrated into the patio and the other is connected by sliding glass. This is where the life of the house takes place. The rooms located on the upper floor have a splendid view of the sea. At night you will be visited by the stars and the moon.
All of the spaces benefit from the ocean breezes and there is a great deck facing sunsets over the water and private access to unspoiled, deserted coves.
The compound includes on site security, Wifi throughout, cable TV, kitchen and bath amenities and private access and parking.
Staff are there to help with anything you may need from finding the local wineries, to restaurant reservations, Yoga instruction, health and wellness services.
Of the seven Canary Islands off of West Africa, Tenerife is the largest and the most popular, which sees tourists flocking to it’s year round warm weather beaches and resorts.
Dominated by Mt. Teide at the center, the dormant volcano is Spain’s tallest peak, and is home to the UNESCO designated Teide National Park with an amazing network of hiking trails including Las Cañadas Aguamansa, Rambla de Castro, Punta de Teno, and Masca where you can traverse the tropical jungle and volcanic landscapes or scale the Cliffs of Los Gigantes to watch the whales offshore.
An island of extraordinary diversity and culture, the Los Realejos coastline contains numerous historical spots and faded old colonial towns to explore including La Orotava with its traditional houses and cobblestone pedestrian areas.
The 15th century capitol town of San Cristóbal de La Laguna is a historic World Heritage gem, and is divided into two distinct parts – Villa de Arriba and Villa de Abajo and is worth a visit for it’s grand architecture and excellent restaurants.
The southern tip of the island swells with revelers in July and August with clubs that are open all night and bonfire parties on the many beaches including Los Cristianos and Playa de las Américas.
Home to many celebrations throughout the year, the island plays host to the largest Carnaval outside of Brazil in February with partygoers in colorful costumes, parades, music and dancing that goes for days.
Tenerife, Spain. Nearest Airport: Tenerife North Airport (35km), Tenerife South Airport (95km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: With its proximity to the equator the islands enjoy warm days year round.
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