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Playa Paraiso

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If you prefer smaller, intimate resorts for your holiday in the sun, then Playa Paraiso is a perfect choice for families and couples alike. Known locally as the quieter, more chilled relation of the bigger resorts such as Playa de Las Americas and Los Christianos, it has a laid-back vibe with spectacular views. There are 3 picturesque coves cradled amongst the yellow limestone rock offering stunning vistas of the Atlantic Ocean and the island of La Gomera.  

The new and updated Rosa Shopping Mall includes a supermarket and leisure facilities. The rooftop dining options add a stylish aspect to this attractive complex. There is a plethora of shops ranging from brand names to local establishments - if you like browsing shops in an open-air environment, then put this on your to-do list. For a more authentic shopping experience, there is a weekly street market in nearby Costa Adeje. Here you can barter like the locals and pick up a bargain with items ranging from clothing to local arts and crafts.

Playa Paraiso is home to 2 beach clubs including the well-known Hard Rock with popular evening events throughout the summer. There is a wide variety of restaurants and local bars with a choice of dining to suit all tastes. Try the delicious local dishes like papas arrugadas and mojo sauces. Stroll along the promenade and take your pick of west facing seafront bars. Among them is the Roca Negra Sunset Club - pull up a chair or bean bag, order your cocktails and marvel at the spectacular sunsets each evening.

Playa Paraiso has 2 sandy coves nestled between striking volcanic rock and an additional rockier inlet with a unique natural landscape to choose from. Playa Las Galgas is the larger cove with a small children's playground. Playa El Pinque sandy beach is right next to the beach club of the Hard Rock complex. Playa Las Salinas is much smaller and with its beautiful untamed landscape, this spot is a favourite for enjoying the sunsets. At low tide small creatures such as crabs and starfish can be found in the rock pools to observe. A super alternative to the beach is the large saltwater lido in Playa Paraiso, which comes with a tropical style waterfall, sun loungers and a restaurant.

There is a range of activities to please all the family in the resort including a snorkeling and dive centre and a soft play facility for the little ones. If you are looking for a little adventure why not sign up for the time of your life at the Paragliding Park only 15 minutes' drive away. The coast has plenty of watersports to choose from with boat tours, whale and dolphin watching trips and jet ski hire. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit the well-known Siam Water Park a short drive away. Enjoy the huge waves, lazy river and exciting water flumes for a fun filled day out! There are many four wheeled safari options throughout Tenerife including a night Stargazing Tour in the Mount Tiede National Park. A new edition to this area is the Chinese Lantern Light Park which opened in 2022. It has a spectacular display of brightly lit lanterns to enjoy when the sun goes down and is just 10 minutes' drive from the resort.

Playa Paraiso is a great base for exploring all that Tenerife has on offer. The majestic Mount Tiede watches over the island and is a must see for everyone who visits. Take the cable car towards the summit and marvel at the spectacular views. At over 3,000 metres, this is the tallest peak in all of Spain. There are charming little towns throughout the interior of Tenerife and a must see is the famous village of Masca. Reached by a hairpin bend road that was established in 1991, this charming little town before this was practically unreachable. It has the romantic air of feeling like it has been frozen in time. There are also day trips by boat to the stunning island of La Gomera if you feel like experiencing a different kind of Canary Island.