Melia Hacienda Del Conde

The adults-only Melia Hacienda del Conde is a little slice of luxury. It’s tucked into the mountains and comes with a lagoon-like pool and three top restaurants.

The hotel has a classic colonial look, with whitewashed walls, clay roof tiles and its own Canarian bell tower. Inside, modern touches take over, including a candlelit fountain in the lobby.

An Asian-influenced a la carte is the hotel’s most popular restaurant. There’s also Canarian and international cuisine at the buffet restaurant and a poolside joint where you get sunset views as you dine.

Overview of Buenavista del Norte

If you’re looking for a relaxing location for your holiday to Tenerife, then Buenavista del Norte is a great choice. It’s an untouched paradise where you can experience the best of Tenerife’s natural beauty and authentic Canarian culture.

It’s a place where you’ll be captivated by the views around you. Buenavista del Norte actually translates as ‘good view of the north’ and it’s a resort that more than lives up to its name. After leaving the Melia Hacienda del Conde, you’ll reach for your camera at every turn – you have the mountain range on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other.

Things to do in Buenavista del Norte

At the Melia Hacienda del Conde, you’re right next to the lush fairways of Buenavista Golf. It’s a world-class place to tee it up in the sunshine and the course was designed by golfing legend Seve Ballesteros. If you don’t fancy playing, you can rent a bike and explore the volcanic countryside.

The centre of Buenavista del Norte is only a five-minute cab ride or a 20-minute walk away. The nightlife is pretty relaxed, but there are plenty of bars where you can mingle with the locals.

In Buenavista del Norte, you can take in the traditional Canarian culture and enjoy Tenerife at its authentic best.

Resort Summary

Buenavista del Norte is located on the north-westerly tip of Tenerife – one of the most picturesque parts of the island. It was established by the Spanish conquistadores hundreds of years ago – their name for it, Buenavista del Norte, means ‘good view of the North.’

It would be hard not to be captivated by what you see here. You’ll find a charming town of brightly-coloured houses and honey-coloured churches, surrounded by terraced fields and the craggy Teno Mountains. Rugged coastline stretches out on either side of the town, lapped by cobalt blue seas.

On Buenavista del Norte holidays you’ll be reaching for your camera again and again.