Sol Arona Tenerife

Guests love the pool scene at the Sol Arona Tenerife. There’s a spacious oval-shaped number in the garden, with a frame of sunloungers and parasols. It also hosts activities like water polo during the day. Nearby, there’s a snack bar serving light bites and a children’s splash pool.

Throughout the day, little ones are kept busy at the hotel-run kids’ club and playground. They can try out activities like arts and crafts, team sports and movie sessions.

Three meals a day are served at the hotel’s buffet restaurant. It’s home to show-cooking stations and there are themed evenings every week.

Overview of Los Cristianos

The beach resort of Los Cristianos is popular with couples and families alike. Days here are spent relaxing on the beautiful beaches, while evenings involve frequenting the resort’s numerous bars and restaurants.

When you choose Los Cristianos for your holiday to Tenerife, you get the best of two resorts. The lively Playa de las Americas is just around the bay from the Sol Arona Tenerife, so it’s easy to visit attractions like Siam Park and the buzzing nightlife spots the resort is famous for.

Things to do in Los Cristianos

The Sol Arona Tenerife is a 10-minute stroll away from a patch of cream-coloured sand backed by bars and bistros. Speaking of which, there are even more places to eat and drink a few minutes’ walk in the other direction, along with a shopping centre.

The beaches are the stars of the show in Los Cristianos. Between there and Playa de las Americas, you have six to choose from, so you can pick a stretch to relax or a place to get active. There’s also a harbour between the two main beaches where you can take cruises and tours.

In the evening, there are dozens of pubs and cocktail bars spread throughout the resort, so you can enjoy an evening in sociable, friendly environments. If you want a fun-filled beach holiday, Los Cristianos takes some beating.

Resort Summary

Families will enjoy the beach and range of local attractions on a Tenerife holiday here, while the older generation will find plenty of sociable bars and can explore the history of the town with its working harbour. Young couples and groups will love the parties and shopping – and the even more lively nightlife in neighbouring Playa de las Americas.

Los Cristianos is also great if you have reduced mobility, as it boasts Europe’s largest barrier-free pedestrian sea promenade and facilities including accessible toilets and aquatic wheelchairs.