Pretty as a picture, the Allegro Isora complex is a myriad of brightly coloured apartment buildings, all focused around three luxurious swimming pools. The rooms are bright, airy and contemporary in style, not to mention comfortable. Two bars, a buffet restaurant and a full roster of daytime activities will keep you nourished and amused on the days you decide to stay on site. The beach is only a short 10-minute stroll away if the call of the black sands is too much to resist.
Overview of Playa de la Arena
Thanks to being the largest of the ever-popular Canary Islands, holidays to Tenerife won’t ever go out of style. It’s not just the variety of activities that keep people coming back for years, it’s also the year-round warm climate, thanks to the island’s close proximity to Africa. Smaller than some regions, Playa de la Arena is extremely popular with holidaymakers that enjoy modern facilities, peaceful spaces and a laid-back attitude. This is not a haven for partygoers, but a tranquil, beautiful spot that offers spectacular views and a slower pace of life.
Things to do in Playa De La Arena
Canarian food is excellent with fresh seafood being a particular speciality. Mediterranean influences can also be found in many of the restaurants, with amazing pasta dishes on the menu too. You’ll find the eateries to be family-friendly and atmospheric, just as the Allegro Isora is. Of course, the beach must be visited in Playa de la Arena as the black sand feels soft and warm underfoot, and the beach has Blue Flag status. You’ll find showers, sun loungers, lifeguards and even water sports facilities all ready to take advantage of. The scuba and snorkelling opportunities in Playa de la Arena are fantastic, thanks to underwater volcanic rock formations and a host of sea life. Those of you that don’t enjoy getting in the water can opt for a boat trip to go whale-watching instead.