Gran Oasis Resort
The Gran Oasis Resort complex is a sight to behold, thanks to beautifully-landscaped grounds, which feature elephant statues and luscious palm trees. These are just the tip of the iceberg though, as the unique apartments and excellent restaurant set the bar even higher. Two pools, plus a separate kids’ pool, sun terraces, and a wealth of fitness and games facilities make the Gran Oasis Resort ideal for families, but everybody is guaranteed a happy stay here, regardless of age or the size of your group. It enjoys a quiet setting, but nightlife is only a short walk or drive away, in the centre of Playa de las Americas.
Overview of Playa de las Americas
The Canary Islands are popular year-round with holidaymakers from around the world, thanks to a brilliant combination of great weather, excellent beaches and countless attractions. Tenerife is the largest individual island and plays home to some fantastic amenities, regardless of which region you visit. Holidays to Tenerife can be exceptionally varied, but if you’re looking for adrenaline-pumping sports and brilliant nightlife, Playa de las Americas is the region for you. Particularly welcoming of tourists, this area has so much to see and do, that one holiday is never enough – which is why travellers of all ages keep coming back for more.
Things to do in Playa de las Americas
Playa de las Americas and Los Christianos come together to serve up six beautiful beaches comprising of either golden or black sands. Nearly every beach is flanked by a number of restaurants, bars and shops, for your convenience…but look a little harder and you should be able to spot a secluded area, if you’re after some peace and quiet. There’s lots to do during the day in Playa de las Americas, and most of the attractions appeal to certain ages. Families will love the animal and water parks, while golf fanatics can enjoy a round or two in peace. There are even boat trips to take part in as well. Being a livelier region of Tenerife, there’s a vibrant nightlife scene in place here. You can’t count the number of pubs and clubs on your hands, but getting your dancing shoes on and heading out for the evening comes highly recommended.