Barcelo Santiago Hotel

Resting on the shorelines of the Atlantic Ocean, possessing views of the island of La Gomera and town of Los Gigantes, the Hotel Barcelo Santiago provides a luxury setting to rest on comfy sun loungers while cooling off in the three main pools the hotel has to offer. Situated between Los Gigantes and Puerto de Santiago, you’ll find yourself just 200m from the sandy beaches, bars and restaurants of Puerto Santiago. It provides two delicious restaurants serving poolside snacks, and there’s plenty of activities for kids, such as daily volleyball and evening entertainment.

Overview of Puerto de Santiago

Located on the western coastline of Tenerife, the pretty Spanish town of Puerto de Santiago provides exquisite views of the Atlantic Ocean, warm and temperate climates and one of the most scenic spots on the island while staying at the Hotel Barcelo Santiago. The Canary Islands have become a popular holiday destination for tourists throughout Europe and for good reason. Soak up the volcanic scenery while sunbathing under palm trees with an ice-cold cocktail. Venture into the wild in the nearby national parks of Puerto de Santiago. Holidays to Tenerife won’t be the same again following your stay in the paradise that is Puerto de Santiago.

Things to do in Puerto de Santiago

Tenerife has lent itself well to luxury accommodation like the Hotel Barcelo Santiago where you can spend your days relaxing by the pool, dining in the delicious restaurants nearby or building sand castles on Puerto Santiago Beach. There’s plenty of boat trips and sea expeditions leaving from the nearby coves at Los Gigantes to enjoy turtle-spotting or venture inland to the Corona Forestal Natural Park filled with climbing activities and a selection of exotic wildlife. Your stay in Puerto de Santiago will be one spent with a daquiri in hand at one of the Canary Island’s most renowned resorts.

Resort Summary

By day you’ll find couples strolling along the sands, children building sandcastles and families exploring. At night time you won’t hear the thumping beats of club anthems, just the gentle hub-bub of groups chatting and laughing over tapas.