Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
This estate is located in the town of Guía de Isora in the south of Tenerife, at only 3 kilometers from the town centre in a quiet area and surrounded by papaya and avocado plantations. As only 300 meters above sea level, this area enjoys a privileged climate all year round. It is situated 5 kilometers from Playa San Juan, a small fishing town with a beach and pretty promenade.
Recently renovated, Finca Las Dulces dates back to the middle of the 20th century and was built with very precarious material on an extensive volcanic field of some 70,000 m2, dedicated to the cultivation of tomatoes, bananas and wheat.
At present the estate of 10,000 m2 is dedicated to organic farming (tomatoes, lettuces etc) and comprises of two independent houses: La Cuadra and Los Medianeros.
What were blocks and stables for the cattle have become a second home, rural house La Cuadra, which is full of detail to make it as comfortable as possible.
Rural house La Cuadra has 2 bedrooms with two single beds in each, 2 bathrooms with bath, lounge with spectacular views and with satellite TV and a large fully equipped kitchen complete with dishwasher.
*Possibility of an extra bed in one of the bedrooms.
*The house is decorated with rustic style Canarian furniture.
*This house has communal facilities such as a heated swimming pool, barbecue and laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer shared with the clients of La Cuadra.
?Free Wi-fi in all the estate.
The estate together with the two rural houses offers magnificent views to the sea and the neighbouring island of La Gomera.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||5 km|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, Sea view|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ|
The Tenerife region
The largest of the Canary Islands is a fabulous world of contrasts. The idyllic combination of sun and sand, nature and leisure, have made it one of the most popular tourist resorts in Europe.
Its 269 kilometres of coast offer a wide variety of places to enjoy the sun and the sea. In the north, where the countryside is steep with cliffs, you will find small bays and natural pools, whereas in the south, such as in the municipalities of Adeje and Arona, you will find numerous beaches, most of which are volcanic in origin. You can swim and sunbathe all the year round thanks to the abundance of sunny days and moderate temperatures which range between 18 degrees in winter and 26 degrees in summer. The high quality of its hotel infrastructure and the wide range of leisure activities and complimentary services are just a couple of the reasons which bring thousands of people every year to Tenerife for their holidays.
However, there is much more to discover on the island. Besides the Teide National Park and the Corona Forestal Natural Park, there are other beautiful natural areas on the island. Diving in the waters around the island is also a spectacular experience as the volcanoes have given Tenerife an original sea floor. Cycling, golf, hiking, surfing or hang gliding are just a few of the sports you can practice here. Together with the famous Carnival, there are other feasts in the different towns of the island where you will be able to get to know typical handicrafts like openwork and cockade; the gastronomy, especially fish dishes, potatoes and cheeses; and other popular and traditional customs of the islanders.
Guia De Isora
Guía de Isora coasline leaves no one feeling indifferent due to its variety. You can either take a swim in beaches such as the ones located in the coast village of Playa San Juan, and the one located near Hotel Abama, or small coves surrounded by black lava or even venture into the tide puddles that become true seawater swimming pools.
Guía de Isora covers a large area of a great natural wealth. Not only has a great diversity of Flora and Fauna, due to its different ecosystems, but also a 61% of its territory is under some form of protection.
Most of these protected natural spaces are in the upper area of town, where the southwest side of the National Park Las Cañadas del Teide is located, as well the Nature Park Corona Forestal. You can find another example in Medianías area (inland regions) with the Natural monument Montaña Tejina.
As part of these protected areas, but shared with the town Adeje, there is the protected lanscape Barranco de Erques, and also Acantilados de la Isorana.
Guía de Isora has 17 villages spread along one of the largest municipal district of the island. All of them offer great natural and cultural diversity: you can either enjoy its coastline, its many natural spaces for those who enjoy nature, as well as many examples of ethnographic heritage in the historical towns.
In the upper inland area, you will find small villages such as: Chiguergue, Chirche, Aripe, El Jaral and Vera de Erques. In the medianía (inland area), you will see towns like Chío, Guía de Isora, Tejina de Isora, El Pozo and Acojeja. Finally, the lower inland and coastal towns: Cueva del Polvo, Varadero, Alcalá, Fonsalía, Playa San Juan, Piedra Hincada and Aguadulce.