Coastal Beauty on Callao Salvaje Holidays
Hunt down relaxation amid beautiful scenery, the lure of the coast and a wonderful laid-back atmosphere, all discovered when you embark on Callao Salvaje holidays, facilitated by an incredible array of accommodation options and an excellent selection of activities and entertainment avenues. Heading to this wonderful corner of Tenerife will be ideal for various holidaymakers, whether you’ve come as a family seeking some action and adventure, or as a couple seeking the pleasure of a beach escape in the sun.
In addition to the typical relaxation and comfort achieved by a holiday on one of the Canary Islands, you’ll also discover some of the authentic flavours of Spain during your holidays to Calle Salvaje, best experienced when hiking in the beautiful surrounding landscapes that will transport you through charming and traditional villages.
If you’re in the process of planning your Callao Salvaje holiday, this short guide will outline some of the best activities to sample in this wonderful destination.
Exploration and Relaxation
The stunning turquoise waters that characterise the coastal allure of Calle Salvaje will encompass much of your focus during your time in the resort, and whether you want to enjoy their benefits while sunbathing beside them or getting wet with a variety of water sports, you’ll find the right options for you to make the most of your day in the sun. If you need a break from the lively action of the water sports scene, you can escape the tourist throngs during your Calle Salvaje holidays by heading to the town’s quiet pebble cove, or alternatively seek the longer stretches of sand at nearby La Caleta.
Get Out and Explore
Calle Salvaje is a great place to base yourself during your time on Tenerife, allowing you ample opportunity to explore other highlights of the island, while ensuring your pick of comfortable and luxurious hotels to return to each evening. If you feel like you’ve made the most of the sun, sand and sea during your holidays to Calle Salvaje, switch the theme of your trip and take to the dramatic inland landscapes that decorate the heart of Tenerife. Mount Teide and its surrounding national park is one of the best places to get a feel for the volcanic make-up of the island, offering some wonderful outdoor discovery to those who have packed their hiking boots. If you crave the ocean again, but fancy something different, head to beautiful Costa Adeje, offering some excellent boat trips to holidaymakers where you can expect to spot whales and dolphins swimming about in the wild.