Captivating Costa del Silencio
Set along the southern shores of Tenerife, Costa del Silencio holidays are shrouded in a natural beauty which is in many ways enhanced by the friendly atmosphere you will experience during your time away.
Without a sandy beach, Costa del Silencio perhaps doesn’t fit into the typical view people have of Tenerife, but the outstanding views are decorated with green shrubs and wildlife which makes for a truly unique coastline where you can scuba dive and snorkel yourselves silly. Having said that, if you still want to dig your toes into soft golden sand then Costa Adeje has a terrific stretch of coast and isn’t too far away, while Callao Salvaje provides a good base from which to explore Playa de Las Americas.
At a glance
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Spanish
- Time Zone: GMT +0
- Average flight time: 4h 25m
When to go
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Costa del Silencio Attractions
Holidays in Tenerife have so much to offer you might struggle to fit it all in. So we've put together a selection of great things to do and see to make sure you have the best holiday possible
Dine in the Sunshine
Summery weather all year round means you can head for holidays in Costa del Silencio at any time of the year; its geographical location creates an anomaly which will allow you to bathe in the sun whether you’re treating the kids to a summer holiday to remember or outrunning the cold of winter. Finding food for the whole family to enjoy won’t be a problem either, increasing in popularity over the years has seen the upcoming rise of varied cuisines within the resort, from fish and chips to Lebanese luncheons; you’ll find it all in Costa del Silencio.
If you fancy exploring the rest of Tenerife during your Costa del Silencio holidays then hiring a car is advised, although the island is relatively small, some of the views from the main roads are postcard-perfect, allowing you to soak up the Tenerife vibe as you head to some of the best destinations around. No trip to Tenerife would be complete without a visit to one of Spain’s most popular national parks, Teide National Park, a jutting volcano surrounded by a maze-like pine forest; and a cable car to the top will provide some of the best panoramic views in the world.