Intriguing Icod de los Vinos Holidays
The century-old drago tree with what appears to be a leafy head of hair acts as the main draw for Icod de los Vinos holidays, and while worth a visit, there’s a wealth of opportunity beyond the bountiful showings of vegetative bliss. Apart from the verdant scenery in every direction, you’ll find that Icod de los Vinos perfectly captures Tenerife’s flair for eccentricity and vibrancy. As well as stunning white-washed architecture, there are a number of attractions to keep the whole family entertained in this secluded paradise and you won’t be left feeling disappointed after visiting this little island of Spain.
With some fabulous hotels to stay in, Icod de los Vinos will place you in budget-friendly accommodation so you can really make the most of your escapades to the various towns and villages along the northern coast of Tenerife. If it’s beautiful views you’re hoping to find then Los Realejos is home to Oratava Valley, a collaboration of striking colours amid mother nature’s glory, while heading to Puerto de la Cruz will ensure you aren’t left without something to do when the sun goes down – this town being the home of evening exploits in this part of Tenerife.
If you’d rather stay a little closer to base on your Icod de los Vinos holidays, then visiting Cueva del Viento is a must. The longest lava cave in Europe is an adventure that you won’t want to end, but with the caves branching out for at least 17 kilometres you may find yourself tiring before reaching the extent of the cavernous depths. If it’s culture you’re after during your Icod de los Vinos holidays then Artlandya Doll Museum is a charming museum which will keep the kids busy, although it’s slightly creepy having various porcelain dolls staring at you through glassy eyes, cheeky teddies and other stoic toys will make this an unforgettable experience.