The town of Los Cristianos which was once a sleepy little fishing village has over the years been transformed into one of the most popular locations in the south of the island.
Thanks to the immense popularity of this location, the award winning Lupain Tenerife Estate Agents now proudly offers a wider variety of high end, luxury properties for rent ahead of this holiday season.
As one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations, the island of Tenerife has much to offer. Tenerife holiday rentals are in high demand due to the increase of visitors to the island and because of limited availability, it’s important that you find an established business who provide the professional service and peace of mind when you book your holiday rental so that you get the best value and experience for your all important holiday.
Those looking for a Tenerife holiday rental property should look no further than Lupain Estate Agents. Recently recognized by Tripadvisor for their unbeatable service and high quality properties, Lupain received the coveted Certificate of Excellence.
Clients of Lupain can be safe in the knowledge that they are getting the best deals on luxury and self-catering Tenerife holiday lets. Lupain offers a host of properties in prime locations at very reasonable prices.
Lupain specialise in smaller properties, with many of their holiday rentals being 1-2 bedroom apartments. These start as low as €202 per week, and can go up to €715 per week, although most properties are let for around €250 per week. Many of these properties include pools and amenities, are very close to the beaches, or offer breath-taking ocean views.
Lupain also has several villas available for rent with 4 bedrooms to accommodate larger families; these begin at €715 per week.
The services provided by Lupain Estate Agents are driven by their focus on customer satisfaction backed by their iron clad guarantee of quality and professionalism.
Lupain Tenerife Estate Agents
Edifico Cristian Sur, Av. de Ámsterdam, 4
38650 Los Cristianos
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
The Canary Islands are a popular travel destination, but have you ever considered going to Tenerife? This is a unique island destination that is great for people who want something a little different for their next trip.
Where is Tenerife?
Tenerife is the biggest island in the Canary Islands. This Canary Islands are a chain of islands in the Atlantic Ocean. They are located off the Southwest coast of Spain. If you were to pull up a map of the Canary Islands, then you would see that Tenerife is the largest one. It is located to the west of Gran Canaria, which is the capital island of the Canary Islands.
Tenerife is a destination that has near-universal appeal. It is a varied island, with something for everyone to enjoy. There are some incredible volcanic landsacpes, and there are some great dining opportunities – with food and wine that is inspired by Barcelona. The boardwalks and resorts may remind you of Maui, and the sandy beaches are reminiscent of Costa Rica. You don’t have to leave the island to enjoy new experiences, they are all right there.
Travelling to Tenerife
Tenerife has two airports – one located in the southern area of the island, and one to the north. This means that it is very easy to get to. In addition to being well served by aircraft, there are also boats that will take you to one of the two seaports. It is possible to fly to Tenerife from Madrid, and Madrid is an airport that is well-served by flights from the east coast of the USA. Indeed it is possible to get to Tenerife from the USA for less than $500 at the right time of year. Once you’re on the island, you can travel by public trainsport, drive a hire car on well-maintained highways, or take a taxi. It is very easy to get around.
Mt Teide in Tenerife is the highest peak in the whole of Spain, and it divides the island into two halves – the north is full of culture, and the south is a bustling and more built up area. There are almost 250 miles worth of coastline, with 43 miles of beaches, including both black sand and white sand.
The lush north features Spanish colonial cities, including La Laguna, which is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is well worth visiting Garachico, the old colonial port. In addition, you should explore the lava pool formations, which are a unique geological pehnomenon. The last volcanic eruption on the island was in the 1790s, and it formed these stunning pools, which you can get up close to, and even swim in. The terrain in the north is stunning and exotic – and yet the south is just an hour’s drive away, for when you want to return to the sandy beaches and the coastal towns.
The Weather in Tenerife
Tenerife is known as the island of eternal spring, and the climate is quite balanced, all year round. The island is perfect for those who like a bit of adventure, offering ample opportunity to explore. You will have the chance to go hiking through the fern forests, or maybe try your hand at an extreme sport or activity such as paragliding. The island has four separate micro-climates, so you will never get bored – whatever you prefer to enjoy you will find your ideal climate somewhere here. That’s a part of the reason that it is such a hugely popular holiday destination.
Remember to check the ultimate weather guide for Tenerife to find out the best time of year to visit.
Great Attractions in Tenerife
If you are looking for something to do, then you will be glad to know that there are some amazing national treasures. The Teide National Park is located 12,198 above sea level, and is a great site for those who love nature. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and it offers some incredible opportunities for stargazing.
If you’re more of an under-water person then it is well worth diving, because the crystal-clear waters offer some chances to spot a huge range of marine life, and it’s a great place for whale watching too. On dry land, you’ll find that there are some great dining options, with stunning vineyards, great traditional restaurants, and some stunning fine dining. You’ll also find plenty to see and do for families. There’s a great zoo, and the 10 mile long Cueva del Viento has to be seen to be believed. It’s a ‘cave of wind’, and is famous for being the longest lava tube in the whole of Europe.
Language and Culture
The official language of the island is Spanish, but English is widely spoken on the resorts and at the main tourist destinations so you should not have any issues getting around or communicating. The island can get quite busy around the time of some festivals. It is home to the second biggest Carnival in the world – with the biggest being the one that takes place in Rio de Janeiro. If you are planning on visiting during the carnival then you should aim to take part – get dressed up and really immerse yourself. If the idea of the full Carnival is too much to you, head to one of the villages during June to September to sample a mini carnival, known as a Romario.
Tenerife is unique in that it gives you the chance to experience a little bit of everything in one place. Why not find out more on Tenerife Forum to make your trip a memorable one to the island or get the very latest info on the Tenerife Facebook page.