Golf Del Sur Introduction
Golf del Sur lies fifteen minutes from Reina Sofia Airport on the south coast of Tenerife. It is within a short taxi ride from Playa de las Americas and Los Cristianos. As the name suggests it is a haven for golfers with a number of courses including a twenty-seven hole championship course. The accommodation consists of four and five star hotels, apartments and villas. The resort is also well endowed with bars and restaurants and has a small commercial centre.
Why Go To Golf Del Sur
If golf is your passion then book a Golf del Sur holiday. The green of the courses stands in sharp contrast to the grey volcanic landscape. The superior accommodation has every amenity that the twenty-first century holidaymaker expects and the restaurants in the resort have a reputation for being of the highest quality. Golf del Sur has year-round sunshine ensuring golfers will be able to enjoy their game even in the depths of a British winter.
Who Is Golf Del Sur Popular With
A Golf del Sur holiday appeals mainly to golfers and older couples. It is also popular with those wishing to take a short break such as a long weekend where they can play a few rounds of golf. Those who do not play the game can still enjoy the beauty and the tranquillity of the resort and participate in other leisure pursuits.
When To Go To Golf Del Sur
A Golf de Sur holiday can be taken at any time of the year as the temperatures rarely drop below twenty degrees or rise above thirty. Although there is occasional rain there is no specific rainy season and showers are short.
Golf Del Sur - The Place
Situated on the south coast of Tenerife, a short distance from the airport, Golf de Sur is a fairly new development with an excellent range of high quality accommodation. It is a relaxed resort with a number of courses including a championship golf course. The bright green of the grass set against the dramatic background of the barren hills and mountains is startling .A Golf de Sur holiday is not only for golfers as it offers a wide range of leisure activities including bowls, tennis and crazy golf. Although the coast in the area is rocky, there are opportunities for water sports from the beaches in nearby resorts. Big game fishing is a popular pursuit when the possibility exists of landing a three hundred kilo fish.
The palm lined streets of the resort have bars and pavement cafes offering day long refreshment where relaxation is the name of the game. Golf de Sur is a self-contained resort with everything necessary for a stress free holiday. However it is well placed for explorations of the island for those who wish. Day trips include whole island tours where you can experience the contrasts of scenery that the island has to offer, the National Park with Mount Teide as well as water parks and a wildlife park.
Golf Del Sur Nightlife
Golf del Sur nightlife is centred round the hotel complexes, the bars, restaurants and one nightclub. It is not a resort that parties until dawn (golfers need their sleep) so those who want to experience lively evenings will need to take a taxi to Playa de las Americas or Los Cristianos. These vibrant resorts celebrate until the early hours of the morning.
One of the attractions of shopping in Tenerife is that it is tax free. Perfume, alcohol, cigarettes, cameras and electronic goods are all considerably cheaper. There are a number of shops in the resort’s commercial centre providing holiday essentials but for a larger choice of goods, a trip to Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas is recommended. These resorts have many fine boutiques and specialist shops. The Sunday market sells many hand crafted items ideal for gifts and holiday mementoes.
Golf Del Sur Eating
The high quality of restaurants in golf de Sur is well known as is the diversity of menu. There are many fine restaurants serving traditional as well as international cuisine. If a little more variety is needed, the resorts of Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas are only a short ride away. Typical Canarian food is the spicy mojo sauce and the salty new potatoes that are boiled in sea water before being baked. Fish features prominently on menus and is often served with the green variety of mojo sauce.