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Find information on Calleo Salvaje in our Travel Guide covering sights, foods and nightlife plus more...
Calleo Salvaje lies on the south west coast of Tenerife close to Costa Adeje and Playa de las Americas. It is a small village which is still developing as a tourist resort. Calleo Salvaje is only twenty-six kilometres from Reina Sofia Airport so transfer time is short. Its beach, although described as shingle, has more pebbles than sand. There are a good number of bars and restaurants providing a variety of menu and a small number of shops.
Calleo Salvaje is small and compact offering a variety of accommodation much of which is self-catering in either villas or apartments. Calleo Salvaje is a good base from which to explore the south of Tenerife. The waters off the small pebbly beach are inviting and snorkelling and scuba diving in the small coves is popular. With year round warm sunshine a Calleo Salvaje holiday is a great destination to escape from the dreary British winter.
A Calleo Salvaje holiday is popular with a wide range of people. Those looking for a fairly relaxed holiday would enjoy the laid back atmosphere of this resort. The beach is not ideal for those with small children who like to dig in the sand as it is pebbly. Those who find the resort a little quiet in the evening can take a short taxi ride to neighbouring wild spots.
A Calleo Salvaje holiday can be taken at any time of year having pleasantly hot summers and warm winters. Although there is occasional rain there is no specific rainy season and showers are short.
Calleo Salvaje lies between Playa Paraiso and Playa de la Arena on the south-west coast of Tenerife. It is also only a ten minute ride from Playa de las Americas. Its rapid expansion demonstrates clearly that it is becoming ever more popular.
The beach in Calleo Salvaje is small and pebbly and there are many rocky coves nearby. The water is clear and there is an abundance of marine life so snorkelling and scuba diving are popular pursuits.
Shopping in Calleo Salvaje is limited to everyday essentials and gifts and souvenirs.
The resort has a good number and variety of restaurants which are inexpensive.
The neighbouring resorts offer a much greater choice of both shops and restaurants and access to them is easy. Even if you don’t hire a car, the resort is well served by public transport to all the local resorts as well as further afield. The buses are regular, reliable and the fares are cheap.
A Calleo Salvaje holiday offers year-round sunshine, comfortable accommodation in a relaxing setting. Its proximity to larger resorts provides the opportunity for enjoying their facilities before returning to one’s peaceful base.
There are a number of bars and restaurants in Calleo Salvaje providing low-key evening entertainment. For livelier entertainment, a taxi ride to the larger neighbouring resorts is necessary.
There are one or two supermarkets in the resort supplying holiday essentials. For anything more than that you will need to take a trip into neighbouring resorts where there is a much wider choice of goods and where the prices are more competitive.
Calleo Salvaje has a number of restaurants serving traditional as well as international cuisine. Eating out is inexpensive and usually good value. Fish features prominently on menus and is always tasty. A greater choice of menu can be eaten in the large seaside resorts in the area.