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Chayofa Introduction

Chayofa is situated three kilometres inland from Los Cristianos on the south coast of Tenerife. Its elevated position gives it magnificent views over the coastal resorts and the surrounding countryside. It is a small exclusive resort with luxurious accommodation and excellent restaurants. Only three kilometres from Los Cristianos, holidaymakers can enjoy both the tranquillity of their chosen village and the bustling life of the larger seaside resort.

Why Go To Chayofa

If you are looking for a little luxury in an oasis of peace and tranquillity you need look no further than a Chayofa holiday. Lying three hundred metres above Los Cristianos and surrounded by mountains, this attractive resort offers first class accommodation, good food and a range of leisure pursuits. With year round moderate temperatures, Chayofa is an ideal winter retreat as well as a popular summer holiday destination.

A Chayofa holiday is very popular with holidaymakers with a taste for luxury. It also attracts couples looking for a quiet base from which to explore the island. Although the hotels have swimming pools, families with small children would probably prefer to be closer to the beach, while those with teenagers would prefer the livelier resort of Los Cristianos.

When To Go To Chayofa

A Chayofa 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.

Chayofa - The Place

Chayofa is a quiet resort situated on a hill above Los Cristianos in the south of Tenerife with wonderful views over the coast. It is the perfect retreat for those who prefer peace and quiet but would like the occasional sortie to the lively resort down the hill.

It is also a good base for exploring the rest of the island as it is close to the motorway.

Those looking for a beach will find a choice from stretches of white sand to small volcanic coves. The beaches offer a wide variety of water sports including paragliding, jet skiing, banana boating, fishing and snorkelling.

Las Aquilas Del Teide, also known as the Eagle or Jungle Park, is very close to Chayofa and well worth visiting. It is a zoo of sorts with lots of flora and fauna including white tigers and pygmy hippos, but in addition, there is a jungle trail for children and a very popular eagle display.

Other attractions in the area include the Octopus Water Park, go-karting and dolphin watching.

A Chayofa holiday offers year-round sunshine, luxurious accommodation in a relaxing setting. Its proximity to larger resorts provides the opportunity for enjoying their facilities before returning to one’s peaceful base.

Chayofa Nightlife

Nightlife in Chayofa is fairly sophisticated with a small number of bars and some excellent restaurants. Much of the entertainment is centred round the hotel complexes. For livelier entertainment, a taxi ride to the neighbouring resort of Los Cristianos is needed.

Chayofa Shopping

The larger hotel complexes in Chayofa have shops and the occasional boutique but the village itself provides little more than holiday essentials. Los Cristianos however has a large number of shops with competitive prices. Since Tenerife is virtually tax free there are good bargains to be found.

Chayofa Eating

While Chayofa has a limited number of restaurants that are not hotel based, they all serve excellent food. The choice of menu is good with traditional dishes as well as international cuisine. One of the oldest restaurants in the south of Tenerife is Clarets. It originally belonged to a banana plantation and its architecture is quite unique. The quality of the food and the service given are first class.

A much wider range of restaurants, including fast foods, can be found three kilometres down the hill in the coastal resort.