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Los Gigantes, on the west coast of Tenerife, is named after the imposing cliffs that tower above it. It is a quiet resort, its expansion being limited by the natural barriers of cliffs and ocean. Though small, it has all the conveniences that the modern holidaymaker has come to expect and is a very popular holiday destination.
A Los Gigantes holiday offers year round sunshine in a pretty town with a range of leisure activities for all the family. Its high quality hotels and apartments with large swimming pools offer an excellent base for exploring both the local area and further afield. The beach of fine black sand is enjoyed by children as is the public swimming pool close to the harbour. The restaurants are well known for both their variety and the quality of their food.
Los Gigantes has widespread appeal. It is the ideal holiday for sun lovers, water sport enthusiasts, families with children and couples of all ages.
Los Gigantes is a year round holiday destination having pleasantly hot summers and warm winters. Although there is occasional rain on the island, it is mainly in the north. There is no specific rainy season and showers are short.
Los Gigantes, in the south-west of Tenerife, is an attractive resort lying along side the tall, sheer cliffs that give the town its name. The cliffs rise out of the sea and reach the height of between five and eight hundred metres. They are at their most impressive when viewed from the sea when the scale of their grandeur can be truly appreciated.
The beach at Los Gigantes is fine black sand which, although popular with children, does not become overcrowded. Water sports include jet skiing, wind surfing, sailing and diving. There are whale watching trips as well as big game safaris.
The harbour is a hub of activity with the comings and goings of pleasure trips and fishing boats. The marina has place for over four hundred boats and attracts many luxury yachts.
Among the many attractions on the island is Siam Park, a recently opened themed water park with animals as well as water rides. The children’s jungle area is also very popular.
Loro Park is well worth a visit. It provides amazing habitats for its animals including an Antarctic island for its penguins where the temperature is minus two degrees. It also is part of a breeding programme for endangered species including gorillas.
A cable car ride to the top of Monte Teide, weather permitting, gives amazing views over the lunar landscape.
Nightlife in Los Gigantes is fairly subdued with many of the hotels providing in-house entertainment. There are a number of bars, some with live music, but Los Gigantes is not a resort which parties until dawn.
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. The commercial centre in Los Gigantes, uphill from the harbour, is well endowed with shops including designer boutiques.
There are many fine restaurants in Los Gigantes serving a wide choice of food catering for most tastes. Fish restaurants with their locally caught fresh ingredients rarely disappoint the palate. Children are always given a warm welcome even in the finest of restaurants.