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Playa Paraiso is a purpose built resort on the west coast of Tenerife between Playa de las Americas and Callao Savaje. It is a small friendly resort built around a deep rocky inlet. Although its name translates as Paradise Beach, Playa Paraiso does not have a beach at all. Instead, there is a salt water lido in the centre of the complex.
A Playa Paraiso holiday offers year round sunshine in modern peaceful surroundings. Those seeking a place to relax in the sun need look no further. Comfortable hotels with excellent pools and the salt water lido in the centre of the resort, make bathing sand and grit free, which some may view as a benefit.
Playa Paraiso appeals to sun lovers looking for relaxation. Although the absence of sand deters some families with young children, the salt water lido makes a very good substitute providing safe paddling for little ones. Older couples enjoy the peaceful days and tranquil nights.
Playa Paraiso is a year round holiday destination having pleasantly hot summers and warm winters. Although there is occasional rain there is no specific rainy season and showers are short.
Playa Paraiso is a small purpose built resort on the west coast of Tenerife with some high-rise accommodation. Situated on a rocky coast with no beach it belies its name. Those who dislike sand but like to bathe in the sea will enjoy the salt water lido in the centre of the resort. Many hotels provide free buses to nearby Las Americas where beach lovers have a choice of black or yellow sand.
Water sporting enthusiasts will find all they need in the neighbouring resort.
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 has some very beautiful birds as well as a host of other animals. The animals here are kept in enclosures that closely resemble their natural habitat. The penguins enjoy minus two degrees on their glass enclosed Antarctic island. Gorillas are part of the breeding programme for endangered species.
Weather permitting; a cable car ride to the top of Monte Teide gives amazing views over the lunar landscape. This ride is probably best avoided for those who suffer vertigo or have a fear of heights.
Playa Paraiso is a quiet resort with a small number of bars. Many of the hotels provide in-house entertainment often with live shows. Those looking for all night dancing need to take a short taxi ride to neighbouring Playa de las Americas where there are numerous lively bars and clubs.
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. Playa Paraiso has a limited number of retailers selling everyday essentials, gifts and souvenirs. Neighbouring Playa de las Americas has a wide variety of shops and boutiques.
Playa Paraiso has a number of restaurants providing wide ranging menus catering for most tastes. Fish restaurants with their freshest of ingredients rarely disappoint. Children are always made very welcome even in the finest restaurants.