Located on the western coast of Tenerife, the lesser known resort of Guia de Isora holds sway. This is a place where peace comes dropping slow and where the tarnished hand of tourism has barely touched. A wild and rugged coastline fronts several beaches at Alcala, Mendez and Baja Larga and the famous cliffs of Los Gigantes form a dramatic part of the landscape,
Guia de Isora is a delightful resort, known best for its upmarket hotels which are discreetly sprinkled in the countryside where the natural scenery is truly beautiful. The little town itself is full of history, lovely typical houses, shady plazas and neat streets. Tradition is very important here and a crafts industry carries on the legacy of talented artisans. Farming is the mainstay of the locals and latterly, tourism has become popular.
Situated about 30k from Tenerife's south airport, Reina Sofia, Guia de Isora is also close to the laid back resort of Costa Adeje. Subjects to in Guia de Isora are the perfect antidote to stress as rest, relaxation and a tranquil atmosphere are the prevalent features. There are charming villages to explore nearby and lovely quiet beaches to enjoy. Return from a holiday in Guia de Isora with a raised spirit and rejuvenated body.