Street parties don’t come much bigger than Tenerife’s annual carnival – think Notting Hill meets Rio and New Orleans....Read More
This colourful 4-day carnival is usually celebrated the week after Ash Wednesday. The fabulously costumed carnival... Read More
Handily, all the resort’s restaurants are lined up on the prom. You’ve got an international cast here, with everything... Read More
Guinness on draft and live Irish music makes The Blarney Stone, across from the ... Read More
Playa de la Arena’s black sands keep sunbathers happy, while the sea is where al... Read More
Playa de la Arena has souvenir shops, but you’ll need to head out of town for a ... Read More
Playa de la Arena has its fair share of souvenir shops, but if you like rooting ... Read More
Although Playa de la Arena’s beach is sheltered, the surf can be pretty strong –... Read More
Over in nearby Los Gigantes, the clear waters around these parts are famous for ... Read More
Playa de la Arena might not be party central, but you’ve got plenty of Irish bar... Read More
With a half-Italian owner, you can expect the pizza and pasta to star here. Orde... Read More
Opposite the beach you’ve got this popular Irish pub run by Augustin and Colette... Read More
The portions at this restaurant, near the Playa de la Arena Hotel, are small but... Read More
The prom is the place to go for Playa de la Arena’s restaurants. There’s a good ... Read More
Irish bars and Brit pubs line the waterfront, so you won’t have to walk far afte... Read More
The Atlantic waters round here are home to a huge array of dolphins and whales, ... Read More
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