Arona marks the southernmost point in Tenerife, and it neighbors upon Adeje and San Miguel de Abona, as well as upon the landlocked municipality of Vilaflor. Arona is where the second most important port of Tenerife, that is, Los Cristianos, is located, which is always nice to envisage by people who take island hopping seriously. Island hopping is further enhanced by the proximity of Arona to Reina Sofia, being known certain tourists prefer to explore the archipelago while being as time efficient as possible, which is precisely why they opt for flights.

There is an abundance of car rental opportunities in and Arona, and tourists who want to get around by car should not overlook them. Luxury accommodation too comes in a diversity of solutions, Mediterranean Palace, Las Madrigueras, Hotel Sir Anthony and Europe Villa Cortes being the most recommendable venues in this respect.

Nightlife is pretty sparkling in Arona, but shopping seems to be even more rewarding, with plenty of markets being held here or in the surroundings, markets which occasion a genuine display of traditional products tourists can always enjoy buying or, simply, admiring.

Las Vistas, Los Cristianos and Las Americas are the most notable beaches in Arona, but no visitor should exhaust their stay in Tenerife by constantly sunbathing. This is why exploring the nature attractions nearby Arona is always indicated. For instance, the Granadilla Moonscape is a perfect way for tourists to begin making their way through to the Teide National Park, ticking off, at the same time, the Corona Forestal Nature Park which surrounds the said volcanic national park.

Tenerife Zoo, Jungle Park and the Camel Park are the main theme parks which yield further leisure opportunities in Arona, but tourists should also take into consideration a visit to Bananera Jardines del Atlantico, from where they can get out with a plus in terms of instructive experiences. People who want to venture even more afield can also make short trips to the Bioclimatic Village in Granadilla de Abona, or turn north and visit Siam Park and Aqualand Costa Adeje in Adeje.

For more dynamic stays in Arona, tourists can indulge in golf playing at Centro de Golf Los Palos or at Golf del Sur in San Miguel de Abona, or they can play tennis or resort to horse riding. Paragliding and a series of water sports are also available in or nearby Arona. Furthermore, rural tourism is a reliable alternative of discovering Tenerife in this south part of the island, with a wide range of rusticated accommodation solutions clustered in San Miguel de Abona and Granadilla de Abona.

Some four tourist information offices can be spotted in Arona, more precisely, in C.C. City Center, Playa de Las Vistas, Los Cristianos and Las Galletas. The presence of such edifices is always comforting especially as far as newcomers are concerned.

Arona, Tenerife, Spain

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