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Tucked away on the West Coast of Tenerife, Guia de Isora is a real blossoming resort, that has a very old-style feel to it. The main town is located up in the mountains and provides absolutely breathtaking views of the Atlantic. Down at the base of the mountain, by the sea, is Playa San Juan, which is home to a nice little harbour, and beautiful long sandy beaches, Right next door is the fishing village of Alcala, which has a wonderful little town square that just must be visited.
Playa San Juan is home to two beaches, one of which is a long line of dark volcanic sand and small pebbles but next to it is in tiny little cove that is immensely popular amongst visiting families. Attached to the beach is the beautiful little harbour, so while you are relaxing on the beach you can enjoy the scenery of little fishing boats dotting the horizon in the water, the neighbouring Alcala also has a little beach which is immensely popular amongst windsurfers, and other water sport enthusiasts, as well as a few paved bathing platforms.
If you do not want to be spending your entire vacation beachside, there are plenty of other relaxing spots to sit back and enjoy your vacation in Guia de Isora. There are plenty of palm tree lined promenades that are lined with decadent restaurants and small relaxing bars that are often populated by sun soaked locals, as well as tourists of every sort.
If you travel up to the main town, you can explore the main drag, with streets barely big enough for a car to pass by, which are loaded with family-friendly shops, local vendors and a weekend market. Guia de Isora is also home to many upstanding volcanic scenes, which will be just on your doorsteps no matter which hotel you stay at. As far as the volcanic mountains go, Mount Teide is a must visit as it is home to a few small villages, like Chio and Chirche, which are quaint and beautiful with a cobbled streets and tiny little cottage homes. These villages also provide a wonderful panoramic view of the entire coastline.
While staying in Guia de Isora, you can travel to Los Cristianos and spend your morning taking in the infamous Market Half Day. Here you can look through many stalls and booths fully stocked souvenirs, hand-crafted goods and other local trinkets. And after checking out the entire market, and walking up and down the boardwalk, you can take in some nice relaxation at one of the many beachside cafés before heading back to your resort.
The best time to visit Guia de Isora, truthfully, is any time of the year. With typical Mediterranean climates, the Balearic Islands average temperatures in the mid-20s, and raising up to high 30s in the summer months. This means that there really is no that time to take in the volcanic scenery, and sandy beaches that Guia de Isora has to offer.