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Loro Parque:

A world class attraction, the name translates to 'Parrot Park', but do not be fooled there is much more to be enjoyed here including, Alligators, Koi Carp, Chimpanzee, Flamingos, Gorillas, Cranes, Iguanas, Jaguars as well as the Whales, Dolphins, Sea Lion and Parrot shows. Planet Penguin is a must along with the Aquarium: all the animals are well looked after in the equivalent of 5 star accommodation. All this is surrounded by the most magnificent gardens.

Siam Park:

Siam Park, the water kingdom, opened its doors in 2008 as the most spectacular theme park with water attractions in Europe and is located in Adeje, south Tenerife. Siam Park will amaze everyone with its diverse attractions and exotic settings.

Aqualand:

Aqualand is a world of water attractions for all the family with waterslides in a multitude of shapes and heights, as well as a Dolphin Show. Aqualand is fun for everyone of all ages and situated just outside Playa de las America and Los Cristianos.

Tenerife Beaches

In 2012 The Canary Islands were awarded 45 Blue Flags for their beaches, 16 of which are located in Tenerife, 10 of them being on the south of the Island.

Los Cristianos:

Las Vistas, is the largest of the Los Cristianos beaches with golden sands and all the facilities that you need.

El Camison is a golden sand beach in between Los Cristianos and Playa De La Americas.

Also in Los Cristianos is a smaller beach with the natural black sand which is very popular with the locals.

Adeje:

Troya I-II is one of the first man made beaches in Adeje and is well protected from the sea and ideal for sunbathers and watersport enthusiasts.

El Duque:

This beach is right amongst the 5 star hotels. A picture perfect beach with all the facilities you would expect.

Fanabe beach:

A white sand beach with full facilities. There is also a pleasant grassed area at one end.

A little further along the west coast are the other Blue Flag Beaches of Playa La Arena in Santiago del Teide and Playa San Juan in Guia de Isora.

A little further along the east coast are the beaches of El Medano, La Jaquita and La Tejita in Granadilla de Abona.

On the North of the Island are the Blue Flag Beaches of El Arenisco in La Laguna; El Socorro in Los Realejos; San Telmo and Complejo Playa Jardin in Puerto de la Cruz; and La Arena (Mesa del Mar) in Tacoronte.

There are many more beaches on the Island, do not be put off by them not being awarded a Blue Flag. If you have a car, work your way along the coast and explore the little coves and beaches that the locals use.

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