Guidebook Castillo Moro Tenerife

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Guidebook Castillo Moro Tenerife

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GARBANZOS, PAPAS FRITAS CON CARNE CERDO, BISTEC, HUEVOS A LA ESTAMPIDA, QUESO FRITO CON MOJOS CANARIOS, PIMIENTOS DE PADRON, ENSALADA, POLVITO URUGUAYO
Guachinche El Ramal
18H Carr. Enlace el Ramal
GARBANZOS, PAPAS FRITAS CON CARNE CERDO, BISTEC, HUEVOS A LA ESTAMPIDA, QUESO FRITO CON MOJOS CANARIOS, PIMIENTOS DE PADRON, ENSALADA, POLVITO URUGUAYO
ENSALADILLA, ROPA VIEJA, ESCALDON (COMIDA TIPICA CANARIA), LAPAS
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Guachinche La Huerta de Ana y Eva
25 Calle Obispo Pérez Cáceres
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ENSALADILLA, ROPA VIEJA, ESCALDON (COMIDA TIPICA CANARIA), LAPAS
CHULETA DE CERDO CON PAPAS Y ENSALDA, CROQUETAS DE ATUN, FABADA, MUSSE DE ALMENDRAS Y PASAS
10 lokal ang nagrerekomenda
Guachinche Romance
Km 9.200 Carretera General Las Cañadas
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CHULETA DE CERDO CON PAPAS Y ENSALDA, CROQUETAS DE ATUN, FABADA, MUSSE DE ALMENDRAS Y PASAS
SALSA ALIOLI Y MOJO ROJO PICÓN CON ALMEDRAS, VERDURAS AL PUNTO, PARRILLADA DE CARNE CON “PAPITAS” ARRUGADAS, PINCHO DE CRNE CON PAPAS FRITAS, ENSALADA CORDERO, ZAPEROCCO,
70 lokal ang nagrerekomenda
Guachinche El Cordero
8 Carretera General a Galletas
70 lokal ang nagrerekomenda
SALSA ALIOLI Y MOJO ROJO PICÓN CON ALMEDRAS, VERDURAS AL PUNTO, PARRILLADA DE CARNE CON “PAPITAS” ARRUGADAS, PINCHO DE CRNE CON PAPAS FRITAS, ENSALADA CORDERO, ZAPEROCCO,
ESCALDON, TOMATE Y QUESO CON ESPECIAS, CROQUETAS Y ENSALADA, “PAPITAS” ARRUGADAS CON MOJO CANARIO
La Terraza de Betty
ESCALDON, TOMATE Y QUESO CON ESPECIAS, CROQUETAS Y ENSALADA, “PAPITAS” ARRUGADAS CON MOJO CANARIO
QUESO BLANCO Y VINO TINTO DE LA TIERRA, ENSALADA DE LA CASA, POLVITO URUGUAYO Y MUSSE DE CHOCOLATE, ESCALDON CON QUESO BLANCO Y MOJO
Restaurante Los Patrones
1 Calle Fuentecilla
QUESO BLANCO Y VINO TINTO DE LA TIERRA, ENSALADA DE LA CASA, POLVITO URUGUAYO Y MUSSE DE CHOCOLATE, ESCALDON CON QUESO BLANCO Y MOJO
CROQUETAS, ENSALADA DE SALMON, ENSALADA PEPIADA, FAJITA CESAR, TIRAMISÚ
El Monaguillo
4 Calle de José Miguel Galván Bello
CROQUETAS, ENSALADA DE SALMON, ENSALADA PEPIADA, FAJITA CESAR, TIRAMISÚ
ARROZ CALDOSO DE CARNE, JAMON SERRANO, LAPAS, ENSALADA DE FLOR, POSTRE DE FRESA
6 lokal ang nagrerekomenda
Restaurante La Casona del Vino
44 Carretera General Del Sur
6 lokal ang nagrerekomenda
ARROZ CALDOSO DE CARNE, JAMON SERRANO, LAPAS, ENSALADA DE FLOR, POSTRE DE FRESA
Delicious pizza, pasta , tiramisu and ice cream.
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Ristorante Trattoria Pizzería da Stefano
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Delicious pizza, pasta , tiramisu and ice cream.

Sightseeing

Mount Teide is the highest peak in Spain, and the third highest volcano in the world. Its three lookout points offer fantastic views of Tenerife and its neighboring islands. You can do guided walks to the peak (which take around 6 hours and are not for the faint-hearted) or take a cable car (€27 adults, €13.50 children). If you do fancy daring a visit to the mouth of the volcano, you’ll need to apply for a permit beforehand from the national park’s office in Orotava.
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Mount Teide
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Mount Teide is the highest peak in Spain, and the third highest volcano in the world. Its three lookout points offer fantastic views of Tenerife and its neighboring islands. You can do guided walks to the peak (which take around 6 hours and are not for the faint-hearted) or take a cable car (€27 adults, €13.50 children). If you do fancy daring a visit to the mouth of the volcano, you’ll need to apply for a permit beforehand from the national park’s office in Orotava.
a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most visited national park in Europe. From the luscious forests of the lava plains of La Esperanza to the lunar volcanic rock formations such as the Roques de García, it is one of the most bio-diverse places in the world.
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Teide National Park
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a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most visited national park in Europe. From the luscious forests of the lava plains of La Esperanza to the lunar volcanic rock formations such as the Roques de García, it is one of the most bio-diverse places in the world.
Los Gigantes Cliffs. Soak up the scenery as part of a day trip to Los Gigantes town, where you can also arrange snorkeling, diving, kayaking, paddle-boarding and dolphin and whale-watching trips around the cliffs.
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Acantilados de Los Gigantes
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Los Gigantes Cliffs. Soak up the scenery as part of a day trip to Los Gigantes town, where you can also arrange snorkeling, diving, kayaking, paddle-boarding and dolphin and whale-watching trips around the cliffs.
Masca Hilltop Village and Trek. The ‘lost village’ of Masca is a remote hilltop community nestled amidst dramatic mountain scenery. Arrive early to avoid the crowds and find the start of the Masca Gorge Trek, a 3-hour walk down to Masca Bay. From here you can brave the climb back up or book a boat trip back to Los Gigantes. Guided treks are available.
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Masca
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Masca Hilltop Village and Trek. The ‘lost village’ of Masca is a remote hilltop community nestled amidst dramatic mountain scenery. Arrive early to avoid the crowds and find the start of the Masca Gorge Trek, a 3-hour walk down to Masca Bay. From here you can brave the climb back up or book a boat trip back to Los Gigantes. Guided treks are available.
Hiking in the Anaga Mountains. If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. It is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like stepping back in time to another world. Hike from Benijo to the Roques de Anaga, two rocky outcrops in the sea with geological and ecological importance, or try and find the elusive Roque de Bermejo boat community, only accessible by a three-hour hike.
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Macizo de Anaga
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Hiking in the Anaga Mountains. If you’re looking for something off the tourist trail, head to to the Anaga Mountains in the north east of the island. It is the oldest part of the island, and a trip here feels like stepping back in time to another world. Hike from Benijo to the Roques de Anaga, two rocky outcrops in the sea with geological and ecological importance, or try and find the elusive Roque de Bermejo boat community, only accessible by a three-hour hike.
Drago Milenario Tree. No trip to Tenerife would be complete without a glimpse at the Drago Milenario (‘Dragon Tree’), the national symbol of the island. You can see it- alongside a collection of other endemic species- in the Parque del Drago Gardens (or stand in the square beside the Church of San Marco for a free vantage point).
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Icod de los Vinos
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Drago Milenario Tree. No trip to Tenerife would be complete without a glimpse at the Drago Milenario (‘Dragon Tree’), the national symbol of the island. You can see it- alongside a collection of other endemic species- in the Parque del Drago Gardens (or stand in the square beside the Church of San Marco for a free vantage point).
Another one on the endless list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites to be found in Tenerife, the city of San Cristóbal de la Laguna is packed full of important historical and cultural sites. For a taste of the ‘real Tenerife’, check out the farmer’s market at Plaza del Cristo. The town also boasts a lively student community and is known for its vibrant nightlife and tapas bars. Calle Herradores, a pedestrianized street filled with shops, bars and restaurants, is the place to be in the evening.
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San Cristóbal de La Laguna
7 Calle de Nava y Grimón
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Another one on the endless list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites to be found in Tenerife, the city of San Cristóbal de la Laguna is packed full of important historical and cultural sites. For a taste of the ‘real Tenerife’, check out the farmer’s market at Plaza del Cristo. The town also boasts a lively student community and is known for its vibrant nightlife and tapas bars. Calle Herradores, a pedestrianized street filled with shops, bars and restaurants, is the place to be in the evening.
Teresitas Beach is perfect for those looking for a bit of respite away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s one of the few beaches in Tenerife to have yellow sand.
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Playa de Las Teresitas
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Teresitas Beach is perfect for those looking for a bit of respite away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s one of the few beaches in Tenerife to have yellow sand.

Neighborhoods

Kitesurfing and Windsurfing. Thanks to some hefty trade winds blowing in from the Atlantic, El Medano is one of the best surfing and windsurfing spots in the world, and has played host to several worldwide competitions. The town is conveniently located beside the two largest natural beaches on the island, Playa Tejita and Playa Grande, and has gained a reputation as the most laid-back of Tenerife’s resorts -think beach shacks and happy hippies.
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El Médano
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Kitesurfing and Windsurfing. Thanks to some hefty trade winds blowing in from the Atlantic, El Medano is one of the best surfing and windsurfing spots in the world, and has played host to several worldwide competitions. The town is conveniently located beside the two largest natural beaches on the island, Playa Tejita and Playa Grande, and has gained a reputation as the most laid-back of Tenerife’s resorts -think beach shacks and happy hippies.
Beautiful place with many accesses by stairs and ladders leading directly into the sea. Natural caves form a beautiful scenery. There is also a small bar on the beach with beer and cocktails. A stairway leads alongside the rocks to another small beach and an admittedly not so nice sea water pool, but a very nice promenade. There is also a diving club.
Tabaiba
Beautiful place with many accesses by stairs and ladders leading directly into the sea. Natural caves form a beautiful scenery. There is also a small bar on the beach with beer and cocktails. A stairway leads alongside the rocks to another small beach and an admittedly not so nice sea water pool, but a very nice promenade. There is also a diving club.
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Santa Cruz de Tenerife
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Favorite beaches

Not as easily-accessible as some of the other beaches in Tenerife, Playas Bollullo is great place to get away from the crowds.
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Playa de el Bollullo
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Not as easily-accessible as some of the other beaches in Tenerife, Playas Bollullo is great place to get away from the crowds.
Playa de las Americas enjoys year-round sun, and as a result has quickly become one of Tenerife’s most popular resorts.
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Playa de las Américas
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Playa de las Americas enjoys year-round sun, and as a result has quickly become one of Tenerife’s most popular resorts.
Known as the classiest of Tenerife’s beaches, Playa el Duque is lined with boutiques and swanky tapas bars. The beach itself has a relaxed, calm atmosphere.
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Playa del Duque
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Known as the classiest of Tenerife’s beaches, Playa el Duque is lined with boutiques and swanky tapas bars. The beach itself has a relaxed, calm atmosphere.
Beach after a harbor. Very suitable for small children, with two small bays with breakwater and a playground and bar directly on the beach Loungers can be rented for € 2.50.
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Playa de Radazul
7 Av. Colón
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Beach after a harbor. Very suitable for small children, with two small bays with breakwater and a playground and bar directly on the beach Loungers can be rented for € 2.50.
You won’t find any sun loungers or umbrellas here. This wild, secluded beach in the protected area of the Anaga Mountain Range on Tenerife’s north east coast is not for your average day-tripper. Only accessible via a windy mountain road, this black sand beach is backed by cliffs and pounded by gigantic waves. Expect fantastic views of the Roques de Anaga on this blissfully secluded nudist beach, and experience Tenerife like the locals.
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Playa de Benijo
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You won’t find any sun loungers or umbrellas here. This wild, secluded beach in the protected area of the Anaga Mountain Range on Tenerife’s north east coast is not for your average day-tripper. Only accessible via a windy mountain road, this black sand beach is backed by cliffs and pounded by gigantic waves. Expect fantastic views of the Roques de Anaga on this blissfully secluded nudist beach, and experience Tenerife like the locals.