Frontera Vacation Packages
While it can be a temptation to limit yourself to just the local sights while visiting Frontera, don't forget, Canary Islands' numerous scenic and cultural delights lie just beyond your doorstep. While in the region, visit the Roque De La Bonanza and El Hierro Biosphere Reserve in and around Valverde, some 7 miles (11 kilometers) to the southwest of Frontera.
San Sebastian de la Gomera is approximately 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Frontera. This regional center features a diverse range of things to do and see, including Los Organos, Playa de la Cueva and San Sebastian de la Gomera Harbour. Santa Catalina Beach and Garajonay National Park are among the many other points of interest here that should be high on everyone's itinerary.
Canary Islands is a good spot for visitors who get excited about gardens and open-air markets. To really understand a place, it's good to peer back through the mists of time. Canary Islands' colorful old towns are a great place to start.
Canary Islands offers those in the area with a wide range of gentle pursuits, such as picnicking and beach combing. Follow your interests with one of the guided nature walks, cycling tours and segway tours. There are plenty on offer in and around Canary Islands.
When it's finally time to check out and say "Adiós" to Frontera, you'll have many memories you'll cherish forever.
Accommodation in Frontera
At this point in time, Frontera doesn't offer a wide range of hotels and other types of accommodation registered on our Frontera hotels guide, so reserve a room if you want to stay the night.
If you are planning a stay in or close to Frontera, be sure to check out the Hotel Ida Inés and Apartamentos Los Verodes.