Santiago del Teide Vacation Packages

Overlooking the Valle de Santiago, this traditional town is the gateway to stunning natural attractions and hiking trails. 

Santiago del Teide makes an excellent base for exploring Teide National Park, Los GigantesGarachico, Masca and the Teno Mountains. With few visitors lingering for more than a day or two, the town has managed to retain its distinct Canarian culture. Notice that many locals still dress in traditional attire. 

Before heading out on a hike, stop at the Señorio del Valle Visitors Center, set in a beautiful 17th-century manor. Check out the exhibit dedicated to the 1909 eruption of Volcán Chinyero. The display includes an interesting collection of photographs, newspaper articles and eyewitness accounts related to the devastating event. 

Visit Iglesia de San Fernando Rey, which was originally constructed in 1679. This pretty whitewashed building looks particularly striking against its hillside backdrop. Inside, you’ll find a lovely collection of religious statues and paintings. 

Follow one of the fantastic hiking trails that wind through the countryside surrounding the Valle de Santiago. You’ll find more excellent trails northwest of town in Parque Nacional del Teide, one of Spain’s most popular national parks. Hike through otherworldly volcanic terrain or make your way to the summit of 12,000-foot-tall (3,700-meter) El Teide, the highest mountain in the country.

Santiago del Teide is an ideal starting point for visiting beaches like Playa de los Guios. Nestled under the shadow of enormous cliffs, this pretty black-sand beach is a relaxing place to spend an afternoon. You can also take a boat trip to get a different perspective on the beach’s iconic cliffs.

Visit Masca, a charming village nearby that almost seems to defy gravity with its precarious setting on the edge of a rock ridge. For a daytrip, go to Garachico, a once-wealthy town with quaint cobbled streets and natural volcanic coves along the coast. 

Reach Santiago del Teide by bus from Puerto de la Cruz, Playa de las Américas or Icod de los Vinos. Spring is a particularly lovely time to visit when the cherry blossoms are in bloom along many trails.

Accommodation in Santiago del Teide

Pre-booking a place to stay contributes to vacation happiness. Check out some of the finest accommodation in Santiago del Teide via Expedia's comprehensive Santiago del Teide hotels guide.

If you're looking at the upper end of the scale, why not book a few nights at the Be Live Family Costa los Gigantes - All Inclusive, at Calle Juan Manuel Capdevielle, 8, or the Be Live Experience Playa La Arena, at Lajial 4. The Barceló Santiago, Calle La Hondura, 8, and the Globales Tamaimo Tropical, Calle La Hondura, s/n, are two other nice Expedia-listed accommodation options worth booking.

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