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Los Cristianos has a more relaxed pace of life, with nightlife here been centred around restaurants and pavement cafes, making it the ideal choice for couples and families alike.

The long promenade stretches the length of the resort edged by designer shops, an ideal way to while away a few hours after sunning yourself on one of the man made sandy beaches.

Transfer Time – approx 25 mins

People come to Los Cristianos for one thing: its beaches! Los Cristianos itself has two beaches, with more just a short drive away to the neighbouring resorts. On one side of the Los Cristianos Harbour- itself a blissful way to sit on the waterfront and while away a few hours watching the boats come in- is Playa de las Vistas, a beautiful, broad sandy beach which has a plethora of amenities right on the beach side, including beach bars, authentic local restaurants, shops and watersports. The beach is close to the centre of Los Cristianos for those wanting to get out of the sun and take a wander into the pedestrianized town, where you’ll find more eateries and plenty of shops.

 

Los Cristianos Beach lies on the other side of the harbour, and is a more secluded, prettier option. A segue between Playa de las Americas and Los Cristiano, the beach is protected by high cliffs and scattered with cafes, for you to grab a snack and a drink and take in the view. 

As with many resorts in Tenerife, Los Cristianos is geared towards hungry tourists and serve up vast and varied gastronomic options. British, Italian, European, Chinese, Indian and Lebanese cuisine are all present, as well as the Spanish specialities.

Location of Los Cristianos

Key Facts

  • Language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro
  • Flight time: 4.5 hours
  • When to go: Year-Round