El Medano Tenerife local accommodation for your holiday in Spain
On the South Coast of the Island of Tenerife, is the beautiful, unspoilt seaside town of El Medano Here is a small selection of local accommodation.
3 bedroom apartment (Sleeps: 5) From 120 m²
Paseo La Pardela, 38612 El Medano, Spain
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Featuring a terrace, Duplex Playa Medano is a self-catering, beachfront accommodation located in El Medano.
Restaurants, shops and bars are 300 metres away. The port is 500 metres away. More
Overlooking the sea, the apartment includes a seating area with flat-screen TV and sofa.
The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, stove and coffee machine. The bathroom comes with a shower.
Tenerife Sur Airport is a 5-minute drive from Duplex Playa Medano.
Your stay will include:
Free WiFi Terrace
Apartment: sleeps 5.
Featuring free Wi-Fi throughout, Apartamento frente al Medano offers apartments with a balcony in El Medano. The beach is 30 metres away and restaurants are 150 metres away. More
Each apartment overlooks the sea and includes a seating area with sofa. A TV with satellite channels is provided. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, stove and coffee machine. There are 2 bathrooms with a bath.
Aeropuerto de Tenerife Sur is a 10-minute drive from Apartamento frente al Medano. Teide National Park and Corona Forestal Nature Reserve are 40 km away.
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We speak your language! Apartment: sleeps 5
Located in El Medano, Bungalow Sotavento II offers an outdoor pool. This self-catering accommodation features free WiFi. The apartment will provide you with a TV and a terrace. More
There is a full a kitchenette with a microwave and an oven. Private bathroom also comes with a bath or shower. You can enjoy garden view from the room.
At Bungalow Sotavento II you will find a garden and a snack bar. The property offers free parking.
Tenerife Sur Airport is located 2 km from the property.
We speak your language! Apartments: 3
Situated in a small fishing village, and near one of the most extensive, white sandy beaches in Tenerife, the Hostal Carel provides smart and practical rooms – perfect accommodation for a relaxing,… There are 6 people looking at this guest house. More
Hostal Carel boasts spacious rooms, all of which are exterior facing. You can unwind in your room in the evening and watch some TV.
Stroll down to the beach in the morning, after breakfast, and spend the day lying on the sand and swimming in the Atlantic Ocean.
The hotel has its own cafe and bar, where you can grab a snack, some tapas, or a drink in the afternoon.
In the evening, you can head into the centre of El Medáno, where you will find a number of restaurants and bars. You can return to the hotel at any time, as guests have 24-access to the property.
We speak your language! Hotel Rooms: 21
El Medano, Cabezo windsurfing-Tenerife
El Medano (Spanish, “The sand dune”) is a town in the municipality of Granadilla de Abona, on the island of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands.
A place of strong winds, it has been the site for various windsurfing competitions and championships, though in recent years. El Medano is one of the world’s best windsurfing and kite surfing locations, with three different windsurfing spots, the Bay (flat/swell), the Harbour Wall (wavespot sideshore), and Cabezo Beach (wavespot onshore).
The town is situated near the largest natural beaches of Tenerife, the Playa Grande and the Playa Tejita. Between the beaches is La Montaña Roja (“The Red Mountain”), a volcanic cone that is a protected natural reserve. It’s a great place to relax and wind down.
There is a large town square in front of the main beach, which holds many local fiestas, especially during the summer months and a spectacular annual public firework display across the bay.
Around this square are many bars and restaurants where you can take a coffee or eat Spanish tapas or sea food. El Medano is located just south of the Reina Sofia airport, located in the south of Tenerife.
This is a small coastal resort that has a more Spanish theme than most other resorts in the south of Tenerife, frequented, especially on weekends, by local people with their children, to enjoy bathing in the shallow seas. Parking can be a bit of a problem at weekends.
Hermano Pedro (1626–1667) spent some time in a little cave situated near the present-day town. The cave is now the site of a small shrine dedicated to the saint.