In our latest article Luxury Travel we visit a newly-opened luxury accommodation centre in the Canary Islands.
Magical experiences mark you forever, and your next Tenerife holidays will be one of these special memories. You’ll discover extraordinary landscapes, relax in the peace of natural surroundings, and enjoy the comforts of world-class accommodation. Your adventure will let you leave the European winter behind, and, while still in Europe, you’ll be surrounded by a local community that has successfully welcomed international leisure and second home tourism – without renouncing its identity. Welcome to Abama Resort in a secluded location on the southwest coast of beautiful Tenerife, the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands.
Los Jardines de Abama is the latest development in Abama Resort. At the beginning of 2021, the first flats were finally completed. The project has been carefully and superbly prepared by Abama Luxury Residences with the guarantee of a profitable and secure investment in the best resort on this stunning island that is bathed in sunshine almost all year round. The different layouts of the apartments make it possible for all buyers to find what they are looking for. From garden flats with views of the island of La Gomera, to first or second floor duplexes with large terraces and ocean views, each flat is the perfect place to relax in a serene and sunny environment.
In October 2021, Los Jardines de Abama proudly opened as new luxury accommodation managed by MyWay Meaningful Hotels. Just like the other five-star hotel Las Terrazas de Abama, within the same area of Abama Resort, los Jardines offers guests unforgettable memories as they spend their holiday in this beautiful corner of Tenerife.
The 48 luxury flats of Los Jardines de Abama, overviewing the Atlantic Ocean, are magnificent cocoons and have been designed with the utmost finesse and attention to detail by Coderch Urbanismo y Arquitectura. Each flat enjoys absolute privacy and panoramic views. Several swimming pools are available. Contemporary architecture, elegant interiors, and stunning views can be enjoyed from the terraces or gardens of the Los Jardines apartments, which the moderate Tenerife weather allows owners and hotel guests to visit at any time of year. The complex of suites faces the Atlantic Ocean, and you will wake up every day with the island of La Gomera in front of you and an endless sea beyond.
Five-star hotel service is available alongside a fully equipped kitchen and living area that can make your Tenerife holidays as private as you like. Boasting Michelin restaurants on the grounds, and a secluded beach cove, the sister hotel Las Terrazas de Abama Suites has won a Travellers’ Choice award and risen to the top of the ranks of the island’s hotel offer. Both Las Terrazas de Abama Suites and Los Jardines de Abama excel at looking after your fitness and wellbeing, boasting one of the best golf courses in Europe. The Abama Tennis Centre and award-winning Dave Thomas designed golf course are within walking distance as well, providing plenty of leisure activities for sport lovers.
Tenerife is the largest island in the Canary archipelago. Its unique geography has allowed it to protect the largest number of endemic species in Europe, and it has been named a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. With an average temperature of 22 degrees Celsius and 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, Tenerife has long been called the “island of eternal spring”. Thanks to the many airline routes to other parts of Europe, the world has learned of its treasures, including its rich local culture and cuisine, cultural institutions like the Adán Martín auditorium designed by Santiago Calatrava – the renowned architect also famous for Liege station, luxury hotels and, of course, incredible beaches on the shores of the Atlantic.
Indeed, Tenerife’s 342 kilometres of coastline provide the sun and beach tourism that so many of us love, but the island is a jewel worthy of exploration no matter what your favourite holiday activities are. Hiking, landscape photography, sailing, whale and dolphin watching, or exclusive guided tours of protected nature reserves such as the Barranco del Infierno can all be part of your Costa Adeje holidays. From any part of the island, the Tenerife skyline is dominated by the Teide. At a peak of 3,715 metres above sea level, the volcano is the highest in Spain and the third highest in the world.
In the southwest, the town of Guía de Isora – home to Abama – is a model destination that has opted to reinforce its cultural attractions and pursue high-end, high quality tourism for modern visitors who seek exclusivity, personalised services, and a low-key environment, delivering quality, comfort and tranquillity.
As part of this extraordinary island and community, Abama Resort retains a deep commitment to sustainability and to reducing our environmental impact more each year. It participates in conservation and social projects, emphasises local hiring, applies for certificates that require low CO2 emissions, and uses resources carefully. Here, tourism is sustainable as Abama Resort protects the area’s natural and cultural heritage, offers slow tourism free from hurry and stress; and is authentic in its focus on the local traditions and attractions that make a holiday an adventure in enrichment.
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