Our apartment is called in Spain as a studio type. Our studio has a separate bedroom as opposed to a studio. The photos and the floor plan show the apartment.
The final cleaning is € 75,00 per stay.
W-Lan on request € 2. 50 per day. Transfer from / to TFS airport € 60,00 per route. TFN € 25,00 per route. All additional services are subject to availability.
San Andrés is located in the northeast of the Canary Island of Tenerife and captivates with its originality and its occasional highlights, which make every visit an unforgettable experience. Was San Andrés until 1940 only accessible via a beaten track, so the small, tranquil fishing village is now connected to the only six kilometers away Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The picturesque village is largely untouched by any tourism, which is due in particular to the commitment of the locals. Because of numerous protests, they were able to prevent planned holiday resorts and hotel facilities from destroying or disturbing unspoiled nature. Thus tourists and tourists are guaranteed Canarian originality, a natural environment and a unique panorama. The bay of San Andrés is bounded on the south by a hill to which the white village seems to nestle. At its feet lies the ever-lively fishing harbor with its numerous colorful boats, which flatter the waves of the Atlantic. There you can enjoy fresh fish next to the other Canarian delicacies together with a good glass of wine in the popular fish restaurants. So you can enjoy life on Tenerife paired with an unforgettable view. In the midst of tranquil San Andrés you will find the small church San Andrés Apóstol, which was consecrated in 1747 and has a small open belfry. Another interesting destination is the nearby Anagagebirge. From San Andrés you can then take the beautiful winding road to Taganana and Benijos and enjoy the wonderful view over the mountains to Santa Cruz and the Playa de Las Teresitas. A special feature of San Andrés is the almost two kilometers long, light sandy beach, the Playa de Las Teresitas, on the soft, gently rolling bay, which offers bars, showers, restaurants and numerous restaurants, with shady palm trees and beach wine trees and attracts the visitors , The sand was specially hauled out of the Sahara desert around the 1970s. The contrast of the bright, gently sloping beach, the palm trees and the crystal-clear water make for a true Caribbean feeling. Numerous sports such as volleyball and aerobics are offered here in a picturesque setting. A special feature for sailors is the sailing school San Andrés, in which favorable sailing courses and exciting sailing turns can be booked. In addition to the popular Playa de las Teresitas, which, together with the turquoise blue lagoon, framed by the lush green of the palm trees and framed by the dark, dappled green mountains, the volcanic black Playa de La Gaviotas is particularly interesting. The small bay with its natural, stone-infused sandy beach, which is particularly popular with nudists, has a special view of the Punta de los Organos. The cape, slightly protruding into the sea, was named after its slender, steep cliffs, reminiscent of organ pipes. A small, idyllic beach bar completes a visit to this beautiful beach. San Andrés makes holidaymakers' hearts beat faster. If you are looking for relaxation with many different sports and want to have attractive destinations in the immediate area, will spend a wonderful holiday here.