In Edificio ATLANTICO in the settlement ROMANTICA II
Beautiful studio with terrace located in first line to the Atlantic (about 30 m above sea level), in a building that lies on the cliff.
Wild, romantic, the sound of the sea 24 hours a day, magical sunset every day.
Studio about 45 square meters and fully equipped. Kitchen, balcony plus 10 sqm (glazed), bathroom with washing machine, satellite TV
3 floor - elevator.
Romantica II: Romantica II of a popular urbanization in Los Realejos.
The settlement belongs to small town La Longuera which belongs again to Los Realejos in the north of Tenerife as part of the natural region of the Orotava valley.
It has about 37,000 inhabitants and within its borders there is a great variety of attractions that remain unknown to the majority of people.
Los Realejos is one of the most privileged urban districts of the island, regarding its natural beauty, the wealth that clearly makes the fact that nearly 50% of the land is under the protection of the environmental law.
Hiking in surroundings: Los Realejos has beautiful recreational areas in the natural environment.
One of the best ways to enjoy the natural and scenic wealth of Los Realejos is to visit the vantage points that stretch across the area.
Each natural and landscaped area in Los Realejos is connected to the rest of the natural spaces, through ancient trails and ancient streets, so that you could practically walk through the whole community. From the coast to the summit, hikers will find a variety of viewpoints and spectacular panoramic views, as well as the opportunity to observe rare and endangered plant and animal species, which are currently conserved thanks to the protection offered by the natural spaces of Los Realejos and future guarantees.
Playas in the surrounding area: Playa Jardín beach (about 30 minutes on foot from the studio) - The beach paradise of the north - is the jewel of Puerto de la Cruz and is divided into the three subsections "El Castillo", "El Charcón" and "Punta Brava ".
'Los Roques', 'La Fajana', 'Castro', 'El Socorro' and 'La Grimona', in order from east to west, are isolated, sheltered, secluded, intimate beaches surrounded by high cliffs - a rough watchman, who is always watchful - almost ground to a point, as if he wants to protect them from the people, so that they belong only to the sea that gave birth to them; for the same sea that recovers in them; for this blue on the horizon, which is constantly approaching, without a break, day and night, in winter and in summer, to pay homage to its fine lather, that lather which, after a short while, disappears on the sand with lovely tickling of the bubbles ,