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Playa de las Americas

Playa de las Americas Holidays

Playa de las Americas is the party capital of Tenerife, from the loud music and LED lights of the strip to the light and music fountain; delicious restaurants and fabulous shopping. Not only is Playa de las Americas perfect for party lovers it is also very popular with families especially during the day as there is plenty of activities available for children.

All Inclusive Playa de las Americas Holidays are perfect for any holidaymaker whether it be a romantic trip with a loved one, a family holiday or a party holiday with your friends! For all those cheap last minute deals to this stunning destination Abbey Travel cannot be beaten. Sit back and relax or enjoy a day of discovery with many scuba diving tours and much more with holidays to Playa de las Americas.

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Playa de las Americas is jam packed full of different activities as it is a purpose-built holiday resort. Enjoy a day of snorkelling or diving and admire sea life up close and personal, for those party lovers there are amazing boat parties with great music and fun games available. Delicious restaurants are available and of course the nightlife is incredible with a variety of bars, laser lights, awesome music and cheap drinks! So don’t miss out and book your Cheap Playa de las Americas Sun Package Holidays from Dublin Ireland with Abbey Travel today!


The Average temperature in Playa de Las Americas is 25°C.


As it is a huge tourist destination English is understood and spoken although Spanish is the official language.


Euros (EUR) is the currency used in Playa de Las Americas.


Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 between the last Sunday in March and the Saturday before the last Sunday in October). The Canary Islands: GMT (GMT +1 in summer).

For scenery a visit to the northwest tip of the island of Tenerife, around the picturesque village of Masca, is hard to beat. The village is set in the Teno Mountains, clinging to the slopes of a deep green ravine beside a narrow road full of alarming hairpin bends. Until recently Masca was off the beaten track and not accessible by road. The zigzag drive from Santiago del Teide has now opened up the village and its magical setting, reputed to have once been a pirate's hideaway. Hikers have popularised a two-hour walk from the village through a gully to the sea at the base of the majestic cliffs of Los Gigantes.

On the east coast of Tenerife, south of Santa Cruz, stand six mysterious step pyramids of which archaeologists have yet to discern the origin. The pyramids were initially thought to be just remains of agricultural stone terraces, or random piles of stone cleared from fields by early Spanish settlers. However Thor Heyerdahl, the Norwegian anthropologist who lived in Guimar on Tenerife until his death in 2002, thought differently. His research indicated that the pyramids were constructed on similar principles to those in Mexico, Peru and ancient Mesopotamia. The pyramids are now enclosed in an Ethnographic Park; the site includes a museum, life-size replica of Heyerdahl's reed ship Kontiki, a cafeteria and souvenir shop.

The Parque Nacional de las Canadas del Teide was declared a protected area in 1954 and has become recognised as offering one of the most spectacular landscapes of the world, including an enormous volcanic crater with a circumference of 30 miles (48km), out of which rises the highest peak in Spain, Mount Teide. In contrast to the coastal regions of Tenerife, winter in the park, which lies at about 6,562ft (2,000m) above sea level, brings snowfall and gale force winds, while in summer temperatures can soar to above 104ºF (40ºC). A cable car carries visitors to the summit, but many prefer to hike the route to experience the flora and fauna, including rare specimens like the violet of the Teide, the Tajinastes, as well as the many varieties of lizards and birds.

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