NOELIA Playa is located in the Tenerife city of Puerto de la Cruz, the par excellence tourist enclave in the north of the Island that welcomes some of the most important leisure, cultural and tourist events on the Canary Islands, like international theatre, cinema, music and literature festivals.
NOELIA Playa is just 300 metres from Jardín Beach, with fine, black, volcanic sand, an outstanding feature of the Tenerife beaches, and it has all the required services and is surrounded by a promenade and rest areas so that you can practice sport and take relaxing strolls. One of these walks will take you to San Felipe Castle, one of the fortifications that protected the city and still conserves much of its ancestral history.
Skirting the beach, and while you are enjoying the magnificent views of the Atlantic, the visitor will arrive at Loro Parque, just ten minutes away, one of the Island’s main tourist attractions, which has been going for over forty years now, and which has become an internationally famous place. It houses over three hundred different species of parrots but you can also see penguins, monkeys, chimpanzees and, above all, sea animals like dolphins- it has the biggest dolphinarium in Europe-, orcas, sea-lions and sharks, amongst many other animal species.
But your stay at the NOELIA Playa has other great advantages:
- It is 25 km from Los Rodeos Airport ( North) and 90km from Reina Sofía Airport (South).
- It is next to the Puerto de la Cruz sports pavilion.
- Just 100 metres from the central bus station where the guaguas leave from to take you the Teide National Park or any other destination on the Island.
- Ten minutes from the Botanical Gardens.
- Ten minutes from the Taoro Park.
- Fifteen minutes from the casino and the pools at Martíanez Lake.
- 1,5 km from the Loro Parque
- 41 km from the Buenavista golf course.
- 20 km from La Laguna, a World Heritage city.
- 40 km from Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the Island’s capital.
- 84 km from Teide, the third biggest volcano on Earth from its Ocean base, that gives the insular geography its unique singularity.