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Albatros Restaurant: Located on the ground floor of the main building, Breakfast, lunch and dinner, Varied buffet features local and international cuisine, Open: 7:30am – 10:00am; 12:45pm–3:15pm; 6:00pm–9:00pm.

Sunset Bar: Located in the lobby, Drinks from 10:00am - 1:00am (All Inclusive until 0:00am). Pool Bar: Next to the pool, Drinks and snacks from 11:00am - 6:00pm. Floral Bar: Drinks from 9:00pm - 12:00am. Lake Kiosk: Located next to the salt water lake, Drinks from 10:00am - 6:00pm.

How to arrive at Fiesta Hotel Paraíso Floral *** By Car: From the airport in the south, Reina Sofia: Take the TF1 Highway in the direction of los Cristianos-Adeje, then take the deviation towards Los Acantilado de los Gigantes. Look for access to Playa Paraíso once you have passed the town of Armeñime in the direction of Playa de San Juan. By Taxi: From the airport taxi stop the hotel is about 30min/30km away and the trip costs approximately 40. By Bus: Take bus number 487 to the Playa de las Américas (leaves every hour, from 8:00am to 12:00am) and then upon arriving to Los Cristianos take bus number 473 to Acantilado de los Gigantes stopping in Playa Paraíso (leaves every hour, from 6:45am until 9:15pm) More information can be found at www.titsa.com

Paraíso (Paradise) is the perfect name for this corner of the Adeje Municipality, located in the southern part of the island of Tenerife. It is located 10km from Las Americas beach and is an ideal place for relaxation. The beach extends along the coast to the three gullies that form a rocky beach where the waves break, creating a majestic show to watch as well as offering wonderful views of the island of Gomera.

The island of Tenerife is the largest of the Canary archipelago. Its most significant characteristic is the great richness and variety of the island’s landscapes: the humidity and vegetation of the north largely contrasts with the arid and sunny south. One of the most popular attractions of the island is the Teide, the highest peak of Spain at 3.718 meters. From the top travellers can take advantage of the unforgettable views. Other must-see visits include: The Natural Park of Las Cañadas, Icod de los vinos, a town where one can visit the wind cave (the biggest volcanic cavity on the planet) and the oldest Drago tree in the world, and the Port of Santa Cruz with the largest artificial salt water lake in Spain. The coast not only offers beautiful contrasts such as impressive cliffs and beaches of golden or black sand.

Details of Interest: Oficial time: UTC Las Palmas, London. Ofical language: Spanish. Oficial currency: Euro. Population: 900.000. Electricity: 220 V.

Visits & Excursions *: Las Cañadas del Teide National Park: Known for its rugged rocks with a moon-like appearance, one can take photos from the different stops along the way. Valley of the Orotava: Famous for its millennium Drago tree, one will find the Church of the Conception, the House of Balconies and the Town Hall. In the Valley of the Oratova, one will also find the Pueblo Chico theme park, with beautiful views of the sea and Teide. It is an ideal place for all the family with miniature variations of some of the most emblematic buildings. A unique stroll among magnificent architecture, nature and history. Garachico Villa: Famous for having been burnt in the volcanic eruption of 1706. The Cliffs of the Giants: In the region of Teno, located in the extreme northeast of the island and after crossing the Playa de la Arena and Port of Santiago, these spectacular cliffs will impress visitors. Candelaria: Emblematic place where you will find the Basílica and bronze statues of the Menceyes Guanches (Kings). Teresitas Beach: Located at a short distance from the capital and featuring the only beach of white sand on the island. Las Mercedes Hill: A natural reserve on the island. Puerto de la Cruz: Puerto de la Cruz offers plenty of tourist attractions to visit, including the Martínez Lakes, the Botanical Garden, the Plaza del Charco, the Paseo de San Telmo…

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