Guest Post: Spain: Five Things to Do in Los Gigantes, Tenerife

Guest Post: Spain: Five Things to Do in Los Gigantes, Tenerife

Its name meaning “The Giants,” Los Gigantes features enormous rock formations rising from the sea up to around 600 meters in height which can only be viewed up close through a boat trip. This humble resort features a mild climate, and stunning views make it a perfect getaway for those looking for a great place to relax and unwind.  Here is Canary Islands Info on five things to do in Los Gigantes.

1. See the Giants

Los Gigantes Giants, Tenerife, Spain
Of course, you can’t go to Los Gigantes without seeing the big rock formations which are among the highest cliffs in the continent of Europe. Ride a boat to have a better view of these giants.

2. Dolphin and Whale Watching

A bonus to a boat trip is getting the chance to see whales and dolphins. A famous tourist activity in this area is dolphin and whale watching. Just imagine seeing those lovely creatures for the first time. Wouldn’t it be magical?

3. Hike to Masca

Masca Ravine, Tenerife, Spain
Being one of the most picturesque places in Los Gigantes, a lot of tourists recommend hiking to Masca. Most people even insist that you cannot go to Los Gigantes without seeing the beauty of Masca. Going to the place consists of a three-hour walk. Yes, three hours. The hike is composed of three hours of viewing the stunning beauty of nature as you walk along the trail. Rumored to have been a pirate getaway in the past, the hike will take you through winding roads, lush greeneries, and breathtaking sceneries. Upon reaching Masca, you can either walk back or ride a boat from a nearby coast.

4. Go on a Food Trip

To fully experience a place, you must never forget to taste testing. Most of the restaurants in Los Gigantes consist of British food inspiration. Most of the menu here is designed to be “English” in nature. Now there are restaurants to note when you go hopping from one restaurant to the other. First up is Jessi. Located below the cliff and near the harbor, this restaurant serves seafood and some local Canarian dishes. Next up is El Rincon de Juan Carlos. Famous for its Canarian cuisine, this restaurant presents their dishes beautifully. Lastly, Mirandas. A popular choice for tourists, this place offers varied food menu ranging from meat to vegetables.

5. Beach Bum in Los Guios

Unlike other beaches, the sand of Los Guios beach is black. Quite small in size, this black beach has a great view of the gigantic rock formations. It is one of the best places to view “The Giants.” Along with its shores, this beach has loungers and toilets. Because of its size and characteristic, this small beach is rarely crowded. So if you’re looking for a great place to read a book, relax, soak in the sun and just admire the beauty of the rock formations, then you’ve come to the right place!
Los Gigantes is mostly famous for its rock formations, but it has the best climate for a relaxing vacation. From beaches to hiking trails, this town should be on your list of where to go in Los Angeles.
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JarnoJarno is the mind behind He loves to travel and goes on exploring around the world. It was love at first sight when he first visited the Canary Islands. Ever since then, he visits the churches, sits by the plazas, learns from the locals, eats at street food stalls and restaurants, and checks out the museums and galleries. His fascinations of the Canaries lead him to pursue the goal of telling the world about its beauty, rich history, vibrant culture and its warm people.

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