La Orotava :
Unmissable tourist sites
La Orotava Travel guide
La Orotava : Michelin's recommendations
This attractive town on the north coast of Tenerife, arranged in terraces at the foot of the mountain, dominates a fertile valley. The old quarter has retained some fine mansions, whose wooden balconies are some of the most beautiful in the Canary Islands. La Orotava is well worth a visit, especially on the Thursday after Corpus Christi, when its streets are strewn with flowers, or on the second Sunday after Corpus Christi, when the feast of St Isidore is celebrated.
Tourist attractions La Orotava : Things to see and do
Calle S. Francisco E - 38300 La Orotava
In this street you will see some of the town's finest balconies. At n os 3 and 5, two 17C houses known as Casa de los Balcones have splendid balconies and delightful patios. A craftwork shop and a small museum that shows the inside of a traditiona..
E - 38300 La Orotava
The 18C Church of Nuestra Señora has a pleasing Baroque façade flanked by two towers. It is also worth having a look around the inside, where you will discover some interesting works of art.
Plaza de la Constitución E - 38300 La Orotava
The square serves as a good lookout point and has two main buildings, the 17C Baroque church of San Augustin and the Liceo Teatro (cultural centre).
Hotels La Orotava
Nicandro González Borges, 19 E - 38300 La Orotava
This mansion is located in La Orotava, 7 minutes' drive from the beaches and 30 minutes from Teide National Park. It offers an outdoor pool, sauna and large rooms with a satellite TV. The rooms at Hotel Alhambra feature parquet floors and classic-st..
Restaurants La Orotava
Barranco de la Arena 53 (salida 32 TF 5) E - 38300 La Orotava
This restaurant offers a choice of three contemporary dining rooms, one of which is glass-fronted and enjoys views of the garden and sea. From the kitchen, semi-visible to diners, guests can savour contemporary à la carte options and various tasting ..
Hermano Apolinar 8 E - 38300 La Orotava