Holidays to Callao Salvaje serve up a hearty dose of peace and quiet. It’s all about the beach here, with little else to steal your attention.
Wind down in south Tenerife
Make Callao Salvaje your next holiday destination and you can expect the following. A roomy beach, of the iconic Canary Island
black sand variety. A scattering of gifts shops and restaurants. No nightclubs, but neon-coloured sunsets. And a handy postcode that plonks you a 15-minute drive from the party heart of Costa Adeje
Callao Salvaje’s a tip-top choice if you fancy injecting some hiking into your Tenerife
holiday. It’s a 45-minute car ride from Teide National Park, where the crater-studded landscapes are like something straight from a sci-fi film. And closer to base, 15 minutes away in the car, is the three-hour walking route through the challenging Barranco del Infierno ravine.
Party ‘til dawn
Days in Callao Salvaje are library-quiet – but noisy nights out on the tiles are in easy reach, too. You’re a 20-minute whizz away from party hubs like Playa de las Americas,
where cracking nightclubs and bars are teeming with live music, DJ sets and karaoke bars.
Day trip to Siam Park
Callao Salvaje also puts you a 15-minute drive from Siam Park, a Thai-themed waterpark that’s good for a day out. This place flaunts slides of all shapes and sizes, a wave pool big enough to surf in, and its very own white-sand beach. Kids have got their own smaller flumes too.