Parks in Tenerife

Top Parks in Tenerife, Spain

Parks in Tenerife

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  • dama3j
    Bloomington, MN239 contributions
    This is a very beautiful piece of art that offer you an amazing view. It is hard to find the history of this public park with amazing manicure gardens. After asking to workers there, we were told the city of la Orotava takes care of the garden.
    Written April 4, 2020
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  • Graeme B
    Los Cristianos, Spain19,760 contributions
    This Parque is a lovely place to spend an hour or two, unless you got kids & then you could spend longer.

    It's in its early days & a lot of the gardens still need to fully develop, the Skate Park has a long way to go & then there is phase 2 to be started

    BEWARE If you use the map position put up by TripAdvisor. Even though they have the correct address & have been informed by me twice, their map position is over 1 hours drive away from being correct.
    Use Google Maps, they have it right (on the same information) @23/08/19

    If you do find it you'll have a great time.

    There is plenty of parking.
    Written August 23, 2019
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  • Graeme B
    Los Cristianos, Spain19,760 contributions
    This place is always relaxing, but at the moment it is more so as there are very few peeps around.
    Watching the Waterfalls throwing the gallons of water down, is truly mesmerising.
    There is also fish, plus Lizards & birds to watch, & it's all free.
    Written July 20, 2020
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  • Myke
    Chandler’s Ford, UK42 contributions
    Super place to visit.

    But if you are not very mobile, beware lots of hills and walking, good wheelchair access everywhere.
    Written May 30, 2019
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  • Graeme B
    Los Cristianos, Spain19,760 contributions
    Nice place with great views.
    A lot of steps though so make sure your fit, or you might end up having 1, tee hee.

    Good cafe serving very good coffee plus lots more..

    Nice way to spend an hour or two.
    Written May 18, 2019
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  • Doug M
    Wasaga Beach, Canada618 contributions
    While in this area take a stroll thru the area and enjoy the views very pretty area and well worth taking some pictures for the memories down the road
    Written March 21, 2020
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  • AndrewHogg
    26 contributions
    Stopped here on the way back to the South of the island from Mount Teide for lunch.

    A great place to stop and have some lunch and relax and break up the journey.
    Written June 1, 2019
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  • David D
    Devon, UK15,468 contributions
    Sunday 12th December we exploring and sightseeing in Puerto de la Cruz. While walking about we discovered this delightful small garden. It was located in the pedestrianised area a short walk from the Port area.

    The garden was filled with colourful bushes and vibrant poinsettia plants. There are a number of benches and seats around the small park, where visitors can sit and rest or just enjoy the peace and quiet amongst the colourful plants.

    The Park is named in honour of Doctor Victor Perez González. He was born in was born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on 8th June 8 in 1827 and died there on 21st November 1892 aged 65.

    The Doctor is best known for his work against Yellow Fever, for which he received a number of awards.

    As well as his work in medicine he was also involved in the field of botany. He also promoted the philosophy of the garden and walks, linked with the island's economic development based on tourism. 
    Written December 24, 2021
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  • natalieh8615
    10 contributions
    Take a seat underneath the old palm trees and enjoy a quiet moment with a book, people watching, or enjoying a coffee. Close to the ocean, a small and intimate square with lots of locals coming and going.
    Written February 28, 2020
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  • Neil K
    Liverpool, UK610,817 contributions
    Up bright and early on a beautiful sunny morning, November weather was awesome, temperatures in the mid 90's, my twin brother Stephen and I were heading to a cafe when we decided to walk through Parque Del Charco.
    A beautiful, peaceful park ,really well maintained, despite the really hot conditions the park looked lush ,I loved the way it was laid out ,some nice benches to take advantage of the beautiful surroundings, there's also an eye catching sculpure in this park by renowned sculptor Clemente Ochoa, we stayed in the park for about 20 minutes or so ,we enjoyed a soft drink here planning out the day ahead while sipping our cola's before we moved on and for a first time visit to Parque Del Charco we were totally impressed, its easy to locate along Paseo Los Morritos, most definitely well worth checking out if you're in the area.
    Written December 26, 2021
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  • David D
    Devon, UK15,468 contributions
    Saturday 11th December and we visited this delightful Square in the heart of the Town of Arona.

    This square surrounded by some rather grand buildings which includes the impressive City Hall.

    It is also home to the Church, Iglesia De San Antonio Abad

    Outside the City Hall are two statues, the first one is Estatua de Santo Hermano Pedro a Saint born in Vilaflor in 1626.

    The second is Estatua de San Carlos Borromeo, a Cardinal in the Catholic Church,  he was born in Arona in italy.

    It does not take long to walk around the Square and experience it's charm.
    Written January 29, 2022
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  • David D
    Devon, UK15,468 contributions
    Saturday 11th December while sightseeing in Arona and we visited this small park, which located near the outskirts of the Town.

    We discovered from the tourist information board that the park was originally the site of Arona's first cemetery, operational from 1840 to 1939.

    The original cemetery was demolished in the 1980's. It was replace by the new cemetery at Montaña Fria.

    We walked by an Almacigo tree which is symbolic tree of Arona, once the site of a small Chapel.

    The Park retains the same shape and form as the cemetery and the archway was the original entrance

    The Park was inaugurated on the 10th February 2011.

    Within the Park is a small  bust statue in honour of  Edwardo Dominguez Alfonso who was born in Arona in 1840 and died in 1923 aged 83. He served as the First President of the Island Council of Tenerife.
    Written January 9, 2022
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