Our luxury resort is incredibly fortunate to be located in Guía de Isora, a tourism destination that is as equally focused on culture and tradition as it is on sport and sun. With the largest number of cultural centers per capita of any municipality in the archipelago, our little corner of the island certainly holds its own. For those looking to venture outside of Abama Resort’s grounds this August, here are just a few of things to do in Tenerife.
Estadio Heliodoro Rodríguez López
Recinto Ferial de Tenerife
Avenida de la Constitución, nº 12
38005 Santa Cruz
Tickets: www.entradas.muchoviaje.com. There will be four different types of tickets sold, from the 65€ General Admission ticket to the 200€ Golden VIP ticket that includes an open bar and an all-access ID bracelet, among other benefits.
Who doesn’t love a leisurely morning perusing artisanal wares and picking up some local produce? Fortunately, Guía de Isora offers plenty of lovely markets from which to choose.
Playa del Duque
Mercadillo de Alcalá
Mondays from 9-14h
La Plaza del Pueblo
Fashion, artisanal wares, gifts, jewelry, homewares, toys, leather goods, and a wide range of new products. Wine tasting and sales in the area.
Bus 473. Taxis are readily available.
Mercadillo Playa San Juan
Wednesdays from 9-14h
Carretera general de Adeje a Los Gigantes in the town of Playa San Juan
Fruit and fresh vegetables of all seasons, flowers and plants, baked goods, homemade sweets, all manner of goods typical of the region, as well as fashion, gift items and artisanal wares.
Artisanal Fair of Charco del Pino Padua
Artisanal Fair of Vilaflor de Chasna
Buenavista – San Bartolomé
23rd of August
(Cultura: 922-129030 *Ext. 1021 ó 1022)