Marina del Sur Tenerife is a sports harbor with beautiful, well-kept construction. It is located in the magical harbor town of Las Galletas, a traditional fishing village where tourists mix with the local population. Surrounded by a unique natural environment and favored by the pleasant climate of the south of the island, the port has numerous services for nautical and leisure activities, as well as a varied gastronomic offer. Here, different attractive events are organized throughout the year.
The marina Marina del Sur Tenerife offers its facilities and services to the general public all year round. And it is a perfect mooring place for your sailboat charter in Tenerife.
The unique charm of the Marina del Sur has made it easy for us to decide on the location of our second destination. The small, traditional fishing village of Las Galletas offers a traditional ambiance, excellent culinary offerings, and a wide range of leisure and water sports activities.
On Tenerife's west coast, the geologically oldest part of the island is Europe's second-highest cliff, the "Acantilados de Los Gigantes." Up to 600m, the "cliffs of the giants" fall steeply into the Atlantic. You can have a breathtaking sight whether from land or from the water. The small marina of Los Gigantes offers excellent protection and is relaxed to the neighboring island of La Gomera. This is an ideal starting point for exploring Western Canals during your sailboat charter in Tenerife.
The reason for naming the cliffs as Los Gigantes is apparent. These cliffs are located in the municipality of Santiago del Teide and are part of the Teno Landscape Park. In some places, they reach a height of 600 meters above sea level and fall almost vertically down into the sea. You almost get dizzy when you look at them from below. The waters at their feet reach a depth of approximately 30 meters and have a diverse underwater world that attracts divers and sea anglers alike.
El Hierro is the smallest, westernmost and southernmost island of the archipelago. It is home to the El Hierro giant lizard (Gallotia Simonyi), which grows up to 60 cm long and is critically endangered. The clear waters of El Hierro make the island an ideal destination for divers. You will be fascinated by the gorges and cliffs, which are up to 1,000 meters high. The volcanic landscape harmonizes fantastically with the green of the mountain slopes. You can let your eyes wander over them, while you taste the typical cake from El Hierro, the Quesadilla Herreña. In the south of Tenerife, there is a ferry service to El Hierro. But you can also reach the island by plane and your sailboat.
La Gomera is the closest island to Tenerife. The Garajonay National Park and the charm of the small villages around it are the main attractions on La Gomera. The mysterious atmosphere of the laurel forests suits the tranquility of the rest of the island, where there is a whistling language (El Silbo) declared by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage. For a holiday with family or friends, a tour by sailboat charter in Tenerife to the impressive natural monument of Los Órganos should be unforgettable. There, you can taste the Dip Almogrote and the palm honey at the Roques de Hermigua. Throughout the rugged landscape of La Gomera, there are terraced fields and small, typical Canarian houses. The gorges are opening to the sea end in beautiful stalls and bays. In the Valle Gran Rey, visitors will find a wide range of accommodation and sun, sea and lots of peace and quiet. In the port of Los Cristianos in the south of Tenerife run daily several ships with destination San Sebastián de La Gomera. Another way to reach the island while vacationing in Tenerife is to take a 30-minute flight from Tenerife North Airport.
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