1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
Playa San Juan
1 and 2 bedroom apartments
Playa de La Arena
1 and 2 bedroom apartments
2 bedroom apartments
Living room and balcony
1 bedroom apartments
Bathroom, equipped kitchen, living room and terrace with views
Communal swimming pool
Holidays homes Carlomar
We are located in the southwest of Tenerife, with one of the best climates in the world, in a natural environment, with great beaches and wonderful landscapes.
Carlomar have great vacation and residential homes in Playa de San Juan, Playa de la Arena, Puerto de Santiago and in Los Gigantes.
Perfect for family vacations and for those seeking relaxation
Playa de San Juan
Playa San Juan sits at the mouth of a ravine . This means that it is considered to be an excellent and clean area to bathe. You may be excused for thinking that this part of the coast is one of the most visited areas judging by the services on offer. You can find calm waters, natural sand, a wide promenade, in fact everything you need to relax. The gentle surf on the beach is ideal for the little ones because they can splash around in the water safely.
San Juan is an ideal place to start diving, canoeing or to try any of the other water sports that are available. Why not have a stroll or stop for a drink at one of the many bars and cafes that make this area ideal for rest and recreation.
Barranco del Infierno
The trail begins 350 metres above sea level on a natural balcony with magnificent broad views over the landscape. With the town of Adeje in the background, hikers encounter numerous animal and plant species, some endemic to the island of Tenerife and some of which are unique specimens found nowhere but the Barranco del Infierno.
Prepare to discover an area of 24 square kilometres (6,000 acres) with great geological significance between the municipalities of Santiago del Teide, El Tanque and Garachico, Here you will get to see recent lava flows creating a unique insight into the Canary Islands’ volcanic history. Don’t miss the chance to see the area’s incredible aerolian habitats (with strong winds and high salt content), where the species that inhabit them have to survive on particles carried in the wind due to the lack of vegetation. This is like an open-air science lab thanks to its varying degrees of colonisation. Get ready to spend an unforgettable day of outdoor learning and fun.
If there’s anything here that truly catches every visitor’s eye that’s the majestic sight of the volcano that lends its name to this nature area: El Chinyero. Standing 1,560 m (5,118 ft) above sea level, it is impossible to overlook. Located north-west of Pico Viejo, a walk around the volcano encourages visitors to picture what it must have felt like to be there on 18 November 1909, when the earth ripped open and began to spurt out lava for ten days in a row, leaving behind it a dense column of tephra and gas that could be seen from the nearby island of La Palma.