Guía de Isora is a place with many tourist attractions for different interests: from natural walks, sports activities, magnificent gastronomy, history, architecture, and many other activities offered by this picturesque municipality. That’s why when you ask yourself, “what to do in Tenerife?” you just have to visit Guía de Isora. Today we will tell you the 10 best things you can’t miss if you are in Guía de Isora. Let’s start this journey!
Natural pools, beaches, and coasts to enjoy
If you are looking for something relaxing to do in Tenerife, we recommend visiting Guía de Isora for a relaxing swim, unforgettable sunsets on the coast, or a day at the beach with family. Guía de Isora offers all these experiences, adding the option of active tourism with water experiences, nature, and much more. That’s why when you visit Guía de Isora, you shouldn’t miss the following activities we recommend:
- The natural pools of Alcalá
- Walks and sunset views along the coast
- Our beaches (San Juan Beach, La Jaquita Beach, Abama Beach, among others)
- Diving in our coasts
- Whale watching all year round
- Exploring our network of trails.
Tasting the gastronomy of Guía de Isora
When you feel like eating well, you have delicious options like exploring the historical center of Guía de Isora and trying the “rosquetes de huevo” (egg cookies). You can find them at Dulcería Isora, known for being a pioneer in making these typical sweets.
But you can also enjoy a varied gastronomy. Nowadays, the municipality has a wide and selective gastronomic offer that values local and sustainable products, with establishments ranging from popular cuisine to internationally awarded restaurants.
Tours, antiques, and nature
Nature tours, hiking, and visiting charming places with history are very enriching activities. On one hand, you can have a picnic at the recreational park of Chío, which is a beautiful vegetal area composed of Canarian pine forests, or explore the network of trails that will take you to magnificent destinations such as the hamlet of las Fuentes, a place that preserves ancient traditions that characterize it, and its original architecture has been remarkably maintained.
And when it comes to visiting old hamlets, you can’t miss Chirche and Aripe, two places that retain the magic of 18th and 19th-century architecture.
Year-round sports activities
If you are a sports enthusiast or amateur, you can enjoy a wide range of disciplines throughout the year, with competitions, exhibitions, and more in both aquatic and land sports. In our calendar, you can find out about all the events held throughout the year in the municipality, such as the Guía de Isora Mountain Race or the Alcaraván Swim Crossing.
Getting to know our traditions
In conclusion, Guía de Isora is a paradise to discover with a diverse range of activities and attractions, including the traditions that preserve and maintain the historical legacy of its population. To preserve and remember our traditions, every year on the second weekend of July in the picturesque village of Chirche, the Day of Traditions is celebrated.
If you are planning a visit to this wonderful town in Tenerife, Canary Islands, we recommend checking the calendar and enjoying the essential festivities of this municipality.