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    Los Jardines de Abama


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    With 2 or 3 bedrooms and varied layouts, the Los Jardines de Abama apartments will delight any buyer From garden apartments facing the island of La Gomera to duplex first- or second-floor homes with spacious ocean-facing terraces, there’s sure to be a unit that fits you to perfection.

    The apartments range from 62-143 sqm, with terraces between 22-128 sqm. Los Jardines de Abama come fully furnished and ready to enjoy from the moment you open the door, featuring top brands like Porcelanosa, Axor-Hansgrohe, and Duravit.

    Each home has a parking space and a private storage room in our underground facility. Built-in wardrobes, all-suite bedrooms, and energy-saving systems are just a few of the additional features that make these residences special.

    Abama Resort Tenerife is an exclusive 400-acre vacation and residential destination offering Michelin-star dining and world-class service to those who prefer tranquillity over fanfare. And with the majority of our terrain dedicated to our luxury properties, this is an ideal place to live or visit. Our undisturbed beach, sumptuous spa and year-round springtime climate provide a welcome retreat just a few travel hours from most major European cities.

    Owners of Los Jardines de Abama automatically become members of the Abama Prestige Owners’ Club, and receive news about activities and special events we plan on site and all over Tenerife.

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    Ensconced in the southwestern Tenerife municipality of Guía de Isora, Abama’s 400 acres offer the best of the best in a luxury resort. Among Tenerife’s varied microclimates, Guía de Isora’s is considered the most favoured, benefitting from both the trade winds and the Gulf Stream. 61% of the municipality’s territory is protected, and the Teide National Park offers incredible vistas, hiking and opportunities to observe flora and fauna.

    The Canary Islands, lying just north of the Tropic of Cancer and a few hundred kilometres from the African coast, have long been a favourite destination of the European traveller. With over 3,000 hours of sun per year, and an average temperature of 21ºC (71.6ºF), the 7-island archipelago’s 12 months of springtime weather provide a welcome retreat from the northern climes. The islands, which comprise Spain’s southernmost autonomous region, are a wonder of natural, geographic and demographic diversity, with 250km of beaches and four protected national parks. Volcanic in origin, the islands support a rich variety of endemic flora and fauna.

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