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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