Many outdoor sports activities are on offer in the subtropical paradise of Tenerife. Atlantis Park Hotel is European quality service for mature tourists and families in an island paradise. We offer children and families a giant pool, and outdoor chess set, foosball, table tennis and darts. Nearby, visitors can find golf, sailing, diving, parasailing, surfing and snorkelling, walking and hiking.
The north of Tenerife is one of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes for hiking in Europe. The largest of the Canary Islands, half of the island of Tenerife is a protected nature reserve and the weather is ideal for hiking throughout the year. Trails connect Teide National Park and its famous volcano with all corners of the island. Enjoy the walks through the wilderness reserves or check out Punta del Hidalgo’s promenade and the fresh air of the trade winds.
Tenerife is a world-renowned tourist destination. While you’re enjoying the perpetual spring, why not fit in some golf at one of nine golf courses. Three golf clubs are located near Punta del Hidalgo in the northern end of the island, and the staff at Atlantis Park Hotel can help organise transport to 18 hole golf courses in the bustling southern end of the island.
Imagine a winter with sun and wind of 22 knots and a rewarding ocean. Tenerife is ideal for beginner or experienced sailors. Chartered sailing expeditions can take you to the other islands of the Canaries, or simply sail beside the unrivalled cliffs known as Los Gigantes.
With an ideal geographical position and climate, Tenerife offers surfing all year round. Waves are challenging and the marine ecosystem and reefs are outstanding. Types of surfing available include paddleboard, regular 280cm longboard and everything in between. The staff at Atlantis Park Hotel will happily help organise transport to beaches around the island so you can enjoy surfing on impressive Atlantic waves.
Chambel bottom fishing is one of the most popular fishing options in the Canary Islands. Deep sea fishing in Tenerife is practiced most often during summer, which is when the following species are commonly caught: blue marlin, bluefin tuna, yellow fin tuna, snapper, bream, barracuda, bonito, white marling, amberjack and bluefish. The friendly team of receptionists at Atlantis Park can assist with booking a chartered fishing expedition and transport to the right marina/dock to begin your outing.
With visibility sometimes reaching 30 metres, the Canary Islands is an excellent option to start diving, snorkelling, or for experienced divers to have new experiences in a subtropical climate. Diving expeditions depart from Punta del Hidalgo and nearby beach towns and the staff at Atlantis Park Hotel can arrange your connection with any expedition.
Whether paddling along the island’s cliffs, past extensive beaches or out to offshore rocks and islets, kayaking on Tenerife is extremely rewarding. With safety assured by experienced kayak instructors, you’re highly likely to encounter turtles, fish and wilder marine life while out in the ocean – perhaps even dolphins. Kayak safety is paramount, so you can expect your kayak experience to include snorkelling equipment, life jackets, professional instructions and bottled water
Tenerife’s immense landscapes volcano, desert, rock, beaches, and native fauna and flora make the island an unforgettable place deserving of being immortalised on camera. Ask the team at Atlantis Park Hotel how to get to the Teide, Anaga and other areas of jaw-dropping natural beauty.