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Dragos del Norte:

Av. 8 Marzo, 4 – 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife

Lat: 28.4067697 – Long: -16.5540472

By car

Take the TF-5 motorway and continue for 24 km. Then, take exit 35 for the TF-320.

Join the T-312 and drive less than 2 km before continuing on Avenida 8 de Marzo until you arrive at Los Dragos del Norte.

By public transport

At Tenerife North Airport, take bus 343 to Puerto de la Cruz (8 stops).

At Puerto de la Cruz, take bus 353 to Hoya Meleque (2 stops).

Walk 350 metres to Hotel Los Dragos del Norte.

Lago Martiánez

2.2 km

Large artificial lake created by César Manrique in Puerto de la Cruz with views of the ocean and Teide. This complex doesn’t just boast emerald-water pools, it also includes gardens and a series of terraces and restaurants, all designed using elements of traditional architecture and local flora.

La Orotava

6.3 km

Located close to Puerto de la Cruz on the north-east coast of Tenerife, La Orotova is an attractive tourist town with a volcanic landscape. Set in the foothills of Teide, its colonial buildings, which date back to the 16th century, are characterised by their typical Canarian design and wooden balconies, giving this town a unique charm. In Orotova, you can visit the historic houses responsible for the area’s status as a National Historic Site, such as Casa Méndez-Fonseca and Casa Lercaro.

Teide Volcano

40 km

The highest peak in the country at an altitude of 3,718 metres. A truly unique place, not just for its immense size – which means that you can find snow here, in a tropical climate – but for its unparalleled volcanic landscape. Located in the centre of Tenerife, the native Guanche people believed that the volcano was the centre of the world and that it was connected to the afterlife. Its natural characteristics have made this volcano the most emblematic place on the archipelago.

Icod de Los Vinos

20 km

Located on the north-east coast of Tenerife, this town is famous for being home to the Drago Milenario, a thousand-year-old dragon tree. Declared as a national monument in 1917, this is the largest living specimen of the Dracaena draco tree. This town is also home to Playa de San Marcos and the lava tubes of the Cueva del Viento.