Port of Los Gigantes

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Port of Los Gigantes, Tenerife

28°14’51.0″ N 16°50’33.1″ W

Right in the heart of the Teno – Rasca ZEC Zone lies the leisure port of Los Gigantes. From here there is a small selection of companies offering whale and dolphin watching excursions. All of this while being overlooked by the majestic cliffs of Los Gigantes. With the famous Masca Bay just minutes away by boat, makes it one of the main attractions of the area. The port is next to the Playa de Los Guíos in Los Gigantes and nearby is Playa de la Arena (1.7 km away). Both these beaches and the Port have been awarded with the distinctive Blue Flag for its sustainable services and facilities, in conclusion.

Port of Los Gigantes: A marina next to the cliffs. 

Next to the monumental cliffs of Los Gigantes, in the west of the island of Tenerife, is the Los Gigantes Marina. The impressive landscape of the cliffs and the pleasant climate of Tenerife make navigating this area of ​​the island an experience. The port has 368 docks distributed in five floating docks. With fresh water and electricity, in addition to a ‘travelift’, a service and mechanical station at the dock itself.

 

Restaurants and sports next to the marina

There are many restaurants next to the port of Los Gigantes that offer national and international cuisine, drinks and live music. You can also hire rental cars, water sports classes or an excursion to get close to the dolphin and whale colonies near Los Gigantes. The security service that Los Gigantes Marina has 24 hours a day gives enough peace of mind to enjoy all the leisure offer in the area without worry.

Departures from

Puerto

Colón

Costa Adeje

 

Departures from

Puerto de Playa San Juan

Guía de Isora