Sights and attractions in Los Gigantes


Acantilados de Los Gigantes (Cliffs of the Giants)

It would be impossible to miss the 'Cliffs of the Giants' in Los Gigantes. At more than 500m high in places, it is easy to see why the native Guanches felt that the cliffs had mystical powers. For unobstructed views, take a boat trip or Playa de Los Gigantes. Being based at the foot of the cliffs, it is a perfect place to get a true sense of the sheer size of them. For a more picturesque photo opportunity, a walk up to the Oasis resort is a must. If it's a particularly misty day the cliffs can appear to be up in the heavens. The town's namesake is easily the biggest attraction and is visible from most parts of the area, even neighbouring resort Puerto Santiago.

Los Gigantes Marina

For those wishing to view some elegant boats, the marina is the place to be. With space for up to 368 crafts, it is a showcase of some of the finest sailing and fishing vessels in South Tenerife. Situated at the foot of the cliffs, the marina is also home to many restaurants and shops. For boat owners, it is also possible to enquire about services the marina offer. From moorings, dry dock, and repair services, the marina is the finest place to cater to your needs. The marina is also home to many activities for all ages.



There are currently no museums or art galleries in the area, however nearby Puerto Santiago does have a Fisherman's Museum and Art Gallery, the Museo del Pescador.