From the Finca Bergmann you can easily start to destinations all over the island.
Thanks to the colourful variety of Tenerife there is something for every taste, from a relaxed beach day on black lava sand to sporting adventures.
The following highlights await you in the sunny south of Tenerife:
On the Costa Adeje you will find everything a holidaymaker’s heart desires. One sandy beach follows the other, all with amenities such as sun beds, lifeguards and cafés. Countless cosy restaurants attract menus with dishes from all over the world, while you can find souvenirs for your loved ones at home in the shops along the beach promenade.
Barranco del Infierno
The trail through the Barranco del Infierno gorge is one of the most beautiful in Tenerife and takes you directly to a beautiful waterfall, that can be up to 200 metres high. Afterwards you can enjoy a meal in the historic centre of Adeje with the typical local dish of the “Mojo Chicken”.
The Teide is Spain’s highest mountain and at the same time one of the largest island volcanoes in the world. It sits enthroned in the centre of the island and is therefore easy to reach from both north and south. Walk along bizarre rock formations that have served as the backdrop for Hollywood movies or take the cable car to the top, where you have a unique view of Tenerife and the neighbouring islands.
The green north offers you, among other things, the following excursion destinations:
Punta de Teno
The Punta de Teno is the most north-western point of Tenerife and is known for its striking lighthouse and the adventurous road connection to Buenavista del Norte. From here you have a wonderful view of the huge cliffs of the west coast, which have been appropriately named “Los Gigantes”.
The Masca Gorge is probably the most popular hiking trail on the island. No wonder, as fascinating impressions line up along the tour. Start in a remote village that until the 1960s was only accessible via a sandy track and according to legend originally wanted to serve as a hiding place from pirates. From here it takes about 3 hours through the breathtakingly beautiful gorge down to the beach of Masca.
There is a lot to discover in the island capital Santa Cruz. Buy exotic fruits at the popular Nuestra Señora de África market or browse the many shops and boutiques for unique gifts. The city’s museums and parks are also worth a visit, as is the city beach “La Tejita”, which is known as the cover of many postcards and travel catalogues.
The historic centre of La Laguna is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and, as a cultural centre, is home to the only university on the island. On a tour through the picturesque alleys you can admire the many buildings in the historical Canarian style and review the impressions in one of the inviting cafés.
Puerto de la Cruz
The third largest city on the island is very popular with holidaymakers, because here you will find the perfect mixture of nature, holiday feeling and culture. Here you can visit the famous Loro Park, the most beautiful zoo in Europe according to Tripadvisor. With the “Lago Martiánez” you will find a very special natural bathing area and the beach promenade is ideal for an evening walk.