Costa Teguise is a purpose built resort which started taking shape in the 1970’s. Located on the Northeast coast it boasts five beautiful beaches, sports and excellent places to eat. The constant breeze ensures a lovely climate all year round and is what makes it a popular place for residents.
Costa Teguise is ideal for couples, families and sports fanactics.
As a modern, purpose built resort you’ll find free wifi in most places but why not switch off your phone, tablet or laptop and really relax on holiday. Instead, grab your camera, head out for a walk and really experience the beautiful resort of Costa Teguise.
Book a massage, holisitic therapy or spend a couple of hours at Hotel Beatriz Costa & Spa. Afterall, you can reconnect at anytime!
Whilst not renowned for a ‘party’ nightlife, Costa Teguise does offer a relaxed friendly atmosphere in the evenings. Most people are drawn to the Pueblo Marinero, the central square, lined with bars and restaurants and quite often host to live music from local musicians on the bandstand.
Just off the Pueblo Marinero you’ll find a smaller, Cesar Manrique styled square with a huge rubber tree as it’s main feature.
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If you’re not visiting Costa Teguise with the intention of doing watersports why not consider having a go at something new? There’s loads to choose from: Surfing, Paddle Boarding, Wind Surfing, Sea kayaking, Diving and of course Golf.
All the schools offer ‘trial’ packages for beginners and courses for intermediate and advanced sporting enthusiasts.
Costa Teguise offers a range of designer clothes and shoes outlets as well as perfumeries, jewellers and souvenir shops. You won’t have to walk far to come across some lovely bargains.
The Pueblo Marinero is a hive of activity each Friday night with a market offering artisan goods and souvenirs.
There’s a whole range of fun things for everyone right on the doorstep. Costa Teguise is home to the only aquarium on the island, the first aquapark and the islands first golf course. There are also lots of play parks and free gym equipment dotted around the resort that you can make good use of when you’ve have had enough of the beach or the pool!
Enjoy a good old english breakfast or do what the spanish do and drop into a local cafe for a sandwich or pastry. There are endless good quality options for lunch and evening meals, it really depends on what you fancy and when. Look for great meats, fish and tapas if you’re looking for local food or choose from a range of international foods like Italian, Indian, Chinese – you’ll be spoilt for choice!