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Los Cristianos is situated in the south of Tenerife, only 20 minutes away from Tenerife South Airport. In the past, Los Cristianos used to be a quiet fishing village, but in recent years it became very popular among tourists and is now regarded as a growing resort in Tenerife.
Read our travel guide to find all there is to know about your future holiday in Los Cristianos: where to stay, what to do in the area and info about future events in Los Cristianos.
Los Cristianos is one of the most popular destinations in Tenerife and many tourists choose it as a base for their holiday. The town of Los Cristianos actually predates the tourism boom in Tenerife, so the place has a history, as well as great restaurants, bars, and beaches.
Los Cristianos is the host of one of the largest carnivals in Tenerife South and in 2018 over 35.000 people have participated in the main parade (El Coso Apoteosico del Carnaval de Los Cristianos).
If you are in Tenerife in January, don't miss the celebration of the fiesta de San Antonio Abad in Arona!
Los Cristianos market is the largest market in the south of Tenerife and here you'll find almost anything you can imagine, from clothes, souvenirs, decorative items, cosmetics and much more. We'll let you know what are the days and times when the market in Los Cristianos is on, as well as what you can find there.
Wondering what to do in Los Cristianos during your holiday here? If you're in Tenerife this November, then you can't miss the Wine Festival in Los Cristianos!
The town of Los Cristianos welcomes visitors with a total of three beaches: Los Cristianos Beach, protected by the nearby harbor; Las Vistas Beach, the most popular and beautiful beach of all three and a secluded small beach with black volcanic sand, which is considered nudist-friendly.
The town of Los Cristianos has a total of three beaches: Los Cristianos Beach, a large beach protected by the harbor; Las Vistas Beach, probably the most popular beach of all three and a secluded small beach with black volcanic sand, which is considered nudist-friendly.