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“An average experience”

Marine Walks, Port of Los Cristianos
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Reviewed 4 April 2018

We stayed at the far end of Los Christianos, and after a couple of days of passing the Street and Café vendors we started to use the inner road to get where we wanted to go. Most were fine but you do not need sarkey back chat when on holiday. I realise they are all after business but I for one like to look at a street menu without any hassel.

1  Thank pete971
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"lovely walk"
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"can walk for miles"
in 17 reviews
"sea front"
in 32 reviews
"plenty of seats"
in 15 reviews
"mobility scooter"
in 10 reviews
"enjoyable walk"
in 7 reviews
"watch the world"
in 24 reviews
"cafes and bars"
in 8 reviews
"arona gran"
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"people watching"
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"to sit and people watch"
in 6 reviews
"street sellers"
in 8 reviews
"an ice cream"
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"great area"
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"sand sculptures"
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"plenty of places to eat"
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Reviewed 29 March 2018

Lovely to have a stroll after dinner when the suns gone down,and all the lights from the restaurants and harbour twinkle on the water.

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Reviewed 26 March 2018

You can walk along the front from Los Cristianos to Costa Adeje if you have the energy. Doing it as a stroll will take about two hours including a couple of pit stops. The front at Los Cristianos itself is pretty much flat and passes a large number of eating places as well as a few shops. It is more old town than glitz and glamour and you can take in the maina and port where regular large ferry boats come in.

2  Thank Grumpy1212
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Reviewed 25 March 2018

Walking along the front with its nicely kept gardens and noting how clean everything is, was certainly relaxing. As you go further the find many little cafes with there own "rooper". inviting you to come in and sit down for a drink and something to eat, which we did. Here again you can watch the world go by as you gaze across the beach, doing absolutely nothing, but working very hard to achieve it

2  Thank JamesKent
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Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

The walk along the promenade from the Aroma Gran Hotel towards the hourbor is very enjoyable with many seats to have a rest and do people watching whilst looking out towards the sea where you will see the ferries ariving and leaving during the day, in the evening it is also pleasant to casually strole along the promenade where you will find some very good resteraunts also you might see one or two entertainers giving a show. The promenade goes through a tunnel to the next bay, infact you can walk all the way to Costa Adeje if ypu have the strength, but well worth it during the day.

1  Thank Anthony E
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