Callao Salvaje is a small resort town (it is even called a village) located in the southwest of Tenerife, on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. The nearest tourist centers are Costa Adeje, Los Cristianos and Las Americas. The resort initially began to be built up with luxurious secluded villas, and the wealthy French and British are still actively buying real estate here.
This is a secluded resort, there are no noisy discos and crowds of tourists, and the most common type of accommodation is apartments or apart-hotels, the ratings of which are mostly high. On the coast, the most popular are Atlantic Holiday, Albatros, Aguaviva, Villa Carla and others.
As noted above, Callao Salvaje is a tranquil resort ideal for a secluded family getaway. However, the neighboring major tourist spots can be reached in 10-20 minutes. The most convenient way to get around is by car. It is by car that it will be convenient to visit the most interesting places of the island: national parks (park of monkeys, eagles, loro park), the castle of San Miguel and the pyramids of Guimar.
Among the disadvantages of the resort are frequent waves, large stones on the beach and insufficiently good transport links.
On the beaches there are gray volcanic pebbles. The beaches are well equipped with showers, changing rooms and lifeguards. Sun loungers and sun loungers are paid. Not the most suitable place for small children, as there are stones and not very convenient entry into the ocean. The water is sometimes muddy, there are waves, storms are frequent in winter. Tourists often travel to beaches in neighboring towns.