A pleasant afternoon drinking wine and coffee in the sun with amazing views of mount Teide and the Atlantic ocean disappearing over the horizon.
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Did wonder if this would be a bit touristy given its location and the amazing views but no, it was lovely. Very elegant dining room, nice and not expensive wines and some fantastic food. Husband who is not a great cheese lover for some reason...More
We were in Tenerife more than 10 times in the past 20 years, but didn't know this place, I spotted it in the TV in a travel magazine. It is just a few kilomters from Puerto de la Cruz in El Sauzal. It is a...More
We decided to visit Casa del Vino as it was suggested by various travel guides. Therefore, I expected mainly tourists visiting this place which turned out not to be the case. My boyfriend and me decided to sit on the sunny terrace with beautiful view...More
We dropped in for dinner last night with my family. The waiting staff were very friendly and attentive. We ordered lots of starters to share, and they were all delicious. Also they make amazing gin and tonics...... great place to eat.....
The winery house is a compound of; restaurant, coffee/pastries shop, honey and rum museum and winery house museum. The honey and rum museum are free, explanation of how the wine is done in the island of Tenerife and the honey as well. The winery house...More
We arrived and were able to get a tavle despite no reservations and a large group seating inside. It seemed like there was only one waiter covering the outside area and I think that he was doing his best to serve everyone ... however it...More
Excellent staff made a difference here, we wish we had found it earlier. The view from here is amazing, down to the sea to your right and across in front of you to Teide in all her glory but the food topped it all with...More
Museum is easy to miss coming out of El Suazel just before you turn onto TF5. However if you miss it then I suggest you carry onto next junction and turn around because this is a place with visiting. We were a bit peckish so...More
We went there because we had a wine tasting at the connected casa del vino. The menu showed pasta dishes that combined Canarian ingredients with Italian food making. We went for the ravioli with herbs and goat cheese and the lasagna with rabbit and salmorejo...More