Magnificent finca with charming views in Guia de Isora


This modern finca with an exquisite taste, well equipped and decorated, is located in a rural and quiet location with beautiful views of the sea and Mount Teide.

A nice organic garden with many trees and plants surround the house, and also allows you to collect fresh ingredients for your kitchen right in front of your house.

The main house is distributed on one floor, consisting of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, one en suite, a cozy living area, a fully equipped kitchen and a beautiful winter garden with magnificent views to the sea, as well as a fireplace. There is also a patio, a sauna, jacuzzi, swimming pool and a cellar.

The property has several large terraces that invite to sunbathe and relax with a view. A covered terrace with dining area is the perfect place to start the day with breakfast outdoors.

The property offers a guest apartment with separate entrance from a bedroom, a living room with an open kitchen and a bathroom. It is recommended to visit the property to appreciate all its charm and the sensation of tranquility that this unique area of ​​the island offers.

The typical Canarian town of Guía de Isora is a good area to spend a quiet holiday and distant from the usual mass tourism. From Guia it's less than 15 min. to the coast, as well as to the mountains with the National Park.

Location & surrounding area:

Guia de Isora is north of Adeje, which has the widely known Costa Adeje. On the coast is the Playa de San Juan, Alcala and other villages form almost a continuation of the Costa Adeje, with other beaches. In the landscape the Barranco de Erques is a natural separation between the two communities. In the rising ground that adjoins the coastal strip, are urban areas such as Chio, Tejina, El Jaral or Chiguergue, but also beautiful located villas, fincas and mansions, in groups or individually.

In Aripe and Chirche important examples of the guanche culture were found. Traditional architecture and interior design is still found in many places were houses were built into the softer layers of rock, and thus each has a certain extent through a cave. Also many traditional furnaces made of layered rocks can still be seen. The soils of Guía de Isora bear the particularity that the community, because of very young porous volcanic rocks, is the most watery community of the entire south-west of Tenerife, with more than 40 so-called galleries, to distribute the water to the demand centers.

Even in terms of gastronomy and culture, Guia de Isora gives a very authentic picture of Tenerife, which is a pleasant counterpart to the bustling coastal strip with its more tourist-oriented restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.

All information is correct to the best of our knowledge. Errors and prior sale excepted. This prospectus is purely for information purposes. Only the notarized deed of sale is legally binding.


Guía de Isora

250 m²




in process

€ 1,500,000.-

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