2 properties for sale in San Isidro

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finca in San Isidro new

San Isidro, Finca in a private natural paradise with a lot of tranquility in San Isidro

140 m²

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€ 995,000.-

house in San Isidro new

San Isidro, Great finca with riding arena in San Isidro

250 m²

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€ 690,000.-

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About San Isidro and surrounding area:

Granadilla de Abona is a municipality in the south of Tenerife. It is connected with the island's capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife on the TF-1 motorway and the old road of Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Adeje. Neighboring towns are La Orotava in the north, Arico in the east, San Miguel de Abona in the south-west and in the west Vilaflor.
The municipality has an area of 162.43 sqkm at an average altitude of 500 m above sea level.

The city of Granadilla de Abona buzzes with activity. Countless restaurants, bars and small shops line the streets. The court and the town hall and many historic buildings are located here. Like every village and every town it has also a central plaza. The Plaza is located at the town hall, where many locals meet regularly. The beautiful old town invites tourists to stay. At the village square stands a little chapel, the "Ermita de San Antonio de Padua". Today you can admire in that little church still very well preserved altarpieces and carvings.

Another historical building is the Franciscan monastery of San Luis Obispo, that also comes from the 17th century. Unfortunately, the Franciscan monastery was completely destroyed by fire in 1742. In the 19th century, the former monastery was built again and served as city hall. In 1963, the town hall collapsed in. It was built by the government once again and is now a listed building.

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