Guia de Isora is a small isolated town situated on the South-West coast. It is known for its large farming centre and produces several varieties of fruit and vegetables which are distributed to other towns in Tenerife as well as used locally in restaurant and sold at farmers markets.
The location attracts holidaymakers looking for a peaceful holiday. It has opportunities to explore natural attractions such as Mount Teide national park, cliffs, beaches and fields of vegetation. More lively activities consist of golfing, fishing and whale watching cruises.
Down the mountain is Dom Juan Beach; as it is a more of a tourist area, it has a lively promenade full of restaurants and bars. In Guia de Isora centre there are plenty of restaurants to dine in also many boutique shops and souvenir shops to venture around.
Tenerife is lucky enough to boast a near-year round climate, there is very little variation between Summer and Winter in temperature and indeed in rainfall. However the day-to-day weather around the island can vary depending on where you are in the island, for example at the summit of Mt.Teide it may be snowing whereas just an hour away on the beaches of Playa de Las Americas you can quite happily sunbathe! The coast of Tenerife boasts the most sunshine and least cloud than the rest of the island. The hottest months are July and August with an average temperature of 25C, the coolest months are December to February with an average temperature of 18C although it can reach up to 22C even in these months! The driest months are June to August with virtually no rainfall, the most rainfall falls from October to December with an average of 15mm a month.