Rural Hotel, Finca Salamanca, Tenerife


Finca Salamanca is a beautiful country estate of 50,000 m³, situated on the South of  #Tenerife just outside Güimar Town in the Valle de Güimar.

The Antique Manor house has been lovingly restored and converted into a Rural Hotel at the same time managing to retain all of it’s original features and atmosphere.


The hotel has twenty rooms, all of them fully equipped with en Suite bathroom, telephone, mini bar,satellite TV and safety deposit box. You can choose from the Standard Double Room through to the Superior Bungalow which gives you complete privacy including private parking a private garden as well as a Jacuzz

Whilst there you have the opportunity to explore the extensive gardens, which invite you to relax and enjoy the surroundings in the many terraces.


Finca Salamanca is a fantastic setting for celebrations such as weddings, first communions etc. The Celebration Hall caters for 300 people, there are two interior caves and a marquee with various outside terraces, in one of the caves they have a sound proof disco, the other cave is a quieter area where you can enjoy a drink and a quiet chat. They have a team of professionals on hand including a public relations officer and not forgetting the Chef



The Restaurant which is air conditioned  opens every day for Lunch and Dinner and offers a special menu of 9.95€ Monday to Friday. The menu is extensive offering children's and vegetarian options. Weddings and groups can be catered for on request.

This Rural is a must to visit, even if you do not want stay it’s worth going into have look around, beautifully maintained gardens and buildings, who knows you might change your mind when you have seen it ……

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Naturally Protected Monument of Roque de Jama

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Roque de Jama, some people say it looks like Queen Victoria's Head others say it looks like a nipple on a woman's breast, depends which angle you view if from.... most people see it when exiting the South Airport, it is directly in front of them.

Either way did you know it is a  Naturally Protected area of scientific value, it's origin being related to the massif of Adeje
( Barranco de inferno), it covers an area of 94´1 a total of 19.6 belonging to the Municipal of San Miguel and the rest belonging to The Municipal of Arona.

It is the home for many species of rock plants that only grow on rock that is barren of soil and on some of the steepest rocks presence juniper, wild olive and espineros can be found.

Photo by  Mark Chambers

It is also the home of the rock dove, kestrals, barn owls and various species of bats the Pintail bat being the the most relevant.

You can access Roque de Jama  by driving through Valle San Lornezo on the TF28 in the direction of San Miguel and the Rowuq de Jama is about 500 metres along this road.