If you are planning to visit Guia de Isora on your holidays, the following information may help by giving you an overview of the resort.
The municipality of Guia de Isora features great landscapes making it an attractive place for the visitor. A Guia de Isora holiday will suit you if you are looking for a picture postcard village set against a stunning backdrop of mountains. There’s a liberal sprinkling of shops, with supermarkets for all the necessities and some pretty souvenir shops.
Among the celebrations around Guia de Isora, the most outstanding is on the 3rd Sunday in September with various acts and gets very crowded when a shepherd tells an aristocrat lady of Garachico, who was visiting his lands in Malpais de Isora, of the existence of an image of Our Lady in a cave. Rescued from such a place, it was placed in a temple built for it. An annual pilgrimage called the Festivity of Nobility, visited the temple.
As for where to stay when you travel to Guia de Isora – the 5 Star Abama Golf & Spa Resort is quiet and tranquil with excellent facilities [8 swimming pools, 10 restaurants, 5 bars]. The golf course here is unique, peppered with 22 lakes and over 90,000 palm trees. Facing the sea and situated in a very peaceful area in Guia de Isora, the resort is ideal for a holiday with a difference in an unrivalled setting.
A unique game of golf awaits you at this exceptional 18-holf course in Guia de Isora, a genuine work of art created by Dave Thomas. Fabulous views of the sea and the island of La Gomera await you at all of the holes and you can improve your swing on the practice green [3 holes] and relax at the Club House.
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