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Puerto de la Cruz Travel Guide  

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Puerto de la Cruz, located on the northern part of Tenerife, is situated in the Orotava Valley. Situated in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the region is one of the main tourist centres of the Tenerife Island, with a total population of around 31,000 inhabitants.   
The city has a mild and pleasant climate, characterised by cloudy, rainy days. The lush greenery and vegetation of the city are a result of this type of climate.   
Initially known as Puerto de la Orotava, the region was first discovered in the seventeenth century. The region served as a major port for the Orotava Valley, which was used for wine and fish export.
The inhabitants of Puerto de la Cruz are Portuense. Tourism is the major money-earning sector in the city, and the ‘free port’ status of the island brings in imports from all over the globe.

Area code:
0(+34) 922
Time zone:
UTC+0
Demonym:
Portuense
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Reviews Puerto de la Cruz

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The Plaza Del Charco, which is the town centre, is a major meeting point and houses several historic monuments such as Casa de la Real Aduana, Casa Miranda and Castillo San Felipe. The spectacular Nuestra Senora de la Pena de... more Francia, which is the region’s main church, is a must-visit. The city is also home to a number of beaches like Playa Jardin, Playa Martianez and Playa de las Teresitas. Lago de Martianez houses eight swimming pools that are filled with sea water. Garachico village is another popular location that offers a breathtaking view of the sea. The Carnival, the most important event of Puerto de la Cruz, is celebrated throughout the region in February and March, with dance, music and processions.   The city houses a number of restaurants serving delicious Spanish cuisine along with a wide array of international cuisines. Some of the popular dishes are Tortilla, Bocadillo, and fried chicken.
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