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Win a luxury five-star holiday in the Canary Islands

PUBLISHED: 00:01 24 October 2019

The Ritz-Carlton Abama (Photo by Roger Méndez)

The Ritz-Carlton Abama (Photo by Roger Méndez)

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Enjoy a five-night sunshine break for two people in Tenerife, with thanks to The Ritz-Carlton Abama and The EFR Travel Group

The Ritz-Carlton Abama is a luxury resort on the tranquil Guia de Isora coast of Tenerife, offering stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. The island's fertile, volcanic landscape provides a stunning backdrop to the hotel's Moorish-inspired buildings and grounds, which spread across 400 acres.

The five-star retreat features a secluded golden sandy beach, world-class dining, state-of-the-art facilities and an 18-hole par 72 golf course designed by former Ryder Cup player, Dave Thomas.

Dining at The Ritz-Carlton Abama is a real occasion with a total of 10 restaurants to choose from - two with Michelin Stars. Choose from M.B, where Chef Martin Berasategui has created inventive plates that offer an authentic taste of Basque cuisine; Kabuki, which fuses distinctive Japanese flavours with traditional Western culinary techniques, while incorporating ingredients from the abundant Canary Islands climate; or perhaps El Mirador, situated on the cliffs with beautiful views over the Atlantic Ocean and a menu of locally sourced fish and seafood is more to your taste.

All accommodation types, whether a room, suite or villa, are beautifully appointed and feature private terraces.

The Ritz-Carlton Abama and The EFR Travel Group is offering one lucky Surrey Life reader the chance to win a five-night break for two people, staying on a bed and breakfast basis in a Citadel Deluxe Ocean View Room - the largest room layout on the island featuring a marble bath and completely furnished outdoor terrace - at The Ritz Carlton Abama, Tenerife between 1 December 2019 and 15 October 2020.

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