H10 Lanzarote Princess
Located in the fishing town of Playa Blanca, the H10 Lanzarote Princess boasts a contemporary interior design with vintage touches. The hotel has a wide variety of services including an extensive array of dining options, featuring the new Dolce Vita Italian restaurant and specialised café Mike’s Coffee, in addition to a full programme of entertainment for little ones with water attractions and the Daisy Adventure pirate ship; the Despacio Beauty Centre; and Privilege, Exclusive Rooms and Services.
La Maciot, 1, Yaiza E-35580.
Bars|Business Center|Car Parking|Elevator|Fax|Fitness Center|In-Room Air Conditioning|In-Room BathRobe|In-Room Hairdryer|In-Room Phone and Satellite TV|In-Room Terrace or Balcony|Laundry Service|Medical Assistance|Mini Club|Room Service|Service 24hr|Spa|Tennis Court|Wi-Fi Internet|
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1, 35580 Playa Blanca, Las Palmas, Spain
Interesting places in Canary Islands
Gran Canaria is one of the most popular tourist destinations with the European LGTB community, who have stayed loyal with the island for decades now. The open mentality of the locals makes this region a place where all sexual orientations are fully respected. The only thing not allowed to visitors is not to have fun, while the area taken up by Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés is the greatest example of the peaceful coexistence between residents
The range of accommodation in Gran Canaria varies from hotels to bungalows and apartments, some of which are
considered gayfriendly. However, for complete privacy visitors can stay at exclusively gay establishments at coastal locations, and just a stone’s throw away from the beach. The gay community also has an area specially reserved for it in a warm corner of Maspalomas. Beach Kiosk number 7 is the reference bar for those who want to cool off while enjoying pleasant conversation down by the sea.
All the roads from Playa del Inglés lead to the Yumbo Shopping Centre, a gay universe that undergoes constant
transformation. In the mornings, its alternative shops offer cheaply priced products that cater for the LGTB
community. When the sun goes down, the time comes for entertainment. Bars, discos and pavement cafés open
their doors for revellers to have fun till they drop.
Gay Pride, which lasts for two weeks, and the Drag Queen Galas at the Carnivals of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
and Maspalomas, are two sacred events in the festive calendar on the island. These celebrations are of great
media impact throughout the whole continent, due to its harmonious blend of fun and respect.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Located in the north-east of the island of Tenerife, the capital bears the marks of the passing of time and a history spanning more than five centuries. Founded on May 3, 1494 by the Castilian, Alonso Fernández de Lugo, it soon became a key port on the trade route between Europe and the Americas. Lined with churches and historic buildings, the plazas Principe, Weyler, San Francisco and Candelaria are picturesque spots to visit.
Tenerife’s most important bay, with churches, markets and historic streets
The bay of Santa Cruz de Tenerife reflects its maritime past with historical buildings such as the Concepción Church and the Palacio de Carta. Dating from the early 20th Century is the García Sanabria Park, which borders the Toscal neighbourhood. The market of Nuestra Señora de África with its graceful colonial ambience, attracts visitors every Sunday, keen to explore its popular antiques market. Traditional bars and eateries can be found in the popular Calle de la Noria, which is also home to the headquarters of some of Tenerife’s most important groups of carnival street musicians.
Las Vistas Beach
Is located in Los Cristianos in the south of Tenerife. The quality of its facilities has earned it the Blue Flag award (European Environmental Foundation) for several consecutive years. With its soft, golden sand, the beach has both wheelchair and pushchair access and is also equipped with showers and bathrooms. Its serene waters makes it an ideal place for children to spend the day happily playing in the sea and sand. For parents' peace of mind the beach also has life guards.
Fun and relaxation on the beach for everyone
At almost a kilometre long, Las Vistas beach offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy long sunny walks through the clean sea all year round. A variety of leisure activities, as well as multiple beach bars in which to quench your thirst, make it one of the most popular beaches in the south of island for tourists and residents alike. Close to the beach is a lively boulevard with shops, restaurants and terraces; all the ingredients you need for a perfect day.