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.
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Interesting places in Canary Islands
In the heart of the Teno Rural Park in the north-east of Tenerife and by way of a very winding road, you will find the hamlet of Teno Alto, a stronghold of the island’s rural traditions where silence reigns and where residents have adapted to their isolation over recent decades. Inhabitants are also delighted to welcome visitors, however, and are used to people making the journey to see their village.
A hamlet countryside village for ramblers
The relative isolation of Teno Alto has meant the preservation of rich ethnographic traditions, such as the use of clay ovens, or ‘eras', stone structures for threshing wheat. The traditional rural houses with thick walls and red roofs are also typical. Teno Alto invites you to discover its landscape through its many trails and walkways, and you mustn’t leave without trying the wonderful local goats’ cheese. Many visitors find themselves captivated by the place and choose to stay overnight in one of the several rural houses, where they can breathe in the peaceful tranquillity of Teno.
The coastline along Gran Canaria is one of the preferred hotspots for tourists who choose to come to the island. The average yearly temperature of 24 degrees guarantees a long lasting experience at any of the beaches along the coast, most of which are easily accessible and apt for bathing. There are choices to suit all tastes. Tourists can choose from long stretches of golden sands, to tiny coves sheltered in the shadow of steeping cliffs, and areas reserved for nudists.
Maspalomas and Playa del Inglés, at the natural area of Las Dunas, are the best known spots due to their wide range
of accommodation and leisure and entertainment. Las Canteras is one of the finest urban beaches in Spain and
the pride of the residents of the capital, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. One of the most delightful nightfalls to be
had on the island is at Agaete, while the coast of Mogán is another ideal area to enjoy the sea thanks to the stability of the climate, famous around Europe for having over 330 sunny days a year.
Los Patos beach is legendary amongst nudists in the Canary Islands. Located in the spectacular La Orotava valley, with Teide in the background, the volcanic sand of this virgin beach widens over the summer and at low tide leaving one of the largest expanses of beach in northern Tenerife; similar to Fuerteventura's vast beaches. If, on top of that, the normal waves relax a little, bathing in these clean, cool waters in complete harmony with nature is just priceless. A veritable paradise.
The beach with the most volcanic sand in the Canary Islands
This beach is located in El Rincón, a protected area of two million square metres with banana plantations and another three top-quality beaches. Although difficult to access, reaching its warm sands and enjoying the silence; the solitude, the majestic cliffs and the views over the resort town of Puerto de la Cruz is well worth the effort. After the tide has gone out, take a long walk across the plains of sand or splash through the tidal pools. Well worth the trip.