H10 Sentido White Suites
Located in Playa Blanca, a fishing village in the south of Lanzarote, the H10 Sentido White Suites (previously known as the H10 Bahía Blanca Rock) has been fully refurbished in an elegant, welcoming interior design with an Arabic touch that blends perfectly with the traditional architectural style of the complex. Converted into a Boutique Hotel specialising in holidays for adults, the hotel also features new services such as the Despacio Beauty Centre and an extensive programme of activities designed for adults.
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1, 35580 Playa Blanca, Las Palmas, Spain
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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is the largest city in the Canary Islands. It is the capital of the island, and was founded back in 1478. Over the years it has consolidated itself as an important, cosmopolitan Atlantic location. Since Christopher Columbus first came here several centuries ago for the first of three visits on his way to America, travellers from all origins have been seduced by its charms.
With a historical and colonial town centre, made up of Vegueta and Triana, and with one of the finest urban
beaches in the world at Las Canteras, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is also a leading tourist, historical, astronomic, shopping hotspot, with delightful museums and a fine range of cultural and entertainment offerings, the highlight being its well known Carnival.
The Maspalomas Lighthouse is in the south of Gran Canaria, right in the center of one of the very most visited parts of coastline in European countries.
Maspalomas, Playa del Ingles and Meloneras give a multitude of hotels and flats, plenty of leisure options throughout the day and a stunning night life surrounding the beaches.
However Maspalomas is not simply known because of its tremendous expanse of dunes next to the ocean, or its great weather. Additionally it is known because of its old Lighthouse, which found the first vacationers arrive, and observed the area become a holiday resort. Since it dawned on the first holidaymakers that the warm heat were no fluke upon this never-ending beach, the Maspalomas Lighthouse has been the silent see to a large number of days of sunlight, honeymoons, dips in the ocean and strolls over the promenade.
The decision to construct the lighthouse was manufactured in 1861, though it actually had taken 28 long years to complete. At that time, the area was an uninhabited, desert heaven, take off from all of those other island. To be able to build the lighthouse, which stands 55 metres high, they used a dock with a tiny ramp to unload the materials, that could only be earned by sea.
The lighthouse light shone for the very first time on 1st Feb 1890. It had been the only building by the end of an extended strip of fine sand which began at what's now the Playa del Ingles and tailed off near the Maspalomas Oasis. It helped to steer steamboats which protected routes between European countries, Africa and America.
Nowadays everything around it offers transformed. Now it reaches the beginning of a active promenade area with a complete variety of restaurants and surprise shops. It's the perfect destination to shop, stop off following a trip to the beach, venture out for dinner or just have a glass or two next to the long seashore.
Just a couple metres from the promenade, bathers and walkers dive in to the sand which grades the beginning of the Maspalomas Natural Dune Reserve, consisting of three eco-systems: Palmeral, Charca and Dunas (Hands, Fish pond and Dunes) which run in parallel a few metres from the ocean. The complete area can be an enormous, exceedingly valuable natural space.
Slightly further on from the Maspalomas Hand Tree plantation (Palmeral) you will see another shielded natural space, Charca, which is situated between your sea and the fine sand, providing a relaxing spot for wild birds migrating from European countries to Africa. The huge expanse of fine sand dunes start beyond this ‘fish-pond', changing their condition regularly, chiseled out by the blowing wind coming off of the ocean.
From Lighthouse, and proceeding to the dunes across the seashore, we reach the Punta de Maspalomas, which attaches with the Playa del Ingles. It really is the same beach, which just changes its name at this time. Guests here soon latch to our healthy custom of walking in one end to the other.
The beach has solitary and isolated parts, where nudism is popular. From Maspalomas Lighthouse to Playa del Ingles, the nudist area is available between beach pubs 3 and 4. From Playa del Ingles to the Maspalomas Lighthouse, the nudist area is available between beach pubs 5 and 6. Surfers congregate on the flex becoming a member of Maspalomas with Playa del Ingles. Walkers, nudists and surfers mixture easily on the beach.
A lot of things have transformed since 1861, but Maspalomas is still the perfect destination to unwind, benefit from the sea or just while away the time sunbathing. This hasn't modified, and neither gets the long darkness of the Lighthouse, in the same place as ever before. Whereas before it appeared out for watercraft crossing the Atlantic, it now envies beach-goers spending their times under the delicate sunlight in Maspalomas.
The beach at Las Teresitas is located in the north-east of Tenerife, close to the centre of Santa Cruz. Approximately 1.5 kilometres long, the beach benefits from a breakwater that protects against currents and creates water so calm that it resembles a pool. Little ones can play on the shore safely and learn to swim next to their parents as they enjoy the vast shallow areas where they can stand up.
Beach bars on the sandy beach
The palms and other trees that decorate the beach allow children to play all day on the golden sand, building castles and digging holes, protected by the trees’ shade. The beach provides showers, toilets and changing rooms as well as several bars selling snacks and drinks. It also has a rescue team that oversees the safety of its users, as well as public transport links and ample parking.