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.
C/ Janubio, 1, Yaiza E-35580 – Playa Blanca – Lanzarote 35580.
Access for the disabled|Bars|Buffet Services For Food|Car Parking|Fax|Fitness Center|In-Room Air Conditioning|In-Room BathRobe|In-Room Phone and Satellite TV|In-Room Safe Box|In-Room Terrace or Balcony|Laundry Service|Massage Service|Meeting Rooms|Mini Club|Room Service|Service 24hr|Spa|Spacious Gardens|Swimming Pool|Tennis Court|Wi-Fi Internet|
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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.
San Agustín beach
In south Gran Canaria is within the resort of the same name with everything you need on holiday, such as a wide range of accommodation and services, but is calm and doesn’t get the typical resort crowds. San Agustín beach is perfect for a relaxing holiday in the sunshine and is also home to one of the islands biggest thalassotherapy centres.
A volcanic sand beach close to Playa del Inglés
An urban stretch of dark, golden sand over 600 metres long with calm water and weak currents, San Agustín beach’s gentle waves are perfect for keeping the kids entertained. Along the coastal walkway you find plenty of outdoor cafés, restaurants and bars. Loungers and parasols are available for rent, along with other services such as showers, lifeguards, free parking and good bus links to Maspalomas.
Located in the north of the island of Tenerife, San Cristobal de La Laguna was the first city established in the Canary Islands and to date is the only one to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its colonial architecture, the linear layout of its streets – created in the 15th Century without protective outer walls – and a large pedestrianised shopping area, all combine to give a distinctive feel to this ancient university city, whose historic streets offer visitors an unforgettable experience.
Family walks amongst palaces, churches and convents
What most stands out among La Laguna’s old town is the large number of churches and other historic religious buildings, which offer visitors the chance to enjoy its historical and artistic sites, combined with a stop-off in some of its many tapas bars. Among the buildings open to the public are the neoclassical cathedral, La Iglesia del Cristo, the palaces of Nava and Salazar and the convents of Santa Catalina and of Santa Clara. La Laguna is well worth a visit.