H10 Timanfaya Palace
With its seafront location in the fishing village of Playa Blanca in the south of Lanzarote, the exclusive H10 Timanfaya Palace hotel has recently been refurbished in a completely contemporary style with Spanish-Arabian touches. This hotel aimed at adults offers new features such as its Middle Eastern Kasbah restaurant and its specialist coffee shop Mike's Coffee. It also offers Privilege, Exclusive Rooms and Services, for those in search of that extra touch of exclusiveness. Hotel recommended for adults aged above 18 years.
C/ Gran Canaria, 1. Montaña Roja E-35580.
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Interesting places in Canary Islands
Puerto de la Cruz
Located in the north of the island of Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz was one of the first places in the world to attract the burgeoning international tourist trade of the late 18th Century. The former port of La Orotava, it is home to historical sites such as the old customs house (now an art museum) and the area around the plaza del Charco. The San Telmo promenade and the fishing district of La Ranilla, as well as the swimming pools of Lago Martiánez – created by the artist César Manrique in 1977 – situated between the Martiánez and Jardín beaches, are also a must-see.
A popular destination for nature lovers for a peaceful holiday
With its long history of distinguished visitors such as Humboldt or Berthelot and its world famous wines cited in Shakespeare's plays, Puerto de la Cruz now promotes itself as an ideal place for a peaceful holiday. It also has a large range of shops and a reputation for international gastronomy. A cultural tour should include visits to the Anglican church and cemetery and also the churches of la Peña de Francia and San Francisco.
La Tejita beach
You will find La Tejita beach in the south of Tenerife beside the Montaña Roja Nature Reserve. It is a quiet, kilometre-long beach that connects by road with the tourist town of El Médano and the fishing village of Los Abrigos. Its unspoilt nature has made La Tejita a favourite for young beach goers and water sports enthusiasts who are looking for a holiday beach away from the tourist crowds. The magnificent views of the Montaña Roja (Red Mountain), an old reddish-brown volcanic crater, make this beach a unique spot to enjoy the surrounding nature.
Nudist bathing in Tenerife, close to El Médano
La Tejita is a wild beach with golden sand and moderate waves. The constant wind makes this a popular choice in Tenerife for practising sports such as surfing and windsurfing, and the privacy offered on the eastern side, close to the Montaña Roja, makes it ideal for those who wish to enjoy nudist bathing in peace. There is a large car park right by the beach and there is also a nearby camping and caravan site with showers, a cafeteria and wooden cabin hire.
Gran Canaria welcomed its first tourists towards the end of the 19th century, when people travelled over from the
United Kingdom to the island, seduced by the generosity of its climate and the incredible curative properties of its waters. The period of transformation society underwent during the Second Industrial Revolution in Europe made
the most thoughtful individuals search for a solution to the problems derived from the pollution and the economic
and demographic changes that were happening. With heart and lung desease rife at this time, people’s skin and
bones found cures in the now extinct spas of Azuaje and Los Berrazales, highy popular at the time.
Those incipient health expeditions planted the seed of an activity taken on board by Eduardo Filiputti, the creator
of a heliotherapy centre in the 1960s right next to the Maspalomas Dunes, considered the precursor to today’s extensive range of establishments specializing in body care and relaxation that exist in Gran Canaria.
The island now has Spa and Wellness centres managed by professionals who specialize in wellbeing and health and
beauty. Treatments with seaweed, sea mud, hydrotherapy, salt baths, aromatherapy, thalassotherapy, massages and
Turkish baths are just a few of the alternative therapies available to visitors to relieve aches and pains, stress and boredom.