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
The wealth of natural surroundings in Gran Canaria was rewarded in 2005 with 46% of its land surface area and sea
being declared a Biosphere Reserve. With this award came recognition by Unesco of the fine state of preservation of
protected areas on the island, its sustainable development linked to traditional activities in smaller towns and
villages, and the uniqueness of its local flora and fauna.
All these factors, which have produced a varied landscape of stunning beauty, have turned Gran Canaria into a natural setting for rambling, playing adventure sports and discovering endemic species that are unknown in
other places around the world. The fauna that inhabits the island is completely harmless. The lizards, the wide
range of bird species including the blue chaffinch, marine mammals and fish can be marvelled at all year round,
while visitors can breathe in the fresh aromas of laurel tree forests and stoll around the palm trees, cardoon
plants or towering pine trees at the foot of the mountains. The range of accommodation includes rural cottages and
hotels spread around the whole of the island. All the biodiversity that Gran Canaria boasts can also be seen
from its network of viewpoints, with 31 amazing balconies that provide the finest panoramic views.
The very first thing you fancy doing as soon as you step onto the Canary Islands is to go to a beach. The extraordinary climate, set in an eternal spring, and the long sunny days with temperatures ranging between 19º and 25º throughout the year invite you to put on your swimwear the moment you arrive. Luckily the Canary Islands are home to over 500 beaches of all types and colours offering a wide range of possibilities.
Endless spits of white sand and turquoise waters to wander along, beautiful unspoiled bays where you can sunbathe, surrounded by natural landscapes, practical beaches for the family with all kinds of services and with teams of lifeguards so you can enjoy yourself completely at ease. There are even lively urban coves with shops, bars, restaurants and, in some cases, chill-outs and parties with DJs on the sand. You just have to choose what best suits your plans and forget about everything else.
Gran Canaria is a volcanic island that shines out like a beacon in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. This tiny
European territory is situated just off the western coast of Africa, and boasts everything you need for a most
unforgettable holiday, thanks to its privileged climate, top quality amenities and services, its excellently preserved natural environment, and the friendly character of its local residents.
All these qualities fit neatly into its uniquely rounded shape, in which over 60 kilometres of beach live alongside
deep ravines and iconic rocky formations. The island’s stunning orography, which culminates at 1,949 metres altitude at Pico de Las Nieves, provides a diverse landscape that can be easily reached by a fine network of roads,
allowing visitors to move between coast and mountain in a short period of time.
This contrast can also be extended to its cultural identity, forged over centuries, the result of the blending of its aboriginal legacy and its contact with three different continents, namely Europe, Africa and America. All these
have left their seal on the architecture, paintings and artistic manifestations that can be seen at the Atlantic
Modern Art Centre (CAAM), and at Africa House, two of the institutions that best represent these cultural and
historical links joining the island with other civilizations.
Gran Canaria’s year-round average temperature of 24 degrees make it an extraordinary place for sports activities, set in truly natural surroundings. Hiking, mountain bike, cycling tourism and climbing enthusiasts
are truly fortunate, choosing the ideal setting for their favourite sport on a land whose rich natural surroundings
were awarded the distinction of Biosphere Reserve by Unesco on 43% of its territory and coastline.
Gran Canaria, which has never turned its back on the sea at any time during its long history, has become a top
attraction for those looking to hone their skills at surfing, windsurfing, diving and sports fishing. The quality of its waters are awarded with over a dozen blue flags every year, in recognition of its sports harbours and beaches, all equipped with modern infrastructures and nearly all of which are apt for bathing.