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
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.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Located in the north-east of the island of Tenerife, the capital bears the marks of the passing of time and a history spanning more than five centuries. Founded on May 3, 1494 by the Castilian, Alonso Fernández de Lugo, it soon became a key port on the trade route between Europe and the Americas. Lined with churches and historic buildings, the plazas Principe, Weyler, San Francisco and Candelaria are picturesque spots to visit.
Tenerife’s most important bay, with churches, markets and historic streets
The bay of Santa Cruz de Tenerife reflects its maritime past with historical buildings such as the Concepción Church and the Palacio de Carta. Dating from the early 20th Century is the García Sanabria Park, which borders the Toscal neighbourhood. The market of Nuestra Señora de África with its graceful colonial ambience, attracts visitors every Sunday, keen to explore its popular antiques market. Traditional bars and eateries can be found in the popular Calle de la Noria, which is also home to the headquarters of some of Tenerife’s most important groups of carnival street musicians.
El Ancón beach
In the summer months, there are few walks along the coast of northern Tenerife that are so enjoyable, with such stunning views and with such a delightful destination. It may be smaller, but El Ancón beach in La Orotava, is by no means inferior to its adjacent sister beach, Los Patos. Located in the protected area of El Rincón, the walk down to its black volcanic sand is an incredible experience, passing through banana plantations, cliffs and the vineyards of the famous Malvasia wine. The end reward is a wonderfully refreshing dip in the ocean.
A beach with wonderful views and towering cliffs in La Orotava
To get to the beach, the best thing to do is to leave the car near the last bus stop. From there, turn right and take an easy walk – there's no risk of getting yourself lost – until reaching the pristine beach about 25 minutes away. On the way you’ll pass by an attractive house with a chapel that draws plenty of attention due to its location. Another option is to take the pathway from the adjacent town of Santa Úrsula. Once on the beach enjoy the tranquillity, the warm sand and the unique views opposite the cliffs.