- Double bed 160 x 200
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- Single bed 90 x 190: 2
- Air conditioning
- Walk-in shower
The resort of Puerto del Carmen has several fine golden sand beaches. The largest and most popular beach is Playa Grande, which is located on the pleasant boulevard full of bars, restaurants and shops .. At the end of the boulevard you arrive at the quiet and child-friendly Playa de Pocillos. Various sunbeds and umbrellas are available for rent on these beaches.
A relatively less crowded beach in Puerto del Carmen is Playa de Pocillos where you have plenty of space.
The third beach in Puerto del Carmen is Playa de Matagorda. On this beach there are several sunbeds and umbrellas for rent and facilities nearby.
Never dived or snorkeled before? Do something special during your vacation with your children. Snorkeling is very popular and fantastic to do in Lanzarote. You can go with or without a guide.
Do you want an active trip? Then visit the Timanfaya National Park. This is the main attraction of Lanzarote. Here you will discover everything about the volcanic, moon landscape of unparalleled beauty
Loro Parque Zoo is a particularly beautifully landscaped park where you can enjoy good shows with sea lions, killer whales and dolphins. Sustainability and the environment are central in this park.
Guimar is one of the oldest towns in Tenerife and is best known for its pyramids. Next to the large area with the pyramids is a museum that you can visit.
It is a mandatory excursion on the agenda of who visits Tenerife. The Teide National Park. Unlike many other wonders of the world, it is easily accessible and easily accessible. Above the unique volcanic landscape with craters and petrified lava flows, the impressive silhouette of the 3718 m high Teide towers.
You can rent a boat very well on Lanzarote. Go out and sail to the island of La Graciosa and enjoy the silence
The capital Arrecife has a number of museums that are very worthwhile. But if you want to stroll through the many nice streets and enjoy shopping, that is also possible here. Enjoy a tapas on the way at one of the many tapas restaurants
The Cueva de los Verdes is a cave system with a lava tunnel on the Spanish island of Lanzarote. The tunnel with a length of 6 km runs from the crater of the volcano La Corona to the coast at Jameos del Agua. In some places it is fifty meters high and fifteen meters wide
If you really want to do something special with the children, take a trip on the Lanzarote submarine. This boat takes you to the beautiful underwater world. On the way, a diver will leave the boat and sprinkle some food along the windows, the most special fish will pay a visit. So don't forget to bring your photo camera.
If you like mini golf, then Lanzarote is the place for you. Everywhere you will find a miniature golf course. The most beautiful can be found in the Biosfera shopping center, which is built entirely in Jurrasic park style. You will also find an open-air cinema next to the miniature golf course. In the evening, several films run.
One of the most famous urban beaches in Europe: Las Canteras. The beach owes this honor not only to its natural charm, but also to the quality of its service and the lively boulevard in the center of the city. At Las Canteras you can enjoy a pleasant climate and calm waters all year round. The characteristic dam acts as a natural breakwater and offers several zones full of marine flora and fauna, ideal for snorkeling.
Playa de Mogán is an artificial beach in the southwest of the island of Gran Canaria. Embedded in breathtaking scenery, the sandy beach offers incredible views in all directions. When you look at the sea, you almost feel that there is a lake in front of you. Because the water for the golden brown sand is calm and clear, the palm-lined boulevard invites you to shop, party and walk.
Puerto de Mogan a picturesque harbor town designed by the artist Ralph Neville, is located in the most western part of the south of Gran Canaria. Puerto de Mogan is actually the beach, marina and fishing port of the municipality of Mogán and about 180 years old. This seaside resort is located directly on the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by mountains. As a result, the tourist fishing village with cozy shops is located in a valley.
In the old town of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, in the north of the island, is the beautiful colonial building known as the House of Columbus. Open to the public every day, this mansion offers three exhibition halls dedicated to the history of the Canary Islands and its relationship with America. It is the best place to discover Canary and American culture from before the arrival of Europeans; but also to discover in person what the life of these adventurers and their sea voyages was.
Teror is a small but very beautiful municipality on the holiday island of Gran Canaria. It is situated inland in the north of Gran Canaria. Agriculture, livestock farming and tourism provide the income. Steep slopes and deep valleys adorn the location of Teror. Teror has a lot of architecture and is known to pilgrims all over the world. During the summer months, the temperature can get high, while during the winter the temperature can drop sharply. As the oldest village, it is certainly worthy of your visit.
That is a good start of the holiday. The quiet bay of Tauro is located between Puerto Rico and Puerto de Mogán. In the small center you will find a supermarket and a few restaurants and bars. From Tauro, the sandy beach of Tauro Beach is within walking distance.
The island of Gran Canaria has a variety of golf courses.
Golf club Salobre
You will find Salobre Golf, one of the newest 18-hole golf clubs in Gran Canaria in a breathtaking setting with gorges and typical of the south of the island with volcanic landscapes. The lush greenery of the golf course contrasts sharply with the surroundings. The resort has a golf school, training area, driving range, green, club rental, hydromassage, professional shop and a restaurant with terrace.
Anfi Tauro Golf
You can find Anfi Tauro Golf in the municipality of Mogán, on the south side of the island. With a 9-hole Pitch & Putt, opened in 2001, and a recent 18-hole, this golf club is located in beautiful surroundings.
The golf courses feature spectacular lakes with crystal clear water and a wide variety of plants and flowers. In addition, you have a beautiful view of the mountains. In addition to a green and a practice area, there is a cafeteria and a driving range.
In Gran Canaria you can rent a boat in different places.
Take a look at Gran Canaria from the water, a whole new world will open up to you. Put your boat anchored and take a nice dip in the clear water in between. Tip: Take snorkel gear with you, because underwater it is almost even more beautiful.
Walking hotspots Gran Canaria:
1.Give yourself a scent as a gift with the hiking paradise Parque Natural de Tamadaba. Fresh smelling pine trees and beautiful viewpoints (our favorite: El Balcón).
2. The dazzlingly tall monolith Roque Nublo rises lonely from the volcanic landscape. The five-kilometer mountain hiking route also gives a view of impressive dams.
3. You are probably not the only hiker in the dunes around the tourist resort of Maspalomas. What does it matter? You imagine yourself in the middle of a desert and that is quite special on a Spanish island
Windsurfing or kite surfing are both popular in Gran Canaria. You can practice all water sports here at various places along the coast and on the beach. Rent pedal boats or go on the banana behind the speedboat.
One of the most popular day trips from Maspalomas is Aqualand. This water amusement park is a family-friendly attraction and offers plenty of splashing fun for young and old.
Las Dunas de Maspalomas is a unique nature reserve in the Canary Islands because of its beauty. The protected area by the government of the Canary Islands is a special nature reserve, the 400 hectares include a beautiful beach, living dunes of organic sand, a palm tree forest and a lagoon with brackish water. This mixture of desert and oasis is located on the coast in the far south of Gran Canaria and is surrounded by the famous hotels of the large tourist core Maspalomas.
This secluded, beautiful stone bay with its fine black sand beach, a nice little bar, high waves and a young crowd is an attractive summer beach - especially popular with the young and young. In winter, the audience is a bit older and it is a lot quieter. Playa Bollullo is also an interesting place for surfers, especially for bodyboarders.
The fine black sand and good bathing conditions all year round invite you to relax. The somewhat worn and aging flair of the beach has something unexpectedly beautiful about it. The best place to stop for a nice fish menu, for example in the traditional restaurant Amarca, and combine your stay with a dip in the cool water.
In the central municipality of Tejeda, on the island of Gran Canaria, the Rock of Nublo occupies a special place for the islanders, as one of the most beautiful natural rock formations in the world. The rock of volcanic origin rises eighty meters high from the landscape. The entire area around it has been declared a protected nature reserve. Its impressive presence in the landscape is surpassed in height only by the peak of Las Nieves, with its 1949 meters the highest point in Gran Canaria.
The northern route ends in Agaete, which is located 30 kilometers from the capital on the coast. The village center is only 43 meters high. Further inland, Agaete's topography is characterized by steep slopes and deep valleys. The three main cymbals are; El Risco, Guayedra and Agaete, which inland reaches an altitude of 1180 meters in the mountain area with the pine forest 'Pinar de Tamadaba'.
With incredible turquoise water and golden sand, Playa del Duque beach is ideal for enjoying a lovely swim on a fantastic beach day with the whole family. This beach is located in the tourist zone of Costa Adeje, in the south of Tenerife, surrounded by a seafront promenade that connects it to more than eight nearby beaches.
Puerto Naos beach is the largest on the island of La Palma. It is located on the southwest coast of the island, in the main center: Puerto Naos. Paragliding enthusiasts use the beach as a meeting point, making it an ideal place to enjoy an aerial spectacle during your beach holiday in La Palma.
The beach of Nogales, one of the best on La Palma, gives a good overview of what it has to offer: mountains, hiking trails, lava, ocean and greenery, lots of greenery. Located in the northern village of Puntallana, the black volcanic sand, with some blue and gray tones, the spectacular rock walls and the mighty Atlantic Ocean have anchored this beach as a destination for surfers, naturists or simply lovers of solitude, the beautiful views and the walks. And when the sea is calm, the ability to swim well means that there are few better places on the island.
The sunniest climate in Europe, a long beach, a boulevard for strolling, cozy terraces and a harbor with a choice of various boats that look for dolphins. Puerto de Tazacorte has it all!
A breakwater makes it possible to swim safely in the Atlantic Ocean, apart from a few turbulent days a year. This makes the beach of Tazacorte so popular with families with children and less good swimmers.
Cuevas de Belmaco is an archaeological park that is said to have been home to princes of the indigenous people. There are still many engraved marks in the rocks of the nations. Here you will find ten more natural caves and a building with stone carvings on which different interpretations exist. Today, 'Cuveas de Belmaco' has been declared a Historic Artistic Monument. Through a walk you will discover more information about the origin of the Canary Islands by means of information boards.
The capital Santa Cruz de Palma has a rich history. This is a port city with a historic center. Besides a lot of history, there are also several shops, bars and restaurants. There is also a market on all days of the week (except Sunday). In the summer there are many performances in squares. Perfect to enjoy with your wine from your terrace.
In the Breña Alta area, tobacco is still grown, so you can see how cigars are still made by hand. Breña Alta also has some nice viewpoints such as La Concepción, La Cumbre and Montaña de la Breña. From here you have a great view over this beautiful area. You also have the opportunity to visit some lava beaches. The Maroparque is also located in Breña Alta. This is a nature reserve with a great diversity of tropical plants, rocks and a waterfall, where about 300 species of exotic animals live.
The volcano museum at Fuencaliente is not very extensive, but it leaves a huge impression. Children find it exciting anyway that there are volcanoes in the Canary Islands. In this museum there are some information boards about volcanoes, and movies are played. Especially outside a nice extra element has been added.
From the museum you walk along the crater. Without children it takes about half an hour. The time you need with children depends on age. Put on good shoes and bring water.
The water around this old pirate island is not only the habitat of many beautiful plants and fish. Dolphins, whales and turtles also swim around!
Bet kids want to see whales, dolphins and turtles as much as mom and dad ...?
You can book several boat trips in search of these beautiful animals that live near the coast of La Palma in the Atlantic Ocean.
Along the route through the farm you can walk in the shade of the banana plant. You will see a wide variety of fruit trees such as papayas, mangoes, custard apples, chayotas and passion fruit, as well as a wide variety of medicinal and ornamental plants that flavor the walk.
You will also meet our sheep, chickens, our donkey Pancho and other animals that contribute to fertilizing the crop.
The guides' comments and explanations complement the comfortable walk, showing how bananas grow in a simple yet rigorous and fun way.
Puntallana is the starting point of many hiking trails. The landscape here is beautifully green and densely covered with laurel forests.
Puntallana is a quiet village. This is the easternmost part of the island, which means that it has more hours of sunshine compared to Santa Cruz, for example, and has less cloud than the higher parts of the eastern side.
Do something unique? Then go paragliding for an afternoon.
Bird's eye view of La Palma is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have in the Canary Islands. The volcanic landscapes and the beauty of the coasts offer panoramic images full of contrasts that are emphasized when viewed from the air. It is therefore not surprising that all Canary Islands have a wide variety of spots for paragliding.
Various riding schools on La Palma offer horse riding tours through different areas. The tours take you along black lava beaches, forests and over the volcanoes of La Palma. Novice riders can get a horseback riding course at a riding school in El Paso.
This is the perfect choice for travelers who want to discover Tenerife in a fun and adventurous way. Swap busy tour buses for a self-drive buggy tour, with a guide showing the way. Choose from three set routes, including Teide National Park, the scenic route between Las Americas and La Caleta and the coast road to Los Gigantes and Las Americas.
Costa Adeje is home to the best water amusement park in the world: Siam Water Park. The water park has a Siamese theme and there are a number of spectacular rides and attractions, including a wave pool with the highest "wave pool waves" in the world, as well as the longest "slow river" in the world.
Bathing in the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic is always a pleasure, but the experience becomes unforgettable when you bathe in one of the many natural pools in the Canary Islands. The archipelago is particularly rich in these natural resources, including these types of pools, which are all full of charm and so beautiful that it is impressive.
The natural pools are stationary pools that are filled with seawater due to their natural structure, without human intervention. Only the stairs, steps or trampolines have been made by man. That is why it is a mandatory visit for all visitors who, in addition to a refreshing dip, also seek the perfection of the authentic and natural.
According to many, mountain biking is the undiscovered sport in Tenerife. The mountainous terrain is ideal for cycling trips on the BMX. During the winter months - when the temperature on the island is still quite pleasant - the conditions are very good for mountain biking.
If you are a fan of diving, snorkeling and surfing, you will literally feel like a fish in the water in Tenerife. Everywhere on the island you can enjoy swimming and the tourist Playa des Américas is a surfer's paradise, where especially surfers can indulge.
You can dive in Tenerife all year round. Due to the volcanic nature, Tenerife has very varied underwater landscapes here. Montaña Amarilla, for example, is a dive site where the landscape changes completely every 20 meters. The fauna and flora underwater is very beautiful.
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