Explore secret coves, soaring mountains, sleepy villages and vibrant cities on the Canary islands. From the long beaches and great surf of Fuerteventura to the lush green foliage and rugged mountains of Mallorca, the Canaries have so much to offer.
Cross the promenade and you’re on the beach. Fine pale sand stretches out left and right, crystal clear water beckons you invitingly, and behind you the hills of Jandía Natural Park rise. A bit further along the promenade is the harbour village of Morro Jable, a perfect destination for an evening stroll. How could we make this an even better place for your holiday? Only by adding a large wellness area with Thalasso therapies, outdoor and indoor pools as well as a gym. All modern comforts are taken care of at the hotel. And there’s plenty more to do on the island including excursions to the village of La Oliva and Cotillo beach.
Recharge your batteries and revel in the spectacular views from this hotel on the glorious beach of Costa Calma. Constructed in a traditional style, the complex here blends in harmoniously with nature. Enjoy life with the sea at your doorstep, feel the breeze on your skin and listen to the waves as you relax. Welcome to Fuerteventura, which has been declared as a UNESCO biosphere reserve. With its unique beaches of black volcanic shingle and its own particular flora and fauna, it will dazzle your senses as you engage in your own selection of the many activities available to you in this peaceful resort.
Let your curiosity get the better of you and explore the beauty of the Canary’s most easterly volcanic island from the lap of luxury: natural parks, museums, historic sites and bustling markets are waiting to be discovered. Feast your eyes on the elegant detail of this stunning hotel, which offers so much, from plush
pampering to active fun for both youngsters and grown-ups. Introduce your taste buds to the regions specialties and enjoy a cool drink at the SENTIDO Blue Bar before the evening’s entertainment. Stroll through the local shops or restore your inner balance at on the hotel’s soft sandy beach.
On some days, when the sun hits the ‘Fire Mountains’ in Timanfaya at a certain angle, you will be privileged to see Mother Nature put on a lightshow only few other places on this planet can offer. The volcanoes seem to be ablaze in colours from fiery red to pitch black. The rugged charm of the lava fields is in stark but invigorating contrast to the beautiful gold-colored beaches. A perfect setting for the SENTIDO H10 White Suites built in the César Manrique style typical of Lanzarote and discreetly nestled on the south coast of the island.
Believe it or not, one of the most famous of all visitors to the island was none other than Christopher Columbus. Millions have followed him – and even though they might not have discovered a new continent, they have found here a holiday paradise second to none. Here at the SENTIDO Gran Canaria Princess, relaxation and fun are always on the menu, combining an unforgettable beach holiday in the sand dunes of Maspalomas with the lively urban lifestyle of Playa del Inglés. This modern hotel will make your stay an unforgettable experience. And if you are in the mood for some entertainment, the town centre with its bars and discos is just a casual stroll away.
Wandering Along The Pale Dunes Of Corralejo Natural Park
Located just off the North African coastline, the island of Fuerteventura is characterised by a scenic panorama of white dunes along its beaches. One of the most picturesque parts of the island is Corralejo Natural Park – the largest dunescape in the Canary Islands, situated in the region of La Oliva in the northeast of the island, just up the coast from SENTIDO H10 Playa Esmeralda. A visit to the park or a leisurely walk along the dunes, which has been a protected area since 1982, is best combined with a swim in the crystal-clear waters to absorb as much as possible from this intrepid landscape.
As we approach the natural park by car, massive waves crash along the shoreline to one side of the road, while on the other a rugged dunescape almost appears to falling into the ocean. We park in a nearby spot and prepare ourselves for a sandy walk along the dunes. An impressive panoramic photo motif from afar, the dunes appear like white waves in a serene painting, the curves and wave-like structures in the sand with the light-blue sky as the background.
In some spaces, the golden landscape is dotted by singular native plants which grow in-between the distant hills such as two bush species suitable for living in a dry climate like the dunes. Additionally, the dunes are a protected bird nesting area. If you look closely, you can even spot Montaña Roja, one of the island’s many volcanoes, far off in the distance.
Measuring around 3000 hectares in total, the park is not only a favourite spot among sun lovers but also an ideal spot for surfing and flying kites, thanks to the fresh breeze that streams through the dunes to the beach. No wonder that this area is also famous for its yearly Kite Festival, which has attracted kite lovers from all around the world since 1987. What makes this area even more interesting is that the dunes originally stem from the ocean floor. One visible reference to the past takes the form of the small seashells, which can be found in the dusty sand. When you look closely, you can see fine grains of sand weaving their way across the road. Still today, it is said that the dunes shift several metres every year.
After walking along the serene dunescape – which is around 11 km long – cross the street and you enter an entirely different landscape with black rocks and stones. Walk along the beach to feel in the fresh breeze. On sunny, clear days, the magnificent view extends to the nearby small island of Lobos or even Lanzarote, which is only a short 8 km ferry ride away – all of which makes Corralejo Natural Park a superb sight, allowing visitors to fully immerse themselves in the wild nature of the Canary Islands.