Do you want to live a perfect summer? All Canary Islands are a treasure, but there are three jewels we can't let you miss.
From north to south, from east to west, Spain is full of spectacular villages and landscapes to leave you with your mouth open. Leaving the peninsula, the Canary Islands are a different option for a complete holiday. Because this beautiful archipelago is not just a sun and beach destination. Now that we have time, from Elba Hotels we want to reveal three Canarian secrets so that you can prepare your next holiday to this natural wonder. Take note!
Can you imagine seeing the sea from the desert? Of course, this image is unique and possible in the Dunes of Maspalomas, in the south of Gran Canaria. The largest concentration of sand on the islands ends at the “Playa del Inglés” and its colour changes according to the position of the sun, so a barefoot walk at sunset is a real treat.
The origin of St. Patrick's Day comes from Ireland and since its inception it has been celebrated everywhere in the world where there was an Irish.
There are only a few days left to the most famous Irish feast: St. Patrick's Day, the patron saint of Ireland, which is celebrated on March 17. Sure you have seen images of this holiday where the streets and people are dressed in green, but if you want to know who is St. Patrick and why it is celebrated, we tell you in today's blog.
St. Patrick's Origin
What began as a religious feast has, over time, been transformed into a mass celebration. St. Patrick was a Catholic missionary who lived in the 5th century and is considered to have introduced Catholicism to Ireland. However, and as a curiosity, it seems that the saint was not of Irish origin, but Scottish or Welsh. In his youth he was kidnapped by pirates and taken to Northern Ireland, where he was sold into slavery. When he managed to escape, St. Patrick continued his religious studies and founded several Christian schools and monasteries.
You still don't know where to go during Easter Week? We present the best destinations for a getaway on these dates.
After a while without bank holidays, Easter is approaching. It is the perfect occasion to plan a trip for a few days, but maybe you still don't know where to go. Don't worry, Elba Hotels will give you some ideas to enjoy an unforgettable Easter getaway, whether you are traveling alone, with your couple, or if you come with the whole family.
Where to go during Easter Week
For those who want to get away from the noise for a few days, we have the perfect plan: a relaxation getaway. Where? On the island of Mallorca, in the Mediterranean oasis that is our hotel Elba Sunset Mallorca. Located in a quiet area of Palmanova, on a cliff overlooking the islet of Sa Porrasa, this idyllic establishment is a haven of peace. Here you can rest at ease, enjoy the exquisite local cuisine and relax in the seawater circuit of its Thalasso Spa - a perfect lifestyle experience!
The My Elba preferential rate provides up to 15% discount for users registered on the Elba Hotels website. Find out how to become a member.
At Elba Hotels we have designed our website with the aim of offering you a useful tool for booking your holidays or your next getaway at the best price. In the top menu of Hoteleselba.com there is a tab that you cannot miss: My Elba. We tell you the advantages of registering here.
Becoming a My Elba user will only take a few minutes. All you have to do is fill in a small form on our website with your details to generate your personal profile, which you can access whenever you want with the password of your choice. By becoming a My Elba user you will get up to 15% discount on your Elba web reservations, in any of the hotels and at any time of the year. All the bookings you make on our website will be saved in your profile. From now on you will receive exclusive offers by email for your holidays and family vacations and when you come to our hotels you will enjoy free wifi. Take advantage of the My Elba preferential rates!
Do you know why a leap year happens and when it occurs? In this post, we explain you the curiosities less familiar about leap year.
In addition to the new decade, 2020 is a leap year, and that means we will have an extra day to do great things. But, what is the origin of all this? Keep reading, we explain you what a leap year is and why it occurs.
The history and origin of leap year