Conference/Workshops Location and Hotel
The MSWiM Main Conference and its allocated Symposia/Workshops will be held at the Hotel
Playa La Arena (****), in the priviledged and sunny coast of Puerto
Santiago, against the backdrop of the famous cliffs of Los Gigantes
and it is only metres away from a pretty volcanic beach.
Hotel Playa la Arena offers
magnificient views of the island of La Gomera and the sea. Space,
serene tranquillity and a vast blue sea reflecting often perfectly
of the Hotel: Hotel Playa La Arena,
Calle Lajial, 4.
Santiago Del Teide.38683. Tenerife, España.
Tel: +34 922 862 920 Fax: +34 922 861 237 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
(photo credits: Hotel Playa La Arena)
and Hotel reservation Form
rates for the MSWiM Conference in the Hotel Playa La Arena are available:
include taxes, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Same room rates will apply
two days before and two days after the Conference. Room rates and
availability is not guaranteed after September 10, 2009. Please
download, fill and send the reservation forms to Keramidis Agency (via
FAX or e-mail) no later than September 10, 2009.
- FULL BOARD Standard Double room (Single occupancy): 83 EUR/room/night
- FULL BOARD Standard Double room (Double occupancy): 126 EUR/room/night
next to Hotel Playa La Arena, Tenerife
La Arena Beach
La Arena beach is
located in the tourist resort of Puerto Santiago, just opposite to
our Hotel Playa La Arena and near to our Hotel Costa Los Gigantes
Suites & Spa Resort. Stresses its black volcanic sand and a width
of more than 100 m. Has family atmosphere and offers various services.
In the surrounding area are restaurants, shops and hotels.
El Camisón Beach
El Camisón Beach
is at Playa de las Américas, a few minutes from our hotels
Bitácora and Vulcano. With a length of 120 m. is ideal for
swimming with its brakewater that protects from the current and waves.
This beach offers a variety of services both on the seafront in the
same arena, there is atmosphere all year round and offer numerous
Las Vistas Beach
Las Vistas Beach is one
of the largest in the south of the island and is between the tourist
resorts of Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas, about 15 minutes
of our Arona Gran Hotel (Los Cristianos) and about 10 minutes from
our Hotels Bitácora and Vulcano. There are many services as
well as white sand and a great fountain. It has a breakwater that
protects the beach doing this beach ideal to swim. Along the beach
is a beautiful promenade.
to reach Tenerife
The usual means of travelling
to and from the Canary Islands is by aircraft. Tenerife is the only
Canary Island with two airports. Until 1977 it had only one: Los
Rodeos airport is situated in the north of the island near La Laguna.
A second airport - the Reina Sofia (named after the wife of the
King of Spain) - was constructed in the south near the Costa del
Silencio, a few miles from Las Americas/Los Cristianos.
Nowadays, the Reina Sofia is a thoroughly modern airport and handles
almost all of Tenerife's international traffic that, on Fridays
(the busiest day of the week), means one flight approximately every
six minutes. Over the last year the airport has been undergoing
a 'face-lift' to improve it's appearance and work is presently continuing
on redesigning the car and coach parks.
Tenerife (previously known
and spelled as "Teneriffe" in English, before mass tourism
adopted the Spanish spelling), a Spanish island, is the largest of
the seven Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa.
The island's population is 852,945 (2006 census).
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
is the second biggest city in the archipelago, the capital of the
island and the head of the island government (cabildo insular). It
is also officially co-capital of the autonomous community of the Canary
Islands together with Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, with whom it shares
governmental institutions such as Presidency, Parliament and ministries.
The island is home to
La Laguna University, which was founded in 1792.
Tourism is the most prominent
industry in the Canaries, and it is one of the major tourist destinations
in the World.
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