It’s a very exciting time to be in Ayamonte. Semana Santa is quite amazing and the people of Ayamonte in Andalucia do it in style! Here’s a guide to Semana Santa. It explains the pointed hats and traditions which will hopefully add to your enjoyment and understanding of Holy Week in Spain:
I would like to thank, past guest, Judith Evans for referring her work colleague to our website. The books has only just opened for 2017 so we are delighted with this one. I’m glad now i spent some time doing admin on our price lists.
Don’t forget if you have stayed with us before you can take 5% off any booking for 2017.
One of my guests this week has asked about paddling boarding and organised activities on Isla Canela beach. If your interested in organised water based sports or lessons I would highly recommend taking a look at this website.
When you arrive in Isla Canela the apartment will be ready for you with beds made, towels folded and the apartment primed and ready to go. You will have all the information on how to operate any electrical items and connect to divices before you go with our mobile hospitality pack which you can access on demand from any device.
It sounds good but it takes a lot of planning and a few extra people on the ground in Spain to make sure it all goes smoothly. So I thought I would introduce you to our team. Say hello to Canela Services!
Natalie and Colin have recently taken over from, mum and dad, Robert and Anita who still work in the family business. They will be on hand if you have any problems in the apartment and are always happy to help.
We really know summer is here when the vote is opened for the summer cinema. Held just across the road from our apartment on the beach it is the highlight of our summer. My vote goes to….Kung Fu Panda 3!