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Main destinations for our tourist entertainers Golden wave
Tourist Entertainer Destinations Spain
In this article we will show you all the main destinations for our Golden Wave tourist entertainers.
Hotel in Spain. Maiorca and Canary Islands
Total number of hotels 25.
Tourist Entertainer : Terms
Languages Required: English, French, German, Scandinavian, Russian, Italian.
Availability period: April October
Passport and documents: Only for European citizens.
Age between 18 and 35 years of age.
European Regular Contract with Spain Company.
Working hours: 36/40 hours per week
Free Day: 24 hours per week
Bonus Flight: No.
Food and Accomodation: Free
- Palma de Mallorca. All that a tourist entertainer needs to know
Palma de Mallorca (in Catalan Palma or Ciutat de Mallorca, in Spanish Palma de Mallorca) is a Spanish municipality of 401.270 inhabitants, the main city of the island of Majorca and the capital of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands. It is one of the main tourist centers of the Balearic Islands, appreciated for its beaches, entertainment and night life, full of hotels and tourist villages.
Climate for our Tourist Entertainers
Palma de Mallorca enjoys a Mediterranean climate with an average annual temperature of 18 ° C. The coldest months are January and February, the hottest August. The rainfall in a year reaches an average of 450 mm.
- City beaches. Where our tourist entertainers can relax.
S'Arenal.the S'arenal beach
It is the largest beach in the capital of the Balearics, Palma. S'Arenal is 4,600 meters long, 50 meters wide, of very fine sand. Along the beach was born the tourist center of s'Arenal, the place with the highest density of hotels in the Balearics. In the summer the tourists of the hotels, especially Germans, are pouring out on the beach of light sand, very fine, and in the sea, often calm. Next to the beach there is a Passeig (promenade) with palm trees and numbered bars (from 1 to 16). The locality of s'Arenal has obtained the recognition of the blue flag for several consecutive years. Furthermore, in the s'Arenal area there is Aqualand s'Arenal: the park offers over 20 water attractions surrounded by greenery. Children can have fun in a themed and very colorful area specially created for them. Worth noting is the largest Jacuzzi in the world, which has earned a place in the Guinness Book of Records.
It is a white sandy beach about 5 km from the center of Palma. Very busy it is well connected with Palma by the public bus service. The beach is about 250 meters long. It is Blue Flag thanks to the quality of the sea, the beach and ancillary services.
- Infrastructures and transport. As our tourist entertainers I can reach Palma de Mallorca.
The airport of Palma de Mallorca
The airport of Palma de Mallorca is one of the most important in Spain; only the airports of Madrid and Barcelona register an annual passenger number higher than that of the Balearic island. The traffic is mainly seasonal, linked to the tourist influx in the summer months, and the flights most of the time are charter. The airport is only 8 kilometers from the city and is connected to the center by a bus service that takes about 30 minutes to travel the route. Alternatively, you can use a taxi service that takes less time.
In 2007 the Palma de Mallorca Metro was inaugurated, connecting the city center to the university.
The Canary Islands (Spanish: Islas Canarias) are a large archipelago of seven major islands and other smaller islets, all of volcanic origin, located in the Atlantic Ocean off the northwest coast of Africa, and form an autonomous community of Spain. Thanks to their geographical position, the Canary Islands are the southern and western region of the country. It is also one of the eight regions, with particular consideration of historical nationality recognized as such by the Spanish government.  
The role of the chief town is divided between Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria  ; until 1927 the Canary capital was only Santa Cruz.  
- Statistics of tourism. What our tourist entertainer need to know about it.
Number of tourists who visited the Canary Islands in 2016, by island of destination (in thousands): 
Tenerife - 4,885.9
Gran Canaria - 3,654.8
Lanzarote - 2,328.7
Fuerteventura - 1.914.1
La Palma - 221.5
La Gomera and El Hierro - 109.3
- Climate for our Tourist Entertainers.
The islands enjoy a very mild climate throughout the year which can however be, thanks to the influence of the trade winds, alternately very dry or rather humid. Being the Canary Islands in full Atlantic Ocean and in any case not too close to the equator the water temperature reaches 18 ° C in the months of January-February (colder period of the year), and then increase up to 28 ° C in the months of July-August-September (warmest period of the year). The rainfall regime is of the desert type, as only in some higher points the annual 200 mm is exceeded, concentrated exclusively in the winter season.
How to get to the Canary Islands for our Tourist entertainers
8 airports and 7 ports
The Canaries have a very good network of connections to the mainland and between the islands of the archipelago. Each island has its own airport, although some, like El Hierro and La Gomera, are only for internal connections between the islands. Those who depart from Italy, depending on the destination, arrive in Tenerife, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Lanzarote or Fuerteventura, either by direct flights or by stopovers in other European cities.
Book a flight to the Canary Islands
The major companies of Line and low cost connect daily, especially in high season, the major Italian cities with regular flights to Tenerife and the other Canary Islands.
How to get to Tenerife
Tenerife has two airports: the first is Tenerife Norte airport which is located 11 kilometers from Santa Cruz de Tenerife, in the area of Llano de San Làzaro. The second, born to increase the growing number of tourists, is located in the south of the island about 60 km from Santa Cruz. In both airports there are both scheduled and low cost flights. For information on how to get from the two airports to the island, read the page How to get oriented and move to Tenerife on the Tenerife page
How to get to Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria Airport is located in the Baia de Gando, on the east coast of the island about 25 km away from the areas most loved by tourists and 18 km from the capiltae Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. For information on how to get from the airport to the island, read the How to get around and move around in Gran Canaria section.
How to get to La Palma
La Palma airport is located 18 kilometers from the capital of the island, Santa Cruz de La Palma. For information on how to get from the airport to the island, read the page How to get around La Palma.
How to get to Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura airport is five kilometers from the capital of the island, Puerto del Rosario and in the territory of this same municipality. For information on how to get from the airport to the island, read the page Getting around in Fuerteventura.
How to get to El Hierro
El Hierro airport is located in the small town of Valverde, capital of the island. In El Hierro there are almost all internal flights of the Binter Canarias and Iberia. For information on how to get from the airport to the island locations, read the Getting around in El Hierro page. You arrive on the island also with the sea connections that depart from the various islands. For information on how to move between the different Canary Islands read the Links page between the islands.
How to get to La Gomera
La Gomera airport is the newest and most modern of the archipelago; It is located in the municipality of Alajeró. There are mainly internal flights of the Binter Canarias. For information on how to get from the airport to the island, read the page How to get around La Gomera. You get to La Gomera also with the sea connections that depart from the various islands. For information on how to move between the different Canary Islands read the Links page between the islands.
How to get to Lanzarote
Lanzarote Airport is located in the municipalities of San Bartolomé y Tías about 5 kilometers from Arrecife, the capital of the island. For information on how to get from the airport to the island, read the page Getting around in Lanzarote. You can also get to Lanzarote by sea, with connections departing from the other Canary Islands. Find all the information on the Links page between the islands.
How to get to the Canary Islands by ship
Ships arriving at the Canaries leave Cadiz (Cadiz) in the province of Almeria and a few kilometers from the border with Portugal and beyond Gibraltar. Those who love the trip on four wheels can decide to get there by car and then embark, but the distance is considerable and require about 2 days inside by car. Once in Cadiz you can embark for the Canary Islands choosing the Trasmediterranea connections that arrive in Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de La Palma, Arrecife and Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The costs also come to 2000 euros for the return and the return of 2 people.