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Holidays to the Canaries offer subtropical landscapes and beautiful sandy beaches combined with well developed, modern resorts alongside small fishing villages offering a taste of traditional Canarian lifestyle.Visitors flock from all over Europe to visit the Canary Islands for their balmy weather, stunning beaches and volcanic landscapes

The lively resorts including Playa de las Americas in Tenerife, Playa del Ingles in Gran Canaria and Puerto Del Carmen in Lanzarote are perfect for those looking for lots of nightlife and entertainment whilst the more laid back destinations such as Jandia in Fuerteventura and Playa Blanca in Lanzarote are most suited to those looking for a relaxing beach holiday.

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Euro

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Spanish

Time Zone

GMT+1.00

Avg. Flight Time

4 h 30 m

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Tenerife
Tenerife

Tenerife is the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands with the best weather attracting millions of tourists every year.
Blue Flag beaches and vibrant nightlife scene, but the island’s natural landscape and great climate offer a great deal beyond this. With volcanoes, Spain’s highest mountain peak, water sports, whale watching, natural parks and caves, Tenerife is a great weekend destination for the adventurous.Vist the Mount Teide National Park which is considered as a World Heritage Site .It is the world’s largest solar observatory and has an ideal location to observe the sun or night sky.
The famous Siam Park is a Thai-themed water park in Tenerife’s Costa Adeje,with great selection of water slides and rides, both family-friendly and adrenaline-filled. It is considered to be one of the best in Europe.17 Beaches have been awarded the Blue Flag status in Tenerife.
The Santa Cruz de Tenerife Carnival is a fun event to attend with a group, or with the family.Enjoy The Fiesta of San Andrés hosted on Saint Andrew' Day between November 29th and 30th with lots of fun and entertainment .

Lanzarote
Lanzarote

Lanzarote is known for its year-round warm weather with lots of places to explore with volcanic landscapes and beaches. 
To start with a visit to Timanfaya National Park and Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park will boost your day surrounded by Atlantic Ocean where dolphins can be seen swimming and playing .
There are 3 big resorts in Lanzarote and since the island is so small, you can easily visit all of them.Puerto del Carmen is the largest and most popular resort with great nightlife as there are plenty of bars, restaurants and clubs that stay open until th emorning hours.
Costa Teguise is freat fro families and young kids as there are many activities around. You have many hotels with kids club and water slides.
Playa Blanca is in the South and is a bit quietier compared to other resorts. Its famous for beaches and many attractions. It also has a large marina from where you can take a lot of boat trips including ferry to Fuerteventura.
Each year they celebrate Carnival season with a huge party and plenty of opportunities to experience a carnival fiesta during your holiday.

Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura has some of Europe’s most impressive stretches of sand, with prime examples found just south of Corralejo, on the island’s north-eastern shores. The island is less than 100km off the coast of Africa.
Fuerteventura holidays are all about laidback waterfront bars, local restaurants and old fishing villages like Morro Jable, with a deserted stretch of coastline never far away. Places like Corralejo are working Spanish towns as well as holiday spots, attracting a real mix of visitors.
Caleta de Fuste in the south, with its slicker restaurants and fancier shops, appeals to a more well-heeled crowd, many arriving by their own yacht.One of the main attractions in Fuerteventura are the sand dunes of Corralejo.
This is a fascinating protected nature park with sand dunes right by the beach.Sands were formed naturally on the island.This is a fascinating world of contrast with the turquoise water, dark volcanic rock and golden/white sand.
Corralejo is the main town in the North with great restaurant scene.You can also visit the famous Oasis Park Fuerteventura filled with fun and adventure specializing in Savannah animals.

Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is known for its black lava and white sand beaches, golden beaches, stunning landscapes, and a big city full of fun things to do.
It is one hot destination for weekend breaks that boasts incredible biodiversity, both above and below sea level making it exciting for Scuba Dive.Tackle a submerged wreck at Puerto Mogan or the dramatic La Catedral cave dive at Las Palmas.
Playa del Inglés is a sea resort in the south coast of the island of Gran Canaria and is a popular tourist attraction.
The Maspalomas Dunes are sand dunes located on the south coast of the island of Gran Canaria,  Close to the Dunes of Maspalomas are points of interest such as the Faro Maspalomas, which is the lighthouse from where Christopher Columbus would start his voyage to discover America. The Lighthouse is very clearly visible from the Dunes.
Playa de Las Canteras is a long strip of sand that stretches for miles along the bay, a place of special charm and is one of the nation’s best urban beaches.Sports can be played any day of the week.Amadores beach in Puerto Rico has clear water ideal for swimming. Beach in Puerto de Mogan is a great place for a romantic holiday in Gran Canaria.