- An eclectic mix of natural wonders
- Over 1,500 kilometers of coastline
- Pristine beaches feature an array of welcoming seaside towns
The Canary Islands are an eclectic mix of natural wonders. With over 1,500 kilometers of coastline and their pristine beaches, the Canary Islands feature an array of welcoming seaside towns with which all the travellers will fall in love.
In the Canary Islands, the holiday destination of Fuerteventura boasts warm weather, white-sand beaches and endless sheltered coves. Featuring both lively and mellow places to explore, Gran Canaria is also famous for its black lava and white sand beaches.
An island known for its volcanic landscape, the majestic Lanzarote is home to dive centres, world-class wines and artistic vibes amongst its tranquil beaches. The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is home to multi-coloured sandy beaches and Mt. Teide —a dormant volcano and the tallest peak in Spain.