Explore Canary Islands

Magnificent mountains, rolling sand dunes, scorching sunshine, off beat trails, relaxed days and heady nights and uninterrupted star-gazing; a treasure trove of islands.
The Canary Islands have been fi rm favourites with holidaymakers who love to recline in the sunshine, but are also perfect for hiking, mountain biking and riding through a rich variety of landscapes and off beat trails.

With just a few hours from the UK, these sunny little islands are perfect for couples, families and single travellers alike.
Explore Canary Islands

The largest island in the Canaries is open all year round for sunshine and down time. Visitors throng towards charming Las Galletas or to buzzing Las Américas and Los Cristianos. Cyclists pit pedal power against the steep contours of Mount Teide before soaking up the sunshine on the golden sands of Costa Adeje beach. Meanwhile, at sea-level and below, beginner scuba-divers can explore the deep in La Pinta Bay.

Spacious, peaceful white sand beaches lend Fuerteventura a castaway Caribbean island feel. You’ll fi nd visitors of all ages tanning beneath the clear blue skies being cooled by the billowing trade winds. The resort of Corralejo is surf central with the board-shorts and bikini crowd, off ering courses for fi rst-timers and kit rental for improvers. Flag Beach attracts world-class surfers, while El Cotillo village is a beacon to foodies seeking freshly-landed seafood in quaint local restaurants.
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Dusty, red mountains and an alien landscape characterise the island of Lanzarote. She erupted from the ocean twenty million years ago, cooling into craters and creating a crimped coastline of golden and dark sand beaches. Highlights include the Fire Mountains of Timanfaya National Park and the artwork of the island-born artist César Manrique.

Gran Canaria
With its share of spectacular coastal and rural scenery, Gran Canaria is the perfect destination for beach time interspersed with gentle exploration. The Maspalomas sand dunes are popular with walkers and with naturists developing all-over-tans. The dunes duck and dive across the horizon linking Maspalomas with Playa del Inglés and are dotted with seaside sunbathing stations. A popular journey is to Guayadeque Valley, north-east of Playa del Inglés, where picturesque restaurants cling to the valley edge serving local delicacies.

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