Canary Islands Cruises
Sun, sea and more. Cruise around Canary Islands
Uncover an archipelago where the natural wonders are as varied as the ports on our small-ship Canary Island cruises. From sleepy fishing villages and colonial cities, to misty forests and volcanic, lunar-like landscapes, each island offers something new to discover, from the smallest, El Hierro, to the largest, Tenerife. You can explore La Gomera’s UNESCO-listed national park, tour the home of Lanzarote’s most famous artist, unwind on the beaches of Fuerteventura, or admire the pretty architecture of La Palma – it’s easy to see why the Canaries are so popular.
The Canary Islands are known for their year-round sun, making them the ideal cruise destination for basking in the warmth of the ‘winter sun’. Plus, our Canaries cruises often call at the subtropical islands of Madeira and Cape Verde, and the exotic shores of Morocco.
2022 Canary Islands cruises
2023 Canary Islands cruises
These are some of the ports you can visit on our cruises to the Canary Islands
Santa Cruz, La Palma
This compact city is located along the shore and offers impressively dark skies with hardly any light pollution, making it one of the best places to stargaze in Europe.
Even the colonial - style city centre has sweeping views with a history tracing back to the 15th century.
Santa Cruz, Tenerife
Santa Cruz has an animated city centre with flora fuelled botanical gardens, historical museums and antique-selling vintage markets. As well as this bustling metropolis, there are sandy beaches surrounded by palm trees and dramatic hillsides- making for an impressive landscape.
Las Palmas, Gran Canaria
This port city spills out along the ocean and has many world-class attractions, such as the Maspalomas Sand Dunes. Located on the south coast of Gran Canaria, these dunes are a protected area covering five square kilometres.
On top of this, Las Palmas is geographically known to have one of the world’s most pleasant climates.
Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura
Rosario is a lively port and the capital of Fuerteventura with some impressive street art, including colourful murals and giant snail sculptures along the harbour promenade. In the corner of the island is Playa Chica, a wind-sheltered beaches with calm waters and wooden walkways.
Arrecife, once a small fishing village, became the capital of Lanzarote in the 19th century. In the heart of the city is a natural inland lagoon surrounded with petite market stalls and painted inshore fishing boats.
You can visit the Mediterranean-style promenade and uncover historical charm in the museums, castles and art galleries.
Explore the floral sights of Funchal with its array of unique flora and fauna. As well as maintained botanical gardens, this lively capital is packed with Portuguese architecture and known for its wine cellars and scenic harbour with crystal clear waters.