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Warmed by the currents of the Gulf Stream, the Canaries benefit from year-round sunshine

The Canary Islands are a diverse little archipelago with two things in common: great weather year-round and some of the best beaches in Europe. They are Spain's most far-flung territory, sitting just off of the coast of northwest Africa.

Tenerife, the largest of the islands, is renowned for its landscape of lush forests, mountains and dark volcanic beaches. Or perhaps you'll plump for Gran Canaria, best known for its stunning swathe of sand dunes.

Lanzarote has a distinctive lunar-like landscape and nowhere are the Canaries' volcanic origins more evident than here. Then there's Fuerteventura, whose seemingly never-ending beaches are gloriously uncrowded. Oh, decisions, decisions . . .

 

The outdoor swimming pool

Introducing our new hotel in Gran Canaria

Suites and Villas by Dunas

Set amid acres of beautiful subtropical gardens, the locally rated 4-star Suites and Villas by Dunas is separated from one of Gran Canaria’s most popular stretches of coastline by the natural marvel of the Maspalamos Dunes. Enjoy all-inclusive value for money at this hotel which is ideal if you enjoy leisurely seaside strolls.

Things to do

If you'd like to put your feet up and completely unwind, choose a relaxing holiday to the Canaries in one of our lovely coastal hotels. However, if you just can't choose between the islands, how about opting for a tour that island-hops between them, or maybe join a cruise?

That way you'll be able to discover the unique highlights of each of the islands - even little La Gomera, the smallest and most untouched of the islands. Those with green fingers (or admirers of others' work) might like to try one of our special interest holidays in Tenerife or Gran Canaria, or you could perhaps step it up with a walking holiday of Lanzarote.

Passports and visas

Visit GOV.UK for more advice on passports and visas.

Health

As health information can change at any time, we’d advise you to consult your GP at least 12 weeks before departure.

Country-specific information and advice on possible health risks is also published by the National Travel Health Network and Centre, and The British Foreign and Commonwealth Travel Advice Unit provides important health and safety information for British nationals travelling abroad.


Places in the Canary Islands

Fuerteventura

For a holiday of pure relaxation, look no further than Fuerteventura, a laidback island that promises sun, sand and sea…

Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria holidays 2019/20

La Gomera

The almost circular island of La Gomera is the second smallest of the seven Canary Islands

La Palma

Called La Isla Bonita or the ‘pretty island’ by the Spanish, the island of La Palma lies to the west of the Canary Islands archipelago

Lanzarote

Lanzarote is the Goldilocks of the Canary Islands…

Tenerife

Discover an island where the sun shines all year, an otherworldly landscape meets crystal blue seas, and a distinct island culture is waiting to welcome you…


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