Teide National Park. Tenerife
Sotavento Dunes in Pájara. Fuerteventura
Garajonay National Park. La Gomera
Maspalomas. Gran Canaria
Located to the south of the Iberian Peninsula and with volcanic origins, the Canary Islands are home to many beaches where you can sunbathe, do water sports and discover surprising nature. And the best all - year-round warm weather.
You will be astounded by the approximate 265 kilometres of beaches and volcanic sea beds with their underwater flora and fauna. Unspoilt beaches, with endless dunes, black sand, natural pools… All this and so much more awaits in the Canary Islands, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. Many spots are renowned for their special charm (the Lobos islet in Fuerteventura, Maspalomas dunes in Gran Canaria, La Graciosa Island in Lazarote…) Water sports What would you like to do? Windsurfing, diving, kitesurfing, surfing, bodyboarding, sailing, paddleboarding? Would you prefer heading out on a sailing boat, taking a boat trip or relaxing with some recreational fishing? All these activities are available to you. We recommend asking at the islands' marinas. Different landscapes The Canary Islands are one of the regions with the widest biodiversity in the world. If you come and visit, be prepared for volcanoes, ancient forests and spectacular cliffs.
Must see views in: Canary Islands
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La Gomera: Sea and mountains: Contrast
San Sebastián de la Gomera,Hermigua
Discover the mysteries of the starry night in an astronomy-themed house in La Palma.
Breña Baja,Fuencaliente de la Palma…
North-East of the island: Visiting the flora that existed in Europe millions of years ago.
Santa Cruz de la Palma,Barlovento,Breña Alta…
Sunset and stars on Teide