In winter, the Canary Islands
Forget about your coats, gloves and scarves. If you want to enjoy good weather and the beach in the middle of winter, then head to the Canary Islands. Its eternal spring climate always guarantees success.
Eight islands are bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, and each one of them is a different world full of contrasts and possibilities. The Canary Islands offer almost 1,500 kilometres of coastline, with a predominant feature: their variety. You'll find so many options that the hardest part will be choosing where to enjoy the sun and warm climate.
Would you like to experience the pleasant sensation of swimming in the sea in the middle of winter? In the Canary archipelago, you will be able to do this in authentic and exceptional surroundings. From the long white sandy beaches of Tenerife and Fuerteventura, to the small coves between the cliffs of El Hierro and La Gomera. From the exotic landscape of dunes in Gran Canaria to the volcanic sandy beaches of Lanzarote, La Palma, and La Graciosa.
The Canary Islands will tick all your boxes if, apart from relaxing, you also want to have fun on the beach. The facilities and marinas on the islands make for a water sports paradise. Every day you will find numerous options: sailing, water skiing, canoeing, surfing, motor-boating, etc. And let’s not forget, the Canary Islands are one of the best places in the world for windsurfing, and they also have hidden attractions under the water where divers can have an amazing time diving through the unique volcanic landscape of the seabed. Don’t hesitate... If you are thinking of going on holiday this winter, the Canary Islands are a sure bet.