Canary Islands Travel Tips
The Canary Islands: outdoor lover's winter playground, the walker's paradise and the beach bum's dream come true. The Canaries offer one of the easiest escapes from a snowy European winter. Avoid the mega-resorts and have yourself a more authentic relaxing time.
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Just over 60km (37 mi) from Gran Canaria, lies the largest and most popular of the Canary Islands, Tenerife. Catch a jet-foil ferry from Las Palmas or Agaete and you’ll be there in little over an ...
You might have heard the old chestnut about Gran Canaria being like a 'continent in miniature'. Well, it’s not far from the truth. The third-largest island of the Canaries, Gran Canaria’s startling ...
With optimal weather conditions pretty much year round, there’s really no wrong time of year to visit Spain‘s Canary Islands. But, if you play your travel cards right, there can be an especially ...
As the second largest of the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura offers more than just ancient volcanic landscapes, but also almost-endless beaches and some of the best waves around. The oblong-shaped ...
As home of El Teide — Europe’s highest volcano and Spain’s tallest mountain – you can bet the island of Tenerife, in The Canary Islands, is crisscrossed with hiking trails. Since you probably won’t ...
Written by Erin R, February 2013
Spain ’s Lanzarote
will take your island expectations and turn them into a volcanic
surprise of white-sand beaches, lava lakes, and a rainbow of geologic
colors that defy reality.
Written by Jodi R, Germany, June 2011
Gran Canaria is more than just the beautiful sandy beaches and charming villages, this small island offers a variety of activities and destinations. Find out for yourself what keeps people coming ...
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