Not surprisingly, a visit to the Canaries during the summer will ensure warmer temperatures and a lesser chance of inclement weather. That said, you might also come across northeasterly trade winds that can swirl your beach plans into a sandy mess. And considering that summer is a travel high season, you won’t just find nice weather and possible wind, but also lots of tourists.
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