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Canary Islands Attractions

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Auditorio de Tenerife (Tenerife Auditorium)

With its sweeping white façade looming over the waterfront of Santa Cruz harbor, the Auditorio de Tenerife (Tenerife Auditorium) is an instantly ...  Read more

Church of the Immaculate Conception

With a history dating back to 1498, the Church of the Immaculate Conception is Tenerife’s oldest church and an iconic landmark of the capital of Santa Cruz. ...  Read more

Fire Mountains (Montañas del Fuego)

A vast range of black and red peaks dominating the landscape of the Timanfaya National Park, the evocatively named Fire Mountains (Montañas de Fuego) ...  Read more

Gran Canaria Casa de Colon

Charming Casa de Colon was reportedly a rest and repair stop for Columbus and his ship, La Pinta, en route to the New World in 1492. Originally ...  Read more

Mount Teide

Towering 3,718 m over the island of Tenerife, scaling the high-altitude peak of Spain’s highest mountain can be, quite literally, breathtaking. Thankfully, you ...  Read more

Museo Canario

The Museo Canario (Canarian Museum) houses the most complete archeological collection in the Canary Islands. Its permanent exhibition can trace its beginnings ...  Read more

Teide National Park

The largest and oldest National Park in the Canary Islands and home to Spain’s highest peak, Mount Teide, the UNESCO World Heritage listed Teide National Park ...  Read more

Timanfaya National Park

With its still-steaming mounds of volcanic tuff and eerily barren lava fields, the volcanic terrain of Timanfaya National Park is a world away from the lively ...  Read more

Sioux City

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

In the sun scorched surrounds of Gran Canaria island lies a recreation of the American Wild West with cowboys and Indians, gunfights and saloons, and even a ...  Read more

Gran Canaria Playa de Ingles

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 5 Reviews

Love it or hate it, Playa del Ingles (Beach of the English) is Gran Canaria's largest holiday resort and the second largest resort of its kind in Europe. If ...  Read more

Cactus Gardens (Jardin de Cactus)

Cactus gets its due respect at this wildly prickly Lanzarote garden, which was inaugurated in 1990. The Jardín de Cactus is the final brainchild of ...  Read more

César Manrique Foundation

Art and architecture meet nature at the César Manrique Foundation. Situated in Manrique’s former home, the foundation melds into a landscape of lava rock ...  Read more

El Golfo

Far removed from the golden sands and azure waters of Lanzarote’s principal beach resorts, the coastal landscape of El Golfo harbors one of the island’s most ...  Read more

El Médano

An idyllic retreat perched on the southern tip of Tenerife, the lively beach town of El Médano is one of Tenerife’s most laid-back resorts, famous for its ...  Read more

Famara Beach (Playa de Famara)

A 1.8-mile-long stretch of golden sand fringed by soaring sea cliffs, the picturesque setting of Famara Beach (Playa de Famara) has earned it a legion of fans, ...  Read more

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