Balearic & Canary Islands

Two of Spain's 17 autonomous communities are archipelagos: the Islas Baleares (Balearic Islands) and the Islas Canarias (Canary Islands). Due to the very nature of being islands, both the Baleares and the Canarias boast endless beaches that come in the form of golden stretches, hidden niches and even - in the case of the Islas Canarias - volcanic black sand coves.

Due to being situated in completely different locations in regards to the peninsula as well as the waters they lie in, the islands have unique landscapes and distinguishing factors though both archipelagos are equally attractive to tourists and Spanish holidaymakers alike. The climate, the beaches, the backdrop and the clear blue waters which stretch as far as the eye can see make the coasts of the Balearic and Canary islands unmissable for any sun seeker or nature lover.
The islands, to put it clearly, have it all.

- Balearic Islands Coasts

- Canary Islands Coasts