Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are composed of an archipelago of seven distinct islands located off the African coast, just south of the Iberian Penninsula. The Islands include Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, Fuerteventura, El Hierro and La Gomera. Due to their positioning, the Canaries are unique not only compared to other Spanish archipelagos such as the Balearics, but they are also very different amongst themselves. Terrain, vegetation and climate play an important role in their composition however what can be said of them all is that they are each home to rich, cultural history and a great number of attractions to visit.

The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife, attracts a large number of tourists due to its extensive stretches of sandy beaches and beautiful scenery stemming from the islands volcanic past. The diverse range of activities and services available across the island also contributes to its popularity among visitors, as does its nature and beauty which can be observed more closely in national parks such as Teide National Park and the Corona Forestal Natural Park.

Gran Canaria is home to some of the most attractive beaches and nature on the archipelago due to its outstanding climate and location. Exploring the island to its fullest couldn't be easier by foot or bike and water sports are particularly popular and available at many points along its coast.

Famous for its volcanic history and almost lunar landscape, Lanzarote is one of the most unique places you will ever visit. From its black beaches and coves to its interesting array of cultural activities and sports, the island is particularly popular among tourists in search of a holiday unlike any they have experienced before providing the opportunity to explore the island's geographical and cultural history first hand.

Also known as the 'Isla Bonita', La Palma is recognised for its lush vegetation and rocky backdrops which stretch down to the coastline creating natural coves and rocky bays. Its black sand beaches and thick forest create a beautifully diverse landscape unlike any other. Being home to Caldera de Taburiente National Park provides the perfect opportunity for visitors to explore first hand what the island has to offer in terms of nature.

Fuerteventura is more widely know for its outstanding climate and endless white, sandy beaches, perfect for windsurfers and scuba divers. The island is a top tourist destination due to its varied landscape, nature reserves and large variety of services available. There are unlimited bays and coves to discover and explore.

Lush vegetation and volcanic terrain are brought together on the island of El Hierro; a paradise in the Canaries. The island is composed of hundreds of ancient volcanoes, covering the island in rocky façades and cliffs forming natural lagoons and coves along the coastline. The deep, clear waters around the island make it the perfect location for scuba divers and adventure sport enthusiasts as there is so much to see and discover. You don't want to miss it!

La Gomera or 'Isla Mágica' is one of the most naturally beautiful islands in the Canaries. Its mountainous landscape, rocky shores, black sand beaches and lush forests add to its spectacular backdrop of Garajonay National Park where walking a cycling are among the top leisure activities.


  • Mogán Beach (Gran Canaria) - With an amazing promenade and a variety of services available, Mogán is the perfect location to hire a sun lounger and enjoy the soft white sand and crystal clear waters that Gran Canaria has to offer.
  • Las Cucharas Beach (Teguise, Lanzarote) - Equipped with everything you could possibly need for a relaxing or fun-filed day at the coast. Lifeguard service and full promenade as well as the perfect spot for scuba diving and windsurfing.
  • Los Cristianos Beach (Tenerife) - Perfect for families, this typical tourist beach on the coast of Tenerife has all the facilities and services available for a chilled-out day on the beach.
  • Los Cancajos Beach (La Palma) - A beautiful beach of rocks, white sand and clear waters. Popular among tourists but not overcrowded with many facilities available.
  • Costa Calma Beach (Fuerteventura) - A popular beach perfect for water sports with all equipment available to hire. A breezy beach with calm waters the area is also a great place for diving.
  • Santiago Beach (Alajeró, Gomera) - A well-equipped, picturesque beach surrounded by giant rocks and hillside.
  • La Restinga Beach (Frontera, El Hierro) - A popular beach with clear, calm waters and golden sand.