Holidays to the Canary Islands
Winter sun for all, with stunning beaches and a relaxed atmosphere.
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The Canary Islands are seven islands in the Atlantic Ocean where the sun shines all year round. The temperatures are very mild, with an average of 19º C in winter and 23º C in summer. When you stroll along their beaches or immerse yourself in their imposing landscapes you'll feel your cares simply melt away.
Whether you're in search of peace and quiet or total comfort, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro all guarantee a revitalising experience.
Maybe what comes to mind when you think of the Canary Islands is the Teide –the third highest volcano in the world–, but the islands' volcanic origins offer so much more: it's a constant feature of the landscape, an ancient and mystical force that endows these seven islands with beauty and character.
When the lava surged from the depths of the earth and formed these islands, it sculpted craggy peaks and calderas teeming with life, it carved geometric forms and deep gorges, it created fabulous beaches and incomparable seabeds. These capricious forms are sometimes cloaked in green, and sometimes resemble lunar landscapes, but each one is an invitation to partake of its special energy.
On the Canary Islands you'll find a renewed offer of hotels featuring a wide range of top quality accommodation: whether you prefer to spend the night in a large resort beside the sea or immersed in nature, the impeccable customer service and the typical Canary Islands hospitality will ensure you return home completely refreshed.
It's very easy to enjoy your holidays when you wake up every day within reach of all your favourite attractions: a stone's throw from golf courses, forests and trails, and surrounded by museums, shopping centres and much more.
Whatever shape your dream holiday takes you'll find everything you need in the Canary Islands.
Find out more about holidays to the Canary Islands by contacting us via email or calling 01942 200 416.