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Canary Islands Holidays

With a short journey of just four hours from the UK, The Canary Islands offer the ideal getaway for those looking for a well-deserved dose of sunshine. With its gloriously sandy beaches, majestic mountains and diverse landscapes, these islands aim to cater for all tastes – whether you’re craving a romantic retreat away from the hustle and bustle of daily life or an action-packed family break filled with activities.

With its year-round sunshine, it’s no surprise that the Canary Islands offer an...

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With a short journey of just four hours from the UK, The Canary Islands offer the ideal getaway for those looking for a well-deserved dose of sunshine. With its gloriously sandy beaches, majestic mountains and diverse landscapes, these islands aim to cater for all tastes – whether you’re craving a romantic retreat away from the hustle and bustle of daily life or an action-packed family break filled with activities.

With its year-round sunshine, it’s no surprise that the Canary Islands offer an excellent destination for all seasons. One of the largest islands and also one of the most popular, Gran Canaria combines modern coastal resorts and charming historic towns to serve as a backdrop for your holiday, with sizzling summers and pleasant winters to spend on the beach.

A classic beach break can be found on the island of Lanzarote, where you’ll discover idyllic resorts hemmed by lengthy streams of sand, providing the ideal spot for water sports. Away from the coast, you’ll encounter dramatic landscapes – from volcanic mountains to black rock formations, echoing a wealth of history.

Relaxed getaways can be found in Tenerife, where you’ll find white sands and water sports to see you through the day, and laid-back bars and buzzing nightclubs to take you through the night. Soak up the atmosphere in beachside restaurants or head to picturesque fishing villages for an authentic taste of the island.

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Fuerteventura

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Boasting over 150 sandy beaches, Fuerteventura is a favoured destination for many. With its year-round sunshine and strong winds from the Atlantic, it serves as the perfect choice for an adventure-packed holiday - especially those keen to try their hand at water sports. Head to the island's biggest...

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Boasting over 150 sandy beaches, Fuerteventura is a favoured destination for many. With its year-round sunshine and strong winds from the Atlantic, it serves as the perfect choice for an adventure-packed holiday - especially those keen to try their hand at water sports. Head to the island's biggest resort of Corralejo to enjoy dune-buggying before sampling some of the impressive seafood restaurants.

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Water park

For a wealth of family fun, pay a visit to the Baku Europark. With water slides, wave machines, climbing walls and even a haunted house, this is the ideal place to keep the kids captivated on lengthy afternoons. For shopaholics, a visit to the markets in Jandia is a must. Held each Thursday between...

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For a wealth of family fun, pay a visit to the Baku Europark. With water slides, wave machines, climbing walls and even a haunted house, this is the ideal place to keep the kids captivated on lengthy afternoons. For shopaholics, a visit to the markets in Jandia is a must. Held each Thursday between 10am and 2pm, you'll find local crafts and souvenirs as well as delicious local food to sample.

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Corralejo beaches

Some of the most famous beaches in Fuerteventura are the Corralejo dunes, with 11 kilometres of fine, golden sand and amazing views of the surrounding islands. Caleta de Fuste is a large horse-shoe cove with sloping sands and shallow, calm waters...

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Some of the most famous beaches in Fuerteventura are the Corralejo dunes, with 11 kilometres of fine, golden sand and amazing views of the surrounding islands. Caleta de Fuste is a large horse-shoe cove with sloping sands and shallow, calm waters that are perfect for swimming. The beach is lined by a well-stocked promenade where you will find plenty of shops and restaurants.

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Lanzarote

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Lanzarote is one of the best examples in the Canary Islands that displays the effects of the volcanic activity that formed the islands. The ground in the Timanfaya National Park is still warm and can only be explored by coach or camel. You can also see the impressive works of famous architect Cesar...

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Lanzarote is one of the best examples in the Canary Islands that displays the effects of the volcanic activity that formed the islands. The ground in the Timanfaya National Park is still warm and can only be explored by coach or camel. You can also see the impressive works of famous architect Cesar Manrique, who was responsible for making sure that the island didn’t get taken over by high rise hotels. With year round sunshine, you’ll quickly fall in love with Lanzarote’s tropical island feel, whilst still being so close to home!

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Lanzarote landscape

The Timanfaya National Park is a must-visit and will entertain the whole family. Kids especially will love how the staff display the intense heat of the park’s earth, simply by showing that water turns into jets of steam moments after touching the ground. Lanzarote is also home to the largest...

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The Timanfaya National Park is a must-visit and will entertain the whole family. Kids especially will love how the staff display the intense heat of the park’s earth, simply by showing that water turns into jets of steam moments after touching the ground. Lanzarote is also home to the largest aquarium in the Canary Islands, where you can even swim with sharks! Rancho Texas theme park is another family favourite, offering animal shows, cowboy displays, rides and BBQs with evening entertainment.

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Lanzarote beaches

The Papagayo beaches are probably the most famous in Lanzarote - the small coves are part of a protected nature reserve and are a peaceful place to swim and snorkel. Las Cucharas is another popular beach in Costa Teguise, a long golden stretch that is popular with windsurfers. For a palm tree lined...

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The Papagayo beaches are probably the most famous in Lanzarote - the small coves are part of a protected nature reserve and are a peaceful place to swim and snorkel. Las Cucharas is another popular beach in Costa Teguise, a long golden stretch that is popular with windsurfers. For a palm tree lined promenade complete with a range of shops and bars, head to El Reducto beach, located in the island’s capital, Arrecife.

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Tenerife

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Tenerife is one of the best all-round holiday destinations and has something for everyone. Amazing beaches, a lively nightlife scene, amazing landscapes crying out to be explored, a whole host of water sports and impressive architecture in the cities. It benefits from sunshine all year, with lows...

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Tenerife is one of the best all-round holiday destinations and has something for everyone. Amazing beaches, a lively nightlife scene, amazing landscapes crying out to be explored, a whole host of water sports and impressive architecture in the cities. It benefits from sunshine all year, with lows of about 16 centigrade, even in winter months. Whether you're looking for a relaxed family getaway or a romantic retreat, you'll find it on a holiday in Tenerife.

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Siam Park

One of the must-see attractions in Tenerife is Mount Teide, where you can walk or get the cable car to the highest point in Spain for amazing views of the island. Children will love Loro Parque where you can see dolphin and parrot shows, and the whole family will enjoy a full day out at [Siam...

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One of the must-see attractions in Tenerife is Mount Teide, where you can walk or get the cable car to the highest point in Spain for amazing views of the island. Children will love Loro Parque where you can see dolphin and parrot shows, and the whole family will enjoy a full day out at Siam Park, the biggest water park on the island. If you love walking, then the Masca Valley is one of the best hikes in the Canaries, where you can trek through ravines and see majestic waterfalls before cooling off at the small beach at the end of the trek. Another great day out is a boat trip to see the resident whales and dolphins that live in the surrounding clear, warm waters.

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Tenerife beaches

The beaches on Tenerife range from black sand coves backed by palm trees like La Arena, which boasts great views of Los Gigantes cliffs, to long golden stretches of sand, such as Las Vistas between Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas. Tenerife...

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The beaches on Tenerife range from black sand coves backed by palm trees like La Arena, which boasts great views of Los Gigantes cliffs, to long golden stretches of sand, such as Las Vistas between Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas. Tenerife beaches also boast amazing water-sports facilities. Head to El Medano to try your hand at windsurfing. For a cosmopolitan beach where you can find bars and restaurants lining the promenade, Playa Jardin in Puerto de la Cruz is really popular with the locals.

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Gran Canaria

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In the heart of the Canary Islands lies Gran Canaria, an enchanting island that offers beauty and charm in abundance. From endless stretches of shore that meet the incandescent waters of the Atlantic Ocean to bustling cities and quaint harbour villages, Gran Canaria certainly has a whole lot of...

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In the heart of the Canary Islands lies Gran Canaria, an enchanting island that offers beauty and charm in abundance. From endless stretches of shore that meet the incandescent waters of the Atlantic Ocean to bustling cities and quaint harbour villages, Gran Canaria certainly has a whole lot of love to give.

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From sand buggies across the famous dunes in Maspalomas to practicing your swing on the range of golf courses or diving into the crystal waters’ depths, Gran Canaria is a haven for the active among us. If relaxation is more your thing, the endless stretches of beach, fantastic restaurants and...

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From sand buggies across the famous dunes in Maspalomas to practicing your swing on the range of golf courses or diving into the crystal waters’ depths, Gran Canaria is a haven for the active among us. If relaxation is more your thing, the endless stretches of beach, fantastic restaurants and chilled out bars will be right up your street.

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With 60km of coastline to devour, Gran Canaria certainly has the beach for you. For plenty of charisma, Playa del Ingles is your best bet. Lined with bars, restaurants and shops, it boasts a great atmosphere and sits only a short distance to some of the island’s most loved nightclubs. Puerto Rico...

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With 60km of coastline to devour, Gran Canaria certainly has the beach for you. For plenty of charisma, Playa del Ingles is your best bet. Lined with bars, restaurants and shops, it boasts a great atmosphere and sits only a short distance to some of the island’s most loved nightclubs. Puerto Rico Beach is equally charismatic, but if you want something truly relaxing, head to the serene San Augustin Beach which is mainly popular amongst locals and ideal for water sports.

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