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CANARY ISLANDS HOLIDAYS

Amazing scenery, national nature reserves and perfect beaches

Holidays to the Canary Islands give you the chance to visit an amazing array of islands located off the north western coast of Africa. The Islands are submersed in glorious sunshine with a year round sub-tropical climate making it an ideal destination during the winter months.

The Canaries consist of five main islands, Lanzarote, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and La Palma, and are formed by undersea mountain ranges which project from the sea. With its golden sandy beaches to distinctive landscapes which is a product of their volcanic origins, it's easy to see why so many tourists are captivated by the Islands and choose Canary Islands holidays year after year. If you look beyond the tourist resorts, holidays to the Canary Islands offer you astounding scenery, boasting four national nature reserves and primeval forests, small fishing villages, and hilltop hamlets. The Islands have a range of habitats which exhibit a diverse plant and bird species; the bird life includes African and European species.

Spanish islands with a personal twist

The amenities and attractions of Canary Islands holidays consist of well-situated resorts as you would expect from any other Spanish holiday, however each island has its own personal twist. You can find a mix of accommodation on holidays to the Canary Islands from self catering apartments to luxury hotels. The cuisine is an exciting blend of African and Spanish flavours. Fish is a common delicacy served with locally produced tasty sauces. The islands own exotic fruits make impressive desserts giving a fantastic amount of choice for those with a sweet tooth. Late deals to the Canary Islands are perfect for winter breaks as the climate usually remains mild throughout our colder months.

Quick Canary Island Tips

The population of the Canary Islands is approximately 1.6 million

The Canary Islands are one of the favourite year round destinations for the holidaymaker

The main language of the Canary Islands is Spanish

The currency of the Canary Islands is the Euro

The most practised religion in the Canary Islands is Roman Catholism

Exciting nightlife and scenic national parks

Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands with its quieter area in the north of the island. Playa de las Americas in the south is more popular with tourists for its plentiful beaches which are backed by a string of bars and restaurants. It is worth taking an organised trip to the Teide National Park whilst on Canary Islands holidays, with its breath taking views and its impressive range of unusual animal species. Lanzarote is the most easterly and is one of the most popular Islands. It's a unique island renowned for its famous Timanfaya National Park where you can witness the volcanic action at Fire Mountain. Lanzarote is well-known for its outstanding sandy beaches and remarkable clear waters. You will be captivated by the island.

Fuerteventura is a tranquil island with endless white sandy beaches and peaceful resorts. With the exception of Corralejo the other resorts on the island are all about relaxing, whether it be with your family or part of a couple. The nightlife on Fuerteventura is more relaxed with its open air bars and restaurants playing traditional Spanish music. In Corralejo you will find plenty to entertain with its mix of karaoke bars, discos and British and Irish style pubs.

Pretty and unspoilt

Gran Canaria is a family favourite with its golden sandy beaches and tranquil sea. The island has wide ranging landscape from the impressive sand dunes to the mountainous craggy cliff faces. There are masses of bars and restaurants on this island to suit every taste.

Gran Canaria is the most developed island on the surface but head inland and you will be astonished by this semi tropical paradise. Explore the wooded walking trails or take a camel ride over the sand dunes. La Palma is an undiscovered island pretty and unspoilt. It has plenty of hidden beaches with miles of countryside. This unspoilt island is ideal for nature lovers where a trip to Taburiente National Park is a must. La Palma is a truly relaxing paradise with its low key nightlife. You can book Canary Islands holidays online here at Latedeals.co.uk.

Best restaurants in the Canary Islands

Kristians - Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote
An extremely friendly welcome awaits you in this small but delightful restaurant located close to the old town. Booking is advised so as not to be disappointed and the steak with strawberry and chilli sauce (yes really!) comes very highly recommended.

Minanas - Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria
Named after Geordie owner Peter's grandmothers dining room, Me Nana's! The homely feel is evident as soon as you walk through the door, and the welcome from Peter and Juan is just as warm. The fact that regular diners return year after year, and frequently during each holiday, is the best advert that this unique little restaurant could possibly have.

Best hotels in the Canary Islands

Sensatori Tenerife - Tenerife
Luxury at its very finest, this 5 grade plus property has everything, and we mean everything, you could possibly want on a relaxing holiday to the Canary Islands. A breathtaking pool scene, first class restaurants and outstanding entertainment for the whole family are just the beginning of Sensatori Tenerife holidays.

Taurito Princess Hotel - Gran Canaria
Built into the cliff and right on the beach of a quiet sheltered bay, the Taurito Princess offers all guests a room with a sea view and the two lagoon style pools also look out over the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Well manicured gardens complete the look of this family favourite in Playa Taurito.

Top Places To Visit

Maspalomas
Located on the South Coast of Gran Canaria, Maspalomas is noted for its 12km long beach and amazing dunes. Maspalomas sand dunes can reach a height of up to 10m and these fantastic dunes are also an haven for a variety of migratory birds.
Maspalomas

Mount Teide
This volcano is the highest point in the Canary Islands and is a must see destination. Mount Teide is located in Teide National Park and this snow capped volcano gives fantastic views over Tenerife.

Timanfaya National Park
This park can be found on Lanzarote and is made up entirely of volcanic soil. Timanfaya National Park mirrors a lunar landscape with breathtaking scenery and you can also witness volcanic action at Fire Mountain.

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