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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.
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.