Canary Island holidays offer the beaches, resorts and temperatures to send every visitor home with a glowing tan and a smile on their face.
If you're looking for a short haul holiday destination that's hot, hot, hot all year round, holidays to the Canary Islands are perfect. The Spanish culture and African climate is a winning combination that will keep you coming back year after year.
Highlights include the attractions and nightlife of Tenerife, the vineyards of La Palma, Gran Canaria's miles of golden dunes, the mountain ranges of Fuerteventura and the Fire Mountains of Lanzarote.
There is such variation of destinations that the Canary Islands can be enjoyed by everyone. Older couples can relax in a quieter resort like Maspalomas while young groups can enjoy the nightly mayhem of the Playa de las Americas nightlife.
The majority of resorts across the Canary Islands are also ideal for a family or a couple's getaway with plenty of activities and attractions dotted around the natural and tourist-centric surroundings. Water parks, daily tours and duty free shopping are just some of the perks enjoyed across these Spanish islands.
What type of holiday in the Canary Islands are you looking for?
Nature, wildlife and golden beaches are the exquisite features of this beautiful island. Fuerteventura prides itself on being a family friendly island that can also offer romantic surroundings too.
Kids will love the arcades, play areas and waterparks based around the Costa Caleta area. Couples will want to visit Morro Jable, a classy town based along a modern marina that is home to dozens of fabulous restaurants.
The island is famous for being the host of the Windsurfing World Championships in July and August. Even if you're not looking to take part, the competition has a great atmosphere and is fun to watch.
A versatile island which welcomes visitors of all ages to enjoy the Canary sunshine and Gran Canaria's fun holiday features. There is a wide range of resorts in Gran Canaria that can offer relaxing or exciting experiences.
Take a camel ride or quadbike across the famous Maspalomas sand dunes, a serene area that separates the Maspalomas town from the entertaining and lively neighbour, Playa del Ingles.
As well as a popular nightlife, you can find superb shopping centres and restaurants in the bigger resorts. Dotted around the island is a fun theme park, dolphin aquarium and zoo too.
If you're looking to avoid a lively and loud resort, then La Palma is definitely for you. Holidaymakers head to this island to admire its natural beauty and peace and quiet. When it comes to relaxation, La Palma is the island of choice.
The island is famous for its Teneguía wine which is made with grapes grown in the volcanic soil. Visit the Bodagas Teneguía, found at the foot of a volcanic crater, to see how the wine is made before sampling some at the in house bar and restaurant.
The area also hosts quaint beaches on the south coast by the Fuencaliente Lighthouse.