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A Complete Guide to the Canary Islands’ Weather

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The Canary Islands consist of 7 larger islands and a few smaller ones. Popular favourites we all know and love being Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, and La Palma. This group of islands boast year-round warm weather, which has seen tourists flocking to the Canaries for many years now – especially in the winter months where you can say goodbye to the cold UK weather and hello to some welcome sunshine.

Let’s take a look at the weather averages you could expect in the Canary Island’s.

January

La Teresitas Beach, Santa Cruz, Tenerife

Tenerife

February

Costa Teguise, Lanzarote

shutterstock_100658977 - Costa Teguise - Lanzarote

March

Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria

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April

Oliva Beach, Corralejo, Fuerteventura

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May

 La Palma
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June

Los Cristianos, Tenerife

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July

Playa Blanca, Lanzarote

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August

Puerto Mogan, Gran Canaria

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September

Jandia, Fuerteventura

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October

Playa del las America, Tenerife

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November

Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote

shutterstock_256238686 Playa Blanca

December

Maspalomas, Gran Canaria

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Lanzarote

Lanzarote has its fair share of sandy and black volcanic beaches, some offering a secluded spot to chill on, while others offer an array of watersports. If you step a little further in land, the islands volcanic origins are clearly evident.

Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria really does serve up some top resorts. Maspalomas is well-known for its magnificent sweeping sand dunes, while Playa del Ingles is known for its lively atmosphere, which is great if you like to be in the centre of all the action. Picturesque Puerto Mogan, on the other hand, is often referred to as ‘little Italy’ and is well worth a visit.

Fuerteventura

When it comes to beaches Fuerteventura certainly has something to brag about! With over 150 beaches in its portfolio, you’ll never be short of a patch of sand. Corralejo is the biggest resort on the island, so if you fancy something a little more peaceful we suggest you head down to the south of the island to the resort of Jandia.

Tenerife

As the largest of the islands, it is also the most well-known. The south of the island is packed with busy resorts such as Playa de Las Americas and Los Cristianos, which is great for those who love hustle and bustle. However, if you want a taste of traditional Spain, the north of the island will be right up your street with resorts such as Puerto de la Cruz and Santa Cruz on your doorstep.

La Palma

If you prefer the quieter pace of life, La Palma is a great choice. Beautiful scenery, small quaint villages, mountains and volcanoes all set the scene here.  Although La Palma is the lesser-known Canary Island, it sure packs a punch.

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