The beautiful beaches of this enchanting island attracts millions of visitors every year. Its most popular attraction is the UNESCO World Heritage Site Mt. Teide, known as one of the 12 Treasures of Spain. You can engage in water sports, big-game fishing, and dolphin and whale spotting, among other activities. Tenerife is the most developed of the islands and offers luxury hospitality including hotels, clubs, restaurants, and an upbeat nightlife.
This stunning island has sandy beaches drenched in turquoise seas. With miles of magnificent cliffs, beautiful beaches, and pristine waters, Fuerteventura draws visitors from all over Europe. Despite being the second biggest of the Canaries, it receives relatively few visitors, making it the perfect getaway for solo travellers and couples looking for a quiet time with nature. If you love kitesurfing or windsurfing, this spot is a favourite.
Though slightly smaller than Tenerife, Gran Canaria boasts excellent tourism facilities and spectacular beaches. If you love partying at night on the beach or waking up to the gentle sounds of the waves, this is the place to be. One of the biggest attractions on the island are the mesmerising dunes of Maspalomas, also part of the 12 Treasures of Spain. For the best beachfront adventures, this island offers a grand experience.