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Why Famous
  • Gran Canaria has some amazing beaches and is a great place to go out; the nightlife is superb.
  • Fuerteventura has the best beaches of all the islands and is just a stone’s throw away from the Sahara desert.
  • La Palma is often referred to as “La Isla Bonita” because of its breathtaking beauty.
Facts Destination
  • It is eighth most populous of Spain\'s autonomous communities.
  • The islands are truly Spanish and of volcanic origin.
  • They were formed by the ‘Canary hotspot’ and offer more than 500 beaches.
  • The term \'Islas Canarias\' has been derived from the Latin term Insula Canaria, meaning ‘Island of the Dogs.


Area Info
  • The Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago which, in turn, forms one of the Spanish Autonomous Communities and an Outermost Region of the European Union.
  • The currency of Canary Islands is Euro.
  • The Canary Islands has a warm, sunny climate with an average temperature of 18-30° throughout the year.


Why Visit
  • Four of Spain\'s thirteen national parks are located in the Canary Islands.
  • There are 13 golf courses on the islands, over 140 nature reserves and literally hundreds of volcanoes. 
  • Lanzarote offers a volcanic landscape and the Timanfaya National Park which allows you to get close to the heat within the Earth.
Best Time

  • January and February are the best months to visit.


  • Buses are the most common method of public transportation around the islands (buses in the Canaries are known as ‘Guaguas’).
  • There are currently no rail services on the islands. There are light trains in development, but as yet, services have not been opened.
  • Regular ferry services connect the Canary Islands to each other. Ferries also operarte to and from Cadiz in the Spanish Peninsula.
  • All of the Canary islands have airports. The majority of International Airlines (and flights from Spain) fly to Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Lanzarote.
  • Canary Islands boast of a rich cultural heritage and music.
  • The most important festival of Canary Islands is the carnival held in February.
  • Canary Islands house 15 incredible golf courses.
  • The overwhelming majority of native Canarians are Roman Catholic with various smaller foreign born populations of other Christian beliefs such as Protestants from northern Europe and Africans following Islam.