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Lanzarote

An island with 300 volcanic cones, black lava fields and an arid landscape also has many good beaches, some palm-filled valleys and an excellent infrastructure. Tourists are well catered for in the main resorts of Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise but increasingly smaller towns and villages are providing rural accommodation and independent travellers have most of the island to choose from. The island is a Unesco biosphere reserve and attracts sports enthusiasts to one of the best climates in the northern hemisphere.

Costa Teguise & Arrecife, Lanzarote

, Costa Teguise & Arrecife
Costa Teguise is a purpose-built family-focused resort with nice beaches good restaurants and bars and plenty of shopping opportunities. Arrecife,...

La Vegueta

, La Vegueta
Centrally located in between Tiaguna and Mancha Blancha, La Vegueta is an authentic Spanish village within Lanzarote. Charmingly peaceful, La Vegueta...
It is a quiet resort with a blue flag main beach and good facilities and 4-5 star hotels. Marina Rubicon is a swanky place with lots of boutiques and...
Built in the past 20 years this smart marina has a modern and stylish feel. The popular yet relatively tranquil yacht harbour is lined with cafes and...

Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote

, Puerto del Carmen
This is the island’s most popular beach and oldest purpose-built resort which has recently being under-going an upgrade to its seafront road and...

Teguise

, Teguise
Centrally located within Lanzarote, yet only ten kilometres from the coast, Teguise is best known as the old capital of the island. Renowned for its...

Tenerife

The largest and most popular island in the Canaries, it has forests, beaches, sophisticated cities, charming villages and of course the highest mountain in Spain surrounded by an extraordinary "lunar" park. Sun is almost guaranteed in the south where new developments around Playa de las Americas, Los Christianos and Costa Adeje have moved up-market. The north has the history, culture and charm having been developed long before tourism but it does have to put up with more cloudy conditions thanks to El Teide.

Costa Adeje

, Costa Adeje
Located on the south coast of Tenerife, Costa Adeje is ideal for families. Boasting a beautiful volcanic beach, there are plenty of activities for...

Fuerteventura

100km from the African coast, Fuerteventura has similar terrain and some of the older properties have similar architecture. With year-round sunshine and the best beaches in the Canaries this island has much that will appeal to travellers.The British tend to head for Corralejo in the north while the Germans head south to Morro Jable. However, there are several other resorts that cater for tourist's needs such as Caleta de Fuste, Costa Calma and El Cotillo.

Calete de Fuste & Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura

, Calete de Fuste & Puerto del Rosario
Puerto del Rosario is capital of Fuerteventura and home to over half the island's population. The harbour is the reason for its strategic importance...
  The main tourist resort in the north of the island it is largely purpose built but retains some of the charm of the original fishing village...