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Self catering holidays in Canary Islands

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We recommend that you try our advanced Cottage Search facility to enter your basic essentials such as maximum number of guests, tourist board grading, garden required and so on. This will display a list of possible holiday homes. After that, reduce the list by adding any other features that might be of secondary importance such as near nature reserves or dishwasher.

self catering apartments Canary islandsThe Canary Islands off the west coast on Africa are a haven of pleasant weather all year long. The climate is temperate with average temperatures between 14 and 30 degrees and at least 6 hours of sunlight daily even in January. These balmy conditions have resulted in the Canary Islands becoming a magnet for family holidays and retirees wanting to escape harsher winters in the UK, Russia, Germany and other countries with cold winters.

There are several islands in the group: Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera – 35 minutes by ferry from Tenerife, El Hierro, La Graciosa, Alegranza, Isla de Lobos, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste. All islands are of volcanic origin. The third tallest volcano in the world El Teide in Tenerife and the lunar landscapes of the National Park attract thousands of people every year and are worthy of a visit. All around the coasts of all the larger islands are resorts with thousands of apartments and villas to rent. There are both black sand beaches and beaches of golden sand, the chance to successfully watch pilot whales and dolphins which are resident in the warm waters.

Canary Island holidays with whale watchingEach of the Canary Islands has its own special character and offers beach holidays, nature holidays, a volcanic experience and superb walking, cycling and outdoor pursuits. There are plenty of watersports on offer at the beaches and jeep safaris inland. There are waterparks that children adore on the bigger Canary islands such as Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote, bird parks, botanical gardens and animal parks of various kinds plus a host of organised things to do all year round.

If you have never take a holiday in the Canary Islands, do some research regarding the type of resort you would like to stay in and give it a go – it is an excellent holiday destination with lots of clean and good quality apartments to rent, some with swimming pools, near beaches and all with the potential for a relaxing escape in the sun.

Towns in Canary Islands