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Most Canary Islands hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Although they are closer to Africa than to Europe, the seven large Canary Islands and smaller islets offer a fascinating glimpse of Spanish development in a gorgeous tropical setting. Plan a beach vacation and discover much, much more.
Over 40 percent of the lands and waters of the Canary Islands are protected parks and reserves. Enjoy varied terrain of volcanoes, laurel forests and natural swimming pools. Visit some of the four national parks, three marine reserves and seven biosphere reserves.
All seven islands have exceptional dive sites, with clear water to 100 feet (30 meters) deep. Investigate the Gran Canaria wreck of the Plasencia and explore the underwater lava of Punta Restinga on El Hierro. If you’re not a diver, try snorkeling in the warm waters, a comfortable temperature year-round.
Tenerife is the largest island. Ride a cable car or hike to the top of its volcanic Mount Teide, the islands’ highest peak. In Santa Cruz de Tenerife, see 17th-century buildings with Islamic and Spanish architectural influence. Drive to Costa Adeje for superb beaches and exciting water parks.
For an otherworldly experience, ride a camel over the multicolored lava rocks of Timanfaya National Park, part of a UNESCO biosphere on Lanzarote. Appreciate the contrasting lush forests of laurel and ferns of Garajonay National Park on La Gomera. Walk among pine trees and gaze into a volcanic cleft nearly 1 mile (1.5 kilometers) deep in La Caldera de Taburiente National Park on La Palma.
Climb the sand dunes of Corralejo Dunes Natural Park on Fuerteventura or windsurf off its western coast. Take a water taxi to the small, uninhabited Lobos Island to enjoy the shallow lagoons. Look for some of the thousands of plant and animal species endemic to the islands and surrounding waters.
Fly to the main Canary Island airports on Tenerife or Gran Canaria and fly, ferry or sail between islands. Rent a car to explore your home island or simply find your favorite beach spot and enjoy days of quiet relaxation.
A: Get a rental car and travel about like a local, not a tourist. Slide behind the wheel and discover everything that Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife have to offer, from big-name attractions to off-the-beaten-path treasures. Your own set of wheels is also a must if you intend to road trip around the region of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - Cuenca del Guiniguada or farther afield. Cheap Car Hire in Canary Islands? We've got you covered.
A: Although Canary Islands has numerous airports, international flights mostly fly into one of these major terminals:
A: Most people choose to bed down in apartments when in Canary Islands. But you don't always have to follow the crowd. You'll also find hotels, villas and private holiday homes in abundance here, and you can book them all with Expedia.
A: It depends on what kind of escape in Canary Islands you want. Bundle a flight and hotel, or hotel, car and flight, or car and hotel — or any of these individually. If you like, you can also add on some experiences and attractions.
A: A package deal takes the stress out of travelling, and it can save you a pretty penny to boot. Flights, Hotels, Activities, Rental Cars — Expedia has it all. Bundle the lot and start thinking about what you can do with that extra spending money.
A: Many visitors flock to Port of Las Palmas and La Vegueta when in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Poema del Mar Aquarium is also worth a visit.
Accompong Village, Archeological Museum and Anaga Natural Park are well worth a visit if Santa Cruz de Tenerife is where you'll be basing yourself.
Last but not least, if La Laguna is the only place you're stopping this time around, visit Centro BTT Valles del Oso, Vilaflor and Tourist Information Office of San Cristóbal de la Laguna.
Family friendly resort. Staff friendly and cleanliness excellent. Buffet good for breakfast and lunch, but evening meals a bit hit and miss. Trying to cater for all tastes but some of the food falls short. Book immediately upon arrival for on site restaurants and free bus service from hotel to Playa ...
Everything you need is on the property, meals, grocery, hardware, pools, billiards... View is to die for!
The location and the kindness of the staff. Absolutely wonderful as always.
Very close to beach, shops, bars & restaurants. Spacious, clean, well-equipped apartments. Friendly helpful staff.
great and quiet location. staff were very friendly and gave a tour of the hotel and told us what was available to us and the times things open such as the restaurant and breakfast. super clean hotel room and very spacious. and the pool was fantastic, the scenery was very beautiful. thanks again for ...
Location Proximity to beach Proximity to great local restaurants