Category: Canary Islands

Gran Canaria Vacation Guide

| November 24, 2015

Gran Canaria is well known as an island, where every person can find his way to spend vacation. We are offering an online Gran Canaria Guide, for all tastes, regardless if you prefer active holidays or simply want to relax on the beach. Continue Reading

Los Gigantes, Tenerife

| January 30, 2012

Los Gigantes lies at the foot of the imposing cliffs of los Gigantes at an average height of 500 metres and 30 km northwest of the playa de las Americas. This spot which is not as crowded as las Americas or los Cristianos, has first class hotels associated with a sports port, excellent views of the sea and cliffs and a very nice beach of volcanic sand. Continue Reading

San Agustin, Gran Canaria

| January 28, 2012

San Agustín is one of the leading tourist centres lying on Gran Canaria’s southern flank. Although nowadays it tends to form part of the generalised sprawl that spreads through the Playa del Inglés and Maspalomas areas, it is nevertheless an entity in its own right, located around the beaches of San Agustín and Las Burras. Continue Reading

Los Cristianos, Tenerife

| January 23, 2012

The popular resort of Los Cristianos lies in a sheltered bay in the south-west corner of the island of Tenerife, merging into the more glitzy purpose-built resort of Playa de las Americas. Continue Reading

Corralejo, Fuerteventura

| January 21, 2012

Once just a small fishing village on the north coast of Fuerteventura, Corralejo’s harbour now receives ferries full of day-trippers from Playa Blanca in Lanzarote every day and the town plays host to hundreds of visitors who are drawn to spend a sunny, sandy holiday in the island’s tourist Mecca. Continue Reading

Las Canteras, Gran Canaria

| January 19, 2012

Las Canteras is the main beach serving the capital, Las Palmas. Its more than three kilometres of golden sand stretch the length of the western side of the isthmus on which the city stands and which joins the island with the group of volcanic cones, known as “La Isleta”. Fifty years ago this whole area was still covered by sands like those of Maspalomas. Continue Reading

Teguise beaches

| January 17, 2012

Teguise is one of the largest and most popular of Lanzarotes seven municipalities. It includes Famara (in the north) and Costa Teguise, (in the south). Continue Reading

Cable car trip to Mount Teide

| January 14, 2012

Chances are that you might have traveled on a cable car before, but watch out for the difference when you opt for the cable car trip to Mount Tiede. This is unquestionable one of the most breathtaking rides in the world. Your journey begins at a height of 2,356 meters above sea level and ends at a height of 2,482 meters above sea level. For the uninitiated, Mount Tiede is the highest in Spain. Apart from this is the third highest volcano in the world. The entire journey takes just eight minutes. Do not forget to stare down during the journey for some awesome views. Continue Reading

César Manrique and Lanzarote

| January 11, 2012

If you have ever visited Lanzarote you are bound to have come across the name César Manrique. Below we take a closer look at Lanzarote’s most famous citizen. Continue Reading

Windsurfing in Gran Canaria

| January 10, 2012

Gran Canaria is a superb spot for windsurfing, since the naturally warm air and water temperature conditions are complemented by the presence of the trade wind, a wind that is ideal for this sport and blows mainly on the eastern side of the island. Continue Reading