Category: Canary Islands

Tenerife transport

How to get to Tenerife:

Daily flights linking the main cities of Spain with the rest of Europe (International airport Reina Sofia/Tenerife Sur). Daily plane, ship and / or Jetfoil trips from the rest of the Canary islands (Los Rodeos airport, Transmediterranea Jet-foil and Fred Olsen Ferries). Continue Reading

Gran Canaria Volcanoes

This island’s volcanic origin confers upon it certain scenic peculiarities of great rarity. The main distinguishing feature of Gran Canaria volcanism is the superimposition of modern structures upon old, giving rise to myriad forms of cones, depressions and volcanic lava flows. The last-mentioned, rivers of solidified lava, are present in a variety seen in no other place on Earth. Continue Reading

Puerto de Mogán, Gran Canaria

Puerto de Mogán is one of the most attractive tourist resorts in the Canaries, as it combines a typical fishing-village atmosphere with a marina built in the local style. In this seafaring village, the original-looking houses – traditional straight lines, whitewashed walls, brightly painted doors and windows-seem to cling to the cliffside. Puerto Mogan is situated on the south west coast, nine miles west of Puerto Rico. Continue Reading

Playa la Arena, Tenerife

Playa la Arena is today one of three separate resorts (Los Gigantes, Puerto Santiago and Playa la Arena) that have merged into one. Playa la Arena is the most modern of the three and has a beautiful long stretch of blue Flag standard black sand beaches. Continue Reading

Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote

Set beneath a range of steep hills on the south coast of Lanzarote, Puerto del Carmen is the island’s main resort. Continue Reading

Costa Teguise, Lanzarote

The smallest and most recently developed of the island’s three main resorts, Costa Teguise is situated on the southeast corner of Lanzarote and is a haven for families and sun-seekers. Continue Reading

Caleta de Fuste, Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura’s busiest holiday resort has been built up around the town of Caleta de Fuste, also known as Castillo, about six miles (10km) south of the island’s airport. Continue Reading

Monkey Park, Tenerife

Tenerife is not restricted to pleasant weather, surfing, sunbathing, and beaches. It has many other hidden treasures for the visitors to find out and explore. Maybe this is the reason why thousands of tourists visit it every week. Apart from its natural beauty, this island also boasts of some enthralling parks that includes Monkey Park. You can rest assured that your kids will be thrilled when you take them along with you to the biggest little zoo in the world, which also provides an international breeding spot for the endangered species. Continue Reading

Lago Martianez, Tenerife

There is so much to see and do in Lago Martianez, that you can spend days enjoying them. This is also the best destination for your holidays, especially if you plan to take your kids along with you. This city is situated in Spain, on the northern coast of the exotic Tenerife Island.

Though this city has other things on offer, your first destination should be Loro parquet, which, translated into English, means Parrot Park. Your kids will love to the wide variety of animals present in this park. Some of them include chimpanzees, tigers, gorillas, two eye sloths, and much more. Continue Reading

Las Canadas, Tenerife

The Teide National Park was created in 1954. It has a surface area of 135 square kilometres which includes the great volcanic crater 2,000 meters high where the volcanic cones of Pico Viejo and the Teide are located at 1,105 and 1,718 meters above it respectively. All is of great geological, botanical and landscape value. Continue Reading

Siam Parqe, Tenerife

What are your thoughts about returning to your childhood days? You can easily undertake this whenever you have some spare time. Moreover, you do not require any time machine for the same. Include idyllic sights and pleasant weather throughout the year, and you have the perfect holiday recipe. In case you are confused, we are talking about Siam Parque. Located off the coast of North Africa, Terenife is an amazing tourist gateway. Apart for being famous for its excellent weather, it is also famous for its theme parks including the Siam Parque, a magnificent water park. Continue Reading

Camel Park, Tenerife

Camels are generally associated with Asian or African countries. However, it is a well known fact that kids like nothing better apart from a ride on a camel’s back. Why do you not plan your trip in such a way that you do not have to venture far from Europe and yet enjoy the fun that only camels can provide? Just close your eyes and imagine a camel kissing you. This is possible if you visit Tenerife. This isle is famous worldwide for its perpetual temperate climate and for its enthralling sceneries. It is also famous for some exotic parks including the Camel Park. Continue Reading

Medieval Adventure at Castillo San Miguel

You might have traveled to various tourist sport all over the world, but you can be rest assured that nothing comes even close to the experience you will witness at Castillo San Miguel. It will seem that you have traveled through a time machine and have gone back in to the medieval era. This place is a must see for those who visit Tenerife. The entire construction is made out of canto stone and covers an area of 6,000 square meters. Do not forget to check the entrance, decorated with scrolls, chests, swords, and armor. Continue Reading

Apartamentos Montebello Complex, Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria

The Apartamentos Montebello Complex Is Located In The Puerto Rico Resort On The Island Of Gran Canaria, Spain. The Beach Is 700 Metres From The Hotel And The Resort Centre Is One Kilometre Away. Continue Reading