The Canary Islands are a natural paradise. We will start the journey with Lanzarote, which is the most beautiful place to see in the Canary Islands. There you will find arid landscapes to the south with spectacular volcanoes, lunar landscapes and very green landscapes to the north.

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César Manrique was born and lived on the island and most of his works are collected there, all of them very beautiful, such as the cactus garden or Jameos del Agua.

Jardín de Cactus, recorrido por la última gran obra de César Manrique -  CACT Lanzarote

You can also visit Timanfaya National Park, discover volcanic sand beaches such as Bermeja beach, and charming villages like Villa de Teguise.

Parque Nacional de Timanfaya en Lanzarote | Actividades en familia

A visit to the island of paradise beach in Fuerteventura is a must. It is a kind of Spanish Caribbean with huge beaches with turquoise water and fine sand. The best beaches for Fuerteventura are in Jandía, Corralejo and El Cotillo, you can also take a tour of the windmill and visit some charming little towns like Betancuria or Ajuy.

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On the island of Gran Canaria you will find beautiful dune landscapes, beautiful beaches to the south, villages and hiking trails in the center and charming fishing villages to the north. Here we recommend you to fill the dunes of Maspalomas with sand and enjoy the beautiful sunsets of the island, without a doubt one of the must-see places in Gran Canaria.

Book a few days to visit Arucas, Teror, Firgas or Mogán, the latter is considered one of the most beautiful towns in Spain in our ranking.

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Another island to visit in the Canary Islands is Tenerife. Here you will find the third highest volcano in the world, which is also the highest peak in Spain: Mount Teide.

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To the south are the best beaches in Tenerife, such as Playa del Duque or Playa del Medano, ideal for enjoying at any time of the year, and to the north you will find beautiful green landscapes and towns full of history. Some of the most beautiful are Icod de los Vinos with its spectacular Millennium Dragon, La Orotava and its beautiful old town and famous house with balconies, La Laguna full of colonial houses and Garachico with its natural swimming pools. In addition, Santa Cruz de Tenerife celebrates the second most famous carnival in the world and if you go to see it, it is a unique experience.

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Hierro Island is the smallest of all UNESCO World Heritage sites. It has lush forests and beautiful beaches for scuba diving due to the richness of its property. It is also the least touristy and most populous of the islands seen in the Canary Islands, but it’s not pretty. On January 22, 2000, Lanzarote was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, along with La Palma. One of the main plans of the island is to be the first island in the world to be fully equipped with renewable energy.

EL HIERRO - Casa Rural LA ASOMADA

In El Hierro, one of the most unique islands in the Canary Islands, you can visit some natural swimming pools such as Mirador de la Peña, Sabinar and La Maceta. La Gomera is a small island in the Canary Islands that can be visited on an excursion from Tenerife. It is a very green island, full of biodiversity. La Gomera was declared a Biosphere Reserve in 2012 and the Garajonay National Park in the middle of the island has been declared a World Heritage Site by both UNESCO graduates.

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In addition to all this, we recommend tasting the typical local food, such as wrinkled potatoes, watercress stew, Canarian ranch and Sancocho. 

Receta de "papas arrugadas" de Dani García

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