The Perfect Place for a Perfect Holiday

Canary Island Life

Looming volcanoes, prehistoric sites, lush pine forests, lunar landscapes, sandy coves and miles of sand dunes, welcome to the Canary Islands!


The weather in the Canary Islands is near perfect all year round, which means whether it’s summer or winter you can enjoy varied landscape here that you usually have to cross continents to experience. Experience the subtropical greenery of La Gomera’s national park, the pine forest peaks in Gran Canaria’s mountainous or the tumbling waterfalls of La Palma. Don't miss the extraordinary barren flatlands next to Tenerife’s El Teide, the astounding colours of Lanzarote’s lava fields and Fuerteventura’s endless plains, charactered by cactus, scrub and a ton of goats.


Cuisine in The Canary Islands shares much in common to that of the Spanish peninsula. One of the local dishes "papas" consists of mashed potatoes with a sauce consisting of garlic, paprika, cumin and white vinegar; served with almost every meal. In the main resorts and hotels, restaurants serve the full range of international cuisine, Spanish dishes and a limited choice of local delicacies.


A few good places to party on different islands; In Gran Canaria there’s something for everyone. Las Palmas’ trendy bars are full of young and beautiful Spaniards. If you prefer packed nightclubs you might want to head to Playa Del Ingles to dance until the break of dawn. In Lanzarote you can find some of the most vibrant clubs and bars around Puerto Del Carmen and Playa Blanca and lots of british pubs. Tenerife is packed with nightclubs and bars where you can go at it all night long!



The Canary Islands are renowned for their year-round celebrations and fiestas, with a calendar of events ranging from religious festivals to hedonistic, day long celebrations. Some of these include the Three Kings Festival held on January 5. Parades march through towns and sweet treats and fancy dress are in abundance. Music Festival of the Canary Islands; one of europe’s most distinguished classical music festivals welcomes some of the world’s top classical performers to its stage each year from mid-January to mid-February. Carnaval; March sees the most colorful and most spectacular festival. The Carnaval takes place in February and is one of the best times of the year to visit the Canary Islands. The dancing and drinking goes on for days.

Travel to The Canary Islands


All seven Canary islands have airports. Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and La Palma absorb nearly all the direct international flights and those from mainland Spain, while the others are principally for inter-island stops.


We can arrange for a mini bus, taxi, or chauffeur-driven service from The Canary Islands airport to your luxury villa in The Canary Islands.


Most of our properties in The Canary Islands offer off-road parking and otherwise we can make arrangements for your vehicle to be safely stored while you enjoy your stay.


Take a ferry from mainland Spain. Trasmediterránea runs a weekly ferry service between Cádiz on the Spanish mainland and Santa Cruz de Tenerife with stops at Lanzarote and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Naviera Armas runs a weekly service from Huelva on the Spanish mainland stopping at Lanzarote, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.