Seven islands (El Hierro, La Gomera, La Palma, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote) and six islets form this incredible archipelago of fascinating nature and spring weather 365 days a year.
The natural environment of the Canary Islands led to three of its islands, Lanzarote, El Hierro and La Palma, being recognized by Unesco as Biosphere Reserves, as well as part of Gran Canaria, while the National Parks of Garajonay and Teide are on the World Heritage List. These islands also have 141 protected areas, of which four are National Parks and the rest are of scientific interest. Here visitors will find an array of landscapes: mountains, volcanoes, waterfalls, cliffs, forests, sand dunes, white, gold, black and red lava beaches.
But if there is something that stands out in the Canary Islands it is the magnificent subtropical climate, making them the perfect destination at any time of the year and for any kind of traveler. The islands’ great tourist offer includes water sports, cultural and historical visits to see its fascinating heritage, ecotourism, facilities specializing in health and beauty or fun at the nightclubs and other places in the most built-up areas catering to the many tourists who visit every year. What more can you ask for?
Ideal for traveling with children: the Canary Islands have a whole list of activities to guarantee that both the younger and older members of the family are not bored a second. Whale sighting, camel rides, horseback routes, natural swimming holes, zoos, aquariums are just a few of the many possibilities in an archipelago ready for visitors to enjoy every second of their stay.
“The hotels in the Canary Islands of IBEROSTAR Hotels & Resorts are in privileged locations of the different Islands; on the front line of the beach and surrounded by nature. These 3, 4 or 5-star complexes feature magnificent facilities, large, comfortable rooms with everything you need and very professional service.”