The eternal spring of the Canary Islands

Summer is already far behind us, and spring seems to be a long way off. But the Canary Islands climate is twelve months of springtime, making it the perfect place for a getaway at any time of year, with the perfect weather for any of the hundreds of different activities to be enjoyed here, from a camel ride around the edge of a volcano to a round of golf overlooking the sea.


Set in the cool blue waters of the Atlantic, the Canary Islands archipelago is unique: with its range of natural habitats and its subtropical diversity it offers an entire micro universe to enjoy – and all in a beautiful springtime climate. It's no wonder the Canaries are nicknamed the Fortunate Isles.

There are seven islands in all, which means seven worlds to discover in a thousand ways. There are beautiful beaches where the winds and waves combine to make perfect windsurfing conditions; there are strange volcanic landscapes to be expored from the back of a camel; you can sail among whales and dolphins, admire the colonial heritage of the picturesque towns, savour the local cuisine or play golf on an emerald green course alongside the turquoise sea.

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