Autumn in the Canary Islands

The beaches of Lanzarote and the Canary Islands are warm and sunny all year round

Sunset in LANZAROTE

The warmth of the Canary Islands makes them stand out like a beacon in the Atlantic Ocean during the autumn and winter. While the rest of Europe and Spain puts up with the cold it is a balmy 18/20ºC in the Canary Islands. In the southern resorts the mid-winter temperatures go up to 23ºC. It’s the Best Climate In the World!

El Hierro, La Palma, La Gomera, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, all spectacular islands with their own unique features. Each island offers quality accommodation and excellent facilities and leisure activities. In the Canary Islands you get all the convenience of a close, European destination but also the exotic touches that make a holiday into a memorable experience.

Explore the rugged valleys and mountains of the Canary Islands 365 days of the year

The west coast cliffs of GRAN CANARIA

Each island has its own beautiful beaches and unique flora and fauna. The volcanic origins of the Canary Islands means that the landscapes are amongst the most varied on Earth and there is a surprise around every corner. The archipelago is known as a Miniature Continent because of this variety and the exceptional climactic conditions. The Canary Islands, basking in the cool,clear Atlantic Ocean, are the link between Europe, South America and Africa; a subtropical paradise that you can visit and enjoy 365 days of the year.

Clear skies and warm days 12 months of the year

Sunset in TENERIFE

The Canary Islands offer all the security, infrastructure and amenities of a quality European destination. Add in the warm welcome that all visitors receive and you have a holiday destination that is second to none. For a winter escape to the sunshine, it has to be the Canary Islands!

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