Canary Islands

Panoramic view from a high point, with clouds entering the caldera

Embark on a hiking trip to the Caldera de Taburiente in La Palma

La Palma, in the western Canary Islands, is home to a natural formation among the largest of its kind in the world. Certainly, the Caldera de Taburiente is a spot you can’t miss when visiting this Spanish archipelago. Moreover, you’ll be sure to live an unforgettable experience as you embark on a journey on which, …

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Azure ocean waves hit the rocky coast in El Hierro

Behold incredible landscapes from the Parador de El Hierro

Once considered as the farthest location in the known world, El Hierro is an isolated landmass part of the Canary Islands. Indeed, this island, the second-smallest of the Spanish archipelago, is rich in natural landscapes that’ll fill you with wonder. In other words, and sandwiched between volcanic mountains and intensely blue waters, find the Parador …

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Panoramic view of a volcanic landscape, in ochre and orange tones

Roam through volcanic Lanzarote in the Canary Islands

The closest of the Canary Islands to Africa, as well as the northernmost and easternmost of the archipelago, Lanzarote is a fascinating land shaped by fire and ash. Despite the entire group being of the same origin, the island is where the influence of volcanism can be felt deeper. Certainly, as you arrive into Lanza, …

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Sun sets behind a camel, being led by a guide, over sandy dunes

Explore the sandy dunes of Maspalomas on camelback

Maspalomas, a coastal town in the southernmost area of Gran Canaria, is one of the most visited destinations in the Canary Islands. Surely, besides being a center for beach-centered tourism, among its natural landmarks features one considered as a true Spanish treasure. In other words, be amazed by a sea of sand that reaches the …

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Sea foam left behind by a sailing vessel, with a landmass in the background

Embark on a fast boat to Lobos, an island off Fuerteventura

The Canary Islands, one of Spain’s autonomous communities, are a unique destination where land and sea get mixed in incredible locations. Among them, you’ll find a small island off the northern tip of Fuerteventura, called Isla de Lobos, protected as a nature reserve. Moreover, you’ll be able to enjoy it as you sail on a …

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A couple walking along the shore of the beach on white sand.

Live a romantic getaway to Lanzarote

When a trip to the Canary Islands comes to mind, one might tend to think about the better-known destinations in Tenerife and Gran Canaria. However, other islands can offer many interesting options. Northernmost and easternmost of the archipelago, arid Lanzarote is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in this outermost Spanish region, where …

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a pool with a super sea view

Stay in one of the Way Collections hotels in Tenerife

Discover comfort at Las Terrazas de Abama Resort; a resort that is part of the collection of May, a company which has a hotel chain that seeks to generate relevant impact beyond the traditional holiday experiences. You will disconnect in a rich paradise where the rooms give you the opportunity to have the view of …

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