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start quote‘The Canary Islands They have it all from the nightlife of Tenerife, the amazing sand dunes of Fuerteventura, the sights of Gran Canaria and the terrific Timanfaya National park in Lanzarote. Not forgetting the smaller islands of Las Palmas and La Gomera. Come see for yourselves call me now for more expert advice.....end quote

Tenerife overview

Tenerife enjoys a very European culture even though it is so close to Africa. Tenerife is suitable for everyone, from the north where the weather can be cooler and wetter, hence the luscious greenery and the south where it is warm and sunny all year round.

The Canarian people are so welcoming and friendly as well as very traditional when it comes to celebrating their religious festivals and carnivals. Food plays a big part too from traditional Spanish tapas and paella, potatoes cooked the Canarian way- boiled in their skins in salted water till dry and then served with a hot spicy mojo sauce to Italian and even Peruvian cuisines. It boasts the highest peak in Spain, Mount Tiede where the walks and views are panoramic and breathtaking and not to be missed.

Costa Adeje is a well maintained, newly built resort with easy access to all surrounding areas. It has a quieter and more reserved atmosphere than other resorts

Playa De Las Americas is a modern playground with an international atmosphere - perfect for families as well as young couples and groups of friends. The beaches are popular and great for water sports, and there's a waterpark too.

Los Cristianos is one of the islands most popular places as it is more low-key than its neighbour Playa De Las Americas. You can take things easy here and do some people watching at one of the pavement cafes. Stroll around the old town where you can browse the bazaars, or get busy in the bustling town centre - where sleek shopping malls, al fresco restaurants and bright bars greet you.

Puerto de la Cruz centred around a small fishing port, remains unchanged. Old houses in the traditional Canarian style and the fishermen landing their catches give it a charming atmosphere. It boasts excellent botanical gardens and a visit to the amazing Loro Parque.

Have a browse of a small collection of hotels.....there are many many more we are able to book, just drop us an email and we are more than happy to check them out for you!