The Canary Islands are like a continent in themselves. From desert-like lunar landscapes to deep green rainforests, the most diverse landscapes can be discovered here.

All the Canary Islands have an enjoyable climate and are still summer warm even in autumn. This makes them one of the most popular vacation destinations in Europe. However, each island has its own unique features and charm.


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C/ Genil 30, 2-3ª Planta
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Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands, is located in the Atlantic Ocean and measures 210 kilometres from one end to the other. It is outstanding for its magnificent white sandy beaches and for bright sunshine all year round.

It is a popular destination for windsurfing and scuba diving lovers. Here you will find unforgettable spots: there are more than 150 beaches in the north and south of the island, spread over 340 kilometres of coastline, while, on the east coast you will find cliffs and small hidden coves.
The shallow, crystal clear waters are ideal for watersports: sailing, water skiing, surfing, fishing and, above all, windsurfing: the island now has an important place on the windsurfing World Cup circuit. There is a long list of beaches where you can practice this sport, including Corralejo, Cotillo, Jandía, Caleta de Fuste and Cofete.
Due to the island’s location, the temperature is around 25 °C all year round, making it a perfect winter holiday location.

Cindy A. Stapenhorst – Destination Manager
Office Fuerteventura
+34 928 90 50 09
Monday to Friday 09.00-17.00h (UTC+1)
Saturday 09.00-13.00h (UTC+1)
C/ San Roque, 23 – 2ª Planta, Oficinas 2F – 2I
35600 Puerto del Rosario
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Another of the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria is also located in the Atlantic Ocean. There are many reasons to choose the island as your holiday destination at any time of the year, including its privileged climate and beaches. On this island you will also find extraordinary natural heritage and a wonderful setting for water sports.

The variety of landscapes on Gran Canaria is stunning. There is an incredible choice on its 236 kilometres of coast, from peaceful coves in the south of the island to more popular tourist areas such as Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and San Bartolomé de Tirajana, home to the famous Playa del Inglés Beach, as well as unique spots like Maspalomas Beach with its dunes and the broad, untouched sands of Güi-Güi.
Gran Canaria is a great option for lovers of water sports. There is a host of possibilities: scuba diving, surfing, sailing and, of course, windsurfing – the island is considered one of the best places in the world for this sport. In fact, it often hosts major international windsurfing competitions.

Anke Kremmling – Destination Manager
Office Gran Canaria
+34 928 905 013
Monday to Friday 09.00-18.00h (UTC+1)
Saturdays 01.10.23-31.03.24 10.00–18.00h (UTC+1)
Saturdays 01.04.–30.09.24 09.00–13.00h (UTC+1)
Calle Teowaldo Power, s/n
Centro Sonnenland, 2ª Planta, Local Q-215
35100 Maspalomas
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It is said that Lanzarote is the most volcanic-looking of the Canary Islands. Its “lunar” landscape, covered in craters, canyons and valleys of solidified lava, is one of its main attractions, but not the only one. As it is one of the Canary Islands, it is located in the Atlantic Ocean.

Lanzarote is one of the oldest of the Canaries, the result of volcanic activity that started 22 million years ago. The passing millennia have moulded its landscapes and structure, giving it truly spectacular countryside, a UNESCO designated Biosphere Reserve.
The constant warm, spring weather means you can enjoy the beauty and contrasts of its coast at any time of the year. There are beaches with black or golden sand, in the towns or in protected nature areas. There are also places of great ecological value to be discovered, such as Timanfaya National Park, where you can see a wide variety of volcanic formations, and the Chinijo Archipelago Nature Reserve, a refuge for many species of marine birds.

Cindy A. Stapenhorst – Destination Manager
Office Lanzarote
+34 928 905 015
Monday to Friday 09.00-17.00h (UTC+1)
Calle Suecia, nº 22
35510 Puerto del Carmen, Tías
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One of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is located in the Atlantic Ocean. The largest of the Canary Islands, it is a fabulous world of contrasts. The idyllic combination of sun and sand, nature and leisure, have made it one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe.

The 269 kilometres of coast offer a wide variety of places to enjoy the sun and the sea. In the north, where the countryside is steep with cliffs, you will find small bays and natural pools, whereas in the south, such as in the municipalities of Adeje and Arona, you will find numerous beaches, most of which are volcanic in origin. You can swim and sunbathe all the year round thanks to the abundance of sunny days and moderate temperatures, which range from 18 °C in winter to 26 °C in summer.
The high quality of  hotel infrastructure and the wide range of leisure activities and complimentary services are just two of the reasons thousands of people flock to Tenerife every year for their holidays.

Knut Fischer – Destination Manager
Office Tenerife
+34 922 073 275
Monday to Friday 09.00-17.00h (UTC+1)
Saturdays 09.00–13.00h (UTC+1)
Av. Antonio Dominguez, CC Zentral Center, 1ª Planta Local 1-2
38660 Playa de las Américas – Arona
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