Relax and unwind in the year-round sun of the Canary Islands. Located just 100 kilometres from the African coast, these beautiful islands are popular with British visitors. Whether you're visiting the beaches of Fuerteventura or the world's third-largest volcano on Tenerife, there is something for everyone in the Canary Islands.
The Canary Islands benefits from year-round sun. Tempratures in the peak summer months can easily reach 30c with the winter months reaching around 20c. Some would argue that the best time to visit the Canary Islands is between the month of March and May and from September to November. It's then that the temperatures are pleasant but not too hot and the peak tourism season is avoided often resulting in cheaper accommodation and flights. However, for many who enjoy the sun, the months from June to September offer the warmest climate.
Water Parks - Siam Park is a Thai-themed adventure water park located on the island of Tenerife. The park claims to be one of the most spectacular water attractions in Europe and features a wide range of slides and attractions suitable for the whole family. The park was originally opened by the Princess of Thailand Meha Chakri.
National Parks - Timanfaya National Park located in the southern region of the island of Lanzarote provides breathtaking views that are sure to remain in memory for quite some time. The parkland is entirely made up of volcanic soil.
Beaches - Award-winning beaches can be found on all the Canary Islands. Playa Blanca is located in the southernmost town of the island of Lanzarote and is one of the newest resorts in the region. Just 40-minutes from the airport, Playa Blanca is famous for its clear waters and sandy beaches.