The Canary Islands are nothing short of a special destination due to stunning beaches, a year-round warm climate and unique natural attractions. Any of the islands are the perfect destination to invest in a holiday home and this glamorous villa on the island of Tenerife is not to be missed.
The prestigious magazine National Geographic has made a list of the 25 most interesting places to visit in 2020. Among historical cities, national parks and paradisiacal places, two Spanish destinations have managed to sneak their way onto the list.
The Canary Islands are one of the favourite places for expats to buy property in Spain. From the great weather on the hottest Canary Islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria to the excellent family beaches on Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, there’s no end of reasons to live in the Canaries.
Have you ever wanted to buy a holiday home or a luxury villa in paradise? Beautiful, blue water, long, sandy beaches and sunshine all year round… no, we’re not talking about the Caribbean, but about the Spanish islands.
If you’re visiting the Canary Islands in Spain and looking for some unusual things to do in Lanzarote, you can’t do much better than eat El Diablo restaurant, the famous volcano restaurant where they cook the food without electricity or gas but using the heat of the volcano. Discover Spain's most ex
Gran Canaria is a volcanic island and one of the top destinations in Spain for travellers looking for the perfect holiday combo: endless white, sandy beaches, leisure activities, beautiful nature, shopping opportunities and a lively night life.
Lanzarote is one of the Spanish Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of western Africa. Warm weather all year round and an endless variety of exciting activities ensure that Lanzarote has become a top destination for ex-pats and holidaymakers alike.