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Canary Holiday Homes features a unique range of fabulous holiday homes villas, apartments and holiday parks to rent on the most popular holiday playground of Europe. Our careful selection of holiday rentals is the perfect choice for families, friends, or couples who want the ultimate in comfort, privacy and relaxation.
With endless sandy beaches, desert-like dunes, high mountains and green forests the Canary Islands are one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. Millions of tourists come here every year seduced by the eternal sunshine, bustling beachfront resorts, volcanic landscapes, crystal-clear waters, secret bays with brilliant black sand and by the flavor of little villages with unique cuisine and traditions.
The breathtaking landscapes of the Canary Islands also provide a perfect backdrop to a romantic break with your loved one. Book a charming holiday home and enjoy a candlelit evening sampling some of the island’s finest cuisine.
The Canary Islands offer some memorable contrasts. Some of the islands are edged like a knife, steep and volcanic with their peaks above the clouds. Others are long stretches of sand that look like being cut out from the African deserts. The warm climate of the islands lasts 12 months a year and is tempered by the refreshing breeze of the Atlantic. A real haven for sun worshippers, the Canary Islands attract visitors who appreciate the active outdoor holidays and people seeking tranquility or quality leisure
The quieter islands are a paradise for nature lovers while the most popular islands provide action-packed holiday resorts with every imaginable form of entertainment.
The Canary Islands are a genuine paradise inviting you to escape and relax, only 2 hours flying time from the mainland Spain and 4 hours from the main European cities providing an exceptional range of attractions among which you will find our best accommodation offers.
The archipelago consists of five main holiday islands – Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and La Palma – along with the two small islands of La Gomera and El Hierro and several tiny uninhabited islands.
Tenerife is the biggest and busiest Canary Island, with over 10 million visitors a year, offering everything from family fun centers to ancient pyramids and Spain’s highest mountain. Whether you look for a great night out, a chance to top up your tan or a fun day out with the family, the array of attractions will ensure a holiday to remember.
The choice of experiences includes 350km of coast; tropical-forest walks and dark slopes into volcanic lava. Pico del Teide is Spain’s tallest peak, surrounded by a moonscape of rock formations and intense volcanic colors.
Don’t waste your time searching for an affordable accommodation in Tenerife, our holiday homes in Puerto de la Cruz and El Tanque provide all the comfort and luxury you need.
Tenerife is also varied enough to allow an authentic Canarian experience. The further you head away from the southwestern resorts, the fewer tourists you find and you can enjoy your own private beach any time.
The famous black pyramids at Guimar are well worth a visit. You can take a tour around these huge stone pyramids and learn about the different theories surrounding their construction.
The capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife is a vibrant cosmopolitan city and its carnival gets packed with a cheerful crowd yearning for an experience second only to Rio in terms of the fiesta spirit.
Tenerife is a lively destination that caters just as happily to rucksack-toting types as lazy sun worshippers.
If you’re ready to go check out our last minute offers in the Canary Islands.
Gran Canaria is the third-largest island in the Canaries archipelago and lies in the heart of the archipelago. Often regarded as a continent in miniature, ranging from the green and leafy north to the mountainous interior and desert south, basking in gentle subtropical temperatures, Gran Canaria is custom designed as a holiday paradise.
Most come to enjoy the busy beaches and nightlife, but beyond the resorts there are plenty of secluded coves, colonial towns, volcanic landscapes and beautiful forests to provide an antidote to the urban frill.
This is a rare island where you feel that there are still secret places to explore. To sample a little that each of the Canary Islands has to offer in the way of climate, landscape and culture, Gran Canaria is perhaps the best choice. Our holiday homes in Santa Luca and Tejeda, Las Palmas are a tempting proposal for those who wish a fabulous natural surrounding in a traditional Canarian house.
The island appeals both to party people and those who prefer to enjoy the quiet country villages.
The island boasts one of the most boisterous resorts in the Canaries – Playa del Ingles a mecca for travelers and round-the-clock revelers. The capital, Las Palmas, has a different feel with its distinctly Canarian character, historic buildings and museums. Elsewhere on the island you’ll find snow capped mountains, traditional villages virtually untouched by tourism, desert landscapes and tropical fruit plantations. If your time is short for long vacations check out our weekend away rentals in the Canary Islands.
Fuerteventura is the closest island to the African coast. There are striking similarities in the landscape, particularly in the houses with their North African–style flat roofs for collecting rainfall.
Blessed with a year-round sunshine and the biggest and best beaches in the Canaries, Fuerteventura will make you feel as if you were in paradise.
The Atlantic winds that once propelled hundreds of windmills here now serve as the power for world-class windsurfing and kite boarding. Fuerteventura has its main tourist resorts at opposite ends of the island.
At the northern tip is Corralejo, beloved of the British sun seekers, while deep down south lies Morro Jable, largely frequented by Germans.
For a fantastic vacation in Fuerteventura book our holiday homes located in a quiet resort close to Puerto de Rosario or near the wild beaches of Cotillo. Fuerteventura is a superb destination for the sports enthusiast and offers something to do in every season. Although catching the waves or sailing the breeze are the most famous sports here, there are less adrenaline spiked activities available. The peaceful but stark landscape offers some great walking opportunities, with oases, volcanic craters and rugged coastlines.
Lanzarote is an intriguing island that has an extraordinary geology of 300 volcanic cones and ticks all the boxes for a great holiday. It is the 4th largest and most northeasterly island of the Canaries. There are beautiful white beaches, fascinating sights and plenty of family friendly resorts.
The islands largely volcanic landscape has a stark and otherworldly appearance with occasional palm-filled valleys leading to surreal black lava fields.
Finally there’s a better way of finding a cheap accommodation on this amazing island. Choose our villas in Lanzarote or our holiday homes in Macher and Tias.
In other ways, Lanzarote resembles a giant theme park. You can take a bus right to the very top of a volcano and an hour later you ride a camel over low hills of volcanic ash.
If sprawling on the beach starts to be boring, it may be the time for something more acive. The wild and rugged north coast provides some of Europe’s finest surfing beaches. The beaches of the south coast are also excellent for kite boarding, windsurfing and diving.
The sea temperature rarely drops below 18°C and underwater visibility ranges between 6m and 20m, depending on the season. Cycling, whether it is a gentle pedal around your resort or a more demanding drive along the lightly trafficked roads, is also possible. UNESCO has declared the whole island a Biosphere Reserve. The most captivating site is the Timanfaya National Park. Are you ready for a superb vacation in Fuerteventura? It’s never too late to book a cozy holiday home in the nature on the Canary Islands.
La Palma offers the chance to experience real, unspoiled nature – from the verdant forests of the north to the desert landscapes of the south, where volcanic craters and twisted rock formations define the views.
It’s the ideal place for a walking holiday, although trekkers are not the only ones who flock to discover its attractions. Mass tourism hasn’t made its mark on ‘The Pretty Island’, as La Palma is nicknamed.
Rainfall and spring water are more plentiful here than on any other island, making La Palma the greenest of the archipelago. It’s also the steepest island in the world, shooting from sea level to 2426m in just over 10km. Are you a serious mountain trekker? Now you can book our holiday homes in the mountains on the Canary Islands.
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