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The Canary Islands are diverse and exciting. From the black sands of Lanzarote to the tropical buzz of Tenerife, these havens of year-round sunshine are perennially popular.
Discover our Canary Islands ports of call.
With an otherworldly volcanic landscape, Lanzarote is like nowhere else on earth. Explore Cueva de los Verdes, a natural concert hall and subterranean lagoon. Or, simply enjoy the plethora of golden beaches.
Follow in the wake of Columbus to what was then the world’s most westerly known point. Discover natural wonders like the Caldera de Bandama, which is almost 1km wide by 200m deep.
The highest mountain in Spain is not on mainland Europe. It’s here. At 12,198ft, the peak of Mt. Teide is the highlight of any visit to the largest of the Canaries.
A Canary Islands cruise is the ultimate sunshine escape. There is more to these islands than the weather though. Discover an array of magical places, from the spectacular Teide National Park in Tenerife, a World Heritage Site, to the sweeping sand dunes of Fuerteventura, where you can try exhilarating watersports such as waterskiing, windsurfing and diving. Highlights of your Canary Islands cruise include Tenerife, where traditional Spanish architecture is given a tropical twist and island life is vibrant. Or the volcanic island of Lanzarote with its famous black beaches, and the coastal paradise of Fuerteventura, where the pace is slow and easy and your relaxation is guaranteed. Immerse yourself in the Canaries even further with one of our handpicked shore excursions. Whether you take to the local roads for a 4x4 adventure, explore the islands’ nature with a panoramic tour, or enjoy a wine tour, taking in Lanzarote’s oldest winery, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
The Canary Islands are warm all year round. Temperatures in the autumn are a pleasant average of 22 degrees Celsius and you can expect plenty of sunshine. There could be the odd shower so a light waterproof jacket is worth packing. Shorts and beachwear are the order of the day by the coast but the temperature drops when you head up to the Teide National Park, so pack some layers.
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