Canary Islands – Spain’s Rugged Volcanic Archipelago

A volcanic archipelago! Sounds interesting, isn’t it? The Canary Islands or The Canaries as it is locally known is such an archipelago and independent community of Spain, in the Atlantic Ocean merely 100kms away from the west coast of Morocco. It is made of several islets and islands and is known the world over for its historical significance. Ancient times referred to these islands as Fortunate Isles.

Canary Islands,spain

If you love beaches, especially black-n-white then planning a canary island holiday should be on top of your list. You can connect with Kesari Tours to check on their holiday options to these islands. Canary Islands, Spain are mild and sunlit throughout the year, the best season to visit is winter between Dec to Feb. You can experience its famous pre-Lent Carnival while between Jun to Sep, the locals are off on holidays themselves.

We thought of curating a few must-visits for you since there is so much to see and do.

Teide National Park: Tenerife, is home to the UNESCO-listed Teide National Park, which lies in the centre of the highest mountain -the Teide volcano in Spain. Conferred the national park status on 22nd January 1954, making it the third oldest national park in Spain that also houses an observatory. It is one of the 12 treasures of Spain. The national park covers a massive 18990 hectares and is stands 8th among the most visited places in the world.

Canary Islands, Teide National Park,

Cueva de Los Verdes: Fancy a lava-tube tour through the Isle of Cueva de Los Verdes? You’re in luck; there are several guided tours, you can hop onto explore the volcanic caves and concert hall underground. A well-known tourist attraction on the Isle of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, the cave is located in the protected area of Monumento Natural del Malpaís de La Corona.

Canary Islands, Cuevade Los Verdes, Spain

Cable Car Ride on Teleférico del Teide: Imagine taking an aerial tour of the most extensive national park and volcanic mountain in Canary Island. Thrilling, isn’t it? Take a closer look at some of Spain’s marvels like the highest peak, volcanoes, craters, and the rivers of lava. Experience the immense landscape of an ecological treasure that offers a stunning view of exclusive colours and shapes on this earth.

Canary Islands, Cable Ride at Telefericodel Teide

Playa de las Canteras: A visit to the magnificent 3km Playa de las Canteras stretch of yellow sand is a must. The Paseo de las Canteras – a prominent seaside promenade allows cyclists, walkers, and joggers to traverse the entire beach length. Of course, that’s not all you can also check the fabulous reef called La Barra, which changes the waters of Las Canteras into a giant saline swimming pool that’s perfect for snorkelling during low tide.

Canary Islands, Playadelas Canteras, Spain

If you venture a little further south from the beach, then the restaurants and hotels lining the beach become scarce and the waves become more substantial. You can check out the auditorium in La Cicer, or join the surfers in the water and footballers on the sand.

There are several hotels in the Canary Islands that offer options to sightsee and help to make your trip to the Canary Islands memorable. If you are still thinking about it, then get more information about a Canary Island tour from Kesari Tours.

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