Bathed by the cool blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the Canary Islands ooze all the magic of an archipelago which is unique in the world by virtue of its subtropical diversity and wealth; a universe that you can enjoy in our hotels in the Canary Islands, with a spring climate that lasts 12 months a year.
El Hierro, La Palma, La Gomera, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, all spectacular and all very different, bewitch the visitor with an exceptional and attractive tourist offer. A veritable paradise that combines the possibility of getting close to nature more actively (trekking, paragliding, water sports, golf…) and also of just getting away from it all and winding down.
The Canary Islands will give you your best-ever holidays in an exotic location with all the comforts of a European destination.
Teide National Park (Tenerife)
One of the most distinctive elements of the Canary Islands is the Teide National Park, one of the world's most spectacular examples of a volcanic ecosystem, with the highest peak in Spain. It harbours some unique species, such as the Teide violet, the only plant that grows on the volcano right up to its summit, at a height of 3,718 metres.
Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Tenerife)
At the north end of the island, surrounded by the deep blue of the ocean and the green mountains, is the island's capital. The city has lively streets, busy squares, churches and palaces. A must-see if you are sending a few days at one of the H10 Hotels establishments in Tenerife.
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Gran Canaria)
You simply must visit Las Palmas de Gran Canarias during your stay at our hotel in Gran Canaria. The historic and cultural capital is located in the north east of the island, between two bays, where the Playa de Las Canteras and Playa de Las Alcaravaneras beaches are located.
The Canary Islands are one of the best destinations for doing all kinds of water sports. Many of the beaches in the Islands are ideal for sports such as surfing, windsurf or kitesurf, whereas other corners of the Islands are perfect for scuba diving, snorkel… Moreover, some beaches are so ideal that some of the most important international competitions are held there, such as the Playa de Sotavento in Fuerteventura or in Costa Teguise, in Lanzarote.
Visit different Islands by Ferry
One characteristic of the Canary Islands is that many of them are very close to each other but they are all quite different, so you should really visit more than one during your stay in the Islands. There are plenty of ferries that cover the short trips, so you can visit other islands and enjoy different scenery. You can sail from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura or Gran Canaria to Tenerife, among others.
During your visit to the Canary Islands you simply cannot miss out on the magnificent beaches in all its islands. Some of the best-known are the Playa de Sotavento in Fuerteventura, perfect for surfing, kitesurf and windsurf, Playa de los Cristianos and Playa de las Américas in Tenerife, the Playa de Maspalomas in Gran Canaria or Playa Blanca and Costa Teguise in Lanzarote, among many others.
The archipelago is located facing the northwest coast of Africa and is comprised of seven islands: El Hierro, La Gomera, La Palma, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote.
The islands, which are volcanic, have a subtropical climate, although it varies locally according to altitude and whether they they face north or south. This climate variability gives rise to a major biological diversity which, together with a wide variety of scenery and geology, justifies the existence of four National Parks in the Canary Islands and that several islands are UNESCO biosphere reserves, and others have World Heritage sites.
The climate is oceanic and subtropical, with temperatures made milder all year round by the sea and in summer by the Trade Winds