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Family from Leicester, United Kingdom May 2019

Great stay at Villa Santana. A well-appointed property, spacious, and well-equipped. Comms with agent very good; comms throughout stay as required were good too. Convenient for local amenities and air port. Would definitely stay here again.

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Couple from Kibblesworth, United Kingdom May 2019

First of all, we would highly recommend this villa to any couple or family. Before our arrival, the contact with the owners was great in answering our questions which made us feel very relaxed before we even got there. Upon arrival, this was made so easy with the key safe being there so we were able to get in as soon as we arrived. Upon entering the villa, we found it very clean, tidy and nicely decorated. The rooms are all perfecly adequate and the main bedroom has a good en suite. The property has a safe where you can store your valuables and the kitchen has everything you could possibly need and the villa even has things like plug adaptors and hairdryers so you can literaly turn up with your clothes, sun creams and food and start enjoying your holiday straight away. We would recommend doing an onilne shop prior to going that you can get deliverd when you arrive. Alternatively, there is a large supermarket a short taxi ride away to do a 'big'' shop and there is a local supermarket at the top of the road to top up on things which we used for beverages, just to stay hydrated of course. The pool area is fantastic, it is larger than it looked in the pics, not overlooked and totally private with walls surrounding it all the way round which are covered by the lovely plants and trees. It is very clean, well maintained as is the dining area and sofas which were lovely to sit at and eat and chill out. The BBQ at the villa was a great addition so just purchase some charcoal from the local supoermarket and you have the option to eat at the villa without going out for food tha we did a couple of times in the day. You can see the sea from here which made it even more idyllic. With the villa being at the end of the road, it was quiet and just a 1 minute walk to be on the costal path that you can walk all the way in to town via. A little about the resort, we went in June so some of the local bars were closed but there is the Swing bar and Terrace bar which are both within walking distance. The Terrace bar is lively with a lively owner called Andy and open until the last person standing. In the town, there are more bars and restuarants and we would recommend the 19th hole, the bar at the end of the Harbour wall and also, the excellent Golden Bay for a chinese meal. The photo's are great but do not do this amazing villa justice as it is even better in real life. Again, we would recommend this beautiful villa to anyone and we enjoyed it so much, we are looking to book it again for later this year. Thank you so much for the use of your incredible villa and we hope to be back very soon. Peter and Caroline.

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Couple from Gillingham, United Kingdom March 2019

We really like this complex and the bungalows. They have plenty of space and privacy and are away from the noise and bustle of the main part of the resort. This bungalow was nicely presented, in good order with everything we needed for a peaceful break. The owner gave detailed directions and was flexible with our departure time as no guests had booked to stay following us. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and can't wait to go back.

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Couple from Ashtead, United Kingdom January 2019

Enjoyed our stay in the villa which was very well situated for San Blas shops and restaurants. TV tends to be at the mercy of the internet which had a habit of disconnecting at a crucial moment. Limited hanging wardrobe space but fine for 2 of us, a family might struggle. Shower was good but lacked sophistication, had to be "turned" on or off and hence cold water at the end of a shower, it became a case of hiding behind the shower curtain. Overall we would stay again and as such recommend.

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About Canary Islands

Villas in the Canary Islands

The seven Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago off the western coast of Africa, 200km from southern Morocco. Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and La Palma all have direct flights from the UK. A hugely popular holiday destination, they are renowned for their year-round sunshine, unique volcanic landscape and convenient proximity to the UK. However, there's a whole lot more to these slices of paradise than just sun, sea and sandy beaches! Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Tenerife and Fuerteventura are all small islands with big personalities, each offering their own unique experience.

The larger islands can be accessed by ferry from Mazagón in Andalucia, with regular ferry routes and flights between each island. The Canaries also have a well-cared for infrastructure, perfect for exploring your surroundings by car. Rent a villa in the Canaries to explore everything this vibrant archipelago has to offer; pristine black and white sand beaches, national parks, sophisticated shopping outlets, first-class golf courses and one of the most colourful fiestas in the world - Santa de Cruz carnival in Tenerife - the second largest after Brazil's Rio de Janeiro!

There are many attractions for families, with an abundance of coastline resorts. For couples and singles looking for a lively holiday, discover an energetic nightlife, delicious gastronomy and bustling beach bars overlooking the sparkling Atlantic. With its predictable sunshine, the weather in the Canary Islands will not disappoint!

Key holiday info
  • Each island in the archipelago has its own airport, but only the four main islands have airports with year-round international flights.
  • The average daytime temperature in the summer is 25°C, and 17°C in winter.
  • The average sea temperature in summer is 24°C and 19°C in winter.
  • The two most popular family-friendly beach resorts are Costa Adeje in Tenerife and Mespalomas in Gran Canaria.
  • The pleasant Canarian climate and lush greenery means perfect conditions for golfing. Almost every island in the archipelago boasts golf courses.

A beginner's guide to renting a villa in the Canaries

Diverse and colourful, The Canary archipelago offers so much more than world-class beaches and year-round sunshine. Even though an occasional snowfall on the highest peaks is possible, ski resorts may be the only thing missing to complete that full all-round experience. Discover the four main islands:

Lanzarote is the most northern island in the archipelago. With yearly sunshine and a gorgeous coastline, explore its lively beach resorts like Playa Blanca and Puerto Del Carmen boasting Blue Flags and crystal-clear azure waters. Discover the lunar landscape in Timanfaya National Park while riding camels, or race your family down the water slides in Costa Teguise aqua park. Couples will find resorts like Charco del Palo and Los Charcones with its tranquil pools are the perfect spots for unwinding.

Fuerteventura is approx. 12km south of the Lanzarote. Sportier types can test their courage here at the annual open water swim Travesiá la Bocaina, from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura. Explore the sand dunes of Fuerteventura, where the turquoise sea kisses the fine desert sands. Visit the historic sites and museums and embrace the islands' local culture and history. Take a family trip to one of the many Blue Flag beaches such as Puerto Lajas, and witness the immaculate natural beauty of the volcanic sands stretching under the sparkling Atlantic.

Gran Canaria is approx. 50km west from Fuerteventura and a popular resort with golfers who make the most of the Canaries' pleasant and stable climate. Discover the lush greenery in Doramas Park and the fine desert sands of Maspalomas. Nestled between these two regions is the scenic Pico de las Nieves, the third highest peak in the Canaries, reaching 1,949m in height. Nature lovers, hikers and cyclists will feel right at home here. Families are spoiled for choice with the numerous water parks and zoos Gran Canaria has to offer.

Tenerife is the largest of the Canaries, situated between La Gomera and Gran Canaria. Apart from basking in the sun with sand between your toes and a cocktail in your hand, there are numerous things to do and see here. The highest peak in Spain, Pico del Teide reaches 3,718m, boasting beautiful views of the palm-lined landscape. For more active holidaymakers and nature lovers the hiking trails, botanical parks and jungle park are a must-see. Out of all the Canary islands, Tenerife offers perhaps the most diverse experience. Visit the colourful markets in Los Cristianos, Torviscas and Santa Cruz for the unique handcrafted gifts and local delicacies. Water parks and zoos like Costa Adeje to the south and Loro Park to the north should keep the kids entertained for hours. Feel the island's energy through its beach bars, live music venues and night clubs where the party only really starts after midnight.

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Did you know...
  • The Canaries are volcanic formations that rose over 14 million years ago. Lanzarote volcano is considered potentially active.
  • Because of their volcanic origin, some beaches may appear dirty, but it's only black sand.
  • All of the Canary Islands have an incredible, well-maintained road infrastructure. Quality roads will take you to all corners of islands.
  • There are around 40 Blue Flag beaches on the four islands. A certificate with a very strict set of standards concerning the environment.
  • Around 10 million tourists visit Canary Islands every year.
  • The Canaries are a home to four of the 15 Spanish national parks.
  • Mount Teide is the third highest volcano in the world.

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Discover Canary Islands

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6 Beautiful Beaches to visit in the Canary Islands

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