Rent a great villa in Canary Islands for a wonderful holiday.
Modern four bedroom villa with private garden offering a large sunny terrace and sea views. Set in San Miguel Village, one of the most picturesque and prestigious areas in Golf Del Sur.
Luxurious, fully detached, spacious villa in Alamos Park, Golf Del Sur. Lovely views of the mountains, golf course, Atlantic ocean and the little fishing village of Los Abrigos.
Beautiful six bedroom private villa in Amarilla Golf with a huge heated pool and stunning sea and mountain views. Set on the golf course in a private location, within easy reach of bars and restaurant
A lovely spacious and peaceful three detached bedroom villa with a sunny garden and views of the mountains. Ideal for relaxing with a large swimming pool, plenty of sunbeds and a shaded terrace.
Four bedroom comfortable villa in the La Quinta area with a private solar heated pool and private outside space to sunbathe or dine. Gorgeous views over the golf course to the sea.
A modern 3 to 5 bed villa with private heated pool and sea views in a prestigious area of Los Cristianos, Tenerife.
Lovely two bedroom villa to rent with private garden and upstairs balcony with wonderful sea views in the lovely resort of Golf Del Sur. Great location with air conditioning available in the bedrooms.
Luxury three bedroom villa with lovely sea and mountain views and private heated salt water pool. Only fifteen minutes walk to the beach.
A lovely spacious and peaceful detached two bedroom villa with a sunny garden. Ideal for relaxing with a private splash / jacuzzi pool.
Detached spacious four bedroom villa in Amarilla Golf with beautiful sea and golf course views from the private secluded pool. Well located with bars and restaurants in the resort.
Enjoy the space and privacy of a villa with a private pool.
This popular villa to rent in Amarilla Golf and Country Club enjoys a lovely peaceful location only a 15 min walk to the marina with its sea front restaurants
Our beautiful villa is set in a private, quiet and serene area on Amarilla golf overlooking the 5th fairway our spacious villa is set in a private, quiet and serene area.
Quiet, detached two bedroom villa with panoramic views of the beautiful coast which is only 150 yards away. Heated private pool, Fiber broadband, UK TV channels, dishwasher, washing machine etc.
Stunning 4 bed, 3 bath villa in Amarilla Golf, with magnificent panoramic sea views, throughout, WiFi, private pool and private terrace.
Spacious villa with private pool and brand new hot tub with funky led lights. Nicely sized and set in private grounds. Not overlooked. Situated on a small development with supermarket and bars
Exquisite, spacious villa in tranquil location, private solar heated pool, table tennis, uninterrupted sea views, 1 km to golden sand beach/restaurants. Perfect for family get-togethers & groups.
Beautiful luxurious and private 8 bedroom villa sleeping 19, with huge pool, sunken bar, beach area and incredible views over La Gomera. With WiFi, satellite TV, balcony and lovely gardens.
Traditional and beautifully furnished two bedroom detached villa with private heated pool, large patio area and sunny south facing garden. 150m away from supermarkets, restaurants and bars.
This modern, privately owned 3 bed villa with private pool is very comfortably furnished and offers high quality accommodation. It enjoys a lovely front line position with wonderful sea views.
This luxury 6 bed villa has its own gorgeous private heated pool and is located in just 200 metres from the prestigious Del Duque beach, Fanabe, Costa Adeje
Rent one of our cheapest villas in Canary Islands for a low cost holiday.
Quiet villa with private pool and sun terrace with sunbeds in Corralejo, 300m from Dunas de Corralejo Natural Park. Beautiful garden with seating. Walking distance to restaurants, bars and shops.
This 200-year-old, small house is a perfect example of Canarian architecture with a typical small courtyard and a beautiful garden with sun loungers. It has been beautifully renovated.
This wonderful house is built in a very calm location outside the small town of Icod el Alto in the green north of Tenerife. You can enjoy the breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean.
This beautiful house is in a very tranquil location, right outside the small town of Icod el Alto in the green north of Tenerife. It offers a unique view of the Atlantic Ocean.
This island-style house is located in a very quiet location on the edge of the village of El Pinar. In the plot, there are fruit trees and prickly pears. As it is south-facing.
Situated on the exclusive Origo Mare development in Majanicho with stunning views of extinct volcanoes and Lanzarote on the horizon. Restaurants, shops and bars 10 minutes drive away.
In this restored farmhouse with traditional stone and wooden floors, you will relax Canarian style.
This 2 bedroom villa is located in Los Altabacales and sleeps 4 people. It has a garden.
Villa Mariposas Dos is located in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura.
Villa Mariposas Cuatro is located in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura.
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The seven islands off the north-western coast of Africa comprise the Spanish autonomous community Canary Islands. Being hugely popular holiday destinations, especially during winter months, they are renowned for their year-round sunshine, unique volcanic landscape and fine beaches. 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 wonderful holiday experience.
Larger islands in the archipelago - Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and La Palma - all have direct flights from the UK. Flights from the UK to any of the larger Canary Islands usually take between 4 and 5 hours. Island hopping also popular, so getting from one island to any in the cluster is quite easy.
Island hopping on the Canaries is easy and also a wonderful way to learn about the rest of the islands in the cluster… or just a great plan to have an awayday with the family. With warm weather year-round and beautiful coastlines, explore gorgeous resorts boasting Blue Flag beaches and crystal-clear azure waters like Playa Blanca and Puerto Del Carmen. See lively and vibrant or quiet and humble towns in South Tenerife like Los Cristianos and Adeje. Discover the lush greenery in Doramas Park and the fine desert sands of Maspalomas in Gran Canaria, or the amazing lunar landscape of Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote. Race your family down the water slides in Costa Teguise aqua park. Sportier types can even test their courage here at the annual open water swim Travesiá la Bocaina, from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura.
There are too many excellent beaches to choose from in the Canaries, so let’s just go with one per island. It was a tough decision, but we have to go with La Tejita for Tenerife. The choice is overwhelming for beaches in Gran Canaria, but it will have to be Playa de Maspalomas. Though several beaches stand out in Lanzarote, Playa del Risco is an obvious pick. For Fuerteventura, we can’t decide between Grandes Playas Corralejo and Playa de Sotavento de Jandía, so it’s kind of a deadlock. To mix it up a bit, this might be the only pebbly beach in here, and Playa de la Caleta is the number one choice in La Gomera. Sand on Playa de Nogales is so smooth, it charmes everyone who touches it. And that is why it’s our choice for La Palma. Last but not least is El Hierro, and it would be a crime not to mention Verodal beach.
In the Canaries, Tenerife holds the highest number of golf courses, and though all courses are top-notch and beautifully located, Abama Golf holds the number one spot. Gran Canaria follows closely with eight golf courses, all of which are excellent; but if you get a chance, try the 18-hole Maspalomas Golf. There are two golf courses in Lanzarote and four in Fuerteventura. For a golfing holiday in Fuerteventura, Castillo Caleta de Fuste takes the cake - the resort and its beach are ravishing and there are two golf courses - Salinas de Antigua and Fuerteventura Golf Club - next to each other. Whichever one you choose to play on, the grass always seems greener on the other one. In Lanzarote, Las Playitas is a gorgeous resort with a large dark sand beach and the best golf course on the island.
The Canaries are brimming with interesting activities to try and attractions to visit. Apart from magnificent beaches and amusement parks with loads of activities, there are also historic sites and museums, nature reserves and parks, old villages and modern towns and cities. Pico de las Nieves in Gran Canaria is the fourth highest peak in the Canaries. It’s right after Roque de los Muchachos and Cumbre Vieja in La Palma, and Mount Teide in Tenerife. Nature lovers, hikers and cyclists will feel right at home here. See larger cities - Santa Cruz de Tenerife or Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, and tranquil villages - Betancuria and Teror.
The Flora and fauna of the Canaries are very diverse and that is why zoos, animal and wildlife parks, marine-life aquariums can be found on almost every island. Some of the best are Loro Park in Tenerife, Maroparque in La Palma, Palmitos Park in Gran Canaria and Oasis Park in Fuerteventura. Also, water parks are one of the favourite leisures for families with children holidaying in the Canaries and Siam Park in Tenerife and Aqualand Maspalomas in Gran Canaria are just a few. Most parks have quite good facilities and restaurants, and are so much fun for the entire family.
Apart from great island-hopping services available on all of the Canaries, larger islands in the cluster also have an extensive public transport network. Tenerife even boasts a tram service and Gran Canaria will too, soon enough. The most common means of transportation in the Canaries are taxis, and the service is excellent on all islands. Taxis are metered and the base price is around 2 Euros.
The restaurant scene in the Canaries is quite colorful to say the least, from straightforward down-to-earth joints to upmarket eateries. Mercado La Pepa in Tenerife is a lovely food market with affordable and a very extensive list of dishes; do make sure to visit when in South Tenerife. Mirador de La Peña in El Hierro is stunning in every way. Strikingly brilliant design of the restaurant makes the food taste even better. Cheap fast foods and snack bars can easily be found on every island, but can't even be compared to Wapa Tapa in Gran Canaria or Jameos del Agua Restaurante in Lanzarote - to dine in these restaurants is a very unique experience.
Revel in energetic nightlife and bustling beach bars overlooking the sparkling Atlantic. Feel the islands' vibes through live music events and night clubs where the party never really ends. For a vibrant all-nighter, Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas in Tenerife are the obvious choices. Several quality night clubs can also be found in the islands’ capitals; and none of the islands is lacking good bars - from traditional Spanish bars with tapas and locally fermented wine to Irish and British pubs with fish and chips and beer.
What’s a holiday without doing some shopping, and there’s plenty of shopping to be done in the Canaries. If you’d like to go shopping bulk, then visit one of the bigger shopping malls on the islands, like Siam Mall in Tenerife, Mogan Mall in Gran Canaria or Biosfera Plaza Shopping and Leisure Centre in Lanzarote. You can find anything in there, from home appliances to stationery. If you’d like to experience the more traditional side of the Canaries, try smaller souvenir shops, craft stores and boutiques in quaint towns and villages.
Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Canary Islands and what to do on your holiday in Canary Islands.
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