Holidays to Canary Islands, land of eternal spring

Discover the volcanic islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote.


Are you thinking of travelling to a destination with wide and beautiful beaches? Then treat yourself with some holidays to the Canary Islands, only a few hours away from the UK. Some time ago we talked to you about Caribbean destinations, but today it’s time for these volcanic islands. There, you will find an idyllic archipelago, a land surrounded by beaches where summer temperatures happen even in winter.

Long sunny days all year round, delightful islands and islets surrounded by more than 500 beaches of all sorts… The Canary Islands offer all this and more. Some of the most beautiful sunsets and beaches in the world are found here.

Now that you’re probably planning your next getaway, we offer you a magical tour across Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote. Take some holidays to Canary Islands with Logitravel. Pack your bags, we’re headed to Spain!


Tenerife is the biggest island in the archipelago. It is also known for its great geographical contrasts and its wide offer of tourist activities.

During your holidays in Tenerife, enjoy the richness of its nature and beaches by practicing water sports such as surfing or diving. Take Santa Cruz de Tenerife for example, there you will find accommodations that bring together surfers from around the world. This places create an atmosphere that you will never forget.

Also, Tenerife is ideal for hiking or cycling. You will love losing yourself in breathtaking volcanic landscapes. One of the main attractions of the island is the Teide National Park. Nothing beats a hike to the highest peak in Spain stopping in a cozy shelter to catch your breath.

Among its vast beaches, you will find wonders such as Benijo and Las Teresitas. Last but not least, don’t forget to visit the old towns of San Cristóbal de la Laguna, declared World Heritage by UNESCO.




Gran Canaria, declared Biosphere Reserve, offers one of those tropical landscapes you only dreamed of. Especially its beaches of coloured sand, turquoise waters and endless dunes will leave you speechless.

Maspalomas, Playa del Inglés and San Agustín are the preferred spots for a lively atmosphere. Also, if you plan to tour the island, you can rent a car and explore the picturesque villages and lively cities such as Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

Like in Tenerife, you can also practice all sorts of water sports. Golf lovers will be in their element among the many golf courses in Gran Canaria. If you want to taste some traditional food, you cannot miss the fresh fish, stews meats and desserts as unique as the Huevos Mole or Frangollo

If you travel in February, don’t forget to participate in Gran Canaria’s carnival. This festivity is famous across the archipelago.




One of the main features of the island of Lanzarote is its volcanic landscape, combined with tropical vegetation. As a world reference in natural architecture and a classified Biosphere Reserve, during your holidays in Lanzarote you will find pearls of nature such as Jameos del Agua. This natural spot is one of the most interesting system of caves and tubes in the world.

You can also take mythical routes such as the Ruta del Volcan in the Timanfaya National Park. During your trip to Lanzarote, you can visit the archipelago of Chinijo, formed by the island of La Graciosa and the islets of Alegranza, Montaña Clar, Roque del Este and Roque del Oeste. The unspoiled beaches and crystal clear waters of La graciosa will take your breath.

As in the rest of the islands, you will find amazing facilities that will assure you the most pleasant stay.




All in all, the whole set of islands are a magnificent scenario worth visiting. The Canaries have a lot to offer, beaches, mountains and volcanoes, its gastronomy and the countless number of activities for travellers. Don’t miss out and book your holidays to the Canary Islands, now you can benefit from our current promotions for February Half Term, Easter or Summer!

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