What a Canary Island holiday looks like:
Holidays to the Canary Islands have been a favourite among Brits for decades. A collection of volcanic islands, the Canaries offer golden beaches, lively towns, and year-round sunshine. Perfect for families, groups, and couples, a holiday to these Spanish islands is so much more than a relaxed beach break. Think thrilling water sports, family-friendly resorts, neon nightlife, and adventure.
There’s something for everyone on a Canary Islands holiday. Every island holds a promise of stunning shores and amazing activities. But each comes with its own unique charm. From Tenerife's popular British resorts to Lanzarote's peaceful old town. The craft markets of Fuerteventura to the golfing greens of Gran Canaria. There’s so much to uncover for every type of traveller.
Whichever Canary Island you choose, we’re here to help you plan a holiday you'll never forget.
For some winter sun or a summer getaway, the Canary Islands are a fantastic year round holiday destination. With warm temperatures and Blue Flag beaches, the islands make the perfect beach break.
- Currency: Euro
- Average temp: 19°C/66°F
- Average flight time: 4 Hours
- Time Difference: 0 hours
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Things to see and do in the Canary Islands
From theme parks to golf courses. Bustling beaches to spectacular countryside. There's plenty to do on holiday in the Canary Islands. With cultural trips, shopping, hiking, dolphin-watching, and even volcano cable car rides all on the long list of activities; your holiday can be as action-packed or peaceful as you like.
Nightlife in the Canary Islands varies depending on where you choose to stay. Whilst Fuerteventura has a buzzing cafe culture with late-night bars, Tenerife is perfect for hyper holidays by the beach. Of course, all the Islands have their share of laidback resorts and party capitals.
Canary Islands Weather
Average monthly temperature in the Canary Islands (°C)
- Jan 17°C
- Feb 17°C
- Mar 18°C
- Apr 18°C
- May 19°C
- Jun 21°C
- Jul 23°C
- Aug 24°C
- Sep 23°C
- Oct 22°C
- Nov 20°C
- Dec 17°C
Food and drink in the Canary Islands
Thanks to their popularity with British holidaymakers, the Canary Islands are overflowing with international eateries. With resorts serving up everything from a hearty cooked breakfast to a traditional roast dinner, you’re never too far from the flavours of home.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t sample local delicacies too. Whichever island you choose, you'll find a fabulous selection of local restaurants for a bite to eat. From authentic Canarian dishes of papas arrugadas, freshly caught seafood, and tempting tapas. To Spanish favourites like paella and gazpacho - there’s a whole host of drinks and dishes waiting to be explored.