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Lanzarote is a bargain hunter’s paradise. The island is home to some vibrant local markets like the famous Teguise market on a Sunday, where you can browse hundreds of stalls selling arts and crafts, antiques, fake designer goods and speciality foods to take home.
Gran Canaria is the perfect place to indulge in a boat tour. Charter a yacht and soak up some glorious rays on deck or join a dolphin watching trip out onto the Atlantic, you might even get chance to try out some snorkelling.
Tenerife’s warm weather and stunning beaches make trying some extreme water sports an ideal activity. Go jet-skiing, banana-boating and even parascending into the skies, as safe as it is fun, the whole family can join in on the excitement.
Relax on the sand dunes of the Corralejo National Park in Fuerteventura. This oasis of calm is a quiet respite from the busy resort beaches and offers beautiful scenery perfect for photography or simply catching some rays while the little ones paddle.
Take a tour of Timanfaya National Park in Lanzarote. This UNESCO listed Biosphere Reserve is home to volcanoes and geysers erupting from the black earth, as well as an abundance of rare wildlife and plants. Just leave some time to take a camel trip around part of the park.
Package deals and cheap flights mean that the Canaries are a top choice for holidays. Tenerife is the largest island, with a deserved reputation for its heady nightlife, as well as some beautifully scenic landscapes that make it a wonderful location for hillside walks and bike rides. Gran Canaria is typically Spanish, perfect for those looking for the most authentically "Canarian" experience. Gran Canaria also has a dramatic and varied landscape, offering naturalists and nature lovers much to marvel at. Lanzarote was born of a volcanic eruption 15 million years ago and offers some of the most stunning landscapes in the Canaries. Due to its size and location, Lanzarote is less touristy than the larger destinations, and works well for those looking for a quiet break. If you want to sample several of the islands, choose a centrally located one and take day excursions by boat to the surrounding islands, so you can experience each place’s individual charm.