Canary Islands Luxury Holidays & Hotels 2024/2025
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Holidays to Canary Islands with If Only

Attracting millions of visitors a year, the Canary Islands have long had a reputation for tempting year-round temperatures and plentiful sunshine in all seasons. Sitting just off the African coast, although a territory of Spain, their sandy shores and volcanic peaks emerge from the blue waters of the Atlantic, each island with its own intriguing personality and attractions to offer. ‘Fly and flop’ breaks are well catered for in bustling resort towns, but look beyond the beach and there is much more to explore. Whether looking for a fun-filled family holiday or a quiet break for two, the perfect holiday is just a short flight away in the Canary Islands.

Our Destinations In Canary Islands

Despite lying just a few miles apart, each Canary Island has their own unique character and story to tell.

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The Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama

The Ritz-Carlton Tenerife, Abama

Tenerife, Canary Islands

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An idyllic clifftop retreat brimming with facilities to suit all ages and tastes

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Bahia del Duque

Bahia del Duque

Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Beachfront bliss awaits at Bahia del Duque, a stylish and serene retreat boasting sea views, gorgeous gastronomy and a family-friendly feel

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From £1,699 per family

Dreams Jardin Tropical Resort & Spa

Dreams Jardin Tropical Resort & Spa

Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Dreams Jardin Tropical Resort & Spa offers an idyllic escape on the stunning shores of Costa Adeje, Tenerife.

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Dreams Lanzarote Playa Dorada Resort & Spa

Dreams Lanzarote Playa Dorada Resort & Spa

Lanzarote, Canary Islands

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A holiday heaven on the island of Lanzarote, for both couples and for families.

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Hotel Fariones

Hotel Fariones

Lanzarote, Canary Islands

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This recently refurbished seafront hotel exudes style and sophistication

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Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador

Iberostar Grand Hotel El Mirador

Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Experience a luxurious beach escape at this adults-only hotel.

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Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort

Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort

Lanzarote, Canary Islands

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Fabulous facilities and a beautiful beachfront position make this elegant resort the perfect choice

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Royal Garden Villas & Spa

Royal Garden Villas & Spa

Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Experience a luxurious escape in Tenerife at this lavish 5 star villa complex

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Royal Hideaway Corales Beach

Royal Hideaway Corales Beach

Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Experience a luxurious getaway at this adults only hotel in Tenerife.

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Royal Hideaway Corales Suites

Royal Hideaway Corales Suites

Tenerife, Canary Islands

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Experience a luxurious getaway at this lavish seafront hotel in Tenerife.

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Highlights

The Canary Islands’ magical landscapes span from coast to coast, across mountains, volcanoes and more. A uniquely Canarian culture is sure to make an impression.

Bountiful beaches

Over 500 beaches encourage visitors to don their swimwear and enjoy the islands’ sunny days on the sand or in the sea. From family-friendly swathes of sand to wild, unspoiled bays, and from pure golden sands to dramatic volcanic coasts, there’s a beach to suit every mood.

Bountiful beaches
Spectacular scenery

Spectacular scenery

Thousands of years of volcanic activity have left their mark on the Canary Islands and visitors can look forward to mesmerising views as well as a fascinating insight into the unique local geology. The highest peak in Spain, the volcano of Mount Teide, towers over Tenerife, whilst in Lanzarote lunar-like landscapes are particularly impressive in the island’s popular national park, Timanfaya. Lush pine forests cover the mountainous peaks of Gran Canaria’s interior, a captivating contrast to the island’s beautiful coastline.

A unique culture

Caribbean, African and Spanish influences merge together in the Canary Islands, evident in the architecture and cuisine across the archipelago. Visitors can enjoy discovering perfectly preserved colonial streets and pretty towns full of whitewashed houses before sampling typical Canarian food, perhaps alongside some of the delicious local wine, produced by vineyards covered in black, volcanic ash.

A unique culture

Useful Information

When To Visit

The Canary Islands enjoy a mild, sub-tropical climate and plenty of sunshine making them an ideal destination for winter sun as well as visits at other times of the year. Temperatures in the winter months hover around a maximum high of around 20 degrees Celsius increasing up towards 30 degrees in the summer months. The islands don’t see much rain, with an average of between 100 and 550m across the year, of which December to February are the wettest months.

Location

Located just off the northwest coast of Africa in the Atlantic Ocean.

Size

2,893 square miles across the eight main islands

Local Time

There is no time difference between the UK and the Canary Islands

Telephone code

+34

Visa

UK passport holders do not require a visa for stays under three months in the Canary Islands.

Currency

Euro

Tipping

5-10% is appreciate for good service in restaurants and other service industries.

Vaccinations

There are no specific compulsory vaccinations required for UK citizens travelling to the Canary Islands. As conditions can change quickly, please also check the current health requirements for the Canary Islands on gov.uk

Flying time

Approximately four hours

Electricity

The standard voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. Sockets are two pin style requiring an adaptor for UK plugs.

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Language

Spanish. English is widely spoken in tourist areas.

Smoking

Smoking indoors is not allowed and is only allowed outside bars and restaurants at designated smoking points. Almost all beaches in the Canary Islands prohibit smoking.