Choose your villa in the Canaries and get ready to experience breath-taking views right on your doorstep. Renowned for their year-round sunshine, beautiful beaches and dramatic landscapes, the captivating Canary Islands each boast their own unique identity and offer the perfect setting to enjoy family holidays all throughout the year. Our Canary Islands villas can be found on the islands of Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria, each offering a mixture of action-packed resorts, striking scenery and laid-back traditional villages.
There is plenty to see and do on a Canary Islands villa holiday. No matter which island you choose, expect to be completely immersed in a unique and fascinating culture while enjoying fantastic backdrops everywhere you go.
Beaches in Canary Islands
Our villas to rent in the Canary Islands are a short distance away from the gorgeous sandy shores and for a good reason. The beaches here are some of the best around, from Playa Blanca’s ice-white sand to the miles upon miles of sand dunes in Corralejo, there are so many striking stretches of shoreline in the Canaries to capture your imagination. Many are safe for families thanks to their Blue-Flag status and offer heaps of water sports opportunities thanks to the archipelago’s breezy climate.
Nightlife in Canary Islands
From the vibrant bars and clubs in resorts such as Puerto del Carmen and Costa Adeje to the chill-out cocktail bars of Puerto Calero and Caleta de Fuste, a Canary Island villa holiday comes packed with evening entertainment options. Watch live music and traditional dancing or enjoy a relaxing sundowner by a pretty marina – there’s something to cater for everyone’s night scene needs.
Food and Drink in Canary Islands
A villa holiday in the Canary Islands is not complete without a deep dive into the local gourmet wonders. It’s clear to see Spain’s influence on the Canaries when you see what’s on the menu here. You’ll find all the regular dishes including paella and tapas options, not forgetting sublime fresh seafood – one of the islands’ advantages of having easy access to the sea. The Canary Islands boast their own speciality dishes too, some of which carry a North African influence.
History and Culture in Canary Islands
The Canaries striking, volcanic terrain make them a fascinating place to visit and offer a peak into their turbulent and violent past. Whether it’s hiking up Tenerife’s enormous Mount Teide or exploring the rocky landscape of Lanzarote’s Timanfaya National Park, there are no end of photo opportunities everywhere you look. Luckily, life today is much more peaceful and much of the landscapes here are now UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Facts about Canary Islands
Currency: Euro €
Flight Time: 4hrs
Time Difference: None
Capital City: Santa Cruz de Tenerife / Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Nearest Airport: Tenerife South Airport (TFS), Lanzarote Airport (ACE), Fuerteventura Airport (FUE), Gran Canaria Airport (LPA)