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Best Canary Island with a 15-month old toddler

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Hi all

We (me, wife and young son) are contemplating a one week break in January so I'm getting in early with this question.

We are looking for a child-friendly place, which I guess means beaches, water parks, streets that are not too crowded or cobbled etc.

My wife and I also like non-touristy places, good, local restaurants, beaches, scenery and the ability to do some nice drives (car rental is a possibility).

I know sometimes non-touristy can mean non-child friendly but if there was somewhere nice, picturesque and quiet that also had enough amenities to keep our son (and us) happy then that would be great.

From my own research I think Fuerteventura or Lanzarote may fit the bill but I'm not sure and I also can't tell which parts of those islands would be best.

Thanks in advance.
PG

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