Canary Islands: Places to Explore
Some of Fuerteventura's towering sand dunes have blown across the sea from the Sahara Desert, 96 km (60 miles) away, and indeed it's not hard to imagine Fuerteventura as a detached piece of...
The circular island of Gran Canaria has three distinct identities. Its capital, Las Palmas, population 385,000, is a thriving business center and important shipping and cruise port; the white-sand...
With mostly solidified lava, dark and disconcerting dunes, and a palette made up of a thousand earthy shades, Lanzarote's interior is right out of a science-fiction film. The entire island has...
Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands. Triangular in shape, it is towered over by the volcanic peak of Mt. Teide, which at 12,198 feet is Spain's highest mountain. The slopes leading up to...
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