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Enjoy Canary Island holidays with Iberostar

Over 13 million people – this is the number of people who visit the Canary Islands every year. Some of them travel to the islands on business, but most choose to enjoy incredible Canary Island holidays. However, their popularity is not down to chance. Just mentioning the exceptional climate, breath-taking volcanic and lunar landscapes, impressive malpaíses, legendary natural and cultural landmarks, impressive beaches and delicious Canarian food; it’s no wonder that the Canary Islands are popularly known as the Lucky Islands! And should you decide to stay at one of our Iberostar Canary Island hotels, all the luck of the Islands topped with our luxury accommodation will be at your service.

At any of our Lanzarote, Fuerteventura or Tenerife resorts you will find the comfort and services you need to have the perfect holiday in the Canaries. Are you looking for a room with a view, a spa hotel with a pool or the most modern luxury facilities? If so, then choose Iberostar without a doubt and enjoy any of the Canary Islands.

Get ready to relax in a region which offers more than 300 days of sunshine per year. However, while high temperatures will keep you warm, the friendliness and hospitality of the local people will warm the cockles of your heart. To be short, an unforgettable experience and dream holidays in Canary Islands are guaranteed!

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Applicable for a journey from November 19 to February 17
Iberostar Anthelia

Costa Adeje - Tenerife

Iberostar Anthelia
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Iberostar Bouganville Playa

Costa Adeje - Tenerife

Iberostar Bouganville Playa
-15% Off
  • Renovated
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Jandía - Fuerteventura

Iberostar Fuerteventura Palace
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Costa Adeje - Tenerife

Iberostar Grand El Mirador
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Vista nocturna del Hotel Iberostar Grand Salomé

Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Tenerife

Iberostar Grand Mencey
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Costa Adeje - Tenerife

Iberostar Grand Salomé
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Playa Blanca, Yaiza - Lanzarote

Iberostar La Bocayna Village
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Piscina del hotel Iberostar Lanzarote Park

Yaiza - Lanzarote

Iberostar Lanzarote Park
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piscinas de hotel Iberostar Las Dalias

Costa Adeje - Tenerife

Iberostar Las Dalias
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Jandía - Fuerteventura

Iberostar Playa Gaviotas
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Iberostar Playa Gaviotas Park

Jandía - Fuerteventura

Iberostar Playa Gaviotas Park
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Costa Adeje - Tenerife

Iberostar Sábila
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Tenerife attractions

Popularly known as Isla Picuda due to its particular mallard shape or as the Island of the Eternal Spring because of its magnificent climate, Tenerife is the most populated island in Spain and the most extensive and visited of the Canary Islands. Of course, it is also full of unmissable treasures.

If you are planning to visit Tenerife, start exploring at the capital of the island, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, where you will find amazing architecture. One of the most impressive buildings in the city is the Church of the Immaculate Conception, with five naves exhibiting banners captured by Admiral Nelson during his attack on the capital of the island, in 1797, as well as the Cross of Alonso Fernández de Lugo who gave the city its name.

Near the church, there are several other places of interest, such as the tobacco company building “La Tinerfeña” (1880), the Museum of Nature and Man, located in a former civil hospital building from the 18th century. Also, don’t forget to visit the Castles of San Cristóbal (1570) and Paso Alto. The latter is where Admiral Nelson lost not only a battle but also his right arm in 1797.

As you see, the main administrative centre of the island is definitely one of the best places in Tenerife, so do try and visit.

However, there are many other places to visit in Tenerife. Drop by San Cristóbal de La Laguna during your Tenerife holidays and you will not regret it. The town located in the Aguere Valley, 9 km west of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. The Laguna Cathedral, alternatively called the Cathedral of Our Lady of Remedies is a must-see attraction there. Dating back to the 16th century it is an astonishing example of neoclassical architecture. Also pay a visit to the Palace of the Marquises of Villanueva del Parado, where the founder of the Santa Catalina Monastery, Father Archiena, was born.

The same can be said about another Tenerife location, an old fishing village called Puerto de la Cruz with four centuries of history located in the beautiful La Orotava valley. Its exceptional architectural heritage creates a priceless colonial atmosphere permeating even the tiniest corners of the village.

Near Puerto de la Cruz is the town of La Orotava. Located in the heart of the valley on the slopes of Mount Teide, the town and its surroundings offer plenty of places to visit. While there, stop by the picturesque Casa de los Siete Balcones or take a tour to Los Realejos, a town that houses the oldest church on the island, the Church of Santiago. Finally, enjoy the views of the fantastic black-coloured Acantilados de Los Gigantes ("Cliffs of the Giants") and the Teide National Park declared a World Heritage Site in 2007, where the highest mountain in Spain is found.

Finally, discover Los Cristianos beach and Icod de los Vinos where the famous Drago Milenario (ancient Dragon Tree) stands.

Whether you are planning a romantic getaway or family holidays, Iberostar provides you with the best Tenerife hotels, at your service, satisfying all your needs. Choose any of our seven hotels in Costa Adeje and Santa Cruz de Tenerife and enjoy everything the island can offer at the height of luxury. With us, your Tenerife holidays are sure to be perfect!

Lanzarote attractions

Are you planning a holiday in Lanzarote? Then, here is the least you should know about one of the smaller Canary Islands. With an area of only 846 km², the Island of Lanzarote is famous for its unique landscapes. Thanks to its amazingly arid and rocky almost lunar-looking plains, Lanzarote has the nickname Moon Island. In fact, are a hundred volcanoes make up the island’s capricious geography, on what is, the closest Canary Island to the African coast.

If you want to be impressed, the best place to visit it the area of Haría, as Monte Corona, a 609 metre high volcano is found there. When it erupted approximately 4000 years ago, it covered a large area of the northeast of the island with lava, creating the Malpais de la Corona and two of the island's most-visited geological attractions, the Cueva de los Verdes and Jameos del Agua (sets of caves). Besides being a popular tourist attraction and an area of great natural beauty the Jameos del Agua series of caves is home to a species known locally as the jameito a blind albino crab, one of the endemic species of Lanzarote.

The local artist who created the an art, culture and tourism center at Jameos del Agua, César Manrique also is famous for his cactus garden, opened in 1990 in a former quarry in Guatiza, and a restaurant inside the Timanfaya National Park. The 25 volcanoes inside the park are known as the Montañas del Fuego and the restaurant uses the heat from some of these volcanoes to cook the food. So Lanzarote is definitely the best Canary Island to visit to experience something completely unusual.

If you are looking to relax, Lanzarote has some of the best beaches in the Canary Islands, including Arrecife beaches such as Reducto, Guacimeta and Los Pocillos, which are perfect for Lanzarote family holidays.

While the Moon Island offers you all its unique attractions, Iberostar offers you the best Lanzarote resorts - La Bocayna Village and Lanzarote Park. The combination of the magic of the Canary Islands and quality accommodation with Iberostar guarantees you the best Lanzarote holidays!

Fuerteventura holidays. What to see?

Thanks to its 77 km of golden sand beaches, Fuerteventura is known as Playa de Canarias (the beach of the Canary Islands). Ideal for swimming, Playa Blanca and Las Lajas are among the best beaches in the Canary Islands.

However, Fuerteventura is much more than just another sun and beach Canary Island destination. For example, the capital of the island, Puerto del Rosario, and its old colonial town will make you fall in love with the island. Once there, the modern Fuerteventura Insular Auditorium is within arm reach, and is worth a visit. Don’t miss the Miguel de Unamuno House Museum and the Alcogida Eco-Museum, where you can walk through a replica village and learn about the traditional way of life in the Canary Islands.

In Betancuria, the first Christian capital of Fuerteventura and the main monumental centre of the island, you will have an opportunity to admire the Church of Santa María de Betancuria and the monastery of San Buenaventura, where according to a local legend there are chains which served to the capture devil.

Among the natural attractions in Fuerteventura, we must highlight the Jandía Nature Reserve and the Corralejo Natural Park. The latter occupies more than 2,600 hectares of land next to the ocean and was named a national nature reserve in 1994. These places of interest are very close to our three hotels in Jandía: the Iberostar Fuerteventura Palace, the Iberostar Playa Gaviotas and the Iberostar Playa Gaviotas Park. Choose any of our Fuerteventura hotels and enjoy your holidays in the Canary Islands in the best way possible.

Moreover, Fuerteventura is the best Canary Island for practicing adventure sports such as surfing and hang gliding.

Check out our Canary Island deals, book a room and come to discover for yourself why UNESCO declared Fuerteventura a Biosphere Reserve in 2009. Iberostar is, as always, ready to help you explore the world with the maximum comfort and genuine service

Are you still trying to figure out which Canary Island to visit? Why not visit them all?