Canary Islands are one of the greatest sailing destinations

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Magnificent view in Canary Islands.
Sailing in Canary islands.
Life style in Canary Islands
Enjoying the wonderful beaches of Canary islands.


Canary Islands are one of the greatest sailing destination

If you look for sailing holidays, then you have to book for Canary Islands! In Canary islands you never feel bored. The word that describes them is exploration. Let’ s see why!


Tenerife is an island of all the adventures. Imagine how many thinks you can do. You can experience a big variety of water sports!  You can walk at the Laguna old town, admire the extraordinary architecture and check the art galleries of the island. Why don’t you lie at “Las Teresitas” beach?  Also what everybody has to include in the his list is the Teide National Park. You will be astonished by the volcanos’ landscape. The list is endless.

Explore the seas around Tenerife with your luxury yacht. Enjoy snacks and drinks on board as you watch dolphins and whales swim by. And then take some time to jump on the water and swim or snorke.

Also have in mind that the trip will be more extraordinary  if you reach there with a sailing yacht.

Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is the second most populous island of the Canary Islands, an African archipelago which is part of Spain and  largest island of Canary Island. You find a lot of sea sports are common in Gran Canaria, but also biking, hiking and golf. We propose to you to visit Playa de las Canteras, Playa del Inglés" and "Maspalomas with your sailing yacht Be aware with the exotic animals and plants at the Palmitos Park and explore the pine forest, palm groves and ravines of Valsequillo.

In 1492, Christopher Columbus anchored in the Port of Las Palmas (and spent some time on the island) on his first trip to the Americas. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is, jointly with Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital of the autonomous community of the Canary Islands.


Lanzarote, is the easternmost island of the Canary Islands and has a volcanic origin.
It was born through fiery eruptions and has solidified lava streams as well as extravagant rock formations.
One good idea to try the local wines. A fascinating sightseeing is the César Manrique. There you can find a combination of five lava bubbles which lead to a volcanic mull. Another surprising part is that you can try local dishes which are prepared with the heat of the volcanos! A nice plan at your trip would be furthermore to organize a camel safari aroundthe park of Timanfaya National Park.

Good also to know is apart from the native bats and the mammals which accompanied humans to the island (including the dromedary, which was used for agriculture and is now a tourist attraction), there are few vertebrate species on Lanzarote. These include birds (such as falcons) and reptiles. Some interesting endemic animals are the Gallotia lizards and the blind Munidopsis polymorpha crabs found in the Jameos del Agua lagoon, which was formed by a volcanic eruption. The island is also home to one of two surviving populations of the threatened Canarian Egyptian vulture.

The Convento de San Francisco, the Convento de Santo Domingo and the market of the Plaza de San Miguel worth also a visit.