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Beaches, Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are a prime destination for sun-seekers. You can expect year-round warm weather at the blissful beaches here. In fact, many can be found in remarkably remote locations, featuring unspoiled sands beside clear waters.

Simply unwind on a sun lounger or try popular water sports like surfing and snorkelling – the choice is all yours!


A trip to Cofete is the perfect day out for any holidaymaker with an adventurous side. You’ll have to journey off-the-beaten-track to reach this village, which boasts an incredible landscape. Head over to the two naturally unspoiled stretches of sand…


Corralejo Grandes Playas

Corralejo’s aptly-named Grandes Playas (meaning “big beaches”), will not disappoint holidaymakers who visit this shore. When you arrive, you’ll be met with nine-kilometres of fine, white sand…


Cotillo Lagoons

The Cotillo Lagoons offer a quaint paradise that’s ideal for a tranquil day out, which is why families love taking their children swimming and snorkelling here. For the thrill-seekers among us, the larger waves at the southern beaches…


Maspalomas Beach

Holidaymakers who visit Maspalomas will find plenty of places to relax and unwind on their break, and the beach is no exception! This 12-kilometre sandy stretch lies on the south coast of Gran Canaria and provides oodles of spots to kick back…


Playa de Amadores

Visit Playa de Amadores, a man-made sandy beach in the southwest of Gran Canaria. Sheltered by the surrounding hillside, the water here is calm and perfect for a peaceful swim or paddle.


Playa de la Arena

You can’t miss the striking black sand on Playa de la Arena. Its unusual shade is a result of the surrounding volcanic landscape, so you’ll only find a few other beaches like it on the Canary Islands.


Playa de las Teresitas

Stretch out below the swaying palm trees at Playa de Las Teresitas. This coastline is widely regarded as one of the best beaches in Tenerife; it boasts unspoiled scenery. Plus, it’s the ideal place to chill out…


Playa de Papagayo

Holidaymakers will find Playa de Papagayo nestled in a collection of beaches at the southernmost tip of Lanzarote. Sheltered by cliffs, this shell-shaped stretch of sand is naturally beautiful, making it a popular location to sunbathe.


Playa Mujeres

Playa Mujeres is the largest of the Papagayo beaches, but that doesn’t mean it’s jam-packed with people. The area is almost entirely free of shops, restaurants and bars, making it the perfect place to go if you want to get away from bustling crowds!



Sotavento is made up of five smaller beaches: La Barca, Risco del Paso, Mirador, Los Canarios and Malnombre. At low tide, these stretches of sand reach out even further into the sea, creating idyllic, shallow lagoons.