Canary Islands Fly-Cruises
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Reasons to visit the Canaries on a fly-cruise holiday
Maximise your time in the sun
Overnight call in Tenerife
You can get under the skin of each spot and see how they change from day to dusk. Perhaps you’ll sample the local nightlife or join a stargazing experience.
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Destinations available on Canary Islands fly-cruise holidays
Known as ‘The Garden Isle’ for its dramatic natural beauty, Madeira is also a marine paradise, inviting you to explore. On selected cruises there’s an overnight in port, so you have longer to enjoy the delights of Madeira, letting you get off the beaten track to uncover even more of the island’s secrets.
La Palma, Canary Islands
Step onto ‘The Fair Isle’ of La Palma and you’re standing in a UNESCO World Heritage Biosphere Reserve. You’re surrounded by possibilities, and a late departure on selected cruises opens up even more choices. Let us take you into the green heart of the island to an enchanted forest or up into the hills to a volcanic crater, Caldera de Taburiente, with its magical colourful waterfall.
Gran Canaria, Canary Islands
Wine, cheese, bread… on the long list of Europe’s homegrown culinary treasures, coffee isn’t typically one of the first things that comes to mind. But in a lush valley on the north western side of Gran Canaria you’ll find Finca Los Castaños, the only place in Europe where coffee continues to be cultivated traditionally.
Tenerife, Canary Islands
The largest of the Canary Islands is also the most visited, thanks to its enviable climate and varied breathtaking scenery. Beyond the beautiful beaches, lush forests rub shoulders with rolling valleys, while impressive Mount Teide overlooks an eerie volcanic ‘moonscape’.
Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
The second largest of the Canary Islands boasting 3,000 hours of sunshine every year and some of the best white-sand beaches in the archipelago. But venture inland and there is far more to Fuerteventura than sun and sand. The ancient capital, Betancuria, has cobbled streets, charming locals and picturesque collection of craft shops and cafés.
Lanzarote, Canary Islands
The spectacular landscape was created nearly 300 years ago – relatively recently in the world of geothermal activity – when more than 100 volcanoes erupted, gushing billions of cubic metres of lava onto the surrounding countryside and villages. The island’s dry climate has more or less preserved the landscape, and today, the park is open to visitors who want to witness its incredible geothermal powers.
Frequently asked questions about Canary Islands Fly-Cruises
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