2 Best Places to Stay in the Canary Islands

If I was to name one place with the best resorts and hotel residencies, it has to be the Canary Islands. But it is not just one island, it is a group of Island and that means you need to the specific islands when talking about it. The Canary Islands come under the territorial region of Spain. The Islands are beautiful for not just their beaches but many more things that make the place an absolute eye candy.

For a start, the highest mountain in Spain lies in these Islands. A completely mesmerizing array of pine forests along with those terrain makes for a really captivating locale. The region has many blackish volcanic rocks and a few beaches with astounding black sand. With a place amongst the top hotspots for watching whales and a heavenly setting for surfing, these Islands are something that tourists usually crave for in a place they would like to visit. As tourism flourished, it paved way for the creation of a string of gorgeous resorts for tourists.

There are 2 Islands that offer better resources for tourists to stay. To book hotels in these two Islands is comparatively costlier than rest but there’s a crack to make it affordable. You can avail some amazing offers by using Dream Place Hotels Voucher Codes and Bahia Principe Voucher Codes for your convenience.

Tenerife

tenerife_If you talk about Tenerife, it belongs to a class of places that is no less than the likes of Malibu, Java and Hawai. Unfortunately, the latter places are immensely popular and well known than Tenerife. The place is known to have few of the best resorts in the world. The most striking place of this island has to be the volcanic peak of Mount Teide. For the aid of visitors, there is an option of cable car available to reach the spot. Although there are many who love to reach the spot by foot.

LanzaroteBeyond the volcanic mountain, you get to a luciferous view of thick pine forests with melancholic hums of wildlife entering your ears from the onset. Moving ahead would lead the way to the coastal beaches with unique black coloured sand, thanks to the volcanic divulge. Mount Teide has a very ubiquitous formation of rocks and barely balanced stacks of black stones due to the same reason. Apart from those rocks, R+Teide also possess few natural rockpools which tempt you to keep yourself soaked in water all day long. You can witness two of the most well-curated ancient towns of human habitation in La Laguna and La Orotava. The houses of this place are usually painted with very bright and vibrant colours. Special mention must be given to the unique balconies of their houses which are carved with wooden decks. Tenerife has a channel to La Gomera which is a very popular hub for whale watching. There are special boats that you can board to get a glimpse of the gigantic mammals. Many different species of Whales are seen roaming in these waters on various occasions.

Lanzarote

tenerifeThis island shall be visited for its own unique approach towards architecture and development. Lanzarote follows certain systematic manners which are applied uniformly throughout the entire island with no repercussions. For instance, you will not find a single billboard or hoarding for advertisement on this island, any infrastructure or construction is not allowed to rise beyond a specific height.

2The city has a very artistic touch to it with extensive use of sculptures on the roundabout circles. One place that you must not miss is the natural caves of Jameos del Agua which have been specially sculpted by a famous architect. The hotels over here are also maintained under the same nature-friendly way that makes for a very memorable experience. You should also check out the popular wine prepared here with the help of volcanic soil.

 

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