“Good facilities in a beautiful location directly on a slope with a sea view,” wrote one customer about this cosy holiday home on Tenerife.1/9The best on the Canary Island
Canary Island | Here we'll show you the accommodation on the Canary Island, which has received the best reviews from our customers.
Per week from GBP 276show 120 offers
An atraveo customer wrote: "If one is seeking a carefree vacation then this is the exactly right place."
2/9Cool off in the pool
Canaries | Here the swimming pool is a permanent fixture throughout the year as the Canary Islands are particularly known for their constant and pleasant temperatures.
Per week from GBP 520show 238 offers
View of the little village of Espinaredo, where you will find a cosy holiday home for up to six people.3/9Green mountains
Picos de Europa | The Picos de Europa mountains rise up in the north of Spain. 200 peaks soar to a height of over 2,000 metres here. Idyllic villages wait to be discovered in the valleys that lie between them.
Per week from GBP 294show 25 offers
Holiday apartment for 4 people at the Costa del Sol.4/9Vacation with sea view
Spain‘s coast | Gaze across the sea, watch the sun disappear in the water and enjoy a glass of wine at the Mediterranean Sea: This is possible in one of these holiday apartments.
Per week from GBP 415show 19 offers
5/9Vacation with your dog
Spain | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from GBP 393show 2,561 offers
Large finca for 20 people with infinity pool in Majorca’s interior.6/9XXL Balearic Islands
Balearic Islands | You can take your friends along to these holiday homes. A minimum of four bedrooms promise enough space for all fellow travellers and the property’s own pool completes the range of holiday delights.
Per week from GBP 634show 838 offers
Holiday villa for six people at the Costa del Sol with own billiard table and with view of the Mediterranean Sea.7/9Different type of pool
Spain | Do you like special features as much as we do? An own billiard table would be such a one. In these holiday houses you can play a game of billiard whilst on vacation.
Per week from GBP 537show 22 offers
Holiday park located near the beach on the Costa Blanca.8/9Take a carefree holiday
Spain | Everyone can enjoy a holiday here to the fullest. Parents can relax while the little ones will find dozens of entertainment options.
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Holiday home vacation in the eternal spring of the Canary Islands
atraveo offers more than 2,300 holiday apartments and houses on the Canary Islands. The offer range is quite diverse comprising of small apartments, cosy holiday houses and luxuriously furnished fincas in idyllic location with an own swimming pool. Next to beautiful beaches, pretty towns and unique landscape of the islands the balanced climate throughout the year is a further plus point for a holiday home vacation on the Canaries. Due to its distant location far away from the Spanish mainland in front of Morocco’s coast and close proximity to the equator as well as balanced climatic influence of the Atlantic ensure the summers are mostly never too hot whilst the winters are predominantly mild. Even the pleasant average temperatures of around 20 degrees in December and January enable you to escape the cold and damp weather and enjoy the Spanish sun shining down on you. Which island is your favourite one for the next vacation? Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Palma, El Hierro and La Gomera have a lot more to offer than just good weather.
Tenerife is the largest Canary island. Several picturesque towns along the coast and in the heartland are worth a visit and around the entire island you can find lovely beaches for a splendid day. Formative for this island is the steep Mount Teide in the heartland of the island which is highest mountain in Spain. The Teide and other mountains such as the Anaga or Teno mountain range are proof of the volcanic origin of Tenerife and create a unique landscape which one should not miss out on discovering.
Gran Canaria is situated east of Tenerife and is known for its circular form. Here there is also high volcanic massive in the inland of the island that has created an impressive natural spectacles such as the Roque Nublo or Badama Crater and splendid panoramic views. Around the island there are a number of lovely beaches on Gran Canaria where you can laze or go for a swim in the deep blue ocean. Along the south coast in places such as Maspalomas und Playa del Inglés there is quite a lively nightlife. On the northern part of the island it is far more tranquil – here those seeking relaxation and recuperation will be happy.
Lanzarote is the most north eastern Canary Island. The dark lava ash which characterises this island is the clearest example of the volcanic origin of the Canary Island. Timanfaya National Park is a volcanic area created by a major eruption in 1730 with the landscape resembling the moon. Here you can see many volcanoes and craters which will give you the opportunity to explore the issue of volcanism on several discovery tours. The barren island completely covered in volcanic has its own specific charms which are worth exploring. Whilst the north is quieter the south around the capital Arrecife and other towns have a range of recreational facilities and many beautiful beaches.
Fuerteventura is situated just a few kilometres south off Lanzarote and is known as a Mecca for wind and kite surfers. Particularly along the east coast there are a lot of beautiful beaches which are some of the best on the Canaries and offers both bathing guests and water sport fans a range of possibilities. At Corralejo in addition to this the wide dune landscape and many idyllic villages and towns enchant and the main town Puerto del Rosario is also worth visit. Beyond this Fuerteventura is the largest cultivable area for aloe vera and on a guided tour you can learn something about the secrets of this plant – including a sample of the plant on your skin.
La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro
... are situated in westerly direction of the Canary archipelago. La Palma is nearly as big as Lanzarote. La Gomera and El Hierro are the smallest islands of the Canaries. Their seclusion doesn’t make them less enticing in respect to their landscape. Here there are many lovely beaches and a number of interesting places where one can linger and unwind in one of the many cafés or tapas bars. Else those who are seeking peace and relaxation as well as looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the larger islands will particularly appreciate these islands. There is also a vibrant nightlife on the western islands of the archipelago though clearly quieter and more authentic.
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