The seven islands that form the Canarian archipelago are located about 1,000 km south of the Iberian Peninsula and only 115 km off the African coast.
The eternal spring-like climate that provides good beach weather in all the seasons of the year without suffering extreme heat, also shapes the friendly, relaxed character of its inhabitants. The pleasant climate is long time the most famous quality of the Canary Islands. The attraction that the Canaries hold for those who visit the islands, and who in 50% of cases repeat, has much more to do with their extraordinary climate, but also with its more than 1,500 kilometres of coastline, with their magnificent beaches and an outstanding sports and water activities offer; its exotic subtropical nature is full of such a great variety of volcanoes, forests and spectacular landscapes, it is hard to imagine all this in such a small space; its people, traditions and cuisine, heirs of a culture in which Europe, America and Africa meet. To all this we must add the advantage of its accessibility – just a few hours away from the most important European cities – and its complete tourist infrastructure, an example of quality for many places across the World.