The Canaries have a split personality. At one extreme you could bake yourself on a beach for two weeks, eat English food and restrict your sightseeing to discos and waterparks, while at the other you could go truly wild, whale watching, climbing volcanoes, learning to scuba-dive and hiking through ancient forests. Threes a huge range of things to see and do in the archipelago, but the three characteristics that all four major islands share in abundance are sun, sand and sea. Quite simply, there is nowhere better in Europe to plan a winter beach escape with the kids.

This is edited copy from Europe with Kids by William Gray.


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