With more than three thousand hours of sunshine per year, this is the place in Europe with the most hours of sunlight each year.
The islands making up the Canary Islands are part of Spain, and therefore part of the European Community, despite being located in what is commonly called the outermost part of Europe. These islands are located in the Atlantic Ocean at the latitude of southern Morocco and the northern Sahara, and are islands of volcanic origin.
The climate is subtropical, but varies with latitude, depending on the different diverse landscapes on each island. In the Canary Islands there are four national parks. Some have been designated as biosphere reserves by UNESCO, and others as World Heritage Sites.
The Canary Islands is one of the autonomous communities that welcomes the most foreign tourists during the year thanks to its mild temperatures, beautiful beaches, and many more attractions.
Each beach offers different things… they never disappoint. Come and visit the Canary Islands beaches!