CANARY ISLANDS; is an spanish archipelago in the Atlantic ocean to 1400 km from european continent, consist of 7 main islands: El Hierro, La Gomera, La Palma, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote. A group of volcanic islands (volcano Teide 3718 m), with an almost tropical temperatures and variety of landscapes, vegetation and average climate that make them unique. To do and to see on the Islands…? EL HIERRO ; the westernmost island and the smallest, magnificient deep sea and diving centers.LA PALMA ; It Biosphere Reserve, visit the Nacional Park Caldera de Taburientes, astronomical observatory “Roque de los Muchachos”.LA GOMERA ; geologically the oldest of the archipelago, visit Garajonay National Park, (heritage of world UNESCO, 1986), was the last island to play Cristobal Colombus before departing to the “new world”. TENERIFE ; the largest and most populated island of the Canary Islands, known as the “Island of Eternal Spring” for its mild climate and pleasant; beaches of black volcanic sand; (Teide volcano –Natural Park). The Carnival time in Tenerife (february) is considered the 2on largest in the world after Rio de Janeiro.GRAN CANARIA; one-third of the island is considered Biosphere Reserve, beaches of fine golden sand. Places to visit: Mas Palomas, Playa del Ingles, Las canteras…its variety of scenery Gran Canaria is known as “a continent in miniature”.FUERTEVENTURA; in 1999 was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and is a must visit the following places: Puerto del Rosario, Corralejo, Gran Tarajal, Morro Jable and Jandia. Magnificient Natural Park “ The Dunes of Corralejo”. LANZAROTE ; The easternmost island’s oldest from Atlantic ocean; capital: Arrecife. What to see..? Timanfaya National Park. In 1993 was declared too a Biosphere Reserve. The main economic activity is touris
Balearic Islands; 300 Km from Barcelona in our Mare Nostrum are right in the Balearic Islands: Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera, Cabrera, Dragonera and Conejera.; with an extensive tourist tradition, wonderful warm mediterranean climate, beaches and coves incredible, diverse range of Hotels and resorts, gastronomy of the islands.MALLORCA; is the largest island and must visit: Palma de Mallorca (the capital), Port Andratx, Alcudia and his bay, Pollença, Llucmajor, Ses Salines and Manacor. MENORCA is the second largest island, with beaches, coves and crystalline waters, with less tourism than Mallorca, it is necessary to go: Sant Lluis, Maó, Alaior, Ciutadella, Es Mercadal, Ferreries and Toro Mountain. IBIZA is the third largest island, big mountains around the north side with magnificient cliffs and coves, clear waters and lots of nature for discover. Island famouse for its discoteques and nightlife and the “hippie” phenomenon arrived to the island in the 60’s. Places that you must visit in Ibiza: City of Ibiza, Santa Eulalia del Rio, Cala Llonga, Portinax, Sant Antoni, Cala Bassa, Sa Caleta and Sant Joan de Labritja. FORMENTERA ; The island with fewer tourists in the Balearic Islands with more lush and deserted beaches. Calm and quiet, long walks, swimming in secluded coves with crystalline waters, idyllic sunsets. What to see and do in Formentera: San Francisco, San Ferran, Calo de Sant Agusti, Es Poblet el Torrent, Pilar de la Mola, La Savina, Mar y Land. The Island of CABRERA is now a Nature Reserve. CONEJERA and DRAGONERA are inhabited small islands but you can be visited during the day.