Canary Islands Cruises
The Canary Islands are an archipelago consisting of seven islands of volcanic origin in the Atlantic Ocean. They are located off the north-western coast of Africa Morocco and the Western Sahara.
The Canaries stretch across 300 miles of the Atlantic to within 60 miles of the West Coast of Africa.
Due to the Canary Islands popularity with many cruise travellers, the region is well served by some of the worlds finest cruise lines, so finding the perfect Canary Islands Cruises will not be an issue!
A Canary Islands cruise holiday features the snow-capped mountains and beautiful beaches of Tenerife, the quaint whitewashed houses and the majestic Timanfaya National Park of Lanzarote, and the cosmopolitan capital and attractive old town of Gran Canaria's Las Palmas.
Canary Island Cruises stop over include the Portuguese island of Madeira, city of Lisbon, and the Spanish regions of Palma, Malaga and Seville.
The Canary Islands are one of the most popular cruise destinations in the world for British tourists, with resorts such as Playa del Ingles and Maspalomas attracting huge numbers of package holidaymakers every year. The "Fortunate Isles" boast all year-round sun, glorious beaches, spectacular scenery and some of the most vibrant resorts anywhere in Europe.
But by far the best way to see the Canary Islands, particularly those parts of the beaten track, is by cruise ship.
The port of Santa Cruz on Tenerife is a common stop on cruises of the Canary Islands, with its colourful markets, many museums and lush landscapes providing a welcome break from the sun-baked, bustling atmosphere of more famous cities.
The ideal holiday... 'Warm sunshine, white sandy beaches, blue skies and oceans, the Canaries have it all...