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With dramatic scenery and a sunny climate, it’s no wonder the Canary Islands are a popular travel destination all year round. If you're looking for a great deal on Canary Islands hotels, rest assured that you've come to the right place. Just a simple search on Hotels.com and you'll discover hundreds of great Canary Island hotels. Let us help take your first step towards creating a memorable holiday. Whether you're planning a family break, a getaway for two, or a fun filled trip with friends, it's easy to seek out the right accommodation in the Canary Islands with Hotels.com. Simply search for your destination and narrow down your choice of Canary Islands hotels by filtering using holiday themes and famous landmarks. Don't quite know what you're looking for yet? That's OK. At Hotels.com we really get to know a destination so we can help you to make the best possible choice.

The Canary Islands in a nutshell

Wow! It's pretty tough to sum up everything on offer during a stay in the Canary Islands but we'll try. This collection of sunny Spanish islands includes Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Tenerife, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera, and El Hierro. Each have their own distinct vibe and surprisingly different landscapes, but all are fantastic sun, sea and sand destinations that provide many great Canary Islands hotels to choose from. The more bustling towns with popular nightlife are to be found on Tenerife and Gran Canaria. Although it has a more arid landscape, Lanzarote also benefits from being far less developed than some of the other islands. Fuerteventura is somewhat of a beach paradise with its sandy dunes and water sports. La Palma, also known as 'La Isla Bonita' is, as its nickname suggests, perhaps the prettiest of them all. If it's wilderness you seek, then the rainforests and hills of La Gomera will not disappoint. Head off the beaten track to check out the charms of El Hierro which was once thought to be on the edge of the world!

Our tips on how to soak up the local atmosphere in the Canary Islands

The name Canary Islands can be considered a little misleading. It has nothing to do with little yellow birds and in fact comes from the Latin word for dog: 'canaria'. You'll find food and wine is a hugely important part of Canarian culture. The cuisine is unsurprisingly dominated by the sea, with roasted fish an ever-present feature on the menu. At some point you are likely to sample gofio, which is a sweet, corn-based flour and often used to make dough. With a population of two million people and a healthy tourist scene, you will find a good selection of airports and ports to help you arrive at your chosen destination with ease. Although the language is very similar to that spoken in northern Spain, it also has influences from the Caribbean and South American settlers who came to the islands centuries ago. Take to the water for a diving trip in the Canary Islands and you might be lucky enough to see the Loggerhead turtle, an endangered species. If you're feeling inspired to see this all for yourself, then search Canary Islands hotels with Hotels.com.

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