Flights to the Canary Islands
With its metre-high fine sandy dunes at Corralejo in the north or kilometre-long sandy beaches in the south, both bathers and water sports enthusiasts will find Fuerteventura to be their holiday paradise. This isle is one of the Canary Islands and is located in the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 120 kilometres off the western coast of Morocco. Thanks to its closeness to the continent of Africa the island is blessed with a mild climate offering over 300 days of sunshine per year. Long beaches and dreamy bays make the perfect location for soaking up the sun, no matter whether you are looking for absolute tranquillity or lively action on the beach. The canary island’s capital is Puerto del Rosario on the eastern coast, where Fuerteventura’s international airport is also located.
Two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a national park and over 40 nature reserves are just some of the treasures that Tenerife has to offer visitors. The largest of the Canary Islands is located about 250 kilometres off the coast of Morocco, although it belongs to Spain, whose southern coast is a good 1,300 kilometres away. With over 900,000 inhabitants, Tenerife is Spain’s most populated island and is also classified as a volcanic island. The Teide National Park, the historic centres and the huge cliffs on the west coast of the island are just a few highlights ensuring fun-filled holidays. Tenerife South International Airport is located, as the name suggests, on the southern part of the island in the municipalities of San Miguel de Abona and Granadilla de Abona.