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Tenerife is the biggest of the Canary Islands and one of the places in this world with the greatest contrast in amazing sceneries. So visitors of the island can find desert landscapes, subtropical forests, historic cities and picturesque villages, idyllic beaches of black or yellow sand, all crowned by the volcano Teide, which is considered to be the highest mountain of Spain.

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La Gomera is the second smallest island of the archipelago, counting with 16 protected natural areas, where a wide number of endemic species of flora and fauna and a breathtaking vegetation exist. With its rocky landscape and imposant deep cliffs

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Lanzarote is one of the most visited islands of the archipelago and the most eastern one of the Canary Islands. With more than 100 volcanoes, Lanzarote is also known as the “island of volcanoes”, with an extraordinary mild and constant weather of an average annual temperature of 22 degrees.

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Fuerteventura is considered to be the oldest of the Canarian Islands and the closest island to the African coast. With 150 km of beaches, Fuerteventura invites to relax and swim in the crystal clear water.

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Gran Canaria is an island of an incredible variety of landscapes and microclimates, which is the reason why it can also be described as a “miniature continent”, where visitors can enjoy every type of beaches and natural pools, high mountains, forests, trails and routes.

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El Hierro is one of the "Biosphere Reserves" of Europe and the island with most volcanoes of the Canary Islands. With its picturesque beaches and turquoise water, El Hierro is the perfect place for water sports and a special paradise for those who love diving.

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La Palma, also called "Isla Bonita", is an absolutely green island with a beautiful scenery and an intact vegetation, that dates from the times of the dinosaurs, all under one of the clearest skies of the northern hemisphere, which invites for stargazing.

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