I don’t know about you, but one of the things I most enjoy on holiday is experiencing the local culture, people, and the food and wine (of course!).
One day searching the library for books on the history of the Canary Islands I stumble upon a couple of thick books with the title written in gold on the dark green backs that immediately draws my attention; “Tenerife and its six satellites”.
If you like breathtaking scenery and thrilling experiences, don't miss out on the lookout point called Abrante in La Gomera.
Galdar municipality in north west Gran Canaria is famous for its exceptional aboriginal archaeology sites, Galdar Old Town, and superb cheese.
Driving through Las Playitas Fuerteventura you would think it is a small quiet village with not much to offer, well you are correct in a way, it is sleepily but it has so much more to offer.
Spain is not famous for being the most vegetarian-friendly country in the world, but there are exceptions, and this is a very particular one, since it is the first vegetarian restaurant in the island of La Gomera and one of the first ones in the Canary Islands!
While Maspalomas is famous for its golden sand dunes and palm-lined oasis, there is a hidden garden right in the middle of the resort that gives off much more tropical vibes.
Fuerteventura Salt Museum and the little hidden beach!
Lanzarote is a great choice for a holiday, whether you’re travelling with family, your partner or alone.